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 ^*- 22 1910
White Rock
8EA8IDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER.
V'cro.,;B
he Dailj) ;Net��r
Camping
"WHITE  ROCK," THE  PL      E
WHITE, SHILES & - 0.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
IjME ,r>.   NUMBER 146.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE FIV-   CENT&
THREATEN
NTfRIOR TOWNS
Forks   and  Sandon
led Off the Map-Valu-
Timber Destroyed.
ii. B. C, July 20.���It is fairly
that Three Forks and Sandon
wiped off the  map  by the
raging In the Slocan coun-
COMMITTEE TO SETTLE
* FINAL PICNIC DETAILS
Meeting Will Be Held This Evening-
Tickets   Have   Sold   Well   for
Excursion   to   Victoria.
TRADE FIGURES SHOW
CANADA'S PROSPERITY
fien
res
positive proof ls lacking and
situation      remains
to get.
general      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Die same, there fortun.-ltj'ly  he-
wind   blowing   for   tbe   past
Jour   hours.     Despite   this   tne
irthern railway has called in
at work on the line between
il  Vniir.
is  seriously  threatened  and
at   work there back-firing.
Blacksmith's Story.
Larson,    blacksmith    at    the
Jim   mine,   tells   the   following
fcf the lire at tlie mine:
sjits nearly the last to leave the
I run  down the trail towards
Iway  track.    The  air  was  full
The Citizens picnic committee will
bold a meeting tonight to discuss the
final details of the excursions to Victoria on July 27. It is not known I
yet exactly how many tickets are sold,
but, all tlie ticket sellers report a
strong demand for tbem. The date
has been declared a public holiday and
all the stores will be closed, so there
is nothing to keep anyone In town.
I The committee has secured the ser-
) vices of Pipers William Robertson and
' Robert Knight, who will be dressed
in full Highland regalia for the occasion. Additional music will be provided in the parlor of the boat by a
ten-piece orchestra.
The C. P. R. steamer Princess May,
carrying; the excursionists, will leave
the C. Y. N. wharf here at 7 a, m.
sharp, and will return some time in
tlie evening.
For First Three Months of
Fiscal Year, Trade Increased Over $30,000,000
Revelstoke   Mill   Burns.
Revelstoke, July  20.��� The big Eddy
sawmill   here   was   burned   yesterday.
Ottawa, July 20.���Canadian trade
figures lor June and for the first quarter of the fiscal year indicate the
general prosperity of the country.
The total for the month shows an
increase of eleven million dollars
over the same month last year, while
for three months the increase was upwards of thirty-five millions.
June Imports totalled $39,705,437 an:l
exports of domestic products $24,793,-
r,2i. For tlie first quarter of the year
the aggregate trade was $171,173,f'>'JU,
compared witli $136,667,791 for the
same quarter last year, and imports
of $109,384,187, compared with $S2,-
102,190 last year, while exports totalled $61,789,503, compared with ,5U,-
456,601.
BURNABY BOARD HOLDS
OPEN AIR SESSION
Rural Business Men Find
Hall Too Hot and Adjourn
to the Lawn.
DREDGE KING EDWARD
WILL DE OVERHAULED
Work   at   False   Creek   Almost   Over
Now���Fruhling   Is   Going   to   Improve   Alberni   Harbor.
HORSE SHOW BUILDING
TO BE STARTED TODAY
|nu   burning   brands   and   tree'The plant was totally wiped out.
Tlie   branch   of   one  tree   top |
j was   shooting  through   the   air
rocket just touched my arm as
ack   Suction  Saves   Lives.
we  reached  tlie   railway   track
Jtex tormed by the wind caused
suction,   holding   the   Barnes
larlly in check.    This was the
; of saving the lives of all who
|n  ihe  party,  for  had  the  rush
continued   we  would  all   have
ermine  by   the   intense   heat.
ind vortex lifted the water in
lake like a waterspout, wbicb
the   water  in   a   column  about
.five   feci   in   tlie   air.     Several
|scs   of   this   phenomenon   have
Force  of   Men   Will   Be   Put  to   Work
on   Structure���To   Be   Ready
for   Use   in   September.
ARISTOCRACY   BUILDS
QUIET   PLACE  TO   BET
Berlin, July 20.���A number of eminent Germans have established a
Monte Carlo In the form of a private
club which will be extremely exclusive
at Helligendamm, a seaside place ln
tlie state of Mecklenburg, on the Baltic sea.
ln exalted circles in Germany many
who delight to indulge in gambling
find Monte Carlo or the French Riviera too inconvenient as well as too
public. The new Monte Carlo is in-
intended to provide these higli personages with a gaming circle where
the reckless gambling can be indulged
in   with   perfect  privacy.
Kven though there will be no grandstand as a result of the vote on the
it and they all agree as to ! parks bylaw, work will be commenced
atei    heing   llftedi   bodily,   but j this morning on a notable addition to I
them   noticed   if  the  water the duster of fine buildings already
rrled away by the wind. on  the park.    The  site of tlie  horse
n down the track to Bear lake. I show building has been fixed on near
bo  awful   and   sudden   that   I  the entrance to the grounds, the lum-
know   what   occurred   around   ber has  been  ordered  and  a  force of
ring   my   race   down   the   hill. ! men will start construction this morn-
g trees, uprooted or broken by | jj)^
wind, completely  filled  thel     when  completed   the  new  building
a*.   I   ever   came   through | will cost in the neighborhood of $15,-
cannot Imagine."       __M eon, but it is not the Intention to com-
plete lt this year. However, enough
will be done so that the building may
be used for judging purposes and by
exhibition time lt will probably be
in a con lit Inn to admit of holding
evening performances there. The
struct are will be erected under the
supervision of Architect Sait, who designed the plans.
RELIGION   IN  SCHOOLS.
in
Dense  Cloud of Smoke.
no-,  cloud of smoke hangs over
and district, making the heat
snarly oppressive.    No word has
In celved   up   to   noon   from   the
liters   at   Hall   Siding,   and   tlie
ere    continues    to    burn    on
lly
Complaints of Catholic Exercises
Public Institutions.
Ottawa. July 20.���In regard to recent complaints regarding the use of
Roman Catholic religious exercises in
certain public schools of eastern Ontario. Mr. Summerby, public school
inspector for the counties of Prescott
and Russell, while not admitting that
theie was any violation of tbe regulations, stated that there had been complaints regarding certain schools and
that an investigation was in progress.
The Burnaby board of trade Introduced an innovation Into the procedure of public meetings last night
when it was decided that the weather
was too sultry to hold a meeting in
the hall elected for the purpose and
the members gathered on the grass
in front of the hall to discuss matters of greater or less importance.
While the business was progressing
President Walker provided a diversion
by taking the number of a passing
automobile which was going, he
thought, faster than the law allowed.
Speeders Disliked.
Automobile speeding occupied a
considerable portion of the time of
the meeting. Several of the members were loud ln their protests of
the way the motorists monopolized
the loads. Tlie crowds which flocked
to the Minto cup game in New West-
minster last Saturday came In for
some severe handling for tlie rate at
which tbey drove to and from Vancouver over the Burnaby roads, lt
was pointed out that the constable
had a multipilicty of duties and did
not have time to attend to all the
scorchers, but President Walker
argued that a man put on for the
express purpose of catching speed
fiends would soon pay for his salary
in lines collected. It was decided to
make a recommendation to the council to that effect.
Railway Matters.
President Walker and Mr. Wiltshire were appointed a delegation to
meet tlie railway commissioners in
New Westminster on September 15,
when it is understood that the question of a satisfactory crossing over
the North Arm road on the great
Northern and some other matters of
interest to the municipality will come
up for consideration.
It  was decided  that better results
could be obtained in  fining speeding
fINE FRUIT CRuP
IN THE OKANAGAN
The dredge King Edward, which is
at present doing some work on False
creek in Vancouver, is expected back
here in a few days. On her return
she will be hauled up on tne ways
and completely overhauled. . She has
been doing a lot of work lately and I
is in need of repair.
The Fruhling is still working at the
sandheads at tlie mouth of the river
and will continue to pmp sand there
until the fishing run starts. When
fishing operations are undertaken to
an extent to interfere with tlie work
of the dredge, she wlll be sent to
Alberni, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, where the harbor Is in
need of some dredging.
The beginning of tlie fishing season
practically marks the close of the
Fruhllng's dredging year, and it is
probable that tlie department will
make complete soundings of the channel at the mouth of the river while
dredging is in progress at Alberni.
Indications Point to Record
Yield���Spring Caterpillars
Did Little Damage.
WEEKLY DAND CONCERTS
ARE NOT TET ASSURED
Musicians   Waiting    Reply   From   the
Finance Committee of City Council
With   Regard   to   Assistance.
Whether or not the city is to have
its regular weekly band concerts this
year is a question which has been
worrying several of the music lovers
The fruit crop in the Okanagare
country is in splendid condition and
indications point to a record yield,
according to Alexander Reid. an official of the crown timber otlice, who
is In the city from Enderby, B. C
Mr. Reid states that all through thes
Okanagan the farmers are looking for-
ward to a wonderful crop. In some-
cases the heavy fruit ls breaking tbo
brunches from tlie trees.
The apples are especially good.
Early in tlie year the apple trees;
were attacked by caterpillars but tlie-
frult farmers watched them closely
and not a great deal of harm was;
done. Even on the trees which w��re-
practlcally denuded of foliage by thei
pests there are lots of flne apples;
i ipening now.
The peach crop is also good ancl
the first shipment will probably be;
sent out in the course of a week or
two. Already some of them have been
picked around Summerlund but just
enough for local consumption. The-
great supply of fruit ls now just bet-
ginning to ripen. There wlll also be?
a fine supply of plums.
Mr. Reid states that the potato crop*
is good; in fact, some of the farmers
around Enderby have already shipped
some of tlie new tubers to the
prajries.
The lu&bering industry around En-
tlerby and Armstrong has not been,
interferred with to any extent by bush
fifes . lich. as have devastated the
forests in other parts of the provincei-
There has been plenty of rain and
practically no serious fires have oc*-
curred.
On his way to the coast from the-
Alberta boundary Mr. Reid says that,
of the city. There was to have been ; be only saw two small fires, one near
a band concert tonight, but whether i Field and the other near Shuswap.
it will take place or not is a matter According to Mr. Reid, who is gov-
whlch will have to be decided today j ernment log scaler, the lumbering in-
and the outcome of the matter will i dustry around Enderby Is better than
probably decide the fate of the band | it has ever been before.   The Enderby
motorists  and   carrying  on  tlie   legal ��� *.��-��.. ..,   ..���.��� _     _-   ���	
business of the municipality if there  concerts for the season. mill is working night and day to fill
were one or two magistrates appoint-      Some days ago Bandmaster Rushton  orders.    Most of the product is ship-
d instead of several justices of the | wrote to the council and stated thatjper to the prairie provinces but some
the  band   was  ready  to  play   if  Hv ,il". y,ut ���!������ fur as Minneapolis.    There.
city thought fit to make tbe necessary | are a great many telephone poles ship-
MINISTER OF INTERIOR
HAS ARRIVED AT DAWSON
Much Timber Destroyed,
(orla, July 20.���Meagre reports
io to reach Victoria on liies
in lhe heart of British Colum-
��nJ general orders havfe been
y the government forest defeat and railroad officials to take
lecautlons possible to prevent its
l-r spread.
im Nelson. B, C, It ls learned
Urea are still destroying timber
���ther property in various parte
lotenay, though some have been
li! under control. The Kaslo
ct is about the worst sufferer.
is' lumber camp is completely
nyed with a large cut of cord-
several teams being rousted to
Iny miles of twisted steel Is vis-
|iil(nig the K. ti  S.  branch of the
Northern railway.   Sheep Creek
o  enveloped  In   flames.    In   re-
8 lo  urgent messages  for help,
11 trains  were  sent  from   Kaslo
I'licv   found  it   Impossible to pro-
further  than   Hear  lake.    They.
hied   to   Kaslo  loaded   with   men, j
l<n anil children  from the threat-
area.
Balmo and Ymlr fierce fires are
tg. the whole district being en-
led in smoke, and millions of feet
.mlior  are  being  destroyed.    Thel
I Btarted on the Clarkson's timber
��� near Ymlr and is traveling rap-
towards Nelson. I
"ivy    rains    checked    dangerous
thai   were threatening  much  deletion  in  the vicinity of  New   Mi-
Ure which has been burning
McGIIIivray for several iiavs
"ii a serious aspect, spreading all
'lie ground between th" loop and
Crow's Nest. Several times the
ot the loop tunnel caught fire
Hie Canadian Pacific depot at Mc-
h'ay was in great danger as well
I'ip big bridge of the B. C. Eastern
>'��� However, with the heavy
Hie country will be ln no further
Ber.
Claims to Be Determined.
London, July 20.���Tomorrow's proclamation will announce the appointment of a court to determine tlie
claims to various privileges wbicli sur-
ruond   the   coronation   ceremony.
MAN SPENDS $60,000
TO SECURE FRESH EGGS
One  of   Pittsburg's   Millenaries   Buys
Big  Farm  to   Ensure   Pure  Food
at   His   Future   Breakfasts.
Hon.   Frank   Oliver   Completes   Eight
Thousand Miles of His Trip Through
Northern   Country.
Dawson, Y. T., July 20.���Frank Oli-
vej,    minister   of   the   luterior,   has
.eached Dawson on ills eight-thousand
mile tour of the wilds of Northern
Canada.
Starting from Ottawa, he went to
Edmonton, tlience down the McKenzie
river 2.500 miles to Fort McPherson
on the Arctic ocean. He made a
portage from Fort MacPlierson, walking ih) miles over the tundra to the
headwaters of the Porcupine river,
where he went by canoe 100 miles to
Fort Yukon, where the Porcupine empties into the Yukon river. There he
took a packet for Dawson.
are   collecting
Which   to  stock  the
Ryan Swept Away.
IPokane, July _u.���Beyond control,;
N  tires  today  are  racing  toward
Brltl8h   Columbia  boundary  from
rll"'t'ii  Idaho anl  Washington, de-
F���g all in their paths, threatening
pntaln villages ,in(j (J,e [jveB 0f ,,eo-
llv'iig in them.
'""<��� of  the  fires  are  now,  while
Ifi's have heen burning for several
Pittsburg, July in.���Because he got
an egg for breakfast a few weeks ago
that had evidently seen cold storage
days, Alexander lt. Peacock, multimillionaire and former protege of Andrew Carnegie, has started to build
a chicken house 2Hh feet long and
ito feet wide on a $60,000 farm he has
purchased in Plum township for the
purpose. His agents
fine fowls witli
farm.
The chicken house will have steam
heat, electric lights, tile flooring
electric Incubators.   All
birds will be raised  on the farm.
After tho bad eggs had slipped
the Peacock chef Mr. Peacock became
indignant. While he relieved his
feelings he got an idea, and, hurrying
to his otlice, called up a real estate
dealer.
I "I want a farm," he said; "a farm
that Is big enough to raise a lot of
chickens. It appears the only way
one can get a fresh egg in Pittsburg
ls to have his own chicken farm."
Two days later the real estate man
hai the farm. It ls expected that
within three weeks eggs will bo regularly shipped to the Peacock home.
TEN
REBELLIOUS   CONSTABLES.
Sen.
and
by
Calgary Mounted Policemen
tenced to Guard Room.
Calgary, July 20.���Ten local constables of the Northwest Mounted police were sentenced by Captain Deane
to two months In the guard room foi
rebellious conduct. It is said tbat
they went on a spree to tlie red light
district and when ordered to
by   the  officers   sent   after
pWcc as there are at present. Representations will be iiiacle to tb > proper
authorities to have this change made.
DISTURBANCES START
ON GRAND TRUNK RAILROAD
Strikebreaking   Conductor   Has to   Be
Escorted From Train to Station by
Police���Train Wrecking Baffled.
Montreal, July 20. ��� Word of the
first disturbance as a result of the
strike of conductors and trainmen
readied Montreal this morning from
Sherbrooke and Island Pond, on the
Montreal & Portland division. At
Sherbrooke the conductor of the Montreal local had been escorted from
the train to the register book and
back by the police because of the
hostile crowd on the station platform,
which threatened him  with  violence.
At Island Pond eastbound and westbound passengers had been stopped
outside of the town because of the
strikers' sympathizers attempting to
wreck a train and the Inability of the
police to cope  witli  this.
COAL MINES FOR C. P. .R
arrangements. The necessary ar-jped from around Enderby to Alberta
rangements means the supplying of i at the present time, as the Alhertan
something that will dispel from the | government is making tremendous ex
minds of tlie musicians any idea that
they are working for their health.
The   bandmaster's   letter   was   re-
tensions to its telephone lines.
Mr.  Reid was here in time to see.
the   first   Minto   cup   game   Saturday
the  coast
ferred   to   the   finance   committee   of and  will  probably  stay on
the citv council, but the finance com-  long enough to see how the easterners
mittee'and the bandmaster hate not | fare at the next match.
got together as
tainty as to
yet; hence the tincer
tonight's music.
Will Interview Exporters.
Ottawa. July 20.- J. \V. S. Ray,
trade commissioner at Newfoundland,
will shortly make a tour of the maritime provinces to interview exporters.
CO-OPERATIVE STORE
MAY TURN DEPARTMENTAL
Semi-Annual  Meeting of Shareholders
Decides  Progress  Warrants  Expansion   of   Business.
At the semi-annual meeting of tlie
New Westminster Co-Operative association, held last evening, the treasurer's report showed that during the
six months Just past the association
has made good progress aud is ln a
healthier condition than ever before.
Will    Purchase    Property    of    Pacific
Coast Coal Mines Company. I ________________________   ___.
Arbuthnot,' ^�� Stent litis been the success of tlie
' ' enterprise that in a general discussion
FEW MALE TEACHERS IN
ONTARIO  PUBLIC  SCHOOLS
Ottawa, July 2U.���"The chief reasoir
for this decrease in the number of
men teachers is tlie lowness of the
salaries which are paid."
This statement was made by Dr.
James F. White, principal of the Ottawa Normal school, this morning. It
was in regard to the Normal school
pass lists, which have just been announced.
Last year Ottawa sent up ninet-wrl
young men to qualify as teachers. This
year the number fell to six, less than
one-third as many as last year.
"The churches and the schools are
handicapped in the same way," said
Dr. White. "The salaries are altogether too small. The teaching profession does not offer as good inducements to the young man as other
walks of life. A larger salary is necessary to live comfortably and respectably. The profession must offer
these larger salaries before it will
attraot more young men."
ISLAND OF REFUGE
BECOMES A  PRISON
return
1 ���������^��� tbem   re-
feed for *-"e i fused to do so for nearly twenty-four
hours. The men are recruits who
recently enlisted in Toronto. The
names are withheld, but lt is said
most of them are South African veterans.
rushing through the dry timber nearly
as fast as a man can walk
11.._l. ihr.    nlirht     ft    Still     biOOl
tire to
Durhmthe night a stiff bl eezej an-
EARL  GREY   TO   ROUGH   IT.
Paddle   Canoe   on  Coming   Trip
and  Eat Camp Fare.
Ottawa. July 20.���Earl Grey, according to arrangements made so far, will
start on liis llu.Ison bay trip about
the first week in August. The exact
vlate and who will accompany him will
uot be known until he retrurns from
England, His excellency has expressed
his  willingness to rough  It and
Wlll
Victoria, July 'JO.���John
of Victoria, has left for Montreal to
conclude an agreement for the sale
of the Pacific Coast Coal Mines company's property on Vancouver Island
to the C.P.R. The purchase price is
said to be $4,000,000.
The properties involved In the deal
are the South Wellington mine at
Ladysmith, and a large area of coal
lands at Suquash, near Port McNeill,
at the northeastern end of Vancouver
Island. Thc South Wellington mine
is now producing nearly 1,000 tons
of coal dally. The other ground at
Suquash ls now being developed. It
was the first coal land opened up
on Vancouver Island, and over sixty
years ago furnished a limited coal
supply to British warships.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Juneau, Alaska. July 20.���Al Gurr.
on future expansion and improve-! of the B. M. Behrends company, start-
ments it was unanimously decided to ed with a party of ten men on a trlj>
enlarge the scope of the store and I to Taku glacier in a gasoline launch
establish a departmental store as soon | Saturday night.. The ,englne broke
us suitable premises could be provided j down and the launch drifted helpless,
and the other necessary arrangements ^^^^^^^^^^
rhe
Plit
little town of Ryan. Wash., was
away  yesterday,   according  to
"its reaching here.    The town was
I Elevens
fhe flre district In Washington ex-
���RS lrom the west bank of the Copula to C
county,   on   tlie  Columbia
ned the flames and aided   lir
lay waste several  thousand acres o
splendid    forest.      Meanwhile     hu n
,1-eds of men, employees of the
eminent, of timber companies  ind ��
.ens of various towns, have been.put
ins  a   hopeless,   desperate   battle   to
sop the  fires.    Although  they  know
S��at.Sln ta their only-hope, ttjjg
nghters   continue   to   battle  doggeaij
against  the advancing ffijnM*      ,
Thousands 0 acres of in. i are a
ashes ami Indications are tJrtOOU
sands  of  ncres   more  will   "����*
'anada and from Rossburg i sanus oi u-i*=*- "V"%���_��� ,,,,,.��� them-
Marcus. In that district a sheet same fate before the fires bum tnem
name   fifteen   miles   ln   length   is  selves out;
will
,andie,'a"i)nddle himself and also put
probabilities  are  that
��� '"  be
up with camp cooking.   The water
Msta   and   the   probabilities   are    I
much  of the usual portaging will
obviated.         '
Canadian Banks Statement
Ottawa. July 20.-The Domln on
jUBe bank statement shows the fol-
owinp: Deposits on demandL $288,-
417,639; deposits on noti��e.-Bf634.482,.
n..'   outside Canada. $86,017,122;   to-
(1,11,     Ulliruui ,   .... r.,,11    InnnH
tal  assets, $1,040,324,484
Canada,  .61,698.958;
whore .130.17S.902.
Canada, $640,164,920; call loans else-
where 938.177,4411. Total reserves.
$79,!>8G,309. Circulation, $79,781,041
CUPID, LIKE  JEFFRIES,
COULDN'T   COME   BACK
made.
The following officers were re-elected: President, J. H. Campbell; vice
president, W. T. L. House; treasurer,
William  Brown;   secretary, W.  Dodd.
On members' purchases, a dividend
of six per cent for the half year was
declare!, and on non-members purchases, a dividend of two per cent.
There was a large attendance of stock
holders and they all expressed themselves as highly pleased with the way
the company was progressing.
The men, using pieces of board as paddles, managed to reach a rock that.
protruded from theSvater. When thei
tide subsided it was discovered that
the rock was' the apex of a pinnacle1
with precipitous sides. The marooned
men feared to move from the rot*.
and sent up distress signals. These
were seen by the steamer City of
Seattle, and the men were taken on,
board and brought safely to Juneau.
Call loans,
all loans else-
Current   loans,
Walla Walla, July 20.���Cupid could
not "come back" In tbe case of the
McAlpins, an elderly couple, divorced
twenty years ago und remarried two
months slnt'e. Last night Mrs. Mc-
Alpln packed her trunk and,' v^th
her daughter  left  for  Portland.
Shortly after the flrst divorce Mrs.
McAlpln married another man ln the
east and Mr. McAlpln came to Walla
Walla, where he started a confectionery Btore. Not long ago the second husband died and she met Mr.
McAlpln again. They were remarried
in May.
Before the last separation a lawyer
drew up papers dividing the property
so there would be no further trouble.
Each blames the otber.
Sir
BIG   FRAUDS.
PREMIER  VISITS  YORKTON.
Wilfrid    Laurier   Yesterday    Addressed Meeting at Yorkton.
Brandon. July 20��� Sir Wilfrid Luu-
rler and party left here yesterday
morning for Yorkton. The party was
Joined here by Hon. Walter Scott,
premier of Saskatchewan, who will
pilot them through the province.
Stops wore male at Rapid City and
Mlnnedosa, where several hundred
people had gathered and where civic
addresses were readj Sir Wilfrid replied from the rear platform of his
car. Hon. G. P. Graham also spoke,
dealing with the transportation question. The purty remained at Yorkton
last night and a meeting wus held
there tonight.
Suspect Wanted in America Is Arrested In Naples.
Naples, July 20.���Alexander Hollander, wanted by the federal authorities.-
at New York In connection with alleged customs house frauds, waft-
arrested here today by an American1
detective named Paulln.
Hollander  was  apprehended   under
the name of James Bonhomme.
It is stated that customs losses aggregating  $200,000  are  involved.
Iron Men Renew Working Agreement-
San Francisco. July 20.���The working agreement entered Into by tbe>
ironworkers and their employers last
May for a period of sixty days aspired yesterday, but was renewed for
thirty days more, conditions reatnio^
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?AGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
J*JLY2i
Clarified Advertisements |REAL   ESTATE GUELPH MAY BECOME
CITY WITHOUT TAXES
STREET    IMPROVEMENT    DEBENTURE OR  REGISTERED STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
WANTED.
r~m
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT IN Accountancy wishes situation for practical experience. Xo salary two or
tour weeks preceding steady situation.    Address A. this ollice.
WANTED TO BUY���CHERRIES ON
the tree. Applj by letter, Box CC,
.News office.
WANTED ��� GOOD RESIDENTIAL
lots. Centrally located with favor-
Able surroundings. close to car
iine. Good outlook. State best casli
price and terms.   Alfred W. .McLeod,
The  Insurance  .Man.
���WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Bust wages paid to right party. Apply 201  Columbia street.
WANTED���AT ONCE, FOUR EXPER-
ieneed men to run timber planer
and the matcbers at night. Apply
Brunette Sawmills.
WILSON,
Office:
COOK & CO.
Bank   Bldg.
Northern   Crown
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
20  acres   on   Scott
$llo per acre.
road,   close   in,   at
Two large lots close to store and tram
$300 each; one-fouitli cash; balance
$10 per  month.
VOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION
as help with light housework and
cooking.    Apply M, this office.
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of
good fruit land two and a half miles
tram lir_3 all cleared and ready for
the plow;  $300 cash. 181-A
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land; all cleared, with good house
and barns; 250 bearing fruit trees;
on good road. Price $4,000. Good
erms. 172-A
City Owns Street Railway,
Light and Heat Plant, and
A Bylaw to enable the Council of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00)
dollars  for Street   Improvements.
RUPTURE
Mr. A. Claverie
���i
Whereas, certain   sums  of    money
have this year been expended out of
, the   general   revenue   of   the   city   for
Kaill'Oad Leased tO C.P.R.   the construction, improvement and repair of streets and sidewalks, and it
  lis  expedient   that   additional   sums  be
_    .,   ,      ..,, , spent  iii  like  manner, amounting   In
Death   is  still   sure,   but   taxes  are|a||   (wlth the Buma al|v;.,v Bpm*   (Q
not
nearly so certain  in   Guelph   as|the  sum  of tine   Hundred   and  Fifty
is an age ofJThousand  ($150,000.00)  dollars;
And Whereas, it appears that if tlie
said sum df One  Hundred and Fifty
Why | r. hm���nmr,A    (*1 Kl\ C\ML mil   Hnllnl-o    |)t.
car-
they   used  to  be.    This
wireless    telegrams,    horseless
riages  and  smokeless  powder,     wny i Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, heap-
not  a taxless city?    Guelph citizens jproprlated from the general  revenue
the celebrated European Specialist
who created such an enthusiasm in
Vancouver  last  week, will   be   in
NEW   WESTMINSTER
(Windsor   Hotel)
on   Monday   from   1   to   9   p. m.   and
Tuesday from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Don't  Fail  to Go and See  Him.
Fort George Lands���20,000 acres���
being some of tlie best land in Central British Columbia, which is being sold rapidly in large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars.
WANTED���BOY AHOl'T FIFTEEN
years old to assist delivering milk.
Apply Milkman, this office.
WANTED- BOYS
the*. Beaver cigai
TO    WORK
factory.
AT
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
heaaework and plain cooking, Apply  125  Third avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh stieet; 132x132 feet,
witli small cottage. Price $3,600;
$5o(i cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot, size 54 x 120 feet. Price $1,500;
$300 cash, balance on easy terms.
(86-C)
FOR  SALE.
J'XHt SALE���A NEARLY NEW FIVE
room furnished cottage; half miniate to car. Price $1,800; casli $000.
Address Own ir, Daily News office.
iron   SALE���REFRIGERATOR.    AP-
ply  H.  Oliver,  333   Eleventh  street,
city.
t��X>R SALE���FRESH COW. SECOND
calf. Splendid milker. Patterson,
657 Columbia or Edmonds P. O.
hX>H   SALE���FIRST    CLASS   FRUIT
or dairy farm on B. C. Electric. Only
1-150   per   acre.     Apply   P.   O.   box
330, Vancouver.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE���
First class hoard. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT ��� NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
N. W. i 4 section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2,000,000 feet of
timher. No timher lease. $35 per
acre.    $2,000 cash.
"wEsofTcOOKXccr^
Office:   Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
TO  RENT���FURNISHED  ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
be sold by first of August, in acies.
all in Oats, Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. Nic? Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery go with this place; and the
Furniture of the house. Right ln
town, where you have both the tram
and Great Northern service daily.
Heie is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home at a small
price, and easy terms. Call and see
us about this.
KElIjNGfON^ROs!
Corner Columbia  and   Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
are asking.
The city owns its own street railway, the light and heat plant, the
waterworks, and a small railroad
called the Guelph .Junction, which has
heen leased to the Canadian Pacific,
aud forms an important
dragnet of lines the latter has stretched across Ontario. All these investments are paying large surpluses
year by year, and taxes are falling
regularly. The rale has already
reached fourteen anl one-half mills,
the lowest of any city in Canada.
Further   Reduction.
When the tax rate was sot last year
it was believed that low watei' mark
had heen reached. This year it Is announced, however, that if the civic
administrators "grind exceedingly
small" a further reduction of several
mills will he possible. This will make
the rate a little more than half what
it is in other Canadian cities of the
same size.
But this gradual cutting down of
the tax rate is only a beginning, It
is bodly proclaimed that if Guelph
keeps straight ahead on
f the city for the current year the
rate of taxation will he excessive, and
it is expedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and tho|
said sum should be raised on the
credit of tlie corporation, and that de-j
link   in   the | bentures   or   registered   stock   certificates   should     be     issued     for     that -
amount;
And Whereas, for the paymenl of
Interesl on the debentures or registered stock certificates, proposed to be
issued under tiiis Hylaw, and for creating a sinking fund for the paymenl
of the said dehentures or registered
stock certificates when due. ii will
he necessary to raise hy special rate,
in addition to all other rales, each
year during the currency of the Baid
debentures or registered sleek <.o.;l
ficates, tlie sum of Seven Thousand,
Five Hundred and Ninety and 32-100
($7,590.32) dollars;
And Whereas, in order to raise
tlie said yearly sum of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred nnd Ninety and
32-100 ($7,590.32) dollars, an equal
rate    on    tlie    dollar    will    lie    re-
her munici-1quired to he levied on tlie whole rate-
is
pal ownership program the time will
come when there will be no tax rate
at all.
Tangible Reasons.
This may sound extremely improbable, it may lie regarded as the mere
outpouring of extravagant optisism
bred of temporary success, but there
are tangible reasons for the hope that
the day of no taxes will come. Hard
headed   business   men    who    take    a
able property of the City of New West-1
minster.
And  Whereas,   the  whole    rateable
property of the said city, according to |
ihe   last   revised     Assessment      Roll      They will go and see .Mr. A
thereof,  is   Seven   Million.   Two   Hun-  and   thus,  like   hundreds  of
dred   and   Forty-nine     Thousand   and
Ten  ($7,249,010.00) dollars; ,. .     .    ..������
And   Whereas,  the  ...al  amount   of ] self-reliance  and salvation.
the   existing   debenture   debt   of   the
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
It  Is the  Chance of Your  Life!
The   name   of   Mr.   A.    Claverie
known in both continents.
in the treatment of Rupture, ihe
results obtained hy Mr. ,\. Claverie
are positively  marvellous.
The Method and Apparatus of Mr,
A. Claverie have create 1 enthusiasm
in the ranks of the medical profession,
as well as wiih patients.
You will recover immediately the
strength and suppleness of youth; you
will be able to worn without pain or
fear, and you will feel a delicious
relief, a complete eomfort, which will
enable you  io enjoy  life.
Your complete cure will become an
accomplished fact, freeing you forever
of your dangerous Infirmity.
Nearly one million patients all over
tlie   world,   and   specially   in   Canada,
have    recovered    health     and    peace .
through   the   Method   and   Apparatus
of   Mr.  A.   Claverie.
There are many men and women in '
our district   who  will  want   to do likewise.
Claverie,1
others  in
Vancouver   last   week,   secure   safety,
You'll   Wan,   WoQde
Paper   Napkins,  c.eap
and   Forks,   B.,akets
Cups,   Fishing   Tack'l
zme, etc., etc.
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You
can   Bet   them
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New Westminster,
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NEW   WESTMINSTER, e.c
Telephone  R  113.  Office: pnn.,,
All   Advice Given   Free.
prominent part in the affairs of the laid Seventeen Thousand, Oho Hun-'
city have set it before them as an ob- dred ($1,617,169.00) dollars, irrespec-1
jective point. tive of the sum of One Hundred and'
The  greatest  source  of  revenue  is | Seventy.four Thousaad, Five Huidred
the   Guelph   and   Goderich    Railway| ($174,606.00)   dollars   proposed   t*  be'
Abdominal
men.
Be'ts    for    women    and
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-
ply 818, Milton street.
TO  RENT.
TO LKT ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished. Near Daily News.
Apply   this   office.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. 1'. hlock; suitable
for stole rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester,
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
LOST.
LOST���SET OF DRAWING INSTRU-
ments in green case. Finder please
communicate with Hope ti Barker,
Trapp block.
LOST���IN OU NEAR MARKET, A
pocket book containing hank book
and sum of money. Reward if returned lo Police station.
COST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News office.
District of New Westminster.
'New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
<af Abbotsford, B.C., miner, Intend to
Apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
-on and in the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
K B. corner, planted at the N. E.
��� ���."corner of Section 19, In Township 10,
Municipality of Sumas, New West-
imlnster District; thence south 80
chains; thence west so chains; thence
north 80 chains; tlience east 80 chains
point of commencement and eon-
Kaining 640  acres.
Itated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day ol .June, A.D., 1910.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
T.ihe notice that I, T. Walters, of
Abbotsford. B.C., engineer, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands nt Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked T. VV.,
S. W. corner, planted at the S. W.
���corner of Section .''.2, lu Township 19,
^Municipality of Sumas, Now Westminster District; tlience north 80
chains; tlience east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west 80
��� hains to point of commencement and
.(containing 010 acres.
Dated nt Ahbotsford. B.C., this 9th
"Uay of June, A.D., 1910.
T.   WALTERS.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
CHOICE RESIDENTIAL���Lots in new
sub-division, just north of Queens
park, on First and Colborne streets,
between Sixth and Seventh avenues,
from $350 to $700 according to location. Va cash; ti, 12 and IS months.
Very desirable.
MODERN 8-ROOMED HOUSE���
Piper forRSTzaou' evil "yFl aoi n
Piped for furnace, with barn, car
riage house, chicken house and run;
corner Seventh avenue and Fourteenth street. Four OOxllO-foot lots,
all cleared and fenced; cedar hedge
in front and all kinds of fruit. $2,300
cash, balance I$5,000) at your own
terms, will handle this fine residential proposition.
ALL KINDS OF FARM AND ACREAGE propositions in Surrey, Langley, Burnaby and Maple Ridge���Improved, partly improved, and unimproved; dairy farms and small fruit
farms witli dwellings and outbuildings complete; several fine sub-division propositions. For terms, free
inspection, etc., apply���
haiFbrosT&Ienn^^
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
Imporvement General Bylaw, 1009,"
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. Edinliurg. Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
avenues between Tenth and Twelfth
streets, is open for Inspection at the
office of the Assessment Commissioner In the city hall, New Westminster,
British Columbia, and in case tbe own-
or or any person Interested In any of
the properties Included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,
he shall, within the period of eleven
(11) days from the first publication
of this notice, give notice to the undersigned in writing of his intention
to appeal.
Dated the 27th day of June, A.D.,
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication the 27th day
of June, 1910.
with   the  Canadian   Pacific   road  and
the   city   collects   toll   on   everything
that   passes  over.    A   glance  at   the
map will show in what an important
line the civic system forms a link.
$30,000   Pec   Annum.
At one end is Goderich, a   harbor
town  on  Lake  Huron, the most convenient   terminus   for   lake   steamers
from   the   west.    Goderich   today   diverting a large share of the lake trade
and  is  believed  to  be  only   on   the
threshold of Its career as a grain shipping port.    Steamers bearing the golden grain from the wheat fields of the
West deposit their loud at   Goderich.
The  grain   is   (hen   shipped   east  and
travels perforce over the Guelph and
Goderich  and  Guelph Junction  before
reaching   the   main   lino   of   the   Canadian   Pacific.    The   yearly  earnings
of the city amount to   approximately
$30,000 today.   It is predicted that tlie
profit will be doubled at least in tlie
next decade.
Then there is tlie light and heat department, which manufactures both
gas and electric light. It yearly turns
over a neat profit, well up in the thousands, despite tlie handicap of expensive power.
Street Railroad Profits.
The street railway hands over to
the civic coffers a neat sum every
year. The redemption of the trolley
system has been the most distinct
victory for public ownership that
Guelph has yet scored. Built by an
ambitious citizen, it proved a costly
experiment. Guelph with its population of only 13,000 did not seem large
enough to support street cars. The
road owner, who had expected the
road to he a bonanza, discovered It
was a white elephant. A fortune was
sunk in it.
Then tbe city took over the road
and put lt under the control of a
radial board. Operating expenses
were put on a basis of economic efficiency and the receipts were carefully nursed hy the establishment of
pleasure  parks  outside  the  city  and
raised under the "Lulu island Bridge
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
1S10"; the "Fire Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw, 1910"; the
"Schools Debenture or Registered
Stock Rylaw, 1910," and the
"Parks Debenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw, 1910," of which none of the
principal  or  Interest   is  In  arrears;
Now Therefore, the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of the said city to raise hy way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance tlie same on the
Elastic   Stockings.
Appliances   for   weakness
formities  of  limbs and  back.
and   de-
The only
world.
ones of their  kind  in the
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALW*Y||
If  you deposit your money W
safety In The  Bank of Toronlil
lt whi be safe while yoa lew!
lt, and ready when yon ;   ;;.|
and It will be
All The Timt
earning for you three per M
Interest.    Small   or large ral
may be deposited at anj tiat|
of the debentures or registered stork
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sum or sums of money, not exceeding
in tlie whole the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150.11110.1101 dollars, and to cause the same to he paid
into the treasury of tlie said city for
the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures or
registered stock certlflcates to he
made, not exceeding in the whole the
sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand I $150 Olio.on 1 dollars, for such
sums of money as may he required,
not less than $inn.(i0 eacli. or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of tlie l'nited Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4,KM
to the pound sterling; and all such
debentures or registered stock certificates shall be sealed with tlie seal
of the corporation, signed hy the
Mayor and countersigned by the
treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may he thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said dehentures or registered
stock certificates, shall he payable on
the first day of July, I960, at such
place or places as tlie Council of the
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall hear Interest at the rate of four and one-half per
centum per annuSri, payable half year-
Tenders   for    Royal   Columbian    Hospital,   New  Westminster.   B.  C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned,    and    marked    on    the   envelope "Tenders for Royal  Columhiuji
Hospital,"   will   he   received   at   the
otlice of the Secretary, Thomson block,
credit   New    Westminster.    It.   C ,    until   12
CIVILIZATION  NO  AID
TO PEACE OF WORLD
FRANK H. DODMAN
Coach  and  Automobile   Painter.
Treaties Will Terminate.
Tokyo, July 18.���Notices of the termination of commercial treaties one
year hence have been dispatched tn
European countries, Including Great
Britain.
'. frittering
1011
and
Slxl
Top   Repairing,
h   Avenue.
Attacked by Moros.
Manila, July 18.���Dean C. Worcester. American secertary of Interior for
Ihe Philippines, was set upon by renegade Moros on the islnarl of Palawan
today and escaped assassination only
through tlie alertness of his body.
guard who shot down Hie outlaws,
killing three of them.
the opening of a rink In winter time, ^^
Year bv vear the road was pulled out "rst Iny of July In each and every
of the hole, until finally a surplus was JfU, and the dehentures shall have
declared. This surplus grows larger attached to them coupons for the pay-
everv vear, and the hoard now talks JM" of Inferos , which said coupons
of building new lines In the city. Be- ������'' ���� Jwed by the said Mayor
fore manv months the building of a , *��� '\npecia ra e on the dollar shall
radial line lo Puslinch lake, a popular I * ���*���* nn�� , ra'Ke(1 ln, ra,:h ^"'}a
resort nine miles from the city, will KdJ*�� "' il" (0,llp/ilri"^; <�������� aU the
he accomplished.-New York Herald. ; rateable proporty 0 the city sufflclent
uo ' j to  pay tiie interest  upon  the deben-
 1 tures or registered  stock certificates.
and to create a sinking fund for the
payment of the principal thereof when
due, subject to any act or enactment
respecting the same.
5, Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually hy special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates, the sum of Six Thousand.
Seven Hundred and Fifty ($0,750,00)
dollars for the payment of the interest thereon, and the sum of Eight
Hundred and Forty and 32.100 ($840.-
82) dollars to provide for thr
ment of tbe principal. >
(!. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates shall be applied as follows, and not otherwise: towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
Bylaw and the ts��ue and snle of the
debentures or registered stock certificates therein referred to. recouping
tbe treasury of the city such sums
as have been this year expended in
street, works, or may be so expended
until the proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
Certlflcates have become avallahle, the
malting, Improving and repairing of
such streets and sidewalks in the city
as may be deemed expedient by the
council, but no sidewalk or street shal!
be made or repaired out of the moneys
borrowed under this Bylaw unless tho
o'clock noon, of Monday, the fifteenth
day of August, 1910.
Plans   and   specifications   may   be
seen at  the office of the architect
Messrs.  Birds  tc   Blackmore, 30(1 Loo 1
block.   Vancouver,   B.   C.,   or   at   thei
Secretary's    office,    Thomson     block,!
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must he Blgne 1 and
sealed by all the pai lies to the tender, and witnessed, and be accom- I
panted by an accepted cheque on a ;
chartered bank, payable to the order
of the Board of Managers of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, equal to ti^t- per
cent of the amount of the tender.
Any person  whose tender is accepted,  sliall,  within  one   week   after  the
acceptance thereof, sl. n the contract
specifications and other documents re-1
quired  to  be  Blgned, and   in  any  case
of   refusal   or   failure   on   the   part   oil
the party whose tender is accepted, to
complete   and    execute   the    contract!
with the Board of Managers, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Board
of Managers as liquidated damages fori
such refusal or failure.
The   person   whose   tender   Is   ac- j
cepted,  will   he  required   to  provide
a  bond   satisfactory  to  the   Board  of
Managers, equal  to ten  per cent of
the amount of the contract.
The   cheque   deposited    hy    parties I
Whose   tenders   are   rejected   will   he
returned   within   ten   days   after   the
80   BRANCHES
In    Ontario,
CAPITAL
REST   ...
Quebec
West.
and till
$4,000.1
. 4.750,88
Bank of Toron
NEW    WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
J. Oracey,
B.I
White Star-Dorain
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 torn.
MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900
largest   and   most
commodatlon  equal
ing  the Atlantic.
S.S.
tont
modern.
to any
y on Hie first day of January and the! signing of tlie contract.
The lowest, or any tender, not nee
essarlly accepted.
Secretary  Roya
i'. 0. Box "nn.
N'ew  Westminster
1910.
W. II.  KEARY,
Columbian  Hospital
For Rates and Tickets Apply"
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
B.   C,   July   14,
St. Louis, July 20.���"The conversion
of the world was never farther from
realization than at the present time," I
declared tlie Rev. W. II. Bundy, ofl
Brooklyn, N. V.. in a lecture here
yesterday. He Is the representative
of tlie International Students' Bible
association.
"There is abundant evidence of
tills," he continued. "In the first
place there are twice as many heathens us formerly: in tlie second place
there is a great, decadence among
Christians themselves."
Mr. Bundy took Ihe unique view that
civilization does not make man better, neither does it make nations
peaceful.
"We have more civilized rascals today than we ever had In the history
of the world," he said. "Those nations that are most civilized and have
the groatest educational facilities are
tho ones who build the most battleships, whose naval armaments are
the most stupendous and magnificent.
They must have these things to protect themselves from other Christian
nations, for it's (lie Christian nation
that is advancing modern scientific
warfare."
pay
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Painting.
Tenders will he received by the
undersigned up to 6 p. in. of the IStli
July, 1910, for painting the handrails
of tho Lulu Island Bridge. Specifications and forms of tender can he obtained  from  the City   Engineer.
W.  A.  DUNCAN, City  Clerk.
City Hall, duly 8, 1910.
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Wf|
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kind*
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
lge must'
Sixteen
ltd
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE DAILY NEW
All   rubbish   and   garl
removed   to   the   foot   of
street and Fifth avenue, where
be burned by the corporation
Any person or  person
same shall  have flrsl heen  approved
by a resolution of the Council.
1. This Bylaw shall take effect on
the 1st day of August, 1910, and
may be cited tis the "Street Improvement Debenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw, 1910."
X. This Bylaw before the flnu
lng thereof,  shall  receive  the
of the electors of the said city
manner required hy law.
Received the assent of tlie electors
on the 14th day of July, 1910 .
Reconsidered  and  finally  passed
open
1910.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^
john a. LEE, Mayor.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
[ L.  S. ]
'garbage" or rubbish of any kin J
any other slrect or avenue or< J
lane, vacant lot, or l>"l'llc ', '-���
ili.ler tHO
11 w.
Byl
wlll    bo   prosecuted
visions of the Sanitary t>.����"'**
By Order, S. .1. W%3_
Sanitary i"8'* ���
City Hall, June 13, 1010.
pass-
assent
in the
iH
council   the   18th   day   of  July,
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINT
Phone 695
or leave ordeis ni
The  Arrow P**S
Mrs. E. M. Dominy. Pr0'
(near The Dally News Co., (i
Street.
_* VIC
m URSDAY, JULY 21, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THRKB.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
���, B 6 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
C'th-east quarter of Section 7
' . Map 628, in the District
Westminster, Cloverdale.
L proof of the loss of Certifi-
Tltle Number 12454 F, issued
hame of K.  T.  Wilson  Herald
liled in this ollice.
... is hereby given that I shall.
fUnlratlon of one month from
I of the first publication here-
' lally newspaper published in
nf New Westminster, issue a
... nf the said Certificate, unless
meantime valid objection be
... iu writing.
C.  S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
eelstry Offlce,
Westminster, B. C, July 6,1910.
to
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, George Beckett,
of Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. C, for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked G. B.,
N. W. comer, planted at the N. W.
corner of Section 28. In Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence east SU chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains; thencq north So chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.I)..  1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
NEWSPAPER TRIALS     'SHOWING CANADA'S
' ITALIAN  SEA  CAPTAIN
ASSESSED   $7,860   FINE
J New York, July 20.���collector Loeb
Of DAYS GONE BY!      GREAT RESOURCES S'1^ ��� - -"" ���
ir Duca. di Geneva to pay a fine of j
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ,8(10 for failure to put on the ship's
   j manifest   two   "sleeper"   trunks   con-
i taining   valuable   lacs   brought   here
Mining Review Recalls Tale: Scheme on Foot to Interest ln May-1909. but ,never claimed. at-
�� 1 torneys   for   the   line  said   today   that
Outside Capital in West- pf?��i1Bfl,un?novn *S **%*& Italy
1 1 creted the trunks aboard ship.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
of Colonel Lowery's Kaslo
Claim.
se
em Possibilities.
Winnipeg, July 20.���
of  Philadelphia,  who
A. Harrison,
visiting   the
IB WATCHMAKER
Watc'aes tor Ladles from ��12./5
r Watches, gents' open lace
L Watches, gents' open case,
t'   [or    Waltham   and     Kigin
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone   681
city for a  few days, called this morning on  Premier Hoblin at the legisla-
fcli rcpa
Irlng a specialty.
F. CRAKE
from Geo. Adams' Grocery
A. C\MPBELL HOPE
Architect and  Engineer.
HOPE   &   BARKER,   Architects.
New  Westminster - Trapp   Block
Phone 655.
PALMER
.SOLINE ENGINES
to 25
and 4
II.  P.
Cycle.
Local  Agents
Istminster Iron Works
fcnth
Phone
St.,   New
53.    ^^^^
Westminster,
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
POINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   388
The following article by the editor
of the Los Angeles Mining Review appears In the current issue of that magazine:
On the opposite page will be found .(lvo bulIalngB    M|.   Harrison, for sev-
a  photographic  reproduction  ot   inter-: .   .      ...
'        ,7    . ,,,- , ���, ���_ ,y,��� .....it   eral   years,  has   been   connected  with
est to all who participate 1 in tne gie.u ���
Slocan boom of lhe early nineties, and j the C. P; K. land department
to all who are even remotely interest- '"�� Purpose of his present visit to
ed in the spectacular mining excite- j the west in to create an interest here
ments that lave stirred the west since,"' ��" organlzalon which he to��
the message of the Argonauts of Mil! f in Philadelphia to give publicity
echoed around the world and brought to Western Canada as a field for set-
about the general development ol the; tiemenl and industrial development.1
Pacific cast. It is an exact repro- ���s body he states, was reduction of the front page of the last cwrtly^ formed for the purpose of es.
Issue of the Kaslo Claim, published tablishlnga permanent free exhlbl-
for sixteen short, but strenuous weeks I tlon oi Western Canadian products
ai the little town of Kaslo on beautl- �� bureau ol Information about West-
li.l Kootenay lake-then a vortex of ern C-anaia. Its purpose s to Inter-
mlnlng excitement, now but a wraith est settlers, nvestors and manufac
01 the past, devo,,,i to the cultivation tures In Western ( anada
0f the apple and the succulent .aide,. <'��� ���'- Williams, manager of the com-
truck, bu   still sustained by the mem- Pany, conduced a similar exhibit on
'tor a group of towns and cities in the
)NDAY
ILY 25
MONDAY
JULY 25
oil's of those days of the long ago
when fortunes were made over night
und when the tiger roamed unmolested In tlie purlieus of Front street
where all might "buck" who would.
Founded by Col. Lowery.
Thc papei was founded by Col. H. T.
Lowery, a remarkable character who
has made and cheerfully lost something over $:io,000 in the many jour-
Western   states  in   Philadelphia  last p
year.    Tbe average attendance at this!
exhibition per month  was  10,000, and
as a  result of this several  thousands
of people settled in the western states. 1
Mr. Williams is an   experienced publicity man.
Mr,  Han ison, who   is   a   Canadian,
and a native of New Brunswick, states
HARRY   TIDY,  Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Claman Players in the Funniest of
all Farce Comedies
ARE YOU CRAZY"
Tom, Dick and Harry,
or  The Three Twins
One Continuous Laugh from Start To Finish
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
:ti ior Concert at Noon, also Evening at 7.30
Prices, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
is on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, 737 Columbia Street
nallBttc ventures fathered by him that he has made a special study for
since the dav- of the Kaslo Claim, and I tbe past four years of industrial .ues-
since     - uavs oi ��� "- Green- tlons. an.l that he will give special at-
w ho stil   remains in harness in une".. ��      - p *���
.i     u ,.,���,i.,,-v a I otrl nt nf the Mention to the interesting ot  inanutac-
svood. in the  Boundaiv   uiniiitt oi  me, ��
., ���,.��� ,,��� ���,iu- u,\\'< the'turers and investors in Western Can-
same province where he now eons cue, <*       ���-
���        .   ���.,rii��st rPiv^ada as a bed for industrial, eommer-
Greenwood Ledge. In the earnest oays �� ���
, ���. ���,.(r,_���,a i h'ifinip a. cial, and agricultural development,
of mv mining experience i nocame a       ��� �� ,,,...
contributor In a small way to the di- In connection with the exhibition a
v's and sundry Lowery publications small publication devoted exclusively
oul in that wav" became well acquaint- to Western Canada will be published
ei v 1 he editor and financier" as I and distributed free. In addition to
he called himself He was then, andj this, large quantities of literature fur-
Btlll to an original writer and an orl- fished by the exhibitors will be dis-
ginal thinker, W-Jt* all kinds of tribute ���   ^
ahflTrts and   withal, a man Ol uicj must
fender hear and one whom 1 am!Pla>ed a series of free lectures with
tenaei   ntait. .am   uu�� lantern   slides   illustrative   of   life  in
proud to number among m> \er\ goou
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
nol your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent.
A Gillette Safety Razor
establishes a long lerm insurance
policy for your face.
Jtsk or write for our free booklet
explaining a hundred and one
things you ought to know about
shuvlng and the care of your face.
Gillette Safety Razor Set consists
of triple silver plated holder that will
last a lifetime, with 12 double-edged
blades ( 24 keen edges) iu velvet lined
leather case.    Price fs.uo.
Combination Sets���Brush, Soap, etc.
$6.50 to J50.00
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
friends.     Tlie   venture  of   the   Kaslo
boom resulted in a loss of about $1,000
but nothing daunted, the colonel came
to the scratch in the same spot ln lS'Jn
and  resurrected   his  first  journalistic
venture under the name by which it
gave up the ghost.    He succeeded in
regaining   what   he   had   lost    in    the
boom holocaust and a fair profit. Still
later the paper passed under the editorship  of   Harold   Dolce,   the   well-;
known magazine writer, who was then
connected  with   the  late  "Barbarian",
Hrown in his mining ventures in that
part   of   the   world,   and   be   in   turn
gave way at tlie helm to David King,
another   remarkable   character,   who
has since written much literary value
and  who  now  resides in  Xew   York. |
At  that  time the name of tlie paper
was   changed   to  the  Kootenaian   and
'.nder that title it is still  conducted,!
pparently with success, In the little
northern hamlet.
The   V/rong   Time.
The  Claim   began  Its  career  at
very Inopportune  ime and felt the full
Western Canada, including pastoral
and rural views, and others showing
tlie products of the west as well as
its attractions from the point of view
of tlie tourist.    Eacli city or province
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
01   tne  tourist,     r.acn  citv   or   piovnivei
of the Canadian northwest taking part' CAPITAL       $14,400,000.00
in the exhibition will receive an equal .RESERVE        11,000,000.00
number of lectures to be given by a! 	
staff   specially  trained   for  tbis   pur-1    "Branches throughout    Canada    and
I ���
pose. Besides these lectures another j Newfoundland, anu in London, Eng-
series will be inaugurated in cltleb land, New .York, Chicago and Spokane,
and towns of tlie district of which 1 U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
Philadelphia is the center. ! banking    business    transacted.    Let-
The choice of Philadelphia for thisjters of Credit issQefl,   available   with
correspondents in    all    parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest ailowe4 at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over   $186,000,000.00
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and marked on tl>e-
envelope "Tender for Piping System "
Tender for Water System." and "Tender for Pipe Tunnels and Wiring
HDucts," as the case may be. will bt-'
received at the ollice of the Commit
sioners of the Transcontinental Kail-
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve-
o'clock noon of the 26tb day of July,
1910, for:
it 1 Air, steam, water and oil piping system;
t'2)  Yard   water   system;
{'.',) Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with the Transcontinental Railway shups east ol.
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications mu. foe-
seen in tlie office of .Mr. Cordon Grant.
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners.,
at Ottawa, Ontario, and in the office:
of Mr. S. K. I'oulin, District Engineer,.
St.   Boniface,   Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders win not be considered unless-
made on the printed form supplirci
by the Comn IsSloners, which may be-
liad on application to tlie Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to tlie District.
Engineer at   St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must, be signed and!
sealed by all the parties to the ten
der, and witnessed, and be aceompant-
ied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of tlie Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum enual to ten percent (lo p. 0 of the amount of ii~-'
tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall .within ten days after the-*
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and other documents required to be signed, and in any casf.1-
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted!
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said.'
cheque shall be forfeited to tlie Commissioners as liquidated damages fer
such refusal or failure, ancl ali contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender sliall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties--
whose tenders are accepted will hts
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for ttie*-
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
whose  tenders   are  rejected   will   he-
returned   within   ton   days  after   Warn-
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved to rej'oct any-
or all tenders.
Bv order.
P.  E.  RTAN,
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   c*"
the Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa, 30th June, 1910.  ���
I***************************************���������*
>TORE, BANK FITTINfS
"iND   OFFICE ril ll-^vw
SHOW CASES
work is due to the fact that It has
lfi.000 manufacturing plants turning
out $7,0110,000 worth of products each
year. The state of New Jersey has
upwards of 7,000 industrial plan's,
turning out approximately $500 000,000
worth of manufactured products.
Within a radius of a hundred miles of
Philadelphia there are 15,000.000 peo-
; pie.    The state of Pennsylvania last
year   produced   $4.0.000.000   worth   of
a  agricultural   products   and   the   states
!of  New  York  $440,000,000  of agricul-
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
effect of the utter stagnation that fol- tural products These districts are
low -1 he meteorlc tall In silver a few ; therefore considered important places
weeks Uter and the consequent fail-, for such a propaganda of publicity for
n  of tie   ate John II. Burke's bank. Ithe Canadian  west,  which  offer vast
It struggled along for a few weeks in
tlie hope that some silver lining would
reveal itself in the clouds of enciiiing
gloom, but eventually gave up the
ghost and erected Its own tomb on its
front page. The publication of this
general notification that Kalso was
"busted" was most strenuously resented by ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to face the music without the where
withal to reach outer civili .ation and
possibilities  for  agricultural  and   industrial  enterprise.
Brewers Riot at Picnic.
Chicago, July   20.���T.  E.   Mulvihill
and Patrick  Haley were fatally shot,
several other men were seriously in-
Vas     must     bucuuuuo.j      .-   IBOVOIU1   umci    tuDu    .....	
those who were compelled jjured aJld a ten-coach excursion train
was wrecked  by a mob  in  a riot at
Columbia park on the Santa Pe rail
wiiuai  to  reavii  umci   ...............     , .,,���,,,,.,,,   ,..,	
the doughty colonel narrowly escaped ; roa j  west of Chicago late yesterday
--   '    ���   t    ��*.*��    ...... ,,.,1    hpnu'urc
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Cc,
BROOKES,  Proprietor
VORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and Carline.
PHONE 473
*********aa*a**aa***aaaa*a ��*aaa*************** *****
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
AND
Children's Dresses
A. J. BIRTCH
iThe White House 617 Columbia Street
being the chief guest at a little neck
tie party arranged in his particular
honor. Copies of the last issue of
the Claim are few and now command
as much as $25. The Mining Review
is indebted to Col. O. T. Stone and A.
T. Garland, of Kaslo, for the copy
from which the accompanying etching
wus made.
Why   the   Ads.   Were  Turned.
At the time tlie paper suspended It
conslste 1 of four pages liberally pai-
ronized by advertisers, but the box
Office eveldently suffered keenly from
inability to recover the amounts represented in the space thus apportioned.
A glance as the advertising pages of
tlie final spasm gives one a nightmare of topsy-turveydom that completes the freaky appearance of the
sheet. Thc advertisements of those
ln arrears were tamed upside down or
sideways, or otherwise marred, while
the reading matter was graced by inverted column rules Indicative of the
Impending Journalistic funeral.
Some    Advertisers.
Among tlie advertisers were many
of my old friends and not a few who
wlll b
The trouble ended the annual brewers'
picnic.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK |
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Frl
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
Palace hotel, conducted by Mike Mahoney and C. Lundburg; the Theatre
Comique, conducted by the Hollands,
of Spokane, and one of the worst hell
holes ever operated in any city of the
west on either side of the international line, and E. R. A ther ton, who
was then in the general merchandise
line at Waston, towards the summit of
the range and who is, 1 believe, still
in the same business somewhere in
the same district. 1 look ln vain for
my own advertisement, for be it rec-1
orde I 1 also indulged in tbe pleasures
of the real estate agent in those days. All
but my search ls in vain, and so 1 suppose I had at that time passed the |
limit of credit and had been dropped
from the rolls.
Hung    Towel    on    Door   Knob.
The'funeral address in the guise of
the leading editorial was as follows:
"The Claim goes up the shaft today
and will be deposited in the journal-
ua menus mm n-,, ���.  -  lstic bone yard with the amount of re-
remembered by most of those gret customary on such occasions
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room fi. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence Phone 133
P. O. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the-
Commissioners will not be paid for it-
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intern.
to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol
Lands at Victoria, B.C.. for a Iic��ai9er
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. B.^
S. E. corner, planted at the S. E. corner of Section 31, in Township 19���
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence sooth
80 chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9tb
day of June, A.D., 1910.
JOHN BECKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Sec��-
tion 5, Township 19, in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tiflcae of Title Number 5059F, issued
in the name of Allan A. Curtis, baa
been  filed in  this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof.
in a daily newspaper published in the-
City of New Westmfnster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, im-
less in the meantime valid objecttac*
be made to me in writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, July 8, 1910.
Colonial  Block
who passed through
ence In the days of
were A.  H.  (Dandy
the Dandy  mine on
near   Nelson,
ously offered
that sad experi-!    "Its career has been short but not
93.   Among them'altogether peaceful.    Its readers have
Kelly, owner of i been   numerous.    It  has   made   some
Toad   mountain, j friends and a few enemies.    The pay-
B   Ci  who   magnanim-1 streak having entirely disappeared, we
lots iii the townsite of i are forced to prospect somewhere else.
S��edyer?cton for from $100 to $200 and:To the few staunch friends who have
DVERTBE IN THE NEWS
ET WILL BRING RE5ULT5
who now be willing to sell the same
at one mill on the dollar; George T.
Kane, first mayor of Kaslo, and his
brother David P., who were tlie original locators of the townsite and wbo
then dealt ln Kaslo earth; the Coeur
d'Aletios hotel, run by John Ward and
John Kling, two celebrities, wbo operated the best gin mill of the city
under the firm name of Ward and
Kling; the Kaslo Transportation company, owned nnd operated by William
J. Cleary, now of Fresno, Cal., wbo
made a fortune in the Greenwater
boom of three years ago and who has
helped us with their money and sym
pathy we extend our slneer? thanks.
To our enemies this article will be
pleasant reading. Our suspension will
enable them to bamboozle the public
without fear of being molested and
consequently they will  be happy.
"Four months ago this paper had the
brightest prospects of any paper in
Canada. Today everything is changed.
Such Is the life In the wild and silvery
west. One day a prospective million-
���the next, nothing to live on but
���
L
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers.
and Decorator*.
���
J
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B.C.
aii-	
wind and one of Burke's checks.
  "In lieu of crape we have hung the
ow retired from tlie strenuous life as I printing offlce towel on tbe doorknob.
���i vinevnrdlsf Thomas J. Roadley, the | Turn off the gas, ring down the cur-
most active real estate agent In boom  tain and exclaim;    "The play is over
davs1  Miss Josle Foley, who conduct- the flag hauled down, the Kaslo Claim,1
ed' the  Dardanelles dining ball;   the Is dead, extremely dead."
Westminster
Transfer to.
wfflce 'Phone 115.     Barn "Phone 187
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DBPOT.
EGGSl
Green Cut Bone to Make*
Your Chickens  Lay..
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenm.
PHONE 370.
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C A. Paige Managing  Director
THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1910.
TERROR   OF   THE   AIR.
Joy hat li been given to man in his
casques! of the air, The desire for
���light is no new thing; tlie means to
anyliili the graceful movement of the
i3ilr.<! baa been craved for and attempt-
*?i from time immemorial. But only
������W, in Ibis twentieth century, has
���he privilege been won. The attainment of tlie mastery of the air lias
Mred the Imagination of man, avia-
Piim has become the popular sclenco,
.and, in some sense, the pastime of
���everj- civilized nation. Great crowds
flock wherever there may he a display
*>f aviation, and flying has become the
Tongue topic of tlie multitude.
Meanwhile the Inventive genius of
She world is bent to the task of improving the lines of tlie aeroplane and
:'}*- airship, of perfecting the motive
apower, of developing the means of
lifting and propulsion. Almost every
��city and town has one or more of its
people engaged in striving to overcome existing mechanical defects,
.and fo improve some detail in the
plane, the engine, or the propeller.
Even New Westminster has its
inventors busy in this direction, and
one of her citizens claims to have
solved the problem of rapid ascent
and easy control.
Scarcely  a  day  passes  but   it   becomes clearly evident that the aeroplane and airship are destined to play
an important part in the world's future.   Not alone in a peaceful way will
this be, but as a factor In the practice
of war.    The noted British war correspondent,    Frederick    Villiers,    remarked, when lecturing in the east a
few days ago. that  it would be wiser
for Canada to  build airships  than a
navy.    The apposlteness of this suggestion  is illustrated  by  the success
which   has   attended   recent,   demonstrations to prove the efficacy of the
aeroplane as a means of hurling deadly explosives   upon  objects   beneath.
One of the aviators tit the Montreal
meeting proved bis ability to destroy
a fort by dropping a dummy projectile therein.   A little earlier Count de
Lesseps   and   Paul   Bleriot   had  both
demonstrated  the possibility of wiping out a military camp by dropping
bombs  through  the air in the night,
.nnd In the United States Curtiss has
.made a similar demonstration.    Both
���Great   Britain   and   Germany  are  engaged in perfecting not only military
jiirships, but methods for the destruction of forts and war vessels, and are
producing  guns   that  can   be  trained
.to hurl projectiles at an almost acute
angle to cripple or demolish  an enemy's air fleet.
Thus we go on. To the man in the
atreet it does seem that at this time
of day it would be wiser to build great
airships and aeroplanes for offensive
and defensive purposes than to expend many millions of dollars upon
naval monsters of the super-Dreadnought typo, which may be crippled at
^one blow by a cheap and simple air
vessel capably manned.
To some this new terror of the air
appears as a factor that will at no
���very distant time compel the nations
���of the world to agree together to preserve the peace. The whole resources
���of a nation, military, naval and com-
rnercia'I, will be at the mercy of an
enemy's aerial attack, and this condition of things must render war impossible if mere existence is to count for
[anything In the future.
STILL
MAKING ROOM
Deep Cuts on Table
Linens, Towels, Napkins and all Camping-
Supplies.
Vudor Hammocks
Japanese, Bamboo Porch
Screens and Shades.
Every Reed and Porch
Chair Cut in Price.
We must have the
room they occupy for
incoming merchandise
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LEES LIMITED
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73 716718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
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REMEMBER.   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P.  M.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring ap Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
THESE ARE BUSY
IN THE
Whitewear Departmeni
Last week was one of the bi^est we
have had in the Whitewear Section,
Exceptional values are added to the
many splendid bargains, increasing
the attractiveness of this great Expansion Sale. Fill all your requirements now. You can save money-
not only on Summer Goods, but on
goods that will be useful for fall.
White Skirt Specials
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$1.00 Skirts for 65c
In fine white cotton, with good
full flounce neatly tuckel Extra   special    65c
$3.00 Skirts for $1.75
A splendid buy, trimmed with
strong torchon lace and insertion, daintily tucked, finished
with dust ruffle, flounce knee
depth.   Regular $3.00 for ..$1.75
Gowns for 65c
Ladles' full length gowns with
long sleeves, buttoned front,
pretty tucked deep yoke finished off with hemstitched frill
st neck and sleeves. A snap
at  $1.00.    Sale price   65c
Corset Covers at 35c
A rattling good corset cover for
this price. Smartly trimmed
with fine lace and insertion In
very dainty effect. Pine white
cotton used In these garments,
Regular 60c for  35c
Ladies' Drawers
45c Drawers for 25c
Enough for two or tlirep mon
days' selling, good quality cambric with small tucks Regular
45c for       25c
75c Drawers for 50c
This lot Is really Btunnlag
value. Made from soft finished
cambric with three rows ol
tucks, and pretty embroidered
frill.    Regular T.r.e, new for 50e
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy-
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
��� Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving- you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-    . \
portions to cleanse
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Another   Big   Special   in   Wash   Goods
Values to $2.25 for $1.25
A really stunning offer iu smart stylish waists, including a specntf purchase of white linen shirt
waists, neatly tucked, with a laundered collar and soft cuffs. Also a pleasing variety of fancy stripes
und small designs in colors. Every size represented here. See our windows. Regular values to i���'
for       $1.25
ats mfirrffl'j;' r ��� VKravan -^-���v-vam
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
'INVENTORYING   WATER   POWERS.
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Correspondence
PAYMENT
OF      ANNUAL
TAXES.
CITY
(The Dally News Is not responsihle
for the opinions expressed by Its correspondents.)
THE    FIGHT    PICTURES.
Editor Daily News:
Sir���New      Westminster
wore  shocked and  surprised
that the city council passed
to   prevent   Jeffries-Johnson
pictures heen shown  here.
citizens
to  hear
a bylaw
moving
I do not
F. D.  Monk  in  Conference  With Clifford   Sifton.
.Ottawa, July 20.���F. D. Monk, M. P.,
rchairman   of the  water  powers committee of the commission on conservation, was here today conferring with
Hon.   Clifford   Sitlon.    Tlie  commmfl-
tee is making a complete inventory of
all the water powers of tlie Dominion
and they will be classified into public
sin 1 private power?, developed and un-
4*e\ eloped.
see any harm In such pictures. I consider our councllmen are taking too
much on themselves by taking the
liberty away from citizens of New
Westminster. We are not In U. S.
A., and fear no race war. What will
our councllmen do next?
J. B. FLOOD.
New Westminster, July 20, 1910.
Fruit Market May Glut.
Toronto. July 20.���While fruit men
remain optimistic, the local market
Is likely lo become glutted if the
(',. T, P. strike continues. There Is
no difficulty In getting fruit in, as
much of it comes by boat. Trouble
Will he in gelling It. out, as the C. P. U.
has all  it can  handle.
Notice   to   Taxpayers:  t
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to obtain the advantage of the full rebate allowable, all CITY TAXES and
SEWER RATES MUST be paid on or
before the 1st. DAY of At'GUST.
For the convenience of day-workers,
the Collector's Office hours will be extended to recive Taxes between 7:00
and !) p. in., on Saturday, July 30th.,
land on  .Monday, August 1st.
All   persons   are   earnestly   desired
j to pay their taxes before those days.
i In  order to avoid  undue pressure of
work upon the clerks whose duties are
Increasing.
TO RAVI-: TIME WHILST PAYING
[TAXES.  PLEASE   MRING  OR  SEND
THE   TAX    DEMAND���TAXPAYERS
WHO  FAIL  TO   BRING   THEIR  DE-
I MAND   NOTICES   WILL   BE   SEPARATELY   DEALT   WITH   AND   NOT
I ALLOWED   TO   DELAY    PERSONS
WHO   COMPLY    WITH    THIS    REQUEST.
Only tho 10 per cent rebate will he
allowed from August 2nd., to September 1st,, Inclusive.
After September 1st., rebates for
this year cannot be allowed.
J. A. RENNIE,
Collector.
City Hall, July 20th., 1910.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10��� With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. DO 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.
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CANADIAN
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STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a.m   Dally
1:00 P-m  Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. in    Daily
11:00 p. m ��� Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. in    Mondays
8:00 a,m...Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m    Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. in    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays:    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad   In  The  News.
!It will bring results.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, (1:50, "'���%[
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. i,
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 0:50, 7:20, 8:0* i
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  00c;   children  under  12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at I(
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until  11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 0 a. ni. uJ I
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday Excursion  Kates:   Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for \ ancoiiW
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 6:15 a. m. to 11 P- ���"���
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a.  tn. and 11  p. n.
Sapperton Line���20 minute service, from 0:25 a. in. to 11:10 M
Sunday  Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11 p. B.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO,]
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These goods ure the  BEST procurable in Canada, and is 8 PIMS' |
J    ure to show same.
X HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FlVHl.
ITReSTmEN HAVE   JOHSliEnii
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AKRESTEU FUR SPEEDING :
Li!'   Arthur   No   Longer   Needs   Police
Advertising, but Objects to Being
Made  Target  for  Stones.
IT ABANDONED HOPE
|e of Saturday's Score of
Challengers    Still.
Ihink of Annexing Cup. ~
1 New Vork, July 20.���"John A. .lohn-
  ison, actor," as the pugilist described
,   ., ..         ' himself in an affidavit in police court
wftB ejected, the same referees | WUH liIle(J ���. |jy �����*** J�� �������J
officiate  at,  the  lacrosse  match ��� today   for    reckless   driving    which
turday as handled  the _ame  caus6i his arreBt after he had whirled
his big automobile around the con-
gested spaces near Forty-second street,
and Seventh avenue yesterday afternoon.
Johnson had
have
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SNAPS IN���
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Port Mann, Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Langley,
City Property and Houses and Lots. When we
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
$150,000 TO LOAN
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
S. FADER
451 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.
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Camp Sites
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White Rock
Week. The only chunge will he
W ]���;, Ditchburn will be referee
I,i,.i and Lionel Yorke will be
of play.
Davidson, president of the
A., and Ernie Hamilton, vice
nt of the Montreal Lacrosse
nine over here yesterday and
I thought they would suggest
referees for the next match, but
inter ('. A. Welsh gave them to
-land before the argument start-
ial ho would consent to no
a, 'l'he visitors contented them-
with asking what the New
I'iiiftter officials thought of the
��� ing last Saturday, and when
all, F. J. Lynch and C. A. Welsh
ft piled with one accord that the
ire. ing was satisfactory to them,
Montreal men did not pursue tlie
eel further but said they would
I;  go at  that.
Sorry   They   Didn't   Come,
anager  Welsh   mentioned   to  the
treal  officials that  be  was  dlsap-
ted when they did not come over
lie excursion last Sunday and they
-sed regret that any unpleasant-
had occurred.    He said the offl-
were anxious to come, but many
be players had accepted other inns  on   their  own   account   and
ol  the others  required  looking
Still  Have Hopes
fhe Montrealers are still confident
sinning tlie Minto cup but it can
K'cn    that    their   enthusiasm    ls
glitly shaken  by  the  result of the
game.
has not yet been decided who
face off the hall at tho next game.
Martin, M.P., is on his way from
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SEAMAN  IMPRISONED IN
SHIP'S   DOUBLE
an   excuse   ready.    "I |     New York, July 2II.-
BOTTOM
After being im-l
to go the way i did to dodge |prisoned in the cellular double bottom
hoodlums who call me names and j of the battleship Connecticut, In the
throw stones at me," said he. "The iBrooklyn navy yard for nearly a day,
officers told me to go fast and get i Alexander Wyrick, a seaman of the
away as soon as I conl,|. I have never ship, is at thc naval hospital overrun down or Injured anyone, but I j come by exposure to the fumes of
don't want to he struck by stones."      ! fresh paint.
"Vou have  been  arrested  In almost1     WyrlCk   had   been   at.   work   in   the
everv city you have visited," said the | compartment    cleaning   and   painting.
I His   companions  answered   the   mess
Justice.
"Uui. your honor, thai was done for
advertisement purposes." replied tlie
fighter, In all apparent seriousness.
Ile pleaded guilty and paid the fine.
NEW STREET EIGHTS ARE
GREATLY ADMIRED DY ALL
Clusters of  Frosted  Globes  Make Columbia  Street  Almost  Look   Like
the  Great  White  Way.
call at supper time and the manholes
Of the compart ments were closed. Wy-
! rick's absence was overlooked until
j the next day, when men were sent
| into the spaces hetween the outer and
, inner shells of the ship to search for
I him. Ile was thought to be dead when
I a companion found him unconscious
; in a newly painted compartment, but
l vigorous work, when he was dragged
; from his cramped quarters and
i brought on deck, resulted in some
signs of life.
Many expressions of admiration for
the new street lights are heard every
evening since the double row of clusters of six fiosted bulbs have started
to shed tlieir lustre on Columbia
street.
"Looks like Seattle"; "It Is the only
system";   "Los   Angeles   has   nothing
better";  "I don't know what lt costs
I but It's worth  It."  These are only  a
j few of the hundreds of remarks which
I are called  forth  nightly by the dazzling display,    Everyone seems called
j upon to make some commending remark.    None  pass the display  by  un-
KANSAS WOMEN WOULD
ORGANIZE GUN CLUB
Kansas City, July 20.���Tramps who
visit the suburb of Argentine, on the
Kansas side of the state line, may be
confronted with a new and unexpected welcome.
The women of Argentine, alarmed
I by the many tramps who have recent-
lly Invested that place, it is said, are
! learning to handle firearms effectlve-
l ly and plans are now being made for
I the organization of a women's guif
| club in that place. Several telephone
! messages were yesterday received at
| the Argentine police station from wo-
! men asking about the city ordinance
j pertaining to the discharging of flre-
i arms  within  the  city limits.
"A   gun   club   will   be   a   splendid
nd.  but  lt  Is  not   thought  that ,       , ,
the  Wlnni-' I10,1('etI and no disparaging words are | thing  for  the  women  of this  town.
| will get through  with	
newspaper men In time to permit j lle!ir(1'
ppe nance here next Saturday. "  b  ""���
fhe Montreal officials yesterday did
state whether or not the Cup
Inters would pay another visit to
|\\ West minster before the fateful
bul it ls improbable that any
thl stick handlers will be seen
te before next Saturday. The east-
Be:, will remain here tor two or
lei days after the game and the
Irials will lie over on Monday to
f ten out all financial matters
Mr. Ryall.
Tom Gifford May Not  Play,
nmle Gifford's knee is still sore,
was oul for a short time yesterday
his  leu.   if   there   is   any   change
condition,  was  worse  than  on
previous and  it  is distinctly
y,       ble thai he will be In the next
ii ���     in case be is not ahle to play
M irshall will likely step In and Ker,,  '
will   then   be  some   kind   of  a   '"'  !'
I        p on  tlie defence.
I   b  Salmon  Bellies  bad  their last
Brkout   lasl   night.     They   were  all
"   with  the exception of Tom Glf-
IM and  indulged  in  some  good  fast
without  trying anything rough.
link Wintemute is still a little sore
Jit  the  rest  of the men  are in  the
lni'   of condition  and  Punk  will  be
pie   to   develop   his   old   speed   by
Iturday,
(Secretary Ryall states that the
pkets are selling well and all the
Idlcatlons point to a splendid at-
pidance.
It Is only ahout two months since
the Schaake Machine works turned
out the llrst standards for the lights,
said Mrs. G. W. Wolley, of Argentine,
last night. "There are many women
whose husbands work at night or are
away on railroad runs.   If tlie tramps
ind City  electrician  Bowler is to be  know that we can shoot, then perhaps
stop  prowling  around  our
congratulated on the speed with
wliich lie finished the Installation as
soon as his material was ready.
The system used in lighting the
Btreet is known as tlie series Tungsten, a system practically unheard of
a few years ago, but now coming Into
general use In all thp progressive
cities in America and Europe. It is
uiuiu.eu tliat me power useu is much
less than under the old arc lighting
Bt-.t.ni and  bosses the liuht  is much j trade.    On tlie Cape of Good Hope the
steadier and easier on the eyes.   The  original  so-called  "cheap skate goat"
m .lie iei    similar to the original   became crossed with tlie merino sheep
Edison Incandescent In principle, but and tlie government's experts encoun-
j the material of the fibre used In them  tered a  new problem,  that of "what
iis  different   and   there  are  other  dif-1 is   wool?"   when   it   appears   on   the
too  scientific  to describe  in j hacks of tlie hybrid goats.    Such wool
One  of  the  great advantages I is   unsuitable  for  "real  wool,"  but  Is
collars
they   will
homes."
Argentine is a division point of the I
Sante  Fe  railroad.
CLASSIFICATION   MADE
FOR GOAT-SHEEP WOOL
Washington,   July   20.���The   stand-j
\ ardizatlon  of the  goat  from  a  tariff
| point  of   view   lias  affected   the  wool !
BASEBALL
Wednesday .July 20.
Eastern   League.
���'   Montreal��� It. II.
|ewark      u 3
ontreal      6 It)
At Toronto list game)��� R. H.
I'     ��� City   r, T
""iito      1; '.)
At Toronto (2nd game)��� R.   II.
\ nlo        7      9
���"V  City  1 s
Al   Rochester��� it. 11.
dtiinore       1 2
fochester     '..'.'.'. 1 B
At Boston��� H. H
,"",il       3 14
,sln"        2 10
At Buffalo��� R, H.
'evidence    ... 04
ittalo     ....,*!.! !l6 22
Northwestern   League.
At Tacoma��� r   h
"""      ti'    8
,i":",ii��    1   e
, Al   Spokane��� R,   u.
ancouver 7   n
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Standing  of  Clubs.
Won. Lost
(*"couver        B0     41
5,i,":kan��  bo 41
s:,,;,;,ii:i  4*   44
��eau'e     35     B4
of  the  system   is   that   the  lights   do j
not   require   constant   attention   as   is i
the ease with the arc light, but they I
burn for a year or two without heing
touched  and  then  they  are  replaced
witli new lights.
Each light Is provided with an automatic cutoff at Its base, so that if any
of the lights burn out the current is
continued through the base of the use-
less lamp on to the others of the clus-
used for plaster hair and for
for horses and mattresses.
Now the trade has prepared a new
sample formally stamped "sample "00
B" for use in appraising and classifying wools under the new tariff. This
sample is officially classified as "Cape
of Good Hope native skin wool of a
kempy (tangled) character shorn from
so-called Cape goat-sheep in a rundown condition," all of wliich means
ter.   The actual cost of operating the I that   the   government   will   hereafter
335 lights that constitute the system   tax  all  such  products  as  the  lowest
la said  to be remarkably small con-; class wool entering American ports.
sideling   the   results  obtained.     Each j	
lamp burns about 241 watts per hour. CRACKS IN MUSEUM.
which means ahout 85 kilo-watts for
all   the   lights   In   commission.    The
cost is so small that City Electrician I
Howler does not  like to say exactly
what  it  will be for fear the citizens j
will  think   he   is   wrong.    He  states
that until  the system is In use long
enough for him to become acquainted
witli  its  Inns  and  outs  he does  not
care to make any statement as to the
cost.
When   tlie   side   lights  are   turned
out   nt   midnight   the   street   will   be
lighted  by  are  lights at   the top of
every  four  trolley  pole  up the center
of tiie street.
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Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
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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 Hons, 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
Tea Sets at $25.00.
to
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Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
MAIL  ORDER  WHISKY.
Kentucky-
Condition of Building at Ottawa
Causes Much Comment.
Ottawa, July 20.���There is a serious
condition at the new million-dollar
museum which the government is
erecting at Ottawa. The fact tbat two
cracks appear in tlie interior of the
walls from the main floor to the very
top has caused a great deal of discussion among local builders and
architects as to whether or not this
state of affairs wlll prove serious. The
cracks occur just where tlie main
tower connects with tlie other section
of tlie building. They are the result
of the tower section settling faster
or farther than the remainder of the
structure. The cracks show through
the plastering, and while there are
evidences that they were once tilled
f | up in places, they have again opened
Salmon Report
July   20,   1910.
A   Thriving    Business   on
Tennessee Border.
Nashville,  Tenn.. July  20.���One ��.,  -^
the effects of prohibition  In  Tennes-j    ^^ QoverIlment  Architect  Ewart
..  see Is a two hundred per cent Increase 0,almB tllat no selious results will fol-
1  In money orders paid nt the Hopkins-1 (qw  thJg  settllng     An  buildings set-
4 j vllle. Ky., postolllce In the past year. ..^ g  mt(e   he s.lid   and  the cracks
3.  during   which   time   the  !1'""''" Vu-S i had not changed for some time inai-
5 jumped fronl  .30,760.70 to ?90��1B-aB: cating that the settling had ceased.
Nearly iM.OOfl money orders were paid .
vear     This  increase   was  "   " _
wholesale  liquor   bus-  FEWER  FRUITS AND NUTS
E.
1
a
E.
4
1
Pet.
.540
.540
.606
.80S
during the
on  account
of
iness with Tennessee.
NOW COME FROM ABROAD
STANFORD STUDENTS DIG Washington.   July   .0.���The   United
UP ANCIENT SKELETONS I States  is beginning to supply  for Its
  'own use fruits and nuts which a few
Hants. Monica Julv 20.���Skeletons years ago were practically all Import-
and skulls ceimi les' old have been ed. This applies particularly to such
exl timed near he mouths of tbe To-1 fruits as oranges prunes and raising
nag and Temeseal canyons by geo- j Bananas, figs, walnuts, cocoanuts and
from Stanford univer-'almonds are still largely Imported,
have been wash-1    Twenty   years  ago   the   Imports  of
-  than  flve
Belllngham���Got 6,000 fish altogether, of which 124 from Salmon
banks, 1,000 from Lummi and balance
from tbe Gulf. Seiners not doing very
good.
Anacortes���Line out of order.
Ewens Cannery���Got about 800 fish
yesterday.
Vancouver Cannery���Boats averaged sixteen.
Brunswick Cannery���Got about 250
fish yesterday.
St. M tingo Cannery���Got about 300
fish yesterday.
British Columbia Cannery���Boats
averaged fifteen.
Gulf of Georgia Cannery���Boats
averaged sixteen.
Imperial Cannery���Got 1,300 flsh
yesterday.
Scottish-Canadian Cannery ��� Fifty
boats averaged twelve.
ART TREASURES BRING
HIGH AUCTION  PRICES
logical students
sltv.   Eor years tide
I
W;"-wick   Wins  Cricket   Match.
���';"!u1""' July  lio.-m  the cricket
"    Oday   between   Warwick   and
"'s.'''shiri   the  former  won  by
tickets.
London, July 20.���The first fifty-
seven lots of the collection of Sevres
porcelains, jewels and objects of art
and vertu gathered by the late Baron
Scbroeder brought $32:1,425 at Chris-;
ties.'
The principal number was tbe last
on the list, the famous BIberon or
drinking cup of gold mounted crystal.
It dates from the middle of the sixteen century and five years ago its
sale for $70.5110 astonished the art
world. Its offering aroused great Interest, but lt only brought $48,(100.
Excepting this one decrease in price
the whole sale was a long recital of
advances on previous prices. A pair of
rose mandarin jars sold for $12,000; a
pair of square orange tubs, six inches
high by five inches square, sold for
$2ti,000; a pair of jardinieres fetched
$21,000, and a set of vases painted by
Doden in 1779, realized $45,000.
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I not only offer you insurance in companies whose records are
foremost ln these respects, but your choice in the best of them.
Many people spend their Money and Energy ln building a splendid bouse and then gamble with Providence on its safety until
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Progressive Business Men that Insure It?
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"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.     ;Phone 62
LAUNCH   STRIKES   LOG.
Two Drown When Craft Runs Into
Hidden Obstacle.
Wiarton, Ont., July 20.���James Holler, aged fifty-six, and E. Cunningham,
aged seventeen, lost their lives when
a gasoline launch struck a sunken log
today. Four others in the boat were
rescued by an Indian. The bodies
were  recovered  in   ten   niinute3.
Pedagogues  Coming.
London, July 20.���Fifty-eight  members of the London Teachers association sail for Canada on Friday by tbe
Virginian.
DECREASE  IN SALE OF
CIGARETTES   IN   CANADA
Ottawa, July 20.���According to statistics issued by the inland revenue
department, 341,001,138 cigarettes
were consumed In the Dominion during the year ended March 31 last, compared with 356.75fi.130 during tbe previous year. The numDer ot cigars
entered for consumption during the
same period was respectively 205,820,-
851 and 102,105.371. Foreign cigarettes, which are classified hy pounds,
were imported to the extent of 35,049
pounds, as compared with 35, 852. ..����><���
!?���
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
'ULY 21 ,,,
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JUST IN
40ft. Car of furniture
Dining Chairs and Kitchen Chairs, Each.
50c
Royal Oak Extension Tables, at ��p 7 ��� 7 O
Handsome Buffets in Early English or d��in t\C\
Golden Oak, from *pi*-.\J*J
Dressers and Stands in Royal Oak with large bevelled
mirrors. Usually sold at $17.50, (tl 1 *7*X
our price while they last, only ��p 1 1 ��� I *J
Don't waste  money by paying 60 per cent,   profit
on Furniture in the High Rental District.
CALL AND SEE
FRED DAVIS
"The Man Who Saves You Money"
655 FRONT STREET
WHITE MAN'S BURDEN
IS IN THE SCHOOLS
I
THE NEWEST
THING OUT
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M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents    for   20th    Century   Clothing   and
Christy and Stetson Hats
I
Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C.
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HINDUS   ARE    DEPORTED.
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Sixteen Who Came to Seattle Will be
Sent   Back  Again.
Washington, July 20.���Sixteen Hindus who applied for admission to this
country at Seattle were yesterday or-
derod deported by Acting Secretary
Cabel of the department of commerce
and labor. The steamship which
brought them was compelled lo bear
the expense of their return.
Investigation showed that the Hindus were illiterate, could not speak
the English language, had little monev
pvpr. e-l��ig between $20 and $45, and
were of poor physique. A number of
UiiiLii said they believe! in polygamy.
SOUTH  DAKOTAN GIVES
SEATTLE ALLIGATORS
Seattle, July 20.���L. E. Newhirter,
formerly of Williston, N. D., a newcomer in Seattle, who plans to locate
here, just to show his regard for tlie
city, yesterday presented the park department with a pair of young alligators.
The animals are now about thirty
inches long, but they will grow. Mr.
Newhirter got them in New Orleans.
He advised the park department to
feed the animals on raw meat and to
do the feeding from the safe end of a
long stick. The latter part of the instructions ls net likely to be over-
looke!.
American    Commission   of
Education Discusses Sub-
i   ject in Intelligent Manner
i
Boston. July 20.���A brief outline of
| tbe course that will be pursued by the
United States bureau of education In
'its efforts to promdte education (Hurling (he coming year, anfi a tribute to
| the achievements of the late Dr. William Torrey Harris, formerly in charge
of that  work, were the principal features of an address by Dr. Elmer R.
Brewn, the presenl  commissioner of
'education, before the National Educational association  in this city  yester-
I day.
"it was an extraordinary legacy that
I was left to the bureau of education by
Commissioner Terrey Harris," declar-
Cl Mr. Brown.   "The present admlnls-
I tratlon of thai offlce hai no finer or
higher   responsibility   man   thai   of
maintaining at iis best tie spirit, ami
that   tradition   which  constitute  that
; legacy."
Dr, Brown referred to (he Institution of a new division for the promotion, and also of the use of specialists
for Improving the worl; ol the land
| grant colleges as additions that had
been made to the activities of the service under him. He pictured the educational work heing carrie 1 on In
Alaska as the most extensive experiment of that kind in the world.
"Such a practical school presents
the white man's burden in its most
concrete form, with all of the difli-
cultities and all of the inspiring opportunities presented by this world
education movement of our time," he
added. "There in Alaska the school
physician and the school nurse are
now going up and down, helping the
people in their sickness and teaching
them how to live. Tlie girls are learning to cook and to sew, and to make
good homes. The boys are learning to
earn an honest livelihood under their
new conditions by new Industrial pursuits by the raising of reindeer, by Improved fishing, gardening, and the use
of common tools. They are learning
something of the white man's wisdom
and the white man's better aims in
life, which should help them in their
new relations with the white man as
their neighbor and fellow laborer."
To extend the influence of the bureau and to strengthen it. Dr. Hrown
said close co-operation had been arranged with the library of congress,
and with the bureau, he said, is endeavoring to obtain more nearly uniform and comparable statistics concerning state and city systems of education.
"We have now more reason than
ever before to hope that the reproach
which has lain against our school reports, that they did not tell an intelligible tale, is soon to he a thing of
the past," declared  Dr. Brown.
Speaking of the function of liis bureau. I Jr. Brown continued:
"The improvement of school attendance must go hand In hand with the
abatement of the child labor and numerous other undertakings for the
general welfare of childhood, it is
the business of a central office to call
repeated attentions to these relationships, and to help those w'ho are at
work in neighboring fields to work to-
j get her in their common ends.
"We need  to press home  such  information as will lead to the improvement of school buildings.    In a coun-'
try  which is spending $73,000,000 for
the  construction,   equipment   and  repair of its  buildings  for  school  pur-
I poses, such information as would lead
to the saving of only one per cent on
this expenditure would cause an ag-
jgregate annual saving of $72(1,000 and
Ithe saving  of  the  health   of   pupils
which   can   be   accomplished   through
more hygienic construction  is an incomparably greater concern.
"In a thousand ways tbe improvement of the health through education
[la now under way. An agency which
I through the gentle force of clear ln-
i formation can bring these ways into
j unison and prevent the waste of mis-
i directed efforts will prove itself a national benefit.
"Industrial   e lucation,   in its   three
: main forms of trade schools, schools
jof housekeeping and schools for rural
��� life, is in every way raising more questions than any one yet can answer. It
'Is   the  business  of  such   an   office  as
Ithe  bureau of education  to overlook
this  whole  field  and  keep  Incessant
inquiries under way, with  a  view to
finding tbe best answers to the most
'Urgent  of  these  questions  so  fast as
these answers become available in any
! part of the world.    But here again, it
I Is not information alone that is needed.   Our new efforts at industrial education are pulling this way and that
I by inharmonious aims and conflicting
! interests.   A national office, concerned
with these things, must make the constant endeavor to persuade these discordant forces into unity of aim, and
that  effectiveness  which  conies  with
! unity."
The supervision of rural schools,
improvement In the training of
teachers, the relations of secondary
schools to colleges and universities
were referred to by Dr. Brown, who
declared that there was never a time
when a mediating agency wns more
[needed In this field. Institutional isolation, he said, was being recognized
everywhere as a mistake, and the
need of bringing all such Institutions
Into closer relationship was being
realized by all classes of educators.
In connection with these needs, he
said, the near future would bring up
'durations relating to the reorganization of the whole educational activity
of the federal government. Prominent among these questions would be
those relating to the need for a national university at Washington, and
the extension of federal aid to education in the states especially concerning industrial education."
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SING  POEMS   INSTEAD
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NEW  WESTMINSTER
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Ocean Qrove, X. J., July 2Q.���Dr. O.
Edwards Janey, chairman llf "ll> t,('n"
eral Conference of Friends, which is
in session at the Auditorium here,
startled Methodists at tlie conference
when he declared he did not approve
of the singing of hymns at services.
and that the sentiment expressed In
such hymns as "Jesus, Lover of My
Soul," "Onward, Chrlstlon Soldiers,"
"There Is a Fountain Filled With
Blood," and other Methodist son. s, Is
not in accord with the Friends' belief.
As a substitute for these hymns he
suggested that a committee of musical
Friends select beautiful poems, such
a* some of those Longfellow and Whit-
tier, and set them to music. Dr. .Janey
criticized the birth rate among the
Quakers, which lie declare I was too
low. Tho reason for this state of affairs, he asserted, should he Inquired
into. There are 3,000 delegates in attendance.
11
ENGLISH  WILL CHANGE
THEIR   RULES  OF  POLO
N'ew York, July 20.���The new polo
committee today received interesting
news from England Informing then
that the committee of the Hurlingham
club has decided to copy some American methods In an effort to obtain a
sounder game. The English committee has ordered the abolition of the
recent form list and the substitution
of tbe American system of handicapping players by points as a better
ineanB of classifying them.
As an instance of what the change
means. It was pointed out that the
Hurlingham recent form list for the
present season contained the names of
more than thirty men who are regarded as first-class players.
When, however, these same men
have been handicapped hy points on
lines similar to those adopted by the
& V. "States" dally except Sunday
Leave, 23:00! Arrive at 2] :00.
Vancouver) daily except Sunday,
Leave. 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; An
rive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00,
B, ti V. "States." daily except Sunday,   Leave. 8:00;  Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. Fast, dally; Leave. 8:30,
15:4a:   Arrive   at   9:26,   22:30.
Sapperton. daily except Sunday;
Leave 8:30, 16:45; Arrive al 9:25
and  21:00.
Fraser   Mills,  dally   except   Sunday;
Lea\e 8:30;  16MB; Arrive at 9:26.
Coquitlam,     dally      except      Sunday;
Leave 8:30;   Arrive at  13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave.   11 :(iu;   Arrive at   13:00,
Fdmon *,s      dally     except      Sunday;
Leave.   11:00;   Arrive  at   1 I  ou.
Fast   Burnaby,   dally   except   Sundaj ;
Leave,   14:00;   Arrive  at   II	
Burquitlam,    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at   10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and     Friday;
Leave. 14:00;  Arrive nt lOt'OO,
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   Gulchon,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:1'0:   Arrive at   10:00.
Westham    Island,   dally   except    Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00,
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
1 1:20;   Arrive  at   10: oo.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;    Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at ]0:oo.
daily     except      Sunday;
o; Arrive at 10:00.
Tuesday.   Thursday   and
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive  at
30.
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS.
Annleville,
Leave, 14::
Woodwards,
Saturday;
8:.'10 and 10:
B.   ti   V.
Sunday;
American Polo association. It  will bo      11:00.
seen as wide a margin as four points Cloverdale.
separate some of them.
'Vancouver,"   dally   except
Leave,   14:i:0;    Arrive   at
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner In fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Heed from F. A. U'ilmot.
Inspector of dykis, to Duncan Hell
'Hall, bearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 1907, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract, of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in tiie District of New Westminster.
In tlie Pri.-.i e ot British Columbia,
more partl';ul irly known and described as part I! 00 a< ies of the southeast
(liiarler of Section IS, Township 3,
Range 29, west of (ith Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
| under you and all persons claiming
any Interest In ttu said land by virtue
of any nine '-teed Instrument, and
jail persons cli.".ing any interest in
the said land by ilf-r ��� ent, whose title
is not r.?;iSv.e'ed ".i'er the provisions
of the "Land IU'v.1. try Act," are required to contest tie . ,, .n of the tax purchaser within forty flVH days from the
date of the flrst pun' cation of this
notice upon vju and in default of a
caveat or certiM.a'e ot ,-.s pendens
being filed w'flin sue i ioiiod, or In
default of redemption r.fforj registration, you anJ otch < f you win he forever estopped and debarred from setting up any < him to o- In respect of
the said land, and I sha I register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
In fee. And I bendy o>-1 ���, that publication of this ncli"n for thirty days
In a dally newsp v,\"r pi bllshed in New
Westminster wll le -ootl and sufficient service hwr ,1
Dated at tho 1 , nd Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, r e <inf.e 0f Qr|tish
Columbia, this ,'0th aay of April A
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
llptrlct Registrar
To Canada Pam-anent Loan & Sav
lngs Co.; Oppenhelmer Bros., Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Lelshman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
daily     except     Sunday;
Leave. 14:,r>0: Arrive at 11 :00.
Port    Kells.    dally    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:f>0:   Arrive at  11:60.
Clayton.   Tuesday,   Thursday.   Friday
and   Saturday;    Leave,   14*. B0;    Arrive at  11:0o.
Tynehead.     Tuosdu.v     and      Friday;
Leave.  14:50;   Arrive at  11 :oo.
B, & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
I     Leave. 15:46;  Arrive at  16:16,
Uurnaby   Lake,  daily  except   Sunday;
I     Leave, 1(1:00; Arrive at 16:15.
District of New Westminster.
Sealed Tenders addn
derslgned. and  marked on I    ���;
lope   "renders  for Sewei
reived   at   the   offl( e        tl        ���
sioners oi   ihe Trans. > ntlnei    i|
way, at  Ottawa. Ontai lo,    I
o'clock  noon of the    l I
1910, for the excavation , |
and completion ol b n  In sewerj
for tin1  Winnipeg  Bhoi
Section 5, Tp. 11. Range I E ot
line of the  National  Tl il -���
Railway, ahout  six  mill s i ,>��� 11 I
nlpeg, extending from tin pump bit
and terminal > aid to thi   Si I ���
Plans   and    Bpecifleatli
seen ln the ofllce of Mr. Gordi:.
Chief Engineer of the Comtt
at   Ottawa,  Ont..  and   In  lhe   I
Mr.   S.   R.   Poulin.   District Engl
St.   Boniface.   Man.
Pei sons tendering are notified
tenders will not be con
made on the form BU] | ���
Commissioners, which may be i
on application to the < 'lib I Englt
at Ottawa, or to the District PrneiM
at  St.  Boniface,  .Man.
Bach tender musi ! e ��� m
seale i hv all the partle to tin teoAl
and witnessed, and he accompanied!
an accepted cheque on a ��� rtn
Hank of the Dominion of Cal
able to the order of the Coffli*
sioners id' the Transcontinental W
way, for the sum equal to ten pete*
(10 p. c.i of the amount of tbi     :���'
Any person whose tender ll *
cepted shall, within ten days after!
signing thereof, sign the cou'.nl,]
specifications, and other <l -"-
required to he signed, and in an> c��|
of refusal or failure on the pur! of*
party whose tender is accepted to fl
cute and complete the contract fl
the Commissioners, the s;iid ciW
shall he forfeited to the Con*
sioners as liquidated damages forsto
refusal or failure, and all '"���',
rights acquired by the acceptance!
the tender shall he forfeited.
The rhet|iie deposited bj I "''
whose tenders Is accepted will l��*
posited to tlie credit of the R����J
General of Canada, as sfemi:> I ���'���
due and faithful performance of ���*
contract according tn Its terma
The   cheques   deposited   by panfl
I whose tenders are rejected ��'" ���
turned within ten days
lng of (lie contract.
The right  is reserve
or all tenders.
By order.
alter the IIP
,d to reject s��
P
B  RYAN,
Seen
Transcotw
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. ,1. F. Hoyd. of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. H��� S. W. corner, planted at tbe
S. W. corner of Section 24, In Township 16, Municipality of Sumas. New
Westminster District; thence north RO
chains: thence east R0 chains; thence
south .0 chains; I hence west 80
chains to point of commencement and
containing 040 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C.. this 0tli
day of June, A.D., 1. 10.
J.   F.   BOYD.
The Commissioners of the
nentai Railway.
Date I at Ottawa. July 8, '!''"       ,
Newspapers Inserting this ���l,lw',l*il
ment  without authority from V*ta��  \
missioners will not l��' paid fori!
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thai tlu PL
nershlp heretofore existing '"'' I
the undersigned, carrying on I"1SV, i
as printers at Vancouver and J|
Westminster, 11. C, under tlie v��Jt
of Jackson & Morrison, was ����J
fourth day of October, 1909, *0*>u'
by mutual consent. ,.���
FREDERICK .I/W^'
WM. G. MORRISON.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST.
PHONE   R527
J
Tenders for Steel P'f'e'     ,���,
Tenders   wlll   be   received   o.l
undersigned up to ,r> p. t"- "r ', }l(l
1, 1010, for tbe supply of 1J'    |0I
of 13-lnch diameter and 1 -��"    g|ft|
! 12-lnch     diameter     lapwehh'tt   *](
Pipe and for 13-lnch diameter
I Joints. .|cl)|��i
I     Specifications   and   full   P�� , ml-
can be obtained  from tlie City'
neer, J. W. B, Blackmail. CityJ" ^.
\    The lowest or uny tender n'
ieBsnrlly accepted. ^,,,ri{,
| W. A. DUNCAN. CUV c���" ,���|f
|    Cltv   Hall,   New   WestniH>sle"
6, 1910.
'i
>.-���_ rHURSDAY. JULY 21, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Istiict of New Westminster.
Westminster Land District.
10tlce thai l. H- A. Tretheway,
r(j   B.C.,   lumberman,   In
' to the Chief Commis-
,1   hinds  at   Victoria,  B.C.,  lor
'   "        -'  ' pe-
de
tsfor
apply
,,, prospact for coal and
i(  on  Qnd   in   the   following
I     'nlldB:   1 I I   mA      I,
ocinglat  a  post   marked   i:.
\ vv. Corner, planted at the
p0'rner of Section 29, In Town-
it Municipality of Sumas, New
l'n8ter District;   tlience east  80
tlience south HO cliains; thenci;
jjO   cliains;      thence     north    Ho
to point of commencement and
lining 640 acres.
,r\ at   Ahbotsford,   B.C., this Oth
.lune,  A.D.,   1910,
lt. A
TRETHEWAY.
ict of New Westminster.
r
Westminster Land District.
notice that I, Alexander John-
,,f Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman
- |0 apply to the chief Commis-
,��� of Lands al Victoria, HV., fo"
,nBe to prospect for coal and pe
,,',, nn and in the following de-
,]  lauds:
tnmenclng at a post marked A. J���
,,,,. r, planted at the N. E. cor-
!     Section   30,   in   Township   1.9
rlpallty of Sumas, New Westmln
District; thence south RO chains;
.,    west   80 chains;   thence  north
Ins:   thence  east   SO  chains   to
,f commencement and contain-j
��� acres,
ted at Ahbotsford.  B.C., this 9th I
lune.  AD,   1010.
ALEXANDER  JOHNSTON.    I
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. J. A. McGowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, Intend to apply tO the Chief Commissioner of Lands ai Victoria, B.C , tor
a license to prospecl for coal and petroleum on and In the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. McC , S. VV, coiner, plained al the
S. W. corner of Section 33, in TownBhlp 19, Municipality Of Sumas. New
Westminster District; thence north
so chains; thence east 80 chains;
tlience  south   So  cliains:   tlience   west
80 chains to point of commencement
and  containing   640  acres,,
Dated ai Abbotsford, iff., this 9th
day of .Juno,  A.D.,  1910.
.1. A. McGOWAN.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
DIVING fOR PEARLS AT FRUIT INDUSTRY
DEPTH OF 250 FEET
Romarce of Little-Known
Industry Carried on in the
South Pacific.
Capital   Paid
Reserves    . .
Up    $5,000,000
 $5,900,000
The Hank has Brunches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout ihe island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
ami  London,  England,
Correspondents in all parts
of tlie Globe, thus affording
(���very  Banking facility.
L.
M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
ON ROCKY SIOPE
NOTICE.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Fertile Lands of Sunset Province Described by B. C.
Official in Winnipeg.
\Som*thing Unique Is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
cin:
4k
'*_
g
For
Cake
m
m
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADB OHLT BT
I
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR  AND FEED  MERCHANTS
)
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone $33,
J
Staying in Lundo,i at the present
moment is one of the greatest authorities on pearls In the world, .lames
Claris, oi Queensland, Australia, a
member of the well-Known Arm carrying on the extensive pearl shell lisping on the Queensland coast, ln the
course of an Interesting interview Mr.
Clark gave some Insight Into the romance of this little known industry.
He remarked that the principal pearl
shell    lisheries   were   carried    on     at
[Thursday island, Queensland, near
Broome, West Australia, the Aroe islands, in tin. Dutch possessions, and
the Malay Archipelago.
"The divers employed," lie said,
"are Japanese, the crews of the boats
being Malays, The Japanese make
excellent   divers;   they   are  (earless,
and   have  the advantage  of  being  accustomed   all   their   life  to  the  sea.
: They are paid  by  results, an average
amount earned (or the season extending  over eight   months  being   E1B0.
This does not, of course, include what
.they make by stealing, which is more
than  half  the  total  amount   of  pearls
recovered.    We   employ    about   8ou
men   In  our  company,  and  with  only
twelve white men overseeing them all
it would be Impossible to institute any
system  of  search.    If a man attempted to do this lie would be killed. The
money they make In this way, much
i more   than   they   could  ever  earn   in
j their own country, reconciles them to
the risks of the life they run, and so
I suppose we ought not to complain.
Tbey open  the shells by the application of beat or exposure to tlie sun,
and then extract any pearls that may
be there.    Of course, as soon as practicable   we  send   the   collecting   boat
along,  and   take  away  all  the  shells,
but   not   before   many  of  them   have
been opened.   On Thursday Island the
divers descend to the record depth of
forty-two   fathoms,   the    usual    depth
being twenty-eight to thirty.    At this
depth tbey can walk quite easily along
tbe bottom of the sea, picking up tlie
mother of pearl shells as they  walk,
ilhe  divers  remain  at  the  bottom  of
the water about four minutes, but Iti
takes an hour to lower them and haul
them up, frequently intervals for rest j
having   to   be   allowed   so   that   thei
change ln tlie pressure shall be grad-
uated.    if a diver were to be hauled
up quickly he would be killed, and 1
might point out that the British  Admiralty   have  recently   been   conduct-
ling experiments with divers and have
found  out, in  common  with  us, that
to avoid risk of death these frequent
j intervals  for  rest  at   different   levels i
must be allowed. The divers make two I
I descents a day.    Pearl  shell  is today |
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading
Co.
LUMEBR
TURNED
Manufacturers and Dealers In  All Kinds of
LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing"Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Bo*  13?
New Westminster to New Westminster
VU .     . mmLJS*.   ���
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
"ii  Saturday for Steveston and way points
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at  B,  C  E.  R. ticket ofllce and on hoard steamer.   Elec-
liic cars leave Steveston every hour  ton tlie half-hour)  for Vancou-
I
See the Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons,  .1.
worth .L180 a ton, and the best season we ever had was when we collected 800 tons. There were no formes, however, to be made out of pearl
shell fishing, owing to the way in
which prices have been cut.
"Tlie shell is sent to London to be
sold by auction, and until a lew years
ago no reserve was placed upon it, and
the  public  paid   what  they  liked.     In
many   cases,   the  price   obtained   did
noi leave a sufficient margin of profit
to pay expenses of those engaged in
tlie trade, and many men failed as a
result.    More people have gone under I
in  respect  to  the  pearl  shell  fishing
than anything else, but now there is a I
combination of interests to secure that
a fair price shall be paid for the shell, j
If not, the pearl fishing will stop, and I
the  public  will   have  to  do   without
mother-of-pearl,   which   Is  so   largely
used for buttons.
"Take this instance of how prices
are controlled. In March, 1905, for
no reason whatever, the price of pearl
shell fell ��50 a ton���an abnormal
drop considering the small margin of
profit that even the normal prize allowed. In November it went back to
tho old price. Now, where did ttis
sense of this enormous fluctuation
come in? The proportion of pearls
we do find are the finest in tlie world.
The Queensland shell is the best in
the world, and as like produces like,
so it stands to sense that the pearls
found in the Queensland shells must
he the best. We And them varying in
size, from a pin's head to a walnut.
Tbe price of them all depends on the
quality���on the shape and the lustre.
You can have pearls from ��',i an
ounce to ��46,000 an ounce, and even
higher than that���it is all a matter of
quality. This reminds me that since
1 have been in London I have heard
of the sale of a pearl for ��24.000 to a
well-known   American   millionaire.     1
Winnipeg, July 20.���"The fruit in-
dustry of British Columbia," states E.
Bullock-Webster, of the department, of
agriculture of that province, who is in
charge of an exhibit al the fair, "is
developing by leaps and bounds. Tbe
demand is far in excess of the present
supply. Wherever the fruit, has been
exhibited whether in Canada, the United Stales or iii Britain, It has never
been beaten, and in many cases gold
medals have heen awarded in competition with llie otber fruit districts ui
the Dominion. It Is estimated thai
there will be between sun and 1,000
ear loads of fruit shipped by tbe C, N.
It. from tbe Kootenay valley during
ibis coining season, and preparations
aro being made by thai company to
handle the fruit as nearly direct from
the orchards as possible. This result
is given by means of numerous docks
In Okanagan Lake in car barges, by
which mode tlie fruit will be loaded
| direct to the cars and transferred to
the railway at Kootenays Landing.
"In the Kootenays and settlement of
tlie   fruit   valleys   is   advancing   very
rapidly.    Large tracts of land are being cleared  of timber  in a  wholesale
scale, and  this  land  is  being  rapidly
transferred Into thriving orchards. On
the whole,  tbe fruit industry  of  British   Columbia,   at    present   In   its   infancy, must be considered to be of the
greatest promise.    Where tlie proper
methods  have  been  followed,  in  suitable districts, that  industry  must he
regarded  as an   unqualified   success.
There are, of course, some districts of
| the province which are better adapted
to fruit growing than are other parts.
"Among  the other  undeveloped  industries of the province of British Columbia is the timber industry. This is
now receiving a great deal  of attention   and   representatives   of several
large  firms are  In the  province   endeavoring to secure large contracts of
merchantable  timber.    The  deep sea
fishing  industry  is  another  of  these
I undeveloyed  industries,  although  the
supply is practically   unlimited.     The |
| gold mines of the  province are only
! worked in the southern districts, and
the possibilities of development in this
direction are vast.   Iron ore which up
to now  has been  disregarded,  is beginning  to  be  developed  on  a  large
scale and the metals throughout the
province such as copper, gold and silver, wliich had such a severe setback
from   Improper   methods   used   some
years ago, shows signs of again  being worked.
"Many of the people of the province
are old country people and retired Canadian farmers and business and professional men, who have settled down
there, many of them deriving an income from fruit growing. Work in
tlie orchards affords employment to a
large number of people.
Asiatic   Question.
"Tlie  Asiatic  question,    which    became so acute a few years ago, has
1 now subsided.   There is a poll tax of
I $500 per head on Chinese immigrants.
j There is a number of Hindus in the
: province who are chiefly laborers confined to working in the saw mills and
1 other forms of unskilled labor.    They
are  adapted   to   this   work,   although
| slow, and  not  able  to  compete  with
| white labor.    There is a large population of Japanese.   Many of them are
well   educated,   intelligent   men,   who
go in  for business of  various  kinds,
including stores,  salmon  fishing, rice
mills and  the herring  fishing of the
Pacific  coast.    They   make  excellent
fishermen.      They    keep    themselves
very much in colonies.
Will Compete Elsewhere.
"This British Columbia exhibit will
go to Brandon, Regina, Medicine Hat,
Edmonton, Toronto and London, Ont.
Two car loads will be sent to England
and will be exhibited a various places,
winding up at the Royal Horticultural
Show at London, where the department of agriculture hope to take allot her medal as they have been successful in doing for several years past.
This show is open to all the colonies
of the Empire, and it is the largest of
its kind held in Britain."
IN THE  MATTER  of  the Companies
Act,   1910,
AND
i IN   THE]   MATTER  of  Hale   Bros.  &
Kennedv, Limited:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Limited, will one montli after
tbe THi day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy!
Bros., Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7,  1910,
n.   S.   KENNEDY,
Secy. Hale Bros, ti Kennedy, Ltd.
JOARD OE TRADE���NEW WEST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets in ma
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
GOOD
TIME
to take up a good subdivision proposition is
right now. By the time
you are in shape to put
it on the market, realty
will be active again.
We have 160 acres in
Coquitlam that we can
sell at $90 on good
terms. Subdivided into
5 acre, blocks this will
readily sell for $200 to
$250. Small blocks in
this vicinity have already been sold at as
high a figure as $300
per acre.
Think it over and talk to
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone  71 .    .'
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgut loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. OM
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone  L 015.
LABOR AGENTS.
| COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), 02 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write If unable to  visit  us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARK1S-
t-ers and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    4    TYPFWRITINO.
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FORTY-NINER TRAVELS
FIRST OREGON TRAIL
Railway Time Tables
B- C
E. h. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 aud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:S0 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 9.m.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting;   copy    work,   business
letters, etc.    Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
,
REAL ESTATE.
| WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance Agents���
|    City,  farm  and suourb.tt property,
6.8 nnd 746 Columbia St.      .    _ \
TAIU0R5,
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAi-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 4(1 Lorne street.
Phone R SOS.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Greeley, Colo., July 2ft.���Ezra Meeker, one of the few surviving forty-
niners, and who attracted attention by
driving an ox team across the country
to New York last year, is here in the
interest of the movement to have th?
old Oregon trail appropriately marked
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   8
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouv >r at 7 a.m. and
every hour until Hi p.m.
On  Sundays cars leave Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.   Stewart, Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
DYERS  AND  CLEANERS.
ROYALT'crry'Tiii^
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust ls removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
FISH   AND  GAME.
B E N S O N^&^AYLING^FIShT F R U IT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE~FUKN1TUKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
Great  Northern Railway,
N. W.  11  a.m.;   ar,
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-.EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
have not seen this pearl, but
imagine it at this price to be the size
of a walnut and one of the finest in
existence. Tho best-shaped pearls are
round or pear-shaped. 1'earls gain in
value if they can be perfectly
matched.
"Then first-class lustre pearls, perfectly matched in color and size, are
worth many times more than the
total value of the ten reckoned as
units. That Is why a necklace of perfectly matched pearls is so tremendously costly. Pearl fishing is attractive because of Its possibilities. It Is
very nice to discover ln one of your
shells a ��2,000 pearl, and it compensates for many dissappolntments.
Judgment is a great factor in the
pearl business. A man can learn the
diamond trade if he Is sharp in six
months, but lie can be In tlie pearl
trade all his life and still be able to
learn. It is very fascinating. The
oyster is not uninteresting to study,
and even the edibile kind I should say
Is not without a certain amount of intelligence. If you touch him he imme-
idlately shuts bis shell, and if a para-
i site such as a worm enters his shell
' he promptly commences to isolate
him, and to remove the sense of ir-
I'should|with   monuments.     An   appropriation!
for the purpose is now pending in congress.
Mr. Meeker is traversing the old
trail which began at Kansas City and
ended at Tacoma. He is eighty years
old.
W. 4:30 p.m.;
W. 12:27 a.m.
pearl-like substance. The Japanese
take advantage of this habit of the
oyster to insert small pellets into the
shell, which are covered with a thin
skin of pearl the Japanese sell for
cheap jewelry, pricing them from a
few shillings to a few pounds each
Lv
.m.
Lv. N.
p.m.
Lv. N. ^^^^^^
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:4C
lllm
ar. Seattle
ar. N. W. 2:55
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWA1TE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr Slock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in flr and oak.
ar. N. W. 9:30
; ar. N.W. 6:20
: ar. N.W. 6:29
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., hank, ot&Ce and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs aud estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and cur line. P. O. box 251, Pbone
473.
have seen some of these pellets since
I have been in London.
"Diving for pearl shell is a very
healthy pursuit���that is my twenty-
nine years' experience. 1 have divers
who have been in my employment for
sixteen years and are quite all right.
On an average we do not lose more
than two of these divers a year. Of
course, there ts just that element of
risk. They die chiefly from paralysis���a condition set up by deep diving. Our best market for pearls and
pearl shell is the Eng'ish. It would
not pay us to risk sending to the American    market    on    account    of   the
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, ex
11 cept Sunday, from water front freight
ri
tat ion by
coating him over with his   heavy import duty.
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
Port Gulchon 0:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Guichon 7:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday, arrives at. New
Westminster bridge passenger station
9:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas f>:00 a.m.. arrives
bridge passenger station 9:20 a.m.,
water front freight, shed 9:30 a.m.,
daily except  Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., biidge
passenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
PAPER   HANGING ��. DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER. KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and. Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, pap<?r
hanging and decorating. Sixtli
street. New Westminster.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street. New West
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macntnery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu'lrtlng
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster. f>AGB EMBt.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY21
1'
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| Refrigerators
We have the -BEST"
Its all that it's name
implies. Hot weather
without a "Best" refrigerator means loss |
of money to you. -
! City News I
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Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Seasonable
THERMOS   BOTTLES���Pts..  Qts.
WATER   WINGS���50c.
BATHING  CAPS���25c up.
LIME JUICE���25c;   .1.50 gal.
LEMON POWDER���25c.
SUNBURN LOTION'S���25c.
FOOT  POWDER���25c.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,
Residence,  72.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
7-1;-
City
Homes
5-roomed house on Eighth avenue. All conveniences. Price
only $1,500. % cash. Balance
to arrange,
7-roomed house. Sapperton. for
quick sale. Price only $1,550.
Good  terms.    Enquire.
A select list of city residences
from $2,000 to $8,000.
National
Finance
Co., Ltd.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
In-
GENERALS   AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast   Fire
sur. nee Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Permanent   Loan
and Savi igs Co.
There wlll be a meeting of the
board  of trade this evening.
Mayor John  A.  Lee paid a visit to
; His summer home at Crescent yesterday.
The   Central   Methodist   Church  of
: Vancouver yesterday held a picnic at
Queens park here.
Call   on   W.   E.   Fales   for   prompt
delivery  on   parlor,   bedroom,   kitchen
] or any  house furnishings. **
Mrs. J, II. Sharpe and family left
yesterday to spend about a month at
their summer home on Houndary bay.
For camp sites at White Rock, see
. White, Shiles  ti  Co. *���
The Women's Missionary Society
of the Sapperton Methodist church
will hold an ice cream social this
afternoon and evening in Princess
hall. I
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
Stephen Emptage, an employee of
| Belyea   li  Co.,   has  been   missing  for
i about a week.    The assistance of the ,
| city police has been enlisted to ascer- j
tain  tlie whereabouts of the  missing
man.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is i
served  there. **!
Joseph Dorgan, who has been ad ver-1
tisement writer for  W. J.  Kerr. Ltd.,:
for the past few months, has severed
! his   connections   with   that   firm   audi
I will  probably  return  to  the  staff of
the Portland chamber of commerce.
' i
For   Geraniums,   Dahlias   and   all \
, kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
1 Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. ���*    I
Notice has been given by Sanitary I
Inspector Pearce that all persons llv-1
I lng on streets served by a city sewer ]
i must connect tlieir premises with the
sewer   at   once.     Failure   to   do   this!
will result in prosecution.
i
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Fur-
niture. **  !
A number of small bush fires are
reported close to this city, hut these
! are not considered dangerous at tlie
| present time. In Surrey and Delta
! numerous small outbreaks have ne-
1 cessitated attention this week.
White Rock has the best beach, train
\ service and water supply of any sum-
1 mer resort or camp spot In British
| Columbia. See White, Shiles & Co.
tor prices and terms for lots and
j acreage. **
Loaded with about two million feet
j of lumber, destined for South Africa,
ithe sailing ship Marlechen will leave
j Fraser   Mills   some   time   today   and
proceed down river under tlie charge
: of Pilot Captain Wooster. The Marie-
; chen will draw 22 feet tl inches of
' water while proceeding down river.
| When    fully    loaded   the   boat   draws
twelve inches more.
The quarterly rally of the Union
of Christian Endeavorers will be held
on Monday evening in Sixtli Avenue
Methodist Church, when Rev. Mr. Gifford, vice president of Columbian college, wlll address the members. The
meeting will start at eight o'clock.
Profitable Pitt Meadows ranch close
to C. P. R. and very close to river.
Improved, with six-room house, barn,
fencing. All of land fn crop, pasture
and orchard. For sale at $200 per
acre. Here is a chance to step right
into profit. W. J. Kerr, 614 Columbia
street. **
It I' reported at the crown timber
office that tlie tire at Lake Buntzen
and the one at Harrison lake are
both under control, although they are
still burning. There were some saw-
logs destroyed at the Harrison lake
fire but the department has had no
report on the amount of damage done.
The moonlight excursion to Ladner
given by the city band last evening
was attended by large crowds and
was a marked success. Tlie Paystreak,
bearing tbe excursionists, left the B.C.
E.R. wharf at half past seven and
returned about eleven o'clock. The
event was so successful that Bandmaster Riishton has announced that
the hand will give another excursion
in  about three  weeks.
The Sapperton and West End Intermediate lacrosse teams will meet tonight in a regular scheduled match
at Queens park. Some of the play.
ers on both teams are out of town
on tlieir holidays at present and some
oi the spare men will be given a
chance to distinguish themselves, The
Sappertonians are pretty low in the
league but they have hopes and they
are going to try them out on the West
Enders tonight. The game is called
for  0:30 p.  m.
Provincial Constable Hutchinson
was at Port Moody yesterday investigating a Hindu assault case. Hindu
No. 73, name unknown, employed at
one of the lumber mills there, lilt a
white man on tlie head with a two-by- j
four and then left liis home. When
Constable Hutchinson arrived on the
scene the man wanted had departed:
in fact, it developed that he had gone
j even before the police had been notified that there was anything wrong.
No trace of him could be found. The
man struck was noi very seriously
hurt.
Fraternal Order Of Lagles
The members of New Westminster
Aerie No. 20 are requested to assemble at the B. C. Electric tram station
at 7:15 o'clock Thursday evening, July
21. for the purpose of accompanying
Fred J. Lynch on his official visit to
Vancouver Aerie No. 0. Returning,
will leave Vancouver at 12 o'clock.
B. ROBB. W. President.
H. SCHOFIELD,  Secretary.
���THE-
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA
Head Office   -   Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
ESTABLISHED  1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
ALWAYS:
A  nice  line  of
TOILET   WATERS,   VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET  SOAPS,  ETC.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
New Westminster Branch,
H. C. Adams, Mgr.
0
T. A. MUIR X CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
���
���
���
Some Special Snaps
''"    THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
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.
- - Our Big - -
Alteration Sale
Will continue until the end of July. Now that we are crowded into
such small quarters we appreciate the value of plenty of room. Our customers
and ourselves suiter pn account of the crowded conditions. Ouj endeavors
will be to make shopping as convenient as possible while alterations are in
progress. Meanwhile we continue our stock reducing sale. Every day sees
some new bargains on the table.
HOUSE DRESSES and
SHIRT WAIST SUITS
$2.50   Each.
Regular $3.00 to  .3.7f>.    When   we  Bay   housedresses,   we   mean
dark-colored,    two-piece    dres.es   of   materials   sure   to   wear   and
wash well, making them most desirable foi-  morning   wear.    In   this
lot are all sizes from 34 to -tn.   On  Sale, each    $2.50
WOMEN'S WHITE
CAMBRIC UNDERSKIRTS
$1.00   Each.
Regular   values   $1 .Ho   to   $1 50.    Odd lines with  only a couple of
a style skirts;  are all full In s re. nothing skrlmpy or Inferior about
them.    A Jew  are   slightly   soiled and  mussed.    We clear the lot  at.
each     ...-'    $1.00
WHITE CAMBRIC DRAWERS
35c per Pair.
Another odd  lot  of several  styles  white cambric and cotton  materials.    On Sale, per pair   ....._    35c
Tine Knitted
Undervests
NEW BLACK SILK WAISTS
$4.50   Each. I
We place on sale today, 18 only, black silk  waists,  made of fine
soft chiffon taffeta.   They are made with fine tucks down front, yoke
portions cut and made in new and attractive styles.    Sizes are .'14  tn
42.    All  new  waists in  Tuesday morning.    On   Sale, each    $4.50
NEW NET WAISTS
Here again new styles are being displayed.   Only a small number
lias   arrived���the   advance   shipment of fall  waists.    Shown in cream
and  ecru.    All  sizes.
25c Each.
Watson's fine knitted w.
dervests in good full sizes,
nicely trimmed wltb Torriiou
lace. Regular \ ni iea 30 a. J
Hoc.    Sale Price, eai h .. 25e
One Lot Undervests, 20c Ea.
Regular   values  25c
One Lot Undervests, 15c Ea,
Regular values 20i each,
1   Lot  Undervests. 2 for 25c,
Regular \ aluea 15c
1    Lot   Undervests,   10c  Ea.
Regular values 12 .5  ind 15
All lines of cotton underwear are on sale a: Sale
Prices. We handle Wataon'i
underwear (In all grades)-
a  sure guarantee "i q lalltj
Women's
Knitted Cotton
Combinations
85c   Each.
Watson's  fine cotton combinations,   sizes   34   and 36
only.   Regulai price le I I
so few remain tha' we ��� tal
clear   them   out.     On   Sit
(ach      85:
'. S. COLLISTER & CO.
RELIGIOUS LIBERALS
GATHERING AT BERLIN
Fifth World's Congress, Meeting August 6, Will See Delegates Attending From  Afar.
Rerlln, July 20.���One of the greatest
religious gatherings ever held in Germany will be the fifth world's congress
of iiligious liberals, which will convene ln this city August ��! and continue lis sessions for four da;'B. Delegates representing almost every
known religious denomination anil
hailing from every civilized country
on the globe, wdll be present, and the
speakers wdll Include the most prominent religious educators and pulpit
orators In the world.
The attendance wlll reach far Into
the thousands, and so many different
nationalities will be represented that
three languages���German, French and
English���have been adopted as the official languages of the congress, in
order to facilitate a wider understanding of the papers read by the delegates.
The American delegation Is especially large, having occupied the entire cabin space of the Devonian, of
the Leyland line, which sailed from
Boston July 111. Tho members will
visit both England and Holland before they reach Germany. Among
prominent Americans who wdll attend
the congress are: Prof. Francis G.
Peabody, of Harvard University; Dr.
David Starr Jordan, of the University
RELIGION  DANGEROUS
FOR TOO SMALL  MINDS
Denver, July 20.���"Religion is a big
thing to the human race, hut it may
be dangerous; there is nothing unite
so dangerous as a big idea in a little
mind." Dr. G. Stanley Hall, president
of Clark university, said In an address
here last night. Dr. Hall also advocated tne encouragement of tist tights
between children as a means of developing their courage and spirit. He
approve.1 of the Roman Catholic confessional as a most effective cure of
sin and a mental nerve tonic.
If a man with a small soul Is fully
possessed of religion something dreadful ls liable to happen. Dr. Hall said.
The speaker said that keeping children Ignorant of many of the essential points of the problems of life was
little short of criminal. Ile also sharply criticised muckrakers and expressed
the belief that more reforms could be
accomplished without the blare of
trumpets.
AFTER   TWENTY  EIGHT YEAflil
Old Sailor at Ottawa Righted Throtfllj
Exertions of  Lord Charles-
I    Ottawa. July  20.���After a lap��l
twenty-eight   years   and   tlirough %
j personal   Influence   of   Lord ObaW
Beresford, Thomas ('. Payne, 318M
'������ nyside  avenue,  Ottawa South, 1*1
day  received  his  first  Egyptlon 4j
palgn  medal and the star "i thel
/live of  Egypt    He was a *l'l""a'j
| board the Condor, Lord t'liiirk-^ ����*���
.ford's  ship,  during  the bombarding
of  Alexandria. L_
i     Mr. Payne made a personal MJJ
i his   old   commanding   offlcer i*<"
: Lord Charles' visit  to   Canada
year, and was cordially recelved.*|
Honing casually  that  he had notj
celved  his medals for the 1882 �����
palgn,  Mr,  Payne was agreeably ���
prised when the admiral assureat
that he would make it a personal "J
ter   and    see   that   he obtained
recognition for his services.
Samuel   A.   Eliot,
Rev.   Charles   W.
Rabbi   Kmil   G.
***************************************a********aaaa
&t_
of California;   Rev.
D.   D.,   of   Boston;
Wendt,  of   Boston;	
Hirsch, of Chicago.
Although the organization ls but ten
years old, its growth bus been nothing short of phenomenal. It had its
inception In Boston ten years ago,
having.been originated by the Rev. S.
A. Ellott, president or the American
Unltmtan association, which was cele-
biating its sevi/iit}-. rt:i annlvsary in
FIGHT PICTURES  UP
TO  GOTHAM   SOLONS
New York, July 20.���Mayor Gaynor
put the (|uestion of the exhibition of
the Johnson-Jeffries tight pictures
Bquarely up to the aldermen today.
ln a message to the aldermanle board,
he declared that there was no law to
prevent the showing of the pictures
here.
He points out that aldermen have
the power under the charter, however,
to make it a penal offense to exhibit
such pictures, and leaves the whole
question with them. The mayor's
message was referred to a committee,
where It wdll slumber until the next
meeting of the board in September.
LIVING COST CATCHES
GERMAN WAGE-EARN'
the "Hub" City at that time, and lt
now represents sixteen different nationalities and over thirty districts
church fellowships.
The purpose of the congress Is declared to be "to open communication
With those ln all lands who are striving to unite pure religion and perfect
liberty and to inciease fellowship and
co-operate among them."
Washington, July 20.���An an""81 {
licit of ,!��.!I8 in the cost of I'���j3
families of wage-earners and sala
persons in Germany vras reveaWl
an Investigation by the tmperiB .
istical officials of the country, ��" i
lng to a report in the possessW^(
the department of commerce
labor. .,
The Inquiry was made In uerJ
in 1907 nnd  1008, eighty-five i'"1^.
being included in  the canvass���    1
average incomes of those fain11"'* f,,l
.521.72, while the average annua'
penditure was $5:11.70. .���v]-,M
Of the averaged expenditure J- "A
or 45.5 per cent, was for |00',. |
drink; $115.50, or eighteen per C*��jj^
rent and maintenance of d��'e ;r,L
12.6 per cent for clothing, ll1 "
etc.; 4.1 per cent for heaUM^
lighting, and 10.8 per cent for
laneous purposes.
B. C. Shares in London.    (
Lon (ion,   July  20.���The  &}%.*
lunjbia   Mines.   Land   ana  "
Finance company Is ussing
shares.
100.000

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