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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
��h,m Camping
^WHITE  ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITg,SHBL��S f-CO.
_N#A/   WESTMINST^      I
|LUME 5, NUMBER  iis-
NEW WESTMINSTER, li- C, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1910.
LIGHT PAGES.
PRICK  I ������.      CENTS.
MT RAINS HELP
TO EXTINGUISH FIRES
Dorts From Interior Show
Jood Progress Made in
Extinguishing Outbreaks
elson,  B. C, July  22.���Light rains
laBi night and tins morning, ma-
���al'lv   assisting   the   various   forces
tgej    jn    lighting   the   bush   tiies.
\r\  iiiogress  lias  been   made  in  ex-
tulshlng the fires.
t-  foi est   Ures situation  generally
tbe   southeastern   portion   of   the
Ivince   is   distinctly   better   today.
sky  is overcast  ami  all  Indlca-
s point   to  much  cooler  weather
local showers.
he   fire   at   Slocan   Junction    was
mered yesterday and the me:) sent
from   Nelson  to  assist   the  ranch-
In  lighting it  returned lasi  night.
ii  late  report  was  locelved   from
Are al Arrow Park, on the Arrow
geB   but it  Is now known that  the
did not get Into the valuable tim-
,,u Mosquito creek,    lt is probable
hi this tire is well under control and
(the way to extinction.
The   only   serious   fire   In   this   dls-
ct   now   is   that   at   Halls   Siding,
e Nelson, on the Great .Northern,
u  is under control.
is  understood  that  the  town  of
liulon is now quite safe and all the
in   the   Kaslo   district   are   well
hand.
JAPANESE IMDEiiEl! IS
HANGED ON HIS BIRTHDAY
Stolidity    Displayed    on    Scaffo!d    by
Ishimaru   Kengo, Slayer of  Nishizawa���Delayed twelve  Minutes.
.RE'S
HARD   KNOCK
ON   WOMEN   WRITERS
year  ago   1
Today   I   go
���I POLICY IS
RING'S CIVIL LIST
TO BE CARRIED OUT I   DISCUSSED IN HOUSE
Dominion's   Navy   Will  Be Labor   Leader  Would   Cut
"Thirty-four���thirty-five
come   Into   world   today.
out.    Strange, yes."
In his own peculiar style Ishimaru
Kengo expressed as above the Irony
Of fate which decree.! that lie was to
be done- to death by law on the anniversary of the day of his birth.
Kengo, who was expiating the murder of a fellow countryman, Nishizawa. at White Rock last December,
walked firmly to the Bcaffold a few
minutes after eight o'clock yesterday
morning. A crowd of about fifty morbid men were gathered in the prison
yard to witness the execution, which
was quicker than previous hangings
in this city. The doomed man took
his position on the twip, replied In a
monosyllabic to a qui slion by bis
spiritual adviser, .Methodist Missionary I. Nyshlinura, then calmly stood
while Hangman Radcllffe manacled
and strapped him and adjusted the
black cap.
Instead of the usual prayer, the
Japanese minister merely uttered two
or three words, a Japanese farewell.
Radcllffe sprang the lever and the
body dropped out of sight behind the
palllsade erected around the gallows.
That death was not instantaneous was
evident by the twitching of the rope,
this heing noticeable for over two
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ minutes.
  After the body had heen suspended
ndon, July 21i.���Leading book pub-'for  some  time  Dr.   R.   Eden   Walker'
hers were Invited to give testimony ' examined it for signs of life and de-
lore a conference on public morals I tected  a  faint  heart   action.    It   was
means of bettering them, which j not until nearly twelve minutes after
the condemned man dropped that life
was finally pronounced extinct,
although Kengo must have been un-
conclous from the first, as the spinal
column  was broken.
A jury, composed of W. C. K. Baker,
foreman; C, J. Donohue, Walter Oliver, William Johnson. Aleck McDonald and Elijah Karl, viewed the body
and returned a verdict of death according to law, Coroner Pittendrlgh
presiding. The corpse was later
hinted in the pauper's field.
Built, Even Though U. S.
Settlers Object To It.
Melville, Sask.. July 22.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier ami party had a largely at-
tended meeting lieie this afternoon.
Prior to the meeting Sir Wilfrid received a deputation of grain growers,
who urged the early completion of the
Hudson Bay railroad, and also said
the American settlers objected to the
navy policy of the government hut
the premier assure.! them the naval
policy would be carried out, notwithstanding any objections to it.
Other speakers were Hon. G. P. Graham. P, I-'. Pardee and Hon. Walter
Scott,   premier   of   Saskatchewan.
Down Ruler's Allowance,
But House Disagrees.
FOR   SIX   MONTHS.
Woman Gets Separation From Husband for a Short Time.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 22.���Suggesting that "absence makes the heart
grow fonder," Supreme Court Justice
Morscbauser today signed an order
granting Mrs. Elizabeth Burger a six-
months' separation from her husband,
Mortimer Burger, of Staatsburg. The
court filed an order cancelling the
separation   in   six   months'   time,     lt
London, July 12.���In the commons
this afternoon Chancellor Lloyd
George moved resolutions for the payment to King George of a civil list
of ��470,000 sterling annually for the
maintenance of the royal family and
the upkeep of the royal palaces.
Mi. Haines, labor leader, representing Blackfrlara division of Glasgow,
moved an amendment, reducing tlie
amount to ��385,000 sterling. Mr.
Barnes said he believed the proposals
of the chancellor would be regarded
by any outside body of intelligent men
as outrageous. lie expressed the opinion that the Duchies of Cornwall and
Lancaster should be regarded as pub-
FISHING FLEET TO BE SEEN FEAR Lillil ��� IS
ON SWHMISIONS; m ^ h mi
Steamer   Transfer   Will    Make   Afternoon   Trip  to   Steveston   and   Return During Fishing Se;son.
Pleasant Sunday afternoon trips on
the Fraser river have been made possible by a decision on the part of the
owners of the steam Transfer to run
exclusions to Steveston and return
during the fishing season.
trip being made in something less
than  live hours.
While  the   trip  down   river  to   Sal-
monopolis   Is   always   pleasant,   it   is
doubly   so  at  this  time   of   the  year,
, when   the   activity   of   the   fishermen
I transforms  the  bosom  of  the  Kraser
I Into a scene of activity  that can  he
; duplicated   in   but   few   places   In   the
I world.     The   most   Interesting   scene
Is at Steveston, when the six o'clock
gun  announces that the close period
! ls over for the week.    Boat after boat
shoots out Into the water, loaded with
Forest Fires in Rainy River
District May Have Taken
Toll of Human Life.
lie property. |��l,v"u�� "l" """ -"^  ������"���*���-���, ��� �����������-  ���������-������
Mr. Balfour supported the proposals l nets and men, and within a tew min-
of  the  chancellor  of  the  exchequer. I utes   the   stream   is   a   barricade   ol
He said  it  would  be folly  to  try  to twine, fatal to the salmon and profit-
run   a   monarchy   on   the   principle able to the fiBherfolk.
which  would  be appropriate to a re-      The  river  from   Steveston   to  this,
public.     In   his   opinion,   the   money1 city is studdei with fishing boats on
spent for the court was not wasted. If  Sundays,
they refused to support the crown in
Beaudette,   Minn.,  July   22.���Forest
Iii, n around  tne  village of  Beaudette
, I have  been  checked  today.    The  Ures
the  round   .iromul   RaJny   River,   Ontario,   swept
directly   against   the   town,   and   fear
was widespread as to its safety.
All available men have been lighting the flames.
This afternoon il is thought that
the town will be saved, as i' looks
as though it has been checked at the
railway   right-of-way.
Thousands of cords of pulpwood
have been destroyed and the cabins
of twenty settlers have been destroyed.
It Is reported that two little glris
in the Rainy River district wandered
wandered into the forest and were
burned to death. Conditions are practically the same on both sides of lie
boundary line.
a decent and dignified way. they had
better alter the whole system. The
cost of the crown, lie said, bore an
separation    in    six    mounts     umc.      u, uudi   u,   a,,^   uiunu,   <>,_   ........          ....
was   shown   by   the   testimony   that  incomparably small percentage of the
"' - '    -       �����-       ���....,.* I.....      nmncmt   I   ,,-..., IM,        /,f       H,fl       ffimnilinl tv It ta       AV.
CANADIAN PLANS TO
PROSPECT IN AIRSHIP
they got. along fine together except
when they started "mutual nagging
parties." and Justice Morschauser said
the 180 days' separation plan would
likely effect a cure.
wealth   of   the   community.     He   ex-
Windsor,   July 22.���The   monoplane
as a means of exploring and develop-
heing   held   here.    The  publishers
greed that women write most of the
k>k-   objectionable   from   a   moral
lint of view and that women are far
eager to buy such books than
'ti are.
IE HORSE IS HURT IN
SPECTACULAR RUNAWAY
CANADIAN-MEXICAN LINE
SOLD TO PRIVATE COMPANY
om   Bolts   Down   Sixth   Street,   Narrowly   Escaping   Galloping   Into
River���Wagon   Is  Damaged.
I due of the most spectacular  runa-
hns to be seen in the city for some
occurred ahout two o'clock yes-
rdaj    afternoon,   when   a   team   of
s belonging to the Brackman-Kei
pressed hope that the house would ing inaccessible gold mines high up
approve the government's proposals. ' in the mountains of Mexico is the pro-
Mr    Barnes'   amendment   was   voted  Ject Dr. Armstrong, former resident of
down by 206 to 26.
PLANS TO BUILD LINE
FROM VANCOUVER TO ALASKA
Mooretown, r.ear Sarnia, is undertaking. Magistrate Leggait, of this city
a cousin of Dr. Armstrong, ls in receipt of a communication from the latter in which he outlines his plans.
Dr.   Armstrong   for   the   last   few
Winnipeg, July 22.���Mayor Evans
received an urgent call for assistant?
from the mayor of Rainy River, Ontario, on the Canadian Northern railway, which read as follows:
"Town surrounded by fire. In great
danger. Send all hose you can spare
by express tonight."
In response to this call for aid tho
Merriweather steam fire engine and
20,000 feet of hose left Winnipeg this
afternoon to assist in combating the
flames. In addition. Assistant Chief
Code, one of the best Are fighters in
Canada, and  a detachment from  the
T. H. Worsnop Sells Steamers to Concern Capitalized at $500,000. Change
May   Affest   New   Westminster.
Construction  of   Eight Hundred  Miles
of  Railway  Is Undertaking Proposed by Jean Wolkenstein.
SPEAKERS IN AUSTRALIA
FAVOR   CHANGE   IN   OATH
Melbourne, Australia. July 22.���After a long and powerful debate, tho
house of representatives yesterday
unanimously adopted Mr. Mahon's address to the king, seeking mod I fle -
tions of the king's declaration, wit i
an additional sentence, suggeste.' by
Sir John Quick, approving Premier
Asqulth's proposed substitute for the
Premier  Fisher
The Canadian - Mexican Pacific
Steamship company, wbicli has been
conducted as a private company by
Thomas H. Worsnop, has been formed
into a limited liability company with
a capital of $500,000. The notice st
the incorporation is contained in the
current issue of the British Columbia
Gazette.
This is the line that owns the Lonsdale and Georgia, which frequently
call at N'ew Westminster with freight
i'i oni the Paci�� ��� terminus of the Te-
huantepec railway. The recent
change   in   the   company   may   have
Victoria. July 22.���Jean Wolken
stein, of .New York, piesident and
principal director of the British Columbia it Alaska Railway company,
arrived in Victoria yesterday from
London to discuss with Premier McBride various features of the company's  undertaking.
'l'he company's project may he brief-! 	
ly stated as the construction and sub-  Interesting   Discovery
sequent   operation   of   eight   hundred! in  Egypt
miles of railway traversing the valley-
land between the eastern and western mountain ranges of this province
ind extending from Vancouver to the
r      .        -             .,        ,         ., fire brigade went  down to give every
years has been prospecting along the ������.,,',,��� _--_.,.                  6       C>C'J
.,       .,                . .,    i        i    j        u assistance possible.
New Mexico and Mexican border.    He ��,,,��� ���.,���. ,���     .    .   , ,    ,         ���     ,
will   fly  into   the   mountain   regions! ��� J V,?,*   ? ,0 Te f',eS. "
around' Chihuahua,   Mexico,   carrying  ^"fl ��i       ' '    ,' . '   ,   D��  lmmedlat0
with him sections of a rock-crushing da��**nt���Su!"��      ,
, ��� -.,      ,, ,,.,,,, r       ''ie Canadian Northern has a   arsre
machine, with which it  will lie possi-   . . ���     .,      " u .
, , ,    .  , .        ���        ,.  ��� force of  men on  the scene rea.lv  for
ble to conduct his prospecting. emergency
j    Dr. Armstrong learned that the In-      '   e'"' h      ���	
dians up In the mountains were frequent visitors to the village of Duange  Rlll/ro  1 (U'C   IPIIIiMCV Tfl
and that they often brought hack with   [VlfilllO   LlMU  iHjUltPlLI    IU
them large gold nuggets which  thev
M	
had found ln the mountains and
streams which flowed from inaccessible pinnacles of the mountains. Repeated efforts to reach the gold field
have toes of no avail.
SEE DISHOP CONSECRATED
NILE OYSTERS.
by    Engineers
Representative of Burrit's R-jpids. Ontario, Due Today to Attend Corse-
creation of Westminster Bishop.
some important  bearing on the deep  northern   boundaries of  the  province
water trade of the port of New West-  via   Lytton   and   Port   George.     The
lining  company   became  frightened|"".H".**"".*".w*"'"7~     V"~ :~   _. ,     i "u^i houc ���>. ...~ ,	
in Sixth Btreet and bolted down the exl8tlng |>��cIaraUon.    Premier leaner minBter.    Efforts have been made for  companv   is  also  to  build  a  line of
���ill     The  team  was drawing  a  load|?���.Ir^^L^fwf,     v,?I��  'ong  time  to  get  the company  to  railway    from    Telegraph    Creek    to
hay, but the wagon came apart be-
re  they  had  run  far  and  the  run
ras finished by the two horses and
front wheels of the cart.   On Sixth
(treet one of the  horses ran  into a
timber pile and sustained a bad gash
n its side, but that did not stop the
bam, which continued down to Front
|treet.    How they  made the turn at
foot of Sixth stieet is a miracle,
(ut they got around without accident,
h front of the Great Northern stale!! they ran into a boxcar and came
a halt, the wheels they were drag-
king catching on the corner of the
Ear, It was found that one of the
parses was badly Injured and a veterinary surgeon was summoned hy the
dice to dress a long cut in its side.
- ie accident attracted a large crowd
bt people who thought the team was
going to run Into the river.
house of lords to pass the bill. Mr.
Deakin, former premier, made favorable interjections.
Speeches of many of the Roman
Catholic members, especially Mr. Malum, were marked by a lofty spirit of
moderation and tolerance.
put  New  Westminster on  its list asiSkagway.    In an interview Mr. Wolk-
" -���At .-.!_ U       1,���      r,aH���,���tarl       t ll .1 f       1 )l B
Earl Grey's Secretary Named.
London, July 22.���D. G. Malcolm,
former secretary to Lord Selborne,
former high commissioner for South
Africa sails shortly for Canada as private secretary to His Excellency Earl
Grey.
|PULQUE LOVING  MEXICANS
CONSPIRE AGAINST  BOSS
BURNABY MAY SECURE
FINE HARVEST T0DA1
a regular port of call, but so far not
a great deal of success has been met
with. The board of trade is now in
communication with Captain Worsnop
and with the additional capital at his
disposal he may be able to promise
something definite in the way of a
steamship service.
Redding Cal., July 22.���News has
isched this city that Marlon Beck-
It li. who was formerly well known
in Shasta county as a mining man. Is
now In jail in Mexico. Heekwith had
held responsible positions In the copper mines of this county and was sent
to Mexico by the l'nited States
Smelting & Refining company to take
''aire of large copper mines In that
country.
All   his  employees   were   Mexicans.
A short time ago ho warned them to
(drink less pulque and attend to their       (,aml)a
work with more diligence.    He show-  !.���.,������ ���,
Hundreds  of   Speeding   Automobilists
Will Try to Elude Municipal Stopwatch Brigade This Afternoon.
The municipality of Burnaby should
almost pull itself out of debt today.
provided a sufficient number of men
can be engaged to hold stop watches
on the hundreds of automobilists who
will he scorching along the roads between Vancouver and this city, bound
for or from Queens park.
A short time ago Burnaby instituted
 a    et������A
BRIDGE   FALSE   WORK
FALLS   AT   SPOKANE
Spokane, July 22. ��� Swayed hy a
high west wind, the huge framework
prepared to receive the big concrete
arch of Monroe street bridge over thu
Spokane river, crashed into the
stream at 1:45 p. m. yesterday. Two
workmen are known to have been carried down in the wreck. J. F. Walters Is fatally injured. The other workman will survive. Part of the arch
fell on the power -house of the Washington Water Power company, putting out electric lights and stopping
stieet cars and machinery all over the
town.
The arch was eighty feet high.
Three months had heen required for
its construction. A driving rain followed the wind, checking brush (ires
in  the outskirts of the city.
enstein said he estimated that the
road would cost $25,000 a mile and
he had financed It In England.
Harold G. Villard. a son of Henry
Vlllard, who built the Northern Pa-
cfic, will be associated with Mr. Wolkenstein.
London. July 22.���Real Nile oysters
on the half shell soon will be a novel
gastronomical treat to those visiting
Egypt. While boring for piers of a
projected    bridge    from    Boulac    to
There will arrive in Vancouver today from Burrit's Rapids, Ontario,
projeciea onugo num uwu,..^ ^ Harold Kidd, one of the prominent
Ghezireh the engineers came across' members of the Episcopal church at
the remains of an old building ori; t|mt jnt T, reason f hjg jflur.
which  had grown a large number of " _     ,,
giant oysi 3rs unknown to gourmets. l ne-v of almost three thousand miles
Accoru'ng to Dr. Hume, the head of Is somewhat out of the ordinary. He
the Egyptian geological survey, they is coming to be present at the con-
belong to the species of Aetherla nilo- secratlon of the Bishop of New West
tica,   and   traces   of   this   species   are      . Pencier   who
found elsewhere in Egypt, but above  mlnster,  Kev   At    de Pencier   w no
, ' , Sf- vi,.     ti,���i,.  was born In the little Ontario village
the present leye   of the m*.   T el. *
existence  in  such  places  has helped      ,,
ss    ,**.   x     u_      if, ,. aaji rt I**1���"*-*. '"    ^f^nl  %��_Z     As BOOB as word  was received at
Manitoba Teachers Visit Windsor     | courses of the river.     His Aetherla
London.   July   22,-The    Manitoba has also been found Ur the Soudan,  ed to the highest offlce of the church
school     teachers    yesterday    visited  but this is the firs   time it has been       BrmM    * congregation
Windsor   and   inspected   the   castle. (located so far north.        ;..  once decWed tQ spnd _   represen.
tative to the consecration service, and
Mr. Kidd will be in Vancouver today.
The consecration takes place in St.
Pauls church, Vancouver, on Monday
They were afterwards entertained by
the lord mayor and subsequently visited Eton.
BABY  SHARK   IS CAUGHT.
Fishermen  Think   It  Took   Refuge  In
Its   Mother's  Mouth.
Aberdeen, July 22.���Henry Crane, a
A Desirable Move.
London, July 22.���At a meeting of
the Associated Chambers of Commerce in Leeds in September the Hull
chamber will propose the removal of
restrictions upon Canadian cattle.
Bobs to Visit Berlin.
Berlin, July 22. ��� The kaiser has
fixed September 4 as the date on
which he will receive Lord Roberts,
who will bear with him the official
notification of the accession of King
George.
Free Traders to Visit Canada.
London, July 22���A body of Free
Trade members of parliament will
spend their holidays In Canada, under
the leadership of J, A. Simon, liberal
member for Waltbamstow.
AEL TICKETS ARE SOEO
FOR CITIZENS EXCURSION
No More Pasteboards for Trip to Vic
toria   Available���Many   Tallyhos
Secured for Use of Visitors.
and there wlll be a notable gathering
of the dignitaries of the western
I church present. Cards have been is-
I sued for the service and the total
| available accommodation of tho
church has already been reserved. It
I ls expected that the new bishop will
I take up his residence here in the near
!future.
'"v PETTY  OFFENDERS   HELP
During  the   past   few   days  efforts i TO HARVEST V/HEAT CROP
have been made by the membei s of
the Citizens Picnic committee to secure tho services of a larger boat than
the Princess May for the trip to Victoria on Wednesday, but no success
has resulted. Had a lioat wi'h a
carrying capacity of a thousand been
secured, tickets for that number of
people could oasily have been sold.
The five hundred tickets issued were
tui days i go and now
work witli more diligence. He show- T day wlll be the one glorious oppor-
ed a disposition to enforce his order (unlty for the making of a big Haul
in   regard   to  drinking  and   soon   be- (he yan0OUVer people who come
came unpopular at the mine. |.        t0  see  llie  humiliation  of  thc
li is said that he ls the victim of a    ... ,ire far from heing a slow
onsplracy of the men In his employ
ond was arrested ln an effort to get
ild of him.
         ��� jron..i���,r in  bis  nets   PvooiHent   Tames J   Regan, of  Minne-   it is impossiuio iu =^��^        ul    uulu    Wllcal    ���,. lo    ���,    c<ii,lc   .
fisherman, W *��*** in his nets        *^tJ��j. Kegan <m ��_. pr,_ce88 M     at   nj. pnce.  WnBhlngton (hore Is a scarcity of n e:,
lol,nd   "   blUe."�����8e ,.! w      It  was  TIL ZC Order  of  Hibernians     Although the tickets bear the legend   fo,. the  liarve8t   Ilel.l8,  and  calls  ��o-,
���������������������������������������������������
���
a\
om Queens paik._____m_________ Hibernians Elect President.
t time ago Burnaby instituted I    Aberdeen, July 22���Henry Crane, a      Portland,   July   22.���Honorary   Vice  all bought si   .  -_	
ign against  the speed  fiend,   fisherman, upon drawing in his nets  president James J. Regan, of Minne-  it is impossible to secure transports
i ,.���������h   ���   hine   nose   shark,  the   flrst  apolis, was elected national president  Hon on the Princess May at any price
Although the tickets bear the legend
"Boat leaves C.P.R. wharf at 7 a.m.,"
the vessel will start from the C.P.N,
and not from the C.P.R. wharf. Thc
railway company does not officially
recognize the existence of the C.P.N,
as a company, and in pursuance with
that policy they make all their tickets
Spokane, July 22.���Drunks, vagrants,
and all others released from the Spokane County jail are being sent to 'he
wheat fields in the Inland Empire.
Men, whose offenses nre not of a serious nature, tn many cases receive
freedom on the strength of their promises that they will start at o't"e fo"
the wheat fields of the Palouse and
the Big Bend.
In   both    wheat   belts   of   easte'
Will   Arbitrate.
Montreal, July 22. ��� The
Grand Trunk trainmen have
accepted arbitration.
The railroad has also agreed
to  accept  arbitration.
Tlie announcement of the
men wns made through Vice
President Murdock, of the
I rain men. The offer wns made
by Hon. Mackenzie King, the
minister  of  labor.
The government will appoint
nn arbitration committee to
settle the dispute.
���ne
^^^^^^^ i...-    ^^^^^^H
challengers are far from being a slow
crowd, and if the special police can
only spot the number of the speedists,
the treasury of Reeve Byrne's territory should he overflowing within the
next few days.
According to unofficial nnd probably exaggerated advices, every automobile in Vancouver that plies for hire
has been reserved by some party or
parties intending to watch the Minto
cup game here today.
Privy Council Reserves Judgment.
London, July 22.���The privy council today, ln two cases of the Dominion of Canada vs. Ontario and Burrard Power company and the Attorney General of British Columbia vs.
King & Cross (appeal), at the close
of arguments for  the appellants, an-
j nounced that  the arguments for the
other side would not be heard. Judg-
, ment waB reserved.
itured  on  Grays  harbor.      It  was  ot  the  Ancient  Order  of  Hibernians
feet    long   and    weighed    160.0ver Matthew  Cummings, Incumbent,
cap
nine    ,,-ci    ..,..���     ^^^^^^^^^^
pounds. After subduing tho big fish.
Crane found a baby shark in tlie
net. Fishermen say young sharks,
when in danger, swim into the mother's mouth, and it Is supposed the
ttle one took this refuge.
KING  MANUEL  HAS
CENSURED ARCHBISHOP
at today's session of the convention.
Lisbon. July 22.���The Roman Catholics of North Portugal are protesting
against King Manuel's censure of
Archbishop Braga. The archbishop,
under orders from the vatlcan, suppressed the Franciscan Review on the
ground that lt was not necessary to
tho support of the National Catholic
party, A royal decree of July 12 nullified the action of the archlhshop,
who was declared to have no right to
execute religious instructions without
-'**- previous consent of the govern
ment.
Strike at Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert, July 22.���Thirty men
unloading rails from a  steamer here   ���    -
today walked out.   They demanded an ��� rea.d 'Cr.R. wharf.
increase from forty to fifty cents an >    Arrangements have heen made with
]10U|. the B.C.E.R. company for double-head-
Ier cars to run on tbe city and  Sapperton   cars  early   Wednesday   i-orn-
ing.  bringing the excursionists  down
*! town   a   few   minutes   before   seven
��� o'clock.
��� i    George Adams  who a few days 'uro
���' went   to  Victoria  to   make arrange-
��� I ments with the owners of tallyhos !>nd
��� i other  vehicles, reports meeting with
��� 'success.    The trippers will be taken
for the harvest Ileitis, and calls tot*
assistance have been sent repea'elly
to the Spokane chamber of commerce.
All the men that could be ��ent out
seem Inadequate for the demand, and
now the chief of police has bee.i appealed to.
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Five Believed  Dead.
��� Hoqulam.  Wash.,  July   22.���
��� It ls now believed that flve per-
��� sons perished in the fire which
��� destroyed  the   Hotel   Hoqulam
��� early  today.    The body  of C.
��� E,   Junnett.   a   lineman,   wns
��� taken  from the ruins.    There
��� are two other known dead und
��� missing.
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nil!    \    V    .'.'. ���    a.m. _.    .,     ,
for a two or three hour ride around
the Capital city for the reasonable
fare of one dollar each.
The committee ln charge has only
one admonition to the purchasers of
tickets���"Be on  time."
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��� Incompetent   Strikebreakers.
��� Lansing.    Mich,   July   23.���
��� Two hundred business rren of
��� Charlotte  Eent  a   telogra-.   to
��� the state  railroad  co'timlss'iu
��� today   asking   that   the   body
��� take    steps    to    prevent    t'-e
��� Grand    Trunk    operating    l's
��� lines with alleged Incompetent
��� trainmen,   asserting   that   the
��� strikebreakers    do    pot    know
��� the signals or wear  un'fo-ms.
��� and that, the . enenil traveling
��� public ls ln danger.
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PACE TWO,
IHE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY,
JULY
23, 1910
WANTED.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
WANTED���10   ions   prunes,   lo   tons
: ��� .',a tons api Ii :i. ier canning.
J.   Broder,  Box   097,  New   Westmin-i      Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
I
.Mr.  Hugh  Springer, oi Vancouver
'was iu lown on Wednesday.
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT IN Accountancy wishes fc'Luation for prao-
tlcal experience. Xo salaiy two oi
four weeks preceding steady situation.   Address A. this ollice.
WANTED  TO   BUY���CHERRIES  ON
the nee.    Apply by letter, Box CC,
News ollice.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Best wages paid to right party. Apply  it'll  Columbia street.
20  acres  on   Scott   road,  close  in,  at
.1 lu per acre.
Miss   I.we   VVhelen,  of  Victoria,  is
visiting her sister, .Mis. W. .1. .Mathers.
Ml
J.   G
Two large lets close to store and tram   guesl  of her  mot hei
$300 e.ich: one-fourth cash; balance ('s
$10 per month.
WANTED���BOYS    TO    WORK
the Beaver cigar factory.
AT
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply 125 Third  avenue.
********wm************B**m*********m���tmm*********��*mm*****a**ws*******s**************sts*******m
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���A NEARLY NEW FIVE
room furnished cottage; half minute to car. Price J1.800; cash $600.
Address Owner. Daily News office.
FOR   SALE���REFRIGERATOR.     AP-
ply ll. Oliver, 2::;; Eleventh street,
cil v .
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���
Mist class hoard. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
verv reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land; all cleared, with good house
and barns; 250 hearing fruit trees;
on good road. Price $3,500. Good
terms. 17l'-A
Fort George Lands���20.000 awes-
being some of the- best land in Central British Columbia, which is being sold rapidly in large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars.
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh sireet; 132x132 feet,
with small collage. Price $3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
N. W. J . section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2.000,000 feet of
timber. No timher lease. $35 per
acre.    $2,(11)0 cash.
^wilsonTcookX CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room   suitable   for   two.     Handy   to   CLOVERDALE���Great   bargain
Must
business section.
street.
Apply 129 Tenth
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton sireet.
TO  RENT.
TO LKT ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished. Near Daily News.
Apply HOD Victoria street.
be sold by Gist of August. 10 acies,
all in Oats, Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. Nice Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery go with this place; and the
Furniture of the house. Right in
town, where you have both the tram
and Great Northern service daily.
Here is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home at a small
price, and easy terms. Call and see
us about this.
^CELZlNGToi^BKOsT
TO    LKT���THE    BASEMENT    ANu! Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets,
store in  the  K.  P.  block;   suitable) Phone 680.
for   stole   rooms,   skating   rink,   or
moving pictures, etc., etc.   For par-  	
ticulars  apply   to    John  Forrester. | HALE  BROS. & KENNEDY,  LTD.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George I
stieet, City.
LOST.
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
nients in green case. Finder please
communicate with Hope & Barker,
Trapp hlock.
LOST ���IN OR NEAR MARKET, A
pocketbook containing bank book
and sum of money. Reward if le-
t in ned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Dally
News office.
Over Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
PHONE QUICK IF YOU WANT THIS
���260 acres in famous Whonnock
district���-id acres waterfront, and
155 acres dyked land all cleared and
ready for the plow; balance bush.
Only $U'5 per acre, at regular snap
terms of one-quarter cash and balance over 5 years at fi per cent.
.Miss Mary Martin has gone to Red
Deer,   Alberta,  for a   three   months'
\ Islt.
��   ���
Miss Parnell has returned from a
year's trip to Australia and New Zea-1
iand.
* *    *
Mrs. (i. Bruce Corbould is at Boundary bay, the guest of the Misses Corbould.
��    ��    *
Mr. and Mrs. Sexsmith have left for
a   trip  to   Toronto,   St.   Paul   and   St.
Louis.
��    *    ��
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Ilarbaree are receiving congratulations  on   the   birth
of a son.
* *    ��
Mrs. C. M. Marpole and Mrs. I). P.
Marpole  visited friends In   town   on
Wednesday,
��   ��   ���
Miss Margarel Kraser and Mr. William Kraser, are spending a few days
in Victoria.
+   *   *
Mrs. Thomas Scouler Is the guest of
.Mrs. it. K. K. Cianger at  Woodland,
North Ann.
* *    ��
Mr. and Mrs. w. G, McQuarrie
have moved to their new residence al
Albert Crescent,
* ��   .
Mr. and Mrs. VV. N. Clarke, of Vancouver,  have  taken   up  residence  on i
Carnarvon  street.
��    ��    ��
.Mis. Henry Doyle and children, are
spending the summer with Mr. Doyle
at Port Esslngton,
a    a    *
Airs.  Hannington   and   Mrs.  L,   N. I
Richardson,    spent    Wednesday    with j
friends in Vancouver.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Richard McBride has been the
guest of her mother-in-law, Mrs. A. II.
McBride,  Royal  avenue.
��� ���   ��
Mrs. George E. Cassady is visiting I
in Vancouver, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Whitaker.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. W. V. Dowies, of Chlllwack, is.
the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. J.
Eugene Brown, First street.
��� *   ���
Mr. Jack Parson, of Golden, nephew
of  Mr.  Harry   Parson,  M.   L.  A.,  was
a visitor in town on Thursday.
��    ���    *
Madame Rosina K. Burke, of North
Vancouver, has been the guest of Mrs.
T.  R. Pearson at Houndary  bay.
Davidson   lias  been tho
.Mrs. D. S. Cur-
IMPRESS   UPON   YOUR   MIND
THESE TWO SPECIAL FACTS
Robin Hood Flour must satisfy you in
two fair trials or you can have your money
back-it is the guaranteed flour.
Robin Hood Flour absorbs more moisture
than   other   flours   therefore   add    more
water when you use it and get a larger,
whiter loaf.
Saskatchewan  Flour Mills Co.
Limited
MOOSE JAW.   SASK. 9
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MOREY'S
665���Columbia  Street-���66a
New Westminster, B.C
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINST. R, q. Ci
Telephone  R  113. Office:  Princess U
Mrs. George Seymour, of Vancouver, spent Wednesday the guest of
Mrs. Charles E. Seymour at the .Vest.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
NICE OUT OF TOWN  HOMESTEAD
���Only three miles from town, elose
to B. C. Electric railway; nine ncres,      Mrs. John   McKenzie i      ;������:..,::;
comfortable little house, and small   fortnight in Victoria, the guest of ber
orchard.   Prettily located; just right sister-in-law, Mrs. J. P. MacLeod, Fort
distance from road.   Only ten min- street.
utes  from  city  by car  line,    Price] *    *    *
$4,000;  one-Quarter down and easy     Miss Marguerite Watson, of Matsqui,
te,'ms- I an I   Miss  Sophie  Bilodeau  are guests
Miss
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mex'co City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit issu,;0 available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $1SS,000,000.00
GOOD THING IN BURNABY���27
acres, corner North Arm and Boundary road idividing line between
Burnaby and South Vancouver);
southern slope; easy clearing;
s| lendid fruit land. Price below
market at $525 per acre; $5,000 cash
and balance over three years at 7
per cent.
HAuT1iR(^
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
of
Rock.
Mabel    Fletcher   at    White
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. I). BRYMNER, Manager.
CHICAGO'S   MILK.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of tbe "Local
Iniporvement. General Bylaw, 1009,"
notice is hereby Riven that tbe Assessment Boll for Local Improvements on
tlie following streets, viz., Tenth
street on both sides from Sixth ave-
[nue to Tenth avenue, except on the
The milk of Chi- east side of said street between Sixth
and   Klghth   avenues;   also  on    both
Chicago, July 2
Cago ts the dirtiest in the world. This
startling fact vital to the health of 2. siflPS of London, Edlnburg, Dublin and
600,000 people  was  made  public  last Hamilton  streets, Eight and  Seventh
night  by the milk commission recent- avenues between Tenth and    Twelfth
I.v appointed  by  Mayor  Basse, In  its streets, ls open for inspection at the
preliminary report to the city council, "fire of the Assessment Commission-
The   commission   after   going   over (>r 'n the city hall, New Westminster,
the situation carefully has arrived at !,|iiisb Columbia, and in case the own-
the conclusion that nothing is to he er or any person Interested In any of
gaim i  by concealing  the facts and ,,le  properties Included  therein    de-
the only way conditions can be rem- sil'('s '" appeal from such assessment,
edled is to face the truth and begin ll<! shall, within the period of eleven
re'orm all along the line,   it was care- lln  (la-Vs from the first publication
fill to Impute no blame to the city
health department, which its report
pays has done wonders with a staff
undermanned and underpaid,
The milk supply of Chicago amounts
fi 240,000 gallons daily. The commission will continue iis investigation of
the milk supply.
of this notice, give notice to the undersigned in writing of Ms intention
to appeal.
Haled  the 27th  dav of June, A.D.,
1010.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of flrst publication the 27th day
of June, 1910.
USES DOLLAR  BILLS
AS CALLING CARDS
Dr. and Mrs. A, L. Kendall, of Vancouver, have left to join tbe Canadian
Alpine   club   at   Consolation   Valley,
near Laggan.
��� *   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney C. Burton and;
children, of Kamloops, are guests of]
Mrs. Burton's mother, Mrs. J. J. Jones.
Royal avenue.
��� ��   ���
Mrs. William Love, with her little
daughter Gwendoline, spent last week
with her mother, Mrs. William Johnston, Agnes street.
���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. (Rev.) Brook haslam, of Sapperton, leave early In August for North  Vancouver, where they
will In future reside.
��� >   .
Mr. Kenneth Brown,, of Princeton,
is in town for a few days, the guest
of his parents, Warden nnd Mrs. J. C.
Blown, at Sapperton.
Mr.  and   Mrs.  W.  F.  Hiintting andi|
Mr,   and   Mrs.   C.   M,   Marpole   Bnent
Sunday, the guests of Mrs. A. M. Malins, at Boundary bay.
��� ���   ���
Mis. Draper, Miss Draper and Miss!
Kalheiine   Draper,   of   Grand    Forks,
are  guests  for  tho summer   of  Mrs.
William   Draper.   Eighth  street.
��� ���    *
Mr. and Mrs. II. C, Cromwell, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. X. Sinclair for the past, year, left
today for the home In New York.
No!
It's Not Hot Air
It's a Solid Fact j
That we are selling Summer Underwear at 35 p.c.
discount. We have a larger stock than usual at this
season of the year, owing to the late season, and we
take this method of reducing it. We've summer
weights, summer shapes and summer colors in the
best makes of underwear ���the best and coolest that
we can buy.
Balbriggan, Mercerized  Mesh,  Etc.
Full or Short Sleeves
Regular or Extra Sizes
Regular $2.00 the suit, for $1.25
Regular $1.70 the suit, for $1.00
Regular $1.50 the suit, for .95
Regular $1.00 the suit, for     .65
In addition we have Union Suits and Athletic Underwear in a great variety of styles and fabrics.
We'll attend to your underwear wants, sir, with the
kind of underwear that pleases.
REID & CO
The Store of Satisfaction
Clothes Mats Furnishings
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money fo-
safety ln The Bank of Toronto
It wiil be safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need It,
and  lt  will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent
Interest. Small or large sunn
may he deposited at any time,
80   BRANCHES
ln
Ontario,    Quebec
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
ani   the
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
The
Ac-
Mrs.   W.   II.   Keary   und    datichter
Mary,    have    gone    to    Summerlnnd, I
where    they    will    stay    wilh    Mrs.
Keary1.   sister Mrs. Arthur Solly, for;
Mr. Leon J. Ladner, of the law firm
I of Tapper ti Qrlffln, and son of Mr.
! Thomas  B.  Ladner, of Treniuit  park,
a month.
Was' Ington, July 22.���A few days
aro a citizen of Texas Inclosed a one-
dollar bill tu the Postofflce Department,    No  explanation  accompanied
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Hawkshaw, with
their guest Miss Binnlngton, of Vancouver, spent a few days at White
Roek with Mrs. ii. A, Eastman early
In the week.
*    ��   ���
Miss Bertha McGIIIivray, assistant,
matron   of  St.   Luke's   hospital,   San |
Francisco,  is  spending   her  vacation I    Montreal,   duly   22.���There   was   a
with  her parents,  Mr. anl Mrs.  Mc- general  round-up of the prisoners in
Gillivray, Third avenue
*    ��    *
the Montreal Jail Thursday night aft
er an alarm had been given that two
The   engagement   is   announced   of jof   the   temporary   residents   had   es-
Miss    Gwendoline    Maude    Harvey, I caped
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Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
| the remittance,   About a month before of Abbotsford. B.C., miner, intend to
tb?t a one-dollar bill was received by apply  to  tbe Chief Commissioner of
f -   lepartment, apparently from  the Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
sire man.    As In tbe latter instance to   prospect  for   coal   and   petroleum
no  explanation  *vee forthcoming. on   and   in   the   following   described
"Me   'wo  one-dollnr   bills  were  laid lands:
aside to await developments. Yester-      Commencing at a post marked N. C, j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Har-|that any of the inmates were missing,
d;o  a letter came from a man In San V.   B,  corner,  planted  at  the  N.  E. vey, of The Glen,  Sapperton, to  Mr. [but the mystery of the two who were
. i'"nii   which cleared un the mystery corner of Section 19, in Township 19, Walter Scott Brown, of Seattle,   Tbe.acen running from the prison by two
to BOire extent,   The letter read: Municipality  of   Sumas,    New   West-  wedding is arranged to take place inl special policemen remains  unsolved,
"���'v sending yoi this money 1 want minster   District;     thence   Bouth   80  October. i  The police were traveling along In a
to Introduce myself to the postmaster- chains: tlience west M chains; thence, *    *   * street car and when near Die Jail they
yn cal nnd b!s secretary.   I expect to north .0 chains; thence east 8'i chains'     Miss Agnes Deans Cameron, a well-1 saw  two men  rushing from the exit.
tf .   the  s>me  ('Bur  In  every   depart- 'o  point  of commencement  and  con-  known   British   Columbia   writer   and   The   police   officers   leape
,...-- nr I'r- ffijeri st-v'os government taining  B40  acres. lecturer,  was  a  guest at   tbe
at thr e-i-ital.    I hope this Will be sat-       Dated  at  Abbotsford.  B.C., this Oth   mans'   table   at
lsf"ctorv." day of June.  Al)..   1. 10. Writers'  dinner
tables   were  gathered   a   majority   of i shots  were  not llred.    The  two fugi-
the   literary   women   of   England   who   lives escaped after a long chase, tun-
have made names in  literature. ning  In   the  direction  of   the   water
���    ���    ���                                   | fronl.
The policemen wen! to the jail and
reported that they him chased two escaped prisoners. The guards had not
been Informed of any breaks from
the Jail and a search through the
wards was at once made
As the officers were sllll sure all the
prisoners were mustered up, and as
this wus after nine o'clock many were
brought out of bed, the numbers of
the men were called off, a
watch being still kept for "dummies'
but nothing irregular was found. The
prisoners were Bent hack to their
cells, the guards returned to their
dominoes and the police left for more
agreeable duties In the citv.
Ladner, was culled lo the British Columbia bar on June 13. Mr. Ladner,
who is very well known In Now Westminster,   was   ti   pupil   of   Principal
'Stramberg at the New Westminster
High school, and he was graduated
B.A. by the University of Toronto in
1907, and in 1901) receive;! the degree
I of LL.B.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple   screw,   14,900 tong.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   ton��.
largest   and    most   modern,
commodatlon equal to any crowing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  G U IN N
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
MONTREAL POLICE  BAFFLED
IN   CHASE   AFTER    PHANTOMS
Thi t was till there was to it.
"ARE    YOU   CRAZY?"
Don't, fall  to see the   damans   in
"Aro You Crazy?" at tho Opera bouse
Three census failed to show;on Monday.   Bach year they bring a
brand new show;  and each  year the
show  Is better than  the   last.      The
band and orchestra is still a decide!
feature.    The show this season Is sure
to please all, for It Is ono continuous
laugh.    To  the  brain-fagged   husiness
man, the over-worked  clerk,  tbedrud-
from   thejglng housewife, nothing Is better than
Chair-  car and gave chase lo the fleeing pair,  a   good   laugh   before  going  to  Bleep.
the   rec-nl    Women   Threats of shooting failed to stop the   You  can  have  It when  you  see  "Are
ii   the Criterion  res- couple and as ibe police did not wish   Vou   Crazy?"    They  appeal Tior> on
All   rubbish   and   garbage '����st J*
removed    to   the   foot   of   Sixteen���
street and Fifth avenue, where it *"���
.  i | be burned hy the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any ki'1(1 on
any other street or avenue or on ��n��
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the I'r0'
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hull, June 13, 1910.
NORMAN  CASWELL.      t.aurant  In London.    Bound the seven   lo  take   too   serious   measures,   the   .Monday.
For nil kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow  Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
at.*
HHR&i
���-MX4!UM,..rK.-i SATURDAY,   JULY   23,   1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
��������
Re LotS 6, ,;, " :""1 S- ,!l0''k  " "f Part
the south-east quarter of Section 7.
wnship 8, Map 628, in the District
New  Westminster, Cloverdale.
Whereas proof of the loss of t'ertifl-
���. of Title Number 12454 F, issued
||l(, name  of  R.  T.  Wilson  Herald
been  filed  In this ollice.
Notice is hereby given that  I shall
the expiration of one montli from
,,.,,,, of tbe first publication herein ;, daily newspaper published In
',. city of New Westminster, issue a
1Dlicateof the said Certificate, unless
the   meantime   valid   objection   be
nde  ie In writing.
'" C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Registry Offlce,
Westminster, B. C, July 6, 1910.
"ENGLISH WATCHAKtR
Gold Watc'aes for Ladles from ,12./b
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. George Beckett,
of Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. ('.. for a license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked i;. r,..
N. W. corner, planted at the N. W.
corner of Section 28. ln Township 19,
Municipalitj of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains: thi nee wesl
80 chains; thence north 80 chalni to
point or commi ncemenl and containing  640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, DC, this 9th
dav  of June, A.D.,  1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
KING OF PORTUGAL
HAS HIS TROUBLES
COUPLE WED Al I AI
I      TO WIN DIAMOND KING
District  of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Traveling Salesman and Fiancee Make
Boy Monarch Finds Great
Difficulty in Meeting Bills
Left By His Father.
Up
Minds  at  Supper   Party
in   New  Orleans.
Watches,    gents'    open
face
case,
Silver!
6.00.
Silver Watches,  gents' op���
|7A. ent'   for     Walthiun    and      Elgin
itch.'S.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F.  CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,   Guichon  Building.
Phone   681
A. CAMPBELL  HOPE
Architect and  Engineer.
HOPE   &   BARKER,   Architects.
New  Westminster ��� Trapp   Block
Phone 655,
Lisbon,  July   22.��� King  Manuel,   of
Portugal,    ancl    bis    mother,    Queen
Aiuelie.   madi   Buch   heavy   pecuniary
sacrifices during the lev,   months fol-
I lowing  his  accession  to  the  throne a
, coui le of j eai b ago, In order to c!< ar
I off liabilities of the murdered king  to
the national treasury and to his other
creditors, that ii seems very bard that
they should be once more confronted
| by coun scandals of a monetary character, of wliich the   Republican   and
anti-dynastic press and party are making the inmost capital.
li seems thai the sugar monopoly of
the island ol Maderla was acquired by
an Englishman by the name of Hiuton
who after having received the grant
made most Indiscreet boasts of the
fact thai  il he bad otbalned tbe eon-
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to  25
and  4
H. P.
Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone
Tenth   St.,   New
IV.	
Westminster.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
New Orleans, July 22.- The making
of a  wager that  a  midnight   weuding
Caiiiioi be performed In New Orleans
resulted in Edwin Perrj Perkins, thirty-two years oid, of Louisville, Ky.,
and .Miss Katherine Dempsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Demsey, oi
326 Apple street, Peoria, ill., who bad
been sweethearts for eleven years, be-
lng married this morning shortly before one o'clock, incidentally tbe>
won a valuable diamond ring.
.Miss Dempsey. who lias been a
guest at the Monteleon hotel here
since lasi January, was a member of
a merry supper party at The Raths-
1 Keller last night. Her old friend.-. A.
S. Richard, max or of Lake Chai les.
La., and A. P. Powell, an oil magnate,
of Lake ( barles, were the hosts. -Miss
.Mary .Matthews and Mr. Perkins were
| the other members.
Take notice that I, T. Walters,
Abbotsford, B.C., engineer, intend
apply to tbe Chief Commissioner
Lands ai Victoria, B.C., for a licen e
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a pobi marked T. VV.
S. W. corner, planted ai the S. W.
corner of Section ','.2. in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; thence east SO cliains; thence
south  So  chains:     thence    west    SO
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked cm the
envelope "Tender for Piping System,"
Tender for Water system." and "Tender for I'ipe Tunnels and Wiring
L,Duct8," as the case may be, will be
[rec Ived al the offlce of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental  Rail-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ . way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
chains to point of commencement and , ������,.,,���.,. no(ln (|f ,,���. Ji;ih (,.|V ,������  |uly_
1910, for:
containing  (!4o  acres.
Dated at  Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day  of .lune.  A.D.,   1910.
T.   WALTERS.
Gardiner & Gardiner
IF.  (I. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence   Phone  133
As midnight approached and the
cession it was through the Influence of'conversation lagged, Mayor Richards,
certain   high officials   of   the   king's latter proposing a toast all around, re-
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
MONDAY
JULY 25
MONDAY
JULY 25
HARRY TIDY,  Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
The Claman Players in the Funniest of
all Farce Comedies
u
ARE YOU CRAZY
Tom, Dick and Harry,
or The Three Twins
��
household, whom be bad, ln his own
words, "bought cheap." These boasts
are now being made the subject of a
legislative Investigation, which Is inflicting no end of injury upon tlie
reigning bouse.
To make matters worse, one of the
leading drygoods firms of Lisbo.i has
just become bankrupt, and Its managers ascribe tlieir ruin to their inability to collect a bill from Queen Pia
for goods furnished, the bill amounting to some $80,000. lt has been running for years, and now the receiver
in the bankrutcy has instituted proceedings against the royal lady for
the sum, which she herself can not
pay, and which her relatives declare
it tu be impossible for tbem to settle.
Unfortunately tills is not the only instance of Lisbon tradespeople having
become involved in difficulties through
having accorded too expensive credit
to Queen Pia. Hut tiiis is a particularly flagrant case.
Extravagance Inherited.
Queen Pia is the grandmother of
tbe present King of Portugal, a sister
of King Humbert, of Italy, and the
only one of the late King Victor Emmanuel's children wbo inherited his]
inconceivable recklessness and extravagance iu money matters. In fact,
the gerater part of Humbert's reign
was spent in paying orf his lather ts
debts, a particularly big creditor,
though a generous one. being Knedive
Ismail, of Egypt Humbert also repeatedly came to the assistance of liis !
sister Pia, paying her debts. But her
nephew, the present King of Italy, is
of a more economical character, and
declines to continue to furisb large
sums of money over and above her
Italian allowance, to be spent, not in
his domain, but either in Portugal or
in Paris.
Not   long   before   her  son's   tragic
moved  a   big  diamond   ring  from  bis i
linger and offered to wager it against
$100 in cash that a marriage ceremony
could   not   be  performed  in   .New    Orleans at such a late hour.
Mr. Perkins, who is a traveling
salesman, decided to win the ring and
a bride at the same time. He had
been engaged to Miss Demsey for
: eighteen months. He accepted the
| wager after Miss Dempsey had
agreed. A taxicab was called and the
entire party was hurried across the
Mississippi river by ferry to Algiers.
Judge Thomas F. Maher, of the Jefferson parish court, was at his summer home at Mayeland. Miss., 100
miles away. However, that was no
handicap to Cupid. A long-distance
[telephone call to Wavelan.l aroused
the judge and he sleepily consented to
his clerk, John Scbroeder, Issuing the
necessary license.
The ceremony was performed at five
minutes before one o'clock in the Algiers courthouse by Rev. John F. Foster, the "marrying parson" of Algiers.
Mayor Richard paid his bet and himself placed the diamond ring on the
bride's  finger.
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
FRANK H. DODMAN
Coach  and  Automobile   Painter.
Lettering  and  Top  Repairing.
1014   Sixth   Avenue.
RUSSIA'S   RULER   IS
UNDER   SWAY   OF
MONK
COAL
New
Wellington
St. Petersburg, July 22.���"Czar]
Nicholas rules the Russias���and a I
monk  rules Czar  Nicholas.'' ,
This remark may be beard all over I
Russia today. It Is an open secret |
that somebody���usually an orthodox
priest���always rules his imperial majesty, even to the extent of dictating
the color of a new uniform, or the appointment of a new minister. It is
notorious that the Czar inclines to
superstition and mysticism and is also
���
L
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_^^^^^__   very impressionable,
murder it was claimed in the national j     He will not set out on a journey on
legislature at Lisbon, that money had l Monday, or decide any important mat-
been obtained without proper warrant! ter except on a saint's day.    He is a
One Continuous Laugh from Start To Finish
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
for Concert at Noon, also Evening at 7.30
Prices, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
Seats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, 737 Columbia Street
Watch
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I VSPg&m FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
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ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
lrom the national treasury by the
Queen Mother, in order to settle some
of her more piessing debts, and these
charges were confirmed ln the legislative investigation following the accession of the present king. He succeeded in effecting a settlement or tho
amount which she owed to the state,
staunch upholder of the Greek church
���of which he is tbe supreme head���
and, rumor says, thinks more of the
choice of a new ikon than a new minister.
It is therefore, not surprising to
hear that the latest favorite is a
monk named Theophilus.     Everybody
fore long. The czar refuses to attend any church ceremonial unless
Theophilus accompanies him, and yet.
a few months ago, the monk was unknown.
Oae of the grand dukes, Constantly found him ln a monastery in Moscow, and the monk's conversation
pleased the grand duke so much that! ship lfi
he took him to Tsarskoe. the Czar's'	
summer   residence.     Since   John   of
Cronstadt's death,  the Czar  lias  had
no    educated    favorite
clergy,  and  as soon  as
��� af* I'0"'
.   Westminster Woodworking Co.    g|33
���
���
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh and Carline.
PHONE 473
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NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given thnt the partnership heretofore* existing between
tbe undersigned, carrying on business!
as printers nt Vancouver and New I
Westminster, B. C. under the name
of Jackson &. Morrison, was on tho
fourth day of October. 1909, dissolved
hy mutual consent.
FREDERICK JACKSON.
WM. G. MORRISON.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Uprlver  Landings
The New Sternwh eeler
I S. S. PAYSTREAK
but now finds it beyond his power to  expects him to be made a bishop be-
attend to her private debts; the more'
so as she seems to have no conception
whatsoever of the value of money.
It has been frequently urged that
she should leave the kingdom and
make her home in Italy, since her
presence at Lisbon constituted a sort
of weakness to her grandson, whose
position on the throne is by no means
secure. But she has turned a deaf
ear to all remonstrances, and was so
broken by the murder of her son and
eldest grandson that during the year
following the tragedy the matter was
allowed to drop. Now, however, the
demand for her virtual banishment is
being revived, and she may be compelled to leave, in order to safeguard
Dom Manuel's crown.
Leopold's   Estate  Sued.
Among tbe several suits which have
cropped up In connection with the settlement of the estate of the late King
Leopold Is one relating to the property
of bis only sister, ex-Empress Char-'
lotte of Mexico. Leopold had assumed, according to some had iudeed
ed, the ollice of trustee of her ]
ne, after she became Insane in |
1867. A considerable portion of this
was in real estate ln the Ardenne district, which the late king either sold
or otherwise alienated. Steps ure now
being insltuted to recover this property which at her death will be shared
by the present king and his two sisters, and by the three daughters "'
the late king.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Pboue 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot tb* city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
ill Air, steam, water and oil piping  system;
(2) Yard   water   system;
(3) i'ipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required In connection with the Transcontinental Railway shops east of
Winnipeg,
Plans and specifications may be
seen In the ofiice of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ontario, and In the oillce
of Mr, S. K. I'ouliii, District Engineer,
St.  Boniface,  Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified tbat
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to tbe District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and he accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent (10 p. c.) of the amount of the
tender.
Any person whose tender Is accepted sliall .within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and otber documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender Is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, tlie said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of tbe contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Bv order,
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretary   tn   the   Commissioners   of
the Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June, 1910.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, J. F. Boyd, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumherman. intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and ln the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
P. B., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 24. ln Town-
Municipality of Sumas. New
Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains: tlience
 , south  80  chains:     thence    west    80
among    the chains to point of commencement and
he  heard  of .containing 640 acres.
Theophilus his majesty sent for him |    Dated at Abbotsford. B.C.. this 9th
and  promptly  fell  under the priest's  day of June, A.D., 1910.
spell.
J    F    BOYD.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel Pipe.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. tn. of August
������ 1910, for the supply of l.OOO feet
of 13-inch diameter and 1.200 feet of
12 Inch diameter lapwelded steel
P'tie and for 13-inch diameter flexible
joints.
Specifications and full particulars
����n be obtained from the City Engineer, j. W. B. Blackman, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
��� City  Hall,  New  Westminster, July
6. 1910.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ni.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  8T.
of
HEARD OF KING'S DEATH
LONG AFTER IT HAPPENED
PHONE   R527
London, July 22.���Not until Thursday, June 23, did the inhabitants of
St. Kllda, tbe most remote isle of the
Western Hebrides, hear the sad news
of King Edward's death. A royal mes
senger hearing the sad tidings and
a copy for each islander of Queen Alexandra's pathetic letter to the nation,
was despatched by special steamer.
On the steamer's arrival the inhabitants gathered and proceedings opened with the 100th Psalm ln English
and Gaelic. The details of the king's
illness and death were then explained
to tbe now saddened assembly. The
ceremony ended with singing of the
national anthem and cheers for the
new king and Quoen Alexandra.
There being no British flag on the
Island, a little table decoration flag
from the official steamer had to be
nailed half-way up the mast. Before
leaving, tbe visitors from the mainland distributed half a ton of sweets,
tobacco, clothing and shoes among the
simple fisher folk of St. Kilda.
HERE IS THE
Reason Why
"We Can Give Such Low Prices  On
FURNITURE
We are out of tke High Rental district.   We have no
idle hands to support.    We all worlt.
See where tne saving   comes   in the
lower the expenses. tne lower the
price or Furniture
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
Abbotsford. B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
S. E. corner, planted at the S. E. corner of Section 31, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D., 1910.
JOHN BECKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19, in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tificae of Title Number 5059F, issued
In the name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been  filed  ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
ln a dally newspaper published ln the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
he made to n.e in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, July 8, 1910.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 5G7
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
GET   ACQUAINTED   WITH   OUR   PRICES
DENNY   &   GALLOWAY
Reliable Home Furnishers
Phone 588
43-45 Sixth Street New Westminster
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and   Fifth  Avenue.
PHONE 370.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JULY 55
1910.
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Puti'l-lieri by The Dally .News Publisa-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices
Comer   of    Mckenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
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SATURDAY,   JULY   23,   1910.
NEW   LAID   EGGS.
The announcement taat Alexander
R, Peacock, the Pittsburg flnanciei.
haa decided to establish bis own farm
for the purpose of producing eggs of
a reliable and undoubted freshness
Im the use of his own household, because he cannot procure these, is a
: rioUB indictment against the egg
trade as i: is carried on in the l'nited
States. Bul the practice of selling
< : gi as new laid when they ure in a
condition that does not in any wa>
warrant this assumption of their
freshni ss is not confined to the other
sidi of the International boundary, it
is all too prevalent In British Colum-
bia, and the city of New Westminster
suffers in no slight degree from a
Bimilar commercial defect.
We have  known a good  many  Instances of so-called new laid or fresh
ejgs    being   purchased    by   citizens
which  have been  found  to be in no
sense entitled to such a designation.
It  is no uncommon experience for a
customer to find his "new laid" eggs
decidedely   stale,   whilst   sometimes
they are so ancient as to be addled,!
and at other tin.es they are found to
contain the embryo of a chicken.   Peo-;
pie are   naturally disgusted   at   such 1
treatment and repair to the grocer in
a siate of great indignation.    But In
very man/ cases it is not wholly the !
fault 01  the  unfortunate grocer that i
the eggs  he  supplies  are  not  fresh,
but of the producer, from whom the
eggs have been purchased upon  the'
understanding that they are new laid.
Unfortunately   many   ranchers   are 1
in the habit of regarding the poultry I
yard as a negligeable part   of   tlieir I
business.    Tin ir hens are allowed to
rocs; in filthy and ramshackle structures, and beyond receiving a variable
measure  of  grain   or  other  food  at
odd times are expected to look after
tin mselves; eggs are collected at haphazard, then aie laid by In any place
that may be bandy until a cratefull
is accumulated and finally taken Into
(own.    In   this   way   eggs   are   first
spoiled  by laying for days   in  filthy
-Vu3or-
Comfort
\Vudor
Deep Cuts on Table
Linens, 'i owels, Napkins and all Camping
Supplies.
Vudor Hammocks
Japanese, Bamboo Porch
Screens ancl Shades.
Every Reed and Porch
Chair Cut in Price.
We must have the
room they occupy for
incoming merchandise
A SORTING CLEARANCE OF
^RCH^FiADES
We Furnish Your Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
716 718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
ENTS IN WHIT
They   come   in   all   lengths,  suitable  for  either dresses or  waists, and several
thrown out to swell up these extra specials.
odd piece
LOT NO. 1.-
*io
w.
i.e���]
ths J
ten*
ml* J
Comprises a splendid range of fancy  whit
piece of small crossbar muslin.    Regular 15c
vestings, striped, checked, and spotted muslins,
and 20c values ii>r. per yard   	
10c
LOT NO. 2.
('^insists  of a  charming  selection in line muslins and vestings,  white only, striped, cro
broidered spots and fancy designs, fancj checks, etc.   A wide variety to choose from.   Conn i
secure the biggest   bargains.   Regular values up to 65c per yard, for, per yard       20c
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Regular $1 Pongee
For 65c
Here is a striking value in natural
pongee silk, soft lustrous finish, even
weave; splendid for separate coats or
dresses; 34 inches wide. Regular $1
per yard.   Sale price, per yard .. ��� 65c
All-over Lace
40c per yd.
A real snap In white and cream all-
over, fancy net, guipure, and coal
hire effei ts. A clearing of all odd
lengths In this class Of goods; lg
Inches wide Regular values to 85c
pn  yard.    For. per yard   40c
Embroideries at 10c per yard.
A table that is attracting a great deal of attention Is this  table of embroideries���-and  no v.
You'll be attracted yourself if you are here In  time.    Such  pretty designs, such fine quality, and    .
splendid   widths,   ranging  from L"2  to S inches wide.    Special. ] er  yard    10c
MARKET   !
REPORT    !
IMPRACTICAL REGULATIONS.
Specials in Notions For Saturday Shoppers
United    States    Makes    Easier    Shipment of  Lumber From  Canada.
Washington,     .July     22.���Following
conferences   with   Canadian   officials
the removal is announced of tbe im-
j practical restrictions on lumber im-
A scarcely noticeable drop in the: ported into the United States in rail-
price of beef and a one cent decline; way cars from Canada.
nest���aad few things absorb thejjn the lamb and mutton quotations! Beginning July 30, next, the cus-
fiaior of their surroundings more , were the features of the market yes-ltoms officers will discontinue requir-
readily than eggs���are often sat upon I ter?ay: Tl10 other meat prices re-j ing tally sheets of specifications of
by  broody fowls,  and  are  stale into
! terday.    Tne   other   .-neat
' mained stationary, although there was j the number of pieces of each size and
'.much business done during the course  length  of lumber laden on each rail-1
the   bargain.      But   we   know   some 0f thc morning. | way  car to  be  filed  on  the railway.1
ranchers who treat their poutry yard      Taken as a  whole the market was   It  was  found   virtually  impossible  to
i.n  the same  business-like   wav   that a  fair one  witl)  a sood average at-j furnish   such   tally  sheet,   and   here-;
tbey do their dairy or fruit farm and ! \f ,(lancof "1 ho:}] buy��T8 aDd H.";!s''after the custo,lls offlceis  wiu insist i
.    , . , ,    ..     ���.        ManJ   ot   the   city  customers . of   the  upon only the commercial description
find it pays then well to do it.   They|market are away at camp at this sea-, and kind of lumber, number of pieces.
keep   their  hens  In   clean,   well-built  son of the year and some of the farm- and aggregate nun.ber of feet in each I
houses, feed them legularly on scien- frs are  too  busy  with  their  haying car.
I operations   to   pay   any   attention   to 	
WHITE  TAPE   7i/2c   BUNCH.
Put up in dozens; 1 dozen
asorted sizes ln each bunch. Kx-
tra Special, per bunch  V/z
LINEN   BUTTONS  12' ,c SET.
Superior quality linen buttons; about li dozen to a set, In
six different sizes. Special, per
set     12' ;,
HAIR   GOODS,   ROLLS.
TURBANS.
Hi aids, etc., in all shad. ;
large variety of styles.
Hair Rolls, from     25c
Braids,   from     75c
Ladies' Lisle Hose 25c
In a large collection of popular colorings, fine quality Lisle
hose, ladies' sizes. Regular 35c
value.    Sale Price, per pair. 25c
Hats For 25c
Ladles' sailor bats, children's
serge and drill tarns, yachting
caps, and camp caps. The balance left from this season's selling. Values up to $2.25. Clearing  at,  each    25c
Children's Socks 10c
White cotton socks, lace and
plain effects; almost all Blzea
represented   here.    Exceptional
value at, per pair   10c
3__Hgg_aga
ti.'ic   principles,   collect  tiie   eggs   at
business in tin cit.
The attendance
least one a day, keep them ic a cool! for Ulose reasons was not as ]arge
clean place, and market them regu-|as it has been for the last few weeks,
lai ly each week. These men alsoj,'ut there was considerable business
watch  their  hens, or  ,m��  trnr,  np��tJione and tl)e Prices> were fa-irly high.
TEN YEARS'
TEST
OF ECZEMA CURE!
During  its   ten   years'   test,  oil   of
or  use  trap  nests,    Ffjr th_ first'time Ma season some >��>tergreen as compounded in D. p. U.
and eliminate all that are not healthy mo app|eg were brougl*lt 'in but tlley
or profitable, fe^d up cockerells for weie of a poor quality and'were not
killing and sale as table poultry, and|reall>'   ieady  to  place  on  sale.  They
utilize   the   manurial   product   of  the ca�����;from near Langley.
.   , , ...,,,���.       Pork was not so plentiful and was
houses and runs for their land.   Such|short of dem.ind.    There was a good
as these make their poultry pay well, supply of eggs, but the demand  was
because they look after them properly, equal to it.   There was a fair deman 1
1 hoy pet top prices for their eggs and!101' hutter. and the supply was suf-
,���,,,,    ,,,, i    ,. i        i      c        flcient.    All  kinds of fowl,  with the
tab.e poultry, and obtain value from exception of ducks, were strongly in
the by-products. demand and all sold out early In the
As io the general question of new  day.
laid  (ggs,   the   classification   of   the Iducks at ttlis time of the year.
Poultry    Producers'    association,    of I    There was a good suppy of cut nnd
_,_.,. i lir"   "owers  and   during  tbe  progress
Canada,  should   be  a   guide   to   pro-  of tbe market a  fine auction  sale of
ducets, vendors and consumers alike,  horses and cows was held on the mar-
Under this schedule No. 1, new laid Iket square,
eggs are required to be not over five Official Quotations.
days old, weigh not less than twenty- Beef, hindquarters, per lb,
four ounces to the dozen, to he clean I Be"f- forequarters, per lb.
and   uniform  In  size ami  color, and M^on Pne  'll	
��.ieful!y  packed.    No.  2  quality are  Veal   large
the smaller eggs, or of uneven grade,   Fowl, per doz.,  live   	
but or tne same degree of freshness. |Pork' medium, per lb. ..
Eggs, wholesale, per doz.
Prescription has thoroughly, absolutely proven its merits for skin diseases.
Though on sale only a short time
ln Canada, it is rapidly duplicating
here its remarkable success in the
United  States.    Cure after cure, and
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. !)7; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With  No.  2 going east;   also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz,    Kootenay,    Okanagan    and
the'7e~stlinon.' ofthe worid'sleadingl^Pj8;   arriviDS   -New   Westminster
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
skin specialists, show plainly that tlie |
way to cure the skin is through the
skin: not, however, by means of a
salve reaching only the outer skin,
but with a penetrating liquid that gets
Hi".,   i    bu-   little ri-mand  for '" ^ the inner skin, killing the germs
and soothing tbe healthy tissue.
I). D. D. dons just this.    It cures���
and it relieves instantly.   If you have
never tried it write the D. D. D. Laboratories.   Department   N.N..  23 Jordan  street,  Toronto,  for a free trial
! bottle.     We know  you will  be  more
;than   pleased  with  the  result,  Frank
% to 10c  McKenzie,   Druggist.
ty, to 8c ,    ,     _  j.
It would be a \ory good thing if some-, .
.. . , ,  .       .    " , ! v. s.   letall.   per  doz.
thing could be  done   to   educate   the  Butter, wholesale, per Ib.
ranchers of the Fraser valley
Butter,   retail,   per   lb.
Fowl, per doz., live  . ,..
Chickens, i or doz., live
Broilers    	
buccl-j    in  accomplis Ing good  work, ,,,,.|.:s
up to
this standard.   Whether tiie proposed
B.   C.   Poultrytr.en'8  association   will
 17c
    15c
 10c
57 to 8.50
 lac
 33c
 40c
 25c
 3uc
. . .7 to 9
. .i'i to f,
.$4   to   5
%0    tO    $*i.!)0
PAYMENT
OF      ANNUAL
TAXESV
CITY
along these lines remains to eb seen. Geese, each  $1.50  tende.   to recive Taxes between
There is ceitainly a flne opportunity
for  such  a  body   to effect   reform   In
the ways and methods oi our poultry
Jjoej e: s.
EARL GREY ARRIVES.
Potatoes, new. i er s-ick
Potatoes, old, per sack
Onions, ier sack   	
i Turnips, per sick   	
I Harrots. p?r sack  ',
I leots. per sack  	
i ''arsnirs, per sack 	
Strawberries, per crate
ioosefcerries, j er lb. ...
Iherr'es   per lb	
''������.-��� I" ': ies,   crate   ...
''e i  Currants,  ner Ih,
.$1.25 to 1.50
 75c
 $1.50
 60c
 75c
 75c
 75c
.$1.75 to 1.00
 O
 6   to   Se
 $2
 fie
Notice   to   Taxpayers:
NOTICE io HEREBY GIVEN that!
to obtain the advantage of the full re-,
bate allowable, all CITY TANKS andj
SEWER RATES MUST be paid on or'
before tbe 1st. DAY of AUGUST.
For the convenience of day-workers,
the Collector's Office hours will be ex-;
; 00 j
nd !i  p.  m��� on Saturday, July 30th., j
and on  Monday. August 1st.
All persons are earn'stly desired;
to pay their taxes before those days,|
In
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. Ofi Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and N'o.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B. FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Vancouver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. 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 ji. m .... Daily 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 a. in.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
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* Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at 5:50,
��� 8:00 and every half hour then after until 11 p. ni.'
* Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50
��� and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. ni.-
J Return  Fare:   Adults,  liOc;   children  under 12. 35c
a          Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
��� a. tn. and every  half hour thereafter until 11 p. ni.
:Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a   in    9  a   u
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  ni.
X Sunday Excursion Kates:   Return fare, 50c; children   25c.
* Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancou VM
9 at (:20 a. m 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. in. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5 20
6:20, 6:60,
6:50,   7:20,
8:00
at S
and
Black Currants, j er lb 10c
I
Says  Tn.it   He   Wi I   no:d   Office  for
Another Year.
Quebec, July ::_'.���Loid Grey and his
consort arrl el yesterday on the
c.  P.  R. Empress of Britain.    They
v.e.e met at the landing by the Earl I    F.rrrer's  Wife   Commits  3ulClde
of Lensboibugh, military secretary to     Carman. Man.. July 22,���fak.  W
ii, excellency;   metnhers of the pro- VK wjfe o( William Wilkin, a farmer allowed from August 2nd., to Septem-
vincial cabinet and officers of the gar- living six miles west of Carman, com-   ber 1st., inclusive,
'ison. Iti-U'i sulci de last  night by drinking      After   September   1st.,   rebates   for
A   largo  number  of  cfi.es   were carbolic add,   The deceased wife was  this year cannot be allowed.
otflo  ]���.eiit-ni   to  greet   the  vice-regal  a youn.   woman, about thirty vears of J. A. RENNIE',
P ���������'a: I Grey Slid be would hold   ape.    She Is  survived  bv a  husband Collector.
(..::. c tor aaetier y.;'.r. and two children. '    City Hall, July 20th., 1010.
order to avoid  undue  pressure of U:00    Kvorv Saturda
work iron the clerks whose duties are - -j-q prince  RUPERT.
increasing. n:00 n. m   Every Thursday and Sat
MAN'D   NOTICES   WILL   BE   SEPA.'8   '      ''' " '  "'  '"'
AND   NOT
i nd
RATELT   DEALT  WITH
! ALI/IWFD   TO   DELAY   PERSONS
WHO    COMPLY    WITH    THIS    RE-
[quest.
Only the 10 per cent rehalo will be
Wednesday-
It   8
Saturdays
Tuesday,    Thursday    nnd
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   B.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  in   The  News.
It will bring results.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 a. m  to 11 p. in.
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly hetween 8 a. in. and 11 p. ni.
Sapperton  Line���20 minute service, from 6:25 a  ni  to 11'10 p.m.
Sunday   Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. in  nnd 11 p  in.
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We carry in stock nn assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
Prices  in  Kings $40 to  $400.
These goods are the BEST procurable in Canada, and ls a pleasure to show same.
HOWARD AND LONGINE   WATCHES,
Chamberlin's
THE
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c per box.   Try It.
_25.
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X I \l JRDAY,  JULY  23,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
>OCTINGNEW5
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" SNAPS IN��� |
Port Mann,   Surrey,   Coquitlam,   Burnaby,   Langley,
inN.L.U. Will Pro-
ION BELLIES NEXT      SETILE SUPREMACY
Eastern Challengers for the
Make Trip to Coast ���    Minto Cup Will Attempt
-all.
L]   July i'l'.���Should they win
llonship of the N. L. CJ. and
I,.   .Montreals   fail   to   bring
cup to this city, ii appears
;,ls will travel west In Sep-
quest   of   tbe   silverware
winners of the league tbey
���v.   the   right   to  challenge,
lev could play on a reason-
ii is thought New Westmln-
holders, would have no rea-
[postponing   the  Issue   until
|ar it was different. Not un-
was the championship de-
ihis season the result will
I . September. On the fifth
jnili the Nationals are ached-
iy the  Shamrocks,  but  one
I;    emenl of the Frenchmen
Pi,i ij   thai   this  game  would
���i. i if the Nationals are the
|i neis, and thai  tbey would
the  coast   to   play   on   this
nchmen   ure   watching   the
rles closely and while tbey
ee Montreal make a bet-
lg in tlie next game they
w Westminster will retain
However, should Montreal
���eted trophy, the Nationals,
in the N, L. Q., would nat-
i possession.
tionals   are   confident
finish   in   the   lead.
will   meet   Torontos
ill probably be their _
However, critics bere are
the  belie!  that   there  will
le before the championship I
leclded.
ea are scheduled for Sat-
ontos al  National und Capl-
that
This
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ASEBALL
Friday,   July   22.
American League.
R.   II.   E.
0     9      1
3      8      2
Ellington:
fame���                     R.
H.   E.
6     ii
13     1
11.   B.
6     0
4 1
II.   E.
5 8
10      3
game
will be
Game���                  R,
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ladelphia:
R.
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Boston-Chicago
(1:   lain.    Two  games
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H.   B.
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k      11
14      5
National   League,
ftsburg���                   u. II. E.
   14 15 2
  1 6 3
clnnati���                 R. H. E.
���>liia       4 t; 2
I'i         li 10 2
R. H. E.
   4 7 0
frfc        0 5 0
Eastern  League.
t                                   R. H . B.
  2 5 0
   5 8 1
U. H. B.|
   2 4 2
    1 4 0
R. H. B.I
  r, ;i n
  0 1 li
R. H. R. |
   4 8 4
   6 10 0
ontreal-
Miester-
Kalo-
itf-
Coast  League.
Is Angeles���
Into
f" Pranclscc-
ptland-
lnc8lco
iane���
in I tie���
R.   11.   R.
0      2      2
;i    4     ii
R.   II.   B,
o    4    r>
2 4 1
R. H. R.
4 8 1
2 8 1
[Northwestern   League.
R. H. R.
.  7 !) H
.  18   IB    :;
m es���Gardner      and      Lewis;
"'ay, and shea.
R. H.   R.
...   0       l\       2
f   5     7     1
f'   , Schmutz,   Byrnes;   Chin-
B"  (. oster.
Standing  of  Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pet.
   Bl      41      .554
  BO     42      .54:1
   4t>      45      .505
    '.iii      55      .895
Games  Today.
iUver al  Spokane.
.  "  '"  Seattle.
JRNE�� AT THE STAKE.
K�� 8Turfl!d  toA A8Sault   White
Ik    ,, . Uffers   Awful   Death
I'i":'
' e\as
.lulv
y 22.���Henry Gon-
,��� ,;  *h��attempted to enter
,      ��  white  woman  at   liel-
lled'cn"? ,'llls  morning,   and
ion _      ;,hl" Jame8 Mitchell,
��hi    'I'T' hu"- W!<�� burned
K   Unh*i' by a mob.
the Impossible Today.
The great question which puzzled
the lacrosse funs yesterday was
whether Captain Tommie Gifford
would be in shape to plaj In the
mulch this afternoon, and this morning the doubts are not yet settled.
Tommie's limb was considerably improved yesterday ana It is thought
that he may be able to play, but that
all depends on the amount of sleep
he had last night and the way he i'eels
this morning, it will probably not
be known until about noon whether
he will be on  the field or not.
If Captain Gifford is well enough to
take his place on the lineup today.
the team will be exactly the same as
the one which lasl week humbled the
eastern ('up Hunters. They will all
be there. Punk Wintemute was tbe
man mosl badly Injured besides
Tommy Gilford and be has been under
the doctor's cure all week, but will
be able to play all right this afternoon.
Grumpy Spring was also hurt hut he
will be In as good shape this afternoon as he ever was. The otber men
are feeling In first class shape.
Change   in   Montreals.
The Montreal team may also be
the same as that which played the
last half of the game last Saturday.
Andy Hamilton, who hud his shoulder
put out at the last game, will not be
in uniform again and his place will
be taken by O'Kane, who substituted
at the last game. It is reported from
Vancouver tbat neither George Rollers nor Fred Scott are in very good
shape and may not play, but very
little credence Is placed in the rumor
here.
The following Is the lineup, as near
as it can be figured out at present:
1 Westminster  Goal.)
Sandy Gray
Galbralth
Hogan
T.   Gifford
Roberts
.!.   Gifford
H. Scott
G. Rennie
Dade
T.   Rennie
F. Scott
C.  Spring
Kane
W. Turnbull
Kenna
Wintemute
Hamilton
Feeney
R.  Finlayson
L.  Turnbull
McKerrow
G. Spring
G.  Findayson
Tierney
1 Montreal Goal.)
Strict Refereeing Today.
1). M. Eberts, speaker of the house
of commons at Victoria, will face-off
the ball promptly at 3:30 p.m. and
then W. E. Ditchburn will take charge
of the game. Lionel Vorke, of Vancouver, will act as judge of play. After
the criticism the referees received
from some quarters after the last
game, it is probable that they will
be much more strict today and the
men will go to the fence for the slightest infraction of the rules.
The Montreal men still seem to
have some confidence, according to
reports appealing in the Vancouver
papers, but if they have, they must
have brought an Inexhaustible supply
of hope wilh them. They were beaten
by the same score here as they deflate! Winnipeg by tbe Saturday previous, and the players all agreed that.
Winnipeg did not have much of a
team. Taking thai as a basis���but
what's the use���the game this afternoon will show.
Few Tickets Left.
No one as yet has attempted to
make an estimate of the crowd that
will be there. Up 10 last night the
ticke.s had sold in almost similar
numbers lo the game the Saturday
previous. Secretary Ryall stated that
the grandstand tickets were just
about Ihe same. He was practically
sold out of tickets for the main stand
last night and those who want to
gel a ijood seat will have to iind their
way to the corner of Lorne and Columbia streets early today. The tickets in Vancouver also sold as well as
I hey did tor the last game. The
pasteboards will remain on sale at
Ryall's until eleven o'clock this
morning, the seats available including
all remaining unsold In Vancouver
yesterday. There is still considerable
accommodation in the temporary
grandstand.
Weather Will  Count.
The attendance will depend a great
deal on the weather. Last Saturday
the conditions, trom a spectator's
point of view, were Ideal, and If the
sumo conditions prevail this afternoon
there ls no doubt that there will he
an enormous crowd, as great or greater than thnt which witnessed the first
game. ������
Lots  of  Police.
Chief Bradshaw. of the city police
force, will be on the Job again with
as manv of his men as he can muster
and wiil make a strenuous endeavor
to have both the Minto cup contests
pass off without any disturbance.
City Property and   Houses   and   Lots.
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
When   we   }
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Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance, ���
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and *
Employers' Liability.
S. FADER
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Full information on application to
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WM. STAPLETON, General Agent,
Room *;4 Scott Mock, Winnipeg, Man.
Phone, Main Df;r>o
FINAL LACROSSE MATCH
FOR WATCHES TODAY
Sappertonians   and    Greenhorns   Will
Decide   Ownership  of  Timepieces
on Oval This Afternoon.
The final match between teams
fourteen years old and younger for
the possession of the Dick Burde
watches will be played this afternoon
at Queens park while the crowd is
gathering for the big Minto cup
game. Tbe Sappertonians and the
Greenhorns are the only ones left in
the running now and they will battle
it out under tbe supervision of Referee W. Gifford.
Last week there was a great deal
of interest taken in the junior game
by the crowd wliich came early to
the Minto cup fixture and the management thought tbey could not do better than have the final game played
off today. There are twelve watches
and the winners of tbis afternoon's
contest will be declared the winners.
The game starts at 1:30 p. m., so
that there will be lots of time to finish it before the Montreal game starts.
Montreal's Big Task.
The fate of the Minto cup, given by
the Governor General of Canada for
competition for tbe lacrosse championship of Canada, hangs in tlie balance
today, when a picked team of professionals from Montreal will battle with
the New Westminster team for its
possession. The Montreal team will
have to heat New Westminster by
more than six goals to take the cup
back with them, as the local team
won last Saturday by a score of ten
to four, and the total number of goals
in the two games decides the holders
of the cup. New Westminster has
held the trophy for three years and
the motto, "What we have, we'll hold,"
I which the champions have affixed to
It, looks like a sure enough prophecy.
The Public
Supply Stores
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APRICOTS
For
Preserving
A Carload
Just Received
Place your order Now.
White Rock
Can be had at Lowest Prices and
the Easiest of Terms. j
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Contractors and
House Builders
We have a full   line   of   tke   Best
Builders  Hardware in tkis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   of   PAINTS   and   OILS
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They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined caste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes, Spoon Trays, Bon  Bons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE  in  great   variety   from   Pickle  Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block. Columbia   St.
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SEARCH IS RENEWED FOR   ! Salmon Report
ARMADA'S SUNKEN GOED
Location    of    Wreck    in    Tobermory
Bay   Has   Been   Narrowed   Down
to   a   Small   Area.
London, July 22.���The search for
the Spanish Armada galleon Flor-
encla, which sank with treasure of
fabulous amount in Tobermory Bay In
1688, has been resumed.
This fresh venture Is being undertaken by a London syndicate, which
secured a lease from the Duke of Argyll in September last. Lleut.-Col.
K. Mackenzie Foss. who has had extensive experience of submarine work
in Ceylon, is superintending the actual operations.
The silt under which the galleon
lies will be bored hy a mining expert,
and when anything resembling a bull
has been located, native pearl divers
from Ceylon, will take up the investigations. . ,
For at least two years inquiries of
a historical character have been prosecuted in Spain and Italy as well
as in this country, with the view of
establishing the actual facts. As a
result the situation of the wreck has
been located to within four hundred
square yards, and tbo problem correspondingly narrowed down.
Colonel Foss has discovered that
the Florenefa was 120 feet In length,
with forty feet beam, and carried flf-
tv-lwo guns, in addition to a very-
largo sum In coin and bullion.
July   22,   1910.
Bellingham���Got 4,400 flsh altogether, of which 1,700 from Lummi,
and 2,700 from the Gulf. Did not lift
traps at Salmon banks. Seiners
didn't flsh, as it was too rough.
Fidalgo, Anacortes Cannery���Got
3,000 fish from traps. Seiners got 3,-
400 and doing better generally.
Vancouver Cannery���Got about 500
lish yesterday.
St. Mungo Cannery���Got very few
fish; about 150.
Brunswick Cannery���Got 400 fish
yesterday.
British Columbia Cannery���Boats
averaged  six.    Mostly springs.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery���Got about
700 flsh yesterday.
Imperial Cannery���Got 800 fish yesterday.
Scottish Canadian Cannery���Got
about 700 fish yesterday.
Ewens Cannery���Duly got about 100
lish yesterday.
PEASANTS THOUGHT DEVIL
TRAVELLED IN AIRSHIP
Seattle Capitalist Dead.
Seattle. July 22. ��� George W. Mahoney. capitalist and extensive real
estate owner, is dead at his home
ore, aged sixty-eight. Death followed
an operation yesterday on the brain.
Italians    Captured     a    Balloon     and
Took     It   to   Church   to   Have
It   Exorcised.
Rome, July 22.���A military balloon
broke   from  its  anchorage  the  other
day and  went  sailing along  until  it
j reached   the  little   village  of  Palom-
| baro, the several hundred Inhabitants
j of which  had  never seen a balloon,
; and  never  even  heard   of   Zeppelin,
When the peasants saw the monster,
they first concluded that lt was a gift
from heaven and agreed among them-
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selves to divide up the silk bag among
the women and girls. But then some
one suggested that may be the devil
had a hand in the game and had sent
this present to tempt them.
"That's easily ascertained." said
the village oracle. "Let us carry the
thing into church. If It's devils' work
it will quickly manifest itself."
The balloon was squeezed through
the church door With much difficulty,
and parts of It were badly torn. Then
the peasants waited to see what would
happen. They waited several hours,
but the balloon, or its devilish contents, refused to budge. When darkness came on, the  villagers half de
cided that there was no harm in the
silken bag, and to make sure one man
lit a candle and walked around it. He
stumbled, fell, and ignited the escaping gas.
Immediately there were cries, "The
devil Is loose," and all fled from the
church. As a matter of fact there
was an explosion, a bluish flame shot
up amid much had odor, all of which
tallied with the villagers' Idea of his
satanlc majesty.
Try a "WANT"  ad  in  The  News.
It will brln�� results.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
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A  GREAT  SLAUGHTER   OF
HIGH - CLASS
At Sinclair's Shoe Store,
629 Columbia St., Today
Shoes at about ONE-
THIRD their value.
Being unable to move around
for shoes���shoes on the bargain
tables, shoes in cases, shoes in
every available nook and corner
of our store���we are simply compelled to get them out; hence
these Slaughter Prices.
Visit Sinclair's Bargain Shoe
Sale today, and you will admit
we have the greatest values in
Canada. Inspect whether you
purchase or not.
Ladies $4.50 Shoes tfl AC
Selling Today for    y ��� ���T'J
Ladies Canvas Shoes   QJT/>
Selling Today for        ^^
Men's $4.00 Shoes fr 1 QC
Selling Today for   ^������^J
Misses, Children C(\c\
and Infants Shoes at   vUM
This sale and these prices cannot last much longer. Our Fall
Goods are on the road and room
must be made. All remaining
lines on our bargain tables must
go. Prices have been lowered for
today's buying.
W. E. Sinclair
THE SHOE MAN
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JOHN BULL DOES AWAY -t Q H
WITH ANCIENT POSTS| SERvicES
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(Changes for this column must   be
eft at, or telephoned to, this otlice by
Historic and  Novel Crown
^Orriees Are Being Dropped 9 p.m. on Fridays.   The omission of
any  church  notice  from  this column
One by One.
indicates thai no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
.arty.)
London. July 22.���Many of the
queer old crown offices of Great Britain have been abolished, but some of
them remain to this day, evidencing
the conservatism of old John Bull. Of
these may be mentioned the pleasant
post in Scotland of .Marshal of Gentle
Archers, a picturesque office that has
come down from the middle ages. The
[present   holder  is  commander  of  thel
Sunday,  July 24.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Uev. G. ('.
d'Easum, rector. Celebration of Holy
Communion at 8 a, in.: .Matins.
Litany and sermon at eleven
a. m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.;
evensong and sermon al 7 p. m.
^^^^      ^^^^ ST.  PAUL'S  REFORMED  EPISCO
ancient   Body  Guard  of  Archers,  and   PAL���lio\
still appears from time to time in Lin-|vice at  ll
A. deli. Owen, rector. Ser-
 and   11   p.m.     Holy
coin Green, and armed like his men, J Communion flrst Sunday in the month
with the old-time bow and arrow, atur morning service.    Prayer meet-
A couple of interesting posts were ing on Thui sday at 7:30 p. m. Morn-
abolished when Edward Vll. succeed-jing: "havid's Magnanimity"; evened to tlie throne. One of these, thai lng :"The Duty of the People to tho
of royal rat catcher, had heen in ex- Ministry."
Ih���  ChSu!erml88l0n ^"'""'l    ST.   ANDREWS   PRESBYTERIAN
"The royal  rat  chatcher had  a  nice, i ~Kov- /���   S'  He��d!r����D'   Pa8t��rVK8^"
easy time, and his job was much en-  vif8 " a,m   "'"   ' :'A\ ���'������"���., ^1',,i""
vied,  seeing  that   he  drew   the  com-18c"��o1   and     B,ble     cla8s   J:';"   "m
fortable stipend of $1,250 a  year, together with an allowance of  $50 for
1 terriers and $200 for ferrets.    This of-,
fice furnished occasion for many witty sallies in Parliament up to the time i
of the accession of Albert Edward.
The other office that the late king,
abolished  was that of the king's ale;
taster.     This  post  carried  with   it  a
nice salary and the pleasant duty of'
sampling the ales that were supplied
to tue loyal table.
Bryond   Borough.
Among the old offices yet  retained
ST.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
Kev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Ph.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p. m.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Kev. C. W. Hrown. B. D . pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:110 p. m. Sunday school at L':.'Ui p. m. Uev. Dr.
Sipprell, of Columbian college, will
preach at both services.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Mik-
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.     Sunday    school   at    2:30  p.m.
may be mentioned the stewardship of Midweek prayer meeting on Wednes
the Chlltern hundreds. The origins
duty of this offlcer was to drive out
brigands from the Chiltern hills, bul
it is now a purely nominal office that
every member of Parliament must accept before he is permitted to resign
his post. It does not carry much of a
salary, however���only $5 per annum���
and the member of Parliament having
stepped out of his position by accepting this, forthwith resigns it.
Another old office yet ln existence
is the king's verderer for the Forest
of Dean. This is filled by election at
a court presided over by the high
sheriff of Gloucestershire, and is one
day at S o'clock. Morning: "Paul's
Testimony Concerning the Church";
evening: "The Searchlight of Truth
on a Grafter's Life."
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.   E.
G. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning, Holy Communion,
11 a.m.; evening, 7:;io p.m. Bible
class and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m.'
V. P. S. C. E., Tuesday 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting. Wednesday, fc p. m. Morning: "Fearfulness and Courage";
evening:   "Indifference."
SAPPERTON    METHODIST��� Kev
  , ���..J  Ja  _.lc, E.   D.   Braden,   pastor.     Services     at
'of the most ancient of all posts in the]1! ���*���'*���. *nd " P-m-  Sunday school  at
I United Kingdom. 2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
A curious post, now abolished, was  '**��� 8 p. m.
that of the uncorker of ocean bottles,      SIXTH    AVENUE    METHODIST	
created during the reign of Elizabeth, church building funds Sunday. The
It owed its existence to an odd inci-|Rev. P< S. 0kell. B. A., pastor. Services
dent, in that extraordinary as it may i.it n a m and 7:30 p m, claa8 nieet.
seem, the first news to reach England ;lng at 10 a. m. Sunday school at
| of the Dutch taking Nova Zembla 2;30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday
came by "bottle post." at & p   m     prayer Ineettng, Wednes-
The story runs that one day a flsh- flay at  x  ,,   ,���
erman, on the sands near Deal, picked
I up a  bottle,  which  in  due  time  was I    WI':sT     Ksir'    PRESBYTERIAN-
I laid  before the lord  high  admiral  0f;Iwelfth    street.     Kev.   James    Reid,
When opened, a parchment,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Hell
Hall as the owner in fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from E. A. Wilmot,
Inspector of dykes, to Duncan Hell
Hall, hearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 1907, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of Ne��- Westminster,
in the I'r.i.-.i.e ol British Columbia,
more particulirly known and described as part 3.110 a'168 of the southeast
quarter of Section is, Township ;:,
Range 2'.), west of 6th Meridian,
Vou and those claiming through or
undei' you and all persons claiming
any interest in thi said land by virtue
of any unre 'stuied Instrument, and
all persons cliiiJng any interest in
the said land by decent, whose title
Is not re^istoretl -*.i ��� er the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are required to contest t ie >j ^ .a of the tax purchaser within forty flva days from the
date of the flrit pub! cation of this
notice upon yjn and in default of a
caveat or tvi lid.a'e of .:s pendens
being filed within sue t jciiod, or in
default of redemption netora registration, you ,iu l oach df yen will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any < him to o lu aspect of
the said land, and i sha I register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
in fee. And l hereby oi-. thai publication of this notice for thirty days
In a daily newsptpei pi blished ln New
Westminster will le (.ood and sufficient service ttiircA
Dated at !h. 1 . nd Registry Office,
New Westminster, r-o '"nee o* Hritish
Columbia, this loth aay of April, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
I Iptrict Registrar,
To Canada Permanent Loan & Savings Co., Oppenhelmer Bros., Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Leishman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
Try  a   "WANT"  ad   ln   Thp  News.
It will bring results.
NOTICE   Tn r-
Tenders   ,0r   r     ~*     1
P'tal,  New wJJejl
Seah I tend,    ^^~"
derslgn, |
wlope-T, :<
Hospital '   or,,.
office ol l
New w, I |
oclock i
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blocl .' '���"Sl
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Each   I,
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panied  hv "
char,,,,! JJJd
of the Bo
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Any pei ,   I
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acceptanc,   thereoi       ".
Bpeciflcatl       .   .     .    \
quired to    , r'y
of   re,,,,,
the party win  e tender
complete    -. ���   ,.,.,_-
W,"" 'L" ! Hum!
cheque shall be forfeBJ
ofManagei ^**
such refusal i i failure
lhe person nr] .. ...
cepted, wm be ,.:
a bond satisfactory ton.
Managers, equal to ten -1
the amounl of the   ������ .'..'-
The chequi ,-. . .
whose tendei i are ..'-.
returned within ten daj,
signing of the i  ntract
The lowest, or any teaU
essarlly accepted.
w.al
Secretary   !;, >-a| Colui I ,
P. O.  Hex  59.
New Westminster B f
1!U0.
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses]
AND 1^
Children's Dresii
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House
617 Columbia j
England     ^^^^^^ .  , ._ , 	
setting forth the news just mentioned
was found. When this was shown to
the queen, Elizabeth was so struck by
the circumstance, that she at once
decreed that for the future all sealed , DC, mun,
bottles cast up by the sea were to be [Leonard.
dispatched  to the lord high  admira.,
whose   property  they  should   become
un Ier the designation of "sea prizes."
Queen   Bess'   Decree.
To   impress   this   decree   upon   the
minds of all, especially fishermen and
those   dwelling   on   the   sea   coasts,
Queen  Bess characteristically enough
intimated that neglect to comply with
the royal command  would mean  the
gallows.
In this fashion came about the office of the uncorker of ocean bottles,
who alono had the right to open any
bottle cast on the coasts of the kingdom.    Thomas Tonfield was the flrst
Englishman to fill this post, and the
records show that during one year he
opened   fifty-two   bottles,   flasks,   fla-
I gons,   anj   other   ocean   messengers,
containing all sorts of news touching
on matters of the sea.   This office en-
jdured till the time of George III., by |
! whom it was abolished.
At one  time  there existed  at  the
��� English court one of the queerest of-
, fires   Imaginable,   i.e.,   that   of   whip-!���,   - - -- ��
i ping   boy.     It   Is   extremely   probable i Tuesday at 8 p.m.
that this post was not, like many of | bouse;   Service at
the others,   much  sought  after,  inasmuch aa the duty of the youth  who
'-. -. i: embraced some unpleasant features.    He was, In fact, a sort of un-
I derstudy to a prince In the matter of
ppinga,    receiving    the    chastise-
'���<-:,���. tbat of right should have gone
to the king's son.
B.A., pastor. Public worship at 11
a. m. and 7:,'i0 p. in. Sunday school
at ;j:30 p. in.
ST.    MARY'S,   SAPPERTON���Holy
communion, 8:30 a.m.;   evensong and
sermon,   7   p.m.     Preacher.     Kev.  C.
Rev. Canon Hlnchcliffe. rec-
will  preach in  the
More B. C. E. R. Bonds.
London, July 'ii.���Applications have
heen mad'- to the Stock Exchange to
list City of Edmonton ��288,000 4V.-
percenta and British Columbia Electric Railway ��530,000 4'^-perce ni
bonds.
tor of Chilliwack
evening. B^^^^^^^^^^^
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand, pastor. Service at
g p. m. in the 1. O. O. F. hall.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Love feast, 10
a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m.; Sunday
school, 2:30 p.m.; Service at 7 p.m.
Midweek prayer ineeting, Thursday,
T: 45 p.m. Holiness meeting, Tuesday
at 7:46 p.m. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor.
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, Rev.
Frederick Carpenter. Services as
follows: East Burnaby, Sunday
school at 2 p.m.; preaching service
at 3 p.m.; young people's service at
7:30 p.m. Thursday, prayer service at
8 p.m. West Burnaby, Sunday school
at 2:30   and   preaching  at   7:30.
COLLLNGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
���"----" Dundonal.l school
      p.m. and  Sunday
���chool at 3 p.m. Kev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Kev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
I
THE NEWEST
THING OUT
CHURCH OF CHRIST���305 Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sun
day services, 11 a.m. and 7 p m
Week day service, every day at 8 p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH
Hospital street���Sunday school at 2:30
p.m.; service at 7 p.m. Andrew Grieve
pastor.
GOSPEL HALL���Corner of Sixth
avenue and Ninth street. Evangelist
J. J. Rouse will preach at 7 p.m.
When yon want to cleat your house of
flies, tee that you get
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
Imitations are always unsatisfactory.
CLOG  DANCED  FOR ���
TWENTY HOURS
Wallace, Idaho, July 22.���Laced up
In a Btraitjacket, wearing heavy hobnailed boots, hurling threats and defiance at fellow prisoners and jailers
John Carlson, of Taft, a few nights
ago, did a Marathon dance that is believed to have beaten all records in or
out of jail.
He made so much noise that, the
firemen in the station adjoining could
not sleep, and the prisoner was taken
to the county Jail. Thel of confinement and Inactivity, the big miner began to clog dance, from which he refused to desist until he had put in
twenty straight hours without a break
How much longer ho might have
kept going will never be known as
his fellow prisoners, being unable to I
stand the racket of his hob nails on I
the steel floor, finally took the dancer
down and sat on him until the j���iiPr
put a Btraitjacket on him. He wa9
sent home to Montana.
The Newest Fad In The U
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents    for   20th    Century   Clothing
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New WestmiiwM &
A
��8l!i\    s JAY, JULY   23,  1910.
New Westminster.
inster Land District.
Ii.it I, R. A. Tretheway,
B.C.,   lumberman,   in
,,, the Chief Commis-
.. ,.,i Victoria, B.C., for
ospecl for coal and pe-
1  in  the following de
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
al a post marked R.
corner, planted at the
,i section 29, in Town-
Ipality of Sumas, New
listrict; thence east 80
south 80 chains; thence
18;     thence     north   80
of commencement and
botsford, B.C., this nth
\ 1).,  1910.
,;. ,.\   TRETHEWAY.
New Westminster.
inster Land District.
\e that I, Alexander John-
ksford, B.C., lumberman,
���ply to the chief Commis-
iiis at Victoria, B.C., fo?
[prospect for coal and pe-
id  In the following de-
g at a post marked A. J.,
planted at the N. E. cor.
fon 30, in Township 19
of Sumas, New Westmln
thence south R0 chains;
IgO chains; thence north
jheiice east SO chains to
[tnencement and contain-
tbbotsford, B.C., this Oth
\ D., 1010.
|X \NDEK   JOHNSTON'.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. .1. A. McGowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C.. lor
a license lo prospecl for coal and petroleum on and in the following de-
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post marked ,1.
A. Met;., s. w. corner, planted at the
S. W. comer of Section :;::. in Township Hi, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District; thence north
80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south so chains; thence west
80 chains to point of commencement
and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
day of June,  A.D.,   1910.
J. A. McGOWAN.
BRITISH CAPITAL
A STEADY STREAM
Unprecedented Amount of
New Capital Found During
First Half of Year.
IS TO BE
YOUTH'S EINAL TEST
PASTOR
GAVE    SERMON
IN   HIS  SHIRT SLEEVES
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The
Royal Bank oE Canada
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    	
$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L.  M.  RICHARDSON,  Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
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[asterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
,OUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL.    $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR ��4.50 per Bbl-
.uarrie & Co.rm AXn FBKD MEltCHAXT-8.
*T  STREET.
London, July 22.���For partisan po-
lii it-;i] purposes it has been the babit
of many English editors to write about
the alleged financial decadence of
England. The Chancellor of tbe Exchequer, on the other hand, in intro-
ducing his budget ior next year, stated that the country never was so prosperous and that there was a big boom
in trade everywhere.
To judge by the unprecedented
amount of new capital that London
found during tbe first six months of
this year England is far from beinj;
broke. The Economist shows that in
the lirst three months of this year
��99,355,000 was invested in new undertakings and In the next three
months ��88,721,000.
These figures are indications of a
great boom in business, and, of course,
of speculative activity. Rubber companies account for ��16,500,000 of the
half year's total and oil companies for
��8.500,000. The tabulated statement
In the Economist shows that a fair
proportion of the new capital is for
tbe home market, but the larger proportion was invested in enterprises
abroad.
There is no reason for disquietude
In this fact, it is asserted. What the
figures of new capital indicate is the
enormous wealth of the United Kingdom. The stream of Hritish capital
still flows over the earth like a fertilizing stream. Of the increase in
the amount of capital sent abroad, the
bulk will be employed in the construction of railways and*tbe development,
of agriculture or industry.
Young Man Will Try It Before Deciding To Join The
Roman Catholic Order. g Jj
Expelled   From   Germany.
Rerlin, July 22.���The authorities to-
pitcher for the Chi- j day arrested twenty-one Mormon pros-
^^^^ eliters  and expelled  them  from Ger
many.
SWARM  OF  BEES  MAKES
200-MILE  OCEAN  TRIP
New  Weitmlnster.
Telephone 333.
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B.C. Mills
'ber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers in All Kinds of
IR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
D WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing*Mills Branch
|ne  12 New Westminster Bo"  13/
New York, July 22,���How a swarm
of bees took a two hundred-mile trip
on board the Alleghany, of the Hamburg-American line's Atlas service
was told by passengers of that steamship when it reached its North River
pier.
Soon after the Alleghany left Port
de Paix, Hayti. on June 23 last, a
swarm of several thousand bees settled in a cluster upon a boat davit on
the upper deck. Sailors made an effort to dislodge the insects, but after
the bees had shown their determination to remain by stinging their assailants they were allowed to have
their own way.
The ship reached St. Marc the next
day, but the bees still remained on
board. On June 26 the Alleghany set
out for St. Marc. By this time the Insects had found there was not the
proper kind of food within easy reach
and suddenly rose into the air and
flew back toward land.
Hutchinson, Kan., July 22.���Having
serious doubts as to whether he really
was fit to enter the priesthood of the
Roman Catholic church, even after he
had completed his studies at the Ken-
ilworth Seminary, ,J. ,). O'Reilly evolved a  most unusual test.
Realizing that the life he was about
to enter upon was one of continual
sacrifice and repression, from which
there could be no alternative, he determined to find out whether he was
master of himself to the extent he believed he should be, but the question
troubled him for weeks he was unable
to meet it with an answer.
At college O'Reilly took great interest, in baseball. This was at St. Benedict's college at Atchison, Kan. While
attending this school he met Hlaine
Burban, formerly
cago Nationals, and the two became
friends. O'Reilly umpired many games
and lie got away good. No one ever
kicked on his decisions. At Kenll-
worth college, St. Louis, he again became umpire. He had a steady eye,
knew the game thoroughly, ana he
was a student of human nature.
O'Reilly finally decided lie would
get into professional baseball. If lie
could withstand the wrath of a professional baseball player without anger
rankling in his heart surely he would
be fit for the priesthood, for no person in the world has so thankless a
job as the umpire.
So under the name of Phillips, he
applied to President Ilostutler, of the
Kansas State league. Western Kansas crowds do not hesitate to tell an
umpire what they think of him when
his decisions are not up to the standard, lf he hears no kick it is a sign
that he is making good. Phillips as
an umpire haa been a success. The
players like him and seldom object to
his decisions.
Waterbtiry, Conn., July 22.���By vote
of his congregation Rev. II. C. Mer-
serve, pastor of the First Congregational church of Dan bury, has established a new fashion in vestments. He
is preaching in his shirt sleeves.
"My brethren," he said Sunday
morning, "it is hot." Tlie congregation looked eloquent but preserved silence.
"Are there any here," continued Mr.
Merserve, "who would see grave indecorum in the removal of the clergyman's coat during the service?"
There was no answer.
"As many as are willing that I
should preach to them in something
approximating comfort raise their
hands," said the pastor.
Hands were raised all over the auditorium. Tho women seemed to lead
the movement. Mr. Merserve is
young, popular and trim of figure. The
pastdr counted  the  raised  hands.
"In conformtity with your wishes, l
will praise God in my shirt sleeves," j
he said, removing his frock coat and
appearing in a soft white shirt.
Mr, Merserve says he will continue
to preach coatless sermons while the
hot weather lasts.
NOTICE.
IN THE MATTER of the Companies
Act, 1910,
AND
Hale   Bros.   &
IN  THE   MATTER  of
Kennedy, Limited;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Pros. & Kennedy, Limited, win one month after
the 7th day of July, 1910, apply to
tbe Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
Bros., Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7,  1910.
B.   S.   KENNEDY,
Secy. Hale Pros. &  Kennedy. Ltd.
RUPTURE
Mr. A. Claverie
the celebrated European Specialist
who created such an enthusiasm in
Vancouver  last  week,  will   be   in
NEW   WESTMINSTER
(Windsor   Hotel)
on   Monday   from   1   to   9   p. m.
Tussday from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Don't Fail to Go and See  Him
and
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
As we have already announced. Mr.
A. Claverie, the European Specialist,
whose name is known all over the
world,  is coming to our city.
This is a chance everybody will
grasp.
 Rupture is a disease NOT TO  BE
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve-TRIFLED WITH,
o'clock noon of the 26th day of July,!    it   j.s
1910. for the excavation, construction; disease
and completion of a main sewer line |
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-1
derslgned,  and  marked  on  the enve-1
lope "Tenders for Sewer," will be re-1
ceived   at   the  office   of   the  Commissioners of the Transcontinental  Rail-1
GHOSTS   CAUSE   OF   A
RAILROAD
STRIKE
for the Winnipeg shops situated in
Section 5, Tp. 11, Range 4 E., on the
line of the National Transcontinental
Railway, about six miles east of Winnipeg, extending from the pump house
and terminal yard to the Seine River.
Mercerville, N. J., July 22.���Fifty
Italian railroad laborers have gone on
strike because, they assert, they saw
four ghosts���the spirits of fellow laborers who were recently killed by being struck by a train���operating a
hand car. Folk hereabout believe the
story of the laborers, as they all agree
as to the particulars. The villagers
are excited, and even the men of the
village, would not go out at night if
frequently   considered   as   a
without    any    danger,    when
REALLY IT IS ONE OF THE MOST
TERRIBLE.
It frequently occurs that in a few
months  it  weakens  the strongest  of
men,  and  renders  them incapable of
working and even  of  walking.
^^^^^^^^^^^  ^^^ And   there   is  still  a  more  fearful
Plans   and    specifications    may    be danger.   THE STRANGULATION  OF
seen in the office of Mr. Gordon Grant, j THE  RUPTURE.
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ont., and in the office of;qllent   ilTKi   unexpected   occurrence-
Mr.  S.   R.   Poulin,   District  Engineer, | the   digestion   is   suddenly
St.   Boniface,   Man.
Persons tendering are notified that:
tenders will not be considered unless ;
made on the form supplied by the;
Commissioners, which may be had!
on application to the Chief Engineer: nu wiu ,
at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer Wage" of" the presence
at   St.   Boniface,   Man.
Each   tender   must   be   signed
When a rupture is strangled���a fre-
^^^^^^^^^^^ and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, for the sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p. c.) of the amount of the tender. ITIENTS
Any   person   whose   tender   is   ac '
blocked,
and IT IS INSTANTANEOUS DEATH
WITHIN  24 HOURS.
It may thus be seen how urgent
it is to follow a serious treatment
when  suffering from  Rupture.
All the ruptured will take advan-
^^^^^^^^^^^^ in New Westminster of auch a well-known Specialist as Mr. A. Claverie when he
comes to our city.
His Method and unexcelled Apparatus have brought STRENGTH, RELIEF, SAFETY AND HEALTH TO
ONE MILLION SUFFERERS in the
world, and specially, in VANCOUVER,
last week, HUNDREDS OF PA-
HAVE RECOVERED BY
HIM,    SECURITY,   COMFORT    AND
HUMAN  ASHES
FOR  FLOWER  BEDS
'XeAtttioreVwe?, working afterI"** ����������� *����*>,ten ft" �����** ����|SSPwiia
dark when thev saw a hand car ap- Mpn ��� . ��re�� ' sign the contract, - Btr j advise ������ a ulptweA
preaching. Fire seemed to be shoot-! "Pec "cations, and other documents to go and see M,. A cl.lvorlp. that
ing from under the tracks, and tli��. !2�����__?i_?^^J,2_S^5^-*^_^_5?^/*5? 1 wiU mean Cor tSimn. 7BB BEXXENMTNO
workmen,   amazed,   laid   down   their
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
frday for Steveston and way points.
[A Delightful Trip for $1.50
; at  B,  C.  E.  R. ticket offlce and on board steamer.   Elects leave Steveston every hour  (on the half-hour)  for Vancou-
I.ondon, July 2^.���Some peculiar instructions as to the disposal of his
body are given in the codicil attached
to the will of the late Mr. Hermann
Vezin, the veteran actor, who left an
estate of the gross value of ��137.
He wished to be cremated at Gold-
er's Green in the least expensive manner and in the afternoon if. as he was
told, a lower charge was made than in
the morning. He also asked that there
should be no ceremony or religious
service, and that none of his relatives
or friends should wear mounrnln. or
send wreaths. He wished his ashes
to be spread as manure on the ground
by one of the gardeners at the cemetery at Golder's Green.
Mr. Vezln's cremation took place on
June 15, and his wishes were duly observed. The ashes, after being pulverized, were placed in a wooden receptacle and gently strewn over the flower beds of the cemetery.
picks and shovels to watch the approaching car. Those working it were
dressed in white, and as it neared
(the group of laborers they recognized
the occupants as members of the
group  of   workmen   who  were  killed;   ... ,    . ,
near the spot a month ago.    Accord-' 'R,ls ^ntared by the acceptance of
ing to the stories told by workmen, thS,Ktendf sI,a" be fo,'f��,tPKd-
the hand car mysteriously disappeared!   ,The (c,le,(ll,e .deposited   by   parties
whose tenders is accepted will be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
of refusal or failure on the part of the
party whose tender is accepted to execute and complete the contract with
the Commissioners, the said cheque
shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for such
refusal   or   failure,   and   all   contract
OF A NEW LIFE.
All  Advice Given  Free.
just as it reached a point about five
feet from them. They rushed widly
in all directions after they had recovered sufficiently from their fright to
move.
The laborers went on strike imme-
Abdominal Belts for women and
men.
Elastic Stockings.
Appliances for weakness and deformities of limbs and back.
The only ones of their kind in the
world.
General of Canada, as security for the
due and  faithful  performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
_i_ ,   _ ,    , ,      whose tenders are rejected will be re-
diately and even an inducement o   i��-ltlirned Wlfllln ten days after the sign.
creased wages would not tempt them L. of ^ ^ntrdCt
to again work near the same spot   A ,
search for the phantom-tike car failed
to reveal any trace of it.   Three of the
men killed were section bosses, who
believed that, after death, a person's
spirit roamed the earth.
Boy Scouts Coming.
London.    July    22.���Fourteen    Boy
Scouts sail on the Canada on July 28.
ved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order.
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 8, WW.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the- Commissioners will not be paid for it. **
the  Famous  Fraser   River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
M trip tickets to Steveston,  Saturday afternoons, fl.
There   Is  Only   One   Argument
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Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
icQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
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And That is the Argument of "Quality"
Tkat we kave superior shirts���superior in texture.
superior in make and superior in shades.
That is Our Claim
and we want to prove it
Price, $1.25 to $4.50
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone  714
GOOD
TIME
J. EUGENE BROWN & CO.
THE   CLOTHIER
618 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C'
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to take up a good subdivision proposition is
right now. By the time
you are in shape to put
it on the market, realty
will be active again.
We have 160 acres in
Coquitlam that we can
sell at $90 on good
terms. Subdivided into
5 acre blocks this will
readily sell for 5200 to
5250. Small blocks in
this vicinity have already been sold at as
high a figure as $300
per acre.
Think it over and talk to
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone 714
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COLUMBIA STREET.
Auditor Cotsworth now has a sten-'    The  old   street   lights   were   taken
Ograpber  assisting him  in   his  work  from   the   poles   on   Columbia   street
������ hall. j yesterday   and   placed   on   top   of  thei
j center  iron   poles.     The   old   wooden J
eyesores will be taken down as soon
as possible.
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Fur-1
niture. '**
Pot   plants   an 1   fresh   cut
at Tidy's store.    Phone 1S4.
flowers
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The steamer Westham came into
port yesterday with a cargo of general merchandise.
Archie  .McKenzie. of Rossland, for
merly a well  known  lacrosse  player
No trace has been found of Stephen   '��  in  Vancouver  on  a  business  visit
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Emptage, the man who was reported
missing a few days ago.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
K 208. **
The B. C. Electric Railway company
No Flies On
Your Cattle if you ese our
Imperial Cattle Wash. Apart
from saving the cattte from
flies you increase the supply of
milk in milch cows. Cows can't
forget flies and produce milk.
$1.00 gallon.    Try a Z5c bottle.
Some of the  stores  will  he  closed
Undertaking company to the Odd Pel-
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Sopplies
Spectacles, from 5Dc.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
this afternoon during the progress of  iows oemetery.
the Minto cup game at Queens park.
I    Trv a "Want" ad In The .News   It
Davies greenhouse is the place tOjwj]| brin" results. **
get  bouquets,   floral   designs  and   all |
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. ** |    H. Ryall, secretary of the Westmin-
: ster Lacrosse club, vesterdav received
A Vancouver policeman ffesterday t telegrams of congratulations on the
brought two prisoners over from the i success 0f the champions last Satur-
Terminal City to serve short terms iu : day and wlshes for the duplication of
the jail here. j t|,e    performance    today    from    the
For camp sites at White Rock, s*e! ��"1<*5t clubs ��f the K���te���>- an?
White   Shiles  &  Co **    boundary country, assembled at Nel-
j son.   where   a   tournament   Is   being
The B. C. Electric railway will have  held.     The  telegrams  are  signed   by
thirty cars on the, run between here F. Starkey, chairman, and P. Lupton,
and Vancouver today to accommodate secretary,
the lacrosse crowd.
Steamer   Transfer  will  make   Sun-
7.1.   day    afternoon    trips    to    Steveston
'during   the   fishing   season,   fare   $1.
Boat   leaves   Westminster  at  3  p. tn.,
returning   leases   Steveston   at   6:30
p. m. **
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ROASTED PEANUTS COST
$30,000,000 EVERY YEAR
The dredge Fruhling came in yesterday.     She   is   able" to   work   later  gig
this fall than usual on account of the
lateness of the salmon run.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the j
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ������ I
Sum   Changes    Hands   Annually
to Provide American Nation With
Seductive   Goobers.
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
nol your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent
A Gillette Safely Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your fact.
Jtsk or writ* for oar fre* booklet
explaining a hundred and one
things you ought to know about
shaving and the care of your face.
Gillette Safety Raxor Set constats
of triple silver plated lioMcr that wiU
last a lifetime, with u double-edged
blades (24 keen edges) iu velvet lined
leather case.    Price Ji.no.
Combination Sets���Brush, Soap, etc
$��-5�� to I50.UO
SoM By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
There is an  unconfirmed rumor ln!
the   city    that    Myers,   the    missing |     New   York,   July   22.���The   person
Great Northern agent, had been hearu . who buys a nickel's worth of peanuts
of from some place in Colorado, tu imlIK.h at the ball game, to feed to
Cedar lumber for sale cheap. We I ,he squirrels In the park, or to glad-
have on hand a small quantity of' den the hearts of the kiddies at home,
rough cedar, one inch, one and a half; scarcely realizes'that he has conirib-
inch, and two inches thick. .lust right. llted U) an lndustrv that last vear
for  drainage   work.    We  will   give  ai, ,       ��,������������������ ,     ', . .
great bargain on this lumber. Wai sh  farmed a ^.OOO.iiUO crop,  and   which
Sash and Door Factory. Phone 413. **   placed on the market in various forms
I reached tho enormous sum of (36,000,-
A Chinese laundryman by the name : ^^    gut ,- ja a fact<
of Wah Hing was fined  .5 and costs        '         .    ..' , ,
in  the police court yesterday for Ob-1     Thls litt,e seductive nut-a resolu-
structing a  street  by  leaving a  load  Mon to "eat just one" Is soon fo.got-
of wood on  it all night.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served there. **
ten���whose birthplace is America,
was, until comparatively recently, unappreciated either as to the "money
In them" or as a really nutritious pro-
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MERCHANTS' BANK Of CANADA
Head Office   -   Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
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
ESTABLISHED  1864.
ALWAYS:
A   nice  line of
TOILET   WATERS,   VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES,
Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, ETC.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
 ___ Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
I. A. MOIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
New Westminster Branch,      -      H. C Adams, Mgr.
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Some Special Snaps
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| * E lots on Second street.    Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
��� of this property.    $350 each.   Terms.
��, 10  lots  extending  from   First  to  Second   street.    Tills  property
��� Is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
��� Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO, Ltd.     f
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-THE BIG���
Today he will be in Xew Westminster
intently watching the trimming of the j
easterners at Queens park,
White Rock has the hest beach, train j
service and water supply of any sum-1
mer   resort  or  camp  spot   in   British 11
Columbia.    See  White,  Shiles  &  Co. |
for   prices   and   terms   for   lots   and
CONTINUES   RIGHT   ALONG
j yesterday put in a new copper trolley i acreage. **
wire on Columbia sireet. ,.,,_,.,       ,,i
I    The funeral of John Smith, the old
Call   on   W.   E.   Fales   for   prompt' man who was killed near Port Ham-
delivery on  parlor,  bedroom,  kitchen j moncl  on   Thursday,  will   take   place:
or any house furnishings. **   'this   morning  at   half  past   ten  from j |
the  mortuary  parlors  of  the  Murchie !
Despite the fact that we are crowded for room.   We will continue our Alteration Sale   mill th
July.     No  abatement   of  business  is  noticeable   under   present   circumstances   bul   ral
ing increase every day.    Low prices on all lines are forcing out many   odd   broken
tssort .eiitti
we are not forgetting to secure  from day   to day  new  goods  to add   to   the   I'arii
customers.    Today   we  feature some nice Neckwear and  Handkerchiefs.
���'��� betonj
FINEST OF SUMMER
Neckwear
There has arrived by parcel post the nicest range of dainty high
grade neckwear we have ever shown. We say this without heslta-
tation���quality stands our prominently, ��� Style, finish, appearance,
everything about any piece of the many styles shown denote that it
is of tlie highest class. The entire assortment was personally selected by Mr, Collister when in St. Gall, Switzerland. There are muslin
jabots and turnover collars with finest of embroidered designs, hue
collars and cuffs, muslin turnovers, stock collars and all-silk collars.
All shown in many qualities and designs. N'o Inferior grades ln
the showing.    Prices  range from, each    50c to $7.50
Fine Swiss
Handkerchiefs
Quality and finish perfect in every handkerchief. ,\ glance icveals
the high character of these handkerchiefs ��� the product of a Swiss
manufacturer. Personal selection on the spot secured better styles,
better values and a better assortment of patterns. Nice lace edges
and very fine embroidered designs on fine linen and Swiss muslin.
Prices range from, each    35c  to  $1.75
Odd Ends of
Ribbon, 21J
Regular 30 to 50c ;>.r;|
Special values arc- ohj
able in the Belt tl :, A
ends on sale this J
Saturday usually sees ti
demand for ribl di
need a nice bit for i j
ribbon, secure it !ro_j
odd lot. On Sale, iter ji J
Our Best Eosfclj
Prints, 12-2t
Until the end   I \_
will    sell    o>ir   we
"ilard     to     Beat"       |
prints in all i  low all
per yard.    T |
well and favi rably \m
that furt he coi ent iff
necessary. Sale Pri 6,1
per   jaid   	
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
duct. Today the peanut plays an import part In pleasure, from the swell
dinner party to the ever-present democracy of the circus, ball game, or picnic. After all, what is a ball game,
a picnic, or a circus, without the peanut accompaniment?
By far the largest part of the crop
ls consumed from the peanut stand,
the little whltle sign of the roaster
being tho signal for the average
youngster to suggest to dad or ma
that some of them would be very acceptable, and the paternal or maternal
parent's willingness���nine lime out of
ten���to Invtst. Yet there are millions
of bushels that go to the fattening of
hogs throughout the south, the feeding of poultry, while the vines, often
cured as hay, feed thousands of head
of cattle, and even old Mother Earth
is nourished hy tho roots of the plant,
which furnishes nitrogen to It from
the air.
The result of all this is that scientists claim that the peanut, which ln
the past was not very highly regarded. Is the only food staple that will | the
MAY HAVE ORANG-OUTANG
OR GORILLA FOR ANCESTOR
Instead   of   Searching   for   Single   An-
cestral Ape Type, It Is Necessary
to    Find    Tour.
London, July 22.���A man may have
a gorilla, a Chimpanzee, an orangoutang or a gibbon tor an ancestor,
according to Dr. F. Melchers, a German biologist. In an article on the
descent of man, published In the Zeitgeist, Dr, Melchers presents a new
theory, the essence of which is that
mankind is divided Into four great
race  groups,   each   of   which   is   de-
CHINA ADOPTS FB9|
SYSTEM Of ED
Death     by     Torture    AbolWf
Degrees   of   Death   PeMll'|
Reduced   to  Four.
Peking, July 22.���The M]
tine to be employe,l in CM'!
rived here from Prance, "'
Bel up Inside the new l'ri��*J
cording to recent regulaMl
tlon will no longer be public
Penalty   of  death. BS l��ld *���
the old code, bad six tW*��
by   torture,   Immediate i��-*\
and exhibition of lhe "w(l:
-���'""���""'"'" ���"����� ������' "'���"��� -, -'ups ��XzL:^��Vsim
of anthropoid apes.
Dr. Melchers ascribes the difficulty
hitherto  met   in  solving the  missing
head, decapitation after
immediate hanging, and l��
some months.
According to the new <
coA*'_
""* Problem and  filling the gap ln'H&g�� ^15^
ater descent   of  man  to the at-  Immediate     hanging.    ����*���
at once nourish man, beast, bird, and ��� tempt to trace the human races to one  hanuinir
Holds.     It   is   the   most  nutritious  of; parent stock.   This, he says, Is duo to      The  advantage   to the f01
the entire family, rich In tissue build-  tue old Testament story of a single' person  of a deferred execii'jjl
lng properties, containing glucose and i race surviving, and  impressing itself gists In the fact  that ever* ���"���
carbohydrates���and   ls   Ihe   cheapest, i on modern evolution theories. ,||Ht ()f namea ���f those under'
Ueyond  the  shadow of a doubt  lt Is.I     Instead of sarching for a single an-'���f ,1,,,,,!, is submitted totluf-
first from both a dietary and economic  cestral ape type It is necessary to find |ttnd  under the names of ""JJ
standpoint.
The fact of the matter Is  tin
four, of  which  the above named are to be executed  he dra�� ��"
pea-! representatives.    Basing his argument ' The others escape fur thnt!
nut in about every way is in a class  on a large number of physical pecu-, mu8t take their chances theB^
by  Itself  as   regards   price,   average  liarltles  both  of  men   and  apes,  Dr. nnd every successive year, *9
number In a pound, edible part, waste, i Melchers classifies  men  and apes in Lame formnlttv ta eone tbrOUgD
and fat,   They average about 860 to a.the followingvrolatlons: part of the sovereign-
pound at a cost of ten cents, the edl-l     From a gorilla type are descender
ble portion Is 73.6, waste 26.4, and tho  the race which he calls West Congo-1 ,-|
amount of fat. ls placed at eighty per Oulnea-Sudan-negro,   fhe   Hanlus  and Tasmanlans   dustrallaM, PaPr|
cent.     These  are  remarkablo   figures  the Zulus, the  last two being  mixed ' short-headed ' south   Qatt0_\
when one stops to consider tbem. and races, and also the fair-haired and red-lull the races known
brought out  more clearly when com- haired   northern   races,  Including  the
pared with the small Texas pecan, Its Finns.
nearest competitor, which sells fori From the chimpanzee descend bush-
over a third more, averages but 218 men, Lapps, Berbers, some Turanian
to a pound, has a waBto of 61.8 per races, Iberians and southern Kuro-
cont, edible part but 8818, and contains pesns.
Mon.111;
e8lani I
the *������
berlnns, descend from W" *-M
tiity-eight per cent of fat
Dr.  Mechers conl
those groups has illff''rrmLS|#i
cai peculiarities which r" ,|ar|iW
actly to the physical ilt,cu;,'
The orang-outang is the ancestor of the ape with which be cW"��
i����ri
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