BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Aug 19, 1910

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0317196.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0317196.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0317196-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0317196-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0317196-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0317196-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0317196-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0317196-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0317196-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0317196.ris

Full Text

 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NUMBER 171.
Camping
"WHIT �� ROCK," THE  PLACE
!f ^i|TE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Harbor master
states his case
n VV. Shiles j Places Blame
for Bridge Wire Trouble
on Gardner Johnston.
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. ('., PIRDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1910.
PRICE  FIVE
;ts.
��*fS,lffi*B "ER W VISIT
���S ,0""   "~ TH NEXT WEDNESDAY
Harbor Muster B. W. Slilloa, who Is
,t present In Ottawa, hpmoyrard
^imi after a ate months' trip through
(l,e Boufllern and eastern atatea, has
forwarded the following in reply to R.
Gardner Johnston's statements to the
.fleet that he had not been consulted
fflth reference to the erection of the
hlsh power wires over the Westminster bridge:
��� Wil', regard to the wires across
He Westminster hridge. All I can say
Is that after receiving the application
ot (be B. C. E. R. from the depart-
meni of murine and fisheries at
Ottawa to report on. 1 tried my best
lo pet Information with regard to the
height of ships' masts.
"In talking  the  matter  over
Resident   Dominion   Engineer
Keefer he advised me to go to
couver and consult  K. Gardner
ston. Lloyd's agent, and I did
Civic Auditor  Sends Letter
to "Fighting Joe" Dealing Premier Finally Agrees To Wishes of Liberal. Or Thi. City
With Tax Sales.
The following letter has heen forwarded to loa~_ Mustta, K.G., by
Moses U. Cotsworth, civic anditor, in
reply to a spicy communication penned by "Fighting Joe" a few days ago,
and dealing with the auditor's work:
To Joseph Martin, Esq., K.C,
Member of the British Parliament
for East St. Pancras, Loudon.
Hug., now staying lu Vancouver.
Sir.���A.     Your     disgraceful     letter
and District���Mass Meeting To Be Held, Probably
At Queen's Park��� Big Reception Planned
���������������������������������������������������
���
Robert Jardine,
Will make trip to your town
aa desired for short meeting.
Pardee';
with
G.  A.
Van-
John-
so.
*******aa****a***
Tlie above telegram received from
Victoria yesterday afternoon by
dated August 13, 1910, addressed to Robert Jardine indicates that tho et-
His Worship John A. Lee, mayor ot i forts put forth by the Liberals of New
New Westminster, has been referred Westminster to induce Sir Wilfrid
t0 me- x    l Laurier  to   visit   this  city   before   Te
l:     The city council  will  later re- i turning east have*at last been successful.   The premier   will   be   here
cord its opinion respecting your dis
tortlons and the outrageous epithets
you so unwarrantably hurl at a pro-
vlnclal and civic officer, whilst he is
striving to do a very difficult duty for
this city.    Meantime 1  have to deal
on
Wednesday of next week, but at what
time he will arrive Is not known.
On Wednesday a deputation from
this city aud tlie districts adjoining
waited on Sir Wilfrid at the Vancou-
for Sarnia, Ont., who Is ln charge of
the trip, with the result that it was
decided to spend a short time here.
Sir Wilfrid will probably address a
mass meeting at Queens park, either
on the oval or, if the weather is unfavorable, lu one of the exhibition
buildings.
A meeting of tlie Liberals of this
city has been called for this evening,
when details of the premier's visit
and of the big reception to be tendered him will be discussed. The meeting will be held in the Liberal club
rooms, above the Daily News office.
GREAT WELCOME EOR
LAURIER IN VICTORIA
Premier of Canada Tendered
Big Reception in Parliament Buildings.
WESTMINSTER EC IS
THE KIIMIKJ i CUP
Amateur Lacrosse Championship of Coast Leaves
Royal City This Year.
Victoria, Aug. 18.���Victoria was
looking her best yesterday when tlie
steamer Princess Charlotte, with Sir
Wilfrid I>aurier, premier of Canada,
on board, steamed slowly Into port.
He was greeted at the C. P. It. landing by a large and enthusiastic crowd.
There  was a  record    passenger    list,
some 1000 people being on board, and Ibcen almost a disgrace,
those waiting to see the premier had |    For the lirst half the Westminster
In a game which clearly demonstrated that Vancouver had a better-
team than New Westminster, the
amateur seniors last night went down
and out and lost the Kilmarnock Cui��
by being beaten five to four. Had it
not been for the marvellous work ot
Munn  in  goal  the score  would  hav��
to restrain tlieir natural Impatience
while the crowd came off first. The
bridge    was    gaily    decorated      with
players a liitle better than held their
own, and the score at the end of that
time was two all.    In the third quar-
flowers. On the viaduct, at the end ter the Westminster men began to
of the gangplank, which was massed weaken, but the defence managed ta
with palms, the distinguished visitor j keep Vancouver down and Kenny
received the official welcome and the  scored the only goal of the quarter.
The mayor  and  council, the board ! freedom of the city.   This was handed  In the final spasm the chances of the
with  the facts and your gross abuse ! ver hotel, the Westminster men being
(to whfcjta    1  now    reply)   consultation  with  P.  F.  Pardee,
raises   the   Berioua   uues-1
of  my   work  of  which   vou   know  so '
little.
C. You were entirely wrong in assuming that there had ever been ihe
slightest thought or remotest intention to bring any charge against you,
until tlie arrival of your letter of
August 13,
necessarily
tion as to whether you are to be
charged with writing libellous statements concerning me to tlie mayor ���
and council by whom 1 am profes- ���
slonally employed. :���
I). It is not for me to ascertain ���
what Influenced you to make thai ���
grossly unfair attack upon me. 1 ���
have to judge of its Injurious effects ���
after coming from you as a former ���
premier of this province, a King's ���
council, and member of the British *
House of Commons. ���
E. For direct reference, I number
your paragraphs from l to 16 and explain that pails of the issues between
us below:
F. The   purpoi t   of  my   paragi ..
2'M    is   understood   between   us   now
that   >ou   explain in your   paragraph
three  that  second  purchase  of  $600
was   included   in   $1000  record  at  the
���Mr. Johnston told me that 160 feet
was high enough and further that he
would Btake his reputation on it. Consequently I reported to the department recommending that the wires be
jtrung at a height not less than 1*>5
(ee! lrom high water mark.
"This is the whole thing so far as
I am concerned. I am ready at any
Hue to make a declaration to this effect, notwithstanding what Mr. Johnston says."
B. W. SHILES.
Owin. to Mr. Shiles having been
travelling considerably for the past
le�� months, it had been Impossible to
f. dews on this subject before,
Ui iddress not being known. This is
big firsl  opportunity  <>f  placing  bis
|l ���      the question before the public.
Igh power wire controversy is
1 gi ttl old now. but appears to be no
Dearer a solution than it was months
;.. i ii Mr. Johnston made his
il ems to the effect thai be had
Dot advised tbe stringing of the wires
at a height of 160 feel, his remarks ,
toe ti. the effect that he did not re- land registry on June 8, 1906, though
i.    ���       dng anv conversation with   thai it  is not clear from the original
Robert Jardine, George Kennedy, J. S.
Bryson A. E. Kellington and E. Goulet. The claims of this city were put
forward so convincingly and with such
force that Sir Wilfrid' promised he
would attend If he could possibly do
so.    On tlie wav to Victoria he held j
M.P.
of trade and kindred bodies will be
asked to co-operate In the welcome
which is to be tendered to the distinguished visitor.
Arrangements will be made with
the B. C. E. It. for the running of
special cars on all lines to accommodate the crowds expected to flock into
the city for this occasion. A big contingent from Eraser Mills ls sure to
greet the premier on his arrival here.
George Kennedy and E. Goulet will
attend to the sendiug out of Invitations throughout the city und district.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
him   by his worship   Mayor   Morley, j local players looked remarkably bright
who was accompanied by a number of ; when   Swanson  bored  the   rubber  ir*
city   aldermen,   while   representatives ] one minute and fifteen seconds after
of the Liberal association were    also .the whistle blew,
present. ;    After that the Vancouver men play-
After what seemed an endless time,; ed as if they had it all arranged be-
the patience of the crowd was at' forehand. They wasted no time;
length rewarded, and, wearing a long ] Matheson in one minute: Peacock io
black coat and a black Derby. Sir) forty seconds aud Matheson again ia
Wilfrid came slowly over the biidge,  two minutes carried the hall down the
escorted by the mayor. The crowd
restrained its enthusiasm in what has
come to he regarded as a characteristically Biitish manner, but there was
no doubt as to the warmth of Its welcome.   Bowing and raising his hat the
field and put it in    in spite    of    tha
feeble attempts of the defence.
With one goal to the good the visitors rested on their ostis. They played
rag in a manner that was the envy
of some of the seniors on  the fence.
Cholera in Italy.
Bail, Italy, Aug . 18.���The
latest report on the outbreak
of Asiatic cholera In the province of Bar! Delle shows that
there have been thirtytwo
deaths. The authorities are
taking energetic measures to
cope with the scour;;?.
���
���
���
���
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Lockout in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Aug. IS.���Notice
was served today on union
labor employees in the building trades in Winnipeg that a
lockout would be enforced by
the building cont'actors tomorrow. Thousands of men will
be effected.
��� a
piemier stepped into the handsome but their passing was quick and close
motor brougham of the lieutenant- ��nd the Westminster defence could
governor, which was waiting for him,  not open up for a moment without th��
visitors  becoming dangerous.
During the entire third quarter,
af-
and was driven slowly up to the Empress hotel,   the   band of   the   Fifth
militia leading the way, playing appro-  ter the scoring of Swanson's goal, the
prlate musical selections.    On his ar-   Westminster borne seemed to be suf-
rlval at the hotel, where another big  feiiiu   from  extroversion.    They   did
crowd awaited him. a company of boy I nol reem to be able to work in at ail
scouts swung their hats on tlieir staffs'. The passing became erratic, the     in.
and gave him    a hearty    boyish    wel-|ners tiled  and Vancouver  had  tilings.
���������������������������������������������������,���������������������������������������������������
FITT RIVER WASTE LANDS   BAN HEAVILY FINED FOR
ARE Tfl BE RECLAIMED STARTING BUSH FIRE
come. Sir Wilfrid, who was accompanied by Hon. G. Graham, minister of
railways; F. F. Pardee, M.P.; E. Macdonald, M.P., and Hon. Senator Gibson,  then went  to his  private  suite,
all tlieir own way.
History surely did repeat Itself. In
I two other games this year the local
[men have had the game won and then
'in the last quarter have been    emu-
H    i Mai ter shiles on
ami thai if he had been asked for an
"���    ���  bs would have said 360   tail      ' 160 feet.
the subject. I registry's    abstract    from    wliich     1
I REMAINS
BADLY OVERCROWDED
Wl ote.
G, I must, however, make clear
thn fact that the |600 lot waa not purchased from the city, nor is it Included in the main Buject I was then writing upon, nauioly the $6250 listed ey
Messrs. Hankey & Co., of Vernoi . ir
lot 1, block 4. Sapperton, about   ..nich
Surveys  Have  Been Taken with View
to Draining Big Stretch of Lsnd
Near Port  Hammond.
the waste lands be-
Coquitlam     Resident    Pays    $50
Costs for Kindling Fire Without
a License-
where he received a deputation from  pletely swamped by the superior stay-
the Liberal association and rested,      lug power of the visitors.
The reception in tlie evening at the The . ane wis very free from rough-
parliament buildings was a magnlti- ness, Referea C. D. Peele only having
cent aft! ir. Tl S Illuminations were I to hand out two yennlties during tha
splendidly  carried  out  and  hundreds
I'
Krnest Fisher, of Coquitlam, appear
and of spectators crowded the walks oi
j the gardens around tbe building's.
About 5000 attended the reception,
and the Invitation having been general
it was a very representative gainer-
ing. Beautifully gowned society
women brushed shoulders with those
In humbler walks of li:'e aud the black
(Continued on  Pane  Five.t
Fifty two  Patients   at   Present   Under
Treatment���Several Deaths in
Institution in July.
Tlie following Is the report of cases
trenn.1 |n t|ie R0yal Columbian hospital during July. The average number ol cases remains about tne sume
~l the building is still badly overcrowded,
Number of patients In hospital, July
'������ii. discharged, .8; died, 7; admit-
��d during July, ��6; remaining July
���l.<3; number of patients treated
��K J��ly, U7; number of
"_���**-������ al maternity cottage, 16; num-
Jw Of hospital days, 854; received
mm paying patients, $1180.06; num-
��� 0| patients In hospital today.
August 17   52
A large pari
tween Pitt rher and Port Hammond ed in the police court yesterday on a coats of the many Methodist ministers
will soon be made as good as any lan.1 I charge of starting a fire in the bush present contrasted pleasantly with the
in   the  district   .t  the  plans  of    tha  without a license.    He pleaded guilty  scarlet and gold lace of ths govern-
carried to  to the charge and was fined $50 and  ment officials.
LACK OF PUPWOOD IS
NOT TROUBLING OUTERS
the-v wrote then Mayor Koary.    There-
.        ...  . ��cnn m��a<< nr��t ho allowed to   piovfcclal   government  are
":*'    l;"  5 "' completion.    Much of the land there'costs.   The penalty was rather severe, \    The entrance of Sir Wilfrid Laurier
lies very low and It was considered ! but the crown Umber agent has come shortly after 9 o'clock, accompanied
hopeless to attempt to drain It, but at j to the conclusion that the only way by Premier McBride, was the signal
the urgent request of some of ths to Impress upon the public that they for enthusiastic applause. The dis
resWests there the government de-1 must eiercise extreme caution ln set-' tisgulshed visitor took up his stand
elded to see. what could be done.        ting Area at this time of the year was is the legislature chamber, where    a I
As a result some surveyors under j to have them summarily dealt with ia  very  large number of those present' Policy of the government of the Prov
the direction of H. Nevile Smith,    of  the police court. ! filed through to meet him.   Through-1 ince  of  Quebec,   prohibiting  the  ex-
obscure the issue, hut must In fairly |
testing my statement, be rightly excluded from just consideration ol your
Joint purchase with Mr. Weart, of S. 4.
lot 1 iexcept the S. E, part), from the
city for .400.
H     That to be more precise  (now
been
Despite the New Policy of the Coverrv
ment the  Sale  of  Pulpwood   Has.
Been  Poor, Says Consul.
Washington,
Aug.  IS.���Despite  thai
that meMurem^rtet^r*^0^�� oHJ^  New Westminster! were sent out and;    The case  is  the  flrst of the Und out the long and trying_ ordeal,   the |portatlon of pulpwood cut on Crown
have to be done and the present  fires  would  soon  decrease
marked by the playing of the national
two years before.
1.    Vou state In the mlddlie 0 f your ; ^iJJ^gfitam "0Y "the Pitt Meadows j    At present there are no fires which I anthem.    Delicious refreshments were
paragraph three   \ve w,��snj^�� VVoi;l |mi,   have to be deepened and a new . are causing any    trouble    with    the! served and throughout the evening a
[crown timber lands.    Some of the old! capital orchestra dispensed dellghtfu'
���g   ju.,   p. ,,..i..y.   >..--.     ��� - -, "..       west-  min   have to be deepened and a n.
%t��,;!,����"�� S, **&**-*%*V*\T5\
lS^'l I    M. J. TURNBULL,
Acting Lady Superintendent.
At the regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday, Mrs. Pearce, L, A. Lewis
""' \   J    Johnston,   who were   the
"smbers i I the vlBltlng committee for
jj"' Pasl   month,  reported   that  they
j1'1 laid rrequeni   visits to the hos-
flliU :il"l had found everything satis-  soon, that
,ill"i>    Mrs, Broad, J. .1. Jones and
��� j*  Lewis were appointed on  tho
'8, for the ensuing month.
the  time  of  the  meeting
Much
would advance in value
Now that admits the gist of my report and remark respecting you. be-
bause yourself and Mr, Weart were 1
understand, the senior partners In the
linn of Messrs. Martin. Weart A: MC.
Quarrle, who were appointed on
February 27, 1905, as solocltors to the (
citv  of  New   West minster.
j     yourself    and    Mr.  Weart  were
,���������  B0 fully  convinced by  then  developing conditions that the S. 4. lot 1,
land the City had would rise in value
you   as solicitors, bought  It
' lients, the citizens of New
wneieas  1  submit    toa.1 ',
e faithfully served
he'ones are still smouldering and wlll no ' music,   among   the   violinists   bains
engineers   have   now   been
forwarded I doubt continue to do so until there Is
to the government at Victoria and will
be considered there before any action
is taken.
a heavy downpour of rain, but the recent shower was sufficient to subdue
most of the Ures In the vicinity.
VANCOUVER BEBEKAIIS       j RAILWAYS HAVE SHUT OFF
COME OVER AS SURPRISE!  ALL KUNTINODON STREETS
"Competent authorities say," reports Mr. Willrich, "that only ahout
15 per cent of all the pulpwood cut
ln this province was cut on Crowa
lands. This percentage, while not
considerable, was sufficient to prevent
,    ,.,,,.,       , , ,, ithe sale at a fair price of large quan-
guest of the Libera   association execu-   ....        ,        . r,       . , . .
6, .     ,    ,   , ,  ,���,   titles of  such   wood  cut   on   private
live,  who took  him on a    auto drive   ,__.      ,, . ,   , .  ,   , ,b ,
,.���       .     ,���,     e i i i, i lands, which has accumulated iu large
to different pouts of interest through-'
Senor Perelra, of Vancouver,
This morning Sir Wilfrid was
the
Was
consumed by a discussion of the
���'is submitted
U.  There
lengths
i" leavi
tande
pile
"ley v.  .
fMlclpated bv
Ier a
elded
date,
.hose presenl at the meeting were
H^ '"i"1 J. .1. Johnston, ln the chair;
Lewis j'd'- Ml'8, FerBMon. ������>��� A-
J*cl 8, s
Keary,
from your c
w estminster
you would have mor.
them by advising the city council to
at the heavily taxed cltl-
have  received    the
reduced    taxation,    they
hold It ho thi
for the new hos- sens might late*
were fifteen opened, but   benefit     in
higher  than  had  been  could have thus realized now.
the committee and af- j     K.    1 neither stated nor suggested
discussion   lt.  was  do-  that you had (low      .      ^   ^   ^ ^
Beulah  Lodge   Room   Invaded  by Terminal   City   Sisters.   Provided
with Eatables and Mucic.
The members   of Beulah   Rebekah
the willing victims of   a
Inconvenience    Caused    to
WiII Be Brought to Attention of
Commissioners in September.
out the city.   On his return to the Empress  he received a deputation  from
the board of trade, heard the representations of the Fenian raid veterans
and   received  a  deputation  from   the
Victoria Trades and Labor council. He
! lunched at government  house, where
I be met a small number of Victoria's
Residents  prominent citizens.
The city ls gaily decorated and
illuminated in honor of the distinguished visitor.    A huge   maple   leaf
I with  Canada  written beneath    forms
quantities.     Despite   the   new   policy
of  the  government,  the   market   toi~
pulnwood has been poor."
The report further states that ther
second largest article of export from
Quebec ln 1809 was wood pulp, representing a value of nearly a, million dollars. The value In lflu9 waa
$949,649, an Increase in two years of
over 100 per cent. The exports of the
product to Great Britain ln 1!I01>
amounted to $847,176; to Prance $S2,-
^1S, and to the United States $1! .001)..
them over till a later
1  Jones, H. T. Kirk, Archl-
Hhds and Secretary \V. H.
T       Want to  Pick Team.
Moodv   Wl" be " r��0,t,al1 practice at
All oi/'1,"1'"' Um|Klu  "'  Blx o'clock.
the citv    yer" iltui "ny new one8 in
MtbelH8 ru'l,10S,('d  to be present
on their n   8 *""1(1 llk0 t0 Ket a llne
to'Blble       manant ieam as soon as
anything Illegal in
ui'ut  wherein 1 differ from
,he sense of duty, on   the    conti.ii>
paragraph W9 makes clear D
also  applicable  to  you.  tha
all after holders of
have collectively
come  entitled
lodge were
When the    railway    commissioners
meet in Vancouver in September they
when about will have n problem from Huntingdon
the principal design ln  the illumlna- a decrease from 138.700 in  1998.
tlons   on   the   parliament   buildings,'    In contrast to the foregoing Hgures.
are the export figures for pu.pwood.
all of which is taken by the United
States because  Its  bulk prevents ex-
my view as
t  "he and
these  properties   made themselves
be-!
to
taken or    have
take  by  il��Ke  legal
means tha. accruing value" wb^ the
olt, l08t me opportunity of  ����"'""���
the    citizens   developei
surprise parly last night
seveuty-llve of the    members   of the to solve.   There the C. P. R. and V..
Vancouver Kebekahs came over from  v.   &   R   railroads,   wliich   run   right
ti,-. Terminal Citv on a special car and  through the centre of the town, have  premier how  heartily  he ls welcome
' t ,lomc ln tlle i0dKe shut off all the streets BO that there to this distant outpost of the Empire.
are only one or two crossings ln tho
which are gay with flags. The floral
decorations at the big public reception
were probably the finest that have
ever been seen In Victoria. In a
word, from start to linish, nothing has
been left undone    to show    Canada's
tame
derived    at
Th
at ti
Rifle Shoots.
how*"1'11'"hl'*'   Ulfl
whilst    '    '" ������" ���'���"'"    "':''
value, not you.
i      l notice that    you
R-Sffwr��s _\t��>z
ness  and   Und   It
is
e association  .      '    ,   ... examination
"  ���  ."^petition  shoot; "��WjJ ff�� Bal���    -
every    ��"RCH on Saturday    and   on
���*'ur<lay      following      until
The shoot
at tho ranges across
Tl,
"wnksnui       '      louowing      until
Wnrt J ,s n��V.   Tha shooting will
��>er.V P'm'
vm-9**-******    --
still forest land
intowtWhW Phaser will have tt
clear his way. .      .,,,
M.    Knowing those   ^^.$
which    showed
room.    The visitors
with refreshments and music
most enjoyable time was    spent
twelve o'clock,  when the special car
went  buck to Vancouver.
During  the evening    Mrs.
provinchtl president of the RebekahSi
1 -   noble   grand   of   the
Miss Hoss, noble
Kebekahs,
provided
and   a entlre 1>laoe-
till
Hanna,
Mrs.
Btrevens,
lodge at Kamloops
tn-nul of the    Vancouver
and Miss Godfrey, noble grand of the
Vancouver lodge^ all^ave shor ^ ^ H1mtlflgdon lo colnlnence the
Kkahs and some of the prominent  *<���"*
This has aroused vigorous opposition on tho part of the residents and
tho provincial government bus taken
it up. The government has Instructed
H. Nevile Smith, civil engineer of this
city, to make surveys of the grades
and crossings In Huntingdon and the
result of his findings wlll be placed
befoie the commission.
A party of surveyors was yesterday
local Odd Fellows.
Sugar Goes  Up.
NfW York. Atif. IR.���All grades of
,    n��^'��nirar were advanced ten cents opened    up
P!!!lnMrS^drTpoundstcnlsy.fiome grades French Use. according
(Co^rnucTon Pag. **) were advanced twenty cents.
and how the clU����H
New Orleans to France.
New Orleans,    Aug.   17.���A   direct
steamship  service  between   New  Orleans and   Dnnkirk,   France, wlll be
next    October    by    the
to announcement made here today.
portatlon across the ocean. In 11(08
there were exported to the United
States 30,479 cords, valued at $17��,-
6(12 ;ln 1909, 80,781 cords, valued at
$ti25.327. Exports declared at this
consulate of pulpwood by water ns well
as jy lull show a value of $63(1.186
during 1908, and of $1,180,029 la 1909.
making an increase of $543 843 for
last year.
'I lie ir.emheiB of the Royal Templars of Temperance will make an exclusion to Langley on the steamer
Paystreak this evening, the boat leaving the B. C. BJ. It. wharf at 7:30 p.m. Malins Makes High Score,
and returning shortly before midnight Playing for the Vancouver- club
A number of Vancouver Templars aro against the Vancouver Cricket club,
expected over to take part in the ex- Arthur Mallns, of this city, on Wed-
curslon. The proceeds of the enter-. nesday played a splendid Innings for
prise will be applied to the purchasing sixty-two runs, being the highest
of uniforms and rifles for the Juven- scorer on either side.   The Vancouver
ile Royal Templars.
club defeated the cricket club by 37"
runs, the respective totals being 237.'
and 200.
Mayor  Oaynor  Improving.
New York,    Aug. 18.���Mayor   Oay-
nor's pbyslciais say the repot t   that
Patten's Seat Is Sold.
New York, Aug. 18.���James A. Pat-
the   lodgment    of the bullet    ln the ten's seat on the New York Stock Ex-
throat  was  censing  paralysis  ls  not  change, which he bad beld since 1898.
true.   Gsyaor is Improving. WM sold yesterday for $70,000.
a PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. AUGUST lo  ...
I
f_ i
M
_
8
m
IV
���i
-A
Gassified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
WANTED���FIVE   OR   SIX   ROOMED   0ver  Merchants  Bank.  Cor. Columbia
cottage, unfurnished; close   to and Be3= e s*-s-
line.    Apply  E.  K., Kewa office.
GERMANY WANTS
MORE BIG SHIPS
New Westminster, B. c.
Phone 335
"WAN'I I.i i���A NIGHT WATCHMAN;
fou ��� ss engineering papers re
quired.   Apply tne Westminst     .  .
Co., Lulu Island.
VANTKL���A SMART VOUNG WO-
man. Apply Royal City Dye Works,
345 Columbia stieet.
WANTED���Room and board for young
lady,  with   private  family,  required'
Ly Sen. 1.    Reply to 19 Daily News.
Office.
W A N T E D ��� HO 0 S !���; K K E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this ofiice.
A  LARGE  UNFURNISHED    SUNNY
room, walking distance, with plione
in   house,    wanted    by    gentleman.-
.. price I    P. O. Box 852.
#1NTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash A: Door factory.
WANTED���COUPLE,    NO    FAMILY.
desire house to rent;  6 or 7 rooms,'
unfurnished;   West   End   preferred.
Entry  by   September  l.    Reply  to
Box B, News office.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Beal wages ; Id to l I ; rty. Apply  201  Columbia street.
WANTED���A  GIRL FOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125 Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
WE Have the following choice properties, mostly on or near B. C. Electric Railway, and all I I so in
Ust within comparatively �� . I distance of Canadian Northern ti
nus. opposite New Westminster
city.
TWO and a half acres on B. C. Electric car line, near Scot! r ad, S >uth
Westminster. Price. $2,000; i^-'t
cash;   6,   12,  and   IS   months,  at   7
per cent.
CLOCK of 17 lots, 132x65. h'.lf mile
from tram line, South Westminster.
A bargain at only $1,500; $500 cash.
6 ar.d 12 months, at 7 per cent.
TvVO five acre lots across road from
Kennedy Station, B, C. Klectric Ry.
Scott Roa'd. Price fSOtf rer aere, _
cash, 6 and 12 months, at 7 per cent.
ACRE and one-tenth in Burnaby, on
North Arm Road, near Geo. Mead's
new residence, just outside city limits. Corners on tramway cut off under construction. Price J::.
fl,    sh, 6, 12 ancl 18 months, at
7 per cent.
NEW Mode-n residence, beiutifully
situated, embowered in shade and
fruit trees, near Port Hammond,
C. P. R. station. Price f5500;
.>.'.." 0 cash, balance to a: ranj e at 7
j er ci nt.
HALE BRoTTkENNEDY, LTD.
New Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
Naval Bill Will Ask For Appropriation For Vessels of
Dreadnought Type.
LOCAL  IMPROVEMENT  NOTICE.
Eighth  Street Sewer.
The  Municipal  Council of the  Cor-
.        [on  of  thi    City   of   New   Westminster    having    by    resolution    d<
.ned and specified that It is di
able to carry out the following works;
���  is to say:
To construct sewers on the following streets:   namely
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, Hlock II of part
of the south-eaM quarter of Section 7.
Township 8, Map 628, In the District
of New Westminster. Cloverdale.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 12464  F. issued
:on   street,   between   Eighth >n the name of R. T. WUson Herald
nnd   Sixth   streets;   Seventh   avenue, has been  Wed in this offlce.
Elbtb  and   p   . ���       ���;,...,; Notice is hereby given that     shall
;,...                           etween   Eighth   and at  the  expiration  of one  month  tiotu
glx|      .,         j . .             ,.-   from I toe date of the first publication here-
.                                  Fourth street  eastwards;   Sixth  ave- of in a daily newspaper published lv
Berlin    Vi-    18-The   government  nue.   from   Tenth   to   Sixth   streets; toe City of New Westminster, issue a
,   valbillt                before the reich-  Fifth   avenue,   from   Tenth   to   Sixth duplicate of the said Certificate unless
-      'tb^tumn^w       ..::.,':. a ���   ,-������                 '              Bt Andrews In the meantime v^Ud obJecUon be
ttion  to build three battleships  sti  et, froi    Tenth to Eighth streets; made to me in willing
and one  b ttl<     Ip cruiser, according  Fourth  avenue, from  Tenth  to  Sixth C. S. M-.ITH.
to an article published today by Count   streets;    Kennedy   street;   Blackford District Registrar of Titles.
Rerentlow   the  Herman   expert    and   street:   Third  avenue, from  Tenth  to Land   Registry  Office,
1  editor or" the   Deutsche   Tgges   Sixth streets: street between Ash and,   New Westminster, B. C, July fi, 1910.
Zeitung                                                   Seventh  streets;   Welsh  street;   Mil- _
Included   with   these    four    superb   ton   street;    Robson   avenue;   Queens
dr^dnoUht   ,. Ib,      proprlatloTto  avenue from Tenth to Sixth streets: NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
rep     - the  tv Id  battleships, Wei-   Gloucester street:  Royal avenue frem TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
senburg and   Kerfursl   Friedrich   Wil-   Mclnnes   to   Seventh   streets;   Agnes 	
'helm  just sold to Turkey, which, un- street from Mclnnes to Sixth streets: All  persons  using  Columbia street
'der the regular naval program, would   Moody  street:   Holbrook  street,  Cun- for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
Inot be asked for before the autumn of ningham street from Eighth to Sixth quested to keep to the lefl hand side
....                                                                 Btreets;   Victoria  street  from  Eigthth of  the  car  track   while  proceeding  lu
Germany will thereby gain a lap In   to Lorne streets:  Victoria sireet from either direction.
You'll   want   Wooden   P
Paper   Napkins.   Cheap   I ,
and   Forks,   Ba.kel .   I '
Cups,  Fishing  Tad
zme, etc., etc. ""-1
You   can   se;   ������ ,
A I
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street 665
m      New Westminster, B. C.
1 SBasns5Gs___a,
the race with Kngland for supremacy McKenzie tc Sixth streets; Carnarvon
in tbe dreadnoui   I      I -'ruction, hav- street   from   Tenth   to   Sixtli   street;
lng two ol thi   : test developed type3 Ramagi    I eet; clarkson street, trom
ol   modern  battleships laid down and McKei Sixth streets;  Columbia
.. .-..: -, .    one    ,,, strei t, fn m Tenth to Mi Innes -'.-���
ne    than   the   original   published Tenth stn   I I        Columbia street to:
City Hall.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
Augusl   1-'.  1910.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
I.m'fiam contemplated.
Se enth i   enue; Mclnnes   treet, from
The Germai i ��� budgel for this Columbia stieet to Royal avenue;
year also wl '��� authorize the construe- Giltej street; Ninth street; McNeeley
tion of two small cruisers to replace   strei -     treet, from Columbia
District of  New Westminster.
FOI;  SALE���AT  ONC '.,  T ��Vl I   LOTS
on   Wesl mi is er   road;   aboul    I - i
feet to another ro td; I ir $700; <\ tar-
ti r   cash.
hotel, after  6  o'clock
the See Adler and Gefler, and sis tor-
pi       bo its and will contain an ap
priatlon   of   $3,75 1,000   for   subn a   .
CRUSHING HUGE BOULDERS.
New Westminster L.ind District.
Take notice that I. George Beckett,
of Abboi iford,  B.C., teamster, Inti
to apply  to  the  Chief  (
of  Lands  at   Victoria,   B.  C,  I il   a  li-
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
rberl   Gay,   Windsor  Head Office       -       451  Columbia St.
Now  Westminster,   E.  C.
Branch Office     -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
"XO LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS. AP-
j.ly upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia  street  and  Clarkson.
BOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Mh St.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third a\enue. Apply
after fi p. m. or between 9 a. tn. and
5 p. in. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
street.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Amies street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO   RENT.
FOK  RENT���A  five-roon        .-���   with
���
cation;   near   Vancouver   tram   in
West  Knd.    Possession  Sept.  1. Apply to Home, Daily New? office.
MOTOR
LAI
n :i
FOR
HIRE,
Plione
335, or
at 1
oat, Eighth
street
slip.
TO   LET
- A    1
..Mil
IE   FRONT
BED-
room;
furnisl
�����:.
609   Victoria  St.,
near  IJ
ally N
3WS
ollice
SURF;EY���30 acres on Hjorth road in
se ition 28, block 5 north., range 1
west.    Price $360 per acre; terms.
SURREY���30 acres in section 36,
block 5 north, range 1 west; L'O
acres cleared, new house and barn,
good water. Piice $3000; terms o\er
eighteen months.
SURREY���20 acres adjoining Port
Mann Townsite in section 25, block
5 north, range 2 west. Price $400
per acre; good terms.
CITY���Double corner on Fifth street,
all cleared. Price $1600; one-quarter
cash, balance over eighteen months.
CITY���Four lots on Eighth avenue.
two corners. Price $1600; one-quarter casli, balance six, twelve and
eighteen m ntl a
SURREY���100 acres of good land with
1 feet of water frontage, close to
Port   Mann Townsite     This  Is    an
ex< i llent i ibdi i Isl n pi   ; ei ty. Price
$260  per  acre    $45   i  cash, balance
ee yean
DELTA���Twenty acres on Scott road.
al  i.'.    | er acre.
FRUIT FARM���ir Delta, 10 acres cf
good eare     wil     ���.     I
house ai ns, 250 bearing  fi iii
trees   on g Price $3.5
Good   ten I172A)
to i on streets; Summer streel
eet, ii^:.: Milton streel i
i street; eel
'     I ense to prospecl for i oal an I pel
Al xander    street;     Begbie    street;   eum ���., .1IKi in Illt, following describ-
Lorni        ��� ��� '     Mel    n le  Btri el     Fife   ,.,] ] in(jB;
���' i        Sevi nth       ��� Commencii    al a po t marked G. B.,
                              Fi               '���   from   Sixth   to   Seventh   x.  VV. cornei    planted   al   thi   N.  VV.
New  Form   of   Dredge   is  Busy   in   St.   avenues;   Fourt! l Sixl     to   corner of Section  28   In  Township  19
Lawrence   Channel. Sen .    Brantford   street,   *,- ty of Sumas, New Westmln-
Otta'   t,       -   18.���For some weeks  |        Sixth to Seventh Btreets, to be  s-,.r  District;  thence east 80 cl
pasl   the   Di ent   of  Marine  his  known i    the Eighth street sewer sys-   ���  ... .���    .    ,..    ;      -:   ���
had a new rock crusher at  work In  tern. ibalns;  thence north 80 chains to
that difficult pari of the St. Lawrence     Ai i  that  the said  works shall   be  poinl of commencen ���-���. and contain-
channel known as Cap a la Roche. Bj   i it   In   accordance   with   the  |Dg r.iu acres.
means of a sharp pointed drill, fifteen  provisions of the  Local  Improvement
feet  long, and  weighing  fifteen  tons.  General   Bylaw,   19   I
boulders  in  the  channel   which   have      And the City Engineer and City As-
been   found   difficult   to   remove   are  Bessor I     lng reported to thi   i ouncll
crushed and the pieces removed by a  In  acci rdance with  the provisli i
dredge.   The dredge has been at work  the said bylaw  upon the said works.
for several days, and  by the end of giving      statements      Bhowing      the
tbe week an inspection will determine . amounts   estimated   to   be  chargeable
the  degree to  which   the experiment   against   the   various   portions  of   real
has    been    successful.      The    rocky  property to be benefitted by the Baid
ground at Cap a la Roche is the chief works and  other particulars and  the
obstacle to be overcome in  the com-' said reports of the said City En.  i ��� -.
pletion of a thirty-five foot channel to  and City Assessor having been adopt-
Lake   St.   Louis   by   the  end   of  the.ed by the council.
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone  R  113. O" ce:   p      .      _
Dated nt   __jbof��ford,  B.C.. this 9th
day of June.  A.D.,  1910.
GEORGE  BECKETT.
dredging season.
WILL   BUY    ELEVATORS.
Arbitrator    Appointed    to       Act
Elevator   Commission.
Winnipeg.   Aug.   18.���It    is    under-
Notice is hereby given that tlie said
I reports   are   open   for   inspection   at'
ithe Office of the City Assessor.  City
Hall,  Columbia street.  New  Westminister, B. C.. and that unless a petition
for  against    the   proposed   works   above
(mentioned,   signed   by   a   majority   of
the owners of the land or real prop-
stood  that the  Manitoba government'
erty to be assessed or charfcjd in re-
-     ed     pon tbe poll ,'' ,'  "f ^ch works representing  at
I the el. ��� vors  offered  to  the *e*ft  ?nfh*" ln���valuf. th^,0'  '    :   "
seated to the        ncll  with!,   fifteei
ted  F. G   SH pson an f!;i / ,ro;:' ' '" off,^the first pub11-
���  r  to represeni   the  Mai  toba\ca lon f'1 Ul!f n;,n"" !li'   C��u,ndl  wll!
Elevator .       ml 3lon   in   all   negotia-  ;c"?     nn ,  ''"'"'" '"""'''T
" n.f.nf;      nnfkii'      Cit/^1.      tr,,rrtu      ..n.T      r,r.r.t\i
tions     In  each  case the owners   will
will ��� ������ represented by Mr. Simpson,
and a third arbitrator will be chosen
by.(���'��� two if this
tions as  to  the  payment  of the
;of such improvements as the Council
may by bylaw in that behalf regulate
TO LKT���Till-; BASEMENT AND
Btore In the K. P. block; suitahle
for   stoie   rooms,   skating   rink,   or
I   moving pictures, etc., etc.    For par-
i   ticulars  apply   to    John   Forrester.
I Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
LOST.
LOST���HROWN AND BLACK ENG-
lish   terrier   pup.    Answers   to   the
, name of Punk ie. Is about four
:months old. Finder please return
to 313 Queens avenue.
LOST���LA DUOS' SILVMR WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third streel. Suitable re-
���ward for returning same to Daily
News office.
COQUITLAM���21 ac-es of choice
land. Watet pipe running on one
side   of   prope Pri --���   Vii.'t   per
acre:   $2,25 Ba  ince  1,  2, '���',
and determine and also to make the
Mr. Simpson is an experienced eleva- said as8e88ment-
tan of long residence in the prov-
WERE      NEARLY      OVER      FALLS.
and 1 yean . ��� ��� per cenl
(li
Dated this 2nd dav of August, A. D.,
1910.
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
Date of first publication, August 3.
1910.
TWO LARGE LOTS���Close to store
and train. One-f< ..-���;. cash; balance $in r��r moi tl
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office 451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
FOUND.
BOUND���GREEN PAINTED   PETER-
boro canon and an old scow. Owner
���ran have same hy paying for advertisement at Daily News office.
Do  you   want  to  increase  your
business ?   Then see
SAUNDERS
I G N  O
H���������
������MM��� II   ���������������miiiwiiw
Signs  of  every  description.
Class signs a specialty.
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
SANITARY   NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
atreet and Fifth avrnue, whero it will
t>e burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
���any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
���will be prosecuted under the pro
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
Tr-   rt   "WANT"   ad
It will bring results.
In   The   News.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
FIFTY-SEVEN acreB on the Yale road
In section 26; price $12", per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and two
years.
FORTY acres on the S. W. \\ section
'.',", on the Johnson road; price $100
per acre.
THIRTY acres on the Coast Meridian
road; price $150 per acre; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months.
FIVE acres in section 25, block 5, R. 2
W.: price $600; per acre: one-third
cash, balance six and twelve
months,
W. S. ROSE~
Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
Party    in    Motor    Boat    Attacked    by
Sturgeon.
Niagara   Falls, N.  Y..   Aug.   IK.���A
150-pound sturgeon nearly sent a party j '
of three in a motor boat "over the falls      Take notice that an application has
late last night. Opposite Lasalle, two  bo''n   macle   to   register   Duncan  Bell
miles above the falls, the flsh leaped  Hall as the owner In fee simple, under ,
for the searchlight, in the bow, missed  a T'dS Sale ''eed from E. A. Wllmot, I
it. Btruck and seriously injured  Miss  Inspector   of  dykfs,  to   Duncan   Bell
Nellie Johnson, of this'city, and then   Hal1-   bearing  date   the   13th   day   of
thrashing about in  the boat disabled '.June. AD-.  1907. of all  and  singular
the   engine.      The    sturgeon,    which  that  certain  parcel  or  tract  of  land
measured  six  feet  eight  inches,  was and Premises situate, lying and being'
finally subdued with oars wielded bv  ln the  District of New  Westminster,1
Frank Mensdale, of this city, and Se- ln t,le Pr); **���**��� <������   British Columbia,
bastian  Smith,  of  Lasalle,  the other fore partloulirly known and descrlb-;
occupants of the boat.   Meanwhile the  ed as Part 3fi0 a"e3 of th* southeast
boat was being swept rapidly towards Quarter   of   Section   18,   Townsliip   3,,
the  cataract.    George  Allen,  hearing  Ran^e 29' we8t of f,th Meridian.
cries   of   distress,   speeded   out   in   a
launch and towed the party ashore.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of British Columbia,!
held In Victoria In January last, dates'
for the fairs throughout the Province!
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni       Sept. M and 15
Nanaimo      Sept. lfi and 17
Comox      Sept. L'l! and 23
; Cowichan
|The Islands
Victoria
N.  and  S.
You and those claiming through or !
under  you  and  all   persons  claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue
of  any   unre ''toted  Instrument,  and;
all persons  cli.T.ing any  interest  In
the said ���ind by df-rent, whose title'
ls not re {(Stored ti 'er the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are reriuir-;
ed to contest tie clg.'.-n of the tax pur-,
chaser within forty flvi days from the
date of  the  first  put)1 cation  of  this
notice upon yju   and in default of a
caveat  or   certifl.a'������   of   ,ts   pendens!
being filed  w'.Mdn HIIC'J icriod, or In;
default of redimption rrfora registration, you ail cavli of yr.ti w'H be forever estopped and debarred from set-'
 t'ng up any flalm to o   In respect of
..Sept. 23 and 21  the  said   land,  nnd   I  shal    register I
 Sept. 21 Duncan  Hell  Hall  as owner thereof
Sept. "   ���    ��� ��� ���   ���   ���
Sept. 27 to Oct. 1 j i��� fee.    And 1 hereby 0.'1 v that pub-
 0<jt- ' ancl 8.llcatIon of this notice for thirty davs
j��^MM
60   YEAR3"
<:%��� EXPERIENCE
Wm,
Coquitlam
Saanicli
I In a dally bewsp*per r> blished In New
| Westminster wll be tood and suffic-
.Sept. 20'lent service tlierr..,!
Second   Circuit.
Maple    Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission
Agassi/.        Sept.
Chilliwack      Sept. 20,
..Sept. 23
27 and 28
21  and 22
D���
Trade Marks
Designs
         Copyrights Ac.
Anynno nmdlng n skotflh nnd dmnrlptlon mnj
Quickly iijip .cuflu t*ir fljnniaa^tjo wheilirr an
hivnnflmi Lapt_nUv \iiittrntS__ CouitmiTilon-
ttoMBUlot&oqffl(5S5l_iL. UANpCOW on Patent*
"ent trvo. olrto'.it pur-m * for Kwuring yuU'nis.
������--������        ', Mr��� "	
.'alcntn takfjv-luc'iUBli  ��� ...
tpcclal notlr.-. w)_^>ut Otaarge, iu tho
���1 urji ft Co. reuulvt
... ,._... ��,, .. ������ie
A handsomely Uluntratud ww.iily. Liirp-out otr-
nulatlpa of ooy Hdeniitio Journal. Terms for
Canaan, awtS a your, pool n. e ptepald. Sold bj
all uBWHrioalcm.
IljaucU Oilco, 62i V Bt, Wiubi^itau. U U
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 1:; and   l I
Armstrong      Sept.
Vernon       Sept. 15 to 17
Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon  Arm    Sept. 23 and 2-1
Bummerland      Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley      Sept. 28
Eburne      Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24 i
Dated at tho L, nd Registry Office,
New Westminster, r-O'inee of British
Columbia, this Ldth day of April A
"*., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
llstrlct Registrar,
To Canada Permanent Loan & Sav.
22 and 23''ngs   Co.;    Oppenhelmer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Lelshman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
Stop Che Leaks
inVburCoalBitl
U   ���  a Citrr.ey.OxfcrJ
ran     ..   '.    1     20 per c at.
; y ur    >a] bill.
The " Cl an ellor" ' n
here i thc fin I ��1 rai ���
raa le by thc well kn iwn
Gurney- Oxford Company.
There's no hotter 11 be I .
in thc country. Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range t n the market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
Material is the best ti Lu
had, inside and out. With
or without reservoir on
either end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom
Drop door on warming closet. Divided oven flue, 11
insure even baking. Broiler top, Thermometer on
oven door if desired. Made
for c lal or wood. Besides
these special features
VThe OXFORD V
CONOMIZER
will l.pp j^ur fire ininii al lowrsl possible
iml lor liu I. Will nte ul Ion . 20 per irol.
nl Ihe (onl you row us* onj wiil |jke ill
i. .Okvti odors up lhe (.hiinnfj.
'i ou'll a i v monoy i very day you
tiso n Gurniiy-Ojiford.   And nlwayK (rot
niom Biitiifaotory  rcaulta   from your
cooking
...)."t.   na  il iicinstrin-   to you   thfl
ETOnomiapr," n-ui t����� ��� - other Gurney-
Oxford points of superiority, i^"1 how
p irr id a good r.uit- - enn bo. Wo will
nN> show you other Gurney-Oxford
stoves and ranges f irovery purposoand
fof any kind <>f fuel, On display on
our floors nil the tlrao.
Got acquainted with tho best
Known, hest liked stoves nnd ranges in
ail Canada, And do ii now���fur tbo good
ui yuur pooketboolc,
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681  Columbia Street.
C&U'y
ey
A   GOOD      FRIEND     ALWAYS
It you deposit your :
safety in The Hank of 1
lt   wiil   be  safe   whll
It, and ready when you
and It will be
AIlTheTirne
p.irnlns for yo:i three p*t cent.
Intciest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at tiny time.
80    BRANCHES
ln   Ontario,    Quebec   anj   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
.$4,000,000
. 4.750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
8.3. LAURE*"-""-���
Triple  screw,   MJPI ton��
S.S. MEGAN i..	
Twin screw, ������.,~>*m tons, "he
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any crowing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39  Alexai drr St.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���iIN���
THE OAILV NEWS
Canadian   Timber   Boom.
London,    Aug,    18.���Tlie   Financial
Times in a  Iqngthy articles discusses
"iflie     anticipated     Canadian      timber
boom,  and  says tlio prospect  of such
I issues  in  London  is not  particularly
alluring.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow Pre*
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro-
n     ni'l Vi<'t��rla
The Dully News Co., 60��
Street.
near
Try a  "WANT" ad In   -w '
It will bring results. FR
|DAY, AUGUST 19, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRSK.
land.
0.S.A-,
hanking
vi *'<���
Rank of Montreal
���^Established isn.
...    $14,400,000.00
cAPlTAL     ������ 11,000,000.00
RESERVE   	
��� ���,r,ies throughout    Canada   and
,!l       ,| and,   am.   in   London,   Eng-
wfv''v York, Chicago and Spokane,
'   ttDd   Mon'"'  City.     A  general
business    transacted.    Let-
Credlt issued,   uvailable   with
^respondents i"   ""   Parts of   the
Wc'.!vi,ns Hank Djr��rtment���Deposits
.ived i"  K""1S oI *'   !lud "l,Wiud-
r , i���iciist allowel at 3 per cent, per
�����im   present rate).
WS '^('ta ov,!r  *186-000'000-00
NEVV WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. V. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
ttfflce
I'Uone It*.      Barn 'Phone Mf
Columbl* Street.
P,igK��8��   delivered    promptl.    te
��ny part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hading
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room li- Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone
661
Residence   Phone  133
p, 0. Box  395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and   Plumbing
ill JobMng   Promptly   Attended   To
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holding!, etc., etc. Why
not your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
u to 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.
Jttk or write for our free booklet
explaining a hundred and one
things you ought to know about
shaving and the care of your face.
Gillette Safety Razor Bet constats
or triple lllver plated hul.li-r that will
|**t a lifetime, with u double-edged
blades (i.\ krm edges) in velvet lined
leather case,   Price $s.w,.
Combination Bet�����Brush, Soap, etc,
$0.50 to (50.IX)
Sold By
KIRK'S UAKUWARE
IS ENTHUSIASTIC OVER
FUTUKE OF ARGENTINES
Vis:tor From Buenos Aires Speaks of
Wonderful   Wealth   of   Country
and Its Capital.
Victoria, Aug. IS���The richness of
the Argentine and the wealth and
faBhlon of lis capital, Buenos Aire., a
citj widi a population of L.750,000, are
ilicires upon which Dr. A. L. Lynch,
P. U. C. S., who has just concluded a
brief \itit to Victoria, speaks with a
considerable decree of enthusiasm.
Tlie Argentine, lie says, is a country
richer than Canada, with a wheat production over lour times as large. Ur.
Lynch Is a Canadian hy birth and has
spent the past four years practicing
his profession in  Uuenos Aires.
"The Argentine," says Ur. Lynch,
"is run hy British capital. The railways were built and are heing operat-
THE LAST WORD IN
SOIL CULflVATION
Business Methods Used At
Indian Head Experimental
Farm Bring Success.
ed hy the  Brltisl
Heglna, Aug. 18.���A volume of material is contained ln the last sentence
of a telegram which Ur. \V. Saunders, director of experimental farms,
sent to Ottawa rrom this city last
Thursday evening. He was reporting
briefly his Impressions of the crop out-
look In this province, and concluded
his summary in this fashion: "On the
experimental farm (at Indian Head)
crops of all sorts promise to be unusually good, hoth lu quantity und
quality, and are liner than any seen
elsewhere."    Whether  or  not  he  did
BRITISH CHU1SEK " LION"
IS A FLOUTING MARVEL
Exceeds All Existing Dreadnoughts In
Size, Speed and Armament���Has
Speed  of Thirty   Knots
1.    Some idea of the 1 so   intentionally   ls   a   question   that
Colonial   Block
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and  Automobile   Painter.
etterlng
1014
and   Top   Repairing.
Sixth   Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'aes for Ladi, s from $12V6
up.
face
Silver Watches,    gents'    t>i>en
|6.00.
Si'.vr Watches,  gents'  open    case,
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham    und      Klgin
ffll tws,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Iioors from Geo. Adams' Orocpry
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. E. Walsh       W. E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New  Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We   make   a   specially   of   fir
doors, steamed  and  kiln  dried.
wealth of the country can he gleaned
from the tact that this years crop
amounted to 4011.11011,(1110 bushels of
wheal. Next year it is anticipated
thai the yield will ho 450,000,000 bush-
j els. There ls little fear ei lhe climate
Interfering with tiie crops and the
only thing to he guarded against is
a ] lague of locusts. Wheat from the
Argentine is exported la hags. There
are no elevators. The wheat is
thrashed on the pampas and bagged
on the spot. The grain is shipped
10 Kngland and Germany. In the latter country it is principally used for
making alcohol.
Just at present Germany Is cutting j experlmenta
In tremendously into tlie British
trade with the Argentine. All the
hides from the state go either to the
United States or Germany. In North
Brazil the Germans are advancing fast
and are now carrying the majority ot
the rubber to Europe.
���"l'he people of the Argentine are
most cultured and hospitable. Indeed I know of no race of people better bred. The 1,otter class make
yearly trips to Paris during ths winter months, fiom Apiil to October.
Tlie women of tho. country are fashion plates. All their clothes are
made in  Paris, while the men follow
may he determined later on, but there
Is no doubt that Ur. Saunders preached a powerful sermon hy his little reference to the grain at the experimental farm.
Handling    Agricultural    Problems.
The Institution at Indian Head over
which Angus McKay presides with
signal success, ls known throughout
the prairie province as the great and
practical Illustration of scientific
farming. Tlie problems which arise
naturally ln connection with the agricultural development of the west are
handled boldly by tlie corps of experts which constitute the staff of the
irni. It might be too
much to say tnat they are all solved
quickly and easily, hut it Is true that
every effort ls made to render them
less burdensome. The benefits of the
expei lence gained by these experts
are communicated to the farmers of
the province as a whole at the earliest
possible moment, and thus the great
work goes on. The farm itself ls an
object lesson for about six months in
the iear. For the other half of the
time its staff ftnds useful and profitable employment in attendance at farmers' conventions, stock shows, seed
fairs, and at other gatherings where
the dissemination of useful    Informa-
London, Aug. IS.���The gigantic hat-j
tleshlp-cruiser Lion was launched yesterday at Devonport ll is the greatest battleship afloat, exceeding all existing Dreadnoughts in size, speed
and armament. The Lion is officially '
described as an armored cruiser. She
is superior to every battleship In tho
world and Is the naval marvel of the
year.
The Lion Is the first vessel to he
armed with eight of the new 13.6 Inch
guns, which are arranged in tour barbettes on the center line of the ship.
The two middle barbettes are raised,
which permits their guns to be Dred
over the other barbettes, which system will allow the whole of the main
armament to he trained on either
broad side.
'l'he gun will fire projectiles of 1.-
250 pounds a distance of 5 000 yards.
These projectiles will penetrate twenty-two-inch armor. The Lion will
he 700 feet and the beam eighty-three
feet. The horsepower of the Lion will
be 70,000, developing a speed of thirty knots. She will be tilted with the
Parsons turbines and will have forty-two water tube boilers, situated
amidships, and will be protected with
nine-inch armor plating.
The Lion is the fifteenth Hritish
Dreadnought to be launched. She was
constructed in eight months and cost
,10,ST5,000.
Human agencies cannot provi.le absolute safeguards against the eccentricities of the weather, but they can
accomplish much in that direction.
Advantages Now Apparent.
In no season has the wisdom of
proper farming methods been more
apparent than at the present time.
when loud complaints of Insufficient
moisture ure heard from various crop
districts ln the three provinces. The
lamentations are based on the alleged
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to tlie Pacific; In Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   Kngland.
Correspondents ln all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will he received by
the undersigned up to noon, August
15, for the erection of Tramway Station and Ollice Building at New Westminster.
Specifications can he secured mt
offices of Maclure & Fox, Architects.
Winch  building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
W. H. Hazlltt.
B. C. ELECTRIC RY. CO.. LTD.
New Westminster, August 3. 1910.  J
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
HOSPITAL
r ->
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
'.'._   to  115  H.   P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Westminster Private Hospital.
'J'j:'. Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
casps accepted. Terms from
S'. Ti weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 7'>j.
the customs in vogue in London. The  tion ls a part of the program,
people generally are the best dressed Best   Results   Obtained.
I  have ever seen. It   may   be   really   understood   that
"There  is  no  pauper  class  in  the  farming us carried on ai the big "pre-
Argentitle.     The   ordinary    workman  serve" under Mr. McKay's careful su- j unkindness of the weather, tind little
gets   .:'.  a  day.    In  the harvesting of  pervislon spells the  last word in the | thought  is  ;jiven   to  the  larger <|ues-
the   crops   Italians,   Spaniards,    Gal-  cultivation of the soil.    The best re-  tion  of  wise precautions and  protec-
sults are usually obtained there for. tion. Hon. W. It. Motherwell, minis-
the smallest expenditure of time and ter of agriculture, has insisted that
labor and the reason ls that the in-: poor tillage has done more harm than
stitution is conducted on business the lack of rainfall, ami Dr. gauntle ������'
principles. It is not mortgaged, and j conclusions confirm that finding. The
there is little or no waste of any kind
in connection with its management.
it does not close up shop in the winter, as so many of the western farms
do; its activities, in fact, aie continuous.    The  range  of   products  is al-
lagos i natives of North Spain) and
Neapolitans are engaged. These Inhabitants of southern Europe do their
own harvesting at home and then go
on to the Argentine and help to bring
in the harvest there, 'ihe general
immigration to the Btate is, 1 believe.
as great as that which passes through
Bills Island.
"The railway systems are heing im- ;
l
���4
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone
Tenth   St.,   Nev��
53.
Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Uaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
Passengers and frelsht  ns fellews:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursdaj and Saturday nt 8 a. m.
Leaves  Chilliwack   Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
first Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
All
Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  St.  New
Westminster B. C, Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Gulchon Building.
Phone  6S1
I proved  and  extended   yearly.      Since
I tlie opening of the Trans-Andean rail-' most as wide as the prairie, and prac
i way   on   May    '.'4    last    all    Chileans
bound   for   Europe  travel   via   Lluenos
! Aires.
Stock    Raising    Country,
riioru  is  no country  in  the  world
where such scientific stock  raising is
canied   out.    Tlie   "estanclas" called
Le Helen and la tlarancas,   belonging
to Signor Manuel Cobo, are two of ths It   Pays   to   Be   Careful
finest   stock   t irms   of   thoroughbred I    The   application   of   Ur.   Saunders
lesson   is   being   learned   slowly   hut <
surely,  and  encouragement   Is   given
by  a realization that there is an increasing tendency to Incorporate business principles into the cultivation of
the soil. Steam plows and power machinery   of   various   sorts   may    have
tically every branch of agriculture Is!their respective places in the work of
represented  there.      The difficulty  is  opening up the country, but the most
not to find a basket large enough to! profitable and  most  enduring results
hold all the eggs.    Rather it is a mat- are not to be obtained through the use
ter of concern to find enough baskets  of such devices.   Gradually, it Is to be
to suit   the   many    varieties of eggs,  hoped, the Intensive cultivation of the
lf the use of that metaphor   may  be  land will appeal to the farmers as a
pardoned. | whole, and when the lesson has been
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19, in the District of
New  Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tlficae of Title Number 5059F, Issued
In tbe name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been  filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ofiice, New Westminster, li. C., July S, 1910.
well learned there will be general sur-
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
prise  at
the   ease    with    which    the
cattle  and  sheep  ln  the  world.    Ro- expression of opinion lies not so much , change has been brought about. Some
day,  perhaps,  the records may show
an  approximation  to those  which  in
[ Great Britain are looked upon as com- j
' mon.    Many people ln Manitoba   Sas-1
kntchewan and Alberta seem to he ignorant   of   the   fact   that   In   England j
practical farmers have little difficulty |
In  raising forty busheU of wheat to j
the acre every year.
cently this es;..ncla holder bought a sn its praise of the condition of af-
fiock of sheep in Lincolnshire, Eng- fairs prevailing at Indian Head. Sue-
land, for wllich he paid ��36,000. His cess ln farming is to be expected on
are two of the show estanclas of the account of the precautions that arc
Argentine. i taken there to secure the best lesults.
"Huenos Aires, the capital. Is a veri- j The lesson to be derived Is that lt
table Paris and two years ago it had j pays, and pays well, to be careful.
a population of a million and three-1 There Is far too much speculation or
quarters. It possesses a9 fine hotels gambling In connection with the west-
as any city In Europe. These include ern plan of tilling the soil, and the
the Plaza "i owned by the famous Carl- failures that are so frequently as-
ton Rltz company), the Palace and the crlbed to other causes are due, ln the
Grand Florida. The Jockey club Is a majority of instances, simply to- the
splendidly wealthy native organize- slipshod methods that are adopted,
tlon. It derives Its Income from teu The craze for the almighty dollar is
per cent of the Pari Mutuel takings of not confined to the cities. The farm-
the Palermo race course which has a er chases the lucre with as much zest
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phpne 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
revenue of thousands of pounds yearly. In the season the great function
is racing on Thursdays and Sundays.
In the Jockey club inclosure on a
Sunday afternoon can be seen an assembly of well dressed people which
could compare favorably with any
sieiil.tr     gathering     throughout
uoi Id
as does the town dweller, and In the
pursuit he is not always concerned
with the fitness of things. "Getting
there" Is too often the main consideration, and in making the journey extravagance and prodigality are practiced to an extreme degree. The prin-
the cipal sufferer is the soil itself, and If
the owner lias no care for the future
.y.>/:
��� i ���. y.-i ���
-. '\ r��� t
"Buenos Aires has nine miles of he is apt to excel in wastefulness. The
docks and Is rapidly becoming one of Indian Head experimental farm has
the leading world ports. A fast mall been producing good crops for about
boat from Europe reaches there every a quarter of a century, but It gives no
day of the year. The police system is indication of soil exhaustion. Con-
second only to that of London in effl- servation of moisture is a feature of
lt Is one of the best lighted the   annual   program,   and   coincident
Trv  a "WANT" ad
It will bring results.
in  The News.
************************************* *************"!
| STORE, BANK CITTTNflS
| AND   OFFICE "HA l-*VJO j
SHOW CASES 1
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL- *
INGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOOD- 9
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI- ���
MATES   SUPPLIED I
Westminster Woodworking Co. j
S                                             J. 8ROOKE8, Proprietor ' $
t   W��RKS-Corne.   Eleventh end Carline.                              PH0NE 473 X
************************** s*************���^���"
cieucy.
cities. Eighteen daily newspapers are
published there, of these two being
English publications.
"The Thames of the Argentine Is
the Tigre and on lt can he seen mag-
nillelent    and    fast   motor   launches.
with that phase ls the retention of
the other sustaining properties of the
soil. Rotation of crops reaches the pinnacle of excellence there, and the general scheme of production is carried
out in a way that leaves the land In '
BO    WJT    EXTRA
OC IV    CREAM
Rolled Oats
are grown in the finest Oats district
ln Canada. They're not fibrous or
"stringy"���they cook easier and
taste better.
Big 35c. Sack
If the Initials B&K are not
printed ln red on the sack, refuse
them. Buy to-day from your Grocer.
Most Economical.   .��,    No Hulls.
Fort fan
and Surrey
Property
is again in the Limelight. Call and inspect our listing. We
have some exceptionally good buys in this
locality.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The   Pacific    Coast
surance Co.
Fire    In
The     Prudential
Co.
Investment
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
Punting and canoing is indulged in as  practically as healthy a condition as
as   on    the    upper    reaches    of    the
Thames.
"Canada Is well. thought of in the
Argentine and a considerable lumber
when It was llrst cultivated.
In   Spite   of   Weather.
The  weather,  the   most  Important
consideration in determining   success
trade ls carried on between the two  In  agriculture,  ls  no  more  favorable
countries. But the development of
the south American state is far greater than that of this country. Crossing the prairlres I was disappointed
to see the dearth of cattle and horses,
and the fertility of the soil Which was
not under cultivation, in the Argentine whatever land is not used for
growing grain is planted with alfalfa The soil there Is of a rich g-az-
ing Character. The number of Chicago windmills marking the artesian
well by which the estncla a are watered are veritable landmarks und traveling through the country one or other or them Is always In sight. The
horsemanship of the peons Is Unexcelled. Recently they compe.e.l with
the Mexicans and lu nearly every de
partment excelled. The peons a-e a
mixture of pure Spanish and native
Indians."
Pr Lynch, who is seeing western
Canada and so extending his travels,
which have been widespread, loft yes-
terdnv for Ottawa, where he will
spend some time before returning to
Buenog Alros.
year In and year out. at Indian Head
than It ls ln any other part of the
cultivated area in this province, but
the losses through unfavorable atmospheric conditions are minimized by
the precautionary measures that are
adopted. Success has been attained
during some seisons In spite of rather
than with the assistance of tho weather. Thrc years ago. for Instance
when growth was retartle 1 thrniigii a
lack of warmth and a general lateness of the season, a ci editable showing was made by the various grains
on the experimental farm. Similarly.
when the following year a wave of
frost swept over central Saskatchewan and more than 25 per cent of the
crops in this portion of the province
were ruined, there was comparatively
little loss there. Proper protection
against such a calamity had been pto
vlded In the preparation of the soil
and the general management of the
crops themselves. It It not going too
far to say that a large proportion of
the damage which ordlnari'y attends
farming  oi orations   can  be   avoided
GRAND TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tone���320   Fact   Long���18'/a   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAY8 and FRIDAYS
at 11:30 f.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT  and  ETEWART.
Monday steamer connects at Prince Rupert with S.S. "PRINCE
ALBERT"  for  SkUeaate, Jedway, Colllnson Bay, etc.
Friday steamer con. sets at Prince Rupert with S. S. "PRINCE
ALBERT" for Klnoolith   N'aas Bay, Masset, etc.
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE WlH leave VICTORIA 11 P.M. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, and rua to Prince Rupert direct, not calling at
Vancouver. Passeneera will be furnished transportation Vancouver
to Victoria without extra charge. Make reservations early. Accommodation limited.
Leives Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA  and  SEATTLE.
Solid whle real!bul* trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago. Detroit, London. Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York Toronto,  Moatroel. Portland   Boston, etc.
Longest double track route under one management on the American Continent.
For ratee. time tables booklets, and full Information, passenger
or frelsht. apply to
L. V. DRUCE, Cemmereijl Agent.    H. G. SMITH, City Pae*. Agent.
533 Granville Stre't, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
'
rj PAGE FOUR
THE DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, AUGUST ll
1
15*
ii
ll
��1
!
i i i
The Daily News
A CLEAN SWEEP
VabHsbed v>y Tne Daily .\~w = Publish
4ni: Company, Llmlti 1   at tb  . - -
���Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
���--OF ALL-
SUMMER FURNITURE
A.  Pa ge.
. Managing  D rector
<Vs on .��."..' -r^x 4
FR;DAY, AUGUST 19,  1910.
WELCOME   TO   SIR  WILFRID.
The announcement   which   ire   are
.-> .������ io make, that Sir Wilfrid Laurie)
���will \isi: New Westminster before his
return '���* Ottawa, will give very wide
and L-enera! satisfaction to the whole
electoral lisrrL't r'f New Westminster.
The e.Tor-.- t., ;;,< Robert Jardine and
the committee working with him to
tsi ��� ire  M.is  honor,    and  the   - ��� cew
v. ttl . ' ' <-y    l.a', f   !,(-.���-,   ;,���'<���:.i!e ;
well merit that appn
aie i .     ���  ey will receit
Tl ���      ��� ling of regrel
���jj   ��� ���        :��� thai    the
Bo;   '��� ( Ry hai been omitted fro    I ���   ij
oi j ���'....: i Inerai:    f the Pi ��� mier, wiil
be ;.: ���    ovi      od a sense of Joy
and i.- ' expi l< 11 e l i:. the '��������� mor
which i.:. tciousl,   ai   ird
ed tl..; old t:r:;f capital ol I b pi ivin
'1'; al d ���' ; on ������ no It - heart; I an
that whit.. be li receive 1 at Vic-
ti ila, . ncouver an ! other cities he
int.- . Iti I in the course of his
length] tour will be extended t.> our
distiii ... hed \ Isltor I y tlie peop i i I
this i";-;ii city there is not ths slight
est doubt. It will Indeed be a real
pleasure- to men of all shades of opinion to join in extending the glad hand
of affectionate salutation to one so revered and distinguished.
The occasion will not only be one
of mo::.ent to New Westminster, but
will be of real value to Sir Wilfrid
in enabling him to complete his information as to what, are the needs of
the people of this tar western portion
of the Dominion. He will also be able
to set ..- w impo ant :-. fa toi In the
fu1 . ������ de' elopn ent and pn gress ol
the co .:.'. ;��� the   nol e   Fi asei     Iver
AND   ODD   PIECES   DURING  THE  BALANCE  OF THE  MONTH.
Th;  F:rst  F,oc G.ven Over  to These  S. e: a s:
$2.00  Lawn  Settees       	
$2.00  Lawn  Chairs     	
$2 00 Jap  Mats, 2x3   	
$2.25  Jap   Habutai   Mats       ..
$3.25   Reei   Bottcrr   Verandah  Chairs $2-5
$7.CO Verandah Rockers      $5.00
$35.00   Roller   Swing       $25.50
$5.00 3-5 Iron Beds ~*l.b0
$3.CO Bed  Springs   ! $2.25
$3.50   Mattresses         ..$2.50
$16.00 Dresser and Stand   $'2.25
$28.00 Buffet   $20.75
A i Baby Cabs Reduced in Price.
WaU Through the  Store. You   Will   Find   Splendid   Values   on   Every
Floor.
A'l Hammocks Reduced in Price.
Eve'ything   Marked   in   Plain   Figures.
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.      716-718  COLUMBIA   ST.,  NEW   WESTMINSTER.
__H_B_BJBJB_j
���  1111   ���
REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.     SATURDAYS,   10  P.  M
The Extensive Altera
Are rapidly nrarln? completion and soon we shall have to give up the remaining show
to have the new store front put In.    New goods are pushing their wav   |n,  crowding   n.
;   ���-��� nt���limited space, and   we are unable to .ive them the showing  they desene     Advam
S   '-   CoaU, Skins, etc.. are already on our racks, and we Invite all Interested la tbe
to call and inspect o-:r up-!o-date and varied selection.
If You Want To Go To
PORT MANN
in a Hurry, ring up Phone No. 117, and ask   for  the
Speed Launch "VITE".   It  wi!l  take  you there  in
FIFTEEN  MINUTES.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
A  Tempting Offer in Silk Underskirts
$10.00 Values  for $2.50
��� '.    Myrtle, P.ile Blue, Nary, Emerald, Light Brown and Dark Brown an  thi
dress;   .--. ie from good quality Taffeta.   This Is a genuine snap, a limited
ll Is Blm] ���   ;: up of the bai in< e of i        I ��� ��� ip to $10        i i
Lots  of New Arrivals in Fancy Goods
GOLD  DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
musl  prove     ". of    Lb i        c i ���
worth and ii   ;  ition aa a virtual      ^oap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy i
arm oi the - eai Pad       .-. give ^m peiuiiditjGOIyDDUST digs deep after .Terms
ou . -  ar;d impurities, and insures purity and safetv I
al value and importance that is only ]       Soap  Heeds  muscle   help   (aS   an   exerciser   lV<! 1
ir-*\*flT.l T\ FlT'CL'T  ,1,       *11  Ti    V   ^^"^r,  US M
Ladies' Embroidered
Collars
A splendid range o; new em-
dered i Sects In linen colli.: b. Hemetttctii d tucked and
.' ty de ligns In Qne ��� ml r< Id-
ery. All Bizes In stock from
12_ to 15   20c, 25c and 35c
Lace and Embroidered
Collars and Jabots
An almost overwhelming co  e
lion  of  natty  novelties.    Pretty
lace styles in large and small
11 ;rs and Jabots, and neat embroidered and lace creations in
pleasing styles, from 25c to
$1.50.
Sample Belts from
25c to $1.00
Fancy Wash Belts. White Kid
Belts and Colored Embroidered
Belts, a small range of travellers' .- impli b   al .-. ��� lng pri es
From 25c to $1.00
Fancy Belts 85c to $1 25
inge   of exi
e ��� -   ..       -   elasl     li
��� r nnd Dres len effe tt
B i ��� lie  tl m Of dainty I
is colored  ind inset   I   ���
ost too   numerous   for   de-
Ion 1 ere     ins] e '  tb( "
New Collar and
Sash Pins
Artistic creations in art copper,
gold, Jet, cameo, etc., Sash Pins
Bi ��� B ii tries, Collar Pins  C
and     CufT     Sets,     Pins
Broi ��� bes, from ... 25c to $1.50
Fabric Gloves 25c
Black, Fawn and Grey Net,
Black, Fawn. Paris and 11 n
Lisle and Mercerised Gloves In
la lies' sizes only,   a soi tinj
ill bi en llnec a
��� i mer gloves. Regulai values
to 4"c for. per pair    25c
nej, LrUl/JJ UUbi does all the hard Dart of the
.;.-.'..���.' -.: e    and    by    virtue   ol    her   ,T., ���i_      '.i ,    . .   , \      ���u  V******** *JX tile
v�� ork without vour assistance leavino-vnn tn tnl^
i endowments   New  tVestmln- ���       . .jmin-v, ttaviu^ VUU LOtaKe
-our exercise in 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-       \   i f
portions to cleanse    \^\l////
easily, vigorously, J>^> -^ ^
an d Vv ithout harm to
fabric, utensil or
I hands.
"Let the GOLD
La
rial iral    endowmi :. s   New Westmln-   _._..._ , ���       * T-' ~7*Z**~~*b J^^*-
������ n ,      ,. .   your exercise in a more eniovable manner
ster must become, like Quebec, which   ���* r\TTn��i   ��� *jywulv luouuci
{Sir Wilfild knows sj   well,   a greal
fresh water port.
As the Prime Minister himself remarked the other day the greal nations of the far east are fast, becoming Imbued v.-iih tiie civilizing influence.-; of tbe west. One consequence of tiiis movement Is that coun-j
tries like Japan and China are taking
.anl  will continue to take Increasing.       ��� -
���quantities of Canadian produce.   The   JJ U O I     Twins     do
j .iyain of tbe prairies must come our | yOUT WOfk.
way for shipment to the far east
Don't Wait for   Window Display,   Come in  No
w
A1-!
I ready we know thai included In tbe
plans of the Canadian Northern railway is the erection of extensive
wharfage and dock accommodation,
with immense grain elevators, at Port
Mann. This development will alone
suffice to bring to the Fraser an
amount of Bbipping even larger than
that which passes along the river
Kaminlstlqula to and front the Canadian Northern elevators at Port
Arthur. Nor is it. at all unlikely that
tbe Grand Trunk Pacific will follow
the lead thus so; and make arrange-
tnents for shipping from here a great
portion of the grain and other merchandise which they vTill carry over
the mountain extension of their line
to this city. Then side by side with
this will come other Bhlpplng and
commercial developments, which thai
Wll
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
" Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
| Cars leave Vancouver for N'ew Westminster at u:h0, C:D0, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until H:jO p.m.
Cars leave N'ew Westminster for Vancouver at 5:BO, 6;20, 0:'i0, 7:20 and
3:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 'j.m.
Sjnday Schedule.
Gar.   leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every   half    hour   thereafter    until
_       11:30 p.m.
transform the Royal City Into a j Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster     8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     10:30
a.m.:   arrives   Seattle  3:16   p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.;   arrives  Seattle 9:40  p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a. in.:  arrives Seattle 7:11") a.m.
Leaves  Seattle 8:06 a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:i"0 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:2.') p. m.
New Westminster 6:26 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   4:::."   p. m.
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle 11:45  p.m.
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
CANADIAN    NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
THE   NEW
St. Lawrence-Bristol
ROUTE
Magnificently   Appointed ��� Fast   Turbine Steamers.
OYAL EDWARD
OYAL GEORGE
18,000 HORSEPOWER
R
Full information on application to
E. GOULET, A Kent C. P. K.. or from
WM.   8TAPLETON,   General   Agent,
Room 04 Seott Hlock, Winnipeg, Alan.
Phone, Main 9000
arrives
arrives
arrives
couver at 2:00 a.m.. and nvpry hai
hour  thereafter  until  11  p.m.
populous  and  thriving centre of    industry.
All these things and many another
circumstance    connected    With      thel Eburne  Line    ___________
present  and   future  of the  loyal  and   Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
ancient, city of New Westminster will      a-m- and every hour until 11 p.m.
, ,    ,. . , ���   ,    ,CarH leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
appeal to the quick perception of thej    every hour until 10 p.m
Premier, who on his return will be
enabled to adapt the administrative
���work of liis government towards the
encouragement of our future progress.
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
at  R n.m.Mo 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
S a.m. to 10 p.m. ,^mj.   runny
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New! Lid.,   phone
Westminster. 'street sWp.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves N'ew Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
dally, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.   "
Leaves   Sumas   0:00   a.m;   arrives
bridge passenger station,  New  Westminster,   10:20   a. m.   daily   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster biidge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
Motor  launch   for  hire  by  hour or
day.   Apply   Hale Bros.   &   Kennedy,
35,  or  at  boat,  Eighth
-HI CANADIAN PACIFIC
sj/lu. Coasl SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m   Daily
1:00 p.m  Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Daily
11:00 p.m  Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8:00 u. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Kvery Thursday and  Sat.
TO  STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
9. S.   Beaver leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m.  Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   II.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured  and  put  up  in Victoria. B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:     628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4845.
Coming  to   New Westminster Shortly���address   later.
This is one more proof of the efflicacy of the Asthma Cure.   Hear
what the Victoria man has to say about the Asthma Cure.
,,     ._ .i. 521 Simcoe St., Victoria, B. C, Feb. 12
Mr. Fitzpatrick.
Dear Sir.���.Just a few lines to let you know how much good your Indian Herb Cure has done me. 1 have suffered from asthma for over
BIX years and at times it affected my breathing so that I could not
sleep at nights, but I might say that I felt relief after taking two
doses of your wonderful cure, and two bottles cured me entirely. I
will gladly recommend It to any suffering from asthma.
Yours truly.
J. A. FREDETTE.
I****************************************************
JEWELRY
Our stock of Jewelry in Gold, Silver  and   Gold   Plated  ls  the most
complete ever shown In Westminster.    Call and be convinced.
: Chamberlin's
THE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    JEWELER
Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines  and   Hamilton  Watches.
Official time inspector for C. P. Ry.
- ~ �����*��    ��� ah iv.    iiii3|��CL tui     i\Jl      ___���   ���*- *   JEV/i I
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY        NEWS
********************************.***********aaa*****l
\ FRESH TODAY-ONE   QUARTER  TON OF "
\ Lowney's  Chocolates
��� Latest Varieties At All  Prices.     Let Us SKow Them     f
��� To You At |
1 Ryall's Drug Store \
��� EYES TESTED  BY OPTICIANS. |
*****************************************************
m FR|DAY. AUGUST 19,
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PORTING NEWS
page rivn.
WILL CLASH
lllll AMATEUR SENIORS
players Who  Have  Been  Over-
, hv Selection  Committee
Thirsting for Revenge.
r., aelectlon committee is | Wl
10      one   T|ie Westminster
nlor    lacrosse    selection
fared no better Hum
having been subject-
leaving
Westminster Loses
* SNAPS IN---"1* :
Tlie Kilmarnock Cup!: ���
: SNAPS IN��� !|| p ��� p
J  Port Mann, Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Langley, f |* YOlllfQlfUl i1 JilfPQ
I  City Property and Houses and Lots.    When we say fl UAvUl OlVFll JL   ULI VW
* o    ���**���  ��� ' 1
Snaps we Mean it
r----r;z_*-r^---*M*\mm*.
(Continued From Page One)
I
has
,. been oven
over tlieir
i lie selection
made ii ml*
to the habitation of
Amateur
tbi! year
Uslonal criticism toi
good   men    when    picking
������,,, outsiders.    The boys
rlooked have been
troubles    lately :
lCome t" lll(J conclusion that
sir duty i" *l'ow
'     .:,������ ii   has
[oil thl purpose In view a
been picked trom the dis-
��� d 1)|(. following challenge,
1 In due and proper language,
[on Us wa>'
||. Keary:      \*ffm
ttl(, Westminster
Icrosse Club,
.,, ���    ned lacrosse play-
,',. , nj   Intermediate league,
( ,. ge the   presenl   Benlor
tr lacrosse team   to   a friendly
!,,   be   played   on
���ai rn, Monday evening,
iM ,���, |,      ned players have
... ..    into   ihe   follow-
.   Q, ,| \\   Coutts iS): point,
. .    rover point, \V. Patchell
defence   Cooper (W);  sec-
Ifence, Atkinson   (S);   third de-
ei   11 (S), centre, Fltz-
ijj); third home,   it. Sangster;
e,  VV. Sclater  (S);
.. \ St    ;   ' R): outside, ll.
iSi; Inside, 11. Sclater (8)
ited  team  nt   Malcon-
i    Ight Sapperton
, tenders   and    two    Re-
��� .   teams drafted this
lo, enior amateur games Sap-
i:. represented by only
three | ayet ���. much to the dis-
Ithe boys from    the    suburb,
tl al  as  they are now
I lead : r the city championship
entitled   to  more  run.
on.
or "Biscuits" Peele fl ill
; the penalty checks.
: e :��� t ten rents will
jpti at thi  rate,   if tlie takings
It. the teams will have a sup-
town after the game,
pro-
)etter
minster
won the game.
playeis   were
gth of the Beld,
Chasing     each
Jngboal alter I
.Milt!
entire game, almost a record in this
vicinity. The Vancouver men pluy a
line game when the> strike their
per gait They seemed to be In I
condition than the New West
men anil thai is what
When the Westminster
not ahle to run the len
the Terminals were
other around like Tom I
a year's training.
The Vancouver goal umpire, MUton
Oppenhelmer, Beemed to be a little
oft color. Twice there were disputed
goals, once he did not sec what happened and the other time he thought
he saw the net sa. and raised Ills
hand. Referee Peele showed him that
the ball only struck the goal post and
the uinp. withdrew his decision. Vancouver did not  need lt.
Munn, as aforesaid, played a great
game,    Shots came i Ipping in  on  him
lrom all corners of the compass
at  all degrees of speed, hut  he
there   every   time except    flve
threw the rubber out,   At
tive estimate  he    Stopped
(������.cry minute and forty-flve seconds.
Pearson on the defence and Swanson on the home   also   played   good
games  ami   all   the   fielders   were   good
until the situation became critical and
then they  weie helpless.
Peacocl and Ernie Matheson were
the star men on the held for the winners.
The  following are  the  teams:
Westminster���Munn, goal; Dlgby,
point; Pearson, cover point; Galbralth,
lirst deft nee, Patchell, sec ind defence; Gregory, third defence; Fitz-
gerald, centre; Hume, third home;
Sclater, second home-; Kenny, lirst
home; C. Smith, outside home; Swanson, inside home.
Vancouver���McDonald, goal: Matheson. point; Hums, cover point; McCuaig, flrsl defence; Donahoe, second
defence; B. Matheson, third defence;
Kiel heller, centre; Gunn, third home!
Peacock, second home. Knight, first
home; Murray, outside home; Gil-
more, Inside homo.
: $150,000   TO   LOAN
-VIA-
and
was
^^  and
i conserve-
one shot
TEAMS  PICKED.
IF.'GHTING   WEIGHTS.
Advis-
i Experts   Considering
ability    of    Change.
���   ��� porting editor of
Illn, of Milwaukee.
tr: arranging  s une  Interesting
toward a revision of
- ��� : hi re have heen so
etween the Hritish
F lie,    that    Andrews
i 'lie tlmi  was ripe at Keno to
ii    l Ith - as to wheth-
e   American, the
I-.-   si ile arbitrarily ar-
���    : the world scale.
f mately, did not get
-. until just  before the
| the  men  were so
:upled that they had not
) give the subject the considera-
[2: it deserved.
��� no  greal   unanimity  of
One .(.oiling  critic  favored
I lish weigl ��� ami the balance
: ;l"'l he!ween the American
world Bcale. In practically
|tase the critics were opposed to
weighing, and there was a
[we to throw out the so-called
l��elght of no to 112 pounds,
'nave the lowest class fixed at
f'K pounds.
F��tliat the public mav underlie situation, the three sets
.'are set forth:
Pican���
Juniors   of   Vancouver   and   Westminster Meet Here on Saturday.
The second and deciding game hetween tbe Vancouver Bast Knd tind
the Westminster West End Junior lacrosse players will take place at
Queens park on Saturday afternoon
as a preliminary to tlie big drawing
card between the professionals. The
majority of goals scored in last Saturday's game and tomorrow's event decides which of these two teams will
meet Victoria for the provincial junior
championship.
Following are the hoys who will
represent  the cities on the oval:
Vancouver Bast Knd���.1. Davis, goal;
C. Bigger, point; K. Townley, cover
point: tt. McLaren, first defence; R.
Fox, second defence; C. Padgham,
third defence: E. McLaren, centre; C
Urquhart, third home; W. Chapman,
Becond home: v. Jaynes, first home;
A. Rhodes, outside; K. Borland, inside.
Westminster West End���S. Mortison. goal; VV. Mortison. point; \V.
Patchell, cover point; E. Cooper, first
defence; L. Adams, second defence; .1.
Fee, third defence; L. Sangster, centre; II. Battson, third home; J. Burr,
second home; F. Battson, first home;
J. Johns, outside;  S. Murray, inside.
T. J. Mahoney will referee the game.
Which starts at  |.:30 sharp.
of
twelplit
(weight
'eight
talght
height
leavy
*elght
(ovei i
Weights.
 1B'>
 116
 133
 142
 158
 175
 175
Weights.
 115
 125
 135
 146
 168
..-ui ���	
Baseball in Heaven.
Mattapoisset. Mass., Aug. IS.���Baseball fans are jubilant today over the
possibility that when they reach the
golden shore, home runs and base
hits may he among the attractions
there. At least, that is the idea of
tho Rev, Julian C. Tuthill. of the Congregational church here, who in a sermon declared that there was no reason apparently why the great national
game of America should not be found
in some form or another in the world
to come. lie said in part: Heaven
ls but an evolution of this world. A
christian may love a ball game, and,
loving It. remain a christian. Why,
then, is it not sate to prophesy that
even the game of baseball will have
its place in some spiritual form in
heaven?
 175
Weights.
neavy
'above i
sli��� 	
IS stone i ^^^^^
ST9 l,bs-> ;:::::::::::i86
|      *"""��� ll-s. 147
^.r   '"���'l"K-> 17*i
^^^r^ee-L-^'
JIM1      <��� A,,,e,u,,n scale, twen-
m"5J*��eUotthe new scale,
��ni . ii, "' ""' Brl��ah set.  Of
LT, '"   signers,
' iffnV0nly  ��ne
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance,  Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
S.   FADER
NORTHERN CROWN  BANK BUILDING.
PHONE 295.
sustaining
money at Stake was too great to warrant a fizzle, and that Reno wanted
the fight for business reasons. As Jeffries was also anxious to go ahead
and take a chance, probably because
of a big loser's end, the two physicians were finally won over after they
had been informed that. If Jeffries b ���-
came weak his seconds or the referee
would prevent, him from
serious Injury. H^^^^^^^
"Rickard, Corbett, Berger and others close to Jeffries knew before he
started  for  the arena  on   Julv    1   thai
he was in poor condition, but they
kept back the truth because of the
money, Johnson was allowed to remain  in   Ignorance as  tO Jeffries'  real
condition until he learned it himself
in the ring, A new law prohibiting
prize tights in Nevada will go Into effect iu October, ami will prevent, a
repetition of this gigantic swindle. I
don't know whether Governor Dicker-
son, of Nevada, knew at the time that
Dis. Hood and West had pronounced
Jeffries unfit., but if he didn't somebody was to blame. If he did It seems
rather strange that he did not prevent the fight himself, In spite of Ids
friendship for Rickard, the chief pro-
meter."
Governor Dickerson, it will he remembered, made it clear thai unless
the flghi was on the level he would
promptly interfere. If it is true, according to the above communication
thai two physicians In compliance
with the law examined Jeffries, found
him unfit, and then agreed to let him
flght, sporting men believe there
should be an Investigation. There is
a wide difference of opinion among
eye-witnesses of tlie mill as to Jeffries' physical condition.
Crawford's
(Old Country)
FOR AFTERNOON TFAI
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY |
-TO   THE-
INDUSTRIAL and AGRICULTURAL
EXHIBITION
August 15 to 20.
AT VANCOUVER
Tickets on Sale August 15 to 20.
August 24.
Final Return Limit
Pare $1.05
For the Round Trip From WESTMINSTER.
Apply : Or Write To :
ED. GOULET, Agent,    C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A.
New Westminster Vancouver, B. C.
Currant Puffs
Butter Puffs
Moses B. Cotsworth
Replies To Martin
(Continued from Page One.)
!
I
Pie ���
Battling
to   favor
BASEBALL
���?*���������'. ...
Kiiv  ,,;��� ���������
[*** ""��� 
h;."��v	
League
li
and
II. E.
7 10    2
0    2    3
Sugrien;
R
^~oX,?n "tf Ble
elk
H. E.
���I    ii    2
3   t;   3
mkonshlp;
HAS    BEEN    MADE    CLEAR.
Jeffries    Was    Unfit    to    Fight,    Say
Physicians   Who    Examined   Him.
New. York. Anu. IS.���Was Jeffries
pronounced physically tit by several
prominent physicians before he entered the ring to fight Johnson at
Keno? Gradually facta are coining to
[light that would seem to indicate that
i much interesting Information concern-
ling Jeffries' true condition before the
I fight was suppressed by persons who
profited financially by holding the
scrap according to schedule. A letter
has been received here from a man
Who desires to have his name withheld, in which it is stated that, in accordance with the law permitting
prize fights in the state of Nevada,
Jeffries and Johnson were both examined by a hoard of live physicians.
Dr Hood, president of the Nevada
Hoard of Health, and Dr, West, both
found and declared that Jeffries was
physically unfit to enter the ring.
These physicians strenuously advised
Jeffries not to light, and frankly told
him that lie was ln poor condition.
Under the Nevada law the Hoard of
Examining Physicians had to be unanimous in granting permission for tne
pugilists lo proceed, so pressure from
all sides was brought to bear on Urs.
Hood and West.
It was shown that  the amount of
such losses in the future and profit by
their experience.
N.     Vou  had  been    addressing    tlie
London men now in Vancouver in one
of the most forceful speeches recently
heard  there.    1 cordially agreed with
most  of your remarks, but your allusion therein to having made plenty of
money  in  li. C. naturally called your j
words   to   mind   whilst   reading   your,
name, so I quite casually, and without'
the slightest harm in  my mind, jocularly remarked, "And so it is easy to!
see   where   even   Joseph   Martin   gets '���
some of his money."
O.   The truth of that remark seems
amply proved by your letter, where in
paragraph   five,  you  admit   buying  at
$1000 and selling at $2100, which as 11
show at the end of paragrapli 255, re- \
suits in a burden of about  $110 peri
year, or $n per mouth on all the subsequent purchasers who eventually locate on  that land,  though  you  have
done nothing for it.
P. Your further paragraph ten example states that in 1004, you bought
a lot on Granville street, Yancouver,
for $1440, and it was sold a short
time ago for $35,000. Have you or
the Vancouver workers ever considered In the Interest of that city,
the fact that the difference as an "unearned increment" of $33,560 on the
8 per cent, basis so commonly paid as
Interest by workers on the coast, is
costing Yancouver citizens $2685 per
year as increase in their cost of living and thereby crippling the city's
future development ?
Q. At least in N'ew Westminster,
we realize that the increased price
now demanded for the land you
bought is preventing that full and
ready use for the benefit of this city,
Which would have been attained had
the city authorities then wisely kept
those lands as city property, to increase its assets and power to attract
tlie desirable settlers now needed.
Instead of that, your exaction is
handicapping this city.
H. I accept your statement wllich
furnishes fuller particulars than could
be gathered from the abstract furnished by the land registry office, and accordingly amend paragraph 231 by inserting on the fifth line after "as"
three-fourths of, and on the twenty-
eighth line after "it" with the adjoining quarter, also omitting from the
name "Weart" on the eighth line, to
the end of the twenty-fifth line.
Unfortunately the registry regulations did not permit of my inspecting
the documents you thought 1 had access to beyond the abstract which
though all headed for lot 1 (except
S. E. part), subdivision block 4. was
complicated hy other sales not specified thereon.
S. Your best friends had hoped
that experience In the Imperial parliament would have enabled you to retrain writing such an abusive
that vou addressed to the
the Royal City, but It will
from doing my duty to
Delicious and Wholesome
il
'    j
>.|
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH  BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster
Box  137
You will Enjoy Your Afternoon Cup With Some of
These.   Try Them
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
1
J
f
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
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, Koo
tenay 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.
Try a  "WANT"  ad
It will bring results.
in  The  News.
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a full   line   of
Builders  Hardware in this
believe   we   can
of PAINTS
tke   Best
City.
Before Building See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
i   save   you    |
and   OILS
Ltd.
	
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from   $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl   and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
!
���
���
a ****************************************************
John B. Gray
i
^^^^^^ WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.  ^^^^^^
Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
****************************************************X
train
letter its
mayor of
not deter me
the citizens of New Westminster by
proving that such transactions as
yours now tying up land within this
basis of
city, are  crippling  the  rea
their prosperity and happiness.
With less respect for you than I
had before, but with great respect for
the House of Commons. I am,
MOSES B. COTSWORTH.
Salmon Report
Belllngham���Got about 1100 sockeyes and 700 cohoes yesterday.
Anacortes���Only got 400 flsh yesterday.
Ewens cannery���Got 800 flsh yesterday.
British Columbia���Got only 100 flsh
yesterday.
Brunswick���Got 168 flsh yesterday;
about 70 flsh this morning.
St. Mungo���Got very few flsh yesterday.
Vancouver���Got 600 flsh yesterday.
Scottish Canadian���Got 100 fish yesterday.
Imperial���Got 800 fish yesterday.
Gulf of Georgia���Got 300 flsh yesterday;  very few flsh this morning.
Fire Insurance
Was your property fully covered by Insurance ?
That is the question that is asked after a fire.
Many a man is left in very hard circumstances by
not having his property insured.
For a very small cost you can take out a policy in
one of the companies I represent and be relieved of
all worry and trouble in case anything should
happen.
I represent Canadian and British non-trust companies which are noted for their low rates and the
prompt manner which they pay their losses.
SEE ME TODAY
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
651 Columbia Street Phone 62
A        tt/ r    PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
m
T'tt
il
3
23
^
I
FRID^- AUGUST,,
SHOE
PRICES
THAT
WILL   MAKE
YOU
THINK!
Women*! U.Oj
Shoes   for |2,tj0
s
\
IS
���_'���* .'ft-
Tomorrow is the
Last Day of our
GREAT BARREL
SALE
A Golden Opportunity Lost if you don't attend the Great Barrel
Sale of Shoes Tomorrow at
JOHNSTON'S
a
GREATER BAR)
GAINS than evj
up to 11 p.m)
Saturday.
!"��' .K.1-��� |
Saturday, the 20th is positively the last day of our Great Sale���We have hundreds of Bargain
Left Yet,   Profits have been forgotten, we don't want profits tomorrow, we must get rid of thl
Shoes at any cost.   We want to make Saturday's business the greatest on record.   If Price]
will do it, our hopes are already realized.   It will pay you to buy up a year's supply.
Remember!!!  TOMORROW IS THE LAST DA
RE4D ON, and See If These Prices Will Interest You :
MEN'S   SHOES
Men's $5.50 Patent Leather Boots, our
"Broadway Shoe" $3.95
Men's Russian Calf   "Warwick Shoes"
1910 styles, regular $5.50 for... .$3.00
Men's  Velour Bluchers,   Cuban   heels,
Royal last, a $5.00 boot for $3.25
Men's $3.50 Dongola Bluchers, a comfortable wide fitter $2.35
Men's  $3.50  working    Boots,   splendid
wearers - - - .$2.25
Men's 54.50 Ox Bloods, Saturday' price
for these is $2.95
CHILDREN'S SHOES
Children's TanJ and Black Lace Boots,
sizes 4-7 65c
Children's $1.50 Low Shoes in black and
tan 75c
Children's white canvas lo\v shoes, reg.
$1.25 to 51.50, special for Saturday.50c
Children's Tan and Black Pumps, American make, sizes from 7 to 2, regular
$1.50 to $2.00. These are selling on
Saturday   for 95c
LADIES'   SHOES
Ladies' Broadway high cut Patent Leather Boots, our regular 54.00 line, on
sale Tomorrow for $2.50
Ladies' Patent Leather Oxfords, colored
tops, regular $3.50, Saturday... .$2.00
Ladies'52.50 Black Kid Oxfords, heavy
soles, a genuine solid shoe $1.65
Ladies' Tan Calf and Chocolate Kid
Ankle Strap Pumps, our regular sellers
for $3.50, Saturday $1.75
Watch The Big Shoe House   Tomorrow  NigN
JOHNSTON'S Sign of the Big Electric Boot,
New  Westminster,
m_
t*\
<����� .ridav
aUGUST 19, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
DERATION HANKS IN
Lfl Tl) AID FARMER
Ih Gove
I Alon3
rnm,Bt to Establish Sys-
Lines of the Aus
the
trallan   Plan.
v    ,.    The Barl or Carol Agriculture,  bus
,d thui the   governmenl   in.
"C egtabllsH o  ^sten.   of   co-
���        k  ror the benefll of the
ll. I D��UBi      ....      .ii,/.,.,,,.,,,i
WENT    HUNGRY.
Lord's  Day Alliance  Prevents Visitors
From Eating on Sundays.
Chatham, Aug. 18.���Yesterday over
live hundred Americans came mer by
boat to Chatham to visit friends iii
,l"' Detroll .Mot,,,- Boal club, whose
boats were anchored tor the dav They
arrived al two o'clock, all eager for
something to eat, but owln \ to the
strict enforcemenl of the Lord's Hav
Act in this city they were unable to
get dinner anywhere, it was too late
for the hotels, and the restaurants
were all closed. The visitors could
not oven get Ice cream and cake to appease (heir hunger.
���fliis  announcement
among   the
f'"u ��� icc  the Liberals of
,;heir thunder. The policy
d long ago by the Union-
ed ,,!: Balfour in 1909 In-
EL the idea In a speech which
lured a" Birmingham. The
E which he sel forth then was
V . , |��� his pany s platform.
fl, .1 0f Carrington is a model
l! 'aHe owns 23,000 acres of
.Inuring the lasl Unionist admin-
I' he Induced- parliament to
I , j| holdings bill and this
F iutl ml :ed sentlmenl In
I m favor of the restora-
, nd to peasanl proprle
JT; . Vl     , ne  of Carrlngton's
Ideals when he was governor or New
s"""i Wahs. ii,. has succeeded In
reforming the land laws and tbe consequent dividing of huge farms Into
small holdings. He lias given no details Of his new scheme. It is to be
assumed that the credit of the new
banks wlll be arranged along the lines
of the Australian plan, under which
the government, with simple and easy
conditions, advances to farmers as
much as $2,600 to clear and fence
their Land and provide roads, Irrigation, etc. The loans are repaid in Instalments when ti ountry Is prosperous.
While Carrlngton's scheme |B socialistic the newspaper of all parties
commend it highly.
j       A    DOUBLE    MISFORTUNE.
Ezra Morningstar Lost His Whisky
and Was Fined.
Niagara Kails, Aug. 18.���A peculiar
case was tried by Magistrate Barton
of StevenBville, when Ezra Morning-
star was charge l with supplying an
'i\lmll:i�� Uster" with liquor, Accord-
'"���' '" lli1, evidence, Morningstar wan-
dered Into the shop of Frank Hazen,
whose name graces the prohibited list
Ol Welland county, while intoxicated,
and tell asleep In the place. While
l!"' man slept Hazen removed a bottle Of whisky from Morning slat's pocket. County License Inspector House
heard of the case, and laid an Information against Morningstar, who was
lined $25 ami costs. This is the lirst
'���ase  of  this  kind  on   record.
SEAMEN'S STRIKE
RUMORS MYTHICAL
Small Chance That World's
Commerce will be Tied Up.
Arbitration Asked.
BAILIFF   ON   GUARD
IS   PARSON    ON    JOB
Montesano, Aug. 18.���Rev. u. L.
sheiiev performed a dual duty ibis
morning. While acting as bailiff tor
tbo Chehalis county grand jury, bo
married Antone Pedro and Mrs. iiat-
tle Dougherty, of Cosraopolls. Tbo
wedding took place in tlie corridor
on the Becond Boor of the courthouse:
As the minister stood guard over tho
portals to the jury room he pronoun��
ed the words which made the happy
couple man and wife.
INCOME TAX OF MONARCH
IS CAUSING SPECULATION
Chancellor   Maintains   That   the   Civil
List   Is  Not a  Salary, but  Merely
an   Allowance.
i if wiii imif .iiiim hh in ini . u ~��iaw
portant  To  Investors
iter Monday, the 22nd inst.. the price of
stock in the
Amalgamated Development Co.
|will be raised  to  the  following  figures:
General Investors, $2.00 Per Share.
Investors holding International or Northern Oil
[Certificates of Exchange can purchase up to HALF
the number of shares they hold in those companies
for $1.00 Per Share.
. As the stock of the Amalgamated Development
Company will shortly be withdrawn from the market, we give the present stock holders this opportunity of increasing their holdings at Bed Rock
'figures.
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
Seattle, Auk. IS.���That the worldwide hi tike of .seamen, which il was
rumored might he inaugurated to assist Birtiah seamen in their light tb
break Up the Shipowners' Federation
of the l'nited Kingdom and Europe,
is really a false alarm is established
by Inquiries among local union men.
and more particularly by a letter
which P. II. Dill, husiness agenl of
the Seattle seamen's union, lias received lrom A. A. FtiruseUi, president
of the American International, at presenl in England,
Conciliation Likely.
Mr. Puruseth states in tiiis letter
Ihat he and .1. tiavelock Wilson, ex-
member of parliament and president
of tin; British seamen's union, appeared before the members of the
Board of Trade in London and requested thai body to take steps to
pre ven I the threatened trouble. A
conciliation committee was promised,
In his communication, which was dated Augusl 3, Mr, Furuseth further
says thai thd wages of seamen in
ondon were materially advanced the
preceding week.
The British seamen are demanding
the elimination of the "black list" system, which makes it difficult, in fact,
almost Impossible, for a man to secure
employment from the master of a
ship idler having been discharged by
the captain of another, and better
working conditions. The "black list''
system was in vogue on the Pacific In
1893 and on the greal lakes up till a
few years ago, but has heen practically abolished as far as American seamen are concerned.
Delegates    in    Europe.
Tlie   fact   that   the   American   and
European       international       seamen's
unions are allied is presumed to have
given  rise to tlie rumors of a   sympathetic strike should British  seamen
and  those  of other   European   countries decide to go out.   There are several  American delegates now  on the
other side of the Atlantic for the purpose  of  attending   the  convention   of
the transportation  employees of  Europe at  Copenhagen the latter part of j
this  montli,  but   Business  Agent Gill I
says that their presence has nothing |
to do with a possible strike Involvin
American seamen.
London, Aug. IS.��� Much speculation is heing Indulged in as to whether King Qeorge should pay liis income
tax. Mr. Lloyd-George announced
just before parliament adjourned that
in view of the fact thai the king bad
assumed the cost of entertaining his
guests of the nation he be relieved of
burden of the income tax. This started a lively discussion. The matter
has heen taken up both in the commons and thoroughout tlie country.
it is now plain thai the chancellor
of the exchequer has gol himself into
a pretty mess by his bast lly assumed
ride, lie argued that the civil list of
the  monarch  was not a  salary, but
merely an allowance made towards
the maintainence oi the dignity of the
crown. He also argued that If the Income tax was deducted that it would
be a good deal like giving witli ono
hand and taking with the other. This
was a singular argument to come
from the lips of the ultra-radical
chancellor, and'it might be used with
equal force in tlie case of every member of the public service.
There is quite a tidy sum Involved,
for the king's income tax under tho
present budget would be nearly $200,-
000 annually. It is well known that
King Edward as well as King George
disliked the arrangement which originated under Victoria. The latter lived in comparative retirement and did
not  entertain a great  deal.
This   was  all   changed   under  King
Edward, who set an example which
his son has been compelled to follow. The matter of royal entertainment, In spite of jibes to the contrary. Is really an important (dement
In tbe Intricate game of International
politics, It furnishes opportunities
for understandings and friendly discussion which played a great part in
King Edward's wonderful peace reign.
Columbia Street
Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, foal, to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
cOuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
DICKENS'
STAMPS   TO
BE   PLACED ON  SALE
London.  Aug. IS.���The use of conscience  money   to  celebrate  the   ap
preaching centenary  of Charles Dickens is tin   suggestion of the editor of
tlie  Strand  Magazine.      To the great
novelist's present  day  admirers  it. is
pointed out that  Dickens did not live
to draw one-tenth of the profits from
his  books and  received  no  royalties
whatever from  America, and  besides
all this, three of his children are in
comparatively poor circumstances. Allowing for loss and the wear and tear
on 24,000,000 copies of Dickens' works
that  have been Issued at   two   cents
i royalty   on   each   copy   would   realize
half a million dollars.   But this is recognized as impossible and it is there-
I for   suggested   that   every   owner   of
1 Dickens' books buy a Dickens' stamp
for each volume, thus certifying that
j tlie   royalty   of   two   cents   has   been
!paid.   The stamps will be put on sale
throughout  the  world In  1911.    It Is
; proposed that the sum thus raised be
handed to the representatives, of tbe
Dickens  family   to  be   used  as   tbey
may see fit.   A strong committee will
be formed to handle the matter.
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eturne,   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-
SS   f\ 'OC       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & to. ���
FRONT 8TREET. New We��tmlruter.
Telephone 133.
BROUGHT    BACK    TO sLIFE.
Little Boy Resuscitated After Last
Hope Was Gone.
Ingersoll, Aug. 18.���When discovered by chance at the bottom of a
huge water tank in the barnyard of
bis father's farm, Louis Frank Vyse,
the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Vyse, who reside near Mount
Elgin, was believed to be dead. The
child's face bad already turned black,
and there was scarcely a sign indicating that he was alive. A local physician was summoned by telephone, and
I he made a rapid trip to the Vyse farm
by auto. Although the family had
practically given up all hope of the
hoy's life being saved, tbe physician
worked heroically for over an hour
and succeeded in resuscitating the
child, who is expected to recover. The'
I strange feature of tlie accident is that
no one knows how long the child was
|in Lite water, he had not been missed,
'and was discovered when his brother
went for a pail of water. There were
about eighteen inches of water In the
t"ik. The child is supposed to have
climbed on top of boards which were
|laid over the tank, and to have fallen
| through them.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker-wharf at 3 P." M. daily 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 Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
*******************>*********************************
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
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
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
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars 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 service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
We Have Acreage
At Rock Bottom
Prices
POR T MA NN
PORTLAND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Canadian Northern
Have Put Their Terminus On The Map
To Stay
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents
i
���i
H "*    PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
I
.9;
%
��
\i
U1
"'���
1.   !
|
1?
{
;
I
TOOLS
Our stock of Carpenters' Tools
is complete, and prices are the
lowest. Come in and let us
���how you.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
****#**#********#*'.#**���?, aa* ������*������&������*������#������*������#������#���
iCity News!
AUGUST ���
"H
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me.
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow.
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMAN'S DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition this fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
7-1;
For a Good
Dinner-
Come Here
We serve a meal that
is better than the best.,
a meal that is good
enough for the table of
the fastidious epicure.
We give you all the season's latest delicacies
deliciously cooked.
Oar dining room is
cool and airy; the tables
are brilliant with spotless linen, fine china and
fresh flowers.
Give us a trial.
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
n
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
T. A. MUIR Ic CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane   Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
Owing; to s-otne of the bandsmen be-
in,; absent there was no hand concert
at Queens park last evening, but there
ni.i ee one there tonight.
Try a "Want'' ad ia The News It
will bring results. **
Although guards have been searching for John Nalee, the Indian convict
who escaped from the penitentiary on
August 9, no trace of him has yet
been found.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. *���
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral design* and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 2**. ������
The funeral of the eleven months
old child of James B. Lister, of 319
Princess street, will be held tbis
afternoon at. two o'clock. The child
died on  Wednesday night.
If you are selling your household
furniture by auction call up Halt-
Cook, the auctioneer. Phone SSO; who
will got you Al renulte and settle
"up within twenty-four hours." Estab-
llslied over two years. *���
Mayor Lee returned hist evening
from his summer home at Crescent.
C. T. Saunders and Mrs. Wolfe are
both recovering from the effects of
tbe Yorko bridge accident.
Pot plants and fresh ent flower*
at Tidy's store.    Pfcoae 1J4. �����
A post office has been formally
opened at White Rock' this week, F.
C. Philp being appointed postmaster.
Over two hundred people are camping
at White Rock at tlie present time.
Quick delivery of all house furnishings bought at Fales'. Our stock is
complete, the prices the lowest.    ���*
The death occurred on Wednesday
of James, the four months old child
of Thomas B. Duffey, ot 830 Twelfth
street. The funeral will take place
at two o'clock today to the Anglican
cemetery.
Three hundred and fifty dollars will
buy a lot and build a cpttage at White
Rock. White, Shiles fe Co. will tell
you how. ������
G W. Laidlaw, a former Hamilton
manufacturer, is clearing a site on
1 ulu island, about half a mile from
the bridge, on the river bank. It is
Ids intention to etect a wire nail and
Wire rence factory.
The train service to White Rock is
most convenient for campers; the business mail can be in town by breakfast time. Three trains have there
for New Westminster in the afternoon
and evening, arriving at 2:50, 6:25
and 9:27 p. m. Trains for White Rock
leave New Westminster at 8:15 and
10:30 a. in.;  4:30 p.m. and midnight.*
The Fruhling came into port yester-
| day from Victoria where she has been
doing some dredging. She will commence opeiations In tlie mouth of the
river here again as soon as the fishing season slackens a  little.
Cedar lumber for sale cheap. We
have on hand a small, quantity of
rough cedar, oae Inch, one and a half
inch, and two iaefces tblok. Juat right
for dralaage work. We wlll eir�� a
great hargala ������ thla lumber. Walsh
Snsli a��d D*��r factory. J.. oa* 413. ������
t
K.   Lletan,  an  Austrian  Inmate  of
the asylum, attempted to commit aul-,
cide at the asylum farm yesterday by
cuttine his throat.   The attempt waul
unsuccessful and the man It now un-,
der tbe doctor's cafe und progressing
well.
For a pleasant cool drink, try tke
Ice Cream Sodas at Tbe Royal Cafe. ���*
Some one threw a clpar butt against
the foot of the bill board opposite the
city nail yesterday morning, and a
lively blaze was tbe consequence. The
I fire was noticed before it had made
much headway and tne firemen waited across the street and settled it
with a chemical  hand  apparatus.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C.'E.'R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
In  the  provincial  police  court  yesterday four or live fishermen appeared
befoie Magistrate Pittendrlgh    ou    a
tharge of fishing    without    a license.'
lour ot them were    fined    $10    and
costs   >'-jt thp other man failed to re-j
spend to tbe summons and a warrant,]
charging him with disobeying a sum-]
mons  and   fishlug  without  a  license,
was issued against him and  ho  was |
bi rested     His name is S. Sedero.
For   carnations,    sweet    peas   and
dahlias,    phone    Daries    greenhouse, j
R 208. "   I
|
Fales' furniture figures are fair. *���
A meeting of tbe Benevolent society i
was held In the board of trade room
at the city hall yesterday afternoon.
In spite of the Increasing population
and the high cost of living tho work
of tbis society has not grown to any ,
extent.     In   fact  during  the   summer
the work of the society has fallen be-(
low what It was last year.    Several of
the old  charges ou    the    Benevolent
society have died and  very  few new j
ones have been discovered.
Steamer  Transfer   will   make   Sun-
day    afternoon    trips    to    Steveston
during   the   fishing   season,   fare   .1.1
rioat  leaves  Westminster  at  3  p. hi., '
returning   leaves   Steveston   at   *>:30 ,
.    m.
See Fales for Camp Furniture, cheap
and reliable. * *
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and  Mrs. Charles W. Talt  wish I
to  fake  this opportunity of thanking'
their friends for the    kindness    and,
sympathy  shown during their recent
bereavement
The Public
Supply Stores
Sauce
Have you tried
it ? If not, you
have missed a
treat.
If served with
meat or fish, it
makes it more
appetizing o n
account of its
pequant and
pleasant flavor,
Try a bottle.
iSM
THE WIND-UP OF
ALL ODD LINEai
��� ���    mi all
On Saturday night we close our summer clearance sale.   A further reduction in pr|
lots throughout the store will make speedy clearance of every article of which   we d
Customers will do well to look around Friday and Saturday and investigate every offering
' "  "tlil I
dlBPOtt
Women's Cotton
Undervests, 10c Each
Odd lines up to 25c. One big
lot of vyatson's Qne cotton
undervests���lines that we
have on display and others
with but 1 or 2 of a size.
Long sleeves, short sleeves
tind no sleeves; all sizes. To
lear Friday and Saturday,
each ..: 16c
Odd Lines of Childrens
Undervests and
Drnwers 10c Each
Only a few sl/.es left, so the1)-
Will be cleared out Friday
and Saturday without reserving any of the line. Long
and short sleeve vests and
the drawers to match. All on
sale, each  10c
A Dozen Lines of
Odd Blouses
95c Eachl
'"** Regular Values $1.35 to $2.2rj. *rr,���* ��� v
Some of the lines tire here in but one or two Blzes, thei rontai I
fair assortment. We have gathered Into one big lot every mid blou I
up to the highest price mentioned, and we now place them on sa'J
for Friday and Saturday with the expectation thai nol one will b
left by Saturday night. There are black and cream lustre waliti
tailored linen waists, embroidered waists, striped colored chambrwl
waists, tailored waists of vesting, a few waists with Peter Pan eo-l
lars; sizes ?,2 to 40.   Your choice Friday and Saturday, each       9$c I
Hundreds of Pieces
of Neckwear 25c Eachl
Regular  Values 35c to 75c.
Here again the week end clearance   sale affords   a splendid  opportunity to secure a bargain. This special lot contains   dozens  of theI
newest styles In neckwear. They arc o hi  lines  which must be cleared|
out before the arrival of fall showing.     Jabots,   Dutch   collars, ch:!
dren's collars, linen collars, Chantlcler pleated collars,   etc,  All ot
sale at one price Friday and Saturday, each  2x|
Children's Nightdresses
and Underskirts 50c Each]
Regular Values 75c and $1.00.
Another odd lol of fine Cambric night   dresses and  undei    rti
able for girls four to sixteen years of age.   Garments are V'        I
and nicely trimmed with self it ills and tucks.   The odJ lot to cWrf
Friday and Saturday, eacl
IY
W. S. COLLISTER
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
SentjOn Approval
To RESrONSTBi.K 1* EOPI. 8
Laug'hlin M
FOUNTAIN PEN M
and SS-3is
$g&y$
RED GEM mm
E/6e InK Pencil __]* +
m
Your Choice of
Thm
Two
Popultr
Articles
(or tn!"
-   ��>
Poni
paid
Ij any
address
****************************************************
|
Some Special Snaps
i
-THESE   WILL   MAKE   VOU   MONEY-
'���*        a lots on Second street.   Excellent view.   Streets on three sides
I* or  this  property.    $350 each.  Term*.
. 10  lots  extending  Trom   First   to   Second  street.    This  property
J In especially well situated.    SWWs on three aides, and lane at rear.
Z Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
If
���
Bl   IkiUIBb  L.JL ~Q  tm*. *
liuilra��ti.�� Sit txhoj lili
Every pen guaranteed
full li Ikt. M.iia t.u ,1���tut
���i, nglll liuutl niuy be had
in a.llier iur aUuU.l'll
lit nek oj��w)ue pattern, oi
NouhrtakaWIe Tinli.'pai -
1 mt, aa <Wsire<l, either in
. luia er eii|;rar��ti fiuiali,
<������ preierred.
T���� nn trrtliit|.��n ��� a,,.\
If raw .a ital v��l i I it rrpi.i.MUft,
��� *.llr,    _!),:_  tlk.,1 you can Ml-
o..,�� tn rakaaitautan iraciAtL
r.���.   la   aatf rthar mai,,, If ���. ,1
��� ���(.��,!,    ,��t .t-.i-m,,   |��� .,.,,
,.���,l Ntara II a.tl ne- Hill , . ,| f
laa*:.tt., II. !
rerun ii_r Ii oar taut** aa41
f.palar  H>a  11,��  )_|<  f,Mj|,   ,
,mt���flu h.** Proaftrlaa,cti, au.y
ha   ���*mr<1    tr.   ����y   ponlllim   ia |
r.���rk��l ai rhr|.pl,,s l.r. write*
any  aayla at lint laaoK   I u
aum      ,m1 n n   t���,\:   la,Mn...
y^iai, r,ailaliertTatoaafiM ynMier |
ra.��,   .  rra &*u,  flnlltl,    Rrt.it
aiarrmlar.   t.r  t'M.       irml.
Waal.*     *,l_ _,, fc,.,,^   �� ,������
arm "lm you farggt"    Aidrrr,
n Laughlin Mfg. Co.*|
toijtatli Bldg.,
Ditto.. jrt,.
L IT.rPAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY       NEWS %***aaa*********aaaaa*��**a**aa
F. J. HART & CO, Ltd.
******aa*********a
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
THE MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
IS THE BEST IN THE DOMINION
It's record of successful operation in the city,
though not of long years, is well known, and it ���*]
now better than ever before.
FALL TERM IS NOW IN SESSION
New students are enrolling each day.   It Wi
pay you to attend.   Call at the school or apply t01
A. L.  BOUCK,  Principal   ^
610 Columbia Street, New  Westminst-r- o-
^
If you want ^something: Choicer Sunda}
roast
els.
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure g
P. BURNS' MARKE'
{COLUMBIA STREET
���*2*_yt__*-'
��� ^���Jf^.r^B.'rf^**^_*Sfi
;.��v a,-/" \r>-

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0317196/manifest

Comment

Related Items