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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE  ROCK," THE  PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & ' 0.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
ILUMB 6
5   NUMBER 144.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY  MORNING. JULY  19, 1910.
EIGHT PACKS.
PRICK  FIV    : 1ENTS.
AUDITOR
SUBMITS REPORT
les B. Cotsworth Presents
econd Instalment of Re-
bit of His Work.
council chamber was crowded
[ejjl  by citizens who wore anx-
o  heai1  tho  second   Installment
.  auditor's   report.    Tlie  docu-
when   it   was   read,   contained
ery    startling    statements,    the
Interesting  being  thai   be  had
thai   In  the list of  the city's
there had been left out  forty
,,. lots, which made a difference
Inost .400,000.
,,.��� Mr. Cotsworth made some of
[tatements there was considerable
use from the audience, and when
nlghed he was loudly applauded,
���ontiment of the ratepayers pres-
s most clearly shown when Mr.
iviirth announced thai he would
jieef any committee of the coun-
mt would be pleased to answer
u. si inns at a public meeting of
ouncll.
following is the  main  gist
port:
ive had  an  awkward  task, brls-
RELATIONS WITH JAPAN
SUBJECT OF NEGOTIATIONS
Commercial   Standing   of  Canada  and
Land of the Mikado to Be Discussed
When   Earl   Grey   Returns.
London, July 18.���According to Information received from Influential
circles, negotiations of tin Important
character, affecting commercial relations between Canada iind Japan, will
lie commenced Immediately after the
arrival of Earl Grey in Ottawa.
'l'he general oul line of th" negotiations have already been discussed be-
| tween   the  Imperial   authorities
Earl Grey and lion. W. S. Fielding
.lames Iiryee, Hritish ambassador at
I Washington,   lias   been   instructed   to
afford any assistance Canada may re-
' quire,
FIVE LOSE LIVES IN
BUSH FIRE NFAR KASLO
Flames Drive Men to Shel
ter  and    Suffocation
Mine Tunnel.
in
and
MAYOR   SIEDEL   PLANS
UTOPIA  IN  MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee,    Wis.,    July    IS.���Planning to treat  drunkards "pathological-
lly  instead of criminally" and to pro-
| vide   municipal   nut   groves   and   flsh
! ponds   for   tlie   relief   of   the   hungry
poor, Mayor Siedel Saturday night out-
I lined   reforms   he   hopes   to  put  into
of; effect.
The  mayor  declared   that "society'
 ,     has   poisoned   the   victims   of   alcohol
with grave difficulties and some i and taught them the habit thai should
feasant    features,   the   details   of be   cured   by   pathological   treatment
h  aie  better  left   unpublished��� and it should provide for their cure.
gh it  is necessary to record thej     With  this  in   view  the  mayor  will
that on several occasions my in-: urge tlie Wisconsin  legislature to en-
jatlon    papers    and    documents | act  laws hearing on the subject.
been disturbed and part of them j 	
,i.  thereby  requiring a  consider-; UNION OF CHURCHES
extension of my labors and pre-
3int; the completion of this report
in;., for tonight's meeting. Tills
ery  unfair to
WILE PLACE BAN ON
BIG FIGHT PICTURES
City Council to Pass Bylaw
Prohibiting Shadow Scenes
of Reno Affair.
TO BE INCORPORATED
Nelson, July is.���Word was received at Nelson last night of tlie
first fatality in connection witli the
forest tires now raging all over this
Bectlon.
At the Lucky Jim mine, near Kaslo,
on Saturday afternoon, live men perished, being smothered In one of tiie
mine tunnels, where they had retreated io escape the Are which swept
down tin. mountain side.
Those dead are: Colonel Peterson,
II. A. Chesley, formerly of Nelson;
Mine Foreman Norman, Lave Peterson, miner, and Edward Lucas, miner.
Tlie bodies of the first four have
heen recoved but that of Lucas is
still in  tlie mine  workings.
Frank Pinkney, step-son of Superintendent Becker, rescued several of
those who sought the mine tunnels to
escape the  flames.
Several mine buildings have heen
destroyed, but particulars are lacking.
Nelson was suffering badly yesterday from smoke, two large bush tires
having been started by lightning early
Sunday morning to the south and
west of the city. Reports of new fires
continue to come In hourly.
There will he no pictures of tho
Jeffries-Johnson fight seen here unless
some enterprising individual rushes
the films Into town and shows them
before tlie council has a chance to
pass a bylaw.
At last night's meeting of the city
council Alderman Smith reported that
police  committee  had  considered
WHEAT CITV RESIDENTS
GREET CANADIAN PREMIER
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier  Receives Address
and   Makes Speech  at  Brandon���
Tendered   Civic   Reception.
WIRE TROUBLE
AFFECTS sJOUNQL
the
the matter and had come to the conclusion that the pictures should not
be shown here.
He recommended that the city pass
a bylaw to prohibit the showing of
tlie pictures and moved accordingly.
Much to the surprise of the large audience, tlie council supported the motion
to a man. There was no discussion
on the subject and Mayor Lee forbore
from comment.
The  audience  gave  vent  to  mirth
when tlie motion passed.
Brandon. July 18.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier had a great reception here this
morning. Hundreds of people turned
out to meet him.
The premier was tendered a civic
reception at. the city hall and at this
function an address, proposed by
Mayor Adolph, and President Wilson,
of tho board of trade, was presented
to Sir Wilfrid, who addressed a large
crowd   from  the   city   hall   steps.
,,, ���   ���..          N'ew York, July 18.���Details of the
me as 1 have been plans of twenty-four Episcopalians foi
king
during the last three months
remuneration or even my e
an organic union of all Christians are
being awaited with much interest by
churchmen. It is expected that incorporation papers will be filed at Albany
today. According to one of those interested.   Protestants   and   Catholics
 m    w alike will he urged to join the movn-
iten the citizens during this in-; ment, which will be called the Chris-
ation as to the truth respecting , tlan Unity Foundation, patterned to
civic affairs, and locate the par-! some extent after the Sage founda-
prlmarily   responsible   for   the | tion.
��� question has been raised. "Why
���certain persons named in the re-
ainl  not  others?"
e answer Is, that my duty Is to
TO   AID   ENGLISH   CLERKS.
to
Merging Foresters' Offices.
Toronto, July IS.���Dr. Millman, supreme physician of the Independent
Order of Foresters, has been appointed grand treasurer. The position of
treasurer will be merged with that
of supreme secretary.
C. P. R. Earnings.
Montreal. July 18.���The Canadian
Pacific railway earnings for the week
ending July 14 were $1 1128,000, showing an increase of ISO",000 over the
previous week.
found therein.
bat  could   nol   be  done   without
in.    ihe   persons   most   to   blame.
Ilude In general lurm* would con-
the offenders and indict unjust
ilclons upon Innocent people; e.g.,
��� i (-treasurers been referred to
ifflcers   now   left   the   service,   tlie
.!���   works   superintendent   and)
is would have been suspected.
ers  have an  unquestionable
it to be informed of the names of |
chief offenders, and the responsi-
���   to decide  who  must  be  named
tu   light  of facts disclosed by this
tion     must     necessarily     b.'
fi e  I >   my   office   when   lt   is  lin-
ticable to name the many  minor
;,  some  of   whom   did   not   know
were doing wrong, whereas those
uthorlty must bave known better.
K&a their duty to know,
idermen or others were bound to
named under Section 'Jf>, so far as
5 bave broken their oaths of abne-
i"ii   by   taking   illegal   rebates   or
er pecuniary advantages, either for
nai gain or to benefit trading con-
���ns   in   wliich   they   were   privately
ested   alter having been solemn-
sworn   in  as  aldermen-elect   and
jnlng the declaration the
the effect that they would not allow
private interest to Influence their
duel In public affairs.
������ tins connection is is Important
bear  In   min 1  the governing con-
:i"iis regulating this report;   name-
thai in financial and all other city
civic law must rule.    That In-
ules   the   current   bylaws   and   the
i.iiation  required  for each  alder-
n t lect.
'i Mi. Cotsworth then read the oath
"Hue taken by every alderman.)
As the  imperfect   civic  system  of
Counting   failed   to   keep   individual
s  of   the   city's   accounts   with
litis or  individuals,   I   took  out
le following  rough  abstract  to  gain
practical idea as to the distribution
the    orders   given   for   materials,
es, etc., required for city purposes
icause those are factors which the
xpuyers   have  a  right   to  know  as
'ectlng equitable dealing.
''' y are necessary lor me to know
fore I can certify whether the tax-
,J'er8'  greatest safeguard  has been.
I.hily   enforced   by   the   mayor   and
dermen's loyal adherence to the sol- |
ami highly responsible declara-
I11" which each alderman took when
; ied to the aldermanic otlice.
Approximate abstract, to the near-
dollar, of the sixteen largest
";|l trade accounts paid by New
estminster city for the year 1909���
ranged in the order of their res.ee-
otals:
l!- C. Klectric Hallway  ..,.$22,352
Wiley Bros  17,!)81
Vanstone      Heating      and
Plumbing Co.
Royal City
��� A
('   C   Dunn   	
Brunette Sawmill Co.
Cunningham Hdw
Brackman-Ker
Dom, Wood Pipe Co. ..
���rapp &  Co	
H. T. K|,k  	
Schaake Machine Work
s"iall & Hucklln
ELEVEN ARE KILLED IN
AUSTRALIAN TRAIN SMASH
Railway Collision Near Capital of Australia   Maims  Sixty-Eight���Trains
Did   Not Telescope.
Melbourne, July 18. ��� One of the
worst railway accidents that has hap-
pene'l for some time in Australia
occurred on the State suburban line
to Boorlonga early this morning, when
eleven passengers were killed and
sixty-eight  Injured.
A dense fog, which prevented the
driver of a crowded suburban train
seeing either the signals or a standing train on the line ahead, was the
cause of the accident, although a spe-
requlred I cial inquiry will be held to determine
how  he came to travel  past his sig
nals.
The crowded passenger train
crashed full speed Into the standing
train, which had just been emptied at
Richmond. The accident occurred
during tlie rush hours of the morning
and tlie train was packed, hundieds
standing in the aisles. The engine
mounted the guard's van of the stationary train and the heaviest loss
of life occurred ln the first few
coaches, which were thrown off the
line and  badly  smashed.
The Injured were hurried Into special  trains on  the  other side of the
wreck and  taken to the hospitals at
I Melbourne,
Bul for the fact thai  the train was
| of the new steel type and too strong
to   telescope   the   loss   of   life   would
have been appalling.
Nelson, July 18.���Later news from
the forest fires in tlie center of this
district show dangerous fires in progress at Hall Siding, a lew miles south
of .Nelson, on the Great Northern line.
Two hundred and fifty men were
asked for to fight the blaze; fifteen
went out this morning and fifty more
this afternoon.
At Arrow Park, on Arrow lake, another big area is burning and a good
sized force is at work there.
The mine buildings at the White
water mines, near Kaslo. are reported destroyed, hut no further loss of
life has occurred In the district, in
addition to tlie five men reported this
morning.
A furious gale yesterday afternoon
extended the fire area greatly, and
ma 'e lire-fighting a difficult matter.
Many small fires are reported at
separated points, but so far these have
been fairly successfully held in
check. The general situation is serious.
All the women and children from
ri-mdon were brought down to New
Denver this afternoon as a precautionary measure
The mine buil "ings of the Rambler-
Cariboo,   near   Kaslo,   all
I addition  to those of the Whitewater
and Lucky Jim, already reported.
Tonight the Great Northern railway
sent out a party of about one hundred
men by special train to protect the
line between here and Northport, the
big fire at Hall Siding causing the
company much anxiety.
One big fire back of Toad mountain,
west of Nelson, that burned furiously
yesterday, has gone down tonight but
the glare Is still visible from tlie city.
Many greatly exaggerated stories
are going the rounds here, but upon
being sifted down are found to be
Incorrect. Still the situation
questionably serious.
Winston Churchill Introduces Bill
Give Shorter Hours.
London, July 18.���The clerks in dry
goods and other stores of England,
being unskilled wormen, have no effective unions and claim that they
have been sweated mercilessly by the
better classes of employers. They
have to work twelve and fourteen
hours a day and their wages are so
scant that they can scarcely make
both ends meet.
WiriSTon    Churchill,    secretary   for
home   affairs,   has   introduced   a  bill
in   parliament  to  help  the  condition
of the clerks.    The bill proposes that
they   sliall   not   be   worked   for   more
than sixty hours a week and that they
shall not he worked after eight o'clock
on  more  than  three  nights a week;
that   they   shall   have   the   Saturday
half-holiday  all   the   year   round   and
that there shall  he no Sunday work
except   where  the  necessaries of life
sold,
t  is probable thnt the Mil will be
passed, as the conditions under which
clerks   work   lias   heen   an   industrial
scandal for years.
Address by Archbishop of Canterbury.
London, July 18.���At the service ot
dismissal held at Lambeth for Revs.
W. H. Mowatt and H. S. O. Creighton
and two laymen, wbo are going to
Western Canada, the Archbishop of
Canterbury delivered an impressive
address.
Power Line Over Bridge
May Remain at Present
Height���No Remedy Yet
WILL TRY TO BEAT
WESTON'S RECORD
Cambridge. Mass., July 18.���Though,
he is sixty-one years old, Charles P.
Daniels, until lecently a Harvard
trainer, is today working with weights
and on tlie padded track in a local
gymnasium. Weston's transcontinental record, Daniels believes, should be
lowered, and he proposes to accomplish the feat. Daniels has not said
when he will start on his trip.
. i e
���'*���,
Cotton  Dispute  Settled.
London. July IS.���The dispute arising from the cotton masters' demand
for a five per cent reduction in wages,
in  which  a  truce  was  declared,  has
now been settled at a joint meeting
e Hammer-10' employers and operatives.    One of
burned   in I l^e   lea(ling   terms   of   settlement   is
that  neither a  reduction  nor an advance will be demanded for five years.
CHILD'S FOOT CUT OFF
BY MOWING MACHINE
Is  un-
St. Catherines, Ont., July 18.���A
horrible accident occured this morning by wbicli the four-year-old daugh-
j ter of J. H. Copeland will probably
lose her life. Her father was running a mowing machine ln a hayfield
when the little one toddled Into the
tall grass. The cruel knives cut off
one leg just above the ankle and terribly mangled the other.
OUTBREAK IS FEARED
BY SPANISH GOVERNMENT
Refuges of  Priests and  Nuns Are Being Fortified Against Attack by
Revolutionaries.
UNKNOWN CHALLENGES
HEAVYWEIGHTS OF WORLO
Australian Fight Promoter Is Backing
New  Star on   Pugilistic  Horizon.
Lure for Jack Johnson.
NATIVE SONS GRAND LODGE
ELECTS ANNUAL OFFICERS
Stilwell, Clute Is Named Grand Fac
tor���Mayor  Lee  Welcomes  Delegates���Evening   Banquet.
FOREST FIRES IN ALBERTA.
Millions of Dollars Worth of Standing
Timber  Is Threatened.
;     Calgary,   .
this district
|U'   ti
uly   18.���Forest   fires  In
are   assuming   alarming
proportions.    They are raging in sev
eral   places   in   the  foothills    of    the
Rockies, southeast of here, and unless
heavy rains fall Immediately millions
of  dollars   worth   of  standing  timber
will be lost. .
Fire is raging southwest of Priddle
today.   Chief of Dominion Fire Rang-
I ers   Margin..1   left   Calgary   Saturday
night for Priddle with a gang of om
10.184   hundred men.
..   Mills        4,795 " '
Qilley        3,776' ^m*.*.--*****
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3.408 | ���
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Milling
Co.
ks
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Limited       1 548
arson & Lusby      1.47H
r' were taken  out to test  for
Purposes  <of ithls   Investigation,
(Continued on Page Five.)
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8.0&2
2,1)34
2.308
2,390
2,137
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Strike on G. T. P.
Detroit. July lS.-Local trainmen and conductors employed
on the Grant! Trunk s stem
struck at 8:30 p.m. tonight
The assistant to the president
of the system. A. B. Atwatei,
announced that the passenge,
,,-alns would likely run according to schedule,
trains might be delayed.
but   freight
;������������������������������������������������������
Barcelona, July IS.���Great anxiety
over the approach of the anniversary
of the Barcelona riots of July Lt, 1909,
is apparent in government and police
circles.
The rioting began as a prot vt
against the prosecution of the campaign against the tribesmen on the
Kiff coast in Morocco. The calling
out of reservists to reinforce tlie army
was followed by a general strike, the
burning of churches and monastery
institutions and the shedding of much
blood.
Carlists and republicans are now
holding opposition meetings and the
situation is complicated by threats of
the workmens' organizations to call
a general strike.
General Weyler, captain general of
Catalonia, is assembling troops at ciit-
Ical points with the intention of crushing any outbreaks. The churches and
convents, probable objects of mob attacks, are being equipped with steel
doors.
Dr. Mclntyre Dead.
Chaidottetown, July 18.���Dr. P. A.
Mclntyre, former governor of the province, died Saturday night after a long
illness. He was born in Souris and
graduated at Laval and McGill universities. He was a member of parliament from 1879 to 1887 and governor of this province frftm 1899 to
1904. He was seventy years of age,
and leaves a widow and family.
N'ew York, July 18.���Hugh Mcintosh, promoter of the Johnson-Burns
battle, today issued a challenge to
the heavyweights of tlie world on behalf of an unknown pugilist. Mcintosh says the unknown will he named
by Corbett, who will train the fiehte-
Mcintosh states he will post $5,000
ns a forfeit, and hopes that Jack Johnson will accept the challenge. The
only stipulation is that the contest
be twenty rounds or over.
BIG   IMPROVEMENTS
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT
Prince Rupert, July IS.���The city
council is now advertising the first
street grading which will be done
under ttir- local Improvement bylaws.
Three short streets will be done flrst.
but the general plan for grading all
of Avenues One, Two and Three, and
all the cross stree's ln section one
will he ready this week and work will
start about the first or Annus'.
Five Foreigners Killed.
Nazareth, Pa.. July 18.���Five men.
all foreigners known only by numbers,
were killed this afternoon in the quarry of the Nazareth Portland Cement
company by the premature explosion
of a charge of dynamite. This Is the
same quarry in wliich seven men were
killed In a similar manner a few
weeks ago.
The Grand Lodge of the Native
Sons of British Columbia met yesterday morning for the annual election
of officers. Tlie result of the poiling
was as follows:
Grand Factor, J. Stilwell Clute, New
Westminster; Deputy Grand Factor,
W. C. Moresby, Victoria; Grand Secretary, Arthur E, Haines, Victoria;
Grand Treasurer, J. P. R. McGill, Nanaimo.
Grand Factor Sol Oppenhelmer presided at tlie convention, wliich was
welcomed to the city by Mayor Lee
ln a short address. Reports from the
grand treasurer and grand secretary
were read and adopted. They show
the dlffeent posts to be In a very
flourishing condition.
The following is a list of the delegates present:
W. C. Moresby, Thomas Watson, W.
A. Lawson, James Fletcher, G. T.
Fox and J. Stuart Yates, of Vicoria
Post No. 1; F. J. Stannarl, of Nanaimo Post No. 3, and J. Stilwell Clute,
A. W. Gray, M. J. Phillips and J. J.
Johnston, of New Westminster Post
No. 4.
After lunch at the Russell the party
took advantage of the Invitation of
J. P. Hampton Bole and went on a
trip to Coquitlam in his launch. Several hours were spent around the
mouth of the Coquitlam and the paity
was photographed by itself and
In company with some of tlie aborigines of the province.
In tlie evening tlie party held a
banquet In the Knights of Pythias li.m-
quettlng ball. Speeches were 'delivered by all the grand post officers
and the visitors were profuse in their
congratulations to the New Westminster post for their progress they had
made.
It was announced by some of the
speakers that the New Westminster
post took more interested in the affairs of the order than any of the
other encampments.
All the business of the convention
was transacted yesterday and 1 'St
evening many of the delegates left
for home. The other visitors will
leave today.
Outside of tlie auditor's report Uiere
was little husiness at last nightV
meetlng Of the council. .Mayor Ijta?
reported that lie had received word
from the provincial government at Victoria stating that It could do nothing
towards having the wires over tbe
Fiaser river bridge raised. The council seemed disinclined to accept that
as the final word on the subject, but
none of the aldermen could suggest
tiny proper course to pursue. The city
solicitor may find a way out. of thr-
difficulty, but in the meantime Sbm
wires will remain the way they are.
In speaking on the subject the aldermen seemed to agree that the present
height of the wires was a serious-
drawback to the desirability of th��>
harbor.
Alderman Johnston, chairman of the-
finance committee, moved that J17&
be paid James Croll In full settlement' .
of his claim against the city for damages sustained by liis automobile by
driving into an open drain on Front.
street.
Police Court Stenographer.
On the reconmmendation of Alderman Smith, tlie police magistrate was-
emplowered to engage a stenographer
for work in the police court whenever tiie husiness warranted it.
The city engineer reported that the-
proposed extension of the Columbia
street improvements would cost in the?
neighborhood of $07,000 and the report was left over to be considered at
a special meeting of the council.
The bylaws which were passed by
the ratepayers on Thursday last were
reconsidered and finally passed anil
ordered to b�� signed, sealed, and published according to law. The cement
sidewalk local improvement bylaw
was read for the first time.
Figures Are Too High.
The engineer reported on tha cost.
of paving Second street under the
local improvement plan, but the cotin-
1 cil thought the figures too high and
referred the report back to the engineer to submit an alternative scheme
which would not Involve such ar*
outlay.
The contract for painting the handrail   of   the   Lulu   island   bridge   was
let to J. Newsome for $500.
Communications.
The City band notified  the council
that it was in a position to give concerts   every   Thursday   evening.     Referred to finance committee to report-
M. A. Hod; ���-, proprietor of tlle Acme
Soda Water and Bottling works, which
has   recently  erected   a   building  on
Simpson stieet, asked for connection
with   the   city   water   system.       Referred tc  water committee to report-
A petition  for tlie improvement of
Ewen   avenue   from   the   Lulu  island
h'idge to toe city limits was received
anl   was   referred   to   tlie   board   or
works to report.
Cleveland & Cameron, engineers of
Vancouver, submitted a report on the-
proposed Eighth street sewerage system. Referred to the chairman o��
board of works.
F. J. Lynch wrote complaining that
the surface water had not been removed from lot 20, block B., and he
asked the council to look into the
matter. Referred to board of worka
for report.
Allan Purvis, manager of the B. C-
E. R., wrote respecting a stieet sprinkler.     He   stated   that   it   would   be.
almost impossible to get the car thU\
season but would be glad to go into -
the matter  with the city.    The estimated cost of the sprinkler ready for
use Is   .4,400 and the  city woull be
expected to pay one-half of that.   Referred  to   finance  committee  to take
up   further   with   B.   C.   E.   R.   company.
J. C. Bose, honorary secretary of
the Union of British Columbia Municipalities, wrote reminding the council
that all recommendations for discussion by the annual convention of the.-
union should be sent to the secretary by September 15. A re-quest for
fees was referred to the finance committee to act.
Tlie governor general's se-cretarjr
"otified tlie council of the receipt of
the resolution of sympathy on the
death' of King Edward VII. passed by
the council.
Corbould & Grant, on behalf or
N. H. McQuarrie. asked that Mr. Mo-
Quarrle be given permission to> appear befoie the council to answer certain statements made in Auditor Cotsworth's report. The let^r stated that
"    McQuarrie could satisfactorily ex-
Mr.
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Agree on Settlement Basis.
Philadelphia, July 18.���General Manager W. S. Meyers, of
the Pennsylvania railway, and
the committee representing
150,000 trainmen ^and conductors employed on* the lines of
the road east of Pittsburg, today agreed on a basis for the
settlement of the wage contio-
versy.
plain   matters.    The  desired  request
was granted.
Corbould & Grant also wrote In reference to Alderman Jardfne's connection with tbe auditor's report. The?
letter stated that the report seemed
to have been made on hearing one-
side of the case only. It contalnef
a denial of all the charges made1
against Alderman Jardine in the report and characterized some of the
statements contained in the report as.
absolutely untrue. Many of the statements were mentioned in full and the
denial  followed.
On the motion of Alderman Glllejr
the communication was spread on tke*
m
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(Continued on: Pa��B< Fire.) PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, jULY ig
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Classified Advertisements jREAL   ESTATE DISPOSAL Of II. S.      I Vigorous Hcaltti
���the power to enjoy to the full life's
work and pleasure���comes only with a.
good digestion.
WANTED.
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT IN Accountancy wishes situation for practical experience. No salary two or
four weeks preceding steady situation.    Address A, this ollice.
WANTED  TO  BUY���CHERRIES ON
the tiee.    Apply by letter, Box CC,
News ofiice.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office."    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
20  acres  on   Scott  road,
$1 lo per acre.
close  in, at
WANTED ��� GOOD RESIDENTIAL
lots. Centrally located with favorable surroundings. Close to car
Jine. Good outlook. State best cash
price and terms.  Alfred W. McLeod,
The   Insurance   Man.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Hest wages paid to right, party. Apply 201 Columbia stieet.
WANTED���AT ONCE, FOUR BXPER-
ienced men to run timber planer
and the matchers at night. Apply
Brunette Sawmills.
Two large lots close to store and tram
$;:im eacli; one-fourth cash; balance
,lo per montli.
i'OUNG LADY WANTS POSITION
as help with light housework and
cooking.    Apply M, this office.
WANTED���YOUNG WOMAN FOR
general housework. No children.
Apply 649 Columbia St. east.
WANTED���BOY    ABOUT    FIFTEEN
years old to assist delivering milk.
.Apply .Milkman, this ofiice.
WANTED���BOYS TO WORK AT
the Heaver cigar factory.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Ap-
-ply 125 Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
J.OR SALE���REFRIGERATOR. AP-
ply H. Oliver, 23o Eleventh stieet,
city.
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of
good fruit land two and a half miles
tram line all cleared und ready for
the plow;  $:100 cash. 1S1-A
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land: till cleared, with good house
and barns; 250 bearing fruit trees;
on good road. Price $4,0(10. Good
erins. 172-A
gold and silver N/yJBJ^ggpEpsjA
3��B!
Most of it Finds its Way
Into the Melting Pot-
Assay Office Sidelights.
tone up weak stomachs-supply the digestive Juices which are lacking-ensure
your food being properly converted into brawn and sinew, red blood and active
brain.    50c. a box at your druggist's or from oi
National Dru�� and Chemical Co. of Canada. Limited.        .... Montr..!.
Fort George Lands���20,000 acies���
being some of the hest land in Central Hritish Columbia, wliich Is being sold rapidly in large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars.
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street; 132x132 feet,
with small cottage. Price .3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot. size 54 x 120 feet. Price .1,500;
.300 cash, balance on easy terms.
(86-C)
N. W. '/. section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feet of
timber. No timber lease. $35 per
acre.    $2,000 cash.
^rSSm^SZ\^co^
Office:   Northern   Cr��wn   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FOR SALE���FRESH COW. SECOND
calf. Splendid milker. Patterson,
657 Columbia or Edmonds P. O.
���FOR   SALE���FIRST   CLASS   FRUIT
or dairy farm on 13. C. Electric. Only
$450   per   acre.     Apply   P.   O.   box
330, Vancouver.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE
First class board.    Newly furnished
rooms.    All home cooking.    Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO  RENT���FURNISHED  ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton stieet.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Ph��ne 680.
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
be sold by flrst of Au. ust. 10 acies.
all in Oats, Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. Nice Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery go with this place; and the
Furniture of the house. Right In
town, where you have both the tram
and Great Northern service daily.
Here is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home at a small
price, and easy terms. Call and see
us about this.
^HcElXlNGTO^BROSr^
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
TO RENT.
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���.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 ie-
tinned to Police station.
LOST���AN EAGLE WATCH CHARM.
W. Walsh, jr., care of Walsh Sash
and   Door factory.    Reward.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
ci^C^REsTDENTiM^^
sub-division, just north of Queens
park, on First and Colborne streets,
between Sixth and Seventh avenues,
from $350 to $700 according to location. V3 cash; fi, 12 and 18 months.
Very desirable.
MODERN 8-ROOMED HOUSE���
Piper forRSTzaou' evil "yFI aoi n
Piped for furnace, with barn, car
riage house, chicken house and run;
corner Seventh avenue and Fourteenth street. Four 66x140-foot lots,
till cleared and fenced; cedar hedge
in front and all kinds of fruit. $2,30o
cash, balance ($5,000) at your own
terms, will handle this fine residential proposition.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram offlce and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News office.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, 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 N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E.
���corner of Section li), in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; tlience south 80
chains; tlience west 80 chains; thence
north SO chains; tlience east 80 chains
to point of commencement and containing fill) acres.
Dated nt Ahbotsford, B.C., this Oth
tlay of June,  A.D.,  1010.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
District of New Westminster.
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 10.
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; (hence oast 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
chains to point of commencement and
containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
<lay of June, A.D., 1010.
T.   WALTERS.
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and Automobile  Painter.
.Lettering and   Top   Repairing.
.1014  Sixth  Avenue.
ALL KINDS OF FARM AND ACREAGE propositions in Surrey, Langley, Burnaby and Maple Ridge���improve:!, partly improved, and unimproved; dairy farms and small fruit
farms with dwellings and outbuildings complete; several fine sub-division propositions. For terms, free
inspection, etc., apply���
HAlTBROrifKEN^
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement General Bylaw, 1000,"
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 between Sixth
and Eighth avenues: also on both
sides of London, Edinburg, Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
avenues between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, is open for inspection at the
ofllce of the Assessment Commissioner in the city hall, New Westminster,
British Columbia, and in case the owner or any person interested in any of
the properties included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,
he shall, within the period of eleven
(ill days from the flrst publication
of this notice, give notice to the undersigned in writing of his intention
to appeal.
Dated the 27th day of June, A.D.,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication the 27th day
of June, 1010.
Treaties Will Terminate.
Tokyo, July 18.���Notices of tlie termination of commercial treaties one
year hence have been dispatched to
European countries, including Great
Britain.
Washington, July 18.���Amos Sta:e,
in Moody's Magazine, gives the following very interesting description of
tlie method of disposing of gold and
silver in   tlie   United  States.
Mines tind assay offices where gold
and silver bullion is received are lo-'
eated at  Philadelphia, San Francisco,
New Orleans, Denver, New York, Seattle,    Helena,    Boise,    Deadwood,    St. j
Louis, Carson and Charlotte, but only
In the first flve mentioned are refining operations conducted.    Metal  received and paid for ut tlie other insti-j
tut ions is subsequently shipped to one
of the first five for turning into coin j
or fino bars.
The regulation and control of mining operations may have taken some
of the risk and romance out of the
long and often fruitless hunt the pros-
pector makes when he feels the lure
of the quest forever calling him on,
but nothing can take away the Intense human interest that surrounds
the dealings of the assay office operated by tlie government, so long as it
continues its intercourse with (the
general public.
Pricing gold for a mining company
Is one thing, and tlie Interest in It is
chiefly in the history of its transition
from a rock-incase.1 vein located in a
mountain wilderness to a bar of the
finest gold, held for a time at least
close to the heart of Wall street. But
It is so much another thing, such a
tragic personal thing, to see one whom
you recognize at the first glance to be
a gentle person, enter this place
where is kept the nation's melting pot,
and lay down beautiful family plate or
wonderful gold ornaments, tilings that
have been treasured and guarded for
generations, and that now must be
sacrificed on the altar of misfortune.
A Variety of Grist.
While the mines of the country-
provide most of it, yet they have come
to be almost the least picturesque
among the many who trade, more or
less, in this metal. The shrewd, shifty-
eyed pawnbroker Is a most frequent
customer at the assay office.
Old jewelry that has stayed long in
the show window, but has never attracted a purchaser, heavy watch
cases that are too cumbersome to have
a value, except for the metal they contain; broken ornaments that are more
valuable melted up than otherwise;
yes, even gold teeth that men and
women sell for a fifteen-cent meal���or I
something to put them out of their
misery.
All this comes to the little, dingy, J
grey building in Wall street, to be stmt
j out again to begin at the top of prosperity and respectability. Then may
come in the dealer in wares with a
questionable history. No one lias a
right to suspect him, for many honest
men bring him metal to the assay offlce that has already been melted into
odd-shaped chunks.
Vet there can be no doubt that on
many a bright morning, queer lumps
of metal���"kings," I believe, tlie experts call them���are brought here to
be appraised that not longer than the
night preceding were taken from some
one's sideboard or dressing table,
while tlie owner was away.
But who could pick their silverware
or jewelry after forty pieces have been
melted into one, and where the design
and monogram have been completely
destroyed. And, of course, the light-
finger gentleman who borrowed them
never appears at tlie Wall stieet building. The next to come may be an ex-
ip'Vss ri'iie'.-;s��nger, staggering finder
the weight of a soap box filled with
the odds and ends a thlrtfy New York
jeweler has been saving for the last
several years.
Here are pieces of worn out spoons,
the top of a pickle castor, watch cases
I bereft of their works and with bent
and twisted lids, a battered fruit dish,
a silver teapot that has lost its spout
���all have come to be made ready for
another journey along the paths of
commerce.
Sometimes women lose much of the
natural sympathy one has for the uni
fortunate by making ludricous attempts to conceal the leanness of their
circumstances. But It is difficult to de-
j ceive the men who have to meet all
sorts of people under peculiar circumstances.
One of tho most truly pathetic
cases with which the assay ofllce has
ever had to deal was that of an elderly
gentleman who had at one time been
notec* for his generous bequests to
charity. Without an unnecessary
word, and with the dignity that ever
marks one of culture and refinement,
he found his way to the steel shod
window where all the world conies to
trade old gold for new, and produced
a very thin, neatly wrapped package.
Removing the paper, he handed a
plate of gold to the man behind the
window and remarked: "I will tako
its value In cash, if you please." Engraved on the tablet were words acknowledging tiie great services and
vast sums of money given to charitable organizations by tills noble old
gentleman, who now asked for Its
value In currency.
How little did the board of directors of this Institution, when presenting tiiis rich plate, think It would
some day pass from the hand of their
wealthy patron hack Into the assayer's
fire. Just another transaction, of another kind, In Wall street.
That
Pic-Nic
You'll   want   Wooden
Paper   Napkins
Che
p!altl
New Arrivals in
Ladies9 Blouses
,eap H
Cups,  Fishing Tae^'ril
zine, etc., etc. &l
You   can   get  th
**<��� all
A T
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House
617 Columbia Street
>|
MOREY
665���Columbia Street-J
New Westminster, B.C
SUMMER
UNDERWEAR
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wata
Manufactured by
J. HENLEYl
NEW WESTMINSTER, b, { !
Telephone R 113. Office: Prineettij
**martm*****i********r
I
I
How is your Summer
Underwear ? We have
just what you want.
Cellular shirts with short
sleeves, coat shaped.
Cellular pants to the
knees.
Balbriggan in plain, pink
and blue shades, natural
wool.
Deimel Linen Mesh.
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents   for   20th    Century   Clothing   and
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C.
I
Ready
Monm
K  GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAY|B ,
If you deposit your money !��|
safety Id The Hank ot Toroi.1
lt wiil be safe while jou leuj
It, and ready when you needf,|
and it will b��
AUTheTimt
earning for you three p^?r cenil
interest. Small or large iiral
may be deposited at any time.I
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,   Quebec   anj tla|
West.
CAPITAL
REST   ...
$4,000,0011
. 4.750.0a I
Bank of Toroni
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C|
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
i
White Star-DominiJ
Canadian Service
Attacked by Moros.
Manila, .July 18.���Dean C. Worcester, American secertary of Interior for
the Philippines,, was set upon by renegade .Morns on the lslnad of Palawan
tod.'iy and escaped assassination only
through the alertness of his body-
guard who shot down the oul laws,
killing three of them.
CANADA'S   NEXT   CENSUS.
Tlie next census of Canada will he
taken under date of June I, 1011, and
will embrace the subjects of popuhi-
tion, mortality, agriculture, manufactures, minerals, lisheries and dairy
products.
Population   will   be  recorded  under
the heads of residence and personal
description, citizenship, nationality
and religion; profession, occupation
and trade or means of living; wago-
earnlngs and insurance; education and
language spoken, and Infirmities.
Every person living on June 1 will
be entered on the schedule of population by name, ns member of a family,
institution or household, together with
place of habitation, sex. relationship to
head of family or household, and
whether single, married, widowed, divorced or legally separated. The
month of birth, year of birth and ago
at last birthday will also be recorded.
Entries will he made for each person to show the country or place of
Ibirth, year of Immigration to Canada,
I if horn elsewhere, year of naturalization, If formerly an alien, and also
racial or tribal origin, nationality nnd
religion, Every person of alien birth
who hns become a naturalized citizen
ls a Canadian by nationality; and
, every Hritish subject with residence
in Canada, as well as every native of
Canada who bus acquired citizenship
by birth or naturalization, is also a
Canadian by nationality. Bul there Is
no Canadian by racial or tribal origin, unless the Indians nre so eouniel.
Every person having nn occupation
or trade will be entered for It, but If
employed in the census year ut some
other occupation for part or whole
time he will be so recorded also. If
tlie person is working on own account,
the entry will he so made, An entry
is also required to be made showing
where the person Is employed, as on
farm, In woolen mill, at foundry shop,
in drug store, etc.
Wage-earners are entered to show
the number of weeks employed In 1910
ut chief occupation or trade; at other
than chief occupation If any; the
hours of working time per week at
chief occupation, or at other occupa.
at chief occupation; the loi.il earnings
at Chief occupation; th total earnings
at oilier than chief occupation; and
the rale per hour when employed by
the hour.
Entries nre required to be made for
each person showing the amount of
insurance held at dale of the census
upon life, as welj as against accident
or sickness, together with the cost of
such insurance in the census year.
Under the heading of education und
language records will be taken for
every person of live years of age and
over showing the number of months
at school in 1810, and If the person
can read and write, and the language
commonly spoken by each person. The
| cosi of education In 191(1 for persons
over sixteen  years of age at  college,
'convent  or  university  ls  also  called
j for.
The last question on the schedule
of population relates to Infirmities, It
, calls for a record of each person having an Infirmity. If blind, deal' and
dumb, crazy or lunatic. Idiotic or silly,
la record thereof will be made in tlie
proper column, and the age at which
th" Infirmity appeared Is required to
be specified.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 ton��.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   tons.
largest   and   most   modern.
commodatlon equal to any cr*
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply'��
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Pesign.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY   NOTICE.
All rubbish nnd garbage ">"st J
removed to the foot of SliY'%P
stieet and Fifth avenue, where ��
be burned by the corporal i
who im
Kind "I
Any person or persons
garbage or rubbish of any
any other street or avenue or '��' .
lane, vacant lot or public pn>l I
will be prosecuted under tl'e v I
visions of the Sanitary BylftW,
liy Order, S. J. l'|,;AI" t,.
Sanitary IMP**!
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders nt
The  Arrow P��*csS|
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, P'0'        L
near The Dally News Co., GOD Vic"  ,*
Street. ��� -;SDAY, JULV 19, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
font
Ip 8,
AND REGISTRY ACT.
_��� B 6 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
iiu-east quarter of Section 7,
Map 628, ln tbe District
Westminster, Cloverdale.
1_ proof ot the loss of Certifi-
Title Number 12454 F, Issued
���mine of K. T. Wilson Herald
B tiled in this offlce
is hereby given that I shall.
v nl ration of one month from
of the first publication here-
daily newspaper published in
0j New Westminster, issue a
, 0f the said Certificate, unless
meantime  valid  objection   be
me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
leglBtry Offlce,
Bstminster, B. C, July 6, 1910.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, George Beckett,
of Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. C, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked G. B.,
N. W. corner, planted at tht N. \V.
corner of Section 28. ln Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, N'ew Westminster District; thence east gl chains;
thence south 80 chains; tlience west
80 chains; thence north SO chains to
point of commencement aud containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of Juno, A.D., 1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
(LISH WATCHMAKER
j .Vatc'aes for Ladl��s from %'Z.lb
Waiches,   gents'   open face
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
[���r    Waltham   and     Klgin
repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
from Geo. Adams' Grocery
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Gulchon Building.
Phone  681
HAS SCHEME TO KEEP
THE GERMANS IN CHECK
Capt.   Thompson   of   National   Service
League,  Advocates  Compulsory
Training  in   England.
HOUSE BOTHA DECLINED
IS A SPLENDID MANSION
Residence Cecil   Rhodes Left for Premier of South Africa is Beautifully
Laid    Out.
I
PALMER
LSOLINE ENGINES
to
and
IB H.  P.
4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
stminster Iron Works
Inth
Phone
St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
A. CMV1PBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
HOPE   &   BARKER, Architects.
New Westminster - Trapp  Block
Phone 655.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
Given   on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
Winnipeg, July 18.���Captain Thomson, of the Queen's Boys, one of the
crack Imperial Cavalry regiments, and
the honorary secretary of tlie National
Service league, an ived in Winnipeg
yesterday. lie Is visiting tills countr>
to look up his llnancial interests, and
said that he was so satisfied witli his
Investments in Canada, more especially those he holds In Winnipeg and ��� be "occupied
Vancouver, that he proposes to mu-'
terlally increase them.
Captain Thompson thinks that the
National Service league, of wllich he
is an energetic member, will
The old adage that you may lead a j
horse to the water, but cannot make j
him   drink,  recurs  as  one  reads  the \
news that General Botha, the first pre- j
tnler of the United Colonies of South
Africa, has refused to avail himself of',
the bequest wliich was made by Cecil
Rhodes of a mansion at Cape Town to
by the holder of this of-
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
August 15 to 20
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
flee. Possessed of an intense desire
to see the map of the sub-continent
tinted red and to link up the Cape and
Cairo under British Influence, Rhodes
secure |(oreBaw t|ie union of the four colonies,
compulsory service for Great Britain, j ,lt)cj
Ile claims that this is the only way of
solving tlie problem of the defence of
the United Kingdom against tlie aggression of Germany. Captain Thompson snld that three months' training
for three years would make a man in-1 mountain,  lies  the  estate  of  Groote
'lis! Schuur, skirting the slopes of the
mountain. The name (meaning "lai ge
granary")   and  the  style  of architec-
years would make a mat
to  a   useful   soldier  and   increase
fitness for civilian life.
The   league   has  one   hundred
ami
mticipating that which today is
an accomplished fact, made provision I Broncho
for an official residence at Cape Town.
In one of the prettiest suburban districts in the Cape peninsula, over ail
of   which   towers   tlie   majestic   Table
���SDAY
,Y 19
TUESDAY
JULY 19
HARRY  TIDY, Manager.
fifty members In the House of Com- ture 0l the house are t)0th Dutch. The
mons and is making splendid headwaj  homestead, with its picturesque, red-
among all classes of the population, a 1 tiled  roof, its curiously shaped ehim-
large number of working men having inevs anc] w
become convinced of tlie Justness of
its aims.
Tlie visitor pointed out that if Britain possessed an effective force the
fleet, which is at present tied to the
shores of the United Kingdom, would
be free.
1910.
$30,000  IN  PRIZES AND  PREMIUMS.
Specially low rates from all points,
on railways and boats.
Exhibits sent as freight on Canadian
lines will be returned free.
Superb and unique attractions in
Speeding Events and Dog Show.
Spectacular "Fighting the Flames."
Busting Competition, Wood
Chopping Contest, Trotting and Pacing Events and Hunt Club Races.
Entries close August 1.    Write for
prize list and lnfoimation to
JAS.   ROY,
Manager    and    Secretary    Vancouver
Exhibition   Association.
LOST   HER    REASON.
Bank of Montreal
neys and white gables, its cool tessel-
ate.l stoep, and dazzling white pillars,
captivated the fancy of tlie great
South African magnate and statesman, who after renting it for some
time, acquired it for his permanent
use when at the Cape.
Bit by bit, the Hon. Cecil Rhodes
added to the estate, until at the time
of his death, it comprised the finest
park in South Africa.    Inspired at all
times by a sense of his stewardship,'banking    business    transacted.
Rhodes shared his estate with the peo-ters of Credit Issued,   available
OH YOU LAUGH HUNGRY!
RICHARDS & PRINGLE'S
Famous Georgia
INSTRELS
Are Coming to Town
Headed By
Clarence Powell and Billy King
The Beau Brummels of Comedy, and 40 others.
A Revelation in Minstrelsy
Oh You're Bound to Laugh!
|s On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store Thursday, July 14
the  daughter   with   relatives, j
as her horror of railroads would not
allow her to accompany them.
"Later on," said Petoskey physl-l
clans, "homesickness will probably j
overcome the dread."
pie and gave free access thereto.
When tlie estate was being laid out
he Issued 2M0 keys which were to be
presented to reputable citizens, but
when the gates and locks were all provided, he issued a yet more generous
order, to the effect that the gates were
not to be locked.    So the Inhabitants
Train Ride Worked Strangely on This
Girl's   Nerves.
Detroit, July IX.���A Cadillac, Mich.,
Bpeclal   tonight  says:     Her  first  railroad ride during her life of nineteen
years  so  worked  upon  tlie  nerves of
Miss Pearl Bloxon of Paris, that force
was necessary to quiet her before she
reached  Cadillac this  afternoon  from
the north.    Some  time  ago her parents, who now live two miles east of | of thp Ca,.e c;ure int0 ���,e enjovment
Pauls,   moved   from   near   Petoskey. |of pleasure grounds which  meant as
leaving   the  daughter   with   relatives, | much aB  Kesenfs park, with  its zoo.
to the Londoner, or the Park of St.
Cloud to the Parisian. Stalking about
on the slopes, separated from the visitor only by wire fences, are to be seen
^^^^^_ ithe zebra, tlie giraffe, tlie ostrich, the
The  prediction  came  true, and  to-. elandi and other anllnills which there
day Miss Bloxon stepped on board the  are on Uu,!r native heath.  in f;ict the
cars  at  Petoskey.    At   Walton  June only cageJ one ,g the king of beast8.
tlon she was screaming like a maniac ,     The  residence  is  situated  near  the
and refused to be comforted, attempt- entrance from the main road an.l, trav-
ing to jump from the window.    pe-ersing a magnificent avenue of stately
t eet ive  Elmer G.  Smith  and Conduc- > pines   Ule cab,es of the buUdings ���e
tor Stevens quieted her somewhat and ' vjsii>ie between the trees
a nurse going to Reed City assisted.;     The  manslon  la nol  iarge  as com.
The   girl   was   rational   on   reaching||paredi Bay> wlth u^ whlte House, but
here, where tlie twenty minutes' stop  lt is of that solll tvpe such as manv a
did her good, but  when the cars he- j ������Mynheer"  of  the  Dutch   East   India
gan to move again she became crazed | co,np.inv   woul(J   ,lavp   buIlt      It   pos.
: sesses  that  necessary  adjunct  to  all
South African
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu In London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and  Mexico  City.    A  general
Let-
wit h
all    parts of    the
'correspondents in
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received  In  sums of $1  and upward,
tind interest allowe1 at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present   rate).
Total   Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwhee'er
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
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G?��_Sg FITTINGS}
SHOW CASES j
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL- J
INGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD- ���
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI- 5
MATES   SUPPLIED ���
Westminster Woodworking Co. ���
once more.
m^_m -  ,, .  ���.. .lomes, statelv or hum-
Murdered by  Robbers. ,   |ble. a stoep-a word wihch is retained
Mason City, La., July 18.���The body by the English colonists. This stoep
of Joseph Lukes, aged 20, a baker., jg tl;ed and c,olunined and being deep_
wrs found in the brush near here last|affords a cool retreat when the sun-s
rays beat down pitilessly.
The interior of the house suggests
the individuality of its founder. Everything is substantial: halls and corridors are flagged; the ceilings, beams I Phone
|and panels are mostly constructed in
teak,  and  the  furniture  includes old
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows1.
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fli
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on the-
envelope "Tender for Piping System,"
Tender for Water System," and "Tender for Pipe Tunnels and Wiring;
|t Ducts," as tlie case may be, will be
received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noon of the 26th day of July,
11)10. for:
it) Air, steam, water and oil piping system;
12) Yard  water  system;
(li) Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with the Transcontinental Railway shops east of
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may be
seen in tlie office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ontario, and in the offlce
of Mr. S. R. Poulln, District Engineer,
St.   Boniface.   Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unles*
made on the printed form supplied
by the Commissioners, wliich may be
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must be signed andk
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Bank of the Dominion of Canada, payahle to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent (10 p. c.) of the amount of the
tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall .within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted!
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the saidf
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited-
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
1 The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P.  E.  RYAN,
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   ot
the Transcontinental   Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June, 1910.
'slit.    It Is believed he was murdered
iy robbers.
RUPTURE
SOME GOOD NEWS.
Mr. A. Claverie
The celebrated European Specialist,
who created such enthusiasm in Vancouver last week, is comnlg to New
Westminster.
He will be at the Windsor Hotel
on Monday (the 25th), from 1 to 9
p.m., and Tuesday (the 26th) from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
/ORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
************************* *************************
COAL
New
ellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
phone 105.      p. O. Box 345.
'ffl��, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
WEST BUYS STRAWBERRIES,
for
Eastern
Market.
Westminster
|ransfcr Co.
"I'loiie ua.      Barn 'Plione 1��7
Columbia Street.
flgage   delivered    promptly   to
��ny I)(,rt of tJl# cHy
[nt and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
Good    Prices    Secured
Fruit   In   Winnipeg
Toronto, July 17.���That tho markets
of the west, distant though they are
from   lhe   fruit   growing  districts  of
Ontario, present opportunities to eastern fruit men which are scarcely realized us yet is indicated by the recent
experience   of   a   shipper   In   the   St.
I Catherines district.
! According to u report received at
the fruit section of the department or
I agriculture, a carload of strawberries
, was shipped to Winnipeg from St.
Catherines   last   week.     The   shipper
| was unable to secure accommodation
from the express companies, and the
strawberries went by freight. I hey
did not arrive at Winnipeg for six
davs, but their quality was so little
Injured that they were sold at once
for 18.60 a crate of twenty-four boxes.
The net profit to the shipper alter
paving freight nnd all other charges
was |2.40, or ten cents a box. At tne
time the berries were shipped they
were worth .1.40 a crate nt St. Catherines, which means that the enterprise of the shipper returned him an
extra profit of .1 a crate on the car-
load shipment.
Don't fail  to go and  see him.
It is good news for me ruptured of
our city anl surrounding district to
hear of the coming amongst us of Mr.
A. Claverie, the distinguished European Specialist, who, dining the two
years that he has been In Canada,
has relieved and cured so many unfortunate sufferers.
The name of Mr. A. Claverie, and
the unexcelled merit and value of his
method and apparatus are too well
known now In Canada to speak at any
length of their superiority.
I shall only say that results are
away beyond all expectations.
Under tlie pressure of the apparatus,
carefully calculated for every ease,
the rupture Is thrust back. In its normal place, and does not protrude out
any more.
Moreover, It never displaces Itself,
owing to Its suppleness, which makes
It easy to wear night and day by the
most sensitive persons.
At last, this apparatus Is constructed according to scientific and medical
rules, so ns to render possible, with
certain hygienic precautions, which
Mr.  Claverie  will Indicate,
Dutch "kists" (chests) for which Mr.
Rhodes paid fabulous prices.
Among many Interesting souvenirs
of the history of the land are to be
seen relics from the famous Zimbabye
ruins, the elephant seal used by Lob-
engula, the Chartered company's flag
that Dr. Jameson carried through the
first Matabele campaign, and an old
drinking cup used by the directors of
the Dutch East India company.
Unfortunately, In 189ti, a fire broke
out and destroyed a portion of the
house, as well as some valuable oil
paintings and Mr. Rhodes' chest of
papers. However, the damaged portion was reconstructed and the original scheme or design was adhered to,
and now the roof has been tiled Instead of thatched.
Over the portals of Groote Schuur
Is a striking bronze panel representing in relief, the arrival of Van Rie-
heck, the first governor of the Cape.
BIG    MINSTRELS   COMING.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
661 Residence  Phone  133
Room
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy X Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
To
Colonial  Block
W. RICH
Teaming and Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
a
Richard & Prlngle's Famous Georgia
Minstrels, which appear at the Opera
house tonight, claim to have the best
company they have ever carried. It's a
large one, numheilng forty people, and
includes a large number of well-known
names of the minstrel field. There
will be a big street parade at noon and
Simpson's Challenge band will give
one of their pleasing concerts.
Among the season's novelties offered by this company are Moor, the
Hindoo Magician;  the Alabama Quar-
Itet; the big double Dancing Sextette;
j Wilson and Knott   the clever knockabouts, and the Filipino novelty, the |
'"Phantom House."    The scenery and I
natural | wardrobe  ls  all   new  and  novel  andj
the lighting effects are novel  on a |
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
This Is the company's thirtieth tour,
and they are making lt a memorable
one. Seats are now selling for the engagement.
and  definite cure. i
So It Is not surprising to hear that i large scale of grandeur
the method and apparatus of Mr. A.
Claverie have been adopted hy nearly
1,000.000 (one million) sufferers all
over the world, and specially ln Canada, and that the most, flattering testimonials of gratitude are sent ln numbers to the eminent  specialist.
No doubt that the unfortunate sufferers from rupture In all our districts will grasp this rare opportunity
to try this apparatus hihI this method,
which have brought health, life and
happiness to so many afflicted.
DOCTOR NAMY.
Abdominal Belts for women and
men.
Elastic Stockings.
Appliances for weakness and deformities of limbs and back.
The only ones of their kind In the
world.
Tenders for Steel  Pipe.
Tenders will he received by tho
undersigned up to 6 p, m. of August
I, 1910, for the supply of 1.000 feet
of 13-lnch diameter and 1.200 feet of
12-lnch diameter lapwelded steel
pipe and for 13-inch diameter flexible
joints.
Specifications and full particulars
can be obtained from the City Engineer, J. W. B. Blackman, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, July
6, 1910,
District of New Westminster.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not he raid for it.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. John Beckett, of
Abbotsford. B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
S. E. corner, planted at the S. E. corner of Section 31, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; tlience south
80 chains; tlience east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D., 1910.
JOHN BECKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19, in tbe District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tlficae of Title Number 5059F, issued
in the name of Allan a. Curtis, has
been  filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall",
at the expiration of one month fromi
the date of the first publication hereof,.
In a daily newspaper published in the ���
City of New Westminster, Issue a*
duplicate of the said Certificate, um-
less in the meantime valid objection
be made to ir.e In writing.
C.  S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, July 8, 1910.
COME BACKS, GO BACKS
AND ALSO STAY BACKS
Now that the ques lon "Can Jeffries
Come Back?" has been settled, local
guessers will have more time to devote to that still debatable question;
"Will  McCombe Come Back?"
The result of the last Vancouver-
Westminster lacrosse match suggests
the question, "Will Con Jones' bunch
of Imported star Easterners go back,
and how and when?"
"Can Roosevelt Stay Back?" ls the
question now disturbing many political minds throughout the United
States.���Alberni Pioneer News.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. J. F. Boyd, of
Abbotsford, B.C.. lumberman, Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and ln the following described lands;
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. B., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 24, In Township lfi, 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 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C.. this 9th
day of June, A.D., 1910.
J. E. Earn
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214 Sixth  Avenue
NEW WE8TMINSTER        :
B. C.
eggs:
Green Cut Bone to Make;
Your  Chickens  Lay-
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue-
PHONE  370.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY       NEW
��� PAGE FOUR.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 19
it id
ffJ
The Daily News
yabilabed by The Dally News Publlsn- ;
&ig Company, Limited, at their otlices, |
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria j
Streets.
ROOM .MAKING
1910.
AT
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Paige
agi
ng  Director
^LtW^.
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UNION jLjLAb
TUESDAY, JULY
19,
1910.
LEES LIMITED
MONTREAL   DISCOURTESY.
We have waited for thirty hours In
-.'he hope that some explanation would
.be forthcoming in regard to the very
^discourteous treatment accorded the
.2ar:rosse champions by the challenging
i_am trom Montreal. But neither
analogy nor explanations has reached
^President Lynch from President Find-
jftaj for the seemingly studied insult
.which lie and his team handed out to
vljeir hosts in this city, on Sunday, by
.-.absenting themselves from the excursion and entertainment wliich had
been provided In tlieir honor. It is
indeed difficult to understand such
-conduct on the part of the visiting
It etuo. We can only surmise that they
5ia,ve allowed their defeat on Saturday
Jlaengender the gall of spite.
Tlie people of Xew Westminster had
rtteeu looking forward to tlie aivent of
*he Montrealers in expectation of seeing a body of sportsmen who were first
.class players, and  in anticipation of
senjoying   a   really   good   game.     But
they have been painfully disappointed.
We doubt whether more unfair play or
rougher  attacks   on   opponents   have
ever been witnessed on the lacrosse
field.     Captain   Finlayson,    the   one
member of the team who should, by
virtue of   his   position,  have  set'his
men an  example,  was,  we  regret to
say, the most violent and unfair player of all.    His rushes from home to
defence with the apparently deliberate
object of crippling Xew Westminster
ttoys by kneeing them, was one of the
most vicious forms of attack we have
seen.   Three of our best players have
thus been placed hors de combat. Altogether the stylo of play (?) adopted
fry the Montreal team and their subsequent insult to their opponents form
an unpleasant contrast to the conduct
and   bearing  of  the   Tecumsehs,  our
���Riiests of  last  year, a finer sporting
crowd   than   whom   the   Xew   Westminster boys never wish to meet.
We are afraid the challengers of the
east did not come out to the west
quite for tlie love of die sport, but
rather for the sake of the gate money
they could secure by the trip. Whilst
the Xew Westminster boys received
the modest sum of eight hundred and
twenty dollars as their share of the
Sate receipts at .Montreal in 1008 for
fhe two matches, tlie visitors on Saturday will pocket a sum approaching
three thousand dollars for that day's
play only. Verb. sap. We cannot imagine that the .Montreal people will
feci anything but regret and disgust
at the way in which tlie lacrosse representatives of their city have conducted themselves.
Kvery odd Rug, every piece of Carpet, odd Buffets, odd Sideboards,
odd Tables, o.ld Chairs, o.Id Desks, odd Curtains, odd Portieres, odd
Draperies���all being cleared during July to make room for the
carloads of merchandise now on the way for this immense establishment.
Further Reductions on All Baby Cabs.
Big   Reduction   in   Table   Linens,  Towels and   Napkins.
s
OTH.SMI
^-^    i z^ i r**<t i t
rrELD
REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P.  M.
ALL GOODS   MARKED   IN   PLAIN   FIGURES
Walk through this big store at your   pleasure.    You   may   find   some
article marked to suit you.
We Furnish Your Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
Phone 73
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
716718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
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
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
'FIRE  RANGING.
A working agreement has been ar-
��1ved at between the Ontario government and the National Transcontinental railway Commissioners for the
paymenl by the Commissioners of a
portion of the cost of lire ranging
along the tracks of the railway
through northern Ontario. The Grand
Trunk and the Canadian Pacific systems already bear tlie cost of a simitar service on tlieir linos through the
Bame province. This timely action by
ihe Ontario government should serve
313 an example to the authorities at
Victoria, who up to now, have adopted
���a laissez-faire kind of attitude towards
this very important matter.
We believe there is some kind of arrangement with tiie Canadian Pacific
.and Great Northern railways in re-
,*;ard to the duty of lire ranging over
their lines in this dlsti let, but so far
as our experience goes very indifferent attention has heen given to the
work by these corporations. They
:.\rn, we believe, supposed to provide
/.heir own rangers, but it would bo far
more Satisfactory if qualified and efll-
r'Ment ir.en weie appointed by the gov-
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs I
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 I
soap, to which is added other purifying materials j
in just the right pro- \ I /
portions to cleanse \^'^/y^
easily, vigorously, "^ ^���'^"^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Natural Pongee Si
25c a Yard
Did you ever buy Pongee Silk at such a low price ? It sounds almost too
good to be true, but be here early if you want some or you may be disappointed. A snap such as this is will not stay here long, and the quantity is not
large,, being only about 150 yards altogether. We are crowded into small
space now-one of the inconveniences of improvements���and we are making a
special effort to clear all stock.    Don't miss this snap.
26 inch Natural Pongee Silk 25c per yard
Other Specials in Natural Pongee
NATURAL   PONGEE   SILK.
34 inch; soft, even weavi'.
Only a limited quantity of this
line. Regular 7,r>c quality. Sale
Price,   per   yr 50c
COATING PONGEE, $1 YARD.
Extra heavy weight coating
silk; natural shade only; 34
Inches wide. Extra special at
$1.26.    Sale Price    $1.00
$1  PONGEE FOR 65c.
Five pieces extra flne quality
pongee, natural shadi :\ inches
wide. A really Bplendld silk,
Regular $1 for, per yard ,., 65c
PRINTS   GALORE   AT   12'/2c.
The real thing ln English print;
almost every Imaginable pattern In
this showing and in light or dark
colorings. You can rely on these to
wash well.    Regular 15c for  ....121/2
LADIES' DRAWERS AT 25c.
A few of this special line still on
hand. Splendid value, made from soft
white cambric, with three or four
small tucks, worth up to 50c, for..25c
MUSLIN   DIMITIES.   10c   YARD.
Out they go. These are goods �������
do not Intend to have a yard of by
tliis week-end. All our stock of fancy
muslins and dimities, regular values
from 15c to 45c \>cr yard, clearing at
per   yard    10c
CHILDREN'S VESTS, 12' _z
Chlldren'B summer vests In all size
ribbed and plain. Fill the family net
from this special offer.    Any quanl
you require at, each  12' ;c
Drastic Reductions on All Sunshades
We are rushing them out in double quick time now, we need the money
and intend to have it.   Note these specials:
Regular values to to $5.00. going at 90c
Regular Values to $8.50 going at $3.25
Children's Sunshades regular 75c for 40c
KB���arag
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
ernment,  and  tho  cost   home,  cither
wholly or In part hy the railways.
of valuable timher has heen destroyed;  whilst the loss sustained by hush
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster;
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With N'o. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving N'ew Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. % Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and N'o.
1 from east; arrive N'ew Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Vancouver.
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The   careful   watching   or   ranging   ,lrCi�� ln ,,lls province lately must reptile railway tracks is very necessary, j resent   no  Inconsiderable  sum.    Our
A great many of Uncaused hy the railways, and it is but
forest fires are   timber is already In such demand that
the mills cannot keep pace with their
right that they should contribute their
fair share towards the cost of preventing outbreaks. Many dangerous
features exist along the lines in this
part of the country. Piles of dead
brush cut from the right of way,
bunches of old railway ties, parts of
dry logs and, other highly Intlamahle
material lie along the side of the
tracks, waiting, as It were, for a live
coal to be precipitated Into their
midst from tlie smoke stack of a passing locomotive, and set up a dangerous conflagration. If proper safeguards were adopted this source of
danger would not he permitted.
The terrible loss and suffering
which has heen caused in- various
parts of the Dominion and tho United
Stales through forest, fires this summer proves how necessary It. Is to
adopt every possible means to pro-
vent an outbreak. In Wisconsin and
Mlnnestota millions of dollars' worth
orders for lumber. Good cedar is getting so scarce that it is quite difficult
to obtain It In Vancouver, and in New
Westminster the price for clear cedar
has advanced to forty-eight, dollars
per thousand feet. Apart, however,
from their value for lumber production our forests are particularly valuable as a means of ensuring us against
the misery of drought.
TO-FINANCE REVOLT
& CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
Leader     of     Chinese
Looks to United States
Victoria, July IR.���Dr. Sun Yat Ron,
loader of the Chinese revolutionary
party, is coming to the United States
shortly to consult his compatriots regarding financing an outbreak, according to news brought by the Emprestj
of China.
The revolutionary leader was in
Tokyo, bul left .lune HI towing lo
Japanese; official pressure) for Singapore, where he wlll start soon for
America and Europe.
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 n. m    Dally
li0�� I>">   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Dally
11:00 p.m   Dally except Saturday
11:80 p. 111   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Dally
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:oo p. m   Mondays
8:00 a.m...Thursdays nnd Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p. in    Kvery Sat urday
I TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
Revolutionists   H'��� 00_J>. m.   Kvery  Thursday  nnd   Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland  Canal).
11:00 p. in    Kvery  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves New  Westminster 8 a. 111. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a. m.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.   B,  FOSTRlt,
A. Ci. P. A., Vancouver.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5.50,
8:00 nnd every half hour then after until 11 p. ni.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:60,  6:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. in.
Return  Faro:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at Sj
a.  ni. and every  half hour thereafter until  11  p.  in.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. 111., 0 a ni. an 1
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday  Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for VancouMKI
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. ni. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Van J
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 0:15 a. m. to 11 P &
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly hetween 8 a.  m. and 11 p. tt*.
Sapperton Line;���20 minute service, from 6:25 a. in. to 11:10 P'8.
Sunday   Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. in. and 11 p. ni.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSLLT0NS.
Prices  In  Rings  $40 to  $400.
These goods are the  BEST procurable ln Canada, nnd h; B rle:"
ure to show same.
HOWARD AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
THE
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Ryall's Drug Store
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVa.
OHIaTwEIVE      [iSi��� good sum
ARE TRAINING HARD in phizes at bisley smoot||
iateursHave Decided to
'in Next Lacrosse Match |
rrom Westminster.
Dominion's   Representatives   Will   Return With Total of ��890��� Victoria
Biggest   Winner.
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��� ia. July 18.���One week rrom
iturday on the local Royal Ath-
rounds Victoria will face the
, est minster senior amateurs in
s expected to be the battle of
ear in senior amateur lacrosse.
��� the Victorias are out to win and
it do so except by a deal of hard
which Will test the physical
tion of all tli0 lacrosse players
have the honor to he members
,. Victoria team.
. New Westminster team is train-
iard, according  to  mainland ex-
.. s   and   will   bo   out   to   avenge
feat   which   Victoria   adminis-
to   them  on   tlie   Fiaser   river
|b   some   weeks   ago.     On   that
Ion Victoria won out by a great
' in the last quarter, when they
fed  live goals to the  hitter's one,
nlng  out  by   the   close   score  of
goals to five.
uch   depends   on   the   game   one
k from Saturday as it  will show
t cnances Victoria has of winning
i.iitish   Columbia   championship
lie   Kilmarnock   cup   this   year.
\   started out In a  winning style
won   the   first   two   games   from
couver    and    New    Westminster,
ering hut a slnglo defeat and that
n Vancouver on the Terminal city
after the locals had suffered
rough trip on that good steam-
irmer.
ia Is out to win sure and all
. c t  is the support of the local
nd plenty of good sincere root-
cheer thorn on to victory and
ganUc Kilmarnock  cup.
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Bisley, July IK.���The total winnings
of the Canadians at Bisley this year
totaled CX00, as compared with SIK.W
last year. The Individual winnings
were; Private Blbby, Dundas, six
pounds; Sergeant Crowe, Guelph, sixteen pounds; Private Clifford, Toronto, liftcen pounds; Sergeant Eastwood,
Winnipeg, four pounds; Captain Forrest, one pound; Sergeant Freeborn,
Hamilton; sixteen pounds six shillings; Private Latimer, Toronto, four
pounds; Sergeant Mclnnes, Edmonton, four pounds; Captain McHarg,
Vancouver, ono pound; Captain Mackie, Guelph, two pounds; Sergeant
Morris,     Bowmanville,     twenty-three
pounds;  Sergeant Mitchell, Hamilton, j how far the letter and  spirit of the1
seven   pounds;   Sergeant   Russell,  Ot-'
tawa,     twelve     pounds;     Lieutenant
Rowe, Bowmanville, four pounds; Pri-
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SNAPS IN���
Port Mann, Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Langiey,
City Property and Houses and Lots. When we
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
$150,000 TO LOAN      ~~
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
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Submits Report
(Continued from Page One.)
Baseball Tonight.
AlertB and Balmorals will me >t
' In a scheduled ball game. The
e  Is expected  to  blow  at  (1:30 j
The  Alerts  are  now   a  couple
u ��� - behind the Maple Leafs and1
re  going to  try   and  come  up'
dei  again, while the Balmorals;
e  to win  tills  game  to make
table   showing   on   the   ball I
irl      Many   of   the   Balmorals   are!
town and they may have dlffl-
Belectlng a satisfactory team.
Vlerts team will he picked from
���������ing players:   Peele, McPhail. j
Jamieson,   Brown.   Class,   Sin
Fitzgerald, Reilly   Wilkie, Pou
t -'.aid, Robertson.
vate Steele, Guelph, twenty-three
pounds; Sergeant Stock, Truro, N. S.,
ten pounds; Gunner Sharpe, .Montreal,
flve pounds; Lance Corporal White-
horn, Toronto, seven pounds; Sergeant Bayles, Toronto, sixty pounds;
Major King, Bowmanville, eight
pounds; Lieutenant Mortimer, Ottawa,
seventy pounds; Sergeant Richardson,
Victoria, seventy-seven pounds; Captain Stuart, Vancouver, eleven
pounds.
The amount won for the team by
each individual was: Private Blbby,
eight pounds; Captain fitaye, forty-
three pounds; Private Clifford, eight
pounds; Lieutenant Drysdale, Montreal, thirteen pounds; Sergeant Eastwood, twenty-three pounds; Captain
Forrest, twenty-two pounds; Sergeant
Freeborn, twenty-eight pounds; Private Latimer, three pounds; Sergeant
Mclnnes, eight pounds; Captain McHarg, twenty-nine pounds; Captain
McKle, ninteen pounds; Sergeant Morris, slity-two pounds; Sergeant
Mitchell, twenty-two pounds; Sergeant
Russell, thirty-three pounds; Lieutenant Rowe, eight pounds; Private
Steele, ninety-seven pounds; Sergeant
Stock, thirty-seven pounds; Gunner
Sharpe, eight pounds; Corporal White-
horn, twenty-three pounds.
The official list puts Lieutenant F.
II. Morris, of Bowmanville. ln third
place in tlie King's Prize competition,
and not in second place, as was announced on Saturday. His prize mon-
en is consequently reduced. He gets
the National Rifle Association medal
and ��40 and tlie Standard of the
Empire cup for the highest aggregate
of any of tlie Overseas teams competing ln this match.
MAY   BAR  SUNDAY
BASEBALL
IN   DENVER
BASEBALL
American League.
'   I'-ston���                  " R. 11. E.
i       ���         4 '.i ;;
'             .'  9 12 1
\f Philadelphia��� R. ll. E.
po 2 5 2
t    ��������� iphia      r> 8 l
\-   New   York��� R. H. E.
Louis     4 8 2
���������-   ��� >rk   3 10 1
National League.
I Ittsburg;
flrsl Game��� R. H. E.
fttsburg       2 !i i)
ns'""       3 10 3
Second Gun ie��� R. H. E.
I        irg        4 1 0
I"-'""       3 8 0
At Chicago��� R. H. E.
I    igo       I! f, o
Irooklyn        1 4 ;{
'���' Cincinnati:
!     ' Game��� R, 11. K.
I'��  York   4 in 6
��� 'dnnatl     i;t 15 3
nnd Game��� u. 11. E,
Ie .  Vork         ,3 4 2
\              ���    :li  1 5 (1
kl SI   Louis 112 In.)��� R. 11. E,
*'                  3 8 0
ladelphia      2 lfi 2
Eastern   League.
\i Toronto��� r 11 e
lei'si -   City     7 13 ���>
��      '   ��       4 4 1
11 Rochester��� r. h. e.
Iniore       ,8 10 .
R'"' ester            ' 3 g ��
Montreal��� it. 11 e
1,"":,lk       2 8 0
"'   !|":l1 4 8 1
'Buffalo-             r, i'i. k.
'   idence      n 9 1
puffalo       ...... 8 8 2
Northwestern   League.
,A| Spokane��� r h E
ancouver      L 8* 8
'Pokane          ���> 5 \
'atteries-Qardner"   and " Lewis;
u''aly ami Shea.
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1 "tterles-Seackert    nnd llemcn-
''��� ��� Schmutz and Byrnes.
Standing  of Clubs,
mr , Won. Lost. Pet.
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,  411 41)      .561
-���,,,,,';'      44 4:i     .607
  34 68     .302
v Games Today.
Ta.2uver a( Spokane.
lac��maal Seattle
Denver. July 18.���Alderman Edward
R. Beck will introduce an ordinance
In the city council forbidding Sunday
baseball games. The passage of sucn
an ordinance would he a hard blow to
the Denver Western Ball club. Exactly what the provisions of the measure will be has not been decided
upon.
Hire Trouble
Affects Council
(Continued from Page 1.)
minutes and the newspapers asked to
publish the same.
Wade. Whealler, McQuarrie & Martin wrote to the council containing a
copy of a lotter written by them to
Auditor Cotsworth, asking him to retract a statement made by him in
reference to the double payment of
j an account due by the city to the
writers. The letter was referred to
the special meeting of the council
which will be called to consider the
audltor's report.
The C, P. R. remitted $4,366.40, the
amount   of  their   1910  taxes.    There
j was a small amount   which they dls-
| puted.    Referred to the finance committee for report,
I      Several   COmplaintB   regarding   the
'assessment were received.   They were
nil referred to the finance committee.
i     The     Canada      Foundry     company
I wrote regarding payments on the Lulu
island bridge.    Referred to tiie bridge
I committee to net.
1 A petition from several of the residents of Kelly street, asking for the
opening up of the street, was received
and   referred   to   the   hoard  of   works
I for report.
I     Accounts   amounting   to   $18,116.45,
made   up  as   follows:     light,   $2 399.-
61;     parks,  $24<I.8S;    health,  $33.50;
market,   $7.80;     police.   $71.75:     tire,
$1,184.36;    finance,    $f>7S.:s:i;    bridge
$!i.8.r>; library, $198.20; board of works,
$7,403.18;  flnance, $1,648.22, and
ter, $4,333.78,  were submitted by
different   committees   and   passed
payment.
The board of works reported that
the cost of opening up Colbourne
street, between Sixth nnd Seventh avenues, would be $620, nnd also recom-
mended that Brandon Btreel be opened
at a cost of $120; Unit the cost ol
regradlng and widening Regina street
would he $486; that Hie cost or renewing the sidewalk on Sixtli street
between   Eighth   and   Tenth   avenues
law was heing carried Into effect, as
I had noticed that one present alderman's firm in the hardware business
had only received $118 worth of orders
during 1909, whilst competing firms
i received about $3,234, $2,398, $2,390
and $1,470 respectfully.
Tlie comparative figures already
I quoted will suffice to enable taxpay-
| ers to realize who are mostly benefitting from city orders; therefore I
need only state that some of these
accounts for material, stores, etc., appear to be unduly high In price, and
express the hope that they wlll receive careful consideration with a
view to placing the city as their best
customer on the most favorable terms
���as otherwise, after the close of the
year 1910, it will be my duty to comment more fully upon the details when
reporting upon some of those traders'
accounts.
Over-payments to the mayor and
aldermen contrary to tho city's bylaws, the ledger entries prove that
the mayor received $750 In excess of
the salary legalized by the Mayor's
Indemnity bylaw dated 1895, which
fixed the salary at $750. As no amending bylaw was subsequently passed I
and he received $1,000 per annum during the years 1907, 1908, and 1909,
he Is sur-ehargeable for $250 multiplied by three, which equals $750.
(The auditor then referred to the
tines which should have been imposed on aldermen for not attending
meetings, but which in most instances
were not collected. There was no
amount for more than nine dollars
due from any one alderman on this
score.)
I submit that it is contrary to the
letter and spirit of the aldermanic
declaration for aldermen to charge
more than actual reasonable cost of
visits to Victoria, Seattle, Portland
or elsewhere.
Tlie excessive charges of $25 per
trip to Victoria are not warranted
when the cost of transportation there
and back is only $4.10 during the day,
I or including berth and meals with
j one day's hotel expenses in Victoria
only totals about $12.
I may state that when the grading
commissioners visited N'ew West minster thrice from Victoria for the government their charges only averaged
$12 per trip.
Similiarly the $50 charged by each
of ten persons (Including officials)
who visited Portland at a cost of $500
Is excessive when the return railway
fare is only $20.20.
These and others are being Investigated with a view to remedies being
applied.
I regret that it has not been possible to deal tonight with tlie financial
position of tho city but for present
Information may state that last year's
council   over-expended   about   $48,000.
The Public
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Before Building See Us, as we
money.    Also Complete   Stock
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
Place your order Now.
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Geo.
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Phone 92
CENTS A BAR
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Salmon Report
July 18, 1910.
Bellingham���Got   10,200   flsh    altogether, of which 2,700 were from Luin-
mi  and  the  balance  from  the  shore
hut that 1 have found the assets have | and gulf.    Did  not lift traps at Salmon  hanks;   too rough.    Seiners did
been   so  far  under-estimated���about
$400.11(1(1 had been omitted  in tlie water lots.   That enables me to increase
your assets by ahout $360,000 already,
and am satislled that if you cany out
^he re-assessment by which tlie city
can rightly Improve its position, very
j much more of real value will be added
! to your credit.
As showing tlie loose way in which
I the finances of the city were recorded,
Ito   the  city's   detriment,   1   flu 1   that
during the last  flve years the value
of    forty-live    valuable    water    lots
; wrongly excluded simply because the
[assessment    commissioner    in    1906
���failed to complete his assessment roll.
Beyond   these,   several    lots  of  land
owned by the city were omitted.
The report was laid on the table
to be considered at the special meeting to be held after the last install-
w*'\ ment of the report of the Investigation
0,6 into the financial affairs Is submitted.
At the conclusion of his report the
auditor asked leave to make a few
remarks, and then explained that he
had made a mistake in stating that
the city solicitor had not handed back
$17 wliich ho had been overpaid. He
stated that everybody was liable to
make a mistake and he had made one
there because the treasurer had not
noted on the account, as he should
bave done, that the $47 had been returned.    The money was credited but
for
not fish.
Anaeortes���Got 5,000 flsh altogether
yesterday. Seiners reported doing
little.
Vancouver Cannery ��� Thirty-two
boats averaged nine Saturday morning.
Brunswick Cannery���Got about 300
flsh Saturday.
St. Mungo Cannery���Got very few
flsh.
British Columbia Cannery ��� Boats
averaged twelve Saturday.
Phoenix Cannery ��� Got about 500
flsh  Saturday.
Imperial Cannery���Got about 900
flsh Saturday.
Scottish-Canadian Cannery ��� One
boat brought in forty-four nnd another
twelve fish this morning. Very few
flsh Saturday.
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would be (296; that balance of DlK" wa. put down ns a separate transac-
ham street be cleared and rough grad-1 tjon .uui hence the mistake had
ed  at  a  cost  of  $186;   Hint   a  street  ,irison.
sprinkler  he   purchased   at   a   cost Of. ���	
$600,  and  1 hai   a  sweeping  machine
at  a cost of $u:r, be purchased.     I'M
report was adopted.
Try a "Want" n<
will bring results.
in
Tlie News   lt
as
Will Help Criminals.
London, July IS.���Speaking
here yesterday, General Booth
said the Salvation Army was
leading the world in the treatment of the criminal classes.
During the coming week, he
would Interview representatives of the leading colonies
with a view to taking under the
wing of the army hundreds, lf
not thousands, of criminals.
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0 GIFTS 0
Selected at Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined caste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes, Spoon Trays, Bon Bons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE  in   great   variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
Dominion
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
INSURANCE
THAT INSURES
The days of "Shall I Insure?" are now calendared in "Unbusinesslike Methods of the Past." Today the consideration is: "How Strong
Is the Company?"���"Who Guards Its Welfare?"���"What Are Its Records With Conflagrations?"
I not only offer you insurance in companies whose records are
foremost In these respects, but your choice in the best of them.
Many people spend their Money and Energy in building a splendid house and then gamble with Providence on its safety until
sold. Are you one of them? Or are you one of the Safe, Sane, and
Progressive Business Men that insure it?
ALL    KINDS   OF    INSURANCE   WRITTEN   AT   LOWEST   RATES.
ALFRED  W.   McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.    ��Phone 62
I'i PAGB SUL
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
SUCCESS
IN---
BUSINESS
TO be successful in business,  to establish,
maintain, and keep it on a firm basis
three things are essential to that end :
FIRST���Thorough knowledge of the business you are about to undertake, and, of
course, the necessary capital.
SECOND���Good location, ample facilities to
receive fresh stock and a well-kept, clean
store, having nothing but the best in quality
of dry goods, drugs, groceries, hardware, or
whatever the nature of your enterprise may
be.
THIRD���Tell the people that you are doing
business by Advertising in The Daily News.
Talk to them; get them interested; gain their
confidence in your ability to supply their wants
as efficiently as any store in Vancouver. Back
up your statements by showing them the
goods. Don't exaggerate their quality or excellence; give plain straight talk, otherwise
you will lose the confidence and goodwill of
your patrons, both present and prospective,
and don't blame them if they go elsewhere
for their shopping.
WHY NOT TRY AN AD. IN
The D
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Of GREAT BRUM
Provisions For Expulsion of
Undesirables- Odd Situations Occasioned.
three services on Sundays and excellent hymns practically determines
those who have been to prison before
what their religious faith will be. Silence is the rule In prison, and lf the
noble lord were to go to a prison
church and hear a thousand prisoners
singing he would hear Ihe best hymn
singing ho has ever listened to.
"Why Is it so sincere, so well done,
so  loud?    Because  those  who  know
how to do It use Ihe singing as an opportunity  for conveying  messages  to
each other which they could not have
jdone if there were fifteen .Methodists,
The British Aliens act is now In the! twenty-two   Roman   Catholics,   three
spot light.   It seems many remarkable
PresbyterlanB, and a warder watching
(things have heen done.   Aliens have every  movement   of  each   particular
jS'tSd^
NOT.CE JOCONTRACT0H
Sealed Tenders mTt_a��,
derslgned,  and  marked!?. Hi
lope "Tenders f,���- Bew.r��  "1(f %l
reived  at   the office of th*1!!1*!
sioners of the TranscontwNI
way, at Ottawa, Ontari"ft1
o clock noon of thf 2fith aH|
1910, for the excavation  c,,f0,^l
and completion of a mai,,    tr%1
for the  Winnipeg ,im���'u ?����2L
Section 5, Tp. nf RaZ8/'>���
line of the National   .>,,,/''^H
Railway, abou, six ��� ..������   *��<���
nlpeg, extending from the ������,   ��W
and terminal yard i,, ,h(. gein   ""tT
want lt to another who does. That ls
whv ninety per cent of these people
sav they are 'Church of England.'"
MAIL  SERVICE.
isengers.   Hut the climax of absurdity,
it is said, is reached in a white paper
{just, published, under the title of "A
Statement with Regard to the Ex-
| plosion of Aliens." Section 3 of the
I act provides that an alien is convicted
of an offence for which be Is liable to
ibe  sentenced   to   imprisonment   with-
���oul lhe option of a line, tlie court may
i recommend his expulsion either in
'addition to or in lieu of sentence. Tlie
j white paper refered to states that out
jof the 1,378 persons against whom expulsion orders were made during tlie unless otherwise stated are de-
r j four years 1906-1909, sixty-four, or; spatched and received dally except
11 slightly more than four per cent were , Sunday. Tlie only mails despatched
: in the year 1909 found In the Tinted'and received Sunday are the O. N. it.
Kingdom in contravention  of the or-1south and C. I'- R. east mails, not in-
| der.     Of   these,   forty-eight   receive I  eluding way mails, Bapperton, Fiaser
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster postolllce and hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, be-
for  the actual   despatch.    All   mails.
i'lans   and   Bpecilli
seen lu the Offlci
'tioiiB
may
til
at  Ottawa
Mr. s. K
sentences of imprisonment for that offence, with or without punishment for
IJ Other  offences  also:   and   sixteen   received sentences for other offences of
| such a substantial character as to ren-
I der  separate  sentences  for  the  contravention unnecessary.   Then follows
'the following curious statement:    "In
|one case, further inquiries and infor-
! mation  not available In  tlie  first  in-
Mllls and Coquitlam.
Mails  Despatched.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C.  Electric railway.
First C.P.R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The   mail   for Abbotsford   and   di
stance established the Hritish nation-1 Met, Clayburn and district, Munting-
allty of the prisoner, who was. there- don an(1 district, and Matsqui are de-
fore, liable to no penalty for being In spatched by way of Vancouver.
Die United Kingdom." What this! 8 a.m.���Hlaine and Seattle. In-
means is that a Hilton must unlaw- eluding all U. 8. points east and south,
fully have been expelled from the and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Has-
country in tlie first instance. He re- elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
turned, and then, apparently, was ar- Saturdays.
rested again on the charge of being I A" Surrey malls are received from
found in his native country. Next, the Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
further Inquiries that are made estab-' zelmere and Fernridge, which arrive
lish his Hritish nationality, and then ��n the },��rt Gulchon train on Tin is-
the white paper calmly states thai d^'8' Thursdays, and Saturdays.
the victim of this bungling is "liable 11:0�� n.m.���Vancouver. Victoria and
to no penalty for being In the United I Central I'ark, via B. C. Electric rail-
Kingdom." Another part of the docu- \
ment contains  the  statement   that  in :
j nineteen   cases   recommended   for  ex- !
��� pulsion it was determined not to make
deportation  orders.      In  four of  the
' cases the prisoners "proved on further
inquiry to he Hritish subjects."
A pantomimic element, however, is
I introduced  into the situation  by  the
! statement that "in one case the alien
{could not be expelled, as he had oh-
j talned   release  from   his  original   nationality and had acquired no other."
j The question arises:     What is to be
done with au alien who belongs to no
nation?
In regard to the danger of Britons
| being mistaken for foreigners and excelled, it must be remembered that it
j is not only criminals who are liable,
under the Alien act, to llie expulsion
penalty.   Deportation may be ordered
Mails  Received.
8:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
including I". S. matter, and also
(except Tuesday) via B. C, Electric
railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:15 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N.  R.
8:30 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
12:00 p.m.���C. P, R   east.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.n..���East Burnaby by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:15 p.m.���Hlaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points.
7:00 p.m.���Revelstoke local  and C.
"'"���f '���"���^W o�� the CoSSSS
Ont., and In ,:.   ,
Poulin, District Pn^i
St.  Boniface, Man. '"slll��
Persons tendering are m-u- *
tenders will no. be ���%_$**
made on the form suppu* ft
(ominissloneis, which may i *���
on application to tho Chief Pni^l
at Ottawa, or to the Ul ������������ '*|
at St. Boniface, Man, e"F
Each   tender   mui I   be  i   ���  i
sealed by all the partle   ���
and witnessed, and bi   iccompanS
an   accepted   cheque  oi   ..     "..'
Hank of the Dominion of Cai
able   to   the   order  ol   the CmS
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way, for the Bum equal tn
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Any   person   whose   tender
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ing of the contract.
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By order.
P. E   RYA}
Secreli
The Commissioners of the Tran . .5-1
nental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July -   1910
Newspapers insert lni; tl I i'hen ..I
ment without authority from t |
missioners will not be paid
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
for being in receipt of poor relief, or  p. R   inU,niiediate points
i wandering without any visible meail3
| of subsistence.
wav.
or even for living ln ,    i:30 p.ni.-Ptrawherrv
I insanitary conditions due to overcrowding. It is interesting to note that
ithe home secretary  ha.s appointed  a
j departmental committee to make pro- polntg   Kast Burnabj
|posals for his assistance in exercising
i the powers he possesses towards pro-
i viding a receiving bouse for aliens
detained in the port of London under
the Alien act.
BURNS    ON    PRISON    DAYS.
During a debate on the Census bill
I in the British House of Commons Hon.
J.lohn Burns indulged in some prison
' reminiscences in reply to an ameiid-
i ment demanding a religious census.
W. Jones said that if there were a
| religious census people who were in-
j different would put themselves down   I
i as   Anglicans   because   that   seenjed
more "genteel."  He cited  the latest!
| .prison  statistics,  which  showed   that
,. criminals i:i prison on March 28, 1006, i
'classed themselves as follows:   Salva- (
' tionists,   11;   Congregationalists,   63; j
i Baptists   132;   Methodists,  496;   Pies-;
byterlans, 1,503;  Roman Catholics, 6-1
370, Anglicans, 10,233.
1     What he wanted to know, said Lord j
j Hugh   Cecil,   was   what   people   called I
j themselves.     Those    who    had    con-I
I scientious  objections   need   make   nol
j return.    The  Hon.   member  for Car- j
marthen said:    "We know what hap- I
| pens in prisons.   The vast proportions |
I of prisoners retrun themselves as be-
j longing to the Church of England. Do
you   say  all   these   people   belong  to
the Church of England?"
The difficulty out of prisons would
not be so great as It was within. It
was reasonable to suppose that the
standard of religious convictions was
lower in prisons than it was outside,
but tbe burglar was as much entitled
to have his Anglican Collects as the
murderer was to have his extempore
prayer.    (Laughter.)
They might be very bad Anglicans,
but it was reasonable to say that If all
these people put themselves down as
belonging to the Church of England
they did not want to upset the ancient
relations of church and stale. (Laughter.)'
Mr. Burns, rising from the treasury
bench, recalled the days he spend in
goal for his part in the Trafalgar
Square riots.
"Lord Hugh Cecil has never been in
prison"���(laughter)���he said. "I have.
I remember when I was about to be
asked with Mr. Cunnlnghame Graham
what my religious belief was, before
we had time to reply a man standing
near���he bad been there before���suggested 'Church of England, John.'
(Loud laughter.) I looked at him.
Befoie I could ask why he said:
'Three services on Sunday and excellent hymns.'
"The   simple   fact   that,   there   are
Hill. Tim
herland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30  p.m.���Ladner  nnd  down   river
Queensboro and
Burquitlam, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via O. N.  R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells, daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bun Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Binnaby
Lake, via B. C. Electric railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle. Including al!
TJ. S. points, east and south, via the
G. N. R. "Flyer."
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In a dally newspaper pi bllslieil in Njj"
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Dated at tho I - nd Registry Office,
New Westmln-te,-, r-(, ince 0* HrftlsS
Columbia, this .'0th aay of April, *>
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
I Istrict Registrar-
To Cnnada Permanent Loan & &*
lngs Co.; Oppenhelmer Bros ''������
Liability; G. W. Lelsbman; J. W. h'"1
ton.
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Westminster,  B.  C,  under  the
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
district of New Westminster.
l-w Westminster Land District.
Il e notice that I, R. A. Tretheway,
\ .lord, B.C., lumberman, in
,��� apply to Hie Chief Commis-
i. of' lands at Victoria, B.C., for
tnse to prospect for coal and pe.
(,,i and in the following de
(cil lands:
tninenclng  at  a  post  marked   R.
\    W.   corner,   planted   at  the
corner of Section .;��. in Town-
,   .Municipality of Sumas, New
tminster District;   tlience east 80
thence south HO chains; thence
mi   chains;     tlience     north   Hit
in point of commencement and
klning 640 acres.
ated 'it Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
of .lune, A.D., 1910.
K. A. TRETHEWAY.
[District of  New Westminster.
lew Westminster Land District.
I e notice that I, Alexander Jobn-
,f Ahbotsford, B.C., lumberman.
,1 to apply to the chief Commis-
: nf Lands at Victoria, B.C., for
nse to prospect for coal and pe-
mi on and ln the following de-
(1 hinds:
nmenclng at a post marked A. J.,
corner, planted at the N. E. cor.
(f  Section   80,   In   Township   U
Kclpality of Sumas, New Westmln
District; thence south 80 chains;
west 80 chains;   thence north
c hains;   thence east  80 chains  to
tt  of commencement and contaln-
K40 acres.
[ted at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
June.  A.D.. 1910.
ALEXANDER   JOHNSTON.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, ,1. A. M .Gowan
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, in-
tend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands al Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. Med., s. W. corner, planted at the
8. W. comer of Bectlon 33, In Township 19, Municipality of SumaB, New
Westminster District; tlience north
80 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; tlience west
so cliains to point of commencement
and containing 640 acres.
Dated ai Abbotsford, U.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D.,  1910,
J. A. McGOWAN.
EPSO
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acre.   Cleared Blocks at $450 per acre.
M. G. MORRISON & CO.
Phone 6730.      536  Hastings St., Vancouver, and from New Westminster, Agents.
r
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Reserves    	
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^_
PRAISE FOR SHACKLETON
FROM FRENCH EXPLORER
Dr. Charcot Discusses Recent Trip to
Antarctic  Ocean���He   May
Try  Again.
Something Unlqu* is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
Tor
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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-
WEIRD MISTAKES MADE
IN EMPIRE DIRECTORY
Calgary Sti 1,1 in N. W. T., Edmonton Is
in Alberta, B. C. Is in Victoria���
Other   Strange   Mistakes.
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
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New Westminster to New Westminster
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A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at  B.  C.  E. R. ticket office nnd on board steamer.   Electric ears leave Steveston every bour  (on the half-hour)  for Vancou-
See the  Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Hound trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
Dr. Jean Charcot is resting from the
tolls of south sea exploration in his
charming villa at Neilly-sur-Selne.
"One of my pleasantest memories of
the south pole expedition," Dr. Charcot said, "was the greeting which I
received at Monte Video in the middle of March from tlie English cruiser
Amethyst. A welcome was run up at
the mast and all the officers came
aboard and placed themselves at our
disposal, and Capt. Webb invited us to
dinner. At Guernsey also our welcome was most kind. Nor can I ever
forget that when my first dispatches
giving the results of my expedition,
but in order to avoid expense, very
short, were sent, Shackleton rendered
us the immense service of explaining
them, placing at our service his un-
equaled knowledge. It is to him that
we owe the enthusiasm which our results evoked in France.
Dr. Charcot has formed no opinion
on the Peary-Cook controversy, but he
believes Peary reached the North pole.
"Of course, when I say the pole I
mean within a hundred miles of tt, for
it stands to reason tbat you cannot
plant your flag exactly at the north
pole when it is a shifting Ice field,
here today and gone tomorrow. With
the south pole the case is different. It
is a continent and one might well
amuse one's self witli planting the flag
exactly at the south pole, always supposing tbat the apex of the pole is not
situated, as it well might be, in a crevasse or on an inaccessible peak. If
Scott gets wll bin a radius of fifty
miles of the south pole he may consider that he has discovered the south
pole and planted his flag there. I see
no reason why lie should not succeed,
he has everything in his favor���hut he
Is  in  the hands of fortune.
"To show you how largely it must
be a matter of good or ill fortune, I
will give you a personal experience.
We were in a bay which we had discovered and which I have named Marguerite, after my wife. Everything
seemed quiet and we were preparing
j for an expedition on the ice. There
was a small iceberg about 500 yards
from the Pourquol Pas. Two of us had
heen out in a boat to take soundings
and make observations on the berg itself only a few hours before. I was
writing in my cabin���it was about
eleven-thirty at night���when suddenly
a tremendous roar was heard. I
sprang on deck to find that the iceberg was capsizing. It was coming
straight towards us rolling on its axis,
big slices breaking off as it advanced.
By the rarest of good fortune we had
steam up. I signaled to the engineer
who fortunately understood my gesture to go full speed astern, at the
same time ordering the crew to slip
the cables. On came the berg passing
clear over the spot wnere we had been
moored to the ice a few seconds before. So narrow was our escape that
it smashed one of our boats and a
lump of the iceberg broke off and
wedged itself under the bowsprit,
where we kept it for nearly a week.
If we had been in bed, with only
ordinary lookout on deck that would
have been the last ever heard of us
and the Pourquio Pas. That shows
what the unforseen means in south
pole exploration.
"Will you go to tbe south pole agin"
he was asked.
"Not for the present. But the south
pole, like ihe east, has its fascination."
CROWDS   WATCH    LOBSTERS
Calgary, July IS.���-One would think
that anyone issuing a directory of
the British Empire, which makes a
pretence of giving exact information
in regard to the overseas dominions,
would have at least a fairly accurate
knowledge of the geography of the
Dominion of Canada. The secretary
of the Calgary board of trade has received some sepcimen pages of "The
Chamber of Commerce Directory and
year book of the British Empire" edited by Charles Eyre Pascoe���issue
for 1911, 7s 6d. with a request that
the Calgary board take a number of
copies. The pages devoted to Canada
are headed "British North America"
although that name was dropped as
the designation of the Dominion over
forty years ago.
A number of amusing inaccuracies
occur in the list of towns and cities.
British Columbia is placed in Victoria,
while Vancouver is put down as being
in. British Columbiai Calgary and
Regina are still in the N. W. T., while
Edmonton is in Alberta and Qu'Ap-
pelle  in  Asslniboia.
PRIZE   FIGHT   PICTURES.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Painting.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. m. of the 18th
July, 1910, for painting the handrails
of the Lulu Island Bridge. Specifications und forms of tender can he obtained   from   the  City   Engineer.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, July fi, 1910.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tbe
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemoer, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR BVEttY
kind of job printing. Midgut loose
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Tenders for Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, B. C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the un-(WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
dersigned, and marked on the en-[ ters and solicitors, Westminster
velope "Tenders for Royal Columbian Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Hospital,"   wiil   be   received   at   the      Westminster.    W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Oran-
ville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
WestMiaster Trust Block.
Law  Prohibiting  Them  Being  Shown
Went  Into Effect Saturday.
Ottawa, July 18.���The amendment
to the law by which the exhibition of
moving pictures of prize fights is prohibited was signed by tbe Lieutenant-
Governor Saturday and is now in force
all over the Province of Ontario.
There are some such pictures being
exhibited in Toronto at the present
time, and this, of course, will be stopped immediately.
^he amended clause in the law
reads: "No exhibition will be permitted on the Lord's Day except in
connection with religious services by
permit of the Provincial Treasurer,
and no picture of an Immoral or obscene nature or depicting crime or
pictures reproducing a prize fight shall
be shown or exhibited, and any member of the Ontario Provincial police
force shall have tlie power to prohibit
the exhibition of any of the said pictures or other objectionable pictures.'
RIVER   BREAKS   ITS   BANKS
office of the Secretary, Thomson block.
New Westminster, B. C, until 12
o'clock noon, of Monday, the fifteenth
day of August, 1910.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the offlce of the architects,
Messrs. Birds & Blackmore, 30fi Loo
block, Vancouver, B. C, or at the
Secretary's offlce, Thomson block,
New Westminster, B. C.
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, payable to the order
of the Board of Managers of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, equal to five per
cent of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted, shall, within one week after the j
acceptance thereof, sign the contract, j
specifications and other documents re-1
quired to be signed, and ln any case ���**^T^  =55
of refusal or failure on the part of STENOGRAPHY & TYPEWRITING
the party whose tender is accepted, to v~n^^vvv^/v~-^~vvv~-^~>~v~~~^
complete and execute the contract; FREEMAN BUNTING ROOM 22
with the Board of Managers, the said j    Cunis Block.   P 0 BqX 694_
cheque shall be forfeited to the Board  	
of Managers as liquidated damages for CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
such refusal or failure. j    Typewriting;   copy    work,  business
The   person   whose   tender   is   ac- j    letters, etc.    Coumbia street. Tele-
cepted.   will   be  required  to  provide      phone 62.
a bond satisfactory to the  Board of ���
Managers,  equal  to  ten  per  cent  of
the amount of the contract. ; 55xiuS3tI^J^ ~~-
The   cheque   deposited   by   parties; WHITE   SHILES & CO
whose tenders are rejected will be Real Estate and insUrance Agents-
returned within ten days after the, cityi tarm and s,l0Urban property,
signing of the contract. e28 and 746 Columbla Sl.
The lowest, or any tender, not nee- ������ .
essarilv accepted. j
W.  II.  KEARY. TAILORS.
Secretary  Royal Columbian  Hospital.,-
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
P. O. Box 59.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
New   Westminster,  B.  C,  July   14, j    loring.    A new line of Spring suit-
1910. ing just in.    Button making, press
ing and repairing.   4fi Lorne street.
Two Firemen Drowned in Bursting of
Dykes in  Switzerland.
Berne. Switzerland, July 18.���Grion
river, which rises in the southeast
part of the canon of Vaude and flows
westerly into the Rhine, today broke
its dykes for a distance of two miles.
Two firemen lost their lives in rescuing two girls from the floods.
Coal Strike in Spain.
Bilboa. Spain, July 18���Fifteen
thousand miners in the coal district
struck today to force concessions
from the mining companies. The
strike sentiment is spreading.
FOR 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
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Development of Spawn in Aquarium
Observed Day by Day.
New York, July IS���A special from
London to a New York paper says:
Brighton Aquarium is taking a lead j
in England in an effort to establish a
practical biological station. Already
the breeding of lobsters there is proving a great attractio.i. and the gran-
ual development of tbe floating specks
Into recognizable shape is watched
day by day with great interest. The
experiment, it is understood, is connected with contemplated legislation
to prevent the catching of lobsters
while spawning. The next experiment
Which is to he undertaken shortly will
he the breeding of silver eels. For
tills purpose a steel tank will be used,
and a pressure of water equal to that
at a depth of 500 fathoms, at wllich
deptli It is estimated the eels are
caught, will be maintained.
House Famine in Calgary.
Calgary. July IS.���The house famine in Calgary made It necessary for
two families from the United States
Who came here recently, to leave the
icily a day later. In the two families
were thirteen men, women and children and the they came here from
Washington state. They searched the
clty from end to end in a vain endeavor to secure a house. Then they
purchased tents an.l went out into the
country.
City
Homes
5-roomed house on Eight li avenue. All conveniences. Price
only $1,500. V3 cash. Balance
to arrange.
7-roomed house. Sapperton, for
quick sale. Price only $1,550.
Good  terms.    Enquire.      >
A select list of city residences
from $2,000 to $8,000.
National
Finance
Co., Ltd.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. Ft. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoule.
Phone R 508.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West.
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 *>.m.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
i ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
Sunday Schedule.
Car* leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
erery half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 2:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout The Fashion Sta-
bles.
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.
FISH   AND   GAME.
B'ENSOir&^AYLINGr^lSH. FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in lir and oak.
GENERALS   AGENTS���
The   Pacific   Coast   Fire   Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Permanent   Loan
and Savings Co.
Great  Northern Railway.
Lv.  N. W.  11  a.m.;  ar.  Seattle 3:65
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 0:29
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
Port Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 7:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
9:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
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.,
dally except  Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
oassenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOKtUNO
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
PAPER   HANGING &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtd
street, New Westminster.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 19
. 1910.
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Crystal Theatre
KNIGHT   &   VERNER,   Proprietors.
1.���"A Mexican Lothario."���Comedy-
Drama.
2.���"The Bone Setter's Daughter."���
Drama.
3.���"Old Hearts and Young Heads."
������Comedy.
4.���"I    Didn't   Mean   to   Make   You
Cry."
Seasonable
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THERMOS   ROTTLES���Pts.,  Qts.
WATER  WINGS���5<Tc.
BATHING CAPS���25c  up.
LIME JUICE���25c;   .1.50 gal.
LEMON POWDER���25c.
SUNBURN LOTIONS���25c.
FOOT  POWDER���25c.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,
Distance,    7-1;
B.   C.
Peter Byrnes, reeve of Burnaby, has
gone on a brief business trip to Portland.
For camp sites at White Rock, see
White, Shiles ic Co. **
A public holiday will bp declared
on Wednesday of next week on the
occasion of the Citizens picnic to Victoria.
See the fishing fleet down river and
enjoy a pleasant trip. City band moonlight excursion to Ladner on Wednesday nig lit. **
Tbe W. C. T. U. will not bold its
regular monthly meeting in July, and
will not meet again until the fourth
Monday in August.
Call   on   W.   E.   Faies   for   prompt
I delivery  on   parlor,   bedroom,   kitchen
or any bouse furnishings. **
The steamer British Columbia is
now loading lumber at the Fraser River mills for tlie new Canadian Northern dock at  Stewart.
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See Fales for Lawn and Camp Furniture. **
There was no change in the machinists'  strike   situation   yesterday.     No1
attempts at negotiations for a settle-!
ment are being made from either side
and it looks like a fight to a finish.
The S.S. Paystreak will call at Sap-,
perton  going and returning on  Wednesday evening to accommodate those
taking   In    the    band    excursion    to
Ladner. **
For Geraniums, Dahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. ���*
The Roman arrived in port yesterday  with   205,000   pounds  of  halibut, j
the  largest   supply  of  fish   the  new
boat has  brought in.    The boat was
out nine days and tbe fishing was so'
good that lt would have stayed longer j
if there had been room for more fish.
The  City  band  is  giving  a   moon-1
light excursion to Ladner. Wednesday
night,   July   20,   per   S.S.   Paystreak.
Take it in. **  j
A halfbreed and an Indian appeared
In the police court yesterday morning '
on a charge of being drunk. The half-
breed was the fiist man to go to sleet)
against the new light posts and lie
was fined $5 and costs. Tbe Indian
was let out on suspended sentence.
White Rock has the best beach, train
service and water supply of any sum-
or camp  spot  in   British
See  White,  Shiles  &  Co.
and   terms   for   lots   and
J. P. Jardine. a brother of Robert
and Alderman Jardine, of this city,
was burned out in the recent destructive fire at Campbelltown, N. B., his
Offices and his home being both destroyed. The city, which had a population of 6,000, ls left without a single building, every structure falling
a prey to the flames.
For a pleasant cool drink, try tlie
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. *���
Tom Gifford's leg was no better yesterday than it was on Sunday and the
probabilities are that he will not play
next Saturday. lie was injured short-
lly after the start of the game on Saturday and for almost the entire time
be could scarcely run at all. He
would have retired from tbe game at
the end of the first quarter but hhs
services were required to coach the
rest of the defence men.
Manager Tidy, of ihe New Westminster Opera house, expects a large
turnout ai the minstrel show tonight.
Richards and Pringle have made a
great name for themselves during the
long years they have been ou the
road and it is a long time since a
large company of genuine minstrels
has visited the city. There will be
a street parade at noon and a concert
before the performance this evening.
Yesterday morning the police gathered in a man who gave his name as
Arthur Gray, although papers found
on him indicate that his real name
is .1. P. O'Reilly. He flourished a revolver at the bartender of the Royal
City Hotel on Saturday night, tind Is
thought to be the same man who robbed a pedestrian of two dollars on
Tipperary the same night. The police
are making investigations concerning
him.
Tomorrow evening a moonlight excursion to Ladner will take place under tne auspices of tlie Westminster
City band, the specially chartered
steamer Paystreak leaving tlie B. C.
B. R. wharf at half past seven o'clock
and proceeding first to Sapperton,
where a number of passengers will
be taken on board. The excursionists
will return to this city ahout eleven
o'clock, only a short stop being made
at Ladner. An invitation to take pant
in tlie trip lias been extended to the
j members of the Montreal lacrosse
.team; a reply is expected from the
manager today. Tickets for tlie ex-
1 curslon will be on sale only at tlie
I wharf.
Profitable Pitt Meadows ranch clos.-
to C. P. R. and very close to river.
Improved, with six-room house, barn,
fencing. All of land in crop, pasture
and orchard. For sale at $200 per
acre. Here is a chance to step right
into profit, W. J. Kerr, 014 Columbia
street. **
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served  there. **
mer  resort
Columbia.
for   prices
acreage.
The Pacific Lime compnny, a Vancouver company capitalized at $100,-
000, has applied for a water record
of one quarter of a cubic foot on a
stream running into Blubber bay, lot
12, Texada island. The water will be
used for domestic purposes in tlie
company's mining plant at that point.
Fraternal Order Of Eagles
The members of New Westminster
Aerie No. 20 are requested to attend
the regular meeting to be held Tuesday evening, July 19, at eight o'clock.
Fred     J.     Lynch,     Deputy     Grand
Worthy    President    of   Canada,    will
make   his  official   visit,   accompanied
by members from Vancouver.
B. ROBB, President.
ll.  SCHOFIELD,  Secretary.
NOTICE,
IN THE MATTER of the Companies
Act,  1910,
AXD
IN  THE   MATTER  of  Hale   Bros.   &
Kennedy, Limited:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Bros. & Ken
nedy, Limited, will one month aftei
the 7th day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
Uros., Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7, 1910.
B.   S.   KENNEDY.
Secy. Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd.
STORAGE
[ERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
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.
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This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A Genera! Banking Business
Transacted
ALWAYS:
A  nice  line of
TOILET   WATERS,   VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION       POWDERS,
TALCUM     POWDERS,
LET SOAPS, ETC.
TOI-
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane   Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
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.
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10  lots  extending  from   First  to  Second   street.     This  property *
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Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. I
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Today we find ourselves in a very crowded
condition. The contractors have turned us out of
the big section occupied by the housefurnishing and
millinery departments. Despite the fact that we
are handicapped through lack of space, we still con-
tinue our Alteration Sale with unabated energy, setting forth greater snaps than ever in our efforts to
reduce the piles of summer goods and make way
for the large shipmentc of fall goods Mr. Collister
advises are on the way. Watch for our new lists in
the daily papers.
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Kon-hrealtabte Trau "patent, iis desired, aitlicr in
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We use the old-fashioned Pot Still method
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Then we leave time to do its work of
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lo ensure against the necessity of shipping
any whisky before it is properly matured, we
continually keep a stojk of several million
gallons, absolutely our own property, ageing
tn wood.
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