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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Inn: 5,
NUMBER 151.
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"WHITE   ROCK,"  THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY .MORNING, JULY 27, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICI        VE  CENTS.
[rced woman
KIDNAPS HER CHILD
to California Divorce
laded    on   Interurban
feet Car.
lesorting to kidnaping on Mon-
|rs. James Da Costa, an Italian
' recovered possession of ber
live-year-old daughter, from
she bad  been  separated ever
W]ie   ;,nd   her   bUSband   slopped
" together    In    San    Francisco,
i years ago. Da Oosta and the
bad heen living In Vancouver
they left San Francisco and had
ri���-]��� of Mrs. Da Costa, who in
eiiiiiinie had obtained a divorce,
���ice also giving to ner the eus-
fcf the child.
Da Costa came to Vancouver,
out where the child and her
\r husband were living, and al a
Ible moment seized the little girl
I,,!, lied   onto  a   street  car   with
oilier of the husband gave chase
lound that Mrs. Da Costa had
ii New Westminster car. He
c railed a taxlcab and, over-
k the New Westminster car at
Jvlew, he endeavored to persuade
fca Costa to part with the Utile
He even attempted to use force,
is. Da Costa wont into hysterics
Conductor Carter Interfered,
���g ihat the police would look af-
V matter on their arrival in New
Spinster,
policeman was seen at the depot.
Mrs. I>a Costa, the brother-in-law
ti.e little girl all went up to in-
pw Chief Bradshaw.   At the position the woman produced  pa-
|which  clearly showed  her right
���   possession   of   the  youngster
hief Bradshaw said he could not
���ere  with   her.    He  warned  the
Ter-ln-law that he had better not
|.i Mrs. Da Costa and that settled
(natter,
had evidently been Mrs. Da Cos-
Intentlon to go south from New
minster, but on finding that the
vas on her side, and that she had
ling to fear from remaining here,
Bedded to go back to Vancouver.
|v.ill probably go to San Francisco
few days.
INTENANCE-OF-WAY MEN
ARE WILLING TO ARBITRATE
(Ikesharre, Pa., July 26.���In order
ntect Its property and insure the
Jty of its passenger trains during
(strike of the trackmen, the Dela-
& Hudson company has lncreas-
|t- !iuce on the Pennsylvania dlvl-
A.   li.   I.owe,  the  president  of
International     Brotherhood     of
tenance-of-Way   Employees,   says
j strikers are still  willing to sub-
[ their grievances to arbitration.
ISPECTORS MAY HAVE
IET DEATH IN MOUNTAINS
Blakes Missing in Pitt Mountains
���Borrowed Boat Found In
Thi�� City. ,    cf
ystcr  surrounds  the  fate  of  the
men. George  Blake, senior,  and
son George, who went up Into the
mountarns prospecting about nlae
'k* ago  and  have  not  been  seen
heard of since.    They borrowed a
t fism a man named John Scott,
I'itt   Meadows,  and   the  strangest
.  of the affair  ls  that  the  same
t has been found in this city, tied
at th . f(K)t of Mclnnes street.
;"  one  knows  who left  the  boat
re, but It would seem that if any-
ad found it floating ln the river
would  have notified the police.
if. fact that they did not would lead
'he suspicion of foul play, but the
1 being tied up at one of the bus-
i wharves of the city discounts that
elusion, for if any person or per-
8 had disposed of the two Blakes
S extremely likely that they would
fe left the boat In some more se-
ded spot.
Mulligan, who lives at Coquitlam.
1(1 Is a relative of tho Blakes, was
'lie city yesterday consulting with
provincial police. tie did not
ak that his two relatives had met
Ih any violence, but ho thought that
b��at might have capsized on Pitt
iind inter been picked up by a
ping fisherman on the Fraser.
���ue men had but little provision
- them and If they nre not camped
Indians, which is extremely un-
���'���'>���. for there are very few natives
11,11 <>f the lake. It is probable that
e> win never be seen alive again.
HEARTY RECEPTION.
Wilfrid Laurier Fittingly  Greeted
L in Prince Albert.
EerAIbert'  s,,8k- Ju'y  26.���Sir
'    "  LftuI"lor  was  given  a  hearty
'llfrM   P   loe met the t���tn and Sir
'no, TLas ?rlven ll�� an automobile
a'crtn M    ^^ Wht��h W8B BRlly deC-
drei. V        nor'   The Premier will
Wm a meeting here tomorrow.
STRIKERS HAVE
PLENTY Of WORK
RffiflS ALARM
Hardly Enough Men Idle to
Do Picket Duty Around
Schaake Machine Shops.
The striking machinists of this city
are jusi   about  as confident that they
will eventually win their poinl In the
present contest as the employers are
thai the men will have to return to
work <m the old terms, or other terms
to be dictated by the Dosses,
In conversation with The News yesterday, the accredited representative
of the Btrlkers said that things had
nol changed very much during the
pasl few days. The. majority of the
men who had walked oul from
Schaake's .Machine shop showed no
inclination to go back to work until
the strike was settled, and the few
who were wavering were being
steadied by their more resolute fellow
strikers. Thy local union was well
supplied with money and able to give
financial assistance to anyone requiring it.
"But our boys are not wanting
strike pay." commented the machinist; "because most of them are working all the time. In fact, It ls all we
can do to get enough men to do
picket duty. Many of the boys have
got jobs running gasoline launches on
the river,���they can earn about
ninety dollars a montli at this���and
they are not. worrying ahout their
next meal ticket.
"The bosses are expecting the men
to go back to work, but they will have
to wait a long time. This strike was
no snap affair; the trouble has been,
brewing over three years and now
that it. has come to a head the boys
are going to see lt through and win."
The other side of the struggle was
told The News by H. Schaake, manager of the machine works.
"We have not yet secured all the
men we want to operate our shop,
but we will have a number of men
out from the east ln a short time and
then we will be in shape to tackle
anything. We have been able to hire
a few machinists since the strike
started, but unfortunately the strikers
have so pestered these men that they
have refused to continue working. We
expect the next men we get will have
more sand and will decline to be
frightened out of their jobs by the
remarks of tlie strikers.
��� "In about two weeffs we expect to
be running at full capacity. Tlie
strike is practically broken ln Seattle. Los Angeles and Portland, and
It is only a matter of time until the
men have to give in here. When they
come back to ask for their jobs they
will find us running an open shop. We
are tired of having trouble with the
unions and the only way to avoid
future trouble is to run open shops.
"Tlie wages in the west are about
forty per cent higher than in the east.
When the eastern machinists find they
can get steady jobs here at more money than they can possibly hope to
ever earn ln the east, they will
not be slow In coming. And once
they start, the locals will follow. They
can all come back if they wish, but
they must come back as individuals."
The striking machinists declare
they have no personal feelings against
Mr. Schaake, who hns always treated
them fairly, but they state the strike
here was necessary in order to bring
about the improved conditions they
have been seeking for several years.
GIGANTIC   STEEL   MERGER.
Union Now Proposed of All Steel
Companies of Dominion.
Hamilton, July 26.���It was stated
here yesterday by a man closely identified with the recently organized
Steel Corporation of Canada, which is
capitalized at 126,000,000, that a movement Is on foot for a merger of all
steel companies In Canada Into one
gigantic company.
He refused to give any particulars
of what was going on, but said the
new concern would likely take the
name of the Dominion Steel corporation, and would Include the Steel Corporation of Canada, the Ciergue Mills
at Sault Ste. Marie, the Dominion
Steel corporation, and the Nova Scotia Steel company.
SIX HURT IN RACE RIOT.
White and Black Men Eight With
Knives in Virginia.
Bluefields, Va., July 26.���A riot occurred at Ashland, West Virginia, on
the Norfolk & Western railroad, in
which six persons were injured, two
perhaps fatally. Negroes, lt is stated.
Invaded the quarters of white men
at a coal operation. A fight followed
and soon became general. Twenty-
flve men took part In thc riot.
Two white men were stabbed and
two negroes received probably fatal
injuries.
DISASTROUS FIRE IN
SASKATCHEWAN TOWN
Herbert, Sask., July 2G.-Last night
a disastrous fire swept over the eastern portion of Morse, Sask.. total >
destroying the Hotel Elkhorn, the
Steppens livery stable, the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, the ImperidI lumber offlce. and a barber shop and two
restaurants. .���. .nn ���_
The loss la estimated at $30,000, partially covered by insurance.
ISLAND OF CUBA
Serious Outbreak in Province
COUNT DE LESSEPS     [STRIKE SETTLEMENT
SURPRISES MONTREAL   IS NOT YET IN SIGHT
Spectacular Flight of Daring
QUAKES SI! <E
ISI i ID OF YEZO
of  Santiago-No  Reason'    Aviator Was Finest  Yet
Given For Trouble.
Seen in Canada.
Havana, July 26.���The government
is much alarmed over the Insurrection
al El Caney, province of Santiago. Following a midnight council at the palace, troops were today rushed to thu
affected district, The Insurgents
are reported as retiring, pursued by
troops  already   In   Hie  province,
The Insurrection is said to lie of a
serious character, Lasl night the govern ment learned that General Minlet
and Colonel Jane, revolutionary veterans, had taken to the woods at the
head of a small army of negro followers.
Miniet is a man of Influence, and it
was feared many malcontents will
rally around bis standard. The council of war was hastily called at the
palace. It was determined to rush
troops to KI Caney. Early this morning trains carrying 1,300 troops, infantry and cavalry, left Camp Columbia
under command of General Montea-
gudo, of the rural guard.
As strong military forces are already
stationed in the province of Santiago
the despatch of additional troops indicates that the government considers
the situation grave.
During the forenoon word was received at the capital that the troops
already at El Caney had started in
pursuit of the Insurgents, who were
said to be retreating through the difficult hill country. The police at Santiago have seized a quantity of arms
at thc headquarters of the Veterans'
club, of which Colonel Jane is the
president.
The Immediate cause of the uprising is not known here, but for sev-
eral days rumors have been circulated
through the province of Santiago of
impending trouble. The rumors were
declared hy officials of the government to be without foundation.
Montreal, July 26.���Count De Lesseps gave Montreal a surprise today
by making what he termed the finest
lliglil since his arrival In Canada. The
count was to have made a llight yesterday at King Edward park, ten miles
down the river, but the weather conditions were unpropitious and it was
declared off. This afternoon weather
conditions were ideal, and though it
was not generally known that Ihe
count would make an attempt, a hundred people or so went down to the
park.
The start was made nt 6:fil p. m.,
ind after cutting several circles the
count started off towards the city at
6:55 p. m. Four minutes later he
lad disappeared from sight and he
did not reappear for sixteen minutes.
He was then about 3,800 feet ln the
air.
At 7:15 p. m. he stopped his engine
and brought the flight to an end with
a circular sweep more spectacular
than any witnessed during thc meet.
The count leaves for New York In
the morning. When the count reached
Montreal  he encircled  St.  Helens is-
and, wliich lies in the St. Lawrence,
opposite the center of the city.
The distance covered was about
twenty miles, but as the flight was
circular, the actually distance travelled was probably more. He was in
the air thirty-one minutes.
GERMAN NAVAL SECRETARY
PRESENTS HIS RESIGNATION
Admiral   Von  Tirpitz Cannot  Approve
of Limitation of Naval Armaments,
So   He   Retires.
rferlin, July 26.���The sensation of
the day in Germany is the anounce
ment of the approaching retirement
of Admiral Von Tirpitz, secretary of
state for tlie German navy.
During the kaiser's visit at Kiel,
Admiral Von Tirpitz presented his
resignation, but the kaiser induced
him to reconsider his action. Von Tlr-
pitz's resignation ls not due to the
fact that he is tired of office, but the
direct causes are recent speeches ln
the British house of commons, especially that of Premier Asquith. The
speeches had the effect of calling
forth ln Germany a current of public
opinion favorable to the Idea of the
limitation of naval armaments. Von
Tirpitz, however, is unable to in any
way approve of this idea, and deems
it incompatible with his duty to continue in offlce if such ideas prevail.
Railway Officials Sanguine
of Victory; Men Hopeful
���Scattered Disturbances.
Tennis at Columbia College.
On the Columbian college tennis
courts yesterday evening four rep-
sentatives of the Lawn Tennis club,
Tuck, Starr, Beatty and Diamond, defeated four of the college players in
a series of doubles. The return
match will be played on the courts of
the Westminster club at the end of
this month.
Montreal, July lit;.���With the hope
of a settlement lost to sight for tlie
first time since the strike started
both sides in tho Grand Trunk striku
(Maim that yesterday's developments
mean ultimate victory.
The railway officials were jubilant
last evening.
"We announced this morning just
what wo Intended doing today," the
official statement declares, "and we
ure pleased to be able to say that
we did a great deal more. On the
eastern division It was stated that
four freights would he operated. The
record up to nine o'clock ls twenty-
three, and more are getting out. He-
ports from other divisions are of a
like tenor. All we want Is protection for the men willing to work and
we will do the rest.
"The statements of the company regarding the operation of freight trains
are very much exaggerated," stated
Mr. Murdock, vice president of the
trainmen, "lt Is true they are running a few freights but they do not
amount to two per cent of the normal
business of the line. The freights
are merely making a pretence of running over the road, doing about a
quarter of their usual business.
"No word has been received from
tlie minister of labor today, and he
seems to have decided that nothing
further can be done with regard to
arbitration as a result of Mr. Hays'
last message to him.'
Volcanic Ei $ ;ion Followed
by Upheaval of Sea ���
Thousands Flee in Terror
TRAINED NURSE LOSES
LIFE IN LAKE GHAPLEAI)
Military for Brockville.
Ottawa, July 20.���Colonel Lessard,
adjutant general, this morning telegraphed General Cotton, at Toronto,
to send a detachment of tbe permanent militia to Brockville, which is
the scene of rioting on the Grand
Trunk railway.
American Assertions Astray.
The Hague, July 26���Sir William
Robson, in dealing with th# Ameti-
eam asserltion before the fisheries tribunal today, that the treaty of 1818
accorded them sovereignty tn British
territorial waters, maintained that the
historic arguments put forward by the
Americans ln support of this contention was incompatible with their claim
that the treaty accorded them International "servitude."
Will Attend Parliament Opening.
Melbourne, July 26.���The Commonwealth    cabinet,    including    Premier
Fisher, will attend the opening of the
South African parliament.
Canoe   Overturns   While   Woman    Is
Paddling With Railway Man��� Heroic Effort to Save Her Fails.
Fort William, July 26.���Just as she
was on the point of being saved after
a long struggle for her life In Lake
Chapleau, east of here, Misa Elma Edwards, a trained nurse, lost her hold
on an upturned canoe and was
drowned.
Miss Edwards was canoeing with
E. A. Allen, a railway man, and the
accident occurred when she tried to
change her seat. Although the girl
lore Allen's shirt to shreds, he managed to get her partially on top of
the canoe and started to propel it
shorewards. The girl's widowed
mother lives at Chapleau.
Ready.
Kingston, Ont., July 26.���A detachment of A battery has heen ordered
to hold Itself In readiness to proceed
to Brockville.
Train Wrecked In Quebec.
Stanford, Que., July 26.���Passenger
train No. 1, from Levis for Kichmon 1,
was wrecked near here last night by
a rail which had been placed across
the track.    No one was injured.
GREAT GUNS FOR GERMANY.
Berlin, July 26.���The Neuste Nach-
richten says Germany is preparing to
arm her future Dreadnoghts with 30-
centimeter guns which will be more
powerful and twice as long lived as
the British 13.5-inch guns. The
Krupps, the paper says, have been
studying such guns for two years.
As the paper is partly controlled by
the Krupps the story ls likely to be
authentic.
Bishop Sails Next Month.
London, July 26. ��� The Bishop of
London  sails  for  Canada on  August
12.
New Brunswick Office Opened.
London, July  26.���Lord  Strathcona
opened   the   New   Brunswick   offlce,
Southampton  street and  Strand,  yesterday afternoon.
Big Crowd Will Travel To
Victoria On Princess May
Over half a thousand Westminster
people wlll Invade Victoria for about
four hours today, making the trip to
the Capital city under the auspices
of the Citizens Excursion committee
on the C. P. R. steamer Princess May.
Kvery available ticket was sold several days ago, and any pasteboards
purchased this morning will probably
change hands at a premium.
An efTort was made some days ago
to secure a larger boat for the excursion, as a thousand or twelve hundred
passengers could easily have been
guaranteed, but the railway company
could not accommodate the members
of the committee and the Princess
May had perforce to be retained.
Music will be furnished on board
the boat by an orchestra of nine
pieces, the concerts taking place tn
the main saloon. Two Scottish pipers,
Messrs. A. Wright and W. Robertson,
have also been induced to accompany
the trippers and add to the harmoni
ous noise by compressing lung power
in their dudal sacks.
The boat is to leave the C. P. N.
wharf at seven o'clock sharp, and will
arrive ln Victoria about noon. The
Princess May leaves on the return
journey at four o'clock.
Arrangements were made a few
days ago In Victoria by George Adams
for the hire of tallyhos and other vehicles by the excursionists at something like reasonable rates. There is
no occasion for anyone to be held up
on this trip.
The members of the committee in
charge of all arrangements will be
easily Identified, as they will be tagged with real silk streamers bearing
the important word "Committee" in
capital letters. D. E. MacKenzie will
sport a marker advertising him as the
secretary.
That the crowd on the boat today
will be a select aggregation Is assured, as no tickets have been sold to
the elamjauiphrie.
Conductor Makes Apology.
Toronto, July 26.���Conductor Ger-
vais, of Montreal, who yesterday refused to give oral testimony against
Baker and White, who were charged
with causing trouble on the Grand
Trunk trains, apologized today. White
and Baker were remanded for another
week.
Tokio, July 26.���The great island
of Yezo (Hokkaido) is being shaken
by continued earthquakes and by a
tremendous eruption of Mount L'su,
lu the southern part of Ye/.o,
Bight thousand men, women and
children are fleeing Inland today to
escape the rain of boiling water and
hoi mud that is pouring from the vitals of the volcano.
The great bay of L'su, capable of
sheltering the navies of the world,
has boon made a shallow lake hy an
upheaval of the sandy bottom and tho
water in the bay is now only four
fathoms deep. Several vessels, tbe
names of which are not yet known,
foundered in tlie uplift of the floor of
the bay.
Warships have been sent to the
scene. Few details of the loss of life
are obtainable but it is believed that
many persons who lived in the villages on the mountain lost their lives.
The eruption of Mount Usu began
with a series of eartquake shocks last
Friday. The temblors Increased in
number and violence and soon the
southern portion of Hokkaido was
shaken by the great earth waves.
On Saturday Mount Usu showed
signs of unrest and smoke poured
from the crater. The shocks and volcanic disturbances soon tore rifts in
the mountain and by Sunday a score
of fissures had opened in its sides.
On Sunday afternoon a river of boiling mud welled over the brim of the
crater and ran In great streams down
the side of the volcano. The wooden
houses of the mountain villages were
engulfed in the sticky flood. Later
a great explosion rent tlie mountains
and a column of boiling water and
white hot stones and sand shot skyward.
Vessels in the bay of Usu moved
to an apparently safe distance from
i the volcano when tlie eruption began.
When the crater's head blew off, however, the bottom of the bay rose, forcing tho waters inland for a great, distance, carrying the ships far ashore
and leaving them wrecked and broken.
Later dispatches indicate that the
mountain is collapsing on all sides.
Hundreds of fissures opened in the
side walls of the volcano and the rugged steeps of the mountain began
crumbling. The belief is expressed
that the mountain will be leveled by
the eruption and the recurrent earth
shocks.
It is estimated that since the disturbance began Yezo has sustained
184 shocks. Occasional earth tremors
are still felt and lt is feared that
some of the larger cities may have
been destroyed.
Collision at Indian River.
Toronto, July 26.���Engineers Trout
and Follls, Conductor Knapp and Fireman Weir, all belonging to Toronto
Junction, were all more or less severely Injured ln a collision at Indian
River this morning. Several cars
were smashed and tbe engines badly
damaged.
Boards of Trade Complain.
Ottawa, July 26. ��� Numerous communications from boards o. trade in
different partB of the country have
been received by the minister of labor,
urging him to use every possible
means to bring about peace on the
Grand Trunk. These Include one from
Southampton, which states that the
strike has completely paralyzed business there. The communications
will be forwarded to Mr. Hays.
Must Discharge Special  Police.
Indianopolls, July 26.���The governor today received unofficial reports
that the South Bend authorities have
told the Grand Trunk officials that unless the officials of the railway discharge xl the private detectives employed as special police officers the
iocal police would withdraw their protection. The governor declared that
the South Bend officials did exactly
right in making such a declaration,
and said: "I hope that the South
Bend officials will stand by the declaration they are reported to have made."
REVOLUTIONISTS CALL
OIG STRIKE FOR FRIOAT
Seeking Strike Settlement.
Winnipeg, July 26.���A. Chartrand,
the highest offlcer ln Canada of the
Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, having sole jurisdiction ln the Dominion,
has arrived in this city from Montreal
and wlll cooperate with the Winnipeg
executive in seeking to conclude a
settlement with the Canadian Northern railway.
POWDER CARGO BURNS.
Scare in Brooklyn Navy Yard When
Ammunition   Ignites.
New York, July 26. ��� Intense excitement prevailed for a time at the
Brooklyn navy yard today, when an
ammunition lighter which was berthed
alongside the supply ship Culgoa
caught fire and was destroyed, together with her ammunition, after
being towed out ln midstream.
The Culgoa was only slightly damaged. The ammunition, which was in
the form of powder, flashed up and
burned, but, being in unsealed cari.s
did not explode.
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Censor Attempts to Prevent News of
Preparations for Outbreak  Leaking  Out  of  Spain.
Toulose, via Flguerras, July 26.���
The Spanish military censorship has
tightened around Barcelona. Martial
law practically is in force, although
tiie constitution has not been suspended as yet. News Is being sent out
by courier to the frontier and thence
transmitted Into France.
Anticipating the outbreak of a
bloody revolution, 10,000 troops and
2.000 gendarmes have taken up strategical points in Barcelona, according
to dispatches received here today. Reinforcements of veteran troops are
being held in readiness at Saragossa
and Valencia for any emergency.
Troop trains, with steam up, are on
sidings ready to speed to Barcelona
and pour thousands of soldiers Into
the city to crush out the rebellion.
Agitators have kept under cover for
fear of arrest, but placards posted
during the night appear dally on dead
walls, urging a general strike to begin Frliay.
The Spanish censorship is becoming
more strict every day and the alertness of the censors lead to the belief
in France that serious outbreaks already have occurred. It is known
that all the principal cities are strongly garrisoned and that the Spanish
officials are standing ou the edge of
a suppressed but turbulent political
volcano.
A dispatch from Madrid coming via
Hendaye says that former minister
of the Interior La Clerva has confessed that the riots in Barcelona last
year were the most serious that have
occurre.l ln Alfonso's reign. The cabinet has always denied that the disorders were of a dangerous character.
La Cierva admitted that 178 persons
were killed. Republicans say that
La Cierva's figures are short of the
facts. They point to La Cierva's
statement that out of 1.725 trials there
were only 500 acquittals. La Cierva
has conceded that of those convicted
at least half were Bhot. He also haa
admitted that 10,000 Spanish republicans were driven out of the country
��� by the authorities.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
Wednesday. JULY2?
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Classifled Advertisements
WANTED.
WANTED���GOOD DINING ROOM I
girl; also woman for upstairs work.;
A] j ly King's hotel.
REAL   ESTATE PRESS PARTY fOR  |
PEACE RIVER PICKED
WOODSTOCK    PASTOR   QUITS
UNDER    HEAVY   CLOUD
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WANTED���TWO
years   or   older,
Walsh  Sash and
HOYS,     FIFTEEN
to   learn   trade.
Door Factory.
20  acres  on   Scott
J llo per acre.
road,   close   In,   at
WANTED���MALE TEACHERS FOR
High and Common Bchools, this city.
Applications received till noon ol
August  i.   R. Lennle, Secretary,
WANTED���in inns prunes, 10 tons
l ears. BO tons apples, tor canning.
.1. Broder, Box 697, New Westminster.
Two large lots close to store and tram
J.'iuo each: one-fourth cash; balance
$iu per month.
Fruit farm In Delta. Ten acres of good
land: all cleared, with good house
and hains: 250 bearing fruit trees;
on good road. Price .3,600. Good
terms. L72-A
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT IN Accountancy wishes situation for practical experience. No salary two or
tour weeks preceding steady situation.    Address A, this ollice.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Best wages paid to right party. Apply 201 Columbia street.
Fort George Lands���20.000 acres���
being some of the hest land In Central British Columbia, which is being sold rapidly in large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars,
Personel Includes Many Prominent Writers of United
States and Canada.
.���Uev.  Warren
years   pasl   In
Baptisi  church,
! isl Friday with his fam-
understood ��iii nol  i ������
The  Sentinel   Review   tonlghl
thai   McLeod's  sudden  depar-
the direct resull of  a  rather
Woodstock, July  2
M.   McLeod,  tor two
charge of the  Flrsl
lefl the citj
lly and ii  is
i turn,
states
lure i
WANTED���BOYS
the Heaver cigar
TO     WORK
factory.
AT!
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street: 132x132 feet,
with small collage. Price $3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
WANTKD���A  GIRL  FOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply 12S Third  avenue.
N
. W.
1 4  section 8,
Tp
10-
-160 acres
of good
land
wltl
2
000,000 fee
t   of
Urn
ier.
No
timln
r
ease
$:id
per
acr<
.   t:
.000
cash.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; aboul 180
feet to another road; for $700; quarter   cash.     Hei berl   Gay,   Windsor
hotel,   after   (1   o'clock.
FOR SALE���A NEARLY NEW FIVE
room furnished cottage; half minute to car. Price $1,800; cash $600.
Address Owner. Dally News ollice.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FOR SALE���REFRIGERATOR. AP-
plj 11. Oliver, 233 Eleventh street,
city.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE���
Flisf class hoard. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitahle for two. Handy to
husiness section. Apply 120 Tenth
street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
he sold by fust of August. 10 acres,
all In Oats. Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. Nice Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery go with this place; and thc
Furniture of the house. Right m
town, where you have both the tram
and Cieat Northern service daily.
Ilete is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home at a small
price, and easy terms. Call tind see
its about this.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM.
Agnes street.
204
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply SIR, Milton street.
TO  RENT.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished. Near Daily News.
Apply 609 Victoria street.
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in the K. P. hlock; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc.. etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Pec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, Citv.
LOST.
LOST���CHILD'S SILK COAT BE-
tween K. of P. Hall and Third av-
enue and Ninth street. Finder
please return to 235 Ninth street.
LOST���THREE MONTHS OLD PUP;
collie. Please return to 714 Royal
avenue.
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
menta in green case.   Finder please '
communicate  with Hope &  Barker, !
Trapp block.
LOST ���IN OR NEAR MARKET, Aj
pocketbook containing bank book I
and sum of money. Reward if re-1
tinned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News ofllce.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
PHONE QUICK IF YOU WANT THIS
���260 acres in famous Whonnock
district���46 acres waterfront, and
155 acres dyked land all cleared and
ready for the plow; balance bush.
Only $125 per acre, at regular snap
terms of one-quarter cash and balance over 5 years at 6 per cent.
NICE OUT OF TOWN HOMESTEAD
���Only three miles from town, close
io I . C. Electric railway; nine acres,
comfortable little house, and small
orchard.   Prettily located; just right J well Publishing Co.
Edmonton, July 2';.���Tlie strangest
press excursion ever taken In Canada
statts from Edmonton on the morning
of July 27. and In the excursion there
will figure some of the most prominent writers on the American continent.
'i liis is the excursion arranged by
.1. K, Cornwall, M. I'. I'., for the pur-:
pose of taking ti party of magazine
writers and newspaper men through !
j the entile Peace River country, to
show them the resources and possibilities of that .section of Alberta, and
to give them some ldoa of tho vast-
ness of the country that is yet open
for settlement to the north of Edmonton. Mr. Cornwall has displayed the
excursion, and has been for nearly a
year engaged in completing arrangements With the result that he has sue
ceeded In gathering together as prominent a party of newspaper writers as
ever \ Islte I the west.
The party will leave Edmonton on
the morning of July 27 and will be
absent two months. They will go
north to Lesser Slave lake and Peace
river crossing by stage, steamboat
and automobile, and will travel south
from the Crossing into Grande
Prairie and return by tho same route.
It will he tlie first timo that newspaper men have been given any real
opportunity of sizing up for them-
selves just what lhe country, north
of Edmonton, possesses.
Herbert     Vanderhoof,     editor     of
the Canada West, has had charge of.
the gathering together of the American  contingent  of the party, and  lie!
will arrive on the evening of July 25.1
W. P. liinton. general passenger agent1
of  tho Grand  Trunk  Pacific,  will  accompany the party from Winnipeg to
Edmonton.    Mr.   Cornwall   is  to  con-!
duct the party through the north and
return.   They will have traveled some!
2,000   miles   before  returning  to   tlie'
city.
One of the first members   of   the
party is Emerson Hough, whose name
has been  seen often at the head of'
articles in the Saturday Evening Post,;
and other periodicals.    lie is a politi-:
cal economist and novelist, author of
"Settlement of the West," "The Sowing,"  "Tlie   Mississippi    Bubble"  and
other books.    He is the best known
western writer in the States.
The other members of the party
are:
Arthur E. McFarlane, of New York,
formerly an eastern Canadian, whose
work appears regularly in Hie Saturday Evening Post.
Robert Dunn, one of the editors of
Everybody's  Magaz ine.
Gardner Hazen, editorial representative of Farm and Fireside, ami a
member of the executive of the Cro-
solemn and serious Interview hit ween
the pastor and officials of his church,
in which eet tain matters regarding
the pastor's personal conduct and his
relations with some members of his
congregation were frankly discussed.
As ti resull Of this interview it is said
thai it was deeme I ad\ I sable by both
the pastor and the officials thai the
i former should take his holidays at
once with the understanding thai he
! would not resume his work here. Rev.
Mr. MacLeod came here from Chicago, with ;i reputation for flne ability as ti preacher, which reputation he
sustained while here, it is understood
ho has returned to Chicago.
NO. 27���
this lodge
<n\s' Hall, coram! Eighth Btreets.i
evening at 8 o'clock.
brethren cordially Invited
t0 attend, W, H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. " cording Becretarj ;
,i. w. MacDonald, financial secretary.
o. O. P. AMITY LODG1
The tegular vat etings of
are  held  In  Odd   l'"<
ner Carnarvon
every  Monday
Mail Service
H
Stop Paying
Rent!
Do you own a lot and would
like to build on ii'.' If so. come
to us and we win arrange to
build your house for you. Call
and gel full particulars of our
scheme for home building,
SURREY.
We   have   blocks   for   sa
e    in
Surrey   of   2   to   10   acres
near
car line.    Some on  main
road
within 3 to r, miles of city
We
hold   some  exceptionally
good
buys.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Permanent   Loan
and   Savings  Co.
&  V. "Slates" daily except  Sunday
Leave, 23 ; Arrive al 21 ;00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,;
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, L6:00, 23:00; Ar-
rivo al 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily  excepl   Sunday.   Leave.
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B, &  v. "States," daily except  Sunday; Leave, B:00; Arrive at 9:16,
C. &    V.    East,    daily;    Leave,    8:30,
15:46;   Arrive at  D:25, 22:20.
Sapperl       daily      except      Sunday.
Leave.  8:30,  15:45;   Arrive at  9:26
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 16:46; Arrive at 9:26.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8 30;   Arrive at   13:00.
Central   Park,  dally  excepl   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00; Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     excepl     Sunday;
Leave.   11   mi;   Arrive   al   1 1:00.
East   Burnaby, daily i xcepl  Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;  Arrive al  11:00.
Burquitlam,    dally    excepl    Sunday;
Leave.   1 1:00;   Arrive  at   10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave.   I Len;   Arrive III   10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave.  11 00;  Arrive al   10:00.
South  Westminster, Tie sday and  Kri-
daj :  Leave. 14:00;  Arrive al 10:00.
Ladner,  daily   except   Sunday;   Leave,
14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Port   Oulchon.   daily   except   Sunday:
Leave, 11:20;  Arrive at   lune.
Westham    Island,   daily   except    Sunday;  Leave. 14:20;  Arrive al  10:00.
Sunbury, daily except  Sunday;   Leave.
14:20;   Arrive at   10:00.
Annacis   Island.   Monday.   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at 10:00.
Annleville.     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave. 14:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,  Tuesday,  Thursday
Saturday;   Leave, 14
8:30 and lfi:30.
Ii.   <t   V.   "Vancouver,1
Sunday;    Leave,    li;
11:00.
Cloverdale.     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, W:60; Arrive at 11:00.
Port    Kells,    daily    except     Sunday.
Leave, 14:60;  Arrive at ll :60.
Clayton,   Tuesday,    Thursday,    Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14:60;   Arrive at ll :00.
Tynehead.     Tuesdav     and     Friday;
Leave,  14:60;   Arrive at   11:00.
B. & S. "States." daily except Sunday;
Leave, la:45; Arrive at 16:15.
Uurnaby   Lake,  dally  except  Sunday;
Leave, lfi:00; Arrive at 15:15.
That     !
Pic
You'll   want   w
Paper   Napkin-
apkin��'   Chean  ��� ,
and  Forks,   Basket,  a,    "
Cups,   . ���hlng   rackl.TJ_
zine, etc., etc. '    \
You
Mn  Bet them
A T
MOREY'S
665-CoIumbia Street-^
New Westminster, B t
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wat��
Manufactured by
J. henley!
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C
Telephone  R  113   Off   t; pr;���,e. .
20:
All i v
aud
I at
daily    except
80;    Arrive    at
I
distance from road. Only ten minutes from city by car line. Price
$4,000; one-quarter down and easy
terms.
GOOD THING IN BURNABY���27
acres, corner North Arm and Boundary road i dividing line hetween
Burnaby and South Vancouver);
southern slope; easy clearing;
splendid fruit land. Price below
market at (626 per acre: $!i.000 cash
and balance over three years at 7
per cent.
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
FOUND.
FOUND���IN C.P.R. WAITING ROOM,
lady's coat. Owner may have same
by applying to ticket agent and
proving property.
TENDERS WANTED
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement  General   Bylaw,    1009,"
notice is hereby given that tlie Assessment Roll for Local Improvements on
j the   following   streets,     viz..     Tenth
! street on both  sides from  Sixth ave-
jnue to Tenth avenue, except on  the
east side of said street between Sixth
and   Eighth   avenues;   also  on    both
sides of London, Kdinburg. Dublin tind
'Hamilton  streets, Eight and Seventh
avenues between Tenth and    Twelfth
Benjamin K. Miller, naturalist and
writer on out-door sports.
Prof. Eugene Davenport of the State
of Illinois Agricultural college and experimental station work.
A. L. Saul, hanker an secretary of
the Athabasca Board of Trade, will
represent financial papers, also report
to the Landing Board of Trade.
L. H. Staunton, one of the oldest
staff writers of tlie Winnipeg Free
Press, a paper that has done a great
deal to make the Peace River country
known, and who will represent that
paper.
Charles Webster, secretary of the
Calgary Board of Trade, will be of
the party, and will report to the Calgary Board of Trade.
J. H. Morris, of Edmonton, who will
represent the Edmonton Board of
Trade, and will report his findings to
the Edmonton Board of Trade on his
return.
The Winnipeg Board of Trade and
Alberta papers will also be repie-
sented.
Austin Addison Briggs, of Saskatoon, who will represent the World
Today, an article on the model
farm in the Peace River country, in
latitude 5!) north, 700 miles north of
the l'nited States boundary. Mr.
Briggs' work appears regularly in all
the leading farm magazines. He is an
Authority  on   colonization   work.    His
\FOR THE
HOLIDA Y
Negligee Skirts in White  Pic
cool and Comfortable, only
$1.50 Each
I
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAVj
If you deposit your money I���,
safety In The Bank of Toronto
lt whi be safe while you | .t,
lt, und ready when > "U need It,
and lt win be
All The Tim
earning for you three per cer:
Interest Small or large s"3
may  be deposited at any tin
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,   Quebeo   and
West.
CAPITAL
REST    ...
$4.OO0,W
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
BRANCH
J. Gracey, Mgr,
City
P,
of   New   Westminster
ving  Contractors:
Tenders   for   Paving   Columbia   Street
Extension.
The Corporation invites fenders
from street paving companies for
grading, street paving, laying of con-
c ( e sl lewalks, and construction of
storm water sewers for Columbia
street lrom Fourth street to Leo-
PoU Place. Paving companies
v"> ! !' require:! to stale leim
of years they will guarantee their pav-
LiT and the rercentage of money the
Corpora'ion can retain during tlie
riod of guarantee; also the
grat'e they calculate their
Is  s' fe for horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications, and
ftirthe- Information can be obtainel
from J. W. B. Blackman, City  Engl-
streets, is open for inspection at the opinion   of  the   Peace   River  country I
|offlce of the Assessment Commission- will   be  given   to   the  Saskatchewan!
Notice  to  er in the city hall. New Westminster,   papers and to the Saskatoon Board of,
; British Columbia, and in caso the own-  Trade.
er or any person inteiested in any of |     Austin  C.   X.   Burke,  of  Edmonton,
the   properties   included   therein    de-  will be the official photographer, and1
sires to appeal from such assessment,'John   Blue,   provincial   librarian,   will I
he shall, within the period of eleven  accompany  the party as official  gov-j
ernment statistician.
Hit   days   from   the   first
of this notice, give nnMee
derslgned in
to appeal,
Hated  the
1910.
publication
to the un-
writlng of Lis Intention
27th  day  of June, A.D.,
ROCKEFELLER     APPEASED.
I
the
pe-
steepest
lavement.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication the 27th day
of June. 1910.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
nc
r- '
Big:
y. ( it
rmdei
. on
ed.
y Hall.
s  will
Angus!
be
s,
received   up  to  5
1010, by tiie under-
r
25,
' 1 V    I
1010.
all,
New
W. A
Wesl
DTTNCAN,
City Clerk.
minster.   July
Breach   That   Occurred   Between
Brothers Several Years Ago
Now  Healed.
Cleveland,    July    20.���The    breach
|that  occurred   several   years  ago  be-!
| tween   John   D.   Rockefeller  and   his
Ibrother  Frank   has  heen   healed  and'
the renewed friendship of the broth-
ers will be cemented by having  the'
bodies   of   Frank   Rockefeller's    clill-j
Idren  taken  up and laid  to rest near!
'the oil king's monolith in Lake View1
cemetery.
Tlie quarrel ended rn Frank having
Also a large assortment of plain
colors and fancy striped Skirts,
with collars attacked and detacked
Ranging from
$1.25 to $4.00
I
White Star-Dominifli
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 ton*
6.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin   screw,    14,900   torn.
largest   and   most   modern,  |
commodation equal to any erfl
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Ttckete Apply"
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Anv Deilfl
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kindfc
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All  rubbish  and  garbage
musl
removed   to   the   foot
street and Fifth avenue, where
be burned by the corporation.
It V
Any person  or  person.'*
who
|    Take notice that I, Xorman Caswell,
nf Abbotsford,  B.C.,  miner,  intend to
apply to  the  Chief Commissioner of j the bodies of his children removed to
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license a  PIot  several   sections east.    Today
to   prospect   for   coal   and   petroleum there are eight graves about the John j
on   and   in   the   following   described   .V  Rockefeller shaft  with headstones
'ranged along the arc of a wide circle.!
Soda Water Factory
M. A. HODGE, Proprietor.
30-1 Columbia St.
Sapperton.
Phone oko.
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E.'
corner of Section 19, in Townshin 10.
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence south 80
chains; 1 hence west SO chains; thence
north .0 chains; thence east R0 chains
to point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated al Ahbotsford. B.C.. this Oth
day of Junei  A.D.,  1010.
NORMAN  CASWELL.
Four times as many graves can be
laid before the circle Is complete.       j
The base of the monument bears
the name "Rockefeller" on each of
the four sides. Epitaphs on headstones
merely give dates of births and
deaths and in sone Instances the relationship.
Frank Rockefeller who has offices
in the Garfield building, today would
not discuss relations with his brother.
M.J.
The Wardrobe Clothier
Phillip
hind'
garbage or rubbish of any - ^
any other street or avenue or on
lane, vacant lot or public I"0'
will be prosecuted under tl'e
visions of the Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order,
S. J.
.ed*
I
Sole  Agents   for   20th   Century   Clothing
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street
and
New Westminster, B.C.
Sanitary U'SP'
City Hall, June 13, 1010.
For all Kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders nt
The  Arrow P**s
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, P">'
run VIclC"
near The Dally News Co., BUM
I Street.
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:DNESDAY, JULY 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Westminster
fansfer Co.
ffag
pnone l's-     Barn
Columbia 8treet-
delivered    promptly
part of the city.
Phone 13/
��ny
it and Heavy Hauling
)FFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
[rdiner & Gardiner
(P, G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Westminster Trust Building
(Mew Westminster, B. C.
661 Residence  Phone  133
395
Phone 730
cMurphy X Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
bhing   Promptly   Attended
Colonial   Block
To
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      p. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of  Sixth.
VNK H. DODMAN
loach  and  Automobile   Painter.
.���tiering  and   Top   Repairing,
lnl4   Sixth   Avenue.
IGLISH WATCHMAKER
fid Watches for Ladles from ��12/5
Watches,   gents'    open face
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
Waltham   and
tver
for
Kigin
repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
5ASOLINE ENGINES
%*_  to
2 and
H. P.
Cycle.
Local Agents
/estminster Iron Works
Phone
enth   St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai I. George Beckett,
of Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, Intend
i" apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B, ('., tor a license io prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing tit a post marked G. B.,
N. W, coiner, planted al the N. \\.
corner of Seel ion 28, ln Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, N'ew Westminster District; tlience east 86 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 8th
day   of  June.  A.D.,   1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
The regular meeting of the council
was hell iu the Municipal ball on Saturday. July 23, 1910, ai 2 p. m. Pies-
ent Councillor Stride, acting Kiev.;,
and Councillor McGregor, Coldicott,
McKee and Rumble.
Mr, .MacNeill mi behalf of the Wesl
ern Canada Power Co., addressed the
council   with   reference   to  obtainlngl
i ermi8slon for the erection of a high
voltage  power  line  through  the  municipality north of Burnaby lake. The
company bad purchased flve acres In
Burnaby for a receiving station, which
would  be   bulll   this   fall, and   they I
wished   to  know   whal   arrangements
they could come to with the munici- j
pallty for the use of certain roads for
their power and pole line.   The company  proposed  to  erect  steel  towers
for their high voltage line of 60,000-
horsepower,   and   wooden   poles   tor
their pole line of 12,000 voltage.   This
matter was laid over for further consideration al  the next meeting of the
board of works.
P. B. Brown, on behalf of the Ilrun-
Widespread Custom in the
Yoruba Country���Question
in British House.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
London, July 26.���In the Yoruba
country, Wesl Africa, when a thirsty
native Iin.Is be hasn't the price of a
drink of gin be picks up one of his
pickanntnles, takes it to the nearest
lush saloon and pawns ii for the
drink, This custom was disclosed
when Sir George White, in the house
Of Commons, asked If ii wasn't a fad
that "thousands of children are
pawned  by  their parents for  gin  and
i kept    in    a    condition    of    domestic
I slavery."
Tlie under secretary of the colonial
; ollice   replied   that   the    custom    was
aby   Hoard   of   Trade    requested   tne! widespread
council to provide a sidewalk on Ed- extract iron
monds street, as the present state of]
the road was had lor pedestrians, andj
he had also been Instructed to ask the ���'aWB ''*������*- customs of the Yoruba coun
council  to make   arrangements   with!try: '
the 11. C. B. K. to lower their track to!    "When
and  quoted  the  following
a report, by a committee
composed  of educated  natives on  the
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer,
HOPE  &  BARKER.  Architects.
New Westminster - Trapp  Block
Plione 655.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
'in' ie\ei of the road. Tin- Reeve
Btated thai negotiations had already
been entered Into with the company,
and a general scheme was in contemplation tor the laying of sidewalks.
I'nese matters weie referred to the
hoard of works.
The Fourth street expropriation bylaw and the electric wiring bylaw,
were read a lirst and second time.
ender advances money to
a borrower he asks the latter to provide an acceptable surety, who is responsible In default of payment by
the borrower. The borrower Is drawn
Into service for the lender one day in
the week, the sorvice representing interest for the money advanced. He
lives In his own house.
"Bul   if   a   child   is   provided   as   a
Ihe board of works reported as fol-1 substitute he Is to live with aud work
lo*B; for  the   lend   as   his  child,  the   con-
That all men employed by the coun- aideratlon for the loan being that the
cil by day labor be paid at tiie regu-1 borrower is deprived of and the lond-
lar rate of wages viz; $2.50 per eight j t,r enjoys the services of the borrow-
hours tor time spent In walking over er's child; but by this arrangement
one and one-half miles each way to the child does not become the slave of
work, this to take effect on July 18, ] the lender,
and to be in the way of a temporary |    ��xhe   child   does   not    forfeit    bis
arrangement. The Mclntyres' tender'
for sec. 1 of Tenth avenue, be accepted, aud that fresh tenders be
called for sec. 2; that Hood box be repaired on the Walkem road, and a
flood box be placed on the south road
when necessary.    That a bylaw be in-
llghts aud privileges as a free born.
He can behave to the lender precisely in the same way as to his own
father; indeed, he enjoys more freedom witli the former, for he can at
any time refuse to live with him. On
the other hand, the lender Is respon
BEARS   KILLING   SHEEP.
Farmers in North Addlngton Are Les-;
ing  Their  Stock.
Kingston,  July  26.���At   Vennacher, I
In tbe northern part of Addlngton, tbe
bears have been busy, and as a insult   some   fanners   aie   mourning   lhe
loss of stock. Robert Comer losl one
oi ms sheop, and Indications around
ihe sheepfold pointed plainly to bruin
as the perpetrator. Aboul tin' same
time John i'i. Irish, a neighbor, found
thai 'wo of ins sheep had been carried oil in the same way, Les Wilson, another neighbor, saw three cubs
dispoi ting around with th< ir moi bei
near ins Held one day lasi  weeK.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. H. Westminster Branch.
Week Day ScheOule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 1:20 aud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 0:50, 7:20 aud
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thert
after  until  11:00 p.m.
Sjnday Schedule.
Cars leave Vaucouver lor New West
mln = ter at S;00 aud y:Uu a.m., am
every half hour thereafter untl
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster fur
couver at S'.OO a.UJ., and r>r��r
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Vai
ha
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   8
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
troduced   to  establish   Fourth    street i Bible to the public authorities for in
Estimates
of
Given  on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson  Blk.
Phone   388
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
forty-nine and one-half feet wide from
First avenue to Seventh avenue, and
sixty-six feet wide from Seventh to
.North boundary of U, L. 2%.
That a carload of road oil be ordered to be distributed at Central
park, Royal Oak and Edmonds stations. That the following specifications be approved and tenders called:
Slashing 106 cliains on Gilpin road,
ditching on Piper road, clearing Mara
road, grading Tenth avenue from Second to Fifth street, grading Phillips
road, four chains, laying puncheon
roads four chains, grading Victory
road  from Nelson  road to Gray
Jury  to tlie  health
for his death."
of  the  child  and
open First street parallel and below
the car line track through 1). L. 74:
referred to board of works.
H, Bose, secretary-treasurer Union
B. C. Municipalities, enclosing two
copies of minutes of meeting of ex-
excutlve, and stating that all matters
tor discussion by the convention
should be sent to tlie secretary by
September 16 of each year, also requesting membership fee. Recounted
road, i and filed for references and member-
Great   Northern  Railway.
Lv.  N.  W.  11  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:56
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lt. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;  ar. N. W.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W.
pm.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W.
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W
p.m.
2:55
9:30
6:20
f,: 29
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J.
The White House
BIRTCH
617 Columbia Street
STORE, BANK FITTING ^
AND   OFFICE Tl I H-1V����J
SHOWCASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
N   I   Westminster Woodworking Co.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Comer (Eleventh  and Carline.                               PHONE 473     a*
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regradlng Snake hill from the N. E.
corner of I). L., 101, twenty-two
chains, grading road through block
���I'i.. 1). L., 35 from Smith avenue to
lot 15, grading Armstrong street from
Caribou road east to Tenth avenue,
twenty-four chains.
Grading Grafton road from Guichon ] for one year at a salary of $500, un
road   east   flve   chains,  grading   Nur-jder    section    96    of    the    Municipal
I ship fee  referred to finance commit-
j tee for payment.
Moses  B.  Cotsworth  wrote, statin;';
| his fees as auditor for the municipality. Moved by Councillor Coldicott
seconded by Councillor McGregor that
I Mr.   Cotsworth   be   appointed   auditor
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, ex
'cept Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives ut
Port Guichon 6:30 p.m.
| Leaves Port Gulchon 7:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday, arrives at New
i Westminster bridge passenger station
9:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender tor Piping System,"
lender for Water System," and "Tender for Pipe Tunnels and Wiring
4 Duets," as the case may be, will be
received al the otlice of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Kail-
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noun ut the 26th dav of July,
1910, for:
Mi Aii, steam, water and oil piping  system;
(2) yard  water system;
(3) Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required In connection with th ��� Transcontinental Railway shops east of
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may bo
seen In the ollice of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer or the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ontario, and in the ollice
of Mr. S. K. Poulin, District Engineer,
Sl.   Boniface,  Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chief Bngi.
neer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Com-
missioners or the Transcontinental
Hallway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent (10 p. c.) of the amount of the
tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall .within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, und all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will he
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security fur the
duo and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by pai ties
whose tenders are rejected will he
returned within ten days after the
signing of tbe contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Dy order,
P.  E.  RYAN,
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
the  Transcontinental   Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June, 1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it.
sery road from Douglas road to Burnaby lake shore, grading Carlton avenue from Princess street to Harris
street, grading Harris street from
Carlton avenue west to lot 8, block
24, D. L. 121, grading Fortune stieet
from Humphrey avenue west. That
tbe work of repairing culvert at Deer
Lake creek be now put ln hand to be
Clauses Act.
T. D. Coldicott, secretary of board
of trade, wrote enclosing copy of resolution passed at last meeting that It
was necessary that a regular police
patrol be put on the Vancouver road
to stop furious driving on the part of
motor vehicles which was dangerous
to life on the road.    Referred to po-
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
G.   N.   R.���Sumas  Branch. Abbotsford,   B.C.,   lumberman,  intend
Leaves   Sumas   6:00  a.m.,    arrives ' to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
bridge  passenger  station    9:20  a.m.,  Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
water  front freight  shed    9:30 a.m.,
dally except Sunday.
Leaves   New     Westminster    water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge ,
passenger  station   3:50  p.m.,  arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
done   by  day   labor.     That   a   rough j lice committee.    John  Prlngle  wrot
handrail  thirty-eight  feet,  six  inches requesting sidewalk to be laid on the
high, be put on the northeast side of  0,i '"""'   >-'-"""    ����..n,i.,.-.   .-,���>,(
the Douglas road at the fill opposite
Rae's, for a distance of flve chains.
That the engineer bring ln profla of
the work proposed on North Arm
road.
That road be regraded from Vancouver road through block 8, D. L. 96,
to the B. C. E. R. track six chains;
estimated  cost  $80.    That  Patterson
Price road between Boundary road
and Smith avenue. Referred to board
of works.
F. C. Gamble, public works engineer, wrote stating thar apportionment of $25,000 appropriation met
with approval of the department.
Councillor McKee understood that the
North road was to receive a portion
of the grant.   The matter was referred
road be regraded from a point about  back to the board of works
flve chains south of the B. C.  E.  R.
track   to   a   point   ten   chains   north
from   the   Jubilee    road,   twenty-flve
chains;   estimated   cost  $360.      That
Maxwell   street   be   opened   up   from
Smith  avenue  to  the Boundary  road
thirteen chains;   estimated cost  $450.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the part-
���ershlp heretofore existing between
understgne���, carrying .on business
pi inters nt Vancouver and New
st minster, B, C, under the name
I' Jackson & Morrison, was on the
furth day of Oct��*er, 1909, dissolved
��' mutual consent
FREDERICK JACKSON.
WM. G. MORRISON.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The New Sternwheeler
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel Pipe.
lenders   will   be   received   by   the
��"< ^signed up to 5 p. m. of August
���l". for the supply  of 1.000 feet
i.. Inch diameter and 1.200 feet of
- -,n,,h     diameter     lnpweldod     steel
j* and for 13-lnch diameter flexible
Specifications   nnd   full   particulars
De obtained from the City Engi-
J. W. R. HUckman. City Hall.
mmru      Mt or any tender n*1 n��c-
PMNly neeepted.
CU, aklf' -��UNCAN- ��*�� c,erk
i 1910.
leer,
New Westminster, July
S. S. PAYSTREAK )
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as to"0"*'-
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 am.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH ST. PHONE  B527
That the boulevard in front of Duthle' park commissioners for Central park
scliool   be   cleared;    that    Dalhousle
road be opened from Oxford street to
lot 10, block 2. D. L. 96.
Tbat the north boulevard or Trafalgar road be slashed and road regraded a width of twenty feet, from McKay road to Patterson road. That
profile of Johnston road be approved
subject to engineer preparing plan or
deviation of road at ravine No. 2.
The engineer reported that he had
accepted Mr. Norton's offer of rock at
$7; report adopted. The engineer
also reported that crusher had boen
placed on Ledger road "instead of
Sproutts hill:  report adopted.
It was resolved that water pipes be
laid on Hastings road, north Alice
street, Humphreys avenue, north
Hertford road and Arthur road.
The clerk was instructed to write
Manager B. C. B. R. with regard to
crossings at Buller road. Dow road.
Royal Oak road. Patterson road and
Sixth street, which had not been constructed. The scliool board were instructed to be notified that the engineer was so busy that, ho would be
unable to undertake to give them
grades for school grounds.
Tenders   were   called  for  the  con-
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Wiring  Systems,  Switch
Board and Transformers.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Wiring System.
Switch Board and Transroruieis," will
be received at the offlce of the Commissioners   of   tbe   Transcontinental
Railway,   at   Ottawa,   Ontario,   until
twelve o'clock noon of the 26th day
of July, 1910, for the wiring systems,
switch   board   and   transformers,   required  In  connection   with  the  Loco-
A.  B.   Rowe,  wrote  enclosing  plan   motive Shops of the National Trans-
of  proposed   road  allowance  through   continental Railway east of Winnipeg,
block  6,  D.  L.  87.    Referred  to I he      Plans   and   specifications   may   be
engineer   to   repo
secretary wrote req
nominate   two   gentlemen   to   be   ap-  at Ottawa, Ont., and in the offlce of
pointed as members of the board of   Mr,   S.   R.   Poulin,  District  Engineer,
St. Boniface, Man.
Laid over till next meeting. H. T. | Bach tender must be signed and
Ceperley wrote in reply, to request of sealed by all the parties to the tender,
council for additional road allowance and witnessed, and be accompanied
that same would interfere with their by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Improvements to the property. Re- bank of the Dominion of Canada, puy-
celvod und filed. i able to the order of the Couimission-
Central   Park   Progressive   assocla-  ers of the Transcontinental  Railway,
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
S. E. corner, planted at the S. E. corner of Section 31, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east t* chains to
point of commencement and containing H9 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D.,  191*.
JOHN  BECKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Section 6, Township 19, In the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tlflcae of Title Number 5059F, issued
in the name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been filed in this offlce.
. , , Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
rt.     The   provincial  seen in the offlce of Mr. Gordon Grant,'at the exl)llation of one month from
���questing council to  chief Engineer of the Commissioners^  ,he dat<J of the flr8t pubilcation hereof,
in a daily newspaper published ln the
City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to ire in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, July 8, 1910.
tlon wrote asking council to donate
500 feet of planking for seats to be
used ln Central park, also stating that
path had not been constructed along
park to Smith avenue; also with regard to alleged Insanitary condition
of cars on interurban line.
Councillor Rumble moved that council purchase 500 feet of single dressoi
lumber, also that matter of sidewalk
be referred to board of works.    The
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
for   a   sum   equal   to   ten   per   cent
(10 p.c.) of the amount of the tender.
Any ierson whose leader is accepted  snail,   within   tea   days  alter   the
signing   thereof,   si^n   U;e   contract,
specifications,   and   other   documents
icquiied   to   bo   signed,   and   in   any
case of refusal or failure on the part
of the party whose tender ls accepted
to execute and complete the contract
with   tlie   commissioners,   the   said
clerk was instructed to write B. C. E. icheiue shall be forfeited to tie Com-   Estimates Given
R. calling their attention to the com- j missioners as liquidated damages for
plaint that  had  been  made.    Messrs.; such  refusal  or  failure   and  all  cou-
MacNcll and Bird wrote, stating that'tract  rights  ncqulied  by  Ihe  accept-
cost of planking, etc., at Pipers road  anee of the tendor shall be forfeited.
crossing   would   be   $15.     Councillor!     The   cheque   deposited   by   parties'
Rumble  moved  that  the  amount   be   whoso tender is accepted  will  b" de-
Phone 567
214   Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
j paid.
H. Hatt-Cook wrote as to obtaining
' further protection on Vancouver road
| to stop auto speeding: received. E.
JS. Brown requested loan of $800 fioii
'sinking  fund  on  block   .3.  D.   L.  32.
struct ion   of   Johnston   road   bridges, j
The engineer was  instructed  to pre- j
pare   plans  of  proposed   biidge    for I
Hamilton   road,   prepare   profile   of
Jubilee road. !
It  was decided  to widen Cliff road |
eight   feet  on  one   side,   and   grade;
North  road  boulevard  six  feet   wldo;gerous crossing on the V. V. & E. at
for sidewalk from cut to Clarke road. | North road;  Councillor Coldicott and
Communications   wero   received   as  the Reeve, were anpolnted to attend
follows: It'1'8 Blttlttg of the board.
Petition from owners of block 1. D.      The  council   then   adjourned   until
L   74, south, requesting   council   to Saturday, August 6, at 2 p. m.
Refened to Councillor Rumble and
Coldicott. Notice of tlie next sitting
of the board of railway commissioners was received, to be held on September 5, with reference to complaint
of New Westminster board of trade
and  others   against   an  allege!   dan-
post cd to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as secu Py fo'-
tbe due and faithful pe forma nee of
the contract according to is terns.
The ebonites deposited by pa ties
whose tenders are rejected vrill be
returned within ton days aft.ir the
slgrint; of 'lie contract.
The iliht Is reserved (o re.'ect any
or all  tenders.
By order,
P. E. RT KM.
Secretary,
The Commissioners of the Trasscon-
tlnental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 13, 1T10.
News-iii e-. iiaartlag t^ils s*ve'tiae-
meat without authority from ta* row.
missioners will not be paid for tt.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
IT  PAYS T*  ADVERTISE
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAV, JULV2?
The Daily News
Published by The Dally -News Publish.
lng Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
ffij^cjg3gag-,cwa3��fftt_M  tiinii iiii������iniw hie,-.
WEEK MORE
WEDNESDAY,   JULY  27,   1910.
A    REAL    ASSET.
This week will virtually see the
completion of the Columbia street improvement and New Westminster
placed in possession of what is generally acknowledged to be the finest
business thoroughfare in the Dominion. The system of paving adopted by
the council and so excellently carried
out by Hassan Paving company, is no
doubt the very hest that could be provided for this city, and there is little
doubt that the success of this part of
the undertaking will cause this form
of street work to be adopted by other
cities.
Beyond   the   paving,   however,   the
genera! design of tlie street  improvement, to which credit is due to City
Enginei r  Blackman and  his efficient
stall, is decidedly pleasing, and it Iris
endowed Columbia  streel   with a nobility  nnd   importance  that   will  certainly   impress  all   who   sec   it.    The
placing of the li. lit  and power wires
on  nc.it  iron  poles down  the  center
of the roadway is something of an innovation  for this part of  the  world,
and  the   marked success of this   arrangement will possibly encourage its j
adoption elsewhere.    The scheme for ,
the   lighting  of  the  thoroughfare  by ; |
the  grouping  in  series   of   tungsten j j
lamps with  opalescent globes is also ; i
a decided Improvement upon anything j
of the kind we know of.   By this sys-1
tem the street has been transformed
into a veritable furiyland and the general effect  is  very striking.    Visitors
who  have  been  fortunate enough to
witness the new form of illumination
have expressed unbounded delight at i
its beautiful  effect.    Alderman Gray, i
chairman of the light committee, cer- ���
tainly  merits   congratulation   on   the
signal success which has been attain-!
ed  in  this  part of the  improvement,
and  the  way in  which  the  whole of
the  lighting   work  has  been   carried
on  is a feather in  the cap   of   City
Eleetrian Bowler.
There  is  not   the  least  doubt  that
the    Columbia    street    improvement
will   add   materially   to   the   development and prosperity of the city from
an  asset  of  permanent   value.    First
imprfi-sions are always important and
no  visitor  to  N'ew  Westminster can
fail   to  he   favorably  Impressed   with
its   handsome   business   thoroughfare.
We only hope that in designing any-
new premesises on this street efforts |
will be made to improve the character of the frontages.   Tlie long line of
flat roofs gives a heavy, featureless aspect to the street.    If a few well designed  gabled  fronts were put  up to
break  this  monotonous  line the general   appearance  of  the   whole  thoroughfare  would be greatly enhanced.
OF  OUR  GREAT  JULY
Room-Makinff Sale
The addition of tho Pearson  Klectric  Business to ours this week
has created a positive demand for Moro Room at Once.
EVERY  ODD   PIECE   MUST GO
The last week will be the best week fur bargains in Odd Beds,
Odd Dressers, Odd Stands, Odd Buffets, Odd Chairs, Rugs, Curtains
and Sundries. , . --   ��� ���  .   -.'*-.'<<..-1
EVERY ARTICLE  MARKED  IN  PLAIN  FIGURES
Walk through this big store at your leisure and note the splendid
values offered.
We are ready to fill all orders for Electric Fixtures .'ind Supplies.
Mr. Frank Pearson is in charge of this department and is ready to
give   prompt   attention   to  all   orders.
We Furnish Your Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73 716718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
L_f i rssi i _r je: *o I
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REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. M.
I Some Attractive Specials i
HOUSE   FURNISHINGS
A timely money-saving opportunity in House Furnishings that will be
welcomed by thrifty housekeepers. Here are snaps that you should not miss
every item a genuine bargain, all good, sound values that are just as advertised, and are well worth investigation.
Colored Art Muslins
8c  per  Yard.
In a nice range of small designs, various colorings, about
27 inches wide. Special, per
yard     8c
36in. Art Muslins
10c per Yard.
Pine quality art muslins and
Bllkollne, suitable tor curtains
or coverings. Regular i-'j and
15c for, por yard    10c
Reversible Damask
50c Yard.
Two colorings oi
llillg   desi. 11    ill    I, .      ,
cerlsed   damask     ,r endid for
portiere curtains, el ..
66c for, per yard  5oc
If you want something. Choice ' for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Ecru and White Madras, Scrim and Muslins
Clearing at 25c per yard
Now  is the limo to  refurnish all your windows, etc;  a varied  selection to choose fron             ��� .���, ���>
lace  edges,  madras   muslins  with   floral   designs,   and   plain   muslin with lace and Insertli
in ecru, cream iind white.    Regular 35 and 40c per yard, for per yard     25c
All Better Qualities in Madras Curtainings Specially
Unequalled Values in White Sheeting
Compare our prices with any other;   we challenge you to find  better value than  we offei  today:
8x4  Bleached Sheeting, regular 30c for, per yard    ?5c
8x1  Bleached Sheeting, regular 35c for, per yard       30c
9x4  Bleached Sheet ing, regular 45c for, per yard    37^
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
ft S____________g__________^_jmm_m
Clean-Up in Door Panels
Lace door panels, sash curtains, etc., in floral and set designs, with and without frills.
A varied assortment to choose
from���and we intend to clear
the lot. Regular $1, J1.25 and
$1.50  for, each    75c
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeepaftergerms
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.      j 	
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's   ^^K fAWAMAN DAflFlf
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the HS1, l
work without your assistance, leaving you to take  WJSSI    DAllU/AV C(\
Here's a Special in
Pillow Cotton
Circular pillow cotton In 40,
42, I I and 4. inch widths, (iood
fine round thread, thoroughly
bleached. This is what you pay
25e a yard for at ordinary times.
Now, to Induce you to invest,
ti yards for $1 or, per yard    20c
50c Casement Cloth
35c    Yard.
To Introduce this m w plain
casement cloth, we o:T> :i .-;>���.-
cial inducement: It Inchei
wide  in   cream   nnd   i ;
Sells  at   50c   regular     Spe lai,
per   yard    35c
A Large Selection of Steamer and Motor Rugs on Hand af Moderate Prices
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ ! /
portions to cleanse \^\l^//'
easily, vigorously, "^ Ti '^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
RAILWAY CO.
<AWLS   TO   CHUrlCH   AS . _
penance for false step Made by THE
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Kootenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. 96 Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
' ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
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Weekday Schedule
W.-m'i-an. III., July 26.���By crawling on her hands and knees through
the street from her home to church,
Mrs. .1. Anderson, of Waukegan, did
penance Sunday ior doping with another man. The form of penance was
fixed hy her husband, who insisted on
its performance before he would welcome her home.
N.   K.   } A. RBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Salmon Report
PAYMENT
OF      ANNUAL
TAXES.
CITV
July 26, 1910.
Jelllngham���Goi    24,000
fish alto-
Igother yesterday, of which 10,Out) were
| from the salmon hanks, and balance
It was Friday that .Mrs. Anderson fi oni Luiiimi and Gulf. Only got a
left. On the train, as she sped away; few fish from seiners, but heard they
she lemembeted her husband and wel'e doing better near Lopez.
four children and grew penitent \- Anacortes-Got about 9,000 flsh yes-
,���...   . .      h ptoul- terday from tho traps and 2,000 from
While m the station at Buffalo, X. V.,  the  seiners.
her companion dozed in his seat, and |     Reported  from  traps  on  Straits of
she soteed  that   opportunity   to   buy j Fuca for the past few days���Consid-
a ticket and board a train for home,  orable numbers of sockeyes have beenjjn order to
She  arrived  early   Sunday   morning I passing, but unfortunately mostly out
and went, at once to tier house.   Thefslie the traps,
husband   refused   to   receive   her   un-'     Vancouver���Boats averaged 17 yes-
less siie would crawl from their door- to."day.
Btep   nl   Lincoln   avenue   and   Tenth!    St. Mungo���Got about 3,000 fish yes-
street  to  the parish enurch���the Ll- terday.   High boat, 159.
ttiuanian    Catholic    church���a    little     British Columhla
Notice   -to   Taxpayers:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to obtain the advantage of the full rebate allowable, all  CITY TAXKS and
SEWER HATES MUST he paid on o
before the 1st. DAY of AUGUST.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Daily
1:00 p.m   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
r j 10:00 a. m    Daily
. 111:00 p. in Daily except Saturday
For   he convenience of day-workers, 11:30 p. m. l    Saturday
the Collectors Office hours will be ex-! xo   NANAIMO.
tended to recive Taxes between 7:00    o;00 p.m Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p.m   Mondays
8:00 a.m...Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
and It p. m., on Saturday, July 30th.,
and on Monday, August 1st.
All   persons   are  earnestly   desired
to pay their taxes before those days,
*void  undue pressure of'11:00p.m    Bvery saiui.lnv
work upon the clerks whose duties are JO prince  RUPERT.
increasing. 111:00 p.m. Everv Thursday and Sat.
TO SAVE TIME WHILST PAYING I     T0 STEWART  (Portland Canal).
TAXES,  PLEASE  BRING  OK  SENd|11;00 p. m    Rvery  TlluI.s(,,,y
THE   TAX   DEMAND-TAXPAYERS      S. S.   Beaver  leaves  New  Westmln
WHO  FAIL  TO   BRING  THEIR  DF '
and
a. m.
Saturdays.
ister 8 a.m. Mondav, Wednesday
-Seventy-one boats  MAND   NOTICES   WILL   BE   SEPA- Frlrtivs-    IeavPS   chilliwack   8
more than a block away.   She agreed, averaged 35.   High boat, 124. RATELY  DEALT WITH AND NOT Tupsdnv    Thursdav   -md
A!   the  hour  for  services  the  hus- :     Brunswick���Got about 700 fish yes-1 ALI^OWED   TO   DELAY   PERSONS For nartlculars   annlv'to
band  and  wifa started, she crawling, i terday. j WHO    COMPLY   WITH    THIS    RE- '���n' pft���i i?t
he  walking beside her.    The  parish- j     Phoenix���Got about 5,000  fish  yes- QUEST. ' |,,IM| '���
oners   and   neighbors    know   of   her' terday. _ [    Only the 10 per cent rebate will be
elopement.      They    paused���four    or      Scottish-Canadian���Got   about   2,500 allowed from August 2nd., to Septem-
five   hundred   of   them���nnd   watched   fi: h yesterday.    Boats averaged 30.        ber 1st., inclusive.
the   woman,   weeping,   abase   herself,    Gulf of Georgia���Got 2,333 fish from ]    After   September   1st.,   rebates   for
before them all. |56 boats yesterday. this year cannot be allowed.
It   was   right   for  the   husband   In
r--'-���  -,lrr q0  (],]S| t},e 0ther women
gald. I* _   .
Ewens���Got 2,500 fish yesterday.
Irrieiiai���Boats averaged 40 yester-
j(,���-.
City Hall,
J. A. RENNIE,
Collector.
July 20th., 1910.
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   B.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Trv  a  "WANT"  ad  in  The  News.
It will bring results.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  6:20, 6:50
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.'
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   5:50,   6:50,  7:20, 8:00 j
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a.  m. and every half hour thereafter until 11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a   m    9 a   m. and J1
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 2.'>c
Freight Schedule���Freight ears leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute servfee from 6:15 a. m. to 11 p. **������
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a. tn. nnd 11  p. O.
Sapperton Line���20 minute Bervlce, from 6:25 a   ni  to 11:10 pm.
Sunday   Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11 p. m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. II
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND!
We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS. !
Prices  in  Rings  $40   to  $400. I
These  goods are the  BEST procurable in Canada, and is A *A*** }
ure to show same. i
HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES. Jl
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| Ryall Foot Powder
25c per box.   Try It.
j Ryall's Drug Store j
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m jESDAY,   JULY   27,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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PAGE FIVE.
|P0R���^EW5
good ball gamej      after big stir:
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SNAPS IN-
Port Mann,  Surrey,   Coquitlam,   Burnaby,  Langley,
City Property and   Houses   and   Lots.     When
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
we
Patriot-" i'i>und Balmorals to|Saturday's Rencontre  With
file of Six Runs to Three
lis Safe in Cellar.
:.:
Con's Dozen Promises to
Be Strenuous and Exciting
succumbed to;
���id morals again
"���'     l.eal's   in   a   fast   baseba
rhere hns been a distinct lull in
icrosse circles since the big games
Queens park last night. Ex-j of Ihe past two weeks. The players
fhe second inning, when How-[are mostly too tired to even talk la-
,e a wild throw to second and | crosse and none of them have seen
���cl ihe Leafs to cross the home j a uniform since Saturday, At a meet-
fee  limos,   the  class  of  ball  ing of the executive held  in   Ryall's
llOUK
class   of   ball
v.   s  line stuff.
)i- the losers and Storm for
lis both  pitched  splendid  ball
L],i   in  one or two instances
|i-e given loyal support by the
There were few muffs ln tho
each   team;    anything that
in the air seemed to be easy
m- any one who got near it.
Tndford on  first   base for the
I made  the  sensational   catch
store yesterday all the accounts for
expenses of the Minto cup games were
passed for paymenl and there was
some other routine business transacted.
Yesterday F. .1. Lynch went to Vancouver to interview Con Jones in re-
gard to the referees for next Saturday's game. Both Ditchburn and Dewar will noi be available and some
arrangements will have to he mad.- to
find   B   man   to   hand  out  the  penalty
$150,000 TO LOAN
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
S. PAD ER
451 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
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ning when ho snatched a hot
,i  Ryall's bat.    Sloan  in cen- j checks.
also made a great catch audi    The game with Vancouver promises
clalr, by pulling down wlthlto be a hard one next Saturday. Post-
hand a wild throw by Ryall, ers advertising the game announce
some applause. that,   all   the   recent,   additions   to   the
ttendance   was   better   than Vancouver team will be seen in unl-
d will probably get still bet-J form.    This   means  fhat   Hun   Clark.
class of ball keeps on im- Sandy   Cowan,   Shaun   O'Reilly   and
ii- way It has recently.    I'm-  James  Hogan  will  he seen disporting
ier   gave   good   satisfaction.| the   festive  green   uniform  on   Con's
Civic Holiday
At the request of the Citizens' Annual Excursion Committee, 1 hereby
proclaim Wednesday the 27th inst. a
Civic Holiday, and respectfully invite
the citizens generally to observe tbe
same.
JOHN A. LEE,
Mayor.
Mayor's Offlce, New Westminster,
July 25, min.
double play of the game was
by Wright, who picked up
ir and cut off a forced run
nd then passed to Ryall, who
i summary manner with the
ling  from first.
pilowlng are the teams:
nils���C,  Munn;   p,  R.  Smith;
jlalr;   2b,  Ryall;   ss,   Howard;
bht; rf, Graham; cf, Price; lf,
Leafs���C,  Smith;   p,  Storm;
indford;  2b, Dlgnan;  ss, Ja-
3b, Owens;    rf, Sloan;    cf,
id!  If, A. llandford.
by innings:
afs    24 0 000 0���6
,      0002 0 1 0���3
anding of the League.
Won. Lost
Leafs      5       2
    4        5        .444
   4        fi        .400
next   game  will   be  played on
evening,   between   the   Alerts
tople   l.eal's.
Conquests.
Con's  team   will   he completely remodeled, but  all the men  will  be in
the  pink of condition  and  have  had j
! time   to   forget   anything  they   knew
j down  east  and   learn  some  good  la-
i crosse,   and   so   there   may   tie   some
IInteresting developments on Saturday.
The score now stands four to one I
iin favor of New Westminster, but thel
.Salmon    Eaters    have    not    by    any
i means   won   the   championship   yet.
; They must win three more games and |
\ Con Jones says that the next ain't one
of them.
Eddy Wins at Vancouver.
In the lirst day of the tennis tournament now going on in Vancouver
A. C. Eddy, of New Westminster, won
from R. Thompson by the score of
5-7, 6-0, 8-6. lt was the only single
match played in wliich a New Westminster man was entered. In the
doubles L. A. Lewis and J. \V. Gibson
were defeated by Gilliat and Jukes,
6-1, 0-2, and A. C. Eddy and J. A.
Motherwell were defeated by Oxlado
and Whyte. 6-3, 6-2. The tournament
Is continuing  today.
HAN CHALLENGER
LOSES IN FIRST RACE
Canadian Zingaris Lead.
London,  July   26.���At   the  close of
the first day's play the Canadian Zin-
Pet. i garis  had  188  runs  in  their  first in-
.714 j nings and Southtam 79. Gibson bad 29;
Waldemar Marshall, 20. The Hambros
eleven  had 95 runs ln their  first innings.    Rathbun  had  six wickets for
'20 runs and Gibson four wickets for
56  runs.    The  Zingaris  in   their second Innings had. 106 runs for six wickets and now have a lead of 200 runs
and three wickets to fall.
Tennis Tournament Next Month.
The Westminster Tennis club will
open its annual tournament here on
August 8. Already entries have been
received from Vancouver, Victoria,
Chilliwack and other places and the
event promises to create a record for
tlie New Westminster courts. Since
last year several new players bave
joined the club and some interesting
games are sure to result.
ROUMANIAN PRINCE
WILL HUNT IN ALASKA
|er   Massachusetts   Defeats   St.
tence in Contest for Sewana-
Cup���Challenger Disabled.
BASEBALL
Tuesday, July 26.
hester, Mass., July '20.���Sailing
i disabled challenger the Mas-
tts, which is defending the Se-
ka cup for the Manchester
luh. defeated the St. Lawrence,
Ih". al St. Lawrence Yacht club,
[triangular course today by four
orty-elght seconds.
B'achts were having a close and
ftlng  race  when   the  lace rope
gaff of the St. Lawrence began
way.   The end of the line con-
to  Blip  through   the  eyeholes
���Ime the challenger went about
dii  the  third  round  of  the tri-
J t'ne  top  of  the  sail   was  held
�� the niousings.   Yet .even with
pnilirap, the St. Lawrence held
Massachusetts and gained on
Df the legs with the result that
ture races are much In doubt in I Brooklyn
of tlie margin at the finish to-1
n.
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American League.
At  Philadelphia:
First Game���
Cleveland      	
Philadelphia    	
Second Game���
Cleveland      	
Philadelphia    	
At   Washington���
Washington        2
Chicago        .1
At New York��� R.
Detroit        1
New York     0
At  Boston��� It-
St.  Louis      4
Boston        *���
National  League.
At    St.    Louis���Chicago-St.
wet grounds.
At   Brooklyn��� R-
Boston        -
   1
II. E.
!) 3
11 2
H. E.
11 0
(i 2
H. E.
7 *'
8 0
H. E.
8 1
5 1
H. E.
8 2
14 0
Louis;
H.  E.
4      2
3      1
yachts will sail a twelve-mile
[aid and leeward race tomorrow,
view of the fact that the St.
Bice seems a trifle better oft the
J Hie Canadians are not dlscour-
|<  nsidering the handicap of to-
fntle   Eastern    Lacrosse,
.ilton, July  26.���A  police court'
likely  to  result  from the  la- >
fame played here on Saturday
the  Hamilton  team and the |
Torontos.    Toward the end ofj
"ue Uohlnson. a Hamilton play-1
"  ^"ing  after  the  ball,  acci-1
struck McWhirter, of the To-!
!''il|u-     He   apologized   for  the
'"jury  he  hud  caused  the To-1
man,  hut  that   was   not  satis-1
W< -""I it is said McWhirter vow-,
would get even before the end
lame.   Intentionally or other-
did get even, for before time i
piled Robinson received a crack |
,h"  head  with   ;l   lacrosse  stick l
wound was inflicted which re-1
several stitches.   It is claimed
Jitter inflicted  the injury dellb-!
V, Robinson not having the ball i
|ng near it at the time.    Satur-
���ne members or the  local  team I
meting to consider what should
]" about the matter, but Robin-1
lseu   to   prosecute,   although
Eastern  League.
At  Buffalo:
First   Game��� It-
Baltimore        -
Buffalo       ^
Second Game��� R.
Baltimore       ���>
Buffalo       2
At   Rochester:
First Game��� R
Providence       1
Rochester        ;'
Second Game��� R.
Providence        5
Rochester       6
At   Montreal:
First Game���
Jersey City  	
Montreal     	
Second Game���
Jersey City 	
Montreal     	
At  Toronto���
Newark     	
Toronto     	
Coast League
At Sacramento-
Los Angeles 	
Sacramento	
At San Francisco-
Portland	
San Francisco  	
Northwestern League.
At Seattle��� R
H.
3
8
H.
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II. E.
5 2
8 5
II. E.
10 1
0 7
R.
0
4
R.
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R.
II.
4
12
H.
4
7
II.
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Seattle. July 2fi.���Prince N. D.
Gliika, of Comanesci, RoumVinia, a
power in tlie conservative party,
whose ancestors were hereditary ruling princes of that country for 300
years, arrived in Seattle last evening-
accompanied by Captain Ronald Rad-
cliffe, of the First British Light Guard
reserves, whose home is at Wareham,
England, on his way to Alaska for
three months of big game hunting and
fishing. The prince and Captain Rad-
cliffe are at the Ilotet Washington.
The two men will remain in Seattle until August 5, purchasing supplies and preparing for the trip and
will sail on that date on the steamship Portland. They will hunt the
giant Alaska moose, the woodland
caribou and the Kadiak bear in the
country west of Valdez and then will
go inland in quest of mountain sheep.
Before returning to eSattle several
days will be spent in fishing for salmon.
ANTIQUE WAR VESSELS
BRING SMALL SUMS
London, July 26.���For a month the
bill boards of London have contained
posters advertising a sale by auction
of a "job lot" of warships. They cost
millions to construct, but the auction
at the Portsmouth navy yard realized
only $400,000.
The most interesting vessel sold
was the second class cruiser Melam-
pus. It was on tbis cruiser that King
George flew his first commander's
flag.    The Melampus realized  .45,000.
The battleship Centurion, from
which Admiral Sir Edward Seymour
commanded the bluejackets to march
to tbe relief of the besieged embassy
in Peking during the Boxer rebellion,
realized $125,000. Her sister ship, the
Barfleur, brought $1,500 more.
Junk dealers bought the ships. They
were so obsolete that even South American republics could not afford to
buy them.
The Public
Supply Stores
APRICOTS
For
Preserving
A Carload
Just Received
Place your order Now.
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Camp Sites
-AT-
White Rock
Can be had at Lowest Prices and
the Easiest of Terms.
White, Shiles & Co.
Columbia St.
New Westminster
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Contractors and
House Builders
vvc nave a full   line   of
Builders Hardware in tt
Before Building See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
IS
tke   Best
City.
money.
believe   we   can   save
ot   PAINTS   and
you
OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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Selected at Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined taste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes, Spoon Trays, Bon  Bons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE  in  great  variety   from   Pickle  Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
F-5P57^W!---���_',:.  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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TYPHOID  BREAKS OUT
ON   JAP   BATTLESHIP
11.   E.
7      2
5     2
ol
  ,,,,! Vancouver       -���
l:is team-mates were anxious Seattle      ��
should  do  so.     The   police. Batteries���Miller and Lewis;
"'aid of the occurrence and and Custer.
'Rating and it was stated to-!    At Tacoma���
"'f Toronto man would likely Spokane    	
<Tll,p'l- Tacoma     	
II.
5
3
Washington, July 26.���An outbreak
of typhoid fever on three Japanese
battleships in Oriental waters has
been reported to the public health
and marine hospital service.
Tlie report, which has just arrived
by mail, says the Japanese battleship
Iwaml, carrying fifty-two ofilcers and
a crew of 120, belonging to the first
squadron of the Nippon navy, en
route to Ominato, Awomorl, for target practice, has to transfer sixty-
three cases of typhoid fever to the
naval hospital at Yokosuka. The battleships Mlkasa and Suo arrived a*
Ominato  with  more  than  fifty  cases
SHANGHAI   MUD STICKS.
Per. |
Ivestl
Butler
E.
Jlrfeu
R. H.
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Batteries ���  Killllay     and Shea;
Schmutz and Blankensttlp.
Standing of Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet
Rod Wins Stewart Cup.
P��n.July 26.-The Stewart cup,
���'>, was Won hy Qolden  Ro(1
uii"> n,we:J.iiroRe���r p Liv,y **<>****  m
** uuiiinir   Be l,s   Prosier  *r ki
^["ana Bay,    Klms.eud,   The Vancouver ''
' p^Wrton. Delirium, Spanish
,,,       '"''as. Southannan, Tang-
,!".��">��� Y.,  Malheur   Rom-
3 t;';,;M?in,y,e' **M��&
Botha also ran.
Tacoma      *8
Seattle      38
Games Today.
Vancouver at Seattle.
Spokane at Tacoma.
43
4fi
46
556
.626
.516
.400
Removing   Three-Year-Old   Ballast   Is
a Strenuous Task.
Prince Rupert, July 26.���The dismantled hulk Ivy, at anchor in tlie
harbor, has ten men at work unload
lng the ballast in her hold.
The ballast is a particularly ad-
heslve quality of Chinese mud, loaded
at Shanghai three years ago, and it
is nearly as hard as cement.
It Is the river silt substance of
Shanghai. It Is conceivable that a
little foresight might possibly have
enriched the owners of the Ivy when
taking the ballast aboard. The work
of removing it will probably be finished today.
Names Decided On.
London,   July   26.���The   Australian
Dreadnoughts    are     to     be     nameJ
Australia aad New Zealand.
Additional Locals
Forager  was In  port
The  steamer
yesterday.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ���*
The Westham came in from Victoria yesterday with a cargo of general
merchandise from Victoria.
The small sternwheeler Scowlitz, of
Vancouver, came Into the harbor yesterday with a load of freight.
Captain Pittendrigh yesterday conducted an inquest in Vancouver into
the death of Captain Balderstone, who
was drowned about a month ago while
hoarding his vessel in Vancouver hai-
bor, and whose body was only recovered on Sunday.
Heat Affects Corn Crop.
Guthrie, Okla., July 2K.���Yesterday's
intense heat was duplicated today and
the corn crop is greatly endangered.
The greatest damage to the corn is
in western counties. Tbe board of
agriculture estimated this year's crop
at 120,000,000 bushels and the loss to
date at 20,000,000 bushels.
CHOICE   SPORT,   THIS.
Ohio     Ministers     In     Chewing     and
Stretching Gum Contest at Picnic.
Canton, O., July 26.���To find out
who could chew their gum the long,
est, the fastest, and who could stretch
lt the most, ministers, deacons and
elders entered Into an original contest at the picnic of the German and
United Evangelical churches here.
The competition was Intense, but
much disappointment was caused by
the quality of the gum, which refused
to be stretched more than a foot or
so.
Finally tbe prize was awarded to
John Suters, an elder, although Rev.
Wil.iam Davis, of the Trinity United
Evangelical church, was beaten by a
mere fraction of an Inch.
Accident
Insurance
I represent the Railway Passengers Assurance Co. of London,
England,- which ls the oldest and strongest Accident Assurance Company ln the world. Founded in 1849 for the benefit of passengers
by railroad, the principle was soon found to be of wider application,
and  the  system  was  extended ln 1855 to
Accidents of All Kinds
This   Company   has   paid   claims  amounting   to  over   $30,000,000.
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY.
PUBLIC  LIABILITY.
CONTRACTORS'    EMPLOYERS    LIABILITY.
PERSONAL   ACCIDENT   AND   SICKNESS.
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FIDELITY BONDS.
Enquire for rates In this reliable company.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1. Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
THREE ARE COMING TO
WORK FOR GOVERNMENT
Prince Rupert, July 26.���There left
on the Camosun yesterday, in charge
of a special constable and Chief Colin,
Campbell, G. Brown, sentenced to
nine months at New Westminster jail
for supplying whisky to Indians, and
Sam Cecil, an Indian sentenced to
three months for having liquor In his
possession. These cases were heard
at Port Essington.
S. Vogulovltch, sentenced at Prince
Rupert to six months' Imprisonment
for the theft of fruit on the Hazelton,
was also one of the number.
Music Troubles Chiclet Girls.
Cleveland, July 26.���Twenty-eight
girls employed In the hot rollers,
kneaders and cutters' room at tho
American Chiclet company's plant,
driven to desperation by tantalizing
music at a dancing pavilion ln a
nearby park, went on strike here yesterday. The girls have been getting
$1 a day. They wanted $1.25, the
wages paid wrappers of chewing gum.
of the same disease.
Disastrous Flood.
Budapest, July 26.���Twenty-five persons perished In a flood that followed
a cloudburst at the town of Dees today. The damage to property and
crops was heavy. '���till,
_    PAGE BIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY o,
27,19ii
Enjoy   The   Sea Breeze
r.
1
It'js the ideal camping and Summer Resort. Only 40 minutes run by the G.N. R. from New Westmiu-
ster, it possesses advantages not to be found at any other resort on the Pacific Coast, i. e., a splendid,
clean, firm sandy beach, rendering bathing safe and ideal; first class train service (both local and
express trains stop at White Rock); good and abundant drinking water ; delightful scenery, embracing
the Gulf Islands, Mt. Baker, the Olympians, etc. ; store, daily mail service, etc.
Many choice lots for summer cottages facing the sea can be secured now at prices ranging from $250
to $350 on easy terms. Next month the price will advance, as we have nearly sold out our reservation
for this summer and 1911 prices will be 50 p.c. higher. Go and select your lot now and buy while the
price is low.   Our Mr. Sands is on the spot and will show you the property. |
$250   to  $350   PER LOT,  ONE-QUARTER   CASH,   BALANCE, HALF YEARLY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia Street,
New Westminster
���i
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Full Information on application to
E. GOULET, Agent C. P. K., or from
WM. STAPLETON. General Agent,
Room 64 Scott Block, Winnipeg, Man.
"Phone, Main 9GG0
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
LAMPOONING TOE KAISER
Liberty of the Press no Longer a Dead
Letter in Vaterland���Lese  Majeste
Persecutions   Cease.
TELLS OF HUNTERS'
PARADISE IN NORTH
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London, England, New York, Ch'eago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issu,i.i. available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums Ol fl und upward,
and interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   $1SG,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
. I
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Berlin, July 20.���Not long ago criticism of the kaiser verbally or In the
press was swiftly punished by imprisonment on the charge of lese
majeste. For years the severity of
the punishment inflicted for trivial offences of this kind was the subject of
j ridicule   In   other   countries.     These
i prosecutions have gradually ceased
and a while ago they seemed to cease
entirely. The kaiser's doings are now
criticized with ever increasing outspokenness.
I Three recent examples which a
couple of years ago would have been
j regarded as aggravated lese majeste,
earning long terms of lmprosonment
I for the editors concerned, suffice to
show the revolution that has taken
place in German press conditions.
The first case was a violent attack
ln the anti-semltic newspaper Ham-
men because the kaiser persists in
associating with wealthy Jewish merchants and bankers, particularly Herr
Ballin, manager of tho Hamburg-American Steamship company; Herr Del-
bruch, a Berlin banker, nnd Herr
Kricllander, a coal merchant. The
Hammen declares that the ancient
Prussian nobility will boycott the
court unless the kaiser refuses intimate friendship to Jews.
Tlie second attack, which is mado
by (he Weltam Monlag, Is of a kind
peculiarly offensive to tlie kaiser, being an imputation on his capacity for
generalship. The paper quotes an
article in  wliich Gen. Botinal, of the
[French army says: "If there should
bo war between France and Germany,
lt would be th most fortunate thing
in the.world for us lf the kaiser chose
to be his own general and conducted
the operations himself."
��� ���The Konigsberg Volkszeltting, finally, severally criticized the recent Increase In the kaiser's civil list, declaring that the fact that lie had to
provide for his sons was no reason
for granting the increase.
Returned   Traveler   Brings   Trophies
Out of Arctic Night for Museum of Natural  History.
m'j"
American aad Canadian Scientirta tell ut the
common home fly u the cauae of note diaeaae
toi death than any other agency.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill all the flies and  the  disease
germs too.
New York, July 26.���Northern Labrador as a sportsman's paradise, provided that a hunter is willing to encounter hardships, has a champion ln
Frederick Fortuan, a young man from
Grand Rapids, Mich., who has arrived
here after a winter spent ln the Arctic
night. He came down from St. John's,
I Newfoundland, on board the Florizel,
of the Red Cross line, the skipper of
| which is Capt. Clark.
With Prof. Wilhelm Verbeck, of Indianapolis, Ind.,  Mr. Forman,  who is
the  son  of  a  plow  manufacturer  in
Grand Rapids, went to Labrador last
| September.   They reached Battle Har-
' bor on board the last steamship making that point before tlie Ice shut oft
I navigation, and then made their way
I by sledges to  Nain, the northermost
j settlement on the coast of Labrador.
(While Prof. Verbeck established him-
j self at Nain for the winter, Mr. Forman made his way, with a few Eski-
. mos, 200 miles Into tlie interior.
Game   was   plentiful,   according   to
Mr. Forman, who brought back many
1 walrus tusks and skins.    He will pre-
I sent  his trophies to the museum of
'natural history.    He took north with
jhim loo American-made tlolls, which
he gave to Eskimo children in return
for dolls made of ivory and fur.    His
only regret was that he was unable to
shoot a polar bear.
Prof. Verbeck, who will return soon
from St. John's, spent liis time collecting Eskimo legends. He believes
that civilizing Influences are getting
hold of the natives of the north and
that new conditions will cause them
to forget old folk lore.
A   SHORT   APPLE   CROP.
Yield in Annapolis Valley Half That
of Last Year.
Ottawa, July 28.���A report receded at the Trade and Commerce department today says that the apple crop
In the Annapolis Valley of Nova
Scotia wlll not exceed 400.000 barrels
as compared with 700,000 last year.
Mr. Flood, agent at Barbadoes, reports at length on the flsh trade to
the West Indies and advises shippers
to hold their flsh and await demand
rather than consigning to agents.
BIRD    PECKED    HIS    EYE.
Hugh Ainsbury Has Peculiar Accident.
Bittern Blinds Him.
Brandon  July  2(i.���Hugh   Ainsbury,
of Rapid City, was brought to the hospital  here on Sunday, a victim of a
peculiar accident, from which ho may
lose the sight of an eye.    On  Saturday   Mr.  Ainsbury  flushed  a bittern.
The bird flew up, and, coming In con-
Itact with the tolephone wires, dropped
ito the ground. Mr. Ainsbury advanced
to pick up the bird, thinking it dead.
He no sooner had It In his hands than
ill  ran its bill  right through the ball
of  his  left eye.    The shock  was  so
I great   that   Ainsbury   collapsed,   and
I when  found   later   by   neighbors,  he
wns In a critical condition.    He was
at. once removed to the hospital here.
It Is not known yet whether the eye
can be saved.    ,' ,, . , .
CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE
TO BE TAKEN NEXT JUNE
Comprehensive    Count     of    Canada's
Farm   Crops   and   Animals   to Be
Taken    Next   Spring.
The next census of agriculture wiil
be taken under date of June 1, 1911.
The area, product and value of field
crops harvested in 1910, wlll bo enumerated for fall wheat, spring wheat,
barley, oats, rye, corn for husking,
buckwheat, beans, peas, flax, mixed
grains, hay and clover, alfalfa or lucerne, corn for forage, other forage
cropB, turnips, mangolds, sugar beets,
other field roots, tobacco and hops,
and grass seed, red clover seed and
alsikc seed will be enumerated for
product and value.
Grain and other field crops for the
hai vest of 1911 will be taken by areas
on y, as none of these crops will be
ript at the taking of the census. The
products of these crops will be gathered la tei In the jear fiom the reports
o* correspondents.
Animals and animal products, also
under the head of agriculture, will include the number of horses, three
yours old and over, horses under three
years, milch cows, other homed or
meat cattle, sheep, swine, tin keys,
geese, ducks, hens and chickens and
hives of bees held or owned by each
person at Ihe dale of (he census on
June 1, 1911.
The number of horses, milch cows,
other horned or meat cattle, sheep,
swine and poultry sold In 1910, will
be recorded, as well as tho wool, milk,
home-made butter, home-made cheese,
eggs and honey products of the year,
and the quantities of milk and cream
sent to factory or sold.
Pure-bred animals registered, or
eligible for registration, which are
owned at the time of taking the census wlll be enumerated for horses,
cattle, sheep and swine, but their
number will also be counted with all
other animals.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner ln fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from E. A. Wilmot,
Inspector of dykfs, to Duncan Bell
Hall, bearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 1907, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lylag aad being
In the District of New Westminster,
ln the Pr.)/ ,i ��� ot British Celumhla,
more parti-:'!! irly kaowi uui described as part 3 60 aoea of the southeast
quarter of Beetles 11, Towashlp 3,
Range 29. west et 6th MerUlas.
Tou aad those olalmisg throagk er
������dor yon aad all perseas claiatlag
aay Interest la tha said lart by Tirtae
ef aay uare '���!��>����� instraaeat, aad
all persoas oIi<��t.ibb asy latereet la
the aald iisd hy dec-eat, wheae title
ia aot refieiattMl "titer the previsieas
of the "Laad Be*'ttrr Aot," are required to coatest Ht *:_ .����� ef the tax . ur-
chaser wlthla for'y lv< days from the
date of the .Mt pusloatioa of this
notice upoa tjm sad la default of a
caveat or certlfl.*'.. ef .:s peadeas
being filed w'rlln sue i i crlod, er la
default of relnr.piion nefoid registration, you .nl e��-h ef yea w'li be forever estopped end Oebarud from setting up any i I.In) to o la ifspect of
the said laad, and I ar.a I register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
In fee. And I here)? o.-l������. that publication of this n'.li'-e for thirty days
In a dally new.pi;.-i r, btlshed.la New
Westminster wll I���*, (.ood and suflic
lent servlre In*.',- A
Dated  at the  1 .nd  Registry  Offlce,
New \\'eslmla-tc,-, r*e ''nee o' British
Columbia,  this  :oth  cay of  April   A
D., 1910. '
C. S. KEITH,
1 fstrict Registrar
To Canada Permanent I,oan & Sav
lngs   Co.;   Oppenhelmer   Bros.,   Ltd
Liability; Q, W. Lelshman; J. W Hew!
ton.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
"MONEY   MAKERS"   CONVENE.
Ottawa, July 2(i.���A number of tho
most expert "money makers" In the
United States arrived in the city this
morning and will be here all week.
Among them are the most prominent
!n their lines In the world. They are
here to attend the annual convention
of the Internatlon Stool and Copper
Plate Printers' Union of North America, which opened Its sessions at the
Alexandra hotel. j
Tll'S Is the first occasion on which
tlie convention lias been held In Canada. Most of the visitors are employes of the United States government and big American banknote
firms, all of them being high salaried
mon, as their culling is open to only a
tV*f.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
of the south-east quarter of Section 7
Township 8, Map 628, la thn District
of New Westminster, Cloverdale.
Whereas proof of (he loss ef Certificate of Title Number 12454 F, Issued
in the name of R. T. Wilson Herald
has been  llled In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrst publication hereof, In a daily newspaper published is
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objection be
mode to me ln writing.
C S. KRITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. c, July ��, i9io.
Tenders   for    Royal    Columbian
pital,   New  Westminster. B. C.I
Sealed tenders, addressed to the
derslgned, and marked nn thei
velope "Tenders for Royal Columl
Hospital." will be received a![
offlre of the Secretary, Thomson bl
New Westminster, B. C, until!
o'clock noon, of Monday, the
day of August, 1910.
Plans and specifications mayj
seen at the office of the archltf
Messrs. Birds & Blackmore, 8W|
block. Vancouver, B. C, or at|
Secretary's office, Thomson
New Westminster, II. ('.
Bach tender must be signed I
sealed by all tho parlies to thel
der, and witnessed, and be iq
panied by an accepted cheque
chartered bank, payable to the oi
ef the Board of Managers of the Rl
Columbian Hospital, equal to fl��|
cent of the amount of the tender j
Any person whose tender is act
ed, shall, within one week after
acceptance thereof, sit;n the cona
specifications and other documentl
quired to be signed, and lfi but
of  refusal  or  failure on  the Varl
the party whose tender Is accept*
complete   and   exeuutc   Oie r""!
with the Board of Managers, the
cheque shall be forfeited to the"
of Managers as liquidated datnaW|
such  refusal or failure
The   person   whose   ti nder ��
cepted,   will   be  required to rril|
a  bond   satisfactory   to  the I1"1���!
Managers, equal  to ten per ''<  I
the amount of the contract
The   cheque    deposited   I'!' I1,!
whose  tenders   are   rejected "'j
returned   within   ten   days  BlW
signing of the contract
The lowest, or any tender, not
essarlly accepted. ���.���*
\y. II. KEARji
Secretary  Royal Columbian B""H
P. O.  Box 5!). ,
New  Westminster, B. C, .'-[-
Bio.
District of New Westm
lister-
New Westminster Land O'*'*,"
.,-   Intel"1!
Take notice  that I, T, W��1W
Isslorwl
Abbotsford, B.C., englned
apply to the Chief Comm
Lands at Victoria. B.C, for �� ' ���
to prospect for coal and I"'1" |8,_
and in the following deBcrlDeo - J
Commencing nt n pest ������*%
S. w. corner, planted at      ',���,
corner of Section 82, I"  "��w"' -\
Municipality   of   SumaB,   New
minster   District;   thence no
chains; thence east 80 chains,
south  80 chains;    thence      Dtuj
chains to point of commence"
containing 640 ncres. th|,
Dated at Abbotsford. B.i ������
day of June, A.D., 1910.        ER.
Trv  a  "WANT" ad  I"
It will bring results.
T!ie
'in $'���������
1 **m>��K .SOAV.^LY^IOIO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
VVKBT-
it m I
TBAP&7NBW a ^ tne
follows;
month;
01 Tradi
city I
, ���   ,/   each
hH-'w' .mm-'   on   the    tmrd
:>   ., v, May, August
"Lrsday ' ' ,vp.~ Annual
EjNtn ': L third Thursday ot
1 ,,|nga on 1 '
be
���e.,ruary-    --   ,    , . ,,
Imposed "-"<���
quarterly
wade, ?"'':
'  	
lers   may
ny month
meeting.      C.  H
tary.
PRINTERS.
-toTFR PRESS FOR BVEKY
3TM'Nb ]Jrl',in..     Midget loose
iind of Job pri"    ; Carbon paI)ers.
U lrf��f!,' 0    Box 142-     Old
���hone
. e*s
P.
Block,
Sixtli Btreet.
|AN0 TUNING^
'. |VD ORGANS TUNED AND
SBfb�� your local timer, W. E.
paired W >uDo���   M1  Dublin St.,
llsriin
Mus.
LC15.
Bac.
Tabor aJj5^I5
AGENTS!
���  LAHOK    	
E. n J Sykes), 62 I'owe
"    ver.    P"one   ���';,"���'
tn   all
MA.N'A-
street,
Prompt
orders   for
tancotiv
Wm l  Ring  "s  "P.   wire  or
visit us.
Irite if "nabl'
RULED SUPREME IN
TENANTLESS EMPIRE
HORSE    GROWS    MOUSTACHE.
WATER   ROUTE   TO   CHICAGO.
Pa-
PROFESSIONAL.
EDMONDS
[" ik "columbia street, t
SLffi.   W. J- Whiteside,
,jcmE & BUMUWUo,  HARRIS-
1      -   BOllcltors,   Westminster
street.   New
.tmlnsti" ���  H'
Edmonds.
McQUARRlE &
citors,
H13ALLER,
ijiTlV   ;!i l"ld   b0
-estmlnslei 1     '     Rooms 7 and 8
rner Columbia and
Vancouver   of-
,l    wnjiams   building,   -11   Gran-
K.  ('.   Wade,   K.   C.V.
\v G  McQuarrie, G. E.
CtDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I A BURNETT, AUDITOR ANU
J Tel. li 128. Room,
���estminster Trust Block.	
CPERT ACCOUNT-
i rOR���Agenl for the
. Ilci   R 11 '���'. West-
mjster .        biock, city.
Government   A^ent   Camp- "'"""-;iUei
u   11 ous   mo��stac
bell Returns From Country Over Which He Ruled
His  Master Puts  It  Up  in  Curled
per at  Night.
Xew   York,   duly   28.���A   thirteen-
year-old horse
er of Wallace townsite,  N. J., is at-
ttention by growing a vigor-
he.     The    fringe    hangs
below   the   nostrils   and   has   already
reached the edge of its upper lip. The
loni esl   hair  is three inches and the
adornment   is  as   bushy   as  a  "King
Windy  City  Connected   Up  With
sissippi   River  Route.
Mis
Chicago, July 26.���Chicago is now
connected with St. Louis and other
owned by Victor Trau-j Mississippi river ports with a continuous watercourse deep enough for
barges and other craft of light
draught. The connecting link be-
tween the drainage canal and the old
Illinois and Michigan canal tit Lock-
port was formally thrown open yesterday, and now all is ready for the
Initial voyage of steel barges between
FACE INSURANCE
lit
louse,
Why
You insure your
business holdings, etc., etc
nol your face. M^^^^
The policy of the "Gillette"
is lo insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent.
A Gillette Safety Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your face.
Jtsk or write for our fre* booklet
explaining a hundred and one
things you ought to know about
shaving and the care of your face.
Gillette Sif'-ty Razor 6et conslgts
of liipl<- illver plated lioMi-r that will
lasl a lifetime, with ia double-edged
biadefl (/\ Iceen '''V'--) ni velvet lined
leather t sse.   i'i 1 ���  j
Combination .->cu
$6-5�� to  Jju.uu
-Brush, soap, etc.
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Edmonton, .Inly 26,���After reigning
Bupreme for a whole year In a little
monarchy till his own, away up in the
northwest corner of the Peace River
country, on the B. C. side of the bor-
Bole representative of the
government, where
and agent,
magistrate,
Humbert."   Trauger is putting it up in I Chicago and St. Louis.
curl papers at night and during the      It  is estimated   that  the
day ii looks like a man's well-trained afford   a   channel   without
moustache. ! fear of a lack of water.
link   will
tlie   least
NOTICE.
of
InOGRAPHY    fi.    TYPEWRITING
DUN    HINTING.     ROOM
mis Hlock.   P. 11. Box 694.
fl UM STENOGRAPHY ANU
penning; copy work, business
Iters, etc. Coumbia street. Tele-
lone 62.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  0-   CO.
Estate and  Insurance  Agents���
ty, farm and  Buaurban  property,
and "46 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1-
a 1. ol Spring Btilt-
|-    ���       Button making, press-
!and repalili..    46 Lorne stieet.
Ri -.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
1'AL CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
Band dyer      IS Columbia street,
pone R278    1 ....  place  where  tit*
: and dust Is removed from the
>re���not pressed In.   Goods called
��� and dcllvT'-1,
LIVERY   STABLE.
OP   250   Full
Wrt turnout    The
HACKS  ANU
Fashion   Sta-
FISH   AND
GAME.
PON k AYLING, K1SH, FRUIT,
lame. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
|W to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
E.
KALES. THE FURNITURE
'aw, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
���-t Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Ne 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
1\- LEWTHWA1TE,
2" and upholsterei
"���street   (behind
I ",,m', made  1  repaired
1011 furniture In a
CABINET-
. 4^5 Clark-
Burr block).
Mls-
and oak.
der, as the
British  Columbia
he held sway us Dominion
mining recorder, police
and any number of other official titles^
F. c. Campbell, reached the city today from the north and is a guest at
the Alherta, on his return to Victoria
Ii. C.
Although he acted on behalf of his
government in till of the above-mentioned Offices during the length of liis
autocracy (��� the far north. Mr. Campbell went north chiefly for the purpose ol investigating the possibilities
of the country for the purposes of settlement, In order that the B. C. government may be in a position to meet
conditions, nnd to assist, the settlers
who are expected to pour into that
section within the next few years. Tlie
capital of Mr, Campbell's little monarchy was nt Fort St. John, 600 miles
north of Edmonton, on the Peace
river, and there he maintained his
headquarters while he traveled to and
fro over the entire length and breadth
of his temporary kingdom. During
his year's stay. Mr. Campbell became
thoroughly acquainted with every feature of that country, and there is no
one more optimistic than he as to its
 [future possibilities.
In   the   first    place   Mr.    Campbell
the Companies Btate8  that   there  is  plenty   of   land
j suitable  for agriculture on  tlie IS. C.
1 side of  the  border,  in  the  valley of1
Utile  Bros   & I "le  ''e;K'��  <iver and  the country ad-
jjacent.    The greater part of this land
lis  within  the Peace river  block, the
HEREBY GIVEN that 100-mile  square  block  that   was   re-
Hale  Pros.  &  Ken- talned from the B. C. government by!
one month after | the Dominion government   The great-
1910,  apply  to er part   of  this block  Includes excel-,
for  ap-!ient    agriculture   and    stock    raising
land  and   Mr.  Campbell  believes  that
when  it   is once opened  settlers will
not  hesitate to pour in there.
Arrangements   are   being   made   to
survey   the   Peace   river    block    and
I throw   It   open   for  settlement.    This
may possibly be done next year.
The B. C. government have also regained  a   large  area  outside   of   the
i Peace river block for pre-emption purposes.     Mr.  Campbell believes that  It
; will be some years before this is settled  up, but that settlement is bound
to  come  sooner or  later.    Ile   is   of
opinion  that no great settlement will
take  place  there  until  a  railway  has
been   built   to   the   Peace   river,   and
wagon   roads   have   heen   established
: throughout   the   country.     This   will
toko  some  few  years  to  accomplish.
,/Pn   which  the government  man ex-
, pects an exodus to tlie north.
That the Peace river valley is rich
in coal is a statement of Mr, Camp-
I ell. He states that on the B. C. side
: of the border, along the Peace river.
there is any amount of good coal to be
had. and  it  is easy to mine.
He is also confident that silver and
I copper   in   great   quantities  are  to  be
found  on  the Omineca  river, on  the
other side of the divide, and that the
! coal  on  the Peace river  will  be use-
- ful   for  smelting  purposes  in  mining
, this ore.    He has great hopes for the
future of the entire country, but believes that  it will be some years before any decided movement of settle-
| ment will take place.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
<tiseS accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone Tou.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-
derslgned, and marked on the envelope "Tenders for Sewer," will be received at the ollice of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noon of lhe 26th day of July,
1910, for the excavation, construction,
and completion of a main sewer line
for the Winnipeg shops situated in
Section 5, Tp, 11, Range 4 E., on the
line of the National Transcontinental
Railway, ahout six miles east of Winnipeg, extending from the pump house .
and terminal yard to the Seine River.'8      '
Plans and specifications may he
seen in the office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ont., and in the ollice of
Take notice that I, J. F. Boyd, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In tho followdng described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. B., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 24, ln Township lfi, Municipality of Sumas, .New
Westminster District; tlience north 80
chains; tlience east SO chains; tlience
south 80 chains; tlience west 80
chains to i��)int of commencement and
containing 040 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
day of June,  A.D.,  1910.
J.   F.   BOYD.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, R. A. Tretheway,.
of Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in tlie following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked R.
A. 'I'., N. W. corner, planted at the
N*. W. corner of Section 20, in Township 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District; thence east 81)
chains; thence south 80 chains; thenco
west 80 chains; tlience north 80
cliains to point of commencement and
containing 040 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C.. this 9th
day of June, A.D., 1910.
R. A. TRETHEWAY.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, J. A. McGowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. McG., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 33, in Township 19, Municipality of Sumas. N'ew
Westminster District; thence north
80 cliains: thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains to point of commencement
and containing 040 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day  of June, A.D.,  1910.
J. A. McGOWAN.
Mr,
IN THF  MATTER
Act,   1910,
AND
IN  THE   MATTER  of
Kennedy, Limited:
NOTICE  IS
the above-named
nedy.   Limited,   will
the  7th   day   of   July,
the   Registrar   of   Companies
proval, changing its name to Kennedy
Bins.. Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7.  1910.
B.   S.   KENNEDY,
Secy. Hale Bros. &. Kennedy, Ltd.
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
GOOD
TIME
Woodworking.
FM1N8TER
**���, bank
lultlet
!��il detail Worlt
?��� furnished,
?��r' Works
!J Mr llne.    p
WOODWOHK1NQ
OfflCa inm Htoru  Ilttings;
8;;''r.   showcases,  matueis
Designs and catt-
.1   Brookes,  pro-
Corner  Eleventh
0, box 864, Phone
HANGING  A  DECORATING,
���'tunings
IRUD:
'm. wa
ALL   PAPER,   ROUM
a mi,,���    l;'>"-   a��d Sanltas;
?tt��aJ and8' kalBoralnln
Xtw Westminster
K,   paper
"curat ing.       sixth
WACHIN
E  WUMKS.
to take up a good subdivision proposition is
right now. By the time
you are in shape to put
it on the market, realty
will be active again.
We have 160 acres in
Coquitlam that we can
sell at $90 on good
terms. Subdivided into
5 acre blocks this will
readily sell for .200 to
$250. Small blocks in
this vicinity have already been sold at as
high a figure as $300
per acre.
Think it over and talk to
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
S.   R.   Poulin,  District  Engineer,
St.  Boniface,  Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the form supplied by the I
Commissioners, which may be had I
on application to the Chief Engineer j
at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer |
at   St.   Boniface,   Man.
Each   tender   must   be   signed   and
sealed by all the patties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an  accepted   cheque  on   a  chartered
Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable   to   tlie   order   of   the   Commis- j
sioners  of  the  Transcontinental   Railway, for the sum equal to ten per cent |
(10 p. ct of the amount of the tender. |
Any   person    whose   tender   is   accepted shall, within ten days after the
signing   thereof,   sign   the   contract,
specifications,   and   other   documents
required to be signed, and in any case j
of refusal or failure on tbe part of the \
party whose tender is accepted to exe-1
cute and complete the contract with
the   Commissioners,   the  said  cheque
shall   be   forfeited   to   the   Commissioners tis liquidated damages for such j
refusal   or   failure,   and   all   contract
rights acquired  by the acceptance of |
the tender sliall be forfeited.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders is accepted will he deposited to tlie credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The   cheques   deposited   by  parties j
whose tenders are rejected will be re-1
turned within ten days after the signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order.
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 8, 1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Commissioners will not be paid for It. **
Take notice that I, Alexander John-
\bbotsford, B.C., lumberman.;
intend to apply to the chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and pe- i
troleum on and In the following de-
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post marked A. J., I
N*. E. corner, planted at the N> E. cor.!
ner of Section ?,0. in Township 19 ;
Municipality of Sumas. N'ew Westmln i
ster District; thence south SO chains; j
thence west R0 chains; thence north i
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to |
point of commencement and contain- j
ing 040 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C.. this 9th '
dav  of  June,   A.D..  1910.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Bank lias Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
)
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
DISTURBS   OPERATIC
SYSTEM   OF   ENGLAND
SYNOPSIS    OF   CANADIAN    HOME.-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
in the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded ty any per-
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
��� SCHA
-tailed   .r.,', MU'HINE  WORKS,
minster'   _}\ Mr""'.    New   West-
l��H' ������;,   ?�����facturers of mode
1-TRK EXTINGUISHERS.   THE LAT-
est In (Ire lighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Phone 656.
London, July  26.���The negotiations
which  have been going on for some
i time    between    Gatti    Casazza    and
j Alfred    Salisbury,    representing    the
j Metropolitan opera on the one hand,
I and   Thomas   Quinism,   manager   for
j Thomas  Bereham on the other, have
now  been  concluded  with  the  result
I that an announcement has been made ��V>n' wiio Is" tha sole Head or a tamiiy
jof a  combination  which   amounts  to  Cr ^y maie over 18 yeara 0{ w
I nothing   loss   than   the   complete   up-  the  extent  of  onvHjuarter  section  of
iheaval of the whole English operatic  i_ acres, more or less.
! s\.,<"!',     ,       ,      ,  ,      ,.        , Entry must be maae personally at
Mr. Bereham has taken Drury Lane U, lc4i land office for toe district
theatre, the interior ot winch will be ,��� whlch the ,
. rebuilt by next spring, when the Bere-  by ptosy however,  be made on
hum Opera company with a galaxy of cerU,n    condlti0n8    by    the    l&ltieTi
' stars such as New York is accustomed mother, son. daughter, brother or ets-
to.   but   wliich   ls   unprecedented   ' -���      - ���
1 London. B_ 	
The list of artists engaged include jorm the conditions connected th^re-
Mesdames Melba, Farrar, Mary Mar- WU1) under one of tne following
get, Cavallerl, Olive Fremstadt, Schu- plans:
intin-llelnk.    Alda,    Miunon,    Nevada       (1)    At least six months' residence
Homer,   and    Caruso,   t halt- a_d  cultlviltlon  of  tlle  land on
Dalmores.   Smir noff,   Amato,, ach year fo_. thn,e
Scotti,   Gilbert,   and   Allen   Hta<*lejr.      (|) If th   father ( n     ��� tfle
The  engagement   otnwy   <*���� fathsr is leased)  of the homesteader
artists wus only rendered p SS 1.1,   i��       ,d {>.m
whal   s described as t, deiin te a  11-        ,and requirements
gamation of Mr. Berehanfs forces with as ,o resldenCe b. ^tmei by
the Metropolitan Opera company.        8!lch n reBl(]1        |th   ,    fatber
Not only is the joint engagement of or mother
the artists on some basis of exchange
part   of  the agreement,  but  it  is declared   that   common   possession   will
render avails
of London, N
delphia   and   Boston
scenery, dresses and other stage property.
Timber
B.C. Mills
and Trading
Co.
" T~ i*"-p Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR
FINISH.
PLAIN     AND
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE    STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing*Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  137
Louise
plane.
in
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to per-
their    stock    of
__'H Plant,8"!1*18   """
bared!       and
      srn
machinery,
specification, pre-
Mon
jMENTa
Oltt
L WORKS.
If
01 ,��onin.   |l "'r"r and importer
c "*��� et. 8iit.��,rab,tone��. building
'1W>>W st.''Ml'�� Waranteed
"'��� N��w Westminster.
HOTELS. I
KINO'S HOTEL - COLUMBIA ST,
Phono. Newest nnd mosl up-to-date
in the city. Terms moderate. First-
class cuisine,   .1. Trachy, proprietor.
BIG  OPIUM
IOTEL LYTTON���617 FRON1 ST.
Phone 108. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod k
Watkins, proprietors.
(3) lf the settler has hts permanent
residence  upon   farming   land   owned
-;���-     ..- i,������������0 by him in  the vicinity  of hts borne-
ible for the opera houses gtead .he requlrem(int8 as to resld.enoe
lew York, Chicago, t-nua- my ^ BatUfted  by  residence  upon
the said land.
Six months' notlce In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at  Ottawa of Intention
STILL j to apply for patent.
HAS BEEN  RAIDED j    Coal.���Coal   mining  rights  may   be
 ��� leased   for    a  period of    twenty-one
6.���Federal offl- years at an annual rental of Jl per
till  today. flCre.      Not   more   than   25(10   acres
uncovered Bhall be  leased  to one Individual or
company.      A royalty  at the rate of
captured flve cents per  ton shall  be collected
USB
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket offlce and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancou-
-er.
See the  Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
I
I"
Kansas City, Ju
eers raided a big opium s
said to be tho largest yet
by the government.
The   government   agouti,   ^^^^^
several men, confiscated a large quan- pn"tiie merchantable coal mined
tlty of opium and $36,000 in cash. --' SS52
The raid followed a similar one
made in St. Louis recently. The opium
is believed to have come via the "underground route" from Mexico.
^^^^^^       W. W. CORY. '
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior, j
N.R.���Unauthorized   publication   or
this advertisement will   not be paid
POR SALE
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists"
. PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
No Flies On
Your Cattle if you use our
Imperial Cattle Wash. Apart
from saving the cattle from
flies you increase the supply of
milk in milch cows. Cows can't
fight fles and produce milk.
$1jD0 gallon.   Try a 25c bottle.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectaeles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;    Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
I
Where Do You
Breakfast ?
The   "Royal   Cafe,"   is
tne only   reasonable   answer.       Why ?      First,
Everything there is   neat
and   clean.     Second,   the
food  is  cooked  to   make
you hungry.    Third, the
service is switt   and   our
waiters   are   obliging.
Fourth, prices   are moderate,   But why enumerate   all    the    advantages,
W?  gpuld   eount to  a
hundred  and  not he finished.    Come  tomorrow
morning.
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
Chief Constable Burr, of Ashcroft,
B, C, was In the city yesterday on
business.
.Miss Maud Iiardwick, of the City of
London hospital, has joined the- staff
of the  Westminster Private hlspital.
-Miss Hazel Sinclair leaves today
for Kamloops, where she will spend
the next two weeks visiting her patents.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. **
Steamer Transfer will make Sun-
' day afternoon trips to Steveston
during the fishing season, fare $1.
Boat leaves Westminster at 3 p. in..
returning leaves Steveston at t!:30
p.  m. **
Mr. and Mrs. P. Peebles are away
on a short trip to Victoria, Seattle
and other points.
P. Burns & Co.'s meat market will
be closed all day on Wednesday; public holiday. *���
Most of the stores down town were
open last night on account of today
being declared a holiday.
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Furniture. **
Two drunks appeared In the police
court yesterday. One was allowed to
go but the other was mulcted of tlie
usual $2.50 and costs.
The  management of the  Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only Is
( served there. **
J. A. Rennie has been appointed act-
I ing city clerk during the absence of
W. A. Duncan, who will leave on his
holidays in a day or two.
Threo hundred and fifty dollars will
buy a lot and build a cottage at White
l Rock.    White, Shiles & Co. wlll tell
I you how. **
t The International Correspondence
, I Schools of Scranton, Penn., will have
a display of their books and instruments in McQuarrie Bros.' window
next week, when R. O. Stevenson will
be in charge.
Davies greenhouse Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
A meeting of the Liberals of the city
ancl district will be held In the Lib-
I eral   club   rooms   tomorrow   evening,
j commencing   at   eight   o'clock,   when
matters   of   considerable   Importance
\ are to be discussed.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
A bundle containing a quantity of
men's clothing was found by the police in the bushes close to Eleventh
street   and   Fifth   avenue   yesterday.
i The outfit was taken to the police sta-
| tion, where it may be claimed by the
I owner.
Call on W, E. Fales for prompt
delivery on parlor, bedroom, kitchen
or any  house furnishings. ������
Sergeant Murray, of the provincial ;
police at Victoria, came over yester-1
day and removed thirty prisoners from
the provincial jail here to the Victoria institution. This will consid-1
erably relieve the congestion in the;
local jail.
Pot   plants   ancl   fresh   cut   flowers ]
at Tidy's store.    Phone IS 1. **   j
The Hassam Paving company yes-
terday finished paving the devil strip |
all the way up Columbia street. There
are still a couple of places on the
street where the sidewalk has not |
been put down and these will have
to be completed before the contract
is  finished.
C. C. Lyle, the young man accused
of seducing a girl under the age of
sixteen years, was found guilty by
Judg" Howay yesterday and sentenced
to eighteen months in the provincial
jail. W. F. Hansford acted for the
crown and Joseph Martin, M. P., defended the prisoner.
Swimming, boating, bathing and
cool breezes at White Rock. Have
you a summer cottage there?
E. B. Paul, grand master of the Masonic order in British Columbia, will
constitute Lewis Lodge No, 57 on August 8, when a number of representative members of the order will lie in
tlie city. Lewis lodge was established
in this city on May L'4, 1903, but has
not yet received its charter.
Edison records for August now on
sale at J. H. Todd's Music House. **
Some excitement was caused at tlie
Merchants hotel last evening about
ten o'clock, when a man sitting in a
chair in the sitting room suddenly
collapsed and fell to the floor. The
police and Dr. Kenny were summoned,
but the latter decided that his services were not very badly needed aud
the man was taken to the city lockup  In the ambulance.
The train service to White Rock
Is most convenient for campers; the
business man can be in town by breakfast time. Three trains leave there
for New Westminster ln the afternoon
and evening, arriving at 2:50, 6:25 and
0:21 p. m. Trains for White Rock
leave New Westminster at 8:15 and
10:30 a. m.; 4:30 p. m. and midnight. **
Engineer Blackman, Mayor Lee and
Aldermen Gilley, Smith, Bryson and
Gray paid a visit to the Lulu island
bridge yesterday to see if they could
evolve some means of. getting into
tlie operating room below the bridge
without having a hatchway in the
middle of the roadway. City P3ngineer
Blackman had suggested a side staircase and had submitted plans for that,
but some of the aldermen thought
and a better way might be found,
Alderman Gray suggesting that a
room be built over the bridge after
the style of the one on the big bridge.
Tiiis would be more satisfactory from
every point of view but would cost
more. Nothing definite was decided on.
i
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STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
SiS Ul
���^ CANADA
Head Office   -   Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
ESTABLISHED 1864.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E.  R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
ALWAYS:
A nice  line of
TOILET WATERS, VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring  necessities���
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS,  ETC.
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T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane Block���Four Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted	
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
New Westminster Branch,
H. C Adams, Mgr.
Some Special Snaps
m
-THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY-
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350 each.  Terma.
10 lots extending from First to Second Btreet. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.   Term*.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Take   Advantage   Of
Alteration Sale Prices
Our big sale continues this week. As the piles of sale goods disappear
new lines arrive or further reductions are made on lines that are not moving
Nothing in the store but what feels the effect of the reductions. Low prices
have moved more goods in this month than ever before in the same time.
The last week of our big sale will afford you greater saving opportunities
than ever.
American Tailored Waists, $2 Each
We have had several shipments of these stylish American tailored waists. Each lot lias been sold out In a few days alter their
arrival. We predict for this new assortment as quick a sale as
any previous display. Six styles only. Pleats and tucks aro special features in all. Stiff collars and cuffs. Sizes :t4 to 40. un
Sale, each       *2-00
One Lot Table Covers, Each $2.95
gj . Regular   $3.50   to   $4.25.
An odd lot consisting of tarestry covers, 2 yards square and 2 hy
2'/3 yards. Colors, cardinal, green, blue and dark hrown combinations. Also one red chenille cover 2 by 2% yards. Regular $t.r.o
Your choice of the lot, each    $2.95
One Lot Tapestry Table Covers,
Half Price
Eight only, heavy tapestry table covers.  2'-i to  I>Va  yards  long.
Green and cardinal grounds, with neat patterns. Prices are marked
in plain figures.    Regular $4.50 to   $6.00,     Your choice   at   exactly
half price.
One Lot Art Muslins and Curtain
Scrim, 8c Per Yard
Regular Values to 15c.
About IB odd ends and pieces   of   colored   art   muslins,   colored
scrims, white   and   cream   scrims, spot muslins, and lace edge scrim.
Widths 27 to 48 inches.   The lot,   per  yard    8c
30 Dozen Men's Fine Cashmere and
Wool Socks, 25c Per Pair
Regular Values 35c.
This lot must be cleared out at once. Men who care for a nice,
fine cashmere or a ribbed worsted sock will do well to step Inside
and secure a summer's supply. It is seldom we have anything on
sale for the men. Our hosiery sections contains excellent values in
good, substantial hosiery and this bargain for the men folk Is one of
the indications of our efforts to please them. Sizes are 10 to 11
inches; in black, tan and fancy worsted. Regular values H5c. Sale
Price, per pair      25c
Clearing a big lot
of Summer Muslins
10c per yard
Regular Values ID to 25c.
Last week we cleared out
a large quantity 0f odd
lengths. At the same price
this week we place with the
few pieces remaining Borne
30 pieces more, making them
all the same price. There
are light and dark colored
gingham dimities and fancy
muslins. Your choice of tlie
lot at, per yard  10c
Women's Hosiery
35c per pair
Regular 50 to 75c Values.
Odd pairs of every description. Colored l.islo, lace
and plain, black Lisle, plain
and embroidered, and lace
effects. We must clear out
this odd lot before the end
of the month. All sizes. On
Sale, per pair  35c
'. S. COLLISTER & CO.
to**
Westminster Garage
CARNARVON AND SIXTH ST.,   NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
NOW OPEN WITH A FULL STOCK OF
Automobile Accessories
All Makes of Cars Repaired
Prompt Attention to Tire Troubles
Cars Stored and Cleaned
CALL   AND   SEE   US
Phone 354
JOHN DOBSON, Mgr.
Killed  by  Lightning.
Richlbucto,  N.   B.,  July  26. ���Mrs.
Martin, of Boston,  who was  visiting
her   sister,   Mrs.   Ephralm   Phllhurst,
was   killed   by   lightning   yesterday
while sitting in the home of her sis-   and will put them In operation.   They
tei
Englishmen  Buy  Mills.
New burg,   July   l!fi.���It   ls  reported
that the  Crossleys, of  England,  rug
and carpet makers, have bought tho
extensive  Grovellle  mills  at  Fishklll
have been closed many yeara,
crop
Crop  Outlook  ImprovlnS-
nlpeg,  July 26.���Tl
s improving, accor
i of the Canadian N
way issued today, which ���� ,,��������
many wheatflelds arc in *V ,*M
Uiou,   In some districts-i'"���">
Winnipeg, July 28.-11������ tfl ��
look ls improving, acc<>r<i'��^ rgir
report of the Canadian NO   '     A

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