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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK,"  THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
3STMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4,
llilii.
EIGHT PAGES.
Y.MX.A. PIANS
FINALLY ADOPTED
| Changes in Original Scheme
Satisfactory to Committee
in Charge of Work.
D. D. MAI INSPE
RECENT PURCHASES
BY PLANT
IS DESTROYED BY UE
Vice President of C. N. R. ^^��� ^^^^^^^^^
Looks Over Port Mann��� j breaking of Electric Bulb Explodes Gasoline Tank, Starting
Interviews Mayor Lee. Fire Which Almost   Wipes   Out   Port   Moody
T1���. revised plans tor Hie Y.M.C.A.
submitted    i��    the   committee     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
l0()k  after this matter at i'""'" v il,s ''". ha��. was in the city yes
" 'terday   looking   over   the   Canadian
Northern
lo
I. W, Mac
B.  Lusby
were
elected
a meeting held yesterday evening in
Uje Westminster Trust block, when
T j Trapp, .1. I). Kennedy,
Donald, B.  U  Webber,  L
1 t ii. Smith were present. Archl-
J1'( (��� H clow presented the plans
,ml explained the various changes to
the members of the committee, who,
afIe, i general discussion, decided to
.ld(1|,t them 1" their entirety.
[.r,.s,.iit arrangements call tor a billiard and pool room, social hall, reading.  r00m,   main   hall,   secretary's   office ami gymnasium on tbe main floor.
On    the    mezzanine     floor     will
located    the    educational    class-
which can be transformed into
large  room   for   lectures  or   ban-
the kitchen adjoining the ball,
physical director's rooms, locker
visitors' gallery and swimming
floor.
I).   D.   .Mann,  commonly  called   Dan
>y   people   who   have   not.   as   much
city
lie
rooms
one
ijuets.
The
room.
Pacific's  terminal   at   Port
Mann. He was taken across the river
by A. B. White, who recently purchased hind in ihe vicinity for the
company. Mr. Mann wished to have
liis possessions pointed out to him
and that was the main object of the
trip.
He saw Mayor Lee hut spent only
a very short time In the city on liis
way hetween Vancouver and Porl
Mann. He investigated the progress
made on the right-of-way east of Port
Mann aud expressed himself as well
pleased with the work done.
The railway magnate will probably
be over again in the course of a few
davs before he leaves for his home in
the  east.
Work on the slashing and clearing
of the ('. \. R, right-of-way is progressing  as  rapidly  as  could  be  ex-
"'o'i the SwwfloS is 'il.; lower half! ��**��� ^^ef^menjit work there
0f the BWimmlng  pool,  shower  baths
for men and boys, a locker room for
husiness men, three bowling alleys
ami the two beating plants one for
tin water and the other for the build-
Ing,
On the floor above Royal avenue,
bul which dues not extend to Agnes
street, will be seventeen dormitories
ami several shower baths.
Tlie upper floor will have twenty
dormitories, but whether this will be
completed at the same time as the
remainder of the building depends
upon the amount of money in hand
at that lime.
Work on tlie excavation for the
building is progressing satisfactorily.
A ineeting will be held next week lo
decide whether the building will be
erected by day labor or whether tenders ��iH be called tor.
The equipment   of the  New  West-
I minsti I  V.   M.   ('.   A.   will   be  one  of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
hie mosl complete on the continent, 	
[everything to be found in a (200,000 ~~	
Institution   being   included,   although   pram;or     Ponnloi'-c
on a smaller scale. 11 remier     ^anaiejaS
H, Gilley, who lias been nn active
member of Uie committee since tbe
close of the $35,000 campaign, yesterday tendered his resignation, which
was accepted with regret, Mr. Qilley
refusing to reconsider his decision to
retire
Industry��� Danger May Be Widespread
aving been considerably increased
dining the past few days. A number
of heavy draught horses, purchased
specially for construction work, were
taken across tho biidge on Monday j
and are now engaged in hauling scrapers on the right-of-way.
As was to be expected, the presence
of Vice President Mann in the city
yesterday, and his visit to the town-
site named for him, had the effect of
causing renewed Inquiries for property
in and around Port Mann, even though
no information could be secured either
from Mr. Mann or those who accom-
panle I him on the trip.
Catching fire at midnight last night.
the plant of the Hritish Columbia Oil
Refining company at Port. Moody
burned to llie ground. Tlie C. P. R.
main line runs practically through
the works and lhe tire tied up the
train service. With a fierce blaze ou
both sides of the track, it was found'
Impossible to get through and ai Westminster Junction and at Barnet there
was a ('. P. H. train held up for hours.
Owing to th.e Inflamable nature of
the contents of the plain, it was found j
an utter impossibility to cope with
tlie (lames witli the means at the dis-'
posal of the company, and frantic appeals for help were sent to Ntew
Westminster  and   Vancouver. ;
Xew Westminster could render no
aid. but Vancouver despatched a flreboat to Hie scene of the conflagration.
Although the boat did some good preventive work, it was powerless to
save the expensive works from destruction.
Tlie plant of the B. C. Oil Refining
company at Port Moody was practical
ly   new   and   involved   an   outlay
over 1100,000.
There will be about thirty hands
thrown out of employment by the
disaster.
The fire started In a peculiar man-
Realizing the extreme danger In
which he stood, the engineer jumped
from the top of the tank to the
ground, breaking bis leg and sustaining other Injuries as a result. At the
present time he is lying at Port Moody
in  a  serious, condition.
Before sufficient help could be mustered to adequately light the fire, the
blaze had spread until all the small
Btorage tanks were living centres of
fire.
Practically the whole male population of Port Moody turned out Ho
fight the fire, but the apparatus at
hand was totally inadequate and it
was deemed advisable to apply to
this city and Vancouver for help.
At the time The News went to press
this morning the big storage tank was
safe. Kvery effort was being concentrated to keeping it without the fire
zone, as there is danger of a widespread conflagration should it catch
fire and explode. The tank is built
on the edge of the Inlet and the
danger would be In the blazing oil
of floating away on the water and starting conflgrations at scattered points.
Port Moody would most likely fall a
prey to the flames and even Vancouver would not be immune from danger, as the burning oil might float in
GRAND JURY INDICTS
WIRELESS SWINDiERS
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
LENCE IS GOIDEN
THINKS DR. CRIPPEN
Officers of United Wireless
Telegraph Company Plead
Guilty to Charges.
ner. The night engineer, having some among the shipping in the harbor and
work to do on one of the tanks, was; set the boats ablaze,
using an electric light for an illumin-1 The volunteer firemen worked hero-
ant. In turning round sharply the bulb leally all night in an effort to subdue
came in contact with a gasoline can, the flames but the most they could
the bulb being broken. Instantly the hope for was to restiict the affected
gasoline caught fire. area.
New York, Aug. ?..���Seven officers
of the United Wireless Telegraph company, most of whom had been previously arrested, were Indicted by a
federal grand jury today on two
counts one charging conspiracy to de
fraud by the use of the United States
mail, and the other charging conspiracy ln devising a scheme lo induce
investors to buy worthless stocks.
Those indicted are: Presi.lent Christopher Columbus Wilson, Vice President Samuel Bogar, Secretary W. W.
Tompkins, Fiscal Agent George 11.
Parker, General Manager C. C. Galbralth, Treasurer Dibolt and Francis
Butler, counsel anj director of the
company.
All except Parker were arraigned
before Judge Hough in tlie United
States district court and pleaded
guilty. Parker is understood to be
on the way here from Seattle to surrender   himself.
President Wilson was held in $25,-
000 bail, Tompkins and Bogar in $10,-
000 each and the others In $5 000 each.
On the first charge all were paroled
for one week and on the second
charge they were given two days in
wbicli to find bail. The company has
outstanding $50,000,000 worth of common and preferred stock.
The indictments give a long list of
statements about  this  stock  s?nt  ou
. atist Refuses to Talk, But
Smiles Through Window
at Rubberneckers.
i
STRUGGLE EOR REfORM
CONDUCTED IN OPEN
StTTLEMINT OF STRltE
PLEASES BOTH PARTIES
CHINESE ROYAL PARTY
PUNS AMERICAN TOUR
Quebec, Aug. 3.���Inspector Drew, ot
Scotland Yard, captor of Dr. Hawley
ll. Crippen, said with posltiveness tonight that the prisoner had not confessed to the murder of Belle Elmore.
Joseph Morin, C'rippen's jailer, was
equally positive that no word of confession had come from the dentist's
lips. Attorney General Gouln and
Judge Langlei, before whom the man
und his girl companion, Ethel Claire
Leneve, were first arraigned, said they
had heard nothing of a confession and
they scouted the idea that Crippen
could have made one to Drew without their knowledge.
Solicitor   Engaged.
Inspector Drew visited the dentist
this afternoon to obtain his answer
to Solicitor Newton's cablegram from
London proffering legal assistance.
This Crippen accepted and promised
to keep his mouth shut and not resist extradition, the conditions imposed in the solicitor's message.
An effort to learn anything about
the fi lends the London solicitor says
are willing to pay the expenses of
his defense was as fruitless here as
it is said to have been in London.
Crippen   Is   Big  Attraction.
The big, grey-stone jail where Crippen Is confined has become the foremost of Quebec's many points of interest. The "Seeing Quebec" trolley
cars stop nearby so that the tourists
who throng the city In summer may
have a chance to gaze into the window
of the corridor where the alleged wife
slayer   takes   his   exercise.     Several
by "the management which the indict-: persons saw him today and once he
nient chareed were wholly false. j looked out of the window and nodded
and  smiled.
Miss Leneve continues to spend her
time quietly in the prison infirmary
and is said to be improving in health.
mended- Merry
Replies to Note.
Corn-
Del  Vai
Grand Trunk Company Sustained Loss
Aggregating  $1,1S2.SSo���Men  Shy
$163,750 in Wages.
Madrid. Aug. 3.���Field Marshall Lope/. Dollnguez, who is an ex-presidt...
of the senate and ex-premier. I.i au
interview today, said he won!., . ,l>.
port Premier Canalejas in his st. u_gle
! for religious reforms but he doubted
he success of the movement on account of  the  immense  power of the
  clergy and the influence of men who.
| he declared, are completely under the
Canada  to   Be   Asked   to   Help   Open i domination  of  the  confessors.
Premier's Campaign Open.
"The openness witli which Premier
Canalejas ls conducting the campaign," kaid the field marshal, "is one
of tiie besl features of the situation.
He wants Spain and the world to
.now what he is doing. If he succeeds he will have rendered an itu-
monso service to Spain."
Note to Remain Secret.
MINT STARTED Tfl
��� IMPROVEIMIMBIA RIVER '.
Waterway   From   Beyond   Boundary to  Portland.
Seattle, Aug. 3.���Through the Tort-
land chamber of commerce u movement luis been set on foot for a Joint
conference between officials of the
Canadian government and commercial bodies in cities In Washington and Oiegon aloug the Columbia
river, looking to u joint improvement
��t that river with a view to making
it an open waterway from Canada to
Portland,
Steps have been taken to have this
conference take place in British Columbia within the next two weeks.
" la the Intention of the promoters
1(1 nuike such representations of the
Importance of the waterway as will
result in active steps being taken to
���""ing about the Improvement
'here is now open transportation
many miios up the Columbia riv-
Includtng such cities as Hood River
j��� The Dalles. Further up the river
there is b team boat traffic connecting
wenatchee with Brewster Plats. Mid-
*ay between these routes are Pasco
Mo Kennewlck at the confluence of
'" Columbia and Snake rivers. These
owns an connected bv navigation
*'''!' Itipaila and Lewiston.
rhese three routes are divided by
"apassable rapids. Navigation la impracticable
for
er,
Rome. Aug. 8.���The note which Cardinal Merry Del Vai, the papal aecre-
i tary of state, Is preparing in answer
to that of Premier Canalejas will be
submitted  to  the  congregation  ol ei-
j traordlnary affairs.   The contents of
! the note will be kept secret.
A Terrible Man.
The Qlornale D'ltalln publishes tin
Interview with Cardinal Vlnceno Van
iN'uielli, who describes Premier Canalejas as a "terrible man." adding that
It Is Impossible that King Alfonso approves   his  anticlerical   policy.    Cai-
! iiinai Van Nutelli goes on to point
out that the king is a fervent Catholic
by  sentiment  and tradition,  but  that
Toronto. Aug. 3.���The settlement of
the Grand Trunk strike was received
here with much satisfaction by all
classes. The union element is pleased
-t what Is regarded as a decided advantage gained by the men In having
the Grand Trun.c concede the mileage
rate of pay ins'ead of monthly wage
and promise of a standard rate in a
year less than was formerly offered.
It Is figured here that the loss to the
railway will aggregate $1,18:!,5S5. As
against this there is a saving of
$1,820,729 between the offer of the
company and the demands of the men,
which means an aggregate saving of
approximately $5tio,ooo fo rthe com-
| pany on this account.
The direct loss to the men is estimated here to be $168,750 on a basis
of $2.50 per day for fifteen days for
4,500 men on strlka.
There was a perceptible difference
in the Grand Trunk's business today
and a big share of the holiday rush
will uo tlieir way now. Business men
interested in tho Grand Trunk say
the strike will be felt In the earning
power of the road for the next twenty
years.
There Is a good deal of speculation
whether or not the men, under tho
settlement, receive their old status on
the pension list, but the opinion pro-
vails that this has been oue of the
losses sustained by the men.
Dissatisfaction  in  Montreal.
Montreal.   Aug.   : 5.���Dissatisfaction
is   expressed   by   the
trainmen over tin
Grand   Trunk
failure of the peace
be  Is  too  young  to  grapple  with  the   agreemenl   yesterday   to   provide   for
situation  and   must   bo  seriously  embarrassed.
lie adds thai the Spanish people
themselves disapprove of the policy
of tlie premier, as shown by the attitude of the people of Bilbao and
other important places.
RAIN AIDS FIREFIGHTERS.
river
on   lhe   upper  end  of  the ���     m i ����   ni��
.          approaching     the     Canadian Forest  Fire  Situation  ,n  Nelson  Dis-
OOUndary trlct Much  Improved.
A similar project to mako the river1     Nelson,  Aug. 3.-The  Are situation
��avlgable from  the  boundary  lino to in the Nelson district Is coUBldeiamj
">e Bea has been agitated at  various better as the result of Monday s rain.
���lIllCS  for ... ...   . I -  .,1.,-au
the return of the strikers. The railway expects to resume freight traffic
tomorrow. It Is believed all the men
will  get   their  places  back.
3--other   of   Regent   and   Members
Imperial Family to Leave China
August 24.
of
UNEARTH PLOT 10
BRING IN CHINESE
Pekin, Aug. 3.���Pekin was surprise:!
this morning by the arrival, unheralded, of Prince Tsai Tao. uncle of the
young emperor, whose recent long and
extensive tour of the United States
and Europe caused considerable criticism of the dynasty. Prince Tsai Tao
wished to extend liis stay In Europe.
but was c]uietly summoned to Pekin,
the step being evidently taken fo prevent possible anti-dynastic outbreaks
against which the government of late
taken  unusual  precautions.
In spite, however, of the criticisms
of the extravagant peregrinations,
Prince Tsai Ifsun. a brother of the
regent, and several less exaitej members of the Imperial family will leave
for the United States August 24, nominally to study naval methods in
America, although no increase in tho
Chinese treet is expected for many
years.
Sixty students who are being educated at the expense of the Indem-
nty fund will also sail for the United
States this month, as well as delegates to the prison reform congress
and the conference of army surgeons.
Wealthy Celestial Merchant
Had Clever Scheme to Defraud U. S. Government.
San Francisco, Aug. 3. ��� By the
arrest late today of Jew Loy Sing,
a wealthy Chinese merchant, Immigration Inspector Richard A. Taylor
claims to have disclosed a method
whereby hundreds of Chinese have obtained fraudulent entry to this country. According to Taylor, the clerk's
office of the United States d.strict
court for the northern district of California is badly involved by the disclosures.
Young Deputy Confessed.
He stated that the arrest of Jew
Loy Sing was brought about by a confession of a youthful deputy In the
clerk's ofllce.
Jew Loy Sing is specifically accused
of altering and changing a public document by substituting the photograph
of  an  unknown   Chinese  for  that  of
CUBAN    STATESMEN    FIGHT.
Governor and Secretary of State Exchange Blows at Club.
Havana. Aug. 3.���At a meeting oE
the Liberal club last night, held for
the purpose of ratifying tlie municipal
nominations, General Asbert, governor
of Havana province, and Diaz De VII-
agas, secretary of finance in the Cuban cabinet, exchanged blows. A baud
j of negroes armed with clubs broke
into the building and a general fight
ensued in wliich many persons were
injured. __.. I
STRIKE SITUATION IS
BECOMING MORE STBWD
Manager of Schaake   Machine  Works
Applies to Mayor Lee for Protection  of  His  Workmen.
- The situation between the striking
machinists and tlie employers seems
to be somewhat moie strained than
was the case when the strike was
flrst declared.    Yesterday H. Schaake,
DOG BURNS IN HOUSE
IT REFUSES TO LEAVE
Gee Gung Kee in the court record of manager 0f the Schaake Machine
a habeas corpus proceedings which j wori��Bi applied to Mayor Lee for pro-
had resulted in the admission of the teetion of strikebreakers against al-
latter  to  the  country. leged intimidation on the part ot the
Fraud of Long Standing. 'strikers.   Mayor Lee promised consitr-
Taylor declared that substiutlon has  elation.
been practiced upon no less than 300 |     Ml.  schaake declares that there has
court  records  in   the  district  clerk's  \)eeu  intimidation or he  would  have
offlce here.   In some cases more than   n.ld his sllop full ot workers a week
! one  substitution   was   made    in    the
ago;   but the  strikers  say  there  has
Dayton. Aug. 3.���Fire last night de- j sail)e rec0id. until it has become prac-  been   no   intimidation.
stroyed the residence of A. P. Cahuli , ticallv impossible to trace the original. |
In Brooklyn .causing a loss estimated fhe chinaman who posed as Gee'
at $.,.000, covered by Insurance. The Gung Kec, with tlle Utter's habeas
family was at dinner when a child corpus papers BUOCeeded in securing
discovered smoke in an upstairs room. i(lle entrv of th,ee Chinese as his
Lad: of water pressure Is responsible   sons mi was preparing lo have three
for most of the loss, the force not
being sufficient even to break tbe window panes on the second floor. A
pathetic feature was the burning of
u valuable dog. which refused to leave
the burning house.
Westminster Man Included in
List of Depositors WAo Forget
many years.
DROUGHT CUTS  GOLD
OUTPUT   OF   TANANA
^rbanks,
ig'
valle
"""Shi   experienced
Aug.    3.���-Tho    severe
which was quite heavy In some places,
although In others, as In this city,
lt was but momentary. The Sliver
King fire ns a result was effectually
checked nnd It Is expected that no
more will be heard from It.
The Are at Murphy creek is reported under control. Several of the
smaller bush (Ires are reported under
control or out.
-..   ln   the   Tanana
clt, , summer has had a serious
fori '''"-tailing   the   gold   output
h,ia"ic district    The water shortage
lton.    atly   reduced   sluicing   opera-
The output  for the Fairbanks dls-
wait less than $1,000,000 ln July, i��..��� ... �����        ���      .,    ,.,
out,,,^?kers estimate that  the total tors a free hand In settling the prob
on     ��� '"' the Be����on of 1810 wlll be lems confronting the monarchy  when
Jg   [W00.OOO.    Last  year  the  out- he left Spanish soil, the ��kg
Wi<��    between    $7,000,000    and Is not planning to visit Bnglahd for
la pleasure trip.
Alfonso Seeks Advice.
London, Aug. 3.���Although King Alfonso of Spain left his cabinet minis-
,8'000.()0()
Tli
  It was officially ad
tHe1l!ahor 8h��"��*�� resulting from "raltted'today 'that   the   kingf   CMg"
������**   I"' U: ih�� Mlurod |��� J������e also seeking advice l��  the present c. Ws
lion. ��.        t0  rwJ,lc�� ��lol��* opera-tin Spanish affairs and the open break
una ���� this district. with the vatlcan. '
��   welch  of Xew Westminster, has bank.  Oak   River,   Manitoba;   $604.32
A. \\ elch, or wow   i             ,,,_.���.���.., to  the  credit of  R.  Graham  in   The
Bank of Montreal Montreal in Vancouver, and
not
had $2117.10 In the
more psuedo sons and one daughter
permitted to land when the plot was
uncovered. Ile then disappeared but
Jew Loy Slug, who is said to have
employod him, was caught.
Inspector Tayor estimated that tbe
two Chinese expected to make $10 0001
from the use of these substituted papers as the pretended adopted family
would linvo paid that sum to have
landed here.
TO  MAKE  RECORDS
OF   FINGER   PRINTS
Ottawa,  Aug.  .'I.���Dominion  Constable Edward Foster, 5,r,9 Liugar street,
for flve years or over nnd does no'l j60o to the credit of A. Barnet lu the. j"lea(j 0f the new bilreau for the Identi
appear to know It.
In a list of those entitled to unclaimed
balances  In   the  chartered   banks  of
Canada.
balances   which
The banks are hound to report
His name appears;Imp0rlai banki Winnipeg. i neatlon   of   crUlllnals by the fl
Marcus Moses has one cent In the j    ,nt       tem that the Rovernnient haB
ank   of   British   North   America   in I started, Is on his way to British Co-
Winnipeg  and  Q.  Mundorf,  of  Knee (,umb,    where he w���, take tbe flneer
the   government
all
Hill Valley, hns a like amount ln the
Union Bunk of Canada. At the Union
bunk In Portage La Prairie Dinah
Cusitar has three cents to her credit
and there aro hundreds of other
throughout thc west who are the possessors of riches they know not of.
Most of the western unclaimed balances are left at Winnipeg, although
Edmonton claims a large share. These
balances are doubtless left there by
settlers who deposit their money at
these central points for a time, and
then losing track of their exact balances, draw out  what they think  Is
hnva not been claimed and tho gov-
ment ..Js published the full list in
a blue book. Altogether there me
773 pages devoted to lists of names
:, amounts lfi tho different banks.
".Welch Is the only person whose
address ls given as being New West-
mTliramounts  range in  importance
from one cent to $1943.04   which lat-
The   address   given   is   Calgary,   but
.   .����* 11 m3 20 lo the credit of of   bank   clerta   to  ponder  over   for ere
amounts are ji,o<m��*v ��� ^^k
g   S   Nicholson   in   the
print records of all convicts nt the
Dominion penal Institution in New
Westminster. He will represent Col.
A. P. Sherwood head of the Don inlon
police, at a Canadian constables' convention to be held lu Vancouver tills
week.
When one of them was asked last
evening if there had been any Intimidation, he replied that there had not.
"You don't go around the works at
all?" ventured The News reporter.
"Oh, we walk past there," said he.
"All we do Is that when we see a
ti.au going in to work we explain lo-
him the situation."
The striker further volunteered that
some of the men who arrived recently
from the east had not known that
there was a strike on and when the
situation had teen explained to tbem
they had refused to go to work antt
are reported to have said that had.
they known the conditions existent.
here they would never have come out.
At present the union ls standing together and not one of the members
has gone back to work.
Mr. Schaake was asked if the men
brought out from the east were aware
that there was a strike on here. "Well,
1 suppose so," was the answer.
There have been no negotiations for
settlement since the strike began and
both employers and strikers seem to
have adopted a stand-pat attitude
1 which nothing has yet been able te
shake.
EXPENDITURES INCREASED.
Public  Works   Desartment   to   Spend
$17,000,000 This Year.
Ottawa.   Aug.   3.���Expenditures   to-
ACCESSION  OATH   IS
GIVEN   ROYAL   ASSENT
London, Aug. 3.���The accession
declaration bill, striking out the
phrases offensive to Roman Catholics
in the declaration made by the kins
after accession and substituting
merely the words, "I am a faithful
Protestant," was passed by the house-
of lords on third reading yesterday.
No changee were made In the form as
tallng $17,000,000 are being mad�� this
tlie correct amount and leave balances' year by the public works depaitment,
of a few dollars or cents for relays half as much again aa last year. Rlv-. adopted by the house of commons.
and   harbors   are   the   pilnclpal'    The treasure  was &iio.   the niyal
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The death of the Hon. "Charlie"
Rolls has supplied Harold Begbie, the
well-known author, with a text upon
wliich to preach a sermon denouncing
enthusiasm for exhibitions of the new
art of Hying. In an article In the London Chronicle, he says:
An engine driver killed in a railway accident is not a martyr. A doctor who loses his life ln trying to save
a patient's is not a martyr. And a
man destroyed in experimenting with
new mechanical inventions, Is not a
|martyr. None of these has any more
title  to  the  name  of  martyr  than  a
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man who meets death ln tho hunting
field.
But there is a distinct tendency in
these days to glorify the mortal who
dies for science, particularly If that
science is mechanical and dangerous.
Most extravagent things were said
recently of tlie poor fellows who lost
their lives in the French submarine
Pluviose, and no aviator is ever now
killed without a chorus of crowning
and enthroning laudation. To call
these men martyrs is an exaggeration
so foolish that it need not be labored;
to offer them praise of any kind ia a
matter open to debate.
Ethics   Exhibitions.
For is it wise to use the stimulus of
public honor and public excitement,
with the added zest of immense monetary reward, in a field of experiment
where laborious patience Is the flrst
necessity of success and where humanity has not even yet determined
the value of the victory? The deplorable and tragic death of C. S. Rolls
should  force this question to an  an-
Eighth Street Sewer.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by resolution de-j
termined and specified thai it is desirable to carry out the following works;
that is to say:
To construct sewers on the follow-,
ing streets',   namely;
Hamilton    street,    between    Eighth]
and   Sixth   streets;   Seventh   avenue,!
between   Eighth  and   Fourth  streets;
Princess  street,  bei ween  Eighth  and
Sixth   Btreets;   Princess   street  from
Fourth   strict   eastwards;    Sixth   avenue,   from   Tenth    to   Sixth   streets;
Fifth   avenue,   from   Tenth   to   Sixth
streets;   Belmont street;  St. Andrews
street, from Tenth to Eighth streets;
Fourth   avenue,  from  Tenth  to  Sixtli
[streets;    Kennedy   street;    Blackford
street;   Third avenue, from Tenth  to
'Sixth streets; street hetween Ash and
I Seventh   streets;   Welsh   street;   Mil-
[ton   street.    Robson   avenue;   Queens
avenue,    from    Tenth    to    Eighth
streets;   Queens avenue, from  Fife  toj
Sixth     streets;      Gloucester     street;
Royal avenue, from Tenth to Seventh]
streets;'  Agnes sireet, from Tenth to
streets;   Agnes   street,   from
to    Seventh    streets;     Agnes
from     McKenzie     to     Sixth
Moody     street:     Holbrook
Cunningham     street,    from
to    Sixth    streets;     Victoria
froni  Eighth  Btreet  to  Lorne; j
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B. ('., Phone 354.
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
r
That
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22:', Townsend St. Maternity
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cases accepted. Terms from
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Eighth
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streets;
street;
Eighth
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Victoria   street,    trom    McKenzie    to I
Sixth   street;   Carnarvon   street,   from |
Tenth   to   Blackie   and   from   Eighth
to    Lorne.    and    from    McKenzie    to
Sixth   street;   Ramage  street;   Clarkson   street,   from   McKenzie  to   Sixth
street:   Columbia  street,  from  Tenth
to    Mclnnes    streets;    Tenth    street,!
from Columbia street to Seventh  avenue;   Mclnnes street, from Columbia;
street to Royal avenue; Gilley street; ]
Ninth street; McNeely street; Blackie
street,   from   Columbia   to   Carnarvon
streets;   Summer  street;   Burr street,
from  Milton  street  northwards;   Sim-
froin   CO
IN TIIE MATTER of the Companies
Art,  1910,
AND
IN THE MATTER of Halo Bros, &
Kennedy. Limited;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Bros. ^ Kennedy, Limited, wlll one month alter
the 7th day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
Ures.. Limited,
Dated New Westminster, B. (
1910.
B,   S.   KENNEDY,
Secy. Hale Bros. �� Kennedy, Ltd
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  b
���y
July
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Telephone   R   113. Office:   Princess St
swer.    He is not a martyr, but the de-1 coe  street:   Eighth   street
struction of his life is a loss to the! lumbia street to Eighth avenue;  Alex
.  .
  Lorni
street; McKenzie street; Fife stroet;
Ash street; Seventh street; Fifth
street, from Sixth to Seventh avenues',
We   have
Surrey   of
car  line,
within
hold   some
buys.
SURREY.
blocks   for   sale   in
2  to  10  acres  near
Some on  main  road
to 5 miles of city.  We
exceptionally   good
world,   and   that   life    would    surely lander   street;    Begbie   street
have been now engaged ln services to
mankind if his experiments  had  not
been turned into exhibitions, and the   	
moral  atmosphere of the nation  had j Fourth street, from Sixth .to Seventh
been less electric with excitment. i avenues.���To be known as the Eighth
There are certain people making
money out of aviation. It is to their
Interests that there should be shows.
The man who will risk most is the
man for their money. The contests
which they arrange must be dangerous to serve their purpose. Tho more
excited   and   expectant   the   condition
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Bank has Brandies In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas. New York
and   London.   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
street  sewer  system.
And  that  the  said   works  shall  be
carried   out   in   accordance   with   the,
provisions of the Local Improvement
General   Bylaw,   1909.
And the City Engineer and City As-'
sessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of |
M.  RICHARDSON.  Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
of the public mind the better business  the said bylaw upon the said works,
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED,
room   suitable  for  two.    Handy  to'
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM.
ply 818, Milton street.
AP-
TO RENT.
TO RHNT ���FURNISHED ROOMS.
47   Begie   street,   opposite   Russell
house.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
In
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast    Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Permanent   Loan
and   Savings Co.
it is for them. But if there is one
science more than another in which
experiment should be conducted with
extremest caution it is this particular
science of aviation, which is an attempt on the part of man to defeat
the elements. Let us suppose that all
the nations of the world have profoundly considered the matter, and
are all agreed that what is called "con-
] quest of the air" lias for mankind In-
I calculable blessing and no curse; even
so, is it not the height of madness to
I rush the souls of experimenters into
hasty trials and wildest efforts at perfection by means of these public
shows and noisy rewards?
Almost   Drunken   Enthusiasm.''
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
TO LET ���A LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished. 609 Victoria St.,
near  Daily  News office.
TO RENT���FOUR ROOMED COT-
tage. Rent $9 per month. Apply
this office for particulars.
Local Improvement Notice.
FOR RENT ��� NEW FURNISHED
house. Every convenience. One
block from car.    Vacant about Sep-j Hamilton  streets,
tember 1.    Apply Wl
Co..   Columbia  street.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement General Bylaw, 1909,"
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for Local Improvements on
the following streets, viz., Tenth
street on both sides from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue, except on the
east side of said street between Sixth
and Eighth avenues; also on both
sides of London, Edinhurg. Dublin and
Sight and  Seventh
giving statements showing thel
amounts estimated to he chargeable
against the various portions of real i
property to be benefitted by the said j
works and other particulars and the;
said reports of the said City Engineer;
and City Assessor having been adopt-
ed by the council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports are open for inspection at1
the Ofiice of the City Assessor, City j
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C, and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority of
the owners of the land or real property to be assessed or charged in respect  of  such   works  representing  at
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���j
Tho regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. II. Wesl, NO.; W. C.
Coatham. P.O., recording secretin*;
J, W. MacDonald, financial secretary.
Ready
Money
fit.   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit your money for
safety ln The Bank of Toronto
lt wiil be safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need lt,
and  lt will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent.
interest. Small or large sums
may be deposited at any time.
80   BRANCHES
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
But it is by no means proved that I least one-half in value thereof is pre- Tg
aviation  will  bring  happiness  to  the|sented  to  the   Council   within   fifteen an
ite,
Shiles   cfc javenuos between Tenth and    Twelfth
TO LET���TIIE 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���CHILD'S SILK COAT BE-
tween K. of P. Hall and Third avenue and Ninth street. Finder
please return to 235 Ninth street.
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
ments In green case. Finder please
communicate with Hope & Barker,
Trapp block.
LOST ���IN   OR   NEAR   MARKET,   A
pocketbook containing bank book
and sum of money. Reward lf returned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News ollice.
FOUND.
FOUND���GOLD    BRACELET.   OWN-
er may have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement   A],ply News office.
streets. Is open for inspection at the
office of the Assessment Commissioner in the city ball, 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 first publication
of this notice, give noticp 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, 1910.
BUILDERS  AND CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon, August
15, for the erection of Tramway Station and Office Building at New Westminster.
Specifications can be secured at
offices of Maelure & Fox, Architects,
Winch   building,  Vancouver.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. Hazlitt.
B. C. ELECTRIC RY. CO., LTD.
New Westminster, August S, 1910.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  in  The  News,
lit will bring results.
human race. While war continues a
possibility among great blocks and
masses of humanity, it might be easy
to prove the contrary. Nevertheless,
careless of the result, careless of the
vast, moral and material issues, and
driven forward by the almost drunken
enthusiasm for mechanical evolution
which is one of the supreme follies of
our impatient days, men are calling
upon other men to risk their lives In
hazardous experiments and dangerous essays at a time when even the
mere act of flying in the perfectest
atmospheric conditions is attended, by
unsleeping risk. To organize an exhibition of flying is to shoot an arrow
into the dark weather conditions, but
to demand of aviators a display of
freak flying in such an exhibition is
to call death to the meeting.
There is another and a larger question. This public excitement about
flying is only a fresh evidence of the
general tendency towards materialism.
The Ideals of humanity are no longer
moral and spiritual. Millennium is to
be reached on a monorail or in a
monoplane and the prophet's vision
of happiness has shrunk to eighty
miles an hour. Our god is speed, our
religion a machine. And so hot ls our
quest of speed that we have no time
] quietly to sit down and enumerate the
benefits it will bring or to reflect upon the questions Its achievement will
still leave unanswered.
No Happiness in Flying.
The attitude of Ruskin towards the
railway may have been a wrong one,
but more wrong, infinitely more
wrong, is that attitude towards life
which leaves entirely out of count the
spiritual nature of man, and sees in
the perfecting of mechanism the end
of existence. Life is greater than its
contrivances. To fly through the air
without danger, to travel over the
earth's surface at a hundred miles an
hour, to have, no need for hand labor
or anybody's toil, will bring no peace
to the soul of man. And to seek these
ends so earnestly and Impatiently, to
attach so much Importance to (hem,
and to organize a continual public excitement about them, ls to cloud the
rightful issues of life ancl to darken
the only natural lino of man's advance. For the advance of mankind Is
not towards mastery of mechanism,
and tlie elements, but towards self-
mastery. The field of Inquiry is .consciousness, the destiny of the race is
spiritual, and the only happiness possible lo the sons of men is a happiness
of the heart.      -
Therefore Is all the present excitement, concerning aviation a palpable
and shameful danger to humanity.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-1
derslgned.  and   marked  on  the envelope "Tenders for Sewer." 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,'
10, for the excavation, construction,
and completion of a main sewer line ���
for  the   Winnipeg  shops  situated   in.
Section 6, Tp. 11, Range 4 E., on the;
line of the National Transcontinental
Railway, about six miles east of Win-]
nlpeg, extending from the pump house
and terminal yard lo the Seine River.
Plans   and   specifications   may    be
seen ln the office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ont., and ln the offlce of
1 Mr.  S.   R.   Poulin,  District  Engineer,
i St.   Boniface,   Man.
Persons tendering are notified that I
tenders will not be considered unless
| made on the form supplied by the j
Commissioners, which may be had
;on application to the Chief Engineer
[at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
!at  St.   Boniface,  Man.
  I    Each   tender   must   he   signed   and
Tenders will be received by fhe sealed by all the parties to the tender,
undersigned up to 5 p. m. of August Md witnessed, snd be accompanied by
1, 1910, for the supply of 1,000 feet "n accepted cheque on a chartered
of 13-inch diameter and 1.200 feet of T\a,nk ��f l\\p Dominion of Canada, pay.
12-inch diameter Iapwelded steel ia'le tn h(e, or',er of *B ( ��""" *
pipe and for 13-Inch diameter flexible j Rinner,s ��* l,,p Transcontinental Rail
!     fg way, for the sum equal to ten per cent
Specifications   and   full   particulars
can be obtained from the City   Kngl-i
ln   Ontario,
CAPITAL
REST    ...
Quebec
West.
and   the
.$4,000,000
. 4,750.000
days from the date of tlie first puhli
cation of this notice the Council will
proceed with tlie proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost
of such improvements as the Council
may by bylaw in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
said assessment.
Dated this 2nd dav of August, A. D.,
1910.
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
Date of first publication, August 3,
1910.
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel  Pipe.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,  14,900 torn.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   ton*.
largest   and   most   modern.
commodation equal to any crowing the Atlantic.
S.S.
Th��
Ac
For Rates and Tickets Apply '��
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
neer. .1. W. B. Blackman. City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Cltv   Hall,   New   Westminster,  Julv
6, 1910.
Tho time for receiving fhe above
tenders has been extended until .Monday, August 8, mm.
.1. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, August
3, mm.
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39  Alexander St.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All   rubbish   and
I removed   to   the   foot
: street and Fifth avenue
garbage tnuBt be
of Sixteenth
where it *'"
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, R.C., miner, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of |
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for conl and petroleum
on and In the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E.
corner of Section 19, in Township m,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence south 80
chains: thence west 80 chains; thence
north SO chains; thence east 80 chains
to point of commencement and containing  f,40  acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
day of June,  A.D., 1910.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
Any person whose tender Is ar-1
cepted 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 execute nnd complete the contract wilh
lhe Commissioners, the said cheque
shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for such
refusal or failure, and all contract
rights acquired by the acceptance of |
the tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheque   deposited   hy   parties,
whose tenders ls accepted will be de- L   , , ,    .,    ������,.���n,-,tinii
posited to the credit of the Receiver be burned by the corporation.
1        Anv    noponn    nr    nei'SOnS    �� ��117
Ceneral of ( anada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to Its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be returned within ten days after the signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
lly order.
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 8, 1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Commissioners will not be paid for lt. **
Any person  or  persons
garbage  or  rubbish  of any
kind on
in.
any other street or avenue or on
public  l��'l1Pprly
lane
will
v
tlio  pro-
vacant   lot  or
be   prosecuted   under
Islons of the Sanitary Byl&W;  -��
By Order, S. J. ��� V ,r lor.
Sanitary Inspect
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY        NEW
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders nt
The   Arrow Pf **
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, P*��-
near The Dally News Co., 609 Mc
Street. jR SDAY,
AUGUST 4, 1910.
Bank of Montreal
V      FSTABLISHED 1817.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
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over  $186,000,000.00
terb"' ondents
Savings Bank
lied In ���'"'"*
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Total
As
NEW
WEsTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G ,,  BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
biOce
��nr
fuon�� IM.     Barn 'Fbou 13>
Columbia  Street.
lellvered    promptly    to
part of thn  eitT.
Light and Heavy Hauling
6   oFFlCE_TWAM   DfiPm
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 5, 6, 7 and s, Block 3 of part
of the south-east quarter of Section 7.
Township 8, .Map 628, lu the Distrlcl
of New Westminster, Cloi erdale.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number l j lr> l !���', issued
in the name Of It. T. Wilson lie.aid
has been filed in this ollice.
Notice ii hereby given tbal l sliall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication ben
of, in a daily newspaper published lr
the City ol New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in wiiiiiis.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
Land   Regli try ollice,
New Westminster, B. C
NATURE
IS   PERSONAL   ASSET
Plodding away in the cold north,
**���-**. 'ng long ior thai elusive thing
sough by all men, which glitters In
,!'(' crannies of swiftly-purring
Btreams, Rex Beach was once a plain
miner, He however, heard and felt
'he call of nature In her every mood,
and upon a friend's suggestion one
day, pul whal he had seen
treasured up Into words, and thai
"Tl e   Spoilers."    Since   the   aul
PLAN FORMATION OF
NEW NATIONAL UNION
PRINCE    ALBERT
HANDLES
COURT
UNUSUAL
KAMLOOPS    CITIZENS     WIN.
CASE
anil
was
lior's
.lai
All Men Employed About
Metaliferous Mines Under
Same Jurisdiction.
1910.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
olio
Of
conse
Gardiner & Gardiner
iK. o. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
phone 661
Residence   Phone   133
p, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
Ul
rphy X Craig
Heating and   Plumbing
jobbing   Promptly   Attended
To
Colonial   Block
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and Automobile  Painter.
also notice that I, George Beckett,
Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, intend
apply to the Chief Commissioner
Lapds al Victoria, li. (.'., for a li-
to prospect for coal and petroleum on and In the following described lands:.
Commencing at a post marked G. B.,
\\ W. coiner, plained at the N. W.
corner of Section 28, In Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; tlience earn SU chains:
thonce south Su chains, thence west
80 chains; thence north SU chains to
point of commencement and containing 'MO acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
day of June, AD., 1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
i api I  rli e to prominence Is a mai ter
ei common knowledge,
The   coming   Vancouver   exhibition,
i" be held Augusl 15-20, will offer untold opportunities for the flrst real attempt  of Canadians to portray their
ev. ii heritage In Bome manner.   There
are prizes offered for the be3l collection    of    wood    varieties���Canadian
w coils, leaves and Mowers.    There are
abundant   pi Izi s for tho skill of the '���
Canadian artist,  whether with  brush
or pen, for the architect, woodcarver,
modeler  in  clay,  the   camera   lover/
Tin re are  prizes  even  for  those  of
especial  originality of mind, such  as!
di: Igners.
STORM     HITS
TENDERS WANTED.
Street
Lettering  nnd
1014   Sixl
Top  Repali
i   Avenue.
ng.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for Ladl s from .12-/5
"���������
Silver Waicbes,    gents'    open  face
16.00.
Watches,   . ents'  open    case,
B]
17.50 up.
An"nt
V.V I   -
Watch
Tenders   for   Paving   Columbia
Extension.
The Corporation invites tenders
from street paving companies for
grading, street paring, laying of concrete sidewalks, and construction of
storm water tewers for Columbia
Btreel from Fourth street to Leopold place. Paving companies
will be required to state term
of years they will guarantee tlieir paving and the percentage of money the
Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee; also the steepest
grade they calculate tlieir pavement
is safe tor horse traffic
I'l ms, profiles, specifications, and
further information can he obtained
from .1. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders will be received up to r>
p, in. on August 8, 1910, by the undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
all,   New   Westminster,  July
Several
WOODSTOCK.
by   Light-
Buildings Struck
ning and Burned.
Woodstock, N. B., Aug. 3.���Thc
worst electrical storm for years passed over this distrlcl yesterday afternoon, causing much damage to property. The house of A. Hand Oil the
Connell road, was struck and burned
with the contents, which included :i
valuable hoise. six miles up ihe river
the house of W. Shaw was struck and
burned, and on the opposite side of
the river, a barn and Its contents
were destroyed after lightning struck
il. A building was also struck and
fired in town, but the flames were
quenched  with  but   little damage.
Denver Colo., Aug. 3.���Int im:; t lon
of the forming of a now labor union
of national scope, comprising the
Western Federation of Miners, the
I'niled Mine Workers of America, and
the sieei Workers of the country who
are al present bul little organized,
was given out by President Charles
ll. Moyer of the Western Federation
yesterday afternoon, just before final
adjournment of the annual convention of thai organization, wliich li.is
been |n session here for the last sixteen da;- s.
The formation of such a union was
presented as an alternative to afliii-
atlon with the American Federation of
Labor in case the last-named organization declined to delegate to the
W'esi, rn Federal ion the authority
which  the miners demand.
In these demands the most Important is that all men employed about
metaliferous  mines,   whether engaged
Prince Albert, Aug. U,���V.tui Green,
who was arrested lasl week for carrying concealed weapons, and who
was bslieved to have violent intentions agalnsl the household of William
Itussell, of Ked Deer Hill, was arraigned before Inspector Pennefather
today and committed for trial on the
concealed weapon charge. In the
course of Russell's evidence it came
out that In Greer's trupk had been
found a lor. ed transfer of Russell's
farm and letters to a nelghb ir and a
newspaper lu say that the Kussell
family would leave for the States on
July 22, and would not return to
Prince Albert,
Since doubts have been raised as to
Green's sanity, and those who have
been in touch with him claim thai he
Is Insane. It ls undei stood that bis
sanity will he looked inlo. Mr. Russell stated that Green had been acting In a strange manner for some
time before his arrest, and that the
search of the hitter's effects had hr-en
made because he (Russell) had he-
come alarmed.
Kamloops, Aug. 3.���The long fight
of die citizens of Kamloops to have*
the Canadian Pacific Railway move
its tracks from the main street of 'ho
city seems at last to have been won,
as the railroad has purchased nearly
a mile of property along the river as
a right-of-way for its main line, The
cost  of this  land  was   .lon.000.
In addition to moving its tracks
from the principal street of Kamloops. the railroad is said to be contemplating spending some $500,000 in
laying additional trackage and driving piles and !illin.g in the river bed
so as to give more waterfront room.
The C. P. R. is also enlarging its
yards here and rumor has it that it
will build a hotel in Kamloops.
As agents for the C. P. ft, the firm
of Smith & Jones, of Vancouver secured option some weeks ago on the
waterfront lots, the deal being closed
last week and the announcement made
here late yesterday.
MEETS   UNUSUAL   DEATH.
El I'aso, Tex.. Aug. ii.���Frozen and
dead wdth tho thermometer standing
al Hla In the shade was the fate of
a homeless Mexican at Maricopia station. 300 miles west of here on lhe
Arizona desert. A carload of Ice had
been unloaded on the depot platform
wdth a heavy  tarpaulin,
in actual mining or not, be placed un-1 and  covered   with  a
der   lhe   jurisdiction   of   the   Western! The man. seeking sleep and to escape
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
Federation,
AWFUL
RAVAGES   FROM
CHOLERA    IN
RUSSIA
DRESS
IS    DESTRUCTION
OF   WOMEN   AND
GIRLS
Toronto. Aug, :���!.���"Dress is tbe destruction of women and girls. They
I think more of cheap finery than of
being good honest girls and making a
respectable living."
This statement was made by Judge
Morgan In the county court this morn-
ini:. He was giving a scorching lecture to Minnie Webb, who plealed
guilty of stealing a large picture hat,
one geld ring, and a cheap fancy belt.
Minnie was let out on suspended
sentence.
St. Petersburg, Aug;. 3.���The extent
of the cholera epidemic Is revealed in
figures made public by the government sanitary commission today. The
stricken region now includes forty-
two provinces and territories of European Russia, and since the outbreak
of the disease last May, There have
been a total of 37,652 cases with 16,-
fial deaths.
Recently there lias been a startling
increase   in   the   number  of   victims.
from the terrific heat, crawled beneath the tarpaulin, where he was
found the next morning frozen stiff.
TWINS     INTRODUCED.
for
Brothers Had Been Strangers
Thirty-Nine Years.
Pittsburg, Aug. 3.���Amos and Cyrus
I.ape. born together in Black Lick,
Indiana county, thirty-nine years ago,
are acquainted for the first time. On
account of the mother's death, the
twins wore separated at birth to live
with different families, and never
knew each other. The reunion, which
is now being celebrated, was brought
about by ace! lent, A stranger met
work in Export, and ex-
wliat are you do-
t During the week  ending July 23, no
I less than  13,374 cases were reported I Amos  at
and of these 5,979 terminated fatally, claimed, "Hello. Cy
Some time ago the scourge made its,ing ln Export?" Amos demurred.   'But
appearance  in  this  city  and  for  the  I'm not Cy.   I am Amos Lape.   I have
past fortnight there has been a dally; beard I bad a twin brother named Cy-
average  of  forty   cases   and   twelve ! rue, but never saw him.   Do you know
deaths in the capital.   Yesterday there
were   fifty-four    cases    and   fourteen
deaths reported here. In the local hospitals there are 514  cholera suspects,
including thirty-eight children.
him?'
'Well, rather,' said the stranger.
'He's a neighbor of mine at Dunbar.
Fayette couny. I'll lead you to him.'
And he did.
City   11
5, llTlO.
for    Waltham   and     Kigin,_
repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Poors fiom Geo. Adams' Grocery
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6.  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3H  to 25  H.  P.
- and 4  Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
53.
Westminster.
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
HOPE   *   1ARKER.   Architects.
New  Westminst*r ��� Trapp   Block
Phone 656.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver   Landings
The Nfw  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leavea Braokman-Kar Milling Ce��-
Pany'a wharf, New Westminster, wltfc
Passcn.eia snd freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ��.
Leavea Chilliwack  Wednesday, Pri-
����>' and Sunday nt 1 n. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
"OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd.
New   Westminster.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given  sn   Any   Kind
ot   Job   Printing
Thomson   ilk.
Phons   388
W. RICH
Teaming and  Ex
pressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH   ST.
PHONE   R527
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
of Clothin
It is now in the early part of August and is our
time to clear out our lonely suits and is your time to
get in on these. The prices we are offering to you
are manufacturers' prices.
These suits are made up from
the best English Worsted and
Scotch and Canadian Tweed.
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
_ Ducts," as the ease may be, will be
l received at the ofiice of the Commis*
j sioners of the Transcontinental  Rail-
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noon of the 26th day of July,
1910. for:
U) Air, steam, water and oil piping system;
(2) Yard   water  system;
L'.'j)  Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with the Transcontinental    Railway   shops   east   of
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may bo
seen in tlie office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ontario, nnd in the office
of Mr. S. R. Poulin, District Engineer,
St.  Boniface,  Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
bad on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
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 Hank of the Dominion of Can-
ala. payable to tlie order of the Commissioners of tbe Transcontinental
j Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent 110 p. c.) of the amount of tbe
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 Bigned, and In any case
I of  refusal   or   failure  on  the  part  of
i the  party   whose  tender  is  accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with    tbe   Commissioners,   tlie   said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such  refusal or failure, and all  contract  rights acquired  by the  acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheques   deposited   by  parties
whose  tenders  are  accepted  will   be
deposited to the credit of tbe 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
sienlng of the contract.
Tbe right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E.  RYAN,
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
the Transcontinental Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June, 1910.
| K^ FITTINGS!
SHOW CASES
:
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
:
PHONE 473
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
RKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. ^^^^^ ^^
**����************������.****>*"��*�����*���*���"���
Suit that  sold  for   $17.00   to
$22.00.   Yours for
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
*pl<&��<3
And  those sold for   $22.00 to
$28.00.   Yours for
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19, in the District of
New  Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tiflcae of Title Number 50.r<9F, Issued
In the name of Allan A. Curtis, has-
been  filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published ln the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registrv Offlce, New Westminster, B. C, July 8, 1910.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
PHILLIPS
Columbia Street
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
New Westminster, B. C.
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A OOOY
Corner Eighth  St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
!     , PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4
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Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
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SNAPS IN���
Port Mann, Surrey,  Coquitlam, Burnaby, Langley,
City Properly and Houses and Lots.   When we say
Snaps we Mean it.
$150,000   TO   LOAN
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,  ���
t   Motor Boat Insurance,  Automobile Insurance and ���
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tEMEMBER,  WE  CLOSE   AT  5  P.  M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. M.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,  1910.
WHEEL WITHIN  WHEEL.
Employers' Liability.
S.   FADER
Nine nfcnths ago. when Mayor Lee
was seeking support for his candidature, he made a strong point of his
declaration that if ho were placed in
office there would be no more czar-
IDce government of the city and no
star chamber methods. Until this
Jime no one had been conscious that
the affairs of N'ew Westminster had
been administered In such a manner,
yet the inference contained in Mr.
Lee's declaration led the public to
believe that something of this kind
bad been going on. This by the
way, however. Experience has
taught most of us that election promises aie made only to he broken. Hut
a majority of tlie ratepayers of this
city put their faith in Mr. Leo and
assumed upon his oft repeated and
fervid  assurances,  that  he  would  be
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���      NORTHERN  CROWN  BANK  BUILDING, PHONE 295.    ���
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\
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
New   Westminster   and   inform   him
true to his word at any rate, and see  again   of  my  aPProval   of  Plans   anJ
to it that municipal affairs were conducted  strajgthforwardly   and   openly,
by   the   council   qua  council,  rather
than by the head thereof in the capacity of autocrat.
I
Alas!   the  citizens  have  been  woefully deceived.    Mayor Lee has arrogated himself the position of supreme
pontiff.    Many recent events point to
this conclusion     The most recent Is j
the occasion of Monday last, when the
mayor sprung  a  surprise   upon   the
Council and tho public by striking a
sensational    attitude    in    connection
with   the  Coquitlam  dam  affair.     N'o
one had any  idoa that such remarkable developments were in store, least
of all the aldermen.    Are we to consider that the members of the Council
were so completely surprised by the
unexpected   turn   which   affairs   had
taken that they were unable to give
due and  proper  consideration to the
real  character of the correspondence
which was laid before them, and does
this  account  for  their  yielding  without  one   murmur .of   protest   to   the
mayor's ridicule  s proposition to submit the correspondence to the directors  of  the   B.   C.   Electric   Railway
company in London?    We cannot believe that men of such bi .'ness ability
iis the aldermen of this city undoubtedly are, would be incapable of forming  a  correct   estimate  of  the  character of the correspondence.
There must be .it seems to us, some
reason ,too, for Mayor Lee's czar-like
methods and the attitude which he
has Liken up, more particularly in
regard to the Coiiuitlam dam question. It looks as though it were a
lersonal matter to him. If there is
Jiot   some   such   consideration   what 	
could bo the object of bis ridiculous  Editor, Dally News:
Sir���In my letter of Saturday   last,
'Hetherington"  should   be  "Levering-
His unreasonable  ton'' family.
The list shows also that NorUi Vancouver with no high school passed up
every  possible  assurance  nine pupils, head one got 66? marks
ind  gets  a  modal.     Mountain   View
ilso  wltb  no  high  scliool, passed  up
ests respecting the water supply will  twelve pupils, bead one got UiiU marks,
be safeguarded can only be for some ' l',,|t *��t8 n��  "w(\'il ,���B sv!,10WHn,fn-
other peculiar coincidence. Miss Olive
particular personal  purpose.    Months : Young, of i'eachland, was entitled to
ago we hud the explicit assurance of a.������dal f*1B.,.' an * G?0rge ^.XW"
of Mountain  View, is thus entitled to
the   Dominion   government,   the   su-' one this year, but neither of them got
my belief that the public interest
in safety of dam and quality of water are thoroughly safeguarded and
that work should proceed as rapidly
as practicable." What more can any
reasonable person ask for in the way
of assurance? Yet Mayor Lee professes to be dissatisfied, and discharges a lot of verbal fireworks about'
insults, the holding up of the city
by the company and so forth. The
fireworks provide a sensation and
serve to distract attention from the
real point Mr. Lee appears to be
trying to gain; that is, continued delay of the works at the dam. Why
does lie want to secure such delay *
It surely can't be for any ulterior
purpose?
At one of the public meetings held
In connection with the dam question,
on January 28, 1000, a well known
citizen stated that "once again the
city was being used as a buffer be- j
tween moneyed interests. . . . The)
' Stave Lake Power company had a j
scheme to unload certain water rights
on the Vancouver Power company and
because they had failed the city was
made the buffer." That was the position then; it was the position when
Hon. Frank Oliver, Minister of the
Interior, met the citizens at Queens
park, on October last, and it looks
very much as if it were the position
now, only rather  worse.
Preserving
PEACHES
1
Three
More Days
And Smiths Great Expansion Sale will be a thing of
the past. It has been the most successful sale ever
conducted in this city. Now do not let these three
remaining days pass without making an effort of
securing some of our special bargains. Come early
to avoid the rush.
Correspondence
(The Dally News Is not responsible
for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
THE    GOVERNOR'S   MEDALS.
threat to obtain the annulment of the
B. C. E. IL charter?
opposition   to   the   completion  of   the
work  after
liafi been given that the city's Inter-
preme administrative power in the
country, that every necessary precaution to secure an ample supply of pure
water would be taken.    We have also !
one.
Will not Earl Grey likely be shocked
when be reads about such an unfair
distribution? J. N. MUIR.
Kamloops, August 1, 1010.
WOMEN    LOSES    SPEECH.
since bad from Mr. Schuyler, the foremost hydraulic engineer on this continent; Mr. Powers, another clever
engineer acting on behalf of the Provincial government; Mr. Chlpman,
rilso a distinguished and experienced
���engineer, acting for the city; and
finally Mr. Freeman, an engineer of
universal reputation, representing the
Dominion government���their separate
and joint approval of the character
pi the work being done and to be done
liy the Vancouver Power company at j f,",.",.
the lake, as ample and  sufficient to  ing  up the harbor, cabin passengers
. .,       ...    ,  I'noticed   that   Mrs.   liagerty   became
safeguard the interests of New \\ est- ,,   cxc[lcd,     Whcn   nearlng   the
minster.     Even   as  late  as   the   20th : dock she saw  her son, and  they exchanged   greetings,  but   when
Joy   of   Meeting   Son   Has   Remarkable   Effect   on   Aged   Mother.
Uoston, Aug. 3.���Joy seldom kills
but it lias robbed Mrs. Sam A. liagerty, of Londonderry, Ireland, of her
voice. Physicians at Carnegie hospital say that, while the case is a remarkable one, they entertain hope
that she may recover her speech. Mrs.
Hagerty, who is seventy years old, arrived from the old country yesterday
to make her home with her son, James
| Hagerty, of Pawtucket, U. L, who met
California   Peaches
are now over.
Yakama
Peaches
are next to  arrive
Get your order
in Early  and
don't get left
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Two Snaps in
Ladies' Hose
No. 1 is a special line of
Heavy Cotton Hose, in black
and tan only. Fast dye. Regular 36c and 45c for   25c
No. Ll Fancy Black Lisle Hose
with polka dot. Regular Hue
for, pair   40c
Roller Towelling
7 l-2c Yard
500 yards Union Linen Crash,
white with red bolder, IT in.
wide.   Special, per yard . ...7>/��
One piece Honeycomb Roller
Towelling, cream with red
stripe ln center and sides. Sale
price    8' -2c
Unbleached
Table Damask
45c Yard
One   piece   only,   ba   inches
wide.   Unbleached   Table   Damask, floral  design, extra hi
quality.    Worth   60c  per  yard.
Sale  price    45c
This will your last chance of securing Wash Goods at 12 l-2c
They are here in Ginghams, Chambrays, Reppe. Fastlen, Cotton Panama,
Linen and Cotton Pon?ee, and among this wide range of wash suitings you
will find almost every shade required. They measure 27 to 34 inches wide.
and the regular values up to 30c yard.   To clear at 12 l-2c
A Special on Wash Suits
$4.95
Only a few of these Linen
Wash Suits left, and these must
be cleared. So hurry, if you
want one. Regular values up
to   .11  for    $4.95
UNDERSKIRTS
$1.25
A Special Underskirt in black
and in wide range of colors.
Special       $1.25
Ladies'  White   Serge
Coats, Three Only
Made    from    Heavy    (.'��� Ll
Serge ,  trimmed    with    black
moire   and   jet   buttons.     R<. .
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each    $12.75
Remember, Only Three More Days Left
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'PIERRE    OF   THE    PLAINS.'
Realizing the importance of giving
the people what they want no dramatic star has given the amusement-
seeking public more attention in this
regard than has Mr. Harold Nelson,
who will appear at tbe Opera bouse
next Friday. While playing stock engagements covering periods of six
month   each   at  the  Garrick   theatre, j Annlev
II. & V. "States" daily except Sunday-
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver, daily except Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Ar-
rive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victori-i daily except Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Sunday; Leave, 8:00;  Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. East, daily; Leave, 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at  9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave.  8:30,  15:45;   Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
I Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  dally   except   Sunday;
1    Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
Kdmonifs,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Fast  Uurnaby,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday.
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
South  Westminster, Tuesday and  Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, dally except  Sunday;   Leave,
14:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Port  Guichon,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at. 10:00.
Westham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday;  Leave.
14:20;   Arrive  at   10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at 10:00.
e,     dally     except     Sunday;
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San Francisco, and the Beck theatre
Bellingham, he used to lay awake
nights thinking of a play to use on
his annual tour. His thoughts ran
the gamut of Shakespeare, Sardou,
Dumas and all the great, authors without avail. Finally he read of the metropolitan succoss of "Pierre of the
Plains." With the aid of his manager,
G. G. Oarrette, he took up a strenuous
correspondence with the producer, Edgar Selwynn.    Success attended their
Ultima Mr. Freeman cabled out:
tr.ay   show   cable   to   Mayor   of
'You
\s the big steamer was plough- efforts and by paying a large weekly
royalty thoy are enabled to put oul
the grand production which has never
been seen outside of tbe metropolis,
and at the highest admission prices.
8 is the only date that "Pierre of
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rived on board it was found that she, the l'lains" will be presented to loca
New   could not speak.
theatre-goers.
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Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 1.0:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   dally   except
Sunday;    Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale,     daily     except.     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port    Kells,    dally    except     Sunday;
Leave,  14:50;   Arrive lit 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;    Leave,   11:50;   Arrive at ll:oo.
Tynehead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
B. & S. "States," dally except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive nt 15:15.
Burnaby  Lake,  dally  excepl   Sunday;
Leave, lfi:00; Arrive at 15:15.
We have now placed on the market
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business in the City of New Westminster ar 1 Vancouver. The firm,
wishing to extend their business to
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and consequently this opportunity is
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guaranteeing large profits to those
who are fortunatt enough to invest
some of their surplus money. We feel
that we are well within the mark In
stating that the profits In the next
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the investment. It will pay you to
call at our offices, at the corner of
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opportunity of this kind has seldom,
if ever, been offered to the citizens
of New Westminster.
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kUGUST 4, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE KlVfl.
^PORTING NEWS
fciiiS     SoiHiuT'
|l (OMING MATCH |   Tfl������
______ . j Reginas and West Enders Clash This
GiffOrd     May     N0t[      Evening   for   League   Leade-ship.
Will NOT RACE
WITH JOHNSON
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
THE   NEW
,]ay 0I1 Saturday,    But
angfellow Probably Will
il considerable speculation on
K ��f the h'VA 1:,('Ii"sst' -'"<!
P'     ,r nexl   Saturday.     After
Pfl.winK Hi" Vancouver team
ft******* ,."<'New WeBt-
Iter f"n9
Both   Teams   Ar*   Strong,
The Retinas and West Enders will
meet tonight |n whal promises to be
the hardest game of Ibis year's series
in the city. \t the presenl time the
teams are all tied, but the Sappertons
has the least chance, as they have
played   the  most  games,    if  the. Re-
, are  anxiously   wall ins
things will iKure out on , gmas lose tonight it  will  make their
the  championship look
The West  Enders still
r Tnuve'r"grounds. I chances    for
rivet possible to say whether | pretty glum
fr.W��� tautiStartS taTi a K,HHi chance t,j reoover;""aB
I part in n   e wl|[   |)(i   well they have three more names to play.
I   >   tint time    Len Turnbull,      All the games this year have been
f      rn be In Rood shape and close, two of thorn resulting In a tie,
f"' .ineof last Saturday's par-1 and hardly any ol them being won by
it   will   have  to  be  Bhelved. more than one or two goals,
r1" ,,..,,,,, \- oul of the city at     The game tonight will start sharp
Uerhlli secretary   Ryall   stated  at 8:30 p.m. and the players are reiki   thai    Longfellow    would Quested to be on hand ready to play
lki.fl.ure on lhe lineup again  at that hour, as the evenings are grow-
f; ' i-ubtfui who will he left off. I Ing shorter and unless the name starts
I       .   ,���   Vancouver   indicate  rtShl   on  the  minute  there  will  not
Krd will play, although il wm be "����' <" Aniih.
���      u.   had a broken nose last      1'"111 Rennle will probably referee.
il".  in spite of repeated asser-     Thti Wesl  Enders have nol beaten
i "lip-irin������ In the Vancouver pa- the Reginas yel  this season bul  are
I v ird  was kicked   in   the   confident that  they can turn tlie trick
I i   the ground  here this time.   The Reginas won the first
1 game,  the  see,,ml   one   was  a draw
and   the   third   was   postponed.
The Regina team wlll be chosen
from among the following thirteen
players: Keary, Pearson, Cotton, Robertson, Fletcher, Wright, Turnbull,
Fitzgerald, Kenny, Gifford, Smith,
Smiili  and   Morrison.
The West End team will line up as
follows: Goal, .Munn; poinl. Digby!
coverpolnt,   Galbralth;   defence   tield
Famous Auto Drivers Refuse
to Appear on Same Track
As Pugilist.
I luffle   with   Longfellow,
I . n can be found here to Bup-
|. ��� version  of  the   story.     If
Ird was hit at all, and Ii seems
* , |,. was hit on the face
J . was standing up.
lino particular disgrace to How-
] was hurt in a scrap where
l". v���| waa so thick that it was
IsiUe to land a blow or get out
p wav of one. but there appears
���    in this "kicked  while (Gregory,   Battson,   Sangster;   center,
I    ��� ness,
I-, lor the game are on sale
. ; ig stoie.
Bartlett; home field, Sangster, Wllkie
at|Mills;  outside home, Uattson;  Inside,
Swanson; spares. Cooper and Murray.
Standing of the League
LALONDE   LEADS.
I'i   Boss    Sets    the     Pace     in
N. L. U.  Scoring.
��������;;"'   Lalonde,   the    Nationals'
, at present  holds the  N.  L.   I'.
|s honors, with   17  goals  to  his
Roberts, ut  Montreal, Is sec-
fith 15 goals, and Lainoureau. of
itlonals, is fast  coming to the
1 at present  has 14  goals be-
| li i. ime.    Barnett  is the best
ton the  Toronto   twelve;    Mc-
|llfor Tecum, eh, Smith for Corn-
\'- wars for tho Capitals.
adin.   scorers   are    ns    fol-
W.
West End       2
Keglnas        2
Sapperton       3
L.    I).    To  PI.
1       3
BOXING MATCHES ARE
REALLY PRIZE FIGHTS
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Two  Thousand   Spectators  at   Maison-
neuve,  Watch   Men   Scrap   Until
One   Is   Seriously   Hurt.
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Montreal,  Aug.   3.���Maisonneuve   Is
IJ   evidently trying  to earn  for itself the
title   of   the   Keno   of    Canada.      For
weeks  a   boxing   bout   between  'Bean-
sey,'  a  local   fighter,  nnd    Howell,  of
Sl ittle,  had   been   announced  to take j
place   in   that   municipality.    The  au-,
thoritles  of  the  town   did   nothing  to1
prevent   it.   though   it.   was   generally {
expected that  it   would, to all  intents:
and  purposes,  be  a  prizefight.    Blue-
coals   a-plenty   were   among   tho   two
thousand   men   who   went   down,   but
they  did  not  Interfere  with  the pro-!
ceedings.      It    was   the   collapse   of
'Beansey'  by  a   murderous  blow  below the belt that put him out of the
fight  and  abruptly    ended    the   fifth
0 I round, an encounter announced to last
g j fifteen rounds.   Howell, who dealt the
re ' blow, was disqualified for it and the
{*   light   was awarded  to 'Beansey,' who
0 was pronounced by a doctor to be in a
| serious condition.
_\ Not only men attended. There were
0' at least seven women, and one had
3 | with  her a  little  girl  not over four-
j.]   teen years of age. They went to watch
1 men,   clad   In   the   scantiest    of   cos-
2 tumes.   stand   up   and   endeavor   to
" i pound the energy out  of each other.
bj I They seemed unashamed and watched
"the battle with Interest. They withstood,   unblushing,   the  sound  of  the
y 'oaths that were bandied to and fro,
rj  the loose, lewd talk, and the low ex-
0 prossions.   They watched tt all in the
" | midst of a crowd of 2,liou men.
In   Reno,  on   the  Fourth  of July,  ft
E.   portion  of the  arena erected  for the
1 prizefight  wbicli  took  place, was re-
1   served   for   "ladles."   It   was   so   built
that thoso who occupied these seats
were screened from the view of the
multitude. At the lacrosse grounds.
where the llghl look place last night.
no such precautions were taken. Tho
ring was a covered platform erected
Borne 20 yards from tlie grandstand,
and brilliantly lighted. The rest of
the field was in darkness. The BOft
glow of summer lightning on the
eastern horizon silhouetted the figures
of mon and boys, perched on the high
fence. About the platform on the
ground   were  chairs,   'ringside  seats,'
| for the fortunate few, the trainers,
Officials, police and friends.
In  the  fourth   round  It   was easily
iseen that the Seattle man was In bad
shape. The crowd howled for 'Beansey' to 'finish  blm.'    Then came the
i blow   from   Howell   below    the    belt.
Beansey' fell and the crowd left, disappointed, because no man had 'gone
down for the count.' and because the
big mill  lasted  only  live rounds.
The   spectators   were   disappointed
at   the   sudden   termination,   though
they hud been shouting all evening for
real   fighting,   and   sneeringly   asked
���'fist. Pet. more than once whether this was to
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The Btory from Indianapolis to the
effect that .leek Johnson, the negro
who recently won in the heavyweight
championship battle with Jim Jeffries
at   Keno,  Nevada, would  appear in  an
exhibition auto drive at the Motor
Spe'edway during the September race
meeting, has created a stir in motor
racing circles that bids fair to bring
on a boycott |,y white drivers against
that famouB course.
It   has  been announced  by Carl  O. I
Fisher,   president   of   the   Speedway,!
that Johnson was refused entry to the!
September races, but that be probably
would  be allowed to drive an exhibition as a feature of the meeting,
Protests have arisen from all parts j
of the country, and more than one famous auto pilot will refuse to ride j
ovei the brick track at Indianoplls in !
September If .Johnson is allowed to.
appear on the course In his machine.
Aiming others who have signified their'
Intention of refusing to drive there I
are Louis Chevrolet and "Wild Boh"
Burman, of the Buick racing team. I
These two drivers have said in force-j
I'ul terms that If Johnson is allowed I
to drive his ear over the track at thel
September meeting, or at any future j
time, they will nol be willing to start \
again on the famous course, In i
speaking of liis attitude, Chevrolet!
said:
"Jack Johnson is a prize fighter, and !
has become notorious in that particu-!
lar   lield.     There  are   no  negro  auto- j
mobile   race   drivers   at   the   present'
time,  and   if  I   understand  correctly. I
there is a ban against it.    1 am not
willing to allow my name to be used i
In the same race program as that of
Jack Johnson, and if the Indianapolis
Motor Speedway  management cannot
confine   itself   to   automobile    racing
without bringing a negro barn-storming  pugilist,  I  believe  it  is time  for
the white drivers to quit the game on
that track."
Burman seconded the sentiments of
Chevrolet, and added: -
"Never before has such a condition !
arisen,  and   I  believe  that  the automobile drivers should feel that Presl-j
dent Fisher and other officials of the j
speedway, In even giving publicity to;
such a project should be the objects
of censure at the hands of white men'
who   make  a  business  of  automobile
racing,    I  have heard  several others i
say that  they will  not  appear at  Indianapolis in September if Johnson is j
allowed on the track, and although 11
won   many   victories   at   the  last   Indianapolis meeting, and am confident;
that   the   Buick   would   make  another I
sweep there in September, I shall re-'
fuse to be a party to any meeting in
which   Jack   Johnson   or    any    other
colored  driver  is  allowed  to  participate."
Two objecting pilots maintain that
the only virtue in Johnson's automobile driving is the fact that he puts
money in circulation by paying tines
for speeding. They assert that it
would be foolhardiness itself to race
against Johnson, who has no knowledge of the mechanical end of an automotive. They feel it would place him
on a par with them��� a position which
they do not choose to occupy.
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Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
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We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
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This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
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Acme Soda Water, Ginger Ale and Pop���
Acme Soda Water was fast climbing to the top;
But Acme Soda Water took an awful fall���
They busted tlieir machinery and couldn't go at all.
But the  Acme Machinery lias undergone repairs;
So  now   Acme Soda  Water  is selling everywhere.
Now did you see the other fellows?
They were surely on the hop. ;
They thought the Acme had made up their minds to stop.
But remember, accidents will happen to the best of us they say;
So Acme Soda Water has certainly come to stay.
The   ACME   SODA   WORKS
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Office:   304 Columbia Street.
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,538      There  were  two  preliminary  'spur-
,515 ring' matches.    Alter the end of one,
,385  which   wns  declined   a  draw, ono  of
Ithe participants  was so enraged ho
'had  to  be held  to prevent   his rush-
Hecreation ing nt  his opponent. He almost  wept
.and tried to address the crowd, which
refused to hear him.    '
Elegy Written in a Country Road.
The curfew tolls the knell of parting
day.
The lowing herd winds slowly o'er
the lea,
The ploughman homeward rides, and
on the way
He gayly toots his auto horn at me.
���Chicago Record-Herald.
The   boast  of   limousine   and   much
horsepower,
And  all   that  engine  and   magneto
spell,
Await alike the Inevitable hour���
the  paths of speeding  lead  but  to
the  cell.
���New York Mail.
Hero  lies  his  head  upon  the  lap  of
earth,
A   youth   to  fortune  and   to  fame
unknown;
The auto hit him for all It was worth,
And then sped on and left him here
alone.
���Houston  Post.
Haply some hoary-bended swain may
say:
"I   seen   him   when   he  passed   and
noticed how
He seemed to want   to hurry on  his
way;
I got his number, but t'ergit it now."
���S. 10. Klser.
Beneath those rugged elms, that yew
tree's shade.
Where heaves the turf ln many a
mould'ring heap.
Bach In his narrow cell forever laid.
The pigs and chickens of the hamlet
sleep.
���Toronto Star.
Full manv a gem of purest ray serene
���Twould take to pay  the lines I ve
had to bear, ,,,    ,
And like a rose my wife has blushed
unseen
When farmers loosed their tongues
on our chauffeur.
���Toronto Globe.
There underneath that stationary cart,
That toots Its horn for help wliich
never comes���
He tries to get the wretched thing to
start; .      ..
Mid   rolls   quaint   curses   oer   his
thirsty gums.
Salmon Report
August 3, 1910.
Bellingham���Got 20,000 flsh yesterday, of which 5,000 from Salmon
banks, 1.000 from seiners and balance
from Lummi and gulf.
Anacortes���Got 18,000 flsh from
traps and 4,000 fish from seiners.
Vancouver Cannery���Got 7,000 flsh
yesterday.
St. Mungo Cannery���Got about 7,-
000 yesterday.
British Columbia Cannery���Got C,-
000 fish yesterday.
Brunswick Cannery���Got 4,000 fish
yesterday.
Ewens Cannery���Got 6,500 flsh yesterday.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery���Got 7,558
flsh yesterday. One boat delivered
110 flslt this morning.
Imperial Cannery���Got 10,000 fish
yesterday.
Scottish-Canadian Cannery���Got 12,-
| 000 fish yesterday.
Phoenix Cannery���Got 10,000 flsh
yesterday.
GIRL  HIT BY BALL
ASKS  $20,000   DAMAGES
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 3.���Alleging
that a baseball batted foul struck her
on her cheek and thus caused a permanent disfigurement, Miss Hazel Wilson sued the owners of the local
American baseball team for $20,000
damages. Miss Wilson says if the
box In which she was sitting had been
properly screened the accident would
not have happened.
GERMAN
OFFICER    HAS
NON-JOLTING   AUTO
Washington, Aug. 2.���A former German infantry officer has invented a
device by the use of wllich the ruh-.
ning of an automobile over rough
pavement is said to result in no jolting. In reporting the invention Consul Talbot J. Talbot, of Brunswick,
Germany, says:
"A former German infantry offlcer
has apparently succeeded in solving
the difficulty. He has shifted the
point of elasticity which formerly consisted of metal spring plates, under
the body of tlie wagon, to the angle
lever system. The result is astonish-
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Selected  at Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined taste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes, Spoon Trays. Bon Pons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE  in   great  variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block.
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If you own a small house worth but a few hundred dollars, you
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by fire, while your horse or cow may be lost to you by fire or from
a  hundred  other causes.
Judging by the business already done by this company tends fair
to make the insurance on each' individual owner so small that anyone owning a horse or a cow can't afford to take the risk individually.
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"The Insurance Man"
651 Columbia Street Phone 62
lng. The inventor used ship's cable
for hooping, but even with wooden
wheels he can maintain a completely
elastic course over cobblestones, country roads, etc., as the wagon jolts are
no longer up and down, but move in
a horizontal plane forward and backward." ,.   ..j.., ,:   L,  .iLl!
Crow's Nest Dividend.
Toronto, Aug. 3.���At a meeting of
directors a Crow's Nest dividend of
one per cent was declared payable to
shareholders of record August 5. This
is merely a distribution and not a
dividend for any regular period. It is
the first paid for two years. , PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, AUGUST4
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Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. k, Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m,, and every hall hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, G:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every hall hour thereafter   until  11:00 '..m.
STANLEY'S PROUD TITLES
PRECEDED TERRIBLE TAIL
CENSUS OF FOREST PRODUCTS.
Posed   as   "Lord   Preston" and  "Earl
of Aberdeen," Then   Became
Butcher's    Assistant.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver Ior New West-
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:00 a.m.. and pv*ry ball
hour  thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave    New    West minster   at   7
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  g a.m. to LO p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to lo p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a. in. arrives Seattle 8:05 p.m.
Leaves Kev, Westminster 10::io
a. in.;   arrives  Seattle  :i:15   p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.;   arrives  Seattle il:40  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.:  arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster fi:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster !t:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster '1:30 a.m.
4 " G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Gulchon 0:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
, 6.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 0:00 a.m: arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a. m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
Elkton, Md.. Aug. 2.���Mrs. Irene F.
Stanley yesterday filed a bill in tiie
Cecil county circuit court tor an absolute divorce from her husband,
Henry F. Stanle>. who In .lune, 1907,
had the people of Cecil wild over a
string oi' titles which he alleged was,
attached to his name.
The couple became acquainted,were
married and were separated all within twenty days, when the castles the
bride was to preside over in the old
country proved to lie mythical.
Stanley, passing as Lord Preston,
ICarl of Aberdeen and several other
things, in 1907 became the guest of
Joseph McVey, one oi the largest land
owners in the Calvert section. He dazzled the McVey family wilh a story of
his high connections and Immense
wealth, hut confided that he was embarrassed by the fact .that he could
not get Ills estate until married, and
offered to give $l,niio for an introduction to a young woman who had been
accustomed to wealth and who could
grace the title of Lady ' Stanley in
Kngland.
Stanley was soon Introduced to several young women, among whom them
Miss Irene Clayton. Stanley proposed, Miss Clayton accepted and set
July 2 as the wedding day.
Meanwhile the "Karl" accompanied
by Miss Clayton, had Lawyer Marshall draw up a marriage settlement,
giving tbe future "Countess" $20,000
a year. The "Karl" learned that the
bride's brothers had found him out
and skipped to Oxford. Pa., where he
took a job as butcher's assistant.
Shortly afterward he disappeared altogether.
The census of the forest products ot
Canada, to be taken on .lune 1, 1911,
will embrace square, waney or flat
timber, logs for lumber and miscellaneous  products.
In ihe first-class are included ash..
birch, elm, maple, oak. pine and all
otber timber cut as Bquare, waney
or flat, and in the enumeration will
1..' reported for cubic feet and value.
Ln. s for lumber, which are Included in the second-class, are in such
weeds as elm, hickory, hemlock, oak.
pine anl spruce. They will be enumerated in the census hy quantities of
1,   feet  board   measure,  with   value
in tlie same unit.
Miscellaneous products of the forest
include bark tor tanning, fenceposts,
firewood, hoop and hop poles, masts
and spars, piling, pot and pear! ashes,
railroad ties, staves, stave bolts and
heading, telegraph poles I including
telephone and other poles tor electric
wires), wood for pulp, and the furs
and skins of forest animals undressed,
and they will be enumerated by number or quantity and value.
Tlie census of forest products will
he taken chiefly from farmers and
tlie  lessees of  timber  limits.
RED MEN MAY HUNT
DURING CLOSE SEASON
Indian   Agent   Expresses   This   Opin-,
ion    and    Government    Will   Be
Asked   to    Decide.
Excursion Fare?
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PACK'S   TROUSERS TEAR;
HUNTER    ESCAPES    BEAR
PRESS    MEN    OVERLOOKED.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassi/., Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. 9H Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast^S. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM  VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:��0 a.m    Dally
1:00 P'��   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m    Daily
11:00 p. in .... Daily except Saturday
11:30 P-m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 P-m.    Daiiy
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 P-">    Mondays
8:00 a. tn.. .Thursdays and  Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Kverv Saturday
TO   PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Kvery  Tburslav  and  Sat
TO  STEWART  (Portland  Canal).
11100 p.m    Kvery   Thursday
S. S.   Beaver  leaves  New   Westminster 8  a. in.  Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays:    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED QOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   P.   FOSTE1L
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Newspaper       Representatives       Not;
Wanted on Earl Grey's Trip.
Ottawa, Aug. 2.���The eve of Earl
| Grey's departure for Hudson Bay was
I marked by u little friction over the
fact that ho Canadian newspaperman
has been invited to accompany His
Excellency on his visit to the Canadian hinterland, while an invitation
was claimed to have been extended by
the governor-general to at least one
English newspaperman.
An excuse for the kick was advanced in the argument that the Canadian
government has to foot the bill.
Some time ago when Canadian
newspapermen asked what arrangements were made for press representatives they were Informed here were
none, and that if any Canadian correspondents wanted to go they might
make their own arrangements to follow the party, though they could not
join it. To put it another way unless
Earl Grey issued a special invitation,
no newspaperman could join his party
nor could get on board thp steamer
"Karl Grey" at Port Nelson, therefore
if any went north "on their own hook"
they would have to canoe back from
Port Nelson or charter another vessel of their own to take tbem around
by Labrador.
From one point of view, therefore,
the situation resolved itself into this:
That the Canadian government wiil
ha\e to foot tlie bill for English newspapermen, but Canadian newspaper-
being, ignored, would have to pay
their own way in one of the most expensive journeys that could possibly
be undertaken by private parties.
The other side of the story is that
if the governor general bad contemplated tho issue of Invitations to the
Canadian press, a couple of dozen
press representatives at least would
have been unloaded on him, and there
would have bad to be a regular fleet
of canoes at the Hayes river next
week.
Also, that the only newspaperman
known to bo going, L. S. Amery, of
tlie editorial staff of the London
Times, is a personal friend of the
governor-general, an.l was aBkod because he is that, and not as a newspaper correspondent.
Chehalis. Aug. 2.���Tom Pack, a well-
known resident of Toledo, has just returned in a dilapidated condition, and
relates   an   encounter   with   a   huge
I black   hear.'   With   Ills   two   dogs,   he
I sighted the bear between two logs,
and was proceeding cautiously with
leveled gun in tightrope fashion along
ono of the logs until he got close to
ithe animal, when his foot .slipped and
he fell to the ground.
I    The bear sprang toward him as he
| was crawling on the log and grabbed
the back of the hunter's trousers. The
cloth stood the strain bravely, but
tbe suspenders gave way, enabling
Mr. Pack to barely escape with a few
scratches, leaving most of bis trousers
in possession of the bear.
I Finding his gun he leturned for revenge and killed the bear. Pack shows
the bear's hide, the scratches on his
own   hide, and  the tattered  relics of
; his trousers as evidence of good
faith.
Fort William. Aug. ::. ���Whei her the
Indians of thin part of Ontario will
continue io enjoy their long unchal-]
lenged privilege of killing game out'
of season depends largely upon ihe result of an agitation Btarted by one of
the red men themselves.
Contrary to all precedent, local authorities took it upon themselves last
spi ing to restrain the Indians from
shooting moose during the close season. During May and .lune. Simon
Penassi. lhe full-blood Indian constable on the Mission reserve, near
bere. made no fewer than hall' a do/.en arrests for violations of the gamo
law, anl he Bcored a conviction In
each case.
Matters were breaking line for Si
mon until George Horrlgan, of Porl
Arthur, was appointed acting Indian
agent some weeks ago,
During the progress of a case before
him yesterday in which Penassi
charged a man of his own race with
slaughtering a moose out of season,
Mr. Horrlgan gave It as his opinion
that the Indians had, under tho old
Kohinsen treaty, a perfect right to kill
big game in unorganized teritory at
any time of the year.
Upon being Informed tbat the case
would   be  postponed   Indefinitely,   the
Indian constable accused Mr. Horrlgan
of  combatting  his   views,  and   wound
up   hy   making    some    ultra-vire    remarks.   The ease will be left in abeyance pending an opinion from the do-1
minion government, which will be ap-1
plied for by Mr. Horrlgan and Crown!
Attorney l.angworthy.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY I
-TO   TH E-
INDUSTRIAL and AGRICULTURaJ
EXHIBIT
August 1 5 to 20.
AT VANCOUVER
Tickets on Sale August 15 to 20.    Final Return Limitl
August 24.
Fare $1.05
For the Round Trip From WESTMINSTER.
Apply : Or Write To :
ED. GOULET, Agent,    C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A.I
New Westminster Vancouver, B, C,
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NB
MORE   COWS,   MORE    MEN:
INLAND    EMPIRE'S    CRY
Spokane, Aug. 2.���Dairymen in Spokane and throughout tlie Inland Empire report places waiting for not less
than l.uoo experienced cry milkers, at
wages averaging $50 a month in summer and $40 a month in winter, with
board and sleeping quarters. Milking thirty cows is a day's work. The
other duties are to wash ti.e animals
and take care of the barn.
Thomas S. Griffith, president of the
Glen  Tana dairy farms,  says that at
no time in the history of the city or
I district has there been such a dearth
jof experienced men in the dairy busi-
I ness.  the  causes assigned  being  the
! rapid growth of this part of the country and tbe increased consumption of
' dairy products.
He also declares there is need for
I several hundred thousand additional
cows to supply the demand in Eastern
: Washington and Oregon. North ami
I Central Idaho and Western Montana.
. where dealers and dairies are now
sending from $8,000,000 to . 10,000,000
ito other states for supplies.
FURNITURE
l^SALE^
SALOON    MAN   ARRESTED
FOR    NEWARK    LYNCHING
WHISKY   SMUGGLING
CHARGED   AGAINST   CREW
Halifax, N. S., Aug. 3.���One of the
most important seizures made in Cai e
Hreton for some years took place at
Glace Hay, when Captain Edward
Dicks, of the schooner Miantonomah,
and four of her crew, were arrested,
charged with smuggling liquor from
St. Pierre and landing It at Scatterie,
Captain Dicks was taken to Sydney
yesterday and latter given his liberty
upon furnishing bail of $2.nun. The
cargo consisted of live casks of sixty
gallons eacli and eighty cases. The
schooner carrb d coal lo St. Pierre aud
returned with a load of liquor, Capt.
Sol Jacobs was at one time master of
this schooner. Captain Dicks says
there was no ground for the seizure,
as he was too late to enter at customs and in the morning he found his
crew arrested,
Columbus, O.. Aug. 2.���L. J. Bolton,
thirty-two years old, of Newark, O.,
a saloonkeeper, is held here under a
charge of first degree murder in connection with the lynching July 8, at
Newark, of Carl M. Ktherlngton, an
anti-saloon   league  special   offlcer.
He is alleged to have placed the
noose about Etberington's neck. De-
tectlyes have been searching for Bolton since July 10, whea he left Newark.
Bolton's saloon was one of the
places raided at Newark on the day o.
tbe lynching. He is a political power
at Newark.
Interesting Booklet.
The Daily News has just received a
profusely Illustrated and neatly printed booklet from the Yorkton Board of
Trade, descriptive of the advantages
and growth of Yorkton, the metropolis of Eastern Saskatchewan, and the
resources an.l possibilities of the rich
farming district of which it Is the
commercial and railway center. York-
ton is the largest grain shipping point
in Western Canada. Its annual grain
exports being 2,00(1,lino bushels, and
thei" are excellent openings there for
homcseekei s and investors as farm
lands can sllll be purchased near the
town at a reasonable figure. Parties
interested can obtain a copy of this
booklet by writing th" secretary,
Yorkton.  (Sask.)  Board of Trade.
Porter Charlton Case.
Now York, Aug M.���Italy cannot
now legally demand the extradition of
Porter Charlton. The time limit expired at midnight last night and no
demand from tbe Italian government
had been received in New Jersey.
All   Our   Curtains,    Window   Shades and Carpeti]
reduced*    This means a great Saving for
those furnishing
Here [Are  Bargain!
ia  O' MISSION  DINING   ROOM   SET,    Comprising   Six  Lealhej
1U-1 leCe    Seated Chairs,  Extension Table, Buffet,   China   Cabinet and,
Dinner Wagon.
This is a Wonderful Bargain.   Price   -   $65.0'
SEE OUR WINDOW
INLAID    LINOLEUM,   per    ygc
square  yard       ��� ********
WINDOW SHADES, mount-    A fig**
ed on hartshorn rollers        ��"v
FLOOR    OILCLOTH,    per   25(
square  yard	
LINOLEUM,    Twelve    Feet   gQ(
wide, per square yard
Denny & Gallowa
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street, New Westminster, B. C|
Store Closes  Wednesday At 1 p. m.
$50 Down and $50
Every 6 Months For
Two Years, Buys a
CHOICE   LOT   At
White Rock  Time  Table
Leave New Westminster���
8:15 a. m., 10:30 a. <������-
4:30 p m., midnight.
Leave White Rock ��� f��2
a. m.; 1:55, 5:35 and 8:1b
p. m.
WHITE, SHILES 8c CO., New Westminster Agents
Hal   t-t\**aj
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DAY.
AUGUST 4, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PA.OB BHVBN.
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kadies,   We   Have   Only   a Few
DRESS SKIR TS .
[Left   Which  We   Wil1 Clear  At l
HALF PRICE
^CTTbirtch
WIN) BULL HUNTING       STARVED HUSBAND
""mm   CRAVES FOR DIVORCE
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Eat and Be Merry!
99
Exciting    Sport    at    Maaaet���Cattle
Successors  of   Band   Imported   by
Settlers   Years   Ago.
L White House
617 Columbia Street
Sunday School Teacher's
Wife Never Gave Him
Enough to Eat, Ile Says.
I'iiisi,mg.   Aug.   3.���Oeorge   Ward,
for the past  twenty years a Sunday
teacher   connected   with   the
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Ihe WESSELTON DIAMOND! !
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r�� in stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
. J yj RlDgB  $40   tO  $400.
'���.' J�� goods ure the  BEST procurable ln Canada, and Is a pleas-    *
,,* game. ���
HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES. ���
hambcrlin's ._��_
E
ELER
si'"|' "ni of the ordinary, combined
with some danger, Is reported by a
correspondenl of the Victoria Times
from Mussel, Queen Charlotte Is
hinds.    He says:
Three wild bulla appeared In  Mas- H
Bel  recently, and each toofc a differ- _ ,
enl   route through   the   settlements. FrlendBhlP ''���"l< Presbyterian church,
The flrst seen by the writer was a red llil   entered suit  for divorce against
and   whii..   animal,   weighing   about hla wife Martha Ward, and the entire
twelve   hundred    pounds      At    first congregation  appeara  to  be  scandal-
glance  H  appeared  to  weigh  twelve ,.���,,    ,. ,
tons, and II was a question whether it '' week" " i,!,"":",1 ""''"'"���',1
was a land animal or the famous sea- "f  ""'  conjegatlon   have  heen  urging
serpent    in thla quiet locality it. in Ward not to enter the divorce court,
the custom to visit the seashore on tbe but today he filed tbe libel
Mea,M.  ,,^.".r,'V.1   "!   !'"'   ,""kly;    The suit promise, to be Interesting,
steamer, to ascertain whether the ves- ���.,
sel  is "in sight."    we distinguished ,       W""1J1" ������"<" wl""�� a separation
the smoke over ten miles away  giv- |H ;,Hk'''1 l!i Ward's second wire, and
ing time to reach the wharf before the ,lls ,"" makeB ^Negations that since
ve   el ties up Ml"'' marrlage six years ago thai she
Monday  last   was  no exception  to _** ,;,,"tl,ll-v collected hla ware   and
the rule, and we wandered oul In the has refU8ed *���" ��lv,; ,'1"1 even enough
and you ll feel like a new person,   Sour stomach-  heartburn���
occasion^  Indigestion    chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
NA-DRB-CO  Dyspepsia Tablets.     The  properly digested I I
restores yoor strength,  your stomach regains lis Im,c,  .,,<]  .-,,..,
requires no further aid.
50c, a box.    If your druggist hai not stocked them yet send
jOc. and we will mall them.
National Dbuo ano CHSMIOAL Co. or Canada Limitkd. Montreal.
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NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
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Weekday Schedule j
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  6 50,  6:20,  6:50, 7:20,
.  half hour thereafter until 11 p, rn.
e Vancouver for Westminster  ut  5:60,  6:60,  7:20, 8:00
If hour thereafter until  11:30 p. in.
Adults,  60c;   children  under  12,  Tiac.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver   at   8
.'     ���     every  half  hour thereafter until  11  p. m.
..   Vancouver for Westminster  at  X  a.   nr,  9  a.   m.  and
.if hour thereafter until 11:31  p.  m.
rsiea   Kates:   Return fare. f.Oc;  children. 25c.
fdule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
- ::  _0 a. m. and 3:20  p.  m.    Freight cars  leave  Van-
l for Westmlaster at i):2*, l:2o and 5:20,
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
-���.  :      ���-  Line���.'"-minute service from 5:40 a rn. to 11:20 p.m.
-���nice���20-minute  serrice from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Service��� 20-mlnute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
i.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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Contractors and
louse Builders
We nave a full   line   or   the   Best
Judders   Hardware in this City.
'���ri Building See Us. a= we   telieve   we   can   save   you
Alio Complete   Stock   ot    PAINTS   and   OILS
loaey.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
B.C.
Mills
im
ber
and
Trading
Co.
UEBR
RNED
llaci.'acturers and Dealers ln  A-il Kinds of
LATH.  SHINGLES.   SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
':������
Royal City Planing*Mills  Branch
-  '2                       New Westmir.iter
Bos  137
HARRY   TIDY.  Manage'.
RIDAY, AUG. 5
G G. GARRETTE PRESENTS CANADA'S
FAVORITE DRAMATIC ARTIST
Harold Nelson
*N HIS GREAT MASTERPIECE
'Pierre of
the Plains"
'��� a0n$ale at Tidy's Florist Store, Mon., Aug. 1st
sarly morning looking for the carrier
money to get luncheon, and on (lift-
from home."   The sea waa '.'"'"' ���"'���'^"'^ haa ��ent him to work
calm; the birds were singing; all ''���'ry,     ,
nature  appeared   a,   painted   In   tbe ward, who Is an expert steelworker,
lat��  ��� edition ol tbe most, raahionable s,il"""H ll^ir"H "' "how that bia dally
novel.   We paused to admire the hair "'"""," *"<-*<-&*��� H6. but of thin he
basking on the horul bare, ami
a ei     he  hns   nol    been   allowed   to
to pick up  here and there, a beauti- 8^ndKtBlxleen���?en1t,!   K""'"   marrying
ti     How different, we thought, wl,e  '\��',,-'   ,UilMl  iB lir,y, '���"��� "f
from the bustle and roar ol the city. ag?*nd bis wife Is about thirty-five.
G   :           ime!    No fear of the auto- When  ;jHk,!(J   for  ber  Hl""  "<  lhe
mobile and Btreet car; no danger from
tent i illi   toi b or  mounted  po-
��� men.    We were "monarcha of all
irvi red " B it  Mop: that Bound i.s
like tl ���    .'.'-rik" of an auto.    Nearer
und neater the noise seems to come.
S<    ���     ng  with  horns and  a tall  in
the air approacl ea.    It. has four lega
and Is red and white.    We feel poal
case today, Mrs. Ward said: 'I don't
need an attorney. I'm enough of an'
attorney to handle this case myself.
"Mr. Ward doesn't know anything
of the value of money, bul he has;
some children by hi.-; former wlf<: who
Mo know the value of money ami there
Is the rub. 1 won't, see them take hla
money, and some  tim<; Bince I  waa
t        ������-��� all our attention.
Once In the branches we realize
��� . nature has provided other things
than  birds, seals,  agates and   aand-
tive it Ib not the smoke of a steamer, '("^"";!'"  "' P"t one of  his  grown
and the ne re I   r, ite to   a tree  en- ';'""���' "     ?ut otJ��f '""T  , V' ":.
these   Sunday   school   people   bobbed
Into the case there was all   sorts of
trouble "
Ward  aald  today:    "It ser.'-.   me
ace for observing fi*1  !"r   ^T_\nt8   !*'',ln-    }A mJght
_, .v._ :   have   known    better.       I   could    have,
stood anything save that rny wife objects to seeing me eat Bbe not only
takes all my envelopes, but flies Into
a vent of rage when I am fortunate
enough to be harried something to
eat by my grown daughters. Oni a
few days Bince one ol the church people came to visit me and we went
into my daughter's part, of the b< i e
to r it and while we were enjoying
0 it meal my wife carr.e over and fearing away the cloth from the table
sr-ar<-rl rny visitor away The church
people cautioned me to hear mj I
ble with Christian fortitude, but I
kr.ow when I've =fo' e.ough."
"PIERRE    OF    THE    PLAINS."
tbe smoke ol the looked-lor boat was
bed���and still nature smiled. We
k nder whether the "something"
could r-llmb a tree; but the answer to
our thoughts was a repeated volley of
"honks." We could se�� the "sorne-
hln." atop; wave Its head, continue
"honking" ami move on. It went toward our home, and we remained in
the tree, it was a stately spruce tree;
the   i were   magnificent,  and
lung to them,  knowing full  well
.that there are Othei   borne than those
of  a dilemna.      The  sad   sea  waves
ed    their    monotonous    anthem,
. e we wondered whether'a serpent
ed horni     The  bird  chirruped,
we  thought    '   '   ������   fact  tbat  a  hear
'does :. ��� weai scandal appendage We
. id    :.       ::.-    tail,  and  B^metWng
colorM  red  and  white.    Ti.e    honk"
ed like the i     -��� we   '  e beard     There a e few professional?. In the
Beld where cattle had world ol ���. iis that display tbe
. .    . . sincerity   rnanifesrel   by   Harold   NeJ-
A   Wiid   Bu;J. son,  Canada's  favorite  dramatl
it a wild hull?   Most, assuredly.  1st,  who wh,  be seen   at   the   Opera
One ...:.-. we heard of that  house  on   Friday.    Although   Mr   >:*���',���
roamed   iroend    Rose   Bpit,   twe i t igagementa In tbe
away.    After  a  while  we coo- theatres  ot   San   Francisco,   and   tbe
ed .   safe to leave tbe tree:  but  larger cities    ���'  tbe     wsl  each  year,
���   ti   -   we  considered  about he Is always loyal fo the places
follow., i utimal toward  home. A  he   visits   or.   bis    annua!    road
tbe tract e  bull, or ai*  "Pierre  yt tbe F'.ains." his
miles  around   by  another  route.    We - ��� ���        Ung for tbis    -
took  the   -.. . trees,   and   found  Hon.     It   deals   with   characters  that,
that   the   ueame       id    irrtved   and were early settlers bere; who lr.
waa ready -     save   igain    Thatnigbt dellnlatlons are true to I '��� over-(
Indians killed I ball, and we drawn,  ���;���  exaggerated   in   tbe  least
td the drat taste of fresh meat  Resides   the  flne   pathos  that  perme-!
iin g ...    irTivaL iate ���'���   ���*-**>   there Is plenty of good
! tfl ;., ::..' . we started out on an-  whoieswrr.e   humor   tbat  does   no'   'ill
other  Jaunt  in   tbe   same   direction,  ro  meet,  with   spontaneous  responses
Afrai.i '        - linly not.   The wild bull  from  the  up aa  well   as   the   down.
waa dead and al! nature smiled again,  stairs lection of the theatres he plays
In   almost   the   same   spot   another, All of the thrlliing incidents were en-,
"honk"   waa   heard.     Again a   tree acted  In  reality in  this section, and.
���    ed a good resting place.   Bull No. IJadgtag  from  the advance sale  since
aiHd       at      It. was certainly be-  the   engagement,  of   Mr.   N'elson   was
coming  DMBOtOD   .-     TWa  malting a announced, he will be musingly wei-1
cey of a man U a little wearing corned.
tbe nerves, especially when one ia ��� ,
i :.   t  peace! :i  mission  looking
for fhe beautiful and suhllmfi. Bull No O, Canada:  Poor Canada!
.   vas a grand creature;   viewed from ] i From the Toronto Star i
a tree-top  he  certainly  looked  fir. to      That noble Canadian anthem, "The
grace the tables of the whole of the stars and  Stripes  Forever,"  was the1
ie ' ers   and a vow  was  taken  right p;P-.,-e de resistance on  the  Dominion
there that, he would never again make  [>ay musirial program with which fhe
men   i -lng into play some of -he  -r-  manageatesrt o* the  Brussels  K.vposi-
;,. rl ed   to   us   by   Ibe   late  -__   honored   fhe  Canadian   pavilion.
Profess* ���    .  i.'v.n    ���    provided,    of  The orchestra did itself proud.    There
ourse   we eve-   lescended from  the  W:la a  pot-pourri   of   Canadian    ite*
tree    Time works wonders aad buH rhere waa Tbe Land at -ne Maple,"
.   a   td -n.    We Lis�� descended   ,.-. |   :-  the end of the tot,    a  Inal
..   .   : tal    -.v.i'.r- ���'" proof   of   a   thorough   geographical
ettleme       'ea     it     iere   *   "���   .���   vledge   ol   tbe   (tttvletune   if  'his
iitlon. i Inent, that aforeaafd iem at    in
The   Hunt. _j  \_   jong,    "Tie   Stars   and   Stripes
The evening ihad'ea  were falling���  B        ir," with " O. Canada." thrown
i    ,i     i ooper"����� " ���"    i '       for good aeas ire.
v\>   ��eard  in  tbe  Iniflan  village   rf     It.   is   cbeeving   to   learn   tha;
StaaBet.        '    I      ��� '���   *r*M  bull."  was  Cmadian exhibit is really the feature
beard on all -sides    Tea Indians start, of the Exposition,    lf. is somforOng ui
ad�� out  with  then-  trusl     '���������.'-    tiffefl   know   that   the  national   holiday   was
and   we  followed.     Wrhin   two  linn-' fltr.ing!.    eefebrated   in   the   Dominion
dred  vards  ot our  home  hull  Noi  2 pavtMoa.    But the correspondent who
waa   located,   and   the    hunt    Vu.m.   sends   these   tldtega     sends    also    a
��� >ehlnd trees tbe Indiana started marked program of the music.    And
,    .,     ,., - ,  Mtaen bullets in the  rlmt spoils things.    Nor siiiisfied with
uUmaL, and sni 1  be   'emalned   in his  printing  rhe  Stars  and  Stripes  upon
A native  was  '.en:  tor a now  _*   atctnxe   piistcards   of   Canadian
supply ot cartridges and frani an un-  buildings, a section of the people of
Tenders   tor    Royal    Columbian    Hos
pital.  New  Westminster,  D.  C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to tha undersigned, and marked on the <���"
velope "Tenders for Royal Columbian
Hospital,"   win   be   received   al   tbe
Offlce of the Secretary. Thoiiiiion Mock.
New Westminster, B, C, until 12
o'clock noon, or Monday, the fifteenth
day or August, 1910.
Plana and specifications may !/<���
seen at the offlce 'if the architects '
Messrs. Birds A- Blackmore, 30fi Loo
block. Vancouver, n. C, or al the
Secretary's offlce, Thomson block,
New Weatmlnater, B, C,
Each tender mual be signed and
sealer] by all the partiea to the ten
der, arid witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered hank, payable to the ordei
<it tbe Board ol Managers of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, equal to flve per
cent of the amount ol the tender.
Any  |.'-rson  whose lender  js aCCOp!
ed,   Khali,   within   one   week   nftei    the
acceptance thereof, sign the contract,
specifications and other documents re-
qulred to be signed, anri in anv case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted, to
complete     and     eve- ite     the     corilrart
with the Board of Managers, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to tbe Board
of Managers as liquidated damages for
such   refusal  or failure.
The person whose tender Is accepted, will f>e required to provide
a bond satisfactory to 'tie Board of
Managers, equal to ten per cent, of
the amount of the contract.
The cheque deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
rei -ned within t<.n flays after the
signing of the contract
Ti.e low-eat, or any tender, not necessarily accepted.
W,  II   KEARY,
Secretary  Royal Columbian Hospital
P   0   Box 59.
Mew   Westminster, B. C. July   14
LAND  MLGI5TRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
boen mads 10 register Duncan it>>n
Hail ns tho owner in fee simple, under
B Tax  Ktilo  Deed  rioiri   K   A.   U'llmot,
Inspector of dykes, to Duncan Ball
Hail, bearing data tha  18th day of
June,   a i) p   1007,  of  1,11   and   ttliiKular
that certain parcel or tract 'if land
and premises situate, lying and helm:
in the District of New Westminster,
In tbe i'i i' .' e 1.1 British Columbia,
more partlciUrl. known and described as pari ���':���.') ones of tbe southeast
quartei of Section 18, Township 3,
Range 29, wesl ol Bth Meridian,
You  and   thOBfl  Claiming  ��� tir '1 hkI> or
unrier you and nil persons claiming
any intei sat in thi said lan'd by virtue
of any nine 'ituied Instrument, and
all persons chiTJng any interesl la
the said tend by dfrent, whose title
Is not rc;i.,'-e'l   a-rt  lhe provisions
of tho "Land Ro. i��trv Act," are required to contest 1 14 "<i:n of the tax pur-
chaser within for'y fu 1 riays from the
date of the flnit pub! cation  of this
notice   upon   y ,i,    and   In  default  of a
caveat or certl fl n-.. ol .is pendens
being filed w'IMn >������<"��� 1 (oriod, or in
default of redrm.tlon fifforj registration, you ail cadi of you wMi be fOT��
e,ver estopped and debarrrd from set-
t.lriK Up any 'him to o    In  IP Sped  of
tin- said land, nnd i Bha 1 register
Duncan  Bell  Hall n~. owner  thereof
In fee.    Arid  I  li'-i'-l 7 01 I-    that  put.
licatton of this DOltCe for thirty days
In a dally neWsp-lf -t 1 1 bllshed In New
Westminster w h te [ood and tutflc-
: lent service lnerr<,f
Dated at ttio L��nd Registry omce,
New Westmin ier, r*tti_c* >,' British
Columbia,   this   l<0th   iny Ot   April    A.
I), 1910.
C  8   KEITH,
I Iftricf Reglstrar<
To f'ar.a-'.a   P-i-n sn��-.nt  Loan  fe  :  ���'-
IriKs  Co .   DppenbelmeT   Bros .   Ltd .
Liability; G. W.Leisbman; I v; Hew-
ton.
Eastcrbrook  Milling  Company,
Lourne.   Ii. C
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL      .6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $5.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL .5.25 per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR 14.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FT.or:f{ aN'D FF'.Kf) MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET.
Ht'M  Westminster.
Tslsphon* W,
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Lew*. Rrar.itman-Ker wharf al 1  P.  M. daily Pirr.ept. Saturday, and
on  Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets af. B C. E. R. ticket, office and on board steamer. Electric cars Mavft Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See  the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
Bush one of the Eadlans  "hamstrung
8 inmiiil. drill .a ihowad light, inn
Iraga id Umaal* ��**��' hiM 9��",au8IB'
rhe messenger l-et.nrnerl wlffl i mj.
���\ at "diim-riiinw" ind Ohnae mora
shots brought Bha bull to hla taees.
Witliin another hour tim-"* was -i aro
Bhinope   seem   unable   to   conceive   of
ii- dominion, even  musically, except
ia  ".'. Canada, United States!"
without   "rounding'   them   up."    They
have  ai tacked  men,  walking   or   on
ZtTZr-iL\'--'':.   'resli  meal   In tha *il.  Horseback, and are a menace to the
i,..    md we   ook the tail Homo aa a i people  now   residing  in   the   settle-
~ '. ments.    It is proposed to organize a
C On tha turn'1 -*<*v rllH 3��ttle1'3 at company and systematically kill oft
vew VTaaHet had a rtmilto experience., the pests, which should be done as
\ i-i.i- waa thuaed hy a third wild , soon aa possible. While they are at
hiill in.- '"tiluin huahand brought j largo the danger to tame cattle will
(Idling liini with bub also  increase, through  the Indiscrlm
u
n down .litt'.r rid
.i.
a wild cattln now troubling lhe
ntclan are part of a band roHinlng
Datween VTuflsat and Skidegate. Some
uis  ago  a
settler  Imported  oattle
Columbia Street Snap
Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, bai. to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
. Jr,
The New Westminster City Specialists.
Ulowlng dim* to ������ ��w tho mib ment to another'
inate  shooting  of   animals  found  on
the  feeding grounds.    The slaughter i
of three cattle in as many days will, ��� i     l      . lll .'' ...i _      . n    ���������J���  .
show the danger to those who go out i         _-^. w   r*-.-*-*.~~a *���-< -a���         aa. > *-a~��w **-���         m '����������    ^.
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The Oven
Of a Range
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven,, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Note the illustration*.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
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News;
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New Things
To Eat
There's a popular proverb to the effect that
"a change is as good as
a rest."
No one can stop eating very well, but a
change of diet often
benefits the stomach and
the health in general.
That's why it may pay
you to look over the
menu at the ROYAL
Cafe tonight.
The cooking is perfect,
retaining the   delicious
Mr. and Mrs. P. Peebles have returned home from a visit to Victoria.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. *���
Davies . reenhouse is the place to
get  bouquets,  floral  designs  and  all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone K 208. **
i
City Engineer Blackman is preparing to make a topographical survey of
Coquitlam lake.
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Furniture. **
Three hundred and fifty dollars will
buy a lot and build a cottage at White
Hock. White, Shiles & Ca. will tell
you how. *'
The second of the series of summer
band concerts will he given this evening, Queens park being the rendezvous. The program had not been
decided upon yesterday evening.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ������
The management of the Bohemian
: Cafe sees to it that the bent only is
i serred  there. "
In addition to having a display at
| the National exhibition in Toronto, the
I publicity committee of the city council is making arrangements to have
i an exhibit at the Vancouver exhibition.
Call on W. E. FaleS for prompt
delivery on parlor, hedroom, kitchen
or any  house furnishines. *'
r
Kellington Brothers wish to ai}-
' nounce that on and after the ninth
I of August they will occupy their new
: offices, in the Northern Crown Bank
' building, recently vacated by Wilson.
Cook &. Co. **
For    carnations,    sweet    peas    and
dahlias,    phone    Davies    greenhouse.
! R 208. ���*
The wind-up meeting of the Citizens
! picnic committee for this year will be
j held this evening, when al! accounts
in connection with last week's excursion to Victoria found correct will be
ordered  paid.
Swimming, boating, bathing and
cool breezes at White Rock. Have
you a summer cottage there?
Remember the auction sale of Mission furniture at the corner of Fourth I
and Carnarvon streets at ten o'clock:
I his    morning.      T.    J.    Trapp,    auctioneer. *���
Steamer Transfer will make Sun-'
day afternoon trips to Steveston
during the fishing season, fare $1.
Boat leaves Westminster at Z p.m..
returning leaves Steveston at 6:30
p. m. **
I
Hit Murchie and J. Shawcross will ���
PO to Vancouver this evening to rep-;
resent New Westminster at a meeting'
of the senior soccer league, when matters of considerable importance will '
come up for discussion.
SALMON PACK THIS YEAR
MUCH BELOW THAT OF 1009
Bristol Bay Output Falls Short of Last ;
Year's   Pack   by   314.595   Cases.
450,000   Cases   From   Alaska.
San Francisco, Aug. 3.���Tlie Bristol
bay salmon pack for 1910 fell considerably below the pack of last year.
The total output for this year amounted to 834,000 cases, against 1,147,595
cases for 1909, and 1,170,285 cases for
1908.
The   largest   Individual    pack   was |
made by  the seven  canneries of the
Alaska     Pacific    association,     which
turned  out  450,000  cases.
SNAKE  IN "RAT."
Girl Bitten by Reptile Is in Serious
Condition.
Richmond, Aug. 3.���Bitten several
times by a baby moccasin snake which
nested In her "rat" when she had laid
that creation off during the evening
in a hammock in her front yard, Miss
Mary Wood, of the West End, is re
ported to be in a serious condition.
The girl is a department store clerk.
She went to work as usual the next
day, but her head began to itch an 1
pain her. When her hair was taken
down several small red splotches
were discovered on her head. Enduring the pain all day the girl went
home and told her mother of it. She
tore the "rat" to pieces and a six-
inch moccasin dropped to the floor
and  wriggled away.
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Pot   plants   and   fresh   nut   flowers'
t. Tidy's store.    Phone 184. **
natural
-foods.
flavor  of   the
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
?l'h train service to White Rock U.
most convenient for fami,��.S', the business man can be in town by break-
fast time. Three trains leave there
for New Westminster in the afternoon
and evening, aniving at 2:50, 8:25;
and 9:27 p. m. Trains for White Rock
leave New Westminster at 8:15 and
10:30 a.m.; 4:30 p. ra. and midnight."
Posters" for the exhibition of the'
Royal Agricultural and Industrial tn-
cio'y have been received at the secretary's office. The posters are somewhat similar to those used last year,
but the main view, depicting the central building, is different. The posters have not yet been distributed
around the city.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
No Flies On
Your   Cattle   if   you   use   our
Imperial   Cattle   Wash.     Apart
from   saving   the   cattle   from
Hies you increase tlie supply of I
n.i'.k in milch COWS.    Cows can't j
fight    lies    and    produce    milk. [
$1.00 gallon.    Try a  25c  bottle.
The Public
Supply Stores
We want you to
place your order
NOW for
Peaches
for
Preserving
We are carrying
the best that can
be got.
ALWAYS:
A  nice  line of
TOILET   WATERS.   VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION       POWDERS,
TALCUM     POWDERS,
LET SOAPS, ETC.
TOI-
T. A. MUIR X CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane   Block-
of Bank
-Four   Doors
of Montreal.
East
Curtis Drug Store
Kodnks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
; Phon��s:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
|       Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent tiew. Streets on three Bides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Friday and Saturday
Many of our customers will remember our Big Sale of Remnants held last fall. Since then w
have had neither time nor space to attempt (he sale of the great accumulation of ends of everv d��-
scription.    When these ends go on sale at  this our First Annual
SUMMER SALE OF REMNANTS
customers may rest assured that the prices are going to he lov,-���lower   than   cost   in  hundreds of io.
stances.   We have divided them into lots at
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, &c
We will use all our center tables���giving them over to the Remnant Sale for the two days coal
mencing Friday August 5. At these prices are ends of Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics, Staples, Draperial
and Cottons of every description. See our window display. No remnants sold at the prices untilI
Friday morning.
Thousands of Ends of
Laces, Embroideries and Ribbonsl
At 5c,  10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c and 50c Each
Small ends of all  kinds of Lace, hits of Hair Ribbons and Dainty   Embroideries.    They  are -
with   the  crowd   on   Friday   and  Saturday.    Il   is  surprising  how   many are slowed away in tlie variojl
drawers and  nxtures.    Wben we begin to get tbem ready for a sale like this is when we reallie whfl
a collection there is.    lly Saturday  night  there will he but a  small  number  left.    All divided
making   it   more   convenient for  customers  and  ourselves  alike.    Thai   you  may   Becure besl aitentli |
we   advise   that   you   shop   early.
w.
COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
H5*fe
2
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
not your (ace.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent.
A Gillette Safety Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your face.
Jlsk ar writ, far our from booklet
explaining a hundred and on.
things you ought to know about
shaving and tho car. of your fae*.
C.illftte   . nfety   Razor   Set   COtllUtS
of triple siWrr plated holder that wilt
Inst �� lifetime, with ii double-edged
blade* (34 keen e<l_es) in velvet lined
leather case.    Price $5.00.
Combination Sets���Brush, Soap, etc.
$6.50 to fjo.oo
Sold By
KIRK'S RARRWARF
Announcement
OF   THE
MODERN   BUSINESS|
SCHOOL
1910-1911
Fall Term Starts Monday, Aujj^l
Now is the tirr.e for you  to Enroll and
reap  the  Benefit of the Special Rates
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
L
G10 Columbia Street,
New   Westminster,
SB
MANY  HORSES WILL
good boys nnd true *����
RACE AT SARATOGA   Kont   U) forego tlie l'l''a9"r'jjs
m    v     ^,���r   ������    do.      the Montreals trounced W
N.   V.   Auk.   ...-Racing   .^^  ^  ������  ���,,���������������.  *
Saratoga
men  in  large numbers aro  I1010  for I ,'r""r,">  ""  ""  '"   ^.el\ hy
tbe midsummer meeting or tho Sara-1*111 ,,c order.   ' ���..'...,i meatt.
iMl
ill m('c
toga Racing association, which opens elation. -At the ��nou     w,,,
tomorrow an.l will continue until Sep-1 this
. inent
year an agreeru ,
tember 1.   President H. T. Wilson, Jr. I llt that should any affl8te ,������ i_
and other officials aro optimistic over
the prospects for a successful meet-1
ing.   Over 1,200 horses ure quartered
at tho track.
lhe ;
m>st i��"1|,l!���
Minto tup BS"1"'
would   be  l'"8lr"':."ti,ljr1
DEFAULTED GAME MAY
, BE PLAYED OFF LATER
with
game   ,..  ,,.,
tunately for Waste W�� ^ s
tlon was not embodftd m
of the meeting.     ....a.mltis"*
However,    the   WJ^j
gates to a ���wUM.,8J?,i4
  I ..rdny to thresh ��>"  ��"   *a�� "
Although the Vancouver Termlnnls ] Insist (hat tftejocai.:.$ plfcfL
have   been'claiming"b   win   in   the'its rights rnretiis^     ,,,e
23,   and   It   Ib  l,ri, . mviil fl'y
IT  PAYS T�� AOVERTI8E
���IN���
HE        OA��LV        m  s  w ���'ca.ise Lt was Impossible to find twelve 'ordering t.'.i*. nu-
lacrosse match which wns scheduled
to take place In that clty on July 23,
and which Westminster defaulted be-
men will ��t*VV**>"
thereby
ViiiK"
:;;i; to.w';
Oil
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