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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
DUMBER  152.
WESriVIINSTER WOMAN
ENDS tifEWITHBULLET
Ulrs. Arthur Brown, Former
Telephone Girl, Commits
Suicide in Vancouver.
j,,nt  -it   the  alleged   neglect
i;<J��    I.;,;,.'  Sur   P.   Brown,  a
0(11      ���i estate man of this city,
r;;��.'. """-">���Aiice m- Day-
Tit*Fifth street, New Westminster,
01 : ' j ������:) '   ended   her   days
M-',;ij(. manner in thf Strathcona
I"".  :..    uatna a bottle and
I
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,"  THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
CENTS.
���, a tragic
L0tet Vancouver,
,if ol chloroform and a revolvei
1 ";������,,���, to the rashend
News of the
fatality  did  not   reach
I,M,dtyuntil late last night, although
Zaffair happened shortly after two
secured   by   The
Ue affair
���o'clock.
From Information ^^^^^^^
Km yesterday evening, it appears
that Mrs Brown had for the past few
tos been living In the Strathcona
hotel Vancouver. She appeared to be
very'despondent over the actions of
ber husband, who, she said, was ne-
Iglecting her.
I
���m ,���-,. On several occasions
m,.,l to I el Into communication
Iwlth him at a Granville street room-
Ine house, wberejK was staying, but
she failed every time. Mrs. Brown
believed to have made a last at-
.tempt yesterday morning, when she
it with nn more success than ln the
It was then that she decided to end
ir unhappy days rather than con-
aoue in distressing alliance with
Brown.
Her determination to commit sul-
���Ide was confided to no one, and the
it Intimation   that   anything   was
rong was when a chambermaid
leard a revovler discharged in Mrs.
���,v..'D's apartment. Summoning the
iroprletor of the hotel, the chamber.
iid entered the room and found the
happy victim of her own act lying
jn the hed, fully dressed, with her
life blood oozing from her breast.
Jongside her was a .36-callber Iver-
lobnson revolver, one cartridge of
thlch had been exploded, and a box
hells. The revolver was quite
lew. having apparently been pur-
toed with  a   specific   purpose  only
few hours prevlsouly.
On a bureau in the room was found
empty chloroform  bottle  and  an-
Her bottle half tilled with chloroform. It Is presumed Mrs. Brown
bank tbe contents with the Intention
poisoning herself before she turned
e revolver against herself.
To the chambermaid's excited ex-
tlamatlnn. "Why did you shoot your-
!" Mrs Hrown only replied ln a
lie voir,., "it was all for Arthur."
leaning her husband.
Medical assistance was at once sum-
loned, Drs. Greer and l'oole hurrying
the Bcene A hasty examination
Nearly showed them that death was
nit a matter of a few  minutes, the
illet having  grazed   the  young  wn-
an's heart.
Within half an hour she was dead.
The body was taken to Harron Bros,
indertaking parlors, where it awaits
ilsposal. An Inquest will probably be
ield today.
3rnwn and his wife, who were only
larried on April 2 of this year, fot
���ng a brief i.e. uiintance and court.
Nip. were known by their Intimates
o be leading anything but a happy
"[*��� A few days after their marriage
rs Brown left her husband, the
We then making their home at
'��Russell hotel, and returned to her
[other's hr""" Hrown followed her
���� Promised he would treat her bet-
win future, whereupon she returned
the hotel with blm. There seemed
���� hut inti,. difference ln their
Rations after this first break,
'���n�� habits  heing  displeasing   to
io5m? "If,!'  wh0  di(i   everything
/""Iti fn Induce him  tn conform
j^w ldeas ot "vlng. but to no pur-
*roJn.r,"h w""k* a"�� Mr nnd Mrs.
Irvt  ,     ,hl8 Cl'-' ���',n(1 went up coun-
Ved t ������'"' ""no ,lme- Then ,hey
Lni   !   ' ' r     M",h were fre-
Vw��� :"   '"   Westminster.   Mrs.
KCMJ�����ll!  coming here with
but
BRITISH HOUSt AMENDS
KINO'S ACCESSION BILL
Nonconformists Gain Point and Clause
Is   Changed  at   Second   Reading
of   Bill.
London. July 27.���The King's Acee-
sioti Declaration bill ln amended form
passed Its second reading In the house
today  by tl  vote ot  410 to 84,    The bill
as it now stands provides that tho
pronouncement agalnsl Catholicism
shall be eliminated and the clause.
"and declare thai I am a faithful
Protestant," submitted. The nonconformists opposed the original, substituting the above for a clause
which read, "and declare thai I am a
faithful member ol the Protestant
church as by law established In England," and the premier finally accepted tlieir amendment
It    is    believed   that    all   difficulties
have now heen removed and thai the
bill will survive the committee stage
and be accepted hy the house of lords
without  further  trouble.
TWENTY ONE TURKISH  WOMEN
CRUSHED   BENEATH   PAVILION
Salonica, July 21.���A ladies' bathing
establishment at the Turkish seaport
of Kavala collapsed yesterday, burying
a large number of bathers. Twenty-
one bodies have been recovered. Many
women  were Injured.
LAURIER SPEAKS
AT PRINCE ALBERT
Indians and Conservatives
Join In Greeting Touring
Statesman.
Prince Albert, July 27.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurior today addressed an enthusiastic gathering of 5,ono people. Many
prominent conservatives were on the
platform and scores of Indians were
in the audience, and all cheered the
premier heartily. Sir Wilfrid recalled
his former visit to Prince Albert, sixteen years ago. and liis election for
the federal house in that constituency ln 1896, when be won the seat
from James MacKay, who occupied a
seat to the right of the chairman today.
The premier paid a patriotic tribute
to Imperial Unity and declared, c 11-
cernlug the advent of South Afilea
into the commonwealth, that "no nation could have done this but old Eng-
land." He appealed to newcomers
to contribute by honest effort to tlm
progress and development of the Canadian homeland.
Discussing the naval policy the premier said he did not favor a direct
contribution because ln some respects
ls "smacks of tribute" but In case
of necessity the motherland would
find Canada the leader amongst het
daughters in coming wholt-souledly to
her aid.
PROMINENT ENGLISHMEN
COMING   TO   DOMINION
London, July 27.���Viscount Dill
sails for Canada on Saturday and In
conjunction with Lord Strathcona intends to got Canadians Interested ln
the proposed Imperial exhibition in
1915.
Alfred W. Smlthers. chairman of
the board of directors of the Grand
Trunk railway sails for Canada via
New York on the Cunard liner Mauritania on Saturday.
mends nf \       " n    nuen   a'one.
{nallv , ' ;" l!r"wn expected even-
er'h,../.-'' ": "vln�� llPa" from
-u shp I   ;," '   n"   onp   suspected
Cenv''''lS''1' wh" "M only about
ta this ri".v\"f 'lRe' was wel1 known
friends ai *here slle ������*-*��� a host of
the emniov ' ,Waa for 8,)me tln,e ln
>nv 1,1th9 "' c- Telephone
,he madi .1? R "n T,l^ht dl"y when
k��a .",||"alnta��(" Brown,
^ Conl\      reaI esta,f> Arm of
^ of Z      Co     Llule l* known
nr wown's antecedents.
�� SS^ 'r"ly -7-T,lp Porte
'"Wag ,L. ?, 0|'1he'-  telegram  an-
nf*8* *Wi T"nlrt atl(1 TrIPO��
The Porte r,;1 an'>  TO'**!  troop..
k'i ">�� ���ever5r?at,on la tn tha **-
P*o,ln(!^e,al ""ndred were killed
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BIG SUM DISAPPEARS
FROM VESSEL'S SAFE
Authorities  Investigate  Alleged Theft
at  Puget Sound  Navy
Yard.
MINTO COP GAME
SHOWN ON SCREEN
BRITISH CAPITAl
ON THE WAY HERE
CITY BAND WILL GIVE       [CITIZEN'S CXC f SION
first concert of seasonI   LARGELY! IRONIZED
Pictures of First Montreal-
Westminster Match at The
Edison Theatre.
The moving pictures of the flrsl of
ti" two Minto cup games between the
Salmon Bellies and Montreals were
pul on al the Edison theatre last
evening, and packed the house from
the doors to the gallery whence th ���
pictures are projeoted. There wen'
othot liims on the bill, good films, too;
bu4 it was ti, 11, turea ot the Minto
cup games that tbe people bad come
to see; thi re waa a feeling of expectation in the air until the announcement thai the next Him would
be the one showing the game blOB-
omed out on ihe sheet, and when the
preliminaries were over and the pic-
tun- of the bin Viceregal mug as it
looked in (lifford's window last week
appeared on tho screen the audience
drew a deep breath and settled down
to watch every move of the pictures
to come,
Before they were shown the pictures
of the .time Itself, the audience had
to take a look at. the crowd. Such
ti crowd! It's safe to say that lf those
pictures are shown in tbe east, the
old Ontario fanners will have to believe that the west ls something else
than an unpopulated wilderness. The
camera shows the platoons of automobiles, drawn up at the north end of
the oval; It shows the new bleachers,
In wliich humanity Is Jammed like
finnan baddle in a cask; it shows the
old bleachers; and It Is when these
are on the screen that the darkness
begins to be punctured with little
exclamations: "Why.there'a Bill";
"Pipe Joe and his best girl"; "Oh,
you Alice," and so forth, as familiar
faces come within the range of tlie
pictures. "\
lt is when the grandstand is reached, however, that the audience is
treated to an inspiring display of all
the youth, beauty, wealth and wisdom
of the Royal city. Many of New
Westminster's most prominent citizens were observed among the crowd
and few of them looked happy. Harvey
Btrelght looked distinctly grieved
Gowan MacCowan looked ns though
be contemplated proceedings for libel
while the sun shining on A. E, Rand's
glasses gave him a transcendental appearance. The ladles stood lt better
than tiie men. looking somewhat uncertain but none the less charming
The pictures of the play Itself were
for the most part good, though in
clined to be hazy in one of two sec
tlons of the film. A splendid view is
obtained of the capers of His Honor
Premier McBride after be had faced
off the ball, while the view of the
Salmon Bellies' charge down the field
a minute later, and of Len Turnbull's
flying shot Into goal, brought the audience to Its feet as If lt had been
watching the real thing. It was nn
Inspiring thing to see the bleachers
surge up after that historical shot.
Rome of the play was so fast that
the camera absolutely failed to cover
it and there are one or two sections
In the film where fhe audience sees
nothing but a blank field; for the
most part, however, a fair view of the
play ls obtained. That the pictures
proved satisfactory to the lacrosse
fans of the city Is shown by the way
they are turning out to view them.
E. J. Fader Leaves For The
Old Country To Deal With
English Investors.
Queens   Park   Selected   for   First   Appearance This Year of  Rushton's
Musicians.
Still Searching.
Fatherpoint, July 27.���Chief Constable Meauveati has received instructions from Chief Sherwood, of the
IKimlnion police, to board the steamer
Montrose on her arrival here and
place Dr. Crippen and Miss Leneve
under arrest should they be on that
vessel. The Montrose ls expected to
arrive  here  Friday.
Seattle, July 27. ��� City detectives
have been called upon by the officers
at the Puget. Sound navy yard to aid
them In investigating the loss of
.2,200 from the paymaster's safe on
the receiving ship Philadelphia.
The loss was discovered Saturday
night and since then the naval authorities have been conducting a quiet
Investigation. As yet no arrests have
been made, although all the enlisted
men aboard the ship have been denied shore leaw pending the completion of the investigation.
It was Incorrectly reported at first
that Eugene H. Trlcou was under arrest in connection with the loss of
the money. Trlcou, who Is paymaster
on tbe cruiser Philadelphia, and who
haa not been aboard the Philedelphia
ln two months, has been made a member of the board of enquiry jonduofr
Ins the Investigation into the alleged
theXt.
MOVE HOUSE TO MAKE
ROOM FOR NEW HOSPITAL
Building   on   Property   Purchased   by
Hospital  Board Is Shifted to Other
Quarters���Chimneys Cut  Down.
The first active move towards the
construction of the new Royal Columbian hospital in Sapperton was made
yesterday, when workmen started to
move the house on the lot east of
the old hospital.
The hospital board purchased this
property some time ago with a view
to making extensions to the prpsent
building, but since it has been decided to construct a new hospital altogether it waa found that the property was more suitable for the new
edifice than ls the present location.
The east end of the hospital will
be built first and in that manner the
board will obviate the necessity of
moving the present building or disturbing the patients until they can
be transferred to the completed portion of the new structure.
The house being moved is a large
one and has to be taken a consider;
ahle distance as the purchaser does
not possess any property close to the
old site. The chimneys had to be
removed to allow the house to pass
under the telephone wires.
interviewed by a Xews representative yesterday evening, prior to his
departure for England, ex-Alderman
Fader said he was journeying to London mainl) for business purposes and
did not expect to return until October,
Asked tis to the precise objects of
his tiip. Mr, Fader said be had ;ic-
i .pted tm offer of 1500,000 for several
of his intciests in British Columbia.
Including the Pitt Lake Brick and Cement company. This concern will be
taken over, be said, by a company
witli a capital of . l.rion.uoo and the
works will no doubt be considerably
Improved and extended. "My object
in going to London Is,' said Mr. Ftuler,
"to complete the arrangements in connection wiUi thife transaction."
"Are you dealing with any of your
other  interests?"   lie  was  asked.
"Oh, yes. I shall take with me my
extensive timber holdings. These
amount tii over two billion feet and
comprise the finest selection of timher
ln   thlB  province."
"That seems rather a large figure."
"Yes, perhaps It does," replied Mr.
Fader; "but I have been in British Columbia since 1888 and have always
been interested in timber from that
time until now. 1 have kept my eyes
open, and possession a good practical
knowledge of timber values. I have
been able to make some very valu/ole
selections."
"But you have not, of course, limited vour activities to timber holdings?"
| "Oh, no. 1 have taken an active
T>art in many of the chief commercial
and financial transactions in the city
of New Westminster and its vicinity.
There are, for instance, two concerns here which I have promoted,
in neither of which could the stock
be bought at 400 per cent above par."
"I)o you anticipate any difficulty in
raising the capital you require for the
uevelopmeiit of the Intciests you
have mentioned?"
"Not at all. I believe that my
lengthy experience in commercial and
financial affairs on this coast and the
high character of the concerns in
which I am interested, will enable me
to secure the necessary capital with
comparative ease."
"Will the new companies have their
headquarters here?"
"Yes, certainly. My faith ln the
Royal city nnd Its future is of the
firmest and the head offices will be
here. I do not care to say at present
exactly what the new companies may
do in tlie way of development, but I
feel sure that one concern at least
will soon be employing between 300
and 400 men."
"Have you any new projects In view
upon your return to New Westminster
In October?"
"Well, yes, but I think it Is better
not to say too much about these just
now. I may say, however, that when
I get back I intend to complete the
large dock which has been commenced near the bridge, so that it
will be one of the finest docks on the
Fraser. The Great Northern railway
is now putting in the switch on the
upper way of the dock. Altogether, I
expect to have quite a busy time on
my  return.'
Mr. and Mrs. Fader leave today for
the east en route for London. During
their stay In that city they will he
guests at the First Avenue hotel, High
Holborn.
The first civic band concert of the
season Will be hold at Queens park
this evening. A splendid program litis
been prepared, and it is hoped that
the citizens of New Westminster will
show their appreciation of this effort
to provide entertainment In the evenings  by  turning out   in  force.
Tbe program for this evening's concert   Is  as  follows:
March,   "Uoston  Tra  Pai ty" . . A   Pt \ or
Overture, "Stradella  Plotow
Intermezzo,  "Amo" II.   Ingiahatii
Overture, "Popular Bongs"...,Remlck
Selection, "Donnybrook" C.  Yolti
Solo, "Good Night. Beloved"	
Mr. Parkinson.
Selection,   "Stubborn   Cinderella"..
     I low anl
March,  "National   Kmhlem". . .   Ba. ley
"God Save the King."
The eoncernt will commence at
eight   sharp.
It Is probable that. If the attendance shows that the concert Is desired
by the citizens. It will be made a
weekly affair. Should this be done
the present Intention Is to hold it
one week at Moody square, one week
at Queens park and the third at Sapperton  or Tipperary.
Big Crowd Makes Enjoyable
Trip To Victoria On S.S.
Princess May.
CANNERS CATCH
MANY SOCKEYES
Steps Are Being Taken To
Prevent Fish From Being
Sold to American Vessels.
THOUSAND DOLLARS
FOR FISHERY LEASES
Illegal exportations of raw sockeyes
will be closely watched by the lunula-
Ion fishery officers this year. Tiie
practice attained some proportions In
former years but this season Fishery
Inspector Sword has already taken
steps to prevent It.
He has given Instructions to tbe two
patrol boats. Georgia and Restless, to
putrid the vicinity of Point Roberts
day and night to prevent this kind of
traffic.
The    salmon    reports    indicate    tin
early  start of the sockeye run.    The
St.   Mungo   cannery   got   about   two
thousand fish in the Fraser yesterday,
the  most  that  has  been  caught   this
year,   and   everything   points   to   the
start  of the big run  very soon.
The salmon report:
Bellingham���Got    13.500    fish    altogether yesterday, of which 8,600 came
from   the   salmon   banks.   1,300   from
seiners and the balance from Lumml
and the Oulf. *u ,
Fldalgo, Aanacortes���Got 10.000 flsh
from traps and 1.400 from seiners.
Reports from the Naas river state
that tiie run there had been very satis
factory to July 20, and prospects were
encouraging for a  full  pack.
Vancouver  Cannery���Boats averaged
33 yesterday.
Brunswick���Got about 500 flsh yesterday.
St. Mungo���Got about 2.000 fish yesterday
British Columbia���Forty boats averaged  23.    High boat, 111.
Phoenii���Got 5.000 fish yesterday.
Gulf of Georgia���Got 1.900 fish >es-
terday.    Fifty-four boats averaged 34.
Imperial���Got about  4,000  fish  yesterday.
Kwens���^slxty boats averaged 30.
Scottish-Canadian���Got     2,500     fish
yesterday. High boat this morning, 75.
EMPIRE'S POET INVENTS
BIRD MAN LIFE PRESERVER
Regulations    Have     Been     Amended
Making  Provision  for   Higher
Penalty   for   Offenders.
Rudyard    Kipling    Thinks    Pneumatic
Helmets  Would   Save  Lives  of
Air Navigators.
Victoria, July 27.���People who are |
ln the habit of breaking the fisheries
regulations of the Dominion government must beware, for in the future
they will be liable to higher fines
than the law allows at present. The
limit of penalty has been raised from
$100 to $1,000 for all lapses from the
regulations, whether by sportsmen or
others. This amendment was assented to May 4, 1010, and is now in force.
It repeals section 94, chapter 45, and
makes the $100 fine read $1,000. There
is also special provision made for violation under the lnternation agreement with the United States, allow-
ing six months' Imprisonment ln that
case.
Fishery Offlcer Galbralth has Just
received a copy of the new regulations
and Is prepared to enforce them.
Tunnel Opens at Windsor.
Windsor, Ont., July 27.���The formal
opening of the $12,000,000 Detroit river tunnel took place yesterday by tho
arrival of a passenger train lrom Detroit
London, July 27.���Pneumatic armor
for aviators, "that will prevent toe
spinal column from being snapped,"
is the novel suggestion just made by
Rudyard Kipling. Kipling admits that
the suggestion will not be realized,
hut stoutly defends it.
He says aviators should at least
wear inflated rubber helmets and a
protection to the back and shoulders
not heavier than tho plainer ones now
worn by fencers. "Such n device
would protect the spinal column and
head of the aviator." Kipling says,
"and turn an irretrievable smash Into
a mere horrid Jarring." He Illustrates
his article with sketches by himself.
Loaded with a happy crowd of seven hundred excursionists hound for
Victoria, the steamer Princess May
lefl the C. P. X. wharf yesterday
morning shortly after seven o'clock,
the advertised time, and after a pleasant passage reached the Capital city
at 12:20 p. in.
Once disembarked, the trippers disponed themselves tis thej deemed
best, ti majority taking pan in tallyho
or automobile rides around the city,
while others Improved their knowledge
of legislative mailers by \lsliin. the
parliament buildings, where Premier
Richard McBride received a numbei or
friends In an informal way. Guides
were provided to show the visitors
over ,the buildings.
A goodly number of the trippers
spent the few hours on the island visiting friends In Victoria, while others
again confined thelr attention to the
business district of the city.
Tlie Princess May was advertised to
start on tlie return Journey at four
o'clock. Nearly ten minutes' grace
was allowed for laggards, after which
the boat steamed very slowly out of
the harbor, her progress being Impeded by the presence of a couple of
other boats and a scow In the bottleneck entrance.
The return journey was made by
daylight, until the steamer was well
up the river, the splendid scenery
through The Pass being enjoyed to
the full by all lovers of nature.
A number of fishermen who neglected to pull In their nets out of
the path of the steamer saw their
sockeye catchers badly cut. Fortunately for the ladies on board tlie
Pi incess May. the fishermen were too
far away to enable their remarks to
be heard. Anyway, most of the men
were foreigners.
Captain Macleod. who was in charge
of the steamer. Purser Ironsides and
Chief Steward Roland throughout the
| day did everything In their power to
add to the comfort of the passengers
and greatly facilitated the work of the
committee In charge of the excursion.
I'tiable to take part In the excursion. Chairman George Adams delegated the duties of chairman to D. io.
MacKenzie, who was already saddled
with the cares of the secretaryship.
Mt. MacKenzie bore the double burden nobly, and his threat to le^icti
from the position of secretary next
year wlll not be considered after his
fine showing yesterday.
S. J. Davison, who hns charge of
the money bags, was not in a position
to state yesterday evening the
amount of money taken in. but the
Optimists on tlie committee figure that
the deficit of $isu which was contracted last year, when the picnic was
hpld at Blackie Spit, will not only
be wiped out. but that there will remain a surplus after all debts are
paid.
A photograph of the members of
tlie committee was taken on the return trip by W. T. Cooksley. Those
who grouped and posed for the benefit of posterity were D. R. MacKenzie,
W. Davison. George Blakely, E. W.
Cook. J. II. Benson, Captain H. Woo-
ster, W. A. Gilley, Robert Wintemute.
J. W. Irwin and F. P. Maxwell. Three
members of the committee. George
Adams, J. H. Vidal and J. H. Watson
were  not  present   on   the  boat.
Music wns provided during the trip
by the Smlth-lnsley orchestra, which
discoursed in the main saloon. On
the upper deck A. Wright and W. Robertson, bagpipe artists, entertained a
crowd  with their Scotch  airs.
The boat berthed at the C. P. N.
wharf about ten o'clock, considerable
time being taken in disembarking,
as only one gangplank was used. In
Victoria three gangplanks were utilized, the crowd filing out of the boat
with hardly any delay.
  j
Cuban Insurgent Captured.
Havanu, July al,���General Minlet,
who two days ago started an uprising
near Elcaney, was surprised In camp
tod/��y and captured by a detachment
of the rural guards under Lieutenant
Garrfllo. One of Mlnlet's Insurgents
was killed, Minlet and two others
were taken prisoners and the others
fled.
Sane Man Acts Mad.
Berlin, July 27.���A curious scene
took place In a police court where a
young man. who had W'en sentened
for theft several timeB, again came
up for sentence. lie had showed
signs of madness, and a medical examination was ordered and he was
put in an asylum. He had no desire
to remain in thp asylum, however, and
inform�� t the director that ills madness was feigned, and psked to be
taken before his judges. The experts
who persisted In declaring that he
was mad, invited him to give an exhibition of feigned madness. The accused bounded from the seat, foaming
at the mouth, and l oiled in front of
the Judge. The spectators in court
Shouted "Enough," an.l the realistic
scene came to an end by the prisoner
delivering a speech and returning to
his seat with a smile on his lips. He
was sentence! to six weeks' Imprisonment.
* ���
* Date of Coronation. ���
��� London,  July   27.���It   is  re- ���
��� ported  that the coronation of ���
��� King  George   will   take   place ���
* on' June 21 or 22, 1911. ���
1 PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY 28, 15
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Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE CANADA'S ASSETS
AMAZINGLY RICH
WANTED.
WANTED���GOOD     DINING     ROOM
so woman tor upstairs work.
Api i.   King's hotel.
WANTED���TWO     BOYS,    FIFTEEN
years   or   older,   to   learn    u ade.
Sash and Door Factory.
WANTED- MALE TEACHERS FOR
I . tl and Common schools, this city,
Appli .itions received till noon oi
August   I.   R. Lennle, Secretary.
WANTED���10 ions prunes, 10 tons
i1 irs, 50 ious apples, tor canning.
.1. lit odor, Box 697, New Westminster.
tMivKSSR'L s'lTUKNT in Accountancy wishes situation for practical experience.    No salary two or
lour weeks preceding steady situation.    Address A, ibis offll e.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Besl  wages paid to right patty.   Apply   L'Ul   Columbia  street.
WANTED���BOYS TO WORN AT
the Beaver cigar factory.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply 125 Third avenue,
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
20 acres on Scott road, close in, at
$110 per acre.
Two large lots close to store and tram I
$3 lach; one-fourth cash; balance
J10 per month.
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good i
land;  all cleared, wltb good house |
and barns; 250 bearing fruit trees;
on good road.    Price $3,500.    Good
terms. ITl'-A
	
��� Fort George Lands���20,000 acres-
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.
Waterpower and Timber Are
The Resources of Fabulous
Riches. Scarcely Exploited
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; aboul 180
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after  6  o'clock.
POR SALE���A NEARLY NEW FIVE
room furnished cottage; half minute to car. Price $1,800; cash $600.
Addi ess Owner, Daily News otlice.
POR   SALE���REFRIGERATOR,     AP-
ply  11. Oliver, 233  Eleventh stieet,
city.
DOUBLE  CORNER���On Sixth  avenue
and   Eleventh  street;   132x132  feet,
with   small   cottage.    Price  $3,500;
$500   cash;    balance   on   very   easy
i     terms. ITil-C
N. W. i., section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feet of
timber. No limber lease. $:(5 per
acre.    $2,000 cash.
^WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 A. nes street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY   FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner  Columbia  and   Begbie   Streets.
Phone 680.
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
lie sold by flrst of August, lu acres,
till in Oats, Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. Nice Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery i*a with this place; and tbe
Furniture of the house. Right In
town, where you bave 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 tbis.
KEiXlNGTOrTBROSr"
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
TO  RENT���FURNISHED  ROOM.
Agnes street.
204
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-1 Over Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
ply 818, Milton street. and Begbie Sts.
-   New Westminster, B. C.       Phone 335
^^^!TO  RENT.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished. Near Daily News.
Apply 609 Victoria street.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
LOST.
LOST���LADY'S BLUE COAT. FIND-
e~- please return to Daily News offlce.
LOST���CHILD'S    SILK    COAT    BE-
tween  K. of P. Hall and Third avenue   and    Ninth    street.     Finder
please return to L'35 Ninth street.
���
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
ments in green case. Finder please
communicate with Hope &. Barker,
Trapp block.
LOST ���IN OR NEAR MARKET, A
pocket book containing bank book
and -sum of money. Reward if returned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third stieet. Suitable reward for returning same to Dally
News office.
PHONE QUICK IF YOU WANT THIS
���2(10 acres ln famous Whonnock
district.���4i> acres waterfront, and
155 acres dyked land all cleared and
ready for the plow; balance bush.
Only $125 por acre, at regular snap
terms of one-quarter cash and balance over 5 years at 6 per cent.
NICE OUT OF TOWN HOMESTEAD
���Only throe miles from town, close
to B. C. Electric railway; nine acres,
comfortable little house, and small
orchard. Prettily located; just right
distance from road. Only ten minutes from city by car line. Price
$4,000; one-quarter down and easy
terms.
GOOD     THING     IN     BURNABY���27
acres, corner North Arm and Boundary road (dividing lino between
Burnaby and South Vancouver);
southern slope; easy clearing;
splendid fruit land. Price below
market at $525 per acre; $5,000 cash
and balance over three years at 7
per cent.
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
FOUND.
POUND���IN C.P.R. WAITING ROOM,
lady's coat. Owner may bave same
by applying to ticket agent and
proving property.
STRAYED���FROM THE PREMISES
of E, II. Sands, on Eleventh street.
bay mare wltb ono white foot. Had
baiter and rope around neck. Was
seen yesterday afternoon on the
North Arm road. Finder will please
Inform E. II. Sands, at White &
S! lies' ofiice, Columbia street.
TENDERS WANTED.
City   of   New   Westminster   Notice   to
Paving  Contractors:
Tenders   for   Paving   Columbia   Street
Extension.
Tbe Corporation invites tenders
from rtreet paving companies for
grading, Sti eel paving laying of con-
cre'O sidewalks, and const ruction of
storm water sewers for Columbia
strce'. from Fourth street to Leopold place. Paving companies
will be required to state term
of years they will guarantee their pav-
trn and tbe percentage of money the
Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee; also the steepest
grata tbey calculate their pavement
is  sfe  for  horse traffic.
Pl'ins, profiles, specifications, and
further Information can be obtained
from .1. W. R. Blackman, City Engine'-, city Hall
Tenders will be received up to 5
p. in. on August 8, 1910, by the undersigned.
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
C. T'a'll, .New. .Westminster, July
25, 1010. H
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement General Bylaw, 1909,"
notice Is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for Local Improvements on
the following streets, viz., Tenth
street on both sides from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue, except on the
east side of said street hetween Sixth
and Eighth avenues; also on both
sides of London, Edinburg. Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
avenues between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, ls open for inspection at. the
ofllce of the Assessment Commissioner in the city ball, New Westminster,
British Columbia, and In cas" the owner or any person Interested In tiny of
the properties included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,
bo shall, within tbe period of eleven
ill) days from the flrst.publication
of this nol ice, give notice to the undersigned in writing of bis intention
to appeal.
Dated the 27th day of June, A.D.,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of flrst publication tbe 27th day
of June, 1910.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
apply to tbe 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 N. C,
N'. K. corner, planted at the N. E.
corner of Section 19, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence south 80
chains; thence west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement and containing <H0 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June,  A.D.. 1910.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
The shipping trade of the Dominion
is gradually i xpanding, especially tbe
cargo and  passenger  traffic   on   the
lakes and rivers of the country. At
present there are 7,700 vessels registered as Canadian, with a gross tonnage of 703,000, ancl valued at $21,100,-
i    in 1900, 304 vessels were built in
Canada, and the total tonnage carried
was 90.000,000 tons, of which 19,000,-
000 tons were sea-going and 71,nun.noil
(���ousting and inland. The shipping)
business of the great lakes will Instill mine largely Increased by ihe improved waterways and the need of
meeting the growing trade of the
western states, much of which finds
an outlet \ia Canadian ports, but still
more by the necessity for handling the
hugely increasing traffic wbicli the
three greal railways of the Dominion
are bringing to Port Arthur tind Fort
William.
New   C.   N.   R.   Fleets.
Ii was recently stated that Immediately the Canadian Northern railroad transcontinental was finished,
wliich is estimated to take place In
about four years time, tbe plans of
the company would call for fleets on
the Atlantic, the Pacific and the Great
Lakes. One at least of these fleets
has already been initiated by the establishment of the Royal line steamships, which ply between Bristol and
Montreal. The line ar present consists of the Royal Edward and the
Royal George. Each of these vessels
is of about 12,000 tons, and is capahl ���
of an average speed of over twenty
knots per hour, being tlie fastest vessels in the Canadian trade. The line
has already established a new record
of speed from Montreal to Great Britain, and as the vessels themselves set
ii]i a new standard of luxury and convenience, and can not only handle
existing trade to the best advantage,
but are so fitted up as to give every
convenience for new classes of fright,
they form a fitting link in the evergrowing Canadian Northern railroad
chain.
Waterpower.
A survey by the Dominion government shows that in Canada there is
at least 25,500,000 available horsepower in easily accessible localities,
and of this barely 500.000 horsepower
is as yet developed. Plans are under
way for developing another 1,000,000,
but even then it is but a mere bagatelle In view of the immense reserves
of power awaiting the advent of manufacturing concerns or railways. The
power is distributed among the provinces as follows: Quehec, 17,100.000;
Ontario. 3,150.000; British Columbia.
2,000,000; Alberta, 1,000,000; Manitoba 500,000; Saskatchewan, 500,000;
remaining northwest territories 850.-
000; New Brunswick, 250,000, and
Nova Scotia 150,000,
Untouched   Resources.
In spite of the enormous development in the various provinces composing the Dominion, there are still
vast territories in the distant north
and west which have barely been looked at, and millions of acres of land, I
where it is known that grain and veg- j
etables can be profitably grown, have
not even been surveyed. According
to the reports of government explor-
ers and surveyors, there are in tlie
great almost unknown lands of the far |
northwest many hundred of square
miles of rich coal lands. There are
salt springs innumerable and salt in
rock form In abundance, while as-
phaltum is said to outcrop in an area
twice as large as Manitoba. In this
great new northwest are known now
to be some of the richest oil springs
of tbe world, and the country is abundantly supplied with water. A recent
survey showed that by about thirty or
forty miles of canals navigable rivers
could be so united that at least 3,500
miles of navigable streams would be
available in this new land, whilst, owing to its formation, railway construction would bo cheap. Missionaries
who have lived among the Indians in
these lands for years have had wheat
crops of over fifty bushels to the acre
of the very best hard wheat, and have
grown the finest potatoes and other
garden vegetables. This is not, as
many suppose, a treeless land. Spruce
grows in abundance on the Mackenzie
river right up almost to the Arctic
circle.
The    Future.
There can be no doubt this Dominion Is tho veritable Lund of Promise,
and its value to Britain is not yet realized. When, with Increasing shipping and railway facilities, It begins
to throw its produce into the markets
of the Old Land in even great quantities and in better condition than at
presont, then some conception of Canada's greatness will be obtained. Tlie
day is fast, approaching when the supply of food from the United States to
Groat Britain will be very small, because of the need of the states for
supplying her own home population.
To Canada, then, tlie people of Great.
Britain must turn for food tind it is
surely good policy for Canada and
Britain to unite in developing the Dominion, so that it may be ready for
furnishing that supply as rapidly as
the demand arises.
re miles of woodland with their
nests, and that each nest contained
or two young wliich needed an
abundan :e of food. Baron Hontan's
unt of the devastation of the
crops is believable, The dailj se:.tvh
for food gave the nottors an opportunity which they used with profit.
Each of the five bundled netters
near Petoskey. who set his decoy
pigeons, baited bis beds and hauled
his tie's over the hungry birds, considered five or six hundred birds a
good "su ike," and this mi. lit be repeated three or more times in a day
for weeks. When the young pig.mis
began to fly, tbey were trapped in
large latticework structures, In which
several dozen old pigeons were eon-
fined as decoys, Nets were drawn
over the exits and Brewster states
thai "over four hundred dozen young
pigeons were known to have been
taken at once by this method." It was
estimated thai each netter averaged
twenty thousand pigeons apiece In a
season, during Which daily shipments
of one or two carloads were sent from
one Station to cities farther south.
0 <;. F, AMITY LODGE NO. 21���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in oad Fellows' Hall, cor.
ner Carnarvon and Eighth Btreets,
every Monday evening al 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend. W. II. West. N.C.: W. C,
Coatham, P.G., recording secretar; ;
,i. w. MacDonald, financial secretary.
Mail Service    j
Sunday
Stop Paying
Rent!
Do you own a lot and would
like to build on it'.' if so, come
to us and we will arrange to
build your house for you. Call
and get full particulars of our
scheme  for home  building.
SURREY.
We have blocks for sale in
Surrey of 2 to 10 acres near
car line. Some on main road
within '���', to 5 milos of city. We
hold some exceptionally good
buys.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
The Prudential Investment
Co.
The B. C. Permanent Loan
and   Savings  Co.
11.  &  V. "States" daily except  Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive al 21 ;00.
Vancouver,    daily    excepl     Sunday,
Leave. 8:00,  11 :00,  16:00, 23:00;   Arrive al  8:30,  13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily excepl  Sunday, Leave,
sen. 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
II.   &   V,   "States."   daily   except   Sunday;  Leave. 8:00;  Arrive at  9:15,
C.  &   v.   Bast,   dally;   Leave,   8:30,
LB:45;   Arrive at  9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton,    daily    excepl     Sunday;
Lence   8:30,  15:45;   Arrive at  9:26
and 21:00.
Fraser    Mills,    daily    except
Leave 8:30; 15: 15; Arrive al 9:25,
Coquitlam,     daily     except      Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive al 13:00.
Central  Park,  dally  except   Sunday;
Leave, ll :00;  Ai rive al  13:00,
Edmonds,     daily     excepl      Sunday;
Leave, ll :00;   Arrive at  11:00.
Bast   Burnaby, dailj   except   Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive al  11:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    excepl    Sundaj;
Leave, 11:00; Arrive al 10:00,
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave. 11:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave. 14:00;  Arrive at   10:00.
South  Westminster, Tuesday  and  Frl
clay; Leave, 14:00; Arrive
Ladner, daily excepl  Sunday
14:20; Arrive al  10:00,
! Port  Guichon.  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:2ti;   Arrive al   10:00.
Westham   Island,   daily   except    .illicitly; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except  Sunday;   Leave,
14:20;   Arrive  at   10:00.
Annacis   Island
and   Friday,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
at 10:00,
I Annlevllle,     daily     except     Sunday
Leave, 14:20; Arrive tit 10:00,
Woodwards,   Tuesday.
Saturday;   Leave,  14
8:30 and 16:30.
IB.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday;    Leave,   14:20;    Arrive   at
!    11:00.
I Cloverdale,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at  11:00.
Port    Kells.    daily   except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;   Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14.50;   Arrive at 11:00.
! Tynehead,     Tuesdiuy     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;   Arrive tit  11:00.
B. &��� S. "States," dally except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45:  Arrive tit  15:15.
Burnaby  Lake,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
That
Pic-Nii
You'll   want   Wooden   P|,.e
Paper   Napkins.   Cheap   Knly,,
and   Forks,   Baskets,  Aluml.u*
Cups,   Fishing  Tackle, a  Mao
zine, etc., etc.
You   can   get   them   all
A T
MOREY'S
665���Columbia  Street-���665
New Westminster, R. C.
at 10:00.
:  Leave,
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Telephone   R   113. Office:   Princess St
Monday,   Wednesday
.ea\e,   14:20;    Arrive
Thursday   and
20;   Arrive at
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety ln The Bank et Toronto
lt wiil be safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need It,
and It will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
i
A CHOICE
STOCK
Negligee Snirts in White Pique,
cool ana Comfortable, only
$1.50 Eack
I
I
Also a large assortment of plain
colors and fancy striped Skirts,
with collars attached ana detached
Ranging from
$1.25 to $4.00
I
80   BRANCHES
in   Ontario,   Quebec   anj   the
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
.$4,000,000
.  4,700,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple screw,  14,900 tons.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin tcrew, 14,900 ton* I���
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any crow
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired,
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39  Alexander St.
SANITARY    NOT1CH.
EXTINCTION   OF   PIGEONS.
2,230,270,000   of   the   Passenger   Birds
Swept  Away  in  a   Few Years.
A. II. Sole, writing ln the World
To-Day of the remarkable disappear-
anee of I bo passenger pigeon, nays:
"What Is known ns flic great Petoskey nesting, in 1X117 or 1877, covered I
an area of twenty-eight miles, every
tree of any size bad more or less
nesls and many trees were filled with
them."
If we picture to ourselves a (lock of
I
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents   for   20th   Century   Clothing   and
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
I
All  rubbish  and  garbage "n'st ,���
removed   to   the   foot   of   ^\f m
street and Fifth avenue, where it
be burned by the corporation.
Any person  or  persons  who o
garbage or rubbish of any kina ���r
nny other street or avenue or on
lane,   vacant   lot  or   public  prw'���'
will   be   prosecuted   under   tlio  v
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw-
By Order, S. J. P^S*.
Sanitary lnsP��w
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow P/*9*
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, P''0'
near The Dally News Co., ooj
Street. THUR
SDAY. JULY 28, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
biflice
'1*11011 R
sny
US.     Darn
lolumbla street-
,lt,llvered   promptly
part of the city-
Phone 13?
to
light an
U8 OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT
d Heavy Hauling
E���TRAM  DEPOT.
Gardiner & Gardiner
, |- t;. Qardiner)
ARCHITECTS
,.   urpgtminster  Trust Building
ROOD) ^^ Westminster, B. C.
cei Residence   Phone   133
phone bbl 	
0. B��x
395
Phone 730
All  Jol
rphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
Promptly   Attended
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
HOUSE OF COMMONS      MONTREAL KOUTE to
PERFECT FIRE TRAP      ���PE ls A mm
Becoming    More    Evident   That    With
i" ITO   Equipment   Lacking   111        Good   Boats   It   Is   More   Popular
Legislative   Chamber   nf Than New York Route-
Dominion Parliament.
of
To
Colonial   Block
FRANK H. DODMAN
Coach and Automobile   Painter.
Lettering and  Top  Repairing,
I oi i   Sixth  Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for LaUlas from I12./5
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai i. George Beckett,
of Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, Intend
to apply tn the chid' Commissioner
of Lands tit Victoria, B. ('.. for a li-
eonse to prospeel for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing tit a post marked G. I'...
.V W, ((irner. planted tit tin.. N. \v.
corner of Section ~x. in Township lit.
Municipality of Sumas, .New Westmiu.
ster District; thence easl Xu chains;
thonce south 80 chains; thence wesl
80 chains; ther.ee north M chains to
point of commencement ami containing 140 acres.
Dated at Ahbotsford, B.C.. this 9th
day  of June.  A.l),  1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
Oil-".,i.
owned  or
Montreal, .Inly 27.���Although all the
i teamshlp companies reporl  that  ihe
BEARS   KILLING   SHEEP.
Thai all buildings sreatesl of the rush of tourists from
Inly 27
rented  by tint government this Bide  for  Europe is over, never-
:,;";,'':l1hl7""Ml",;',ln"' ""��� '���������>  <"<��� theless two thousand passengers have
al "ll!   System   ami    the   alarm    boxes ,,,,,.            ,   .
Placed  Inside the  buildings  close  to ls week by the slx BteamerB
the watchman;  thai ordero should be BalIln8 for British port..
given that on  the flrsl  Blgn of a  Are Loaded   With    Passengers.
an alarm be sent In al ome; and that Delegates  for  the   Euchanstlc con-
a standing order be given to tbe dlf- gress   will   commence   to  crowd   the
ferenl officers of city fire department boats sailing In the middle ol Augusl
ami onwards to the end of the month.
IP.
Silver Waiches,
1600.
Sliver Watches,  gents' open   case,
1750 up.
Agent   ter    Waltham   and     Klgin
(Patches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
gents'   open face
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
HOPE   &   BARKER,  Architects.
New Westminster ��� Trapp  Block
Plione 655.
r	
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to
aud
!5 H. P.
4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
for admittance to the various build
lngs tit till times in case of lire are
the suggestion's by Chief Graham in
his report to .1. B. Hunter, deputy
minister of public works, regarding
the system of Are protection in the
Dominion government buildings.
in the body of his report Chief Graham makes the following statement;
"in the senate .ide (of the main build-
lng) l found a hydrant covered up
with boxes and hooks, and In the lib-
rary there are two hydrants enclosed
In cupboards and locked. To open
one required Cue minutes before the
key could be found.
in the basement of the west block,
Chief Graham reports 'that conditions
are bad,, the Moor, he says, being littered with waste paper, boxes, straw,
etc., and also largo wooden cupboards
filled with surplus stock of paper.
Ile further reports a careless condition of tilings in tlie record library of
the secretary of state's department.
"This part of tho building is a fire
trap
half
Representatives from me Vatican together with other church dlgnatories,
sail on the Empress of Ireland, leaving
Liverpool on August 26. So greal are
the numbers who are traveling to attend the congress thai earlier passages bave had to be taken than were
originally intended. The Empress of
Britain sailing on Augusl 12, had ber
accommodation booked for this date
months ago, and not only the boats
Bailing trom Liverpool, but the Allan
lineis leaving Glasgow and London,
and the Royal Edward and Royal
George, from Bristol, will be loaded
with passengers on all their westbound voyages in August right Into
September.
September will see the greatest
rush of return tourists that the St.
Lawrence route has ever experienced.
No   Doubt   About   It.
"There is no doubt about it," said
one  of   the  bead   officials   associated
with the steamship service today, "the
and there are orily a few pails St. Lawrence is certainly going to be
filled   with   water,"    says     the  the   popular   route   for   tourists   from
Farmers In  North Addlngton  Are Losing   Their  Stock.
Kingston, July 2G, Al Vennacher,
in tin; northern pan of Addlngton, tbe
bears have been busy, and as a re-
suit some farmers are mourning tin-
loss of stock. Robert Comer losl one
of his sheep, nnd Indications around
the Bheepfold pointed plainly to bruin
as the perpetrator. Aboul the same
lime John E. Irish, a neighbor, found
thai two of his sheep hnd been carried off in the same way. Les Wilson, another neighbor, saw three cubs
disporting around with their mother
near  liis   Held  otic day  last   week.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. h. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for Xew West.
minster ut ;">;00, C:DO, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half buur thereafter
until ii:30 p.m.
Cars leave NV-w Westminster for Vancouver at 5:60, C:2U, G:.ri0, 7:20 and
S:U0 a.m., and every half hour thereafter  until  11:00 ..m.
oil   pip.
Sjnday Schedule.
Cars leave Vaucouver Tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 0:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m.. and every mil!
hour  thereafter until  11  p.m.
Thomson  Blk.
Phone   388
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
Sg"tfffil FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL-
tUGS��� ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD-
WORKINO���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
chief. | America. Represenatives of the steam-
In another part of the report, Chief Ship companies, the harbor commis-
Graham states: "In the basement of sioners, and the civic authorities
tbe Langevine block the conditions ought to get together now and agree
could not be worse. I found every j upon a united plan for an advertis-
room and corridor filled with paper ing campaign for the St.. Lawrence
and cardboard boxes." (route.   If the traffic grows much great-
"In the printing bureau tlie equip- er next year, as I forsee that it will
ment for fire protection is not ample | do, there will have to be steamship
enough." | sailings  for   England   on   Tuesday  or
He reports that there is no fire Wednesday as well as on Thursdays,
equipment whatever in tbe attic of" Fridays and Saturdays. A mid-week
tbe supreme court. Conditions in the sailing would draw a lot more Ameri-
Archlves building and tbe Royal Mint,  can traffic."
however, are excellent. Another    representative    steamship
In conclusion, Chief Graham recom- manager, while agreeing that there
mends that all corridors should be has been a remarkable Increase in
kept free from all rubbish and regu- American passengers by the St. Law-
larly Inspected. He further suggests rence route said that the increase
that reels kept outside the buildings would bave to be considerably furthj/" iam
be discarded, as the hose has become enhanced before It would justify an
of no use on account of exposure to extra sailing earlier in the w*��f<1<.
weather. Wi"   Put   on   Mop*-Vessels.
"All corridors over 100 feet long," . "We have tv carry freight as well
be says, "should be protected by gelf-' fts passengers to make tlie voyage
closing fire shutters, which will mini- pay," be'said, "and our experience is
mize  the  rapid  spread   of   fire   borl-. that   shippers  will  not  ship off  their
1 goods from Toronto and other points
���before Monday, which means that they
do not reach Montreal until Wednesday or Thursday, so that the freight
is not ready before Friday and Saturday. If the shippers would ship goods
to us on Saturdays that would he all
right for a Tuesday or Wednesday
sailing, but they will not do this. However, passenger traffic may so develop that we shall be more Independent of freight."
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   8
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver at 7  a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave  Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern Railway.
Lv.   N.  W.  11  a.m.;  ar.  Seattle 3:55
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Seattle 0:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8.05 a.m
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m
p m.
iLv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar
ar
N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
Lv. Seattle 12:5
p.m.
p.m.
N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 0:20
zontally.'
Fall Did Not Hurt Her.
Long Reach, Cal.. July 26.���Little
Margaret Porchers foil out of a third-
story window of a hotel yesterday,
turned several somersaults and landed on the lawn. She got up and
brushed ber mussed-up frock, smiled
sweetly to persons rushing to her aid.
She was apparently not Injured ln the
slightest.
BRITISH FLEET TO STAY
AT SEA FOR WHOLE MONTH
Endurance of Men and Ships Will Be
Put to Practical Test
Soon.
PAROLED PRISONERS
CAN KEEP THEIR WORD
G. N. ft.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except. Sunday, from watei front freight
shed 2:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:'.0 p.m.; arrives at
Port Guichon 0:20 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 7:00 am
daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
9:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on tha
envelope "Tender for Piping System."
Tender for Water System," and "Tender for Pipe Tunnels nnd Wiring
nDucts," as the ease may be, will be
reci Ived al the offlce of the Commit
sioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noon ol the 26th daj of July,
1910, for:
111 Air, steam, water and
lng  system;
12)   Yard   wider   system;
(3) I'ipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with th i Transcontinental Railway shops east, of
Winnipeg.
Plans ami specifications may bo
seen In the ollice of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ontario, and In the offloe
of Mr, s. It. Poulin, Distrlcl Engineer,
St.  Boniface,  Manitoba,
Persons tendering are notified tbat
tenders will nol be considered unlets
made   on   the   printed   form   supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to tbe Chief Engl*
neer iit Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer al st. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must be Blgned and
sealed hy nil the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Rank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners   of   the   Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten [ier
cent 110 p. c.) of the amount of tho
tender.
Any person whose tender Is accepted shall .within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and other documents required to bo signed, and In any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender Is accepted
to complete and execute tbe contract
with the Commissioners, the 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
de|K>slted to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for th*.
due and faithful performance of thp
contract r icordin . to Its terms.
The Che*,.,�� deposited by parties
whose enders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The light Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
IV   Iv   RYAN.
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
tin-  Transcontinental   Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June. 1910.
System in Use in Canada Proves Sui
cess, According to Parole Officer
Archibald.
i
WORKS-Corn
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
r  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
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NOTICE.
tierstt,?' I8 h"ohy sU'en that the part-
Uu    p  l!"rP,"fore
existing   between
^ nrwr8tglled' rar<"ylng on business
mi inters   tu
West
�� Jacks
fourth
estminster. B. c.
Vancouver  and   New
under the name
"n  &  Morrison,  was  on  the
ly miihVT ��f 0rtobpi-. 1909. dissolved
m��tual cnnSent,
FREDERICK JACKSON.
^ ��. G. MORRISON.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver   Landings
The New Sternwheeler
CITY OF
NEW WESTMINSTER.
'"tiers   win   w
Un(,��nii_n. , e   received   by   the
-. 1910  fo? 1?.'�� 5 ?' m- of August
l^ln'ch dla
"lfi supply  of  1,000  feet
tameter and 1,200 feet of
uiameter
12-lnch
J1"* and r rT,lfr    '"P^'ded
Joints. 1""lnrh diameter flexible
steel
its.
Actions
��nd   full   particulars
��� from the City  Engl-
finest
man. City Hall.
as��epud .a"r tender n9t nee"
Clt* Hal* v T!NfUN. Oity Clerk.
IMo. ��� "* Westminster. July
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, WltB
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a.m.
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 Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
7J8 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R��7
Ottawa, July 27.���Out of the 3.100
prisoners released under the parole
system from Canadian penitentiaries,
Jails, etc., during the eleven years
since the system went into effect, only
about   sixty-five   have   failed   to   live
and
gone back to lives of crime, with the
result that they had to be kept in
penal institutions again.
Dominion Parol Offlcer W. P. Archibald left last night for Toronto to inspect Jails, etc., there. He has Just
got back from inspections at Kingston,
Dorchester, and St.  Vincent de Paul.
, He  considers  tbe   results  of   the  ef-
.. enough totartib weekji.| ^ made amp]y ]ugtlfylng the gtep
London, July 27.���The war endurance of the British fleet is to put to
a severe test during the forthcoming
naval manoeuvers.
Efforts are to be made to keep all
the ships engaged with the exception
of torpedo craft and submarines con-
tinuously at sea during the four weeks] ���p  t0  the  prom|ses  tbey  made
the manoeuvers last.    No ship  is to
enter port save under very exceptional
circumstances.
Communication with the shore will
only be made by wireless telegraphy
and by a regular service of scouts and
dispatch vessels.
The problem will not. perhaps be as
great as appears at first sight. Every
ship of any size in the navy Is supposed always to carry food and gen-
It was known, too
thur Wilson went to the admiralty
there would be less consideration than
ever given to the luxuries of life, and
more than ever before to stern and
Spartan preparation for war.
The  coalinc  difficulty  will    not   be
armored ship can car-! tion���around   fifteen   or   twenty   per
���> Too tons of coal, and ! cent���of those incarcerated In peniten
tiaries   are   really   criminal;   that
the   government   took   In   autnori.ing
the Justice department to, under certain  conditions, allow convicts  to be
released on parole.
It. is known that only a small por-
serious,
rv from
Is.
Every
.nun to
���it an ordinarv erasing speed of ten
knots this Is sufficient to carry them under nearly all circumstances ive
from 7 000 to 9 000 miles. For the ! lives of crime. Most, of them get into
lir ter' "radius" this allows for 7001 trouble through sudden temptations
shorter    rani us . |9 that they were unable to resist.    Sta-
,X way 1"%*," sl teen hour's a j tlstlcs show that It cost, the state
__ on an average the full supply of about. $250 a year to maintain those
1 would last more than forty days.: kept. In penitentiaries and Jails.
craft   such   as   destroyers)    One year 300 men released on pa-
bave their bunkers   re-1 role were watched closely and It was
i    i   if   thev  are  to   remain  at j found  that, they earned  $110,000. and
plenished   l     ney   ���"�� ���" fe ��� thoae   who   had   faml;iP3   assisted   in
^"Cr-'-sS;'*T^tons .keeping  them     It  is Calmed  this  Is
uev  . .ai i j  v    j i       a-nnrl    ripnl
CO;
Smaller
will   need  to
t
Of    f"el- .       ...     ���.<!!
The admiralty no doubt will
char
ter colliers for'this purpose, but the
navy has Its own vessels for conveying oil fuel.	
Princeton   Professor   Dead.
Princeton. N. J.. July 2fi.-Professor
Samel Ross Wlnans, dean of PJ*^
t,n university from 1809 to 1903  died
at his home here last night, after a
three-weeks* illness.   He had been ac-
fv^nneeted with the faculty since
878 and ut the time of his death was
professor of Greek and Instructor of
Sanskrit.
; a good deal better than "boarding"
them at the public's expense; and
there la ln addition the Important encouragement given to the men that
lt pays them to keep straight. In
ninety-three per cent of the cases
dealt with the results have been entirely satisfactory. It is understood
that a comprehensive report regarding the parole system, the number affected, etc., will be prepared for presentation to the members of parliament at the next session of the house
of commons. It may be of Interest to
state that of the 3,100 referred to.
1,300 were from Jails and the rest
from penitentiaries.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m.. arrives
bridge passenger station 9:20 a.m.,
water front freight shed 9:30 a.m.,
daily except Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Wiring Systems, Switch
Board and Transformers.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the
euvelope "Tender for Wiring System.
Switch Board and Transformers,'" will
be received at the offlce of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until
twelve o'clock noon of th# 26th day
of July, 1910, for the wiring systems,
switch board and transformers, required ln connection with the Locomotive Shops of the National Transcontinental Railway east of Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may be
seen ln tbe office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from tho
Commissioners will not be pnld for It.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
���\bbotsford,   B.C.,   lumberman.   Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and 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;
thonce  west  80 chains;   thence south
80 chains;   thence east  it chains to
point of commencement and contaln-
log (49 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D., 19t��.
JOHN  BBCKETT.
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-
tiflcae of Title Number 5059F. issued
ln the name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been  filed  ln  this offlce.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall.
.at the expiration of one month from
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,! {he date of the flrst pubilcat|on hereof,
at Ottawa. Ont., and in the offlce of  |n a da,|y newapaper published in the
and In
Mr.   S.   R.   Poulin,  District   Engineer,
St. Boniface. Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all tbe parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be 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 ls accepted shall, within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract,
specifications, and other documents
required to he signed, and In any
case 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 he forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the accept-
anee of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tender Is 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 the contract.
The right is resorted to reject any
or  all   tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN.
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, July 12, 1910.
Newsnapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Commissioners will not be paid for it.
("ity of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, li. C. July 8. 1910.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS
THURSDAY. JULY 23
li 1910.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News Publish,
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,
Cornfr   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
ONE WEEK MORE
E. A
Streets.
Paige Managing  Director
THURSDAY, JUVY 28. 1910.
IMPERIAL   PREFERENCE.
Once again the question of Imperial
preference has come forward in the
British House of Commons. Mr. Balfour raised the question a few days
ago by urging that Canada's treaties
with France, Germany and tbe United
Slates have been in diminution of the
preferential advantages of tbo Brit-
lsh government, and suggested that
folly to supposa that prefer-
could be retained outside this'
wbicli more and
: the channels In-
lal trade would go.
pleaded for th i
of   imperial
OF  OUR  GREAT   JULY
Room-Making Sale
The addition of the Pearson Electric  Business to ours this week
has created a positive demand for More Room at Once.
EVERY  ODD   PIECE   MUST  GO
'.I
made
ii   was
ence
network of treaties
more were arran. in
to wliich interna;ion
Finally Mr. Balfour
adoption of the policy
preference by all parties.
Premier   Asquith,   however
short   work   of  the  anxiety   displayed
by leader of tbe opposition by effectually  shutting  the  door  against  the
preferential   proposition.      He  stated
explicitly that nothing would be done
to vary the present free trade policy
of Great  Britain,  and  declared  it   to
be    essential    that    tbe    government
should not consent to the imposition
of  any   tax  that   would  enhance   the
cost  of either  food or  raw  material.
Mr.   Asqulth's   attitude   seems   to   be
rather an ungracious one.   He might,
it seems to us, have left this matter
to some extent open for discussion at.
the next  imperial  conference,  rather |
than bave set his face so determinedly
against any  policy  of  imperial  tariff
preference.   It would almost seem indeed  that be  invites the colonies to
discontinue   their   preferential   tariffs
towards the mother country.
However, Canada will no doubt be
able to continue the policy in this respect wliich she has hitherto pursued.
There should be no fear that by her
commercial agreements with other
countries she will do anything to minimize her loyal affection and regard
for the mother country, as some of
the extremists among the Hritish tariff reformers would bave It believed
she will do. Tbis was made plain by
the Hon. W. S. Fielding at the Dominion Day banquet, when he said:
"Canada had fought for freedom in
this direction and won; she was not
going to interfere to any degree with
tbe principle she had maintained in
one of the treaties. There was a desire to improve Canadian trade, but
In no one of tbem was there a single
word to prevent Canada and the mother country from making a preferential
arrangement if they desired. Imperial
fiscal arrangements, be declared, were
domestic affairs wherewith no foreign
nation had a right to meddle."
Thus, when Great Britain is prepared to propose a mutual preference
arrangement Canada will be ready to
ir.oe: her. Until then the Dominion
will continue to enter into such fiscal
arrangements as she considers will be
tO her advantage, retaining, however,
the existing preferential tariff in favor
of Great Britain.
The last week will be the best week for bargains in Odd Beds,
Odd Dressers, Odd Stands, Odd Buffets, Odd Chairs, Rugs, Curtains
and  Sundries. ���-^^^.^���S^^S^e^^Sii^l
EVERY ARTICLE  MARKED  IN  PLAIN  FIGURES
Walk through this big store at your leisure and note the splendid
values offered.
We are ready to fill all orders for Electric Fixtures and Supplies.
Mr. Frank Pearson is in charge of this department and is ready to
give   prompt   attention   to   all   orders.
lY'X.i*:
REMEMBER.   WE   CLOSE   AT  5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS. 10 P. M.
We Furnish Your Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
Phone 73
Successors to   Lee's Furniture Emporium
716718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
Some Attractive Specials in
HOUSE   FURNISHINGS
A timely money-saving opportunity in House Furnishings that will be
welcomed by thrifty housekeepers. Here are snaps that you should not miss,
every item a genuine bargain, all good, sound values that are just as advertised, and are well worth investigation.
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
Colored Art Muslins
8c   per  Yard.
In a nice range of small designs, various colorings, about
27 inches wide. Special, per
yard     8c
36in. Art Muslins
10c per Yard.
Fine quality ait muslins and
sllkollne, suitable lor curtains
or coverings.   Regular 12V4 and
15c  for, per yard    10c
Reversible Damask
50c Yard.
Two colorings only, lai i : ;n.
nlng design in  revei. ll ���   mercerized   damask.     Splei
portiere curtains, etc.    I       r
65c for. pur yard    50c
Ecru and White Madras, Scrim and Muslins
Clearing at 25c per yard
Now is the time to refurnish all your windows, etc: a varied selection to choose from; scrims with
lace edges, madras muslins with floral designs, and plain muslin with lace and Insertion bordering;
in ecru, cream and white.    Regular ;!."> and 40c per yard, for per yard     25c
All Better Qualities in Madras Curtainings Specially Reduced
Unequalled Values in White Sheeting
Compare our  prices with any other;   we challange you to find  better  value  than  we offn   I
8x4 Bleached Sheeting, regular 30c for, per yard    ?5c
8x4 Bleached Sheeting, regular 35c for, per yard     30c
9x4  Bleached Sheeting, regular 45c for, per yard     3712c
Correspondence
(Tlie Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by lis correspondents.)
MEETING   OF   LIBERALS.
Editor, Daily News;
Sir���Among the "locals" in your Issue of Wednesday morning 1 noticed
ono containing an announcement as
follows:
'V. meeting of the liberals of the
city and district will be held in the
Liberal club rooms tomorrow (Thursday) ew.iing, commencing at eight
o t jck, when mutters of considerable
i.i] 0! tance are to be discussed."
. Ithougli not officially Informed, ii
will not bo a breach of confidence for
me to bups st that the principal mat
ter of "considerable Importance" to
be discussed at this meeting of lib-
c "s -tather Inxd. luately called, it.
. corns to me���will be the question of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier visiting���or rather
not visiting���this ci'y on the occasion
of bis short tour of tbe province nexl
r.'.ov1''.
Ti.e on iss:cn of New Westminster
GOLD DUST will
a,
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Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy-
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and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
' Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \ r f *
portions to cleanse s^\.l///y.
easily, vigorously, ^^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Clean-Up in Door Panels
Lace door panels, sash curtains, etc., in floral and set designs, with and without frills.
A varied assortment to choose
from���and we Intend to clear
the lot. Regular %\, $1.25 and
.1.50  for, each    75c
Here's a Special in
Pillow Cotton
Circular pillow cotton in 4U,
42, II and 40 inch widths. Good
fine round thread, thoroughly
bleached, This is what you pay
25c a yard for at ordinary times.
Now, to induce you to invest,
li yards for $1 or, per yard    20c
50c Casement Cloth
35c   Yard.
To introduce this new plain
casement cloth, we offer s Bpeclal inducement: 46 Inches
wide In cream and ecru only.
Sells at r><ic regular. Special,
per   yard    35c
A Large Selection of Steamer and Motor Hugs on Hand at Moderate Prices
lrom the premier's Itinerary, ln all PAYMENT
the circumstances, certainly is a matter of "considerable importance." not
only to liberals as such, but to the
people of the city and district generally.    It  is up to liberals, however,
OF      ANNUAL
TAXES.
CITY
Notice   to   Taxpayers:
NOTICE Io  HEREBY GIVEN that
o take the initiative, if there ls any i to obtain the advantage of the full re-
further action to be taken In the | hale allowable, all CITY TAXES and
matter, after hearing what their ofli- SEWER HATES MUST be paid on or
cial representatives have to report on before tbe 1st. DAY of AUGUST.
ihe subject: and it is to bo hoped For the convenience of day-workers,
that the modest accommodation of the Collector's Offlce hours will be ex-
be  eliibrooms  mav   be  taxed  to  the i tended to rcclve Taxes between 7:00
ltmost by the meeting this evening.
GEO.   KENNEDY.
Xew Westminster, duly 28. 1910.
ACCESSION OATH CAUSES
DISORDER IN LONDON
London, July 27.���There was a biter fight In the house of commons,
followed by street demonstrations, to-
lay when Premier Asquith moved the
second reading of the King's Accession Declaration bill. Tbo nonconformists forced an amendment, that
Hilled tbe ultra Churchmen nnd anti-
Cithollc faction In opposition, It is
thought tlie vote will be close.
and !�� p. m., on  Saturday, July 30th.,
and on Monday, August 1st.
All persons are earnestly desired
to pay their taxes before those days,
In order to avoid undue pressure of
work upon the clerks whose duties are
increasing.
TO SAVE TIME WHILST PAYING
TAXES, PLEASE BRING OR SEND
THE TAX DEMAND���TAXPAYERS
WHO PAIL TO BRING THEIR DEMAND NOTICES WIDE BE SEPARATELY DEALT WITH AND NOT
ALU. WED TO DELAY PERSONS
WHO COMPLY WITH THIS REQUEST.
Only the 10 per cent rebate will be
allowed from August 2nd., to Septem-
hor 1st., Inclusive.
After September 1st., rebates for
this year cannot, be allowed.
J. A. RENNIE,
Collector.
City Hall, July 20th., 1010.
t CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Kootenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. nfi Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B. FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Van
couver.
& CANADIAN PACIFIC
""""B.C.CoastSS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Daily
1:00 p.m  Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m    Dally
11:00 p.m  Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. m   Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every  Thursday and Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   D.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
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Weekday Schedule
1:2',
Try  a "WANT"  ad  ln  Tbe News.
It will bring results.   -)
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50,  6:20, 6:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. J
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at 5:50,   6:50,  7:20, 8:00 ���
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. t
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12,  35c. ���
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver  at 8 ���
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ni. ��
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8  a.  m.,  9 a.  m. ������������** ���
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m. '
Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line��� 20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 pin.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m
Sapperton   Lino���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday  Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.j
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND!
We carry in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
Prices  in  Rings $40  to $400.
These goods are the BEST procurable In Canada, and ls a pleasure to show same.
HOWARD AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
\ Chamberlin's
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THE
JEWELER
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I
I Ryall Foot Powder
25c per box.   Try It.
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED BY  OPTICIANS.
******************aaaaaa*****a*a**************��**'*' HURSDAY, JULY 28, 1910.
SPORTING NEWS
REFEREE NEXT GAME;    mm m UMB|j
THE DAILY NEWS.
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SNAPS IN- JU
Port Mann,   Surrey,   Coquitlam,   Burnaby,   LanEIey,
<~>ty Property and   Houses   and   Lots.     When
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
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we
[Victoria Man Will Probably
^t Dewar Is Sore And
Will Refuse Honor.
aie
Famous   Auto   Prize
Between
Causes   Trouble
Rival   Manufacturers.
Injunction    Issued.
Now   York,   July
been  Berved on
���Papers   have
.,,      . ""'  contest   board  of
,.,^ inn Moresby,!;;;;nf;;;;;,l;;,,;^;'i'''-^i'��-issocia,ion
M>lii].M| ui!, nieree the big Kame (junction  has been grained to Harold|
lenext Saturday.   President Lynch,, (���^n.h   president   of the  Premier
* -tellies, was in  Van- Motor   Manufacturing   companv    re.
I straining   the   board   from
the *"'' "
$150,000 TO LOAN
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
S. r ADER
Camp Sites
-AT-
451 Columbia St.
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ml had a conference
the  referee quos-
on
(
if tlie Salmon
oiiver recentlj
��� | J"��<
Ditchburn wlll not be available,
he has to make a business trip to
ha north and the other man who was
2'   d ^t the  flrst  of  tho  season,
Dewar.   lias   announced,   though
��� officiatly. thai  he will not act.
I  ,,;,...,     aie   scarce   at   this
..,  yeai  and tbo managers of
Le,,ui ciubs ������' re sort of up against
.;,,,, >,.     !. me  was  mentioned
,   ,    ... |      tbly  be the man  if
red,    if  the  efforts
blm   to   take   the
, |        ailing, endeavors will j
, ��� ,,   . ��� Halley Wilson, of Lad-
tait,    in   Job.
eferee Dewar has not signified def-
thal he ��111 nol act, but from j
tatenn nts II is hardly prob-
It ls  understood ''
,. ... ,-.  |i   �� hlch be was treated |
ie Vancouver team after the last'
-    .   delivering
(Hidden trophy to George W. Durham, of the Chalmers Motor company,
of Detroit.
.Justice Kelley, of the state supreme
court, granted the injunction.
Tho referee of the Glidden tour originally awarded the trophy to a Premier car. on protest ot the Chalmers
entrant this award was subsequently
reversed by the contest board on the
ground that the oil tank and pump on
the Premier car were not part of the
stock equipment.
Had Good Team Once,
i From Daily News-Advertiser.)
New West minster has one grand lacrosse team, bul the writer doesn't
think ii is superior to the team of
1900, when "Dad" Turnbull was playing center and Wells Gray, Barlow
Galbralth, Tommy Qlfford, Charlie
Snell and "Biscuits" Peele comprised
the defence.    On  the other   side   of
New  Westminster.
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WESTMINSTER PUPILS
PASS ENTRANCE EXAMS
Nam
es    of
Those    Who    May    Enter
High   School   on   Reopening
of   Schools.
he officiated al in Vancouver has i'',f!'',er1lho1'0 Wll!i Harry Latham, Billy
jgusted him  with   larrosse  and   he
. .   led to retire and lead tbe sim-
;,     VI tl e close of that famous
:]l   .,   'a.,-  almost  mobbed   in   the
Ing room, and but for
rfen di e of Lionel Yorke might
ve been hurt.    The spectators also
: his feelings, one disgruntled fan
fins to spit  on  him  as  be  passed
jer thi land Trom the field.
that there will he two
be New  Westminster  star  play-
d and Len Turnbull,
.      Iron   �� tt urdaj 's lineup.    The
tory which Capl tin Gifford sustained
his knee In   the  first   game  with
Dtreal is fai   from  better and the
defence  man  will  hardly  risk
jotbei - ime for a week or two,
,<-n Turnbull's injury Is not so se-
i bul ii is painful and will effec-
y bar him  from  participation  In
came.    The  nail   on   bis   big   toe
wen Jumped on and the injury is
painful,   He mav play but It is
ID; likely.
If other playi rs will all  be there
i Con Jones'   latest   imports   will
��� bi   : I  nd to play in New West-
is'.er for ti.e flrst time.
Oifford,    Fred    Lynch,   Stanley   Peele
j and Oddy.   This was a great combination, and one that had it over the best
i tbe east could turn out,   And tbey bad
some  wonderful  lacrosse players east
| of the  Rockies in those days.      The
j present   New   Westminster   team   is
fast  from goal to inside home, but it
I is their speed they depend on.    The
I old   team   had  speed,   too.   but   they
I were generals on  the field  also, and
I every   man    was   figuring   out   plays,
[while old man Turnbull was engineering i hem from center In every match.
The  team  of  today   will   be   just    as
great, however, after the players bave
bad  a  fow  more  seasons'  experience.
And outside of Tommy Gifford there
ls not one who Is ready to quit the
game for a few years at any rate.
YACHT RACE
TO UNITED STATES
CENTRALS TO MEET
VANCOUVER LACROSSE TEAM
The Central lacrosse team will play
a match with thc Lorb Roberts school
team of Vancouver as a curtain raiser
to the big professional match here
next Saturday. The Lord Roberts
boys have made an enviable name for
themselves in larrosse this year and
are a hard team to beat but the
Centrals aie confident tbat tbey can
turn the trick.
Tbe following is the lineup of the
Central team: Goal, Mortison; ,T.
Buckland, Margison, Day. Swanceskl,
Watson. Salt. Sinclair, Eastman,
Courtney, Storm and Dawe.
seconds
and lee-
sschusetts   Defeats   St.   Lawrence
Eas'ly In Second   Race  for
Seawanhaka   Cup.
Mhester,   Mass.,   July    27.���The
fc:k:i" yai ���; issachusetta won
second ra i I iday in defense of
Seawanhak     i ip,   defeating   the
Mian challenge]   St. Lawrence by
to minutes   twenty-four
' * twelve-mile windward
Wen the signal to start was Bound-,
��2p   in   :;,,   Wj,)(]   >fUs   blowing I
"eight to ten knots an hour, glv-j
:;��boats i  fine test.   At the Big-'
llle   Massachusetts    hauled    her i
ft* smartly and rushed across thel
J' ��� Id p. in. about twenty vards
'Oof the St, Lawrence.    The lat-
r''"wover, was Bilghtly to the wind- ���
��� in the wake of the defender, so i
we honors of the start were prac
;��� fven.    At   2:18   p.  m.   both
w were holding a long-course tack '
u������ !tukl'rs island, with  the  St.
r��ealini, ahead an(1 ,he Mas.
use"s listen,   and   to   the   wind-
.v,,,,"1;" "I' to that time the rae-
"- .urn,,,, , ,, even ,(>nnH
,_,,:"',1I:"" wlndwart the Massa-!
'.   . ���    St.   Lawrence   a
����� minutes
"��� three
��achu8ett8
BASEBALL
American League.
At  Boston  list game) ���
New York  	
Uoston     	
Second  game���
N'ew York  	
Boston      :	
National   League.
At   St.   Louis���
St. Louis    3
Chicago       6
At  Cincinnati��� R
E.
1
0
B.
4
E.
1
1
B.
Victoria, July 27.���High school entrance examination results were an-
oounced today. The results for -New
Westminster ars as follows:
���New Westminster Centre, Boys'
Central���Number of candidates, 3*;
passed. 21���Leonard Ro. till. 720; Kos-
abiiro Shimtzu, 703; W. Locey Fehner,
699; Miller Lougheed, 662j Wilbur G.
Smith, 651; Frederic Oxenbury, 644;
William Hood, 643; John McKercher,
643; John Allison, 638; Robert M.
Shaw, 612; Ernesl L. Dawe, 611; Shin-
gi Fuszimoto, 608; Donovan J. Trapp,
608; Arthur Kelley, 606; Edmond C.
Traves, 595; Mlnard G. Hill, 592; T.
Herbert McAllister, 589; George E.
Curtis, 570; Francis Andrews, 560;
Francis Meyers, 650; John F. McAllister, 550.
Girls' Central School���First division,
number of candidates, 25; passed, ^J���
Ruth M. Gregg. 791; Geraldine V.
Dowd. 679; Edith V. Brenchley, 677;
Beryl S. Smith, 676; Alice Pope. 010;
Jessie Roy, 666; Olivine R. Robertson,
666; Dorothy M. Trapp, ilat; Rebecca
Green, 660; Sarah B. Eddy, 636; Jessie I. Allen, 830; Iza M. MacDonald,
625; Margery d'Easum, 624; Ellen
Salt, 612; Gladys M. Wilson, 602;
Iverna Crouse, 5!>8; Ida Huff, 51)7;
Edna M. Burden, 5!KJ; Margaret C.
Goodwin, r,XS; Ethel V. Wintemute,
577; Florence B. Ackley, 570; Ida Mar-
tin, 656.
Girls' Central���Second division���
Number of candidates. 16; passed. 7���
BlBie F. Ayling, 680; Mildred A. Owen.
665; Mary B. Burnett, 662; Rita D.
MeCutche'on, 659; Dorothy Postill,
j 630; Vivian W. Brown, 622; Susie M.
! Loree. 610.
Lord Kelvin���Number of candidates,
125; passed. 9���Christine L. Brown.
706; Dorothy K. Vidal, 699; James W.
Wilson, 660; Harry E. Bond. 059;
Donald Wilson. 633; Frances M. Patterson. 621; Lawrence B. Mason, 607;
Charlotte M. Prayer, 57S; Jessie O.
Bodley, 669.
Sapperton���number of candidates
It; passed. 8���Florence Hodge, 690;
Bertram Johnston, 669.; Florence Hon-
eywood, fi23; Irma Dougbly. 607;
Charles Rennle, 604; Evelyn Richards.
600; Vera Fitzpatrick, 550; Albert B.
Richards, 550.
St. Anns Academy���Number of candidates. S; passed, 2���Dora A. Vassuer,
0'il;  Susan B. Gregory. 621.
St.  Louis  College���Number of candidates, 2; passed, 2���Thomas P. Cor-1
rigan, 667;  George Feeney, 662.
Pittsburg        8    12
MAN    CHARGED   WITH   THEFT
LOCKED   UP   WITH   MANIAC
9
I
and one second.
down the wind the
IminntB -.made a i"'i wain of
ZT*m twenty-aeven seconds.
,,,,., ����.run b inward the wind
broad reach. The
Ther ,m.i '': nn chance",
Blotto ', ''""' l0B< twelve sec
1.    ��ebl  Lawrence on this sin-
Pnsular      y:" ' ' ' "'" r:u'e over ll
1 - 't)] cour8e  tomorrow,  starting
kivtoll v ' ""' ^ctory "f ��ho
Vr g78!achusetts over the chai-
todav f��� fenoe in the second
several nt �� Beawanhaka cup
My ,.','" lh<' Canadians have
P liter ta "ran��|einent8 to go
��� tomorrow's nice.
h Intermo,!,6  La,cro����8 Tonight.'
)i;n,,,| ';"�� lacrosse match win
:ttt��een tCT8 ,'i"'k thl�� eve"'
PS faceoff hf,a| ',ons iinrt ��>e
Ithe doc" , ""u; a( 'n��f Past six
Rhto |���".,U ,r." '"''ho   Sapperton
laH I'm,.., i,   ",:"'   t'outls;    Stott
[!?"'. r,:;';,!;;'11,.^"" PatcheU, an
, """"> tii if8**, Archl-
^tPr    "��� Sclater, Coutts and
Cincinnati 3
Eastern   League.
At Buffalo���Baltimore, '.i: Buffalo. 4.
At   Montreal���Jersey  City,  2;   Montreal, 3.
At   Rochester���Providence,   3;   Rochester,  :i.
At    Toronto���Newark-Toronto;     no
game; wet grounds.
At   Montreal���Jersey   City
treal, 3.
Coast   League.
At   San   Francisco���
Portland      	
San   Francisco   	
At   Lob  Atmeles���
Oakland     	
Vernon     	
At   Sacramento���
Los Angeles  	
Sacramento
Mon-
R.   II.   B.
11.
il
12
11.
ll
Northwestern League.
B.
It.
0
6
II.   B.
8     2
Baker
AI  Seattle��� ���������'���*
Vancouver       1       '      ���'
Seattle       5   10     0
Batteries���Jensen and Lewis;  Chin-
ault and  Hemenway
At Tacoma���
Tacoma     	
Spokane    	
Batteries���Annls and Byrnes;
and Shea.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won.  Lost
Spokane        &s
Vancouver        Bl
Tacoma       ^
Seattle      39
Games Today.
Seattle   vs.   Vancouver,   Recreation
park,  Vancouver.   I  p.  ni.
Spokane at Tacoma.
EIGHTY TWO  MISSING,
REPORTS   JAP   WARSHIP
43
47
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57
Vancouver, July 27.���George Parsons, who is awaiting trial at the city
police station on a charge of theft,
had an exciting time the flrst night he
slept there. He .was brought down
from Rock Bay to meet a charge of
stealing a valise from a hotel in town.
With him came Martin Carroll who
had heen suffering from delirium tremens in the north, and had tried to
cool himself off by jumping into ninety feet of water at Roek Bay. When
Carroll arrived here, however, he was
quiet and seemed past the danger line,
and he and Parsons were put to sleep
in the same cell.
About three o'clock yesterday morning Parsons was awakened by a ferocious yell, and found his bedmate raving and howling in the narrow quarters of the room. Parsons yelled for
help and in liis desperation crawled
up the bars on the side of the cell
where he hung desperately till the
gaoler arrived, and let him through
the door, where he fell in a dead
swoon for a lew momenta. By this
time Carroll had become quieter, but
Parsons had no further wish for his
company as a bedfellow, and If be
comes to write his autobiography will
no doubt bave one exciting chapter
entitled, "A Night With a Madman."
Carroll is being held for examination
before being taken to the bospita
treatment.
The Public
Supply Stores
APRICOTS
For
Preserving
A Carload
Just Received
Place your order Now.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
BARRIE    MAY   MARRY.
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for
Pet.
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HALF   CENTURY   Or   B. C.
ENOUGH    FOR    HULL
MAN
t��..J5Pi' Still  Winning.
>W :''  S><<1   188  runs.
ia* as?- nr8t ,nnin��s
�����*Venn, .     ���-  -..,   ,���nn.     This   Is
victory
s Iind lV.i ml lnnings
irls      "ciossiva vlctorv f���, lho
Tokio, Julv 27.���Warships which
have been searching for survivors or
tho wreck of the passenger steamer
Tetsurel Medina, which went ashore
Korean coast, report today tnat
four   soldiers   and | birth.
of the crew of
for
off thfl^^^^^
fifty   passengers
twenty-eight  members
that  vessel are missing and are l��t
ibly lost.
Hull. July 27.���Eugene Couture, who
has been absent from Hull for forty-
eight years, has returned to his former residence.
Mr. Couture, wbo has many
fives in Hull, left that city
west when he was twenty-one
of age. He settled In
bia, where he conducted a ranch and
had also some mining interests. His
brother bere has not seen him for
dose to half a century and all his people are delighted at his return. Mr.
Couture has sold his ranch and mining claims and Intends to spend the
rest of his days in the city   of   his
relator  the
 " years
British Colum-
I have seen enough of the Rocky
oh-'mountains  for  the  present anyway,"
said Mr. Couture.
Novelist-Dramatist     to     Take
Esher's    Daughter.
London, July 21.���The highly interesting report is afloat in London that
J. M. Barrle, author and playwright,
will marry the Hon. Dorothy Eugenie
Brett, the elder of Lorn Esher's two
daughters. Miss Brett is considerably
younger than the famous dramatist.
She Is twenty-seven, while he is fifty.
Although Barrio's friends say love for
women die 1 in blm when he divorced
bis first wife, wbo was Mary Ansel],
an actress, there seems to be foundation for the report that he will wed
again.
Lord Esher, whom someone styled
"the empire's handy man," and his
family are well known in Bohemian
society.
Miss Dorothy Brett ls very literary
in her tastes. She has tried ber hand
at writing plays, but none of them
has been produced publicly yet.
Miss Brett has American blood In
her veins. Miss Brett should inherit
literary abilities. Her mother writes
good poetry. Lord Esher. who had
great influence with King Edward, has
found time to write "Footprints of
Statesmen," "The Yoke of Empire,"
and "The Letters of Queen Victoria."
J. M. Barrle married Mary Ansell
In Scotland. July 4, 1904. They lived
happily until the fall of 1908, when
Gilbert Cannan, younger than she,
came Into the wife's life. After a
brief career on the London stock exchange, Cannan had turned to literature and wrote several books and
playlets.
Big Strike May Start Today.
Chicago, July 27.���A general strike
of the building trades was decided
upon at today's conference of thirty-
seven unions which met ln a final
effort to obtain a settlement with the
Otis Elevator company. By noon tomorrow It Is said that the strike order
will involve 28 000 men. The carpenters' union Is the only one not affected, the report of that organization at
the conference declaring against a
sympathetic strike.
White Rock
Can be had at Lowest Prices and
the Easiest of Terms.
i
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SILVERWARE   in
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ROOSEVELT WRITES ON FIGHT
TU DETRIMENT OF CIRCULATION
Hutchinson, Kas., July 27.���Because
of an article by Theodore Roosevelt
In The Outlook, the last issue of the
magazine has been barred from sale
In Hutchinson. The magazine comes
under the ban of the recent ordinance
which prohibited the exhibition of
prize fight pictures and the sale of
newspapers or magazines printing
such pictures or printing stories of
prizefighting. Of course, it was never
Intended that the ordinance should
plnce The Outlook In the same class
as  The  Police Gazette, but under a
strict Interpretation of the ordinance
any magazine which prints matter relating to prize fighting can be barred.
The last Issue of The Outlook contained a comment of Mr. Roosevelt on
the Jeffries-Johnson fight, so lt came
under the provisions of the ordinance,
even If the article did condemn prize
fighting.
No particular attention was paid to
the matter until Monday, when Mr.
Oswald, a city commissioner, went to
a book store to buy a copy of The
Outlook. "Can't sell it," the book
dealer said; "it has an article on price
fighting by.Theodore Roosevelt, and
I would be breaking the new ordi*
nance." p,
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, Dre.itlnoughts,   Cruisers   and   Torpedo
Traveller   Finds   Appendage    Boats Are In Course of Construction
��� ,      , i at   Many   Shipbuilding   Yards.
In His Fare and Appeals
To The State.
Take notice tl   i
boon  made  to ,
Hall as the ownei ,1
��� Tax Bale I,,,,,;".. J
inspector of dvk.8    , , K %3
bearing date'i     ?S
A-l'..  1907   of .,,
that  certain  pare,       ',��*'    *
nnd premises Bltti '    .d
in the Distrlcl , ' ��MbT
In the Pn/. , ,: : >j
more partial irl,  ;      .
ed us Part 3.00      '   Hqfl
Hall
June
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This is the Wonderful New Flour
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the determination to   give users  better   flour-value, greater
certainty cf   baking-success,  fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this,
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is tho guaranteed flour.    If you are not satisfied with It after two fair tr'ala,
ask youp grocer for your money back.    He will give It to you.
Add more water than usual when using Robin Hood Flour.    Made of eueh
hard, dry wheat, It absorbs more moisture   producing a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now uses Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
Indianapolis, July 27.���George Williams, tui Indiana traveling man, has
asked the state board of health to in-
ate thi circumstances attending
tl ,. plai lni ol the tail oi a mouse in
bis breakfast cakes at a country hotel.
it seems trom Mr. Williams' letter
that he had some difficulty In Interest-
the local health authorities in h
London, July 27.���During the nexl
tew weeks a large number of ships
win be added to the effective Btrengtb
of the navy, and many others will puss
Important stages ln their construction.
The Bixteen torpedo boal destroyers
of the Beagle type are confidently expected iw be in commission by the end ���
of August.   Several have already run ���*- not re jisi,ored   ,  ,,r tjj
their preliminary  trials.    These  ves- of the "Land Regtstn  \h"
Bfiin vary in displacement trom 890 to ed lo contest fie I
���I' ii
quarter  of   Section   |
Range 29, west ,,;
You and thosi   i
under   you   and     ||
any Interest in th .
of any  unre '.ti", l!,:"'inM'
ail persons ch-i "^ ���!
the said land b. ..
Is not rejisi-yred   ,
r"eaBOn   he  940 tons, thai  is to say from 220 to (chaser within fo
279 ions larger than the heaviest dor- dale of Llie Qi ���
man destroyer yet commissioned
The contact speed is twenty-seven caveat or cei tui:,
knots, bul  Bwiftness has been delib- being filed w*iii:i
erately   sacrificed   in   order   to   secure default  of rei j11:i :
good  Beakeeping  qualities  and   long Hon, you dai each t.|
Btaying powers.    They will carry H'.u ever estopped and i
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3 bonded!
iei 1 orlod, orT
If tons of fuel compared with seventy-!"11* "P nn.v f,alm tn
case  and  it   is   tor   that
wishes the state authorities to Intervene.
When Mr. Williams produced the
tail of the mouse ami demanded to
know   how   il   got   Into   bis   cake,   the
local authorities admitted that the
Uotelkeeper might he prosecuted un
dor tbo sanitarv laws of the state. If   tons oi   tuei  comparea  wun  seventy j ��*-��� -v ���"}'��������"�� ��
a tailless   five to  LOO ions   of (be   tbirty-threo- i the s'il'1 land, and  I .had   ,
knot Tribe class. Duncan  Bell  Hall as owner tw
Five now fast protected cruisers aro  'n fpe-    A,id I litrety n l��.* tbatm
also nearlng completion
the   Newcastle,   Llverpoo
Brlst ol   ami  Gloucester.    Tbe   first
named will be commissioned in Au.-
indlord.luBt  and the others  well  before the
'end of the year.   They are the flrsl
ad-1 protected cruisers to be added to tho
,;..;., t, nt..'   tui  :....u'sthetk\   and   an- navy since 1902.
other for serving meat that bad been      On  July  20  the iinarmorod  cruiser
Dlonde will be launched at Pembroke
Mr. Williams would product
mouse tbey might have a good case
a. alnsi the landlord, for they could
then tell whether tbe amputation had
been properly performed, and if the
tail bad been kept too long before being cooked. They said there wore two
chances of getting at lhe
one for cruelty to animals in ease tbe
tall bad not been amputated after
Duncan  Hell Hall
In fee.    And I lierel j
these  being  Ucatlon of tbis m.u ���',. [, 1
il,   citisgow.  In a dally newsp^pei i. Misl _.invj
Westminster wh te tood mm s.��
lent service i\\��.'. .;
Dated at tho I. n I Registry rj
New Westminster, '
this 1-otti
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Of April,]
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 Hats Furnishings
PROHIBITION QUESTION
MAY SPLIT DEMOCRATS
Bryan Adheres to County Option and
Is Opposed in Home State by
Own Party
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight Soap contains nothing that will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at ,
Five Cents a Bar
Grand Island, Neb., July 21.���Delegates gathered early about tbe big
tent where tbe Democratic state platform convention is in session today.
interest in tbe convention centers
In the county option fight. William
Jennings Bryan has championed the
cause of the optionists. Against him
are arrayed practically all of tbe state
Democratic leaders. Anti-optionists
claim they have a good working majority in the convention, and that tbey
will defeat Bryan and his prohibition
friends. Recent primary elections
strengthen this contention. On the
other hand, the prohibitionists are relying upon the Commoner to sway the
majority. They expect the anti-option
delegates to be carried off their feet
by Bryan oratory.
The presence of Bryan, who arrived
on one of the early trains, and the belief that he was to make one of the
most notable speeches of hla career ln
what Is regarded as a crucial contest
for his political leadership, also served
to draw hundreds ot spectators, who
formed a great fringe outside the open
tent.
With the arrival of Mr. Bryan, all
the dominant figures of the convention
are on the scene.
Mayor Dahlman, of Omaha, now arrayed against his former political
leader ln the pending county option
contest, headed a large delegation
from Omaha today, which loudly proclaimed the candidacy of Mayor Dahlman as a successor to Gov. Shallen-
berger. The headquarters of Congressman Hitchcock, of Omaha, and
Richard L. Metcalfe, of Lincoln,
candidates for the nomination for
United States senator, were crowded
during tbe morning and much partisan feeling was evinced, although
the convention will take no action on
the various candidates for state and
national offices.
Save for a probable endorsement of
the administration of Gov. Shallen-
berger the convention will confine Its
efforts to drafting and endorsing the
platform on which the party will make
its campaign In the state this year.
It was Indicated early that the temporary organization of the convention
would be made the permanent, one and
that Constantlne J. Smith, of Omaha,
as temporary chairman, would deliver
tbe keynote speech of the convention.
Mr. Bryan was reticent after his arrival as to what form his speech
would assume. He said lt would be
based on the developments of the
convention.
ier
kept too long.
Mr. Williams replied that the local;
authorities   seemed   to   have   missed!
the point  entirely, so far as he was j
concerned.   What he wanted to know i
was whether it was permissable at all I
to serve the tall of a mouse in wheat
cakes at breakfast, and if so, whether
the charge should be for tbe cakes ho
was willing to pay, but lf for the tail
he would protest tbe bill.
Tbe local health authorities informed Mr. Williams that they wore
not engaged in helping landlords collect bills or in assisting guests to escape payment. They did not see how
Mr. Williams could maintain a cause
at law unless lt was based on a charge
of cruelty to animals in separating
the tail from the liody and in tbat
event it would have to be shown that
the mouse was alive when tho amputation was performed.
Mr. Williams was further informed
that much would depend upon whether the tail of tbe mouse got into the
batter by accident or design, for, they
said, if the landlord served the tails
of mice regularly in the breakfast
cakes then the guests would be assumed to have notice of this custom,
but were it an accident bo would
have to prove actual damages before
he could recover, for the Indiana law
does not permit vindictive damages in
the absence of evidence of malice.
The obstacles thus thrown in his
way were so many and so varied that
Williams determined to appeal to the
state board of health and ask that an
Investigation he undertaken, llo believes that prejudice against traveling
men and local bias in favor of tlie ho-
telkeeper are standing In the way of
an honest, and thorough investigation
by tho local authorities and he hopes
to get outside of the pale of these influences by placing the matter In the
hands of the state board.
That Mr. Williams thinks there ls
something sinister in tlie circumstances attending the placing of the
tall of the mouse in his wheat cakes
ls Intimated in his letter to the state
board of health. He wants to know,
for instance, if the Payne-Aldrlch
tariff has anything to do with mixing
tails of mice with batter. He said
that he noticed that rattall files are
taxed under tbe new tariff and he
wants to know lf the schedule has
been construed to cover the tails of
mice as well. He says he has heard
a great deal about the' cost of living
in the smaller Indiana towns, and
cities, and he would like to know lf it
is possible to so amend the tariff law
as to make the duty on all kinds of
tails prohibitive and to place mice
under the protection of the Internal
revenue department.
dockyard; on August 6 the great
Dreadnought cruiser Lion will be
launched at Oevonport dockyard, and
It is believed tbat the battleship Orion
���the first British ship to bave all ber
turrets on the center line���will be
launched on the same day at Ports,
mouth, She will certainly be launched
ln tbe first fortnight in August.
Further towards the end of the year
the battleship Neptune and tho Dreadnought cruiser Indefatigable, will bo
put into commission. There will then
lie a complete squadron of Dreadnoughts in home waters.
Columbia,
D., 1910.
S. KEITH,
1        ;('t He. i!tJ
To Canada Pern anent Loantf
lngs   Co.;   Oppenheimei   Bros
Liability; G. W. Leisbman; J. w hJ
ton.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, Block 3 otm
of the south-east quartei of Sec.
Township 8, Map 628, |n the DisJ
All previous records at Messrs. John Jof New Westmlnstei, Cloverdale,
Saul   White  and  company's  yards  at      Whereas proof of the loss ol "*-
('owes, have been beaten by the rapid j cate of Title Numbei   L2454 F,
building  of  the  new  ocean-going de- J In the name of K. T   Wilson H��|
stroyer Redpole, which  was launched; has been  filed  in  this ofllce,
yesterday.    Despite the fact that thej    Notice Is hereby given that I il
firm ls busy with two similar vessels at the expiration of one month fl
it has been completed in a little over: the date of the first publication!
six months. |of, ln a dally newspaper publlsW
--���      -��� 'the City of New Westminster,in
duplicate of the said Certificate,���_
ln the meantime valid uhjectioi|
made to me in writing.
C. 8, KEITH,|
District Ileglstrar ol
Land  Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, B. t'., July >.
LIBERAL   WELCOME   ARCH
BREAKS CONSERVATIVE   HEAD
Saskatoon, Sask., July 27.���During
a heavy wind and rain storm about
si�� o'clock tonight the framework of
the end of one of tbe grain arches
erected for the Laurier visit here
on Friday was caught In a whirlwind and toppled over. Just at the
moment Dr. H. B, Munroe came along
the street In an automobile and reached tbe arch just as it fell, the timbers striking tbe auto and demolishing the machine. The doctor was bit. Sealed tenders, addressed tott|
by falling boards and received nasty derslgned, and marked on tie
cuts about tbe face and head. Only t velope "Tenders for Royal Cola
Providence saved him from Instant Hospital," will be received il
death, as tbe fall of timbers which lo****** of the Secretary, ThomiOl
did most of the damage was relieved   N>w   Westminster,
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS!
Tenders   for    Royal   Co'umbian
pital,  New Westminster, B. CJ
Westminster,   B,
by the cover supports right above the!oVlock noon' of Monday
doctor's   head.     A    peculiar    co-lncl- !day (,f August, 1910.
dence about the affair Is that Dr. Monroe  was  the  Conservative  candidate
in   the   Federal    election    hero   four
years ago.
until
Uie fiftti
Soda Water Factory
M. A. HODGE, Proprietor.
304 Columbia St.        Phone 089.
Sapperton.
Misused Royal Arms.
London, July 27.���A business man
has discovered that it is a crime to
have the British royal arms printed
on your letter paper. William Whitman established himself at Portsmouth as the Imperial Stencil company, and his business letters bore the
Hon and unicorn as a decoration. A
client of his at Tonbrldge, Kent, having a grievance against him, informed
the authorities, with the result that
the citizen was haled before the magistrate and fined $32 or a month Imprisonment In default. The use of the
royal arms as a trademark is confined
to those tradesmen who are royal
warrant-holders (appointed purveyors
to the royal family) and no one ls allowed to use the sign for business
purposes without the king's permission.
CHINAMAN   THROWS   HOT   SOUP
ON    HOTEL    CHAHBERMAID
Revelstoke, July 27.���A dastardly
assault was made this week by a Chinese cook, employed at the Oriental
hotel, upon one of the hotel chambermaids. It appears that the girl was
In the kitchen putting Irons on the
stove, to which the Chink objected.
Words soon followed, tbe Chink finally getting in a rago. and catching up
a largo pan of boiling soup, hurled
the contents full in the girl's face, the
hot liquid causing dreadful scalds.
The Chink was arrested and
brought up this morning at the police court on a charge of assault, being changed from assault with Intent
to do bodily harm.
G. S. McCarter appeared for the
prosecution. The charge was proved
and the accused was fined $57.50 in
all.   The fine was paid.
Feeling ran high when the affair became known, and lt would not have
taken much to cause the men ln that
vicinity of the hotel to have lynched
the Chinaman for his brutal deed.
New Georgian Coinage.
London, July 27.���The new Georgian coinage will differ from the present design only In the portrait of the
king, the reverse side being left as
now. The design for the head of
George V. has been entrusted to Bertram McKennal, associate of the Royal Academy, an Australian sculptor,
who will also design the medal to commemorate the new king's coronation.
Mr. McKennal has been favored with
many royal commissions for sculpture.
He has executed statutes of Queen
Victoria for India, Australlta, and
Blackburn, Lancashire.    He will also
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, J. A. McGowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect, for coal and petroleum on and ln the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. McG., S. VV. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 33, in Township 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District; thence north
80 chains; thence east 80 chains'
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains'to point of commencement
and containing G40 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
day of June, A.D., 1910.
J. A. McGOWAN.
Plans   and   specifications marl
I seen  at the office of the architf
j Messrs.  Birds &  Blackmore, 3041
I block,   Vancouver,   B,  C, or
Secretary's    ofllce,    Thomson
New Westminster, B. C.
Kach   tender   must  be sipiell
sealed by all the parties to tbel
der,   and   witnessed,  and he at{
panled  by an  accepted cheque <
chartered bank, payable to the ���
of the Board of Managers of thel
Columbian Hospital, equal to fivel
cent of the amount of tho tender!
Any person whoso tender is M
ed, shall, within one week afwl
acceptance thereof, sl. n the conT
specifications and otber document
quired to be signed, nnd '" aWl
of refusal or failure on the m
the party whose tender lu accept*
complete and execute tho <*���
with the Board of Manager*, W
chequo shall be forfeited totMl
of Managers as liquidated daOffl
such refusal or failure. L
The person whose tender B
cepted. will be required to Fl
a bond satisfactory to the ��M1
Managers, equal to ten l��r cel
the amount of the contract
The   cheque   deposited  W
whose   tenders   are  reject**
returned   within   ten  days sue |
signing of the contrail.
The lowest, or any lender,:
essarlly accepted. \-vhit
Secretary Royal Columbian ��""'i
P. O. Box 59.
New  Westminster. B. <*������
1910.
Bank of MonW
ESTABLISH!-'.!) I?17'
CAPITAL
RESERVE
$14,4 W
11,000.*
District of New Westminster.
be responsible for
statutes of King E
ed at Adelaide, South Australia.
New Westminster Land District
Take notice that I, T. Walters' of
Abbotsford, B.C., engineer, 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 T W
S. W. corner, planted at the S W
corner of Section 32, In Township io'
Municipality of Sumas, New West-
minster District; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement and
containing  640 acres
, ,  ,       f ,.,      ,.Jone   of   the   flrst'    Dated ^ Abbotsford, B.C   this oth
statutes of King Edward, to be erect- day of June, A.D    1910      '
tart   n��    AHolnUo     Cm,ll,    ��..���._-,i_ * '    "���"���I      _>���*>���
T.  WALTERS.
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Branches throughout
I Newfoundland,  anu in
land, New York, Chicago a     g
and Mexico City.     ,
transact*11'
avaiaM
U.S.A.,
banking    business
ters of Credit Issued.   ��>";,  ,;
correspondents in
world. nt���W
Savings Bank DJpi't,',c"'d ���p<l
received ln sums of *! ' rCetil|
and interest allowe 1 al ��i>
annum  (present rate).      o0|0
Total  Assets over W-'v
NEW WESTMINSTER B
O. D. BRYMNKK.
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Ma"1
Try a "WANT" ad I"
It yill bring results.
The
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DIRECTORY
THE DAILY NEWS.
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p   0     box  142.     Old
Sixth street.
ANO TUNING.
PI
nmToRGANS TUNED AND
local tuner, W. B.
Isrtln, M
���'" :��� .615.
81]   lhibllu  St.,
LABOR AGENTS.
AGENTS!    MANA-
i.  Powell Btreet,
3575.     Prompl
all   orders   for
1   , '-islt us.
IAST
I,    C
���
"professional^
EDMONDS,  BARR18-
ors,   Westminster
mbia Btreet,  New
v.   J, Whiteside, m.
.:   ��
| McQUARRlE &
T,iTl\ ���    and Solicitors,
L :; ,     Rooms 7 and 8
t tii ! Columbia and
ts;    Vancouver   of-
I building,   -11   Gran-
I'.  C,   Wad.',   K.   C;
,    ,    w, G, McQuarrie, G. E
rt In
FACE INSURANCE
Yoll
Itte,
, etc.
louse,
Why
insure your
business holdings, etc
not your face.
The policy of thc "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoncd
razors, culs, time lost, money spent.
A Gillette Safely Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your face,
Mik or write fur our free booklet
explaining a hundred and one
things you ought to know abou*
sharing and the care of your face.
I ��� Hi tl
of triple
lasl   .,  Itfetl
liia.I
. nfeti
v   R itoi   Si i     onulnts
;        I holili i thui   ���   i
.. , with .    i
I ���'!   Icri n   ��� [Jl,     i
leatni i . .1..    rn..
Combination Seta���Brush, Bono etc
$6.50 to $50.00
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Pillsbury-Washburn
Mills Found To Be In Bud
Financial Stale.
July 2;     ii rectoi
���'���...:.!
Ltd
��� ints tor ii;
Moose .law, July .7.-The lirst move
toward actual construction of Moose
.law s street ratlwaj was m ide lasl
wei k \* ben the rallwaj companj
fded to Kettle Rtver Paving and
1 1 nstructlon com] anj, now pat Ing
Flour ���N!:ii" Btreet, the contracl of laying
ties In the paved area. Ties have be< n
01 di red ii "in .1 coasl lumber company
and 1 he 1 allwaj companj have e\erj
thing   In   readiness   to   iill   out   their
pan of the contract.
The companj Intend to have lour or
flve miles ot road In operation bj this
fall, wiih ten minute service for six
nionlhs and after thai  period
W_>   I Tm/iriCOll/' *?    Sometimes people do, and suffer,
ran^.   UlftVWl^^lJ'   ���    because the stomach balk*,
relieve the discomfort at once, and help dlgesl the overload.   The lover of fjood
things: nay feel quite sale with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.
lf your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we
50c. a box
will mail them.
N.t,*n��l D,���, .nd Ch>mjr��l Co. of C��n��<t��. Limited,
34
Montr**!.
District of New Westminster.
of the
Mills   coin-
New Westminster Land District.
a   ruii-
 'Ul 'I   I  I IS ((MU >���*       I' II, I        II I  ,  ,    I lll,|, (Ml   IHI)        ,| I    |J J I-
��� 'i'<'��� a irw  days ago and  ni,li: schedule wlll be decided between
���  the citj ami ihe company.
of
eai were presented
_*�� Passed after a stormy session R.
"��� Glw. chairman ol the board, who
Presided al the meeting, referred to
ll'e apalling loss nf $4,000,000," as
shown bj the report, Baying;    "U was
,l'"' i';,,,l> to 1 ods which can hard-
J  l<- called bj anj other name than
1    ll:"'    The question of restitution
Proceedings will have to be carefullj
idered "
John MacDonald   Henderson,  mem- the ,.
ol the house ol commons, declared
be was pre]    1 d to And the monej In
llls """ i'"< kel in probe to ti nd a
situation   ni   affairs   which    Director
( loutle characterized
eati   ���  1
Hi 1
Ml thai o i:
nl been
To   Build   Warships.
Victoria, Julj 27,   Ten lers were In
vlted here today for the construction g' vv' corn
"i a 11 ulser of the Bristol type.   The
British    Columbia    Marine
company has announced Its determlna
tlon in tender for the construction of
as  "one  of   the
companj bi andals ol modern
NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS
Si
led Tenders addressed to the un-
lerBlgned, and  marked on  the enve-
."i e    i'i ndi is foi  Sewer," wlll be re
���con cil  al   the offlce ol   the  Commis
ost, most- sioners of the Transcontinental  Rail-
''���'' gambling and on Improp- wav. al Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
*'">   '    "'    ;"""s'    Another   $1,450.- o'clock noon of the 26th day of July,
""". he added, was nol Irai eable, and  1910   '
V, .i"1" had 1 n lust iu agents' ba
Take notice thai 1, J. F. Boyd
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for conl and petroleum on
and  in the following described lands:
Commencing at  a  post  marked  J,
' .  B., s. VV. corner, planted at  the
or of Section 24, in Township 16, Municipality of Sumas, New
waj   Westminster District: thence north fin
chains; thence easl  so chains; thence
south   Si)   chains;     thence     west     80
chains to poini of commencement and
containing 640 acres.
Dated al Abbotsford, B.C., this oth
day  or .lune.  A 1).,  1*110.
J.  F.   HOYD.
Glyn dei I.ned thai a
I Ihe monej h
1} In wl
Anothei
District ot  New Westminster.
am
"        ' '       "'        'I" _'M1|       ,|,l  \        I'l        ,ll|l\,
for the excavation, construction.
New Westminster Lard District.
Tal<e notice thai 1, Alexander John
anci s, checks ni Ilected and bills re   foi
ceivable,    He said thai tb
NOTICE.
I
\  BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Tel.    It 128.     Room,
Trust Block.
PERT ACCOUNT-
,-. .  ,     ; ["OR���Agent for llie
e, Room 9, West-
iter Tru t bloi k, city,
iNOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
_   IAN    BUNTING,     ROOM     22
jrtis block.   P. O. Box 694.
|TU.\1 STENOGRAPH* AND
���(.writing; copy work, business
litrs, etc.   Coumbla Btreet, Tele-
f the Companies
if Hale Bros. &
I IN THE  MATTER
Act,  1910,
AND
IN  THE  MATTER
Kennedy, Limited:
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Bros. & Kennedy. Limited, will one month after
the 7th day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
BrOB.,   Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7.  1910.
Ii.   B.   KENNEDY,
Secy. Hale Bros. &. Kennedv, Ltd.
the Winnipeg shops Bltuated In
creditors Bectlon 5, Tp. 11, Range l E., on the
im already received forty-seven per line of the National Transcontinental
'""' "' ll"'11' claims in cash and the Railway, aboul six miles easl of Win
balance In second mortgage bonds. nlpeg, extending from the pump house
Ai'''' l1"' stockholders have re- and terminal yard to the Seine River,
celved   ,.,. per cenl   he said, ihe hnl.l    pinno    ,,,,1   L-,���.,.ic, 1.,,,,,   ���,.u
I completion ol a  main sewer line  ston, of Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman
���������'���������"��� ol '!���   tnonej available wlll also seen In the offlce of Mr. Gordon Granl
'"' l"'"'1 ''  creditors,    li  was too chief Engineei of the Commissioners,
B��on' he Btated, to estimate the result  ai Ottawa, Ont, and in the offlce of
Ol  the lease ol  the plants.    The pres-  Mr,   S.   If.   1'oulin,   District
enl accounts Bhowe 1 thai  lasl
profits amounted to $134,000,
The Pillsbury-Washburn Flour mills 1
company,  of   Minneapolis,  went   Into made on   the  form  supplied  by  the
the hands of a receiver August 8, 1908, Commissioners,   which   mav   be   had
application being made to the federal on application to the Chief Engineei
al Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
al Ottawa,
Engineer,
year's St,   Boniface,  Man.
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will nol be considered unless
distrlcl coun in that  city   by   stock
holders.     It   was  said   the  action   was
taken for the purpose of reorganization and denial was made that the
company was in any serious financial
embarrassment. C, s. Pillsbury, A.
('. Lorlng and A. C. Cobb were named
receivers.
Intend to apply to the chief Commis
Bloner of Lands al Victoria, i^f.. for
a license to prospect for coal and po
troleum on and in the following described lands;
Commencing ai a post marked A. ,T.,
N. E. corner, planted al Hie N. E. cor.
ner of Seel ion 30, In Township 19
Municipality of Sumas. New Westmln
ster Distrlcl; thence south SO chains;
thence west SO chains; thence north
SO chains; thence east su chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated ai Abbotsford, nt'.. this 9th
day of June. A.I). 1910,
AliEXANDER  JOHNSTON.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, If. A. Treihcwny,
of Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend to apply to the Chief Commis*
sloner of lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in tlie following de-
scrlbed lands:
Commencing ai a post  marked r.
A. T., N. W. coiner, planted al the
N. W. corner of Section 29, in Townsliip 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District; thence easl so
Chains; thence south SO chains; thence
west SO chains: thence north SO
chains to point of commencement and
containing  840 acies.
Dated at Abbot, rord. B.C., (his 9th
day  of  June,   A D,   1910,
lt. A   TRETHEWAY,
at   St.   Boniface,  Man.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
Hank of tlie Dominion of Canada, pay-
I able to the order of the Commls-
was  sioners  of  the  Transcontinental   Ral
t
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Hank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout lhe island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents In nil parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Hanking facility.
L.  M,  RICHARDSON,  Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
A    BCheme    Of    reorganization 	
adopted  In   1909  and  lias  since  1 n way, for the sum equal to ten per cen
carried   out,   under   which   the   unse- (in p. c ) of the amount of the tondet
cured creditors   whoso claims amounl
REAL   ESTATE.
TE, SHILES & CO.
[E��tate snd  Insurance Agenta-
farm and  Bumirban  properly,
and TC I'd ,Hilda St.
TAILORS.
\.\li MEN'S TAI-
Htg. A iii w line of Spring suit-
1 Just in. Button making, press-
! ami tep ilrlni 46 Loi ne street,
lone i;: ���
CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
(and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
rae R278. 1be place where the
; and dust i.. removed from the
fe���not pressed ln. Goods called
I deliv r
LT
LIVER/   STABLE.
iO    POR    HACKS   AND
turnout    The  Fashion   Hta-
FISH
AND   GAME.
YUNG, FISH, FRUIT,
' Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
' to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
,    FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Pf. l'ptio!st>-rcr and Undertaker,
pr Art** ftn,| McKenzie streets.
! 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
LEWTHWAITB,
* ti rer
���future :
���" Im nit
CABINET-
425  Clark-
Burr  Slock).
'  I   repaired.   Mia-
'ore In n. and oak.
m
Woodworking.
Ui''Vst!:r     woodworking
lintt    ��iffle* ttna stlJre Bttlns8;
iV; 1 alr- 'cases, man ten
\m;*n work.    Deal, ns and esti-
tarnished
, r'    Works
? Car line,     p
���I    Brookes,   pro-
:  Corner  Eleventh
0. box 254, i*none
P^HANGINO  &  DECORATING.
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
GOOD
TIME
to take up a good subdivision proposition is
right now. By the time
you are in shape to put
it on the market, realty
will be active again.
We have 160 acres in
Coquitlam that we can
sell at $90 on good
terms. Subdivided into
5 acre blocks this will
readily sell for $200 to
$250. Small blocks in
this vicinity have already been sold at as
high a figure as $300
per acre.
Think it over and talk to
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
       - w - Any   person    whose   tender   Is   ac-
ed to about  .5,200,00(1, have heen set- copied shall, within ten days after the
Ued   with.     Under   this   scheme   the Kt.nin.    thereof,   sign   the   contract,
mills, trademarks and goods will bave speciflcaUons,   and   other   documents
bei n leased to an operating company required to be signed
formed   in   the   l'nited  States   with    a of refusa
capital of $2.000.111111.
U.S. STEEL corporation;
EARNS MANV MILLIONS
Over   Forty   Million   Dollars   Is  Taken
in   by   Great   American   Trust
in Three  Months.
and In any case
or failure on tbe part of the
party whose tender Is accepted to exe-
! cute and complete the contract with
the Commissioners, the said chorine
shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated da.na. es for such
refusal or failure, and all contract
rights acquired by the acceptance of
the  tender shall  be forfeited.
The cheque deposited by parties
Whose tenders is 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
Whole tenders are rejected will be returned within ten days after the sign-
Now York. .July 27.���The quarterly tog of tbe contract
statement of the l'nited States Steel
Corporation for three months ending June 30, last Issued today, shows
total earnings of J40.170.960, an
amount far In excess of unofficial esti-
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order.
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretary.
. moiiui   lai   in  i'.mi'ss oi   iiihiiih i.n  et.u-! , - -
mates, and  greater than  the earnings! The Commissioners of the Transcontl-
         !,,,., t,. i    i ���.,; I ,t ��� , i
ot the first quarter, by $3,564,084. The
net earnings for the quarter were $?..".,-
880,766, or $2,877,661 greater than the
nental Rallw
Dated nt Ottawa. July 8. 101 n.
Newspapers inserting this advertise-
innil.ii,,),   ill     .    ,.ni.'i��i   Kj^mtri    ii,,iii    int. -    - - _
i first quarters returns.    Both gross and  ment without authority from the Com
missioners will not be paid for It. **
&S0 .,
PI41D
w.
��ALL  PAPER,
Pis '
EL*   .nd*   '-''Wining'."".*."^
|e.,x ���,"!,. decorating.      sixtn
KOO.YI
and  Sanltas;
Ne* Wegtm.nster
machine works.
die?*f5.Hachinb works,
!��ster    m et'    New  West-
, and   ,hi? ,acturer" of modern
111 Plantt ml" macninery,
and sycrlflcationa   pre-
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FIRE
est
R.
EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LAT-
in     fire     fighting     apparatus.
Harris    &    Co.,    Lavery    block,
net  earnings  are   vastly   larger  than
those  of   the    corresponding    quarter
last  year which  were $29,340,421 and
$23,323,396 respectively.
In  contrast  to the   earnings   Wall
street    expressed    disappointment    at
i the exhibition of unfilled orders as set ^��w*ni��iu    ummp
i forth in todays report.   They are only  SYNOPSIS   QPf���**}���.LH0M��-
' 1.253,794   tons,  a  falling off  of  1.344.- STEAD   REGULATIONS.
1575  tons  from   the  previous  quarter |
Iin this connection it was unofficially      Any available Dominion Lands wltn-
stated that the reports show only tbe In the railway belt In British Colum-
non-cancellable business. bia, may be homesteaded ^y any per
Pursuant to the corporation's policy ��on wno Is the sole head of a family
Of publication  the directors today or- or any male over 18 years of age, to
dered that the officers hereafter make the  extent  of  oiw-quarter  section  of
i pnbllc on the tenth day of each month,  160 acres, more or less.
! the aggregate tonnage of unfilled or-     Entry must be made personally at
ders on hand at the close of the pre- tha local  land offlce for the district
, vill,',s mont'i In wllich thp land ls s'tuaie'      b'aUy
The charge off for depreciation and by proxy may, however, he made on
iextraordinary   expense  for   the   last  certain    conditions    by    the    father,
nuarter ww $6,569,949, as against $6, mother, son. daughter, brother or 81*
829232 in the previous   quarter,   ancl ter of an Intending homesteader.
tr m   ,,,,   in the same Quarter of 1909       The homesteader is required to per-
mnrter of the vear. ancl $6,894,244 in plans:
o' "rresponcling quarter   last   year,      (1)    At least six months' residence
, T1.��� ,���,��� of $6 10 was set aside fur ���pon  and  cultivation  of the land on
account of expenditure made, and t-o ach year for three years.
be made for additional property, new (2) If the father ( or mottier, lf tne
nlants and construction. The regular father is decased), of the homesteader
Quarterly dividend of one and three- asides upon a farm ln the vicinity of
."tors per cent on the preferred, the land entered for, the requirement.
��� nd one and one-quarter per cent on as to residence may be satisfied by
'Z* commonI shares were declared.       such person residing with  the father
N'o statement dealing with the trade or mother,
outlook was issued, hut several of the (3) if the settler has his permanent
directors expressed themselves as ^dence upon farming land owned
convinced that the present quarter's by __ |n the vicinity Of his ftome-
,.���,���..���, wfl| be more satisfactory than gtead, the requirements as to residence
hose just published. may  fa   satisfied  by  residence  upon
the said land.
 "     ' Six months' notice ii writing should
LIVING   NOTOTHERIUM be given to the commisalon*r of Do-
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
TiUmCl       -  *     Q   C       FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone $38.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading
Co.
" *9---~-*% Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR
FINISH,
PLmIN     AND
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing"Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
��fi*
mi
and
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. daily except Saturday,
on  Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket offlce and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancou-
-er.
See the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, fl.
Columbia street.    Phone 666.
ltd
Monu
MENTAl
^^L WORKS.
^NmaSl.L works, jas
_ ">unmpnn   a ,Urflr aml importer
** etc. a.,. 0.mbatone8. buitmng
3al auction guaranteed
��� Ne" Westminster.
HOTELS.
KINO'S   HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA.   ST.
Phone. Newest and most up-to-date
In the City. Terms moderate. First-
class cuisine.   J. Trachy, proprietor.
DISCOVERED   AT   LAST minion  lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
v tnri-i     lulv   27.���Living   beasts.   Coal.���Goal mining rlgbts may   be
������!.'���  ,o  those ot  prehistoric ages lea8e(t   for    a period of    t.wenty-on*
���eno-tcd to have been located by years at an annual rental of $1 per
a'n���M��wdtoNewOulnea,ao.��cre.     Not   more   than   2560   aero
explorers engageai   i ^ ^ ^^ t<j Qne lntUvldua, or
����n      ��� wabura   which arrived trom company.     A royalty at the rate ot
steamer Makura, eejjt9 m 8ha��� b<1 colIecte(1
I
POR SALE
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
���tree
HOTEL   LYTTON���517   FRONT   ST.
Phone  103.    Comfortable a       '�� ''������'
tlon.    Terms moderate.
Watkins, proprietors.
T,Ve tracks of a nototheri.ini, a won.- on the merchantable coal mined.
���        �����ii olAnhant  were found on, W. W. CORY,
h    to) of a plateau   8.000 feet above Deputy of the Minister of the Intertor.
^���^r%i^5SBl!Br'*S|   N.n.-TTnauthoTJTe7 publication   ot   ^
McLeod & otou,  of (a  *������la? |Ms advertisement wlll    not he pata   '
i
J   1:
ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
���JULY28,1910,
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The Oven
Of a Range
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. or angle
Iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven, in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, It requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
Tbe Majestic oven stays that way,
too,
Note tbe illultrttioM.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
*.��..
Where Do You
Breakfast ?
The "Royal Cafe," is
the only reasonable answer. ^Vhy ? First,
Everything there is neat
and clean. Second, the
food is cooked to make
you hungry. Third, the
service is swift   and   our
waiters are obliging-
Fourth, prices are moderate. But why enumerate all the Advantages.
W< Could count to a
hundred and not he' finished. Come tomorrow
morning.
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
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i City News \
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*"**z**%**%**z**?'**-:f**-:;**%**x** ��������#������*������#������*������#���
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
ALWAYS:
A  nice line of
TOILET   WATERS,   VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring  necetsltie
COMPLEXION POWDER8,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, ETC.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMIST8
Dean* Block���Four Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
Mayor ],co spent tlie holiday al
Crescent, his summer home..
Pot plants tind fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Plume 184 **
Tomorrow's   market   will   prohably
see   tlie   last   of   the  r.ispherYlps  and
, cherries. ��� -
White Rock for cool .p;rKrec7es. **
A large number of people went to
White Rock yesterday to spend the
holiday,
< *
Swimming,    boating,    bathing    and
j cool   breezes  at   White  Hock.     Have
you a Bummer cottage there?
The foundation of Wilberg & Woltz's
new cigar factory on Seventh street
is almost completed.
Edison records for August now on
salo at .1. li. Todd's Music House. **
Good progress is being made on tlie
plant of the National Paper mills at
Sapperton.
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Ftir-
' nit ure. **
Despite the fact that yesterday was
j a  public  holiday,  not  a single   mfin
| was  locked  up at the police. station
on the usual charge.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only ls
served there. **
A meeting of the Citizens Picnic
committee wlll be held on Tuesday
evening to wind up the affairs of yesterday's excursion.
P. Burns & Co.'s meat market will
be closed all day on Wednesday; public holiday. ���"        **
Tho B. C. E. R. company has made
an official announcement of the start
on August 1 of a better car service
on the cit" lines.
W. T. Cooksley, at the Citizens picnic in Victoria yesterday, enjoyed a
ride around the capital in. an Irish
Jaunting car, the only one of its kind
on the coast.
Davles greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
Lacrosse supporters ' In Victoria
claim that the game between the intermediates at the Capital on Saturday is a sure win for their team, as
it has been practicing hard.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
Many people walked over to see the
C.   N.   R.  construction  camp  on  the
south side of the river yesterday. The
C. N. R. men were not concerned in
any civic holiday and did as much
work yesterday as they have done on
any previous day since the commence-
,,,-nt of the work.
in...
In a baseball game at Queens pajk
on Tuesday evening Auditor Corn-
worth had a narrow escape from being
hit by a foul tipped ball. The \>i**i
was coming with tremendous Bpe$cl
and il" it bad struck Mr. t'otswortti.
the auditor's report would have b. ($n
delayed for another week.
For carnations, sweet peas nnd
dahlias, plione Davies greenhouse.
It 208. **
Kev. John Evans Preston, a clergyman of Drogheda. Ireland, is inquiring through the government offices for
the whereabouts of Edward Osborne,
described as twenty-four years of age
and strong tind active. He worked ln
the Port Kells shingle mill and was
supposed to have gone Into the mountains some time  last,  September.
Threo hundred and fifty dollars will
buy h lot and build a cottage at White
Rock. White, Shiles & Co. will tell
you bow. ���*
Commencing on August 1, the B. C.
K. H. company will run a city service
to Edmonds station from 6:40 a.m.
and every twenty minutes until 11:20
p.m. Leaving Edmonds station at
6:10 a.m. and every twenty minutes
until 11:50 p.m. Sapperton car will
leave tram station at ti: 10 a.m. and
every twenty minutes until 11:30 p.m.
Leaving Sapperton at 0:;]0 a.m. at
0:30 a.m.  and  every  twenty  minutes
Take   Advantage   Of   Our
Alteration Sale Prices
Our big sale continues this week. As the piles of sale goods disappear
new lines arrive or further reductions are made on lines that are not moving
Nothing in the store but what feels the effect of the reductions. Low prices
have moved more goods in this month than ever before in the same time.
The last week of our big sale will afford you greater saving opportunities
than ever.
WALES WISHES TO BE
REPRESENTED   ON   STANDARD
London, July 27.���"Gallant Little
Wales" is trying hard to get represented upon the royal standard, and
claims that the red dragon of Wales
should be emblazoned thereon, taking
one of the two quarters which English selfishly uses for her three lions
passant. With this object the Welsh
members of parliament bave laid their
claims before Premier Asquith, who
has promised that it should be made
known to the king.
On the royal standard, which also
forms tbe central part of the royal
arms, England is represented by two
quarters, Scotland by one, red lion
rampant, and Ireland by one, the Irish
harp. Wales thinks that her emblem
might be easily introduced, if England
sacrifices one of her quarters.
The most effective answer against
the Welsh proposal is that the alterations in the royal standard and arms
wherever they are emblazoned
throughout the British empire would
cost fifteen  millions  of dollars.
LEVEL CROSSING CAUSES
DEATH OF 12 IN CLEVELAND
Call on W. �� Fales for ��?���*
delivery on parlor. T>eui?om' kitc'ie,n
or any house furnishings.
Cleveland, July 27.���Twelve persons were injured, one probably fatally, when a St. Clair avenue car
was struck by an outward bound Pennsylvania train at the Thirty-eighth
street grade crossing this evening.
The car was hurled from tbe track
'and Bm.8be<J into splinters.
American Tailored Waists, $2 Each
We have had several shipments of these stylish American tailored waists. Each lot has been sold out in a few days after their
arrival. Wo predict for this new assortment as quick a sale as
any previous display. Six styles only, l'leats and tucks are special features In all. Stiff collars and cuffs. Sizes H4 to 40. On
Sale, each       *2-��0
One Lot Table Covers, Each $2.95
j Regular   $3.50   to   $4.25.
An odd lot consisting of tapestry covers, 2 yards square and 2 by
2V6 yards. Colors, cardinal, green, blue and dark brown combinations. Also one red chenille cover 2 by 2\i yards. Regular $4.50
Your choice of the lot, each     $2.95
One Lot Tapestry Table Covers,
Half Price
Eight only, heavy tapestry table  covers.  2_ to  3'�� yards  long.
Green and cardinal grounds, with neat patterns. Prices are marked
in plain  figures.    Regular $4.50 to   $6.00.     Your choice at   exactly
half price.
One Lot Art Muslins and Curtain
Scrim, 8c Per Yard
Regular Values to 15c.
About IB odd ends and pieces   of   colored   nrt   muslins,   colored
scrims, white   and   cream   scrims, spot muslins, and lace edge scrim.
Widths 27 to 48 inches.   The lot,   per   yard 8c
30 Dozen Men's Fine Cashmere and
Wool Socks, 25c Per Pair
p~ Regular Values 35c.
This lot must be cleared out at once. .Men who care for a nice,
fine cashmere or a ribbed worsted sock will do well to step Inside
and secure a summer's supply. It Is seldom we have anything on
sale for the men. Our hosiery sections contains excellent values In
good, substantial hosiery and this bargain for the men folk is one of
the Indications of our efforts to please them. Sizes are lo to 11
Inches; in black, tan and fancy worsted. Regular values 35c. Sale
Price, per pair      25c
Clearing a big lot
of Summer Muslins
10c per yard
Regular Values  15 to 25c.
Last week we cleared out
a large quantity ,,f 0_
longths. At the Bame price
this week we place with the
few pieces remaining Borne
30 pieces moro, making them
all tho same price. There
are light and dark colored
gingham dimities and fancy
muslins. Your choice of the
lot at, per yard  10c
Women's Hosiery
35c per pair
Regular 50 to 75c Values,
Odd pairs of every description. Colored Lisle, lace
and plain, black Lislo, plain
and embroidered, and lace
effects. We must clear out
this odd lot before the end
of the month. All sizes. On
Sale, per pair  35c
-THE*
MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA
Head Office   -   Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
ESTABLISHED 1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
New Westminster Branch,
H. C Adams, Mgr.
Some Special Snaps
��� psg.flg  THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this property.    $390 each.  Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second atreet. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.   Term*.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Westminster Garage
CARNARVON AND SIXTH ST.,   NEW WESTMINSTER, &-C
NOW OPEN WITH A FULL STOCK OF
Automobile Accessories
All Makes of Cars Repaired
Prompt Attention to Tire Troubles
Cars Stored and Cleaned
CALL   AND   SEE   US
Phone 354
JOHN DOBSON, Mgr.
******************* ******* , ********* ** ������������������***J
Steamer Transfer wlll make Sunday afternoon trips to Steveston
during the fishing season, faro fl.
Boat leaves Westminster at 8 p. nv.
returning leaves Steveston at 6:.10
p. m. ������
The town was ns quiet yesterday
as lt usually Is on Sundays. In the
evening there were a few people on
the streets but during the day Columbia street was practically deserted, all the stores being closed and no
civic work ln operation.
The tire department bad �� _, jffl
terday afternoon to tho ern ^i
teenth street and Sixthil��" jpf
a small bush fire had WJ^ j
ered. No. 2 Are hall tw ,��� **
tho call and had no difflc"11?
tingulshlng the flames.
i.
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