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WHITE, SHILES &    j.
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WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER  IS
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY   MORNING,   JULY   1,   1910.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
HEALTHY BUSINESS
SHOWN BY RETURNS
.$   Although June is Generally
Poor Month, Government
|       Figures Are Big this Year
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TKAM SERVICE TO LANGLEY
WILL START THIS MORNING
RAIN REJOICES
HEARTS Of FARMERS
The statistics of the various gov.
(���inn.ent agencies In the city for the
month of .June indicate the healtiij'
lone of lhe husiness of the country.
Althougb Borne of the returns show u
slight decrease from those of last
month, they are Still much higher than
for the corresponding month last year.
June is generally considered one ol
the off months as the farmers are too
busy with their spring work to transact much husiness and the absence
of the agriculturalists always has au
appreciable effect.
The I"1"1 registry returns show that
approximately .4,200 was taken in
during the month, This is slightly
below the figures for May, hut is far
ahead of June last year, and Is considered remarkably good for this time
of  the   year.
The following are the customs returns  for  the  month:
Port���1910, $11,877.51; 1909, $in,.
134.99;   increase, $1,742.52.
Outports���1910, $8,087.2(1; 190$,
t'i.471.(14;   Increase,   .2,(115.(15.
Total���HUH, $19,964.80; 1909, $15,-
606.63; increase, $4,358.17.
In the crown timber offie^ there was
taken ln $16,963.70 during June. This
is only about half as much as was
taken in during May, but that is
accounted for by the fact that April
and May are the months in which the
ground rentals of the timber leases
come due and the receipts are conse
quently much higher. June's receipts
are made up of stumpage dues and
rniscailaneoiis lees, and indicates remarkable activity in the lumbering
industry.
Next month it is expected that the
receipts at this office will not be
nearly so large, as the new ofiice at
Revelstoke will be in operation and
will take a large proportion of the
business.
First   Regular   Passengers  Over  Completed  Portion of Chilliwack  Line
Will  Travel  Today.
Today will mark a new era in the
development of lhe country on the
south side of the river, for this morning the !!. C. E, It. will run Its first
passenger train over its Chilliwack
line as far as Langley, and ln a few
months it is expected thai the Bervice
will be sllll further extended.
For the past month the company
has been operating a milk train between Langley and New Westminster,
and has done a rushing business. On
May 24 a passenger excursion was
run, but today the first regular service will be Inaugurated.
The train will leave Langley in the
morning and wlll return In the evening, giving the residents of Surrey
the opportunity of spending the day
in  N'ew  Wesl minster.
Manager Allan Purvis, of the Chilliwack lino, was over the route yesterday and made all arrangements for
the starting of the service today.
Wheat Greatly Benefitted by
Precipitation���Heat Wave
is Apparently Over.
EIRE BREAKS OUT
ON PASSENGER BOAT
ALL RECORDS ECLIPSED IN
PROVINCIAL TAX RECEIPTS
Over
$8,000   Taken   in   on   Last
Allowed for Cash
Discount.
Day
EXPERT TO   INVESTIGATE
RINDERPEST IN ORIENT
Oakland, June 30.���Dr. William
Hovnton. formerlv n student at the
Cniversity of California, star fullback
on lhe university football eleven,
haves todav on the . tesinisMn Siberia
for the Philippines where he will remain for two veais to make a scientific'
study of rinderpest and otber animal
diseases which from time Immemorial
have been the scourage of cattle in
the islands. The study will be made
with the hope of discovering a remedy
for the pests. The work will be under
the combined agencies of the war and
agricultural  departments.
Boynton was a member of tho class
of 'Of. at Berkeley and left in 1005 to
enter the veterinary department at
Cornell. He held an Inatructorshlp in
Cornell for two years and was appointed New Vork stale pathologist in
charge of all diagnostic work on rabies and different animal diseases.
LAUNCH LASHED BY STORM.
Winnipeg, June 20.���Crops in one
or two districts bave been slightly
singed by the hot spell, but taking
it ail around, it is declared by those
in a posit ion to know, thai there Is
nothing to cans,' any uneasiness. Last
nights Bhowera proved a fine tonic to
Hi' the fears from the minds of the
farmers.
Early today the three railway companies sent out queries regarding the
downpour all over the west, and the
answers are favorable. From what
has been received by the C. P, K..
theie was rain lasl night nortli oi'
Calgary and all brandies thereabout^,
while heavy showers drenched the
country in the Outlook and Portal section   of  Saskatchewan.
In Manitoba there is also cause to
be grateful, for there were heavy rains
everywhere excepting on the main
line east of Brandon. Very heavy
showers are reported from the north.
and the temperature of North Battleford today is only fifty-eight degrees.
Farmers around Edmonton are in a
state of high glee, many showers 'laving made the necessary saturation to
soil during the past couple days.
There is no return of the great
heat in the north country around Edmonton, today's barometer showing a
record of only fifty-five degrees. Rain
has fallen at all points along the main
line in Alberta.
Around Brandon and vicinity there
is nothing to complain of, terrific
showers falling all night.
The Grand Trunk Pacific railway
country evidently came in first for
the refreshing rain, for in the district around Melville there was an
abundance of rain on Tuesday night.
Other reports received today were of
an  encouraging nature.
People Aboard Burning Vessel Hold Dance While
Ship Races to Port.
CHANGES ANNOUNCED IN
PEOPLE'S TRUST COMPANY
W. J. Kerr Resigns From Presidency.
J. K. Burden in Charge
Pro Tem.
���
The lost daj^of tie*. ebaU fur the
tages tn  \b�� , pro*Uie\((rt *pvefcl ttjentl
Ichjjii M&F, rffittteq jn tug W
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ofclMtW        ��____-�� at       -m   -r
vibss r��^ri^ being* ertiflsecl Ay B4ai'��e
margin.
irgtn. up to "the x*l��8^,of 'taeinqjgp-
at nine o'clock last alffltt approximate-,
ly $8,500 had been taken in. This is
double any amount ever- taken in on
a single day previously.
Those who have not paid their taxes
now will not be compelled to do so
until the end of the year.
Owing to the great rush the offlce
was kept open In the nvenlngs for the
past four or five days, but not a great
many took advantage of the privilege,
most of the taxpayers doing their
business in the duy time. The proportion of taxes not yet paid has not
heen estimated and Provincial Assessor Creighton refuse! to make a guess
last night.
PICTURESQUE   SETTINGS.
Frail  Vessel  Had Terrible Experience
on Arrow Lakes.
Nelson. June 30.���On Tuesday occurred one of the worst storms on
the main lake that has been seen for
several years. Three of Nelson's motor fleet had an experience tnat win
long be remembered by them. 11. Nelson's Elk and Gelignite and the Atlanta, belonging to Hon. F. E. Gfosvenor,
were bound for Nelson, and wheij in
the vicinity, pf'. Coffee Creek ar. -
Queen's Hay the storm, which .a.-u
been brewtjjfc for tome time, devt.^-1
*d |ht�� a hlttilcaai. "">*���''.
They��* aid Qelfg&lte reatfu-ith e
H*ep ���Proctor in asfety, but tfcft At*
l&tyf^Vtirt. minutes behfod^heta.
came 'ih foF the worst of Jl, Iter %(j��
���gMfc hAfches.aese'lifted fftt poiilf
and flung in tfis air like t-afrt and
after shipping quantities of water and
having her engine-room flooded, she
eventually made the river and comparative safety.
INDIANS ARfr INVENTIVE.
AMERICAN SQUADRON
IS VISITING PLYMOUTH
Philadelphia, June 30. ���The Merchants and Miners company's steamship Grecian, wliich left this porl
yesterday afternoon for Boston with
more than 100 persons on hoard, returned here today wih a most serious
fire in the hold.
Eighty of these on hoard were passengers, mostly all from Philadelphia,
anu  iLey  were safely  landed.
Captain Briggs called the crew to
the f'ue quarters and began pumping
water Into the hoi I. Alter passing
out to sea and when he was abreast
of Cape May, the fire appeared to
gain headway, and the captain decided to return. Everybody was called
on deck and the excuse given the passengers that tlie steamer was returning because of disarranged machinery.
While all hands were on deck with
their baggage, a woman passenger
learned u e real situation, and there
was considerable excitement among
fhe passengers. Their fears were
quickly calmed, however, and they
were Induced to return to tlie saloon.
Tlieir captain suggested that they
amuse themselves. Somebody started
playing the piano and others arranged
a dance.
\\iiii the lire burning fiercely in
the hold and the ship running full
speed towards Philadelphia, tlie more
daring of the passengers danced to
the lively music of the piano.
Signals were displayed and the
Philadelphia fireboats were at the pier
when the Grecian arrived.
The passengers were calm on arrival
here anl left the burning ship without any confusion. The flames in the
hold were drowned out during the
day.
Twelve firemen were overcome by
smoke but were revived after being
brought ashore.
PARLIAMENT WILL
.
Luring the past few days there have
been considerable changes in tlie Peoples Trust company, which has its
liead otfice in this city, it had been
lhe intention of the company to take
over the business of W. J. Kerr, Ltd.,
but yesterday Mr. Kerr decided thai
he would not merge with the company, Subsequently he decided to
sever liis connection with the trust
coin;,any in order to give liis undivided attention to hi3 own husiness, and
he resigned from liis position as president.
The company has secured offices in
the Thompson block, opposite the city ! _\]c
hall, and J.  K.  Burden has been appointed managing director until a new
president is elected.
The Peoples Trust company was
formed about a year ago and has offices here and in Kamloops. . Since
the time of its forma!ion it has developed with the general progress of
the country.
Lloyd George Introduc g .he
Budget���No Deer. ���" in
Whisky Tax.
EXPENSIVE ART FOR CHURCH.
Will
Mural    Painting    Ordered That
Cost  $25,000.
New \ork, June 30.���Robert Rel.l, it
Is learned, has received a commission
of . iii.OHO for a mural painting for the
new Fifth Avenue Baptist church,
which will be built on the south side
of Forty-Sixth street, west of Fifth
avenue.
The title of Mr. Reid's mural decoration is "The Sermon on tlie Mount."
It will he a large canvas, covering
thirty by sixty-six feet, and will be
placed in the center of the church
over the baptistery screen.
li Is also learned that well known
sculptors will be commissioned to
execute scuptural decorations for the
facade of the church, coveiing an expenditure of about $20,000.
London, June 30.���In the house of
commons this afternoon Premier As-
qultb announced that the government
proposed to adjourn parliament at the
end of July, and that it would reassemble in November. July 11 and 12,
he said, would be devoted to the second reading of the Women's Enfranchisement bill.
Chancellor Lloyd George then introduced the budget. * ie had no novelties to offer in introducing the
budget of 1910-11. He look an optim-
vlew of the future, despite the
tact that he had to find the revenue
to meet an estimated expenditure of
almost .��200,000,0011, or, to be exact,
��193.930,000. The chancellor figured
a total levenuc of Cli)!i.7!H.O00, leaving a surplus of ��861.000. The chancellor was cheered when he stateii
lie Had already wiped out the deficit,
and that everything pointed to better
outlook in trade.
Tlie greatest increase In expendl-
tuie was for the navy, which was
��5,550,000, the total under this heading amounting to  ��40,000,000.
He announced there would be no
reductions in the whisky tax, despite*
the reduction in the revenue from
this source of ��1,400,000. The decreased consumption of 10.000,000 gallons of whisky, he said, conducted to
the well being of the people.
Drunkenness in Ireland and Scotland had decreased immediately to a
great extent after tlie increase of the
tax. and the chancellor said whoever
would reduce the tax would be guilty
of a crime against the state.
NATIONAL COUNCIL WILL
DISCUSS VOTES FOR WOMEN
MAN  ON   DIOGONESIAN  TOUR.
B.C.E.R. EMPLOYLES AND
COMPANY SIGN AGREEMENT
Captain   George    R.   Clark    Eulogizes
Englishmen   and   English   System
of   Colonizing.
ar|
Drama
by
Have Clever Device for Moulding Ribs
of Launches.
North Vancouver, June 30.���Yesterday Rev. Father Peytavln showed to
Mr. McDonald, the Indian agent, a
clever invention of tho reservation Indians whereby the oak ribs used in
the construction of launch and boat
keels are moulded into the required
position
Plymouth.'  Jupe   ,30��� The   officers
find  the htljilsnlpmen  of tlie  Ameri.
can sifttdral tsast, visitfog Plymeuthi
attend*^ \Mleii^��UoStywi|W^.- H.U?*1
honor V_^Wtt*Mg| Dr**. PO��<
��� 'ReBtyftig'ato t(M^b|4L "The Visiting Sqt��dnih,'�� Captlln George R.
.tJlark sisidi, 'Th$#en* edjMth growing asU)BtsWeiitma�� Mjrfreflon the
EngllshdM^fMil^M^lWaiwy''��ver
men. Wherever CngfHluncii nJ iU*>.
stand for law and-order, progress and
civilization. Order comes out of chaos
and the worst places are made glad.
Americans are proud to claim relationship with such people."
There was some comment, comparing these remarks with Roosevelt's
Guildhall speech.
CLOTHING  UNIONS OUT
FOR   NINE-HOUR
DAY
N'ew York. June 30.���Forty unions
I . the various clothing trades in
Greater   New   York     and     suburban
Meeting   in   Halifax   Has   Many   Interesting Subjects on Order Paper���
Delegates Entertained.
Halifax,-JN.
tionjU Co
S..  Ji:
e .30.���The  N"��-
Airing Grievance, With Lantern, Hei
Looks for an Honest Councilman.
Washongal. Wash., June 30.���John
Crone, who thought that he had n
grievance against the city on account
of the recent street assessments, ere
ated a sensation by going around tq
the business houses with a lighted
lantern in his hand In the middle of
the day. peering into the faces of i
those he met and saying he was look- j
ing for an honest councilman.
The laugh on the councilmen became so uproarious that they threatened him with -dire consequences un-
Wage    Schedule    Decided    Upon   for
Next   Three   Years���Everybody -^
Satisfied  With   Negotiations.
of Canada, iess he desisted.   His friends finally
^tcgo hornet <
1
Fraeti
AsslstiM in receiving .PUS
Mrs. Wipeou, of-$Ml_&ft *fy to '", v*>
Aamg. the resolution* to be adopt*
ed will be one reetemettdwi that the
ca.nlqgd .it min. ���upderspinp long
terms Of Im^rUphnaeLt be devoted to,
the support or tljeif fclves and chill
dren, arid that there be mpre'rfgorous
enforcement of the immigration regulations.
Another resolution condemns the
"treating" system.'
A resolution on the order paper is,
"That the National Council of the Women of Canada hereby places Itself
on record In favor of tbe enfranchisement of women."
CLIPPING FAD OF
THE KING OF ITALY
that
Vancouver, June 30.���Representative officers of Vancouver, New Westminster and Victoria divisions of the
Amalgamated Association of Street
Electric Railway Employees held a
final conference with officials of the
B. C. E. R. company yesterday and
formally signed the new agreement,
[covering a period of three yeacs. This
" a, effecfcjHiJjK, j*p|ry_
' *.*-'
railroads of th$ '
itmia
ranro
bow un ier Copsittefatlon. by raffi-oad
operating associations 'can be< worked
out. The question is being considered
by a committee of operating experts,
which probably will report on the subjects at the fall meeting of the railway association.
The committee ls composed of committees from the American Railway
association, the American Engineering
and Maintenance of Way association
and the Railway Signal association
i d.*!*. ^>_*s___y*v*w*rfi
\A11 nn^fcpfat .theilttrQeL^i
.re satis��e^ with *h# tefcnWatigfo .
xl\,e negt*i^tipns_ftnd are coflfffc^^JJt.
the good fwling that has <e��ste. ta.-,��*l
the  past  between ���the  cojnpany  and.      I
employees wlll continue in.the future.
According to the terms of the agreement if at its expiry conditions are
satisfactory to both parties it may be
extended for further periods of twelve
months, or until such time as it may
be deemed advisable by either party
for reopening of negotiations.
It is the opinion of many operating! ���-�����
 .. .i���a ��������� Un���uin. ������ ty,m ��,mi. 1 BIG TIMBEn DEAL
.   long enclosed wooden box several  towns began this weekthe taking of
yards In lengu. ...... """>���--���- "���-1 i._,..__  _   a������.���i   �����,   .     nine-hour
Last    Night    Patronized
Small  Crowd I     A l0"K BUUluo,��u �����w" ��������� �����.��.-.   ���   --��� ^^^^^^^^^^
������.     .... ..    " ��� ,,       vards ln length and about a foot deep a referendum vote on the question of
The White Squaw,   a very'mellow   ,    ra,BW,   f|.()m  ,he nd    to    th<J  makllg   a  demanU   for   a    nine-hour
drama In four acts, was the attracflon L, M Q, a|)0U, 8ix feet    rnderneath  working day.
at the Opera house last night and ., ,aced ,,, ga8oUne fire, the heat from According to the secretary of the
was played before a very poor house. \ wh,ch ,_ t,OIlvevod u, Ule box by Garment Workers' Trade council, lhe
Tho plot is unusual from the regular meana t ft tube toBlde Ule box are Unions represent 150,000 workers. The
run of drama of this description, be-; ^     {   ^     ( o.(k       llln,d fo|. thel taking of the referendum vote will oc
inc.  the story of a  white girl thrown |       , rfbg      d   ,    h    , ^     Uu,
by     accident     among     Indians     audi ,"",'��� '.",' ,   ,    ,     .     ,  ,      ,
,,_. _,... I wook pliable enough to be bent to al
Her sister
brought up amongst them, m.-, o.r,.-., ,. ,
happens to visit the Indian encampment and the two girls nre brought
together through the fact that they
iKith love the same man, only of
course they do not know of their relationship. Instinct happens to stop
the Indlanlzed sister when she Is
about to kill her sister and she makes
all sorts of sacrifices afterwards.
Miss Delia Clark plays the role of
Nenniata
any
....��� required angle. A large
launch is being at present constructed
by the Indians and the visitors had an
opportunity of seeing for themselves
the working of tlie novel device.
cupy a week or ten days.
IRON ORE AT CALGARY.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ experts that one position of the sema-
j phore of a block signal should mean
Rome. June 30.���The King of Italy  the same thing on every railroad in
owns  probably  the largest  collection  the  United   States to prevent  confu-
of clippings about himself and family 8lon when operating men go from one
that vain man ever gathered.    If you road j0 another.
want to please his majesty, send him|  ' 	
this paragraph. It is sure to be incorporated in his collection, neatly
pasted up in a loose-leaf scrapbook
under the appropriate heading.    Bot-
ON VANCOUVER ISLAND'
WILL   OF   THE   LATE
PROF. GOLDWIN SMITH
Five
PLANS APPROVED.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Toronto,   June   30.���The  conflicting
ter still, the King will  read It Care-' reports of the terms of the late Gold-
fullv, for Victor never leaves his duty  win   smith's   will   are  all    Incorrect,
Pounds of High-grade Iron From ! to his secretaries.    Tnelr business is  says O. Larratt Smith, solicitor to th��
Seventeen Pounds of Ore. to clip and clip, paste each Item on a estate, ln denying the reports slating
Executive   Acts     on     Application
Stave Lake  Power Company.
Victoria,  June  30.���In  the  case
Calgary, June 30
pounds of Iron ore    	
miles  of  Calgary,  ex-Alderman   Wat-
��� son, local representative of ->  Bos'
of syndicate controlling forty million dollars, secured five pounds of excellent
of | Iron   of   fine   grain     and
the white squaw, and does h propoBed extensions of the works suited fo. he uin"f'r'",en)0lintains
it in a finished manner, making the J^ > gtave _,& PoWer company, al According to Mr. Watton, mountains
most of the scenes of violent passion ��^.5. report was received from, of such dre ;��ist TrtUtifl��� ��� f > | "^
as are written in the character. BMiheer George Webster,    and    ap- this city and within twentyflvf  mile*
Joseph   Glllow   takes   the   part   <>f  pn)V1,i 0f the company's    plans    was | of the railroad
Bruce Marshall, who Is In the unique  grante(j at yesterday's executive meet-
posltion   of  being  loved  by  the  twoi1]if,
sisters unknown to each other���and | T|,0 d|sp���t(. ns to the ldylwyld sub-
makos the most of it. Miss Grace Ca-, nlvi8|on at North Vancouver, and the
hill   takes  (he   part   of   Octavia.  th*^! ,,\>plU'iitlon  of the citizens of  Prince
Rupert    for  endorsement    of    their
recent  record of 300 Inches of water
at  Woodworth,  lakei for JJ^,,^! ^ ^wT/wmpletrt with a view
SEKoSS   onfl,1SL��y    morning I to securing a suitable site
���Prom seventeen'separate sheet of paper and submit to that the amount wliich would go to
found within flftv the king, who will classify it under Cornell university would be much
"favorable," "unfavorable," "natural," smaller than at first stated. "The fact
etc. His method is certainly an im- iS|" he said, "that neither Dr. Sclnir-
provement over those of Kings and man nor myself knows what the
sundry individuals of note who keep amount wlll be. Cornell university is
only puffs. I the  residuary  legatee, utn it win  bo
  ten or twelve duys before we will he
Calgary Going Ahead. able to make any public statement of
ad mi ra bly
of BtPel. I
Victoria, June 30.���It was learned'
today that St. Louis parties have purchased 20,000 acres of timber in the-
vicinity of Port Renfrew for a cash.
consideration of over $100,000.
The deal was put through by C. C.
Mlchener, president of the Re:l Fir
Lumber company, of Nanaimo, but filenames of the clients have not been
made public. The land was owned by
an Individual and the transaction is
one of the largest ever made for cash
in the district.
It is understoo.l that a logging railway will be built from the property,
the logging of which wlll commence
shortly, to Port Sun Juan, to provide
water transportation In the event or
the Canadian Northern choosing au
inland route.
civilized sister, with a degree of
hauteur worthy of the part but a
bit overdrawn ln the emotional scenes.
The settings and costumes are picturesque and are presumably correct.
Murder Over a Woman.
Moncton, N. B., June 30.���As a result of Jealousy over his attentions
paid to a woman, James Power, twenty-three years old, was struck and
killed at the McDonald farm, six miles
from here, by Thomas Connelly, a
fireman on the Intercolonial railway.
Connelly gave himself up. The murder occurred nt a dance at which there
was a general carousal, men and women being all well supplied with
II 'i nor. .   ���
Calgary,  June  30.���Bank  clearings the value of the estate or the number i
for the month of June in Calgary show  0f the legatees." |
a gratifying increase of over sixty-live I Mr. Smith admitted that the ��s-
per cent, totaling $13,035,002. Thejtate was large and the legatees num-
same month last year showed $8,113,- erous, but would not hazard a state-
535.     Building   permits   also   show   a|nlent of tho  probable amount  wliich
n������ nf mllroad wl'l be built    direct I great Increase over irsl ���<    ���'''"'   would be left for Cornell.    He Btatedl
line ot raiiroBQ   "�� ^^ ^ Uiere mUa ))elng lgsue, during Jllne calling  that an injustice had been done by a
assurance that Calgary j for un expenuiuue oi  .uiotcu. report that Arnold Haultln, secretary
will be the Pittsburg of tlie Canadian
Negotiations    have    already
He states that within a few months
work on a steel plant and rolling
mills will be started In Calgary, a new
from the in
; is now every
Twelve Families Homeless.
Montreal, June 30.���As a result of
a fire in St. Mary street today, four
frame dwellings were destroyed and
twelve families are homeless.
1 west.
BIG LEATHER MERGER.
the executive
next.
BANKS   TO   MERGE.
Royal Bank Will Absorb Union Bank
of Halifax.
Halifax, N. S��� June 30.���Royal bank
auditors are now at work on the books
of tin- Union bank of Halifax pre-
nnrntory to the merger of tbe Royal
bank and the Union bank. On their
report will depend the basis of settlement. The Union bank has thirty-
seven branches in this province.
REBELS WIN.
Government Customs House at Pearl  of tt leather merger that will control
Lagoon Captured. seventy-five  per  cent  of  the  leather
Bluefields, Nicaragua, June 20.���The  used in the Canadian boot and shoe,
customs   house  at  Pearl  t>ag   and   trunk ^^^
to Goldwin  Smith, was   .\beneflciary
under the will for $5,000.    "There is
a legacy," he admitted, "but In addi-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ tlon Mr. Haultuln Is made literary ex-
Wlll Control 75 Per Cent of Trade and  editor for Dr. Smith.   All of his nnmu-
Have a Captial of $15,000,000.        | scripts and  copyrights revert  to  Mr.
Toronto, June 30.���The organization   Haultain,   who   will   finish   the   work
government
vuov�����.���    Pearl  tiag   and   trunk   and   harness   trades,
Lagoon was taken last night by rebels w(n be announced shortly. Its capital
under Goneral Musis. The officers | will be $15,000,000 stock, and $5,000,-
were  captured,  as  was  General   Mu- ��� ���
tuty, who wus formerly associated
with the revolutionary cause. The
fighting lusted only twenty minutes
and the total casualties were said to
lie fifty.
000 bonds of six per cent or $20,000,
000. There is to be an immediate issue of $13,500,000 stock and $4,000,000
bonds by this new concern, which is
to be known as The Canadian Leather
Co., Limited.
upon which Dr. Smith was enpnged,
ii.iu publish it together with new editions of his other works."
mrect  Nomination  Bill  Defeated.
Albany, N. Y., June 30.���The combined Influence of President Taft,
Theodore Roosevelt and Governor
Hughes failed to save the Cobb direct
nomination bill from defeat In the
ussembly today.
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Lucrosse ��� Westminster vs.
Vancouver, Recreation park,
3 p. m. Westminster Amateur Seniors vs. North Vancouver, at North Vancouver,
3 p. m.
Baseball���Maple Leafs vs. Chilliwack at Chilliwack.
Sons of Scotland picnic at
Westminster Junction.
Salvation Army picnic at Port
Haney. C. P. R. train leaves
at 9:10 a. m.
Vancouver Manx Society picnic
at Queens Park. .��iiniii\i)iiti<
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910.
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STREET     IMPROVEMENT     DEBENTURE  OR   REGISTERED  STOCK
BYLAW, 1910.
WANTED.
WANTED���YOUNG LADY OF 18
��eeks situation for light housework.
.No cooking.    Applj   i.  Dailj   News
ofiice.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone  646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
FURNISHED     HOUSE     WANTED���
Family who can give lhe best of
references and will guarantee owner agamsi a.l damage, wains lur-
nished house for a few months.
Apply hy letter tn- personally to
J. A. K.. oil Columbia street. Telephone ITo.
WANTED���LADY'S SADDLE 11ORS10
well broken and not afraid of nam
curs or autos. Apply i'. 0. Box 304,
New  Westminster,  R. C.
Fine  large  cleared
street in the city,
i..' c   Pri< e $900.
lot cn the widest
wiin a small cot-
Terms,
$90 per acre secures you 10 acres of
good fruit land two and a half miles
tram line all cleared and ready for
lhe plow;   $300 cash. 181-A
��  ^���������������^rmrmmmm���������������.
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
hind; nil cleared, with good house
and barns; 2,r,n bearing fruit trees;
on gooil road. Price $4,000. Good
erms. 172-A
same shall have first been approved
by a resolution of the Council.
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on
lhe day   of 1910,   and
may he cited as ihe "Street Improvement Debenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw, 1910."
S. This Bylaw before the final pass
lng thereof, snail receive the assenl
of ihi' electors of the said city in the
manner required by law.
^^^^^^^^^^^ .       Received the assent oi the electors
have this  year  been  expended  out   ofion
tho  general   revenue  of  the  city  for
A Bylaw to enable the Council of the
City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Cne Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00)
dollars   for   Street   Improvements.
Whereas,   certain   sums   of     money
the construction, improvement and re-
WANTED���SMART
for   general    store.
1'orl   Hammond.
YOUNG     MAX
Apply    Allison,
���EXPERIENCED WOMAN' WILL AS-
sist with housework; no washing.
Reply to A, Care P. O. Box 209.
Fort George Lands���20,000 awes���
being some of the hest land in Central Hritish Columbia, which is being sold rapidly in large and small
tracts. On very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars.
the day of
Reconsidered and
^^^^^^^ , open council the
pair of streets and Bidewalks, and lthgio.
is  expedient   thai   additional   sums be| 	
spent in like manner, amounting in
all i with ihe sums already spent) to
the sum of tine Hundred and Fifty
Thousand   ($150,000.00)  dollars;
And Whereas, it appears that if the
said sum of One Hundred and Fifty
Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, be appropriated from the general revenue
of the city  for the current year
1910.
finally   passed
day of
in
WANT!-;!)���A  WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Apply  Premier  hotel. 131dtf
WANTED���COMFORTABLE KOOM,
with breakfast. Central location.
Address  P.  (l.  Box  7115,  City.
WANTED���BOY TO LEARN PLUMB-
ing and tinsmith ing, Apply James
&. McClughan.
WANTED���10 GIRLS OR WOMEN
to work in laundry. Wages 15 to
20 cents per hour. Royal City
Laundry, Royal avenue, west of
Eighth street.   I!. Abrams, Mgr.
WANTKD���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street; 122x122 feet,
wilh small cottage. Price $3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
CITY���Third Avenue���Small house on
lot, size 51 x 120 feet. Price $1,500;
$200 cash, balance on easy terms.
(86-C)
City���An
size    of
$5,250;
ranged.
8-roomed     modern    house;
lot,    122x122    feet;    price.
$1,250    cash;    balance   ar-
N. W. !4 section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land with 2.000,000 feet of
timber. No.timber lease. $35 per
acre.    $2,000 cash.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���JERSEY HEIFER CALF.
Apply 211! Eleventh street.
BURNABY���Two
and     tramline.
lots   close  to
Price  $200
store
eacli;
FOR. SALE���TWO. GOOD. TEAMS
with harness, logging chain and
wagon.    Apply S. S., Box 150.
FOR SALE���FIVE AND A HALF
acres. South New Westminster.
Splendid view of New Westminster.
$425 per acre. Apply P. O. Box
256,   City.
FOR SALE���TEN LOTS IN SAPPER-
ton; cleared and fenced; close to
car line. Only for sale within tht
next thirty days. Address A. H.
Tupper, Cunningham Hall, Sixth St.
FOR SALE���GOOD WORK TEAM
(2,800 lbs.). Sound. Also wagon and
harness (new). Apply A. N. Mac-
kay,  Uurnaby Lake P. O.,  B. C.
term? >i cash and $10 per month.
^wiLsorTcoolT^I^
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie Streets.
Phone 680.
Port
Kells
Townsite
.   .Lot
21,
con-
taining fi-
.e acres.
Price i
only
$000.
A
snap.
NOTICE.
Take notice   that   the  above   is  a
true copy of the proposed Bylaw which
will   be   taken   inio   consideration   by
the   Municipal   Council  of  the  City  of
New   Westminster  one   month    from
the day of the lirst publication there
I of in   the  "Daily  News"    newspaper
the! which  first.
!  i   lirst publication  tool
rate of taxation will he excessive, and j the  i;ith day
it  is  expedient   that  such   excessive
taxation   should   he  avoided,  and   the
said  sum   should   be   raised    on    the
credit of the corporation, and that de-
registered   stock   certili
be    issued    for
bentures  or
cates   should
amount; H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
And Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures or registered stock certificates, proposed to be
issued under this Bylaw, and for creating a sinking fund for the payment
of the said debentures or registered
stock   certlflcates   when   due.   it.   will I
place on
of .lune,   1910,  and  thai
|a vote of the electors of lhe city will
be taken on the said proposed  Rylaw
on the 14th day of July, 1910, between
the hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five
p.m. at   the following places, namely:
that | The Council Chamber, Civic Building;
the   Fire   Hall.   Sapperton;   and   the
Waterworks     Storehouse,       Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, June 11, 1910.
raise by special  rale,
all   other   rates,   each
currency of the said
he necessary  to
in   addition   to
year during the ^^^^^^^^^^^
debentures or registered stock certificates, the sum of Seven Thousand,
Fi\e Hundred and Ninety and 32-100
($7,590.32) dollars;
And Whereas. In order to raise
the said yearly sum of Seven Thousand. Fiie Hundred find Ninety and
32-100 I $7.5:io.,-;:') dollars, an equal
rale on the dollar will be required to he levied on the whole rateable property of the City of New Westminster.
And Whereas, the whole rateable!
property of the said city, according to
the last, revised Assessment Roll
thereof, is Seven Million. Two Hundred nnd Forty-nine Thousand and
Ten   ($7,249 010.00) dollars;
And Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said city is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thousand. One Hundred ($1,1)17,100.00) dollars, irrespective of the sum of One  Hundred and
SCHOOLS   DEBENTURE   OR
ISTERED  STOCK  BYLAW,
REGIS-
1910.
By'aw tr t'^tlr the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Ninety-seven Thousand, Five
Hundred ($97,500.00) dollars for
School   Purposes.
10 full  sized  lots  near Eighth
at. $200 each.    Easy terms.
Sapperton���We have a few choice
view lots on Blair avenue very-
cheap; $25 down, balance monthly.
Worth investigating.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
S*a.r~a*
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
���street.
South Westminster���'.4 acre view
lots on car line at Brownsivlle.
Price $250 per lot; 14cash, balance
easy. If you want, a home, secure
one at once, as they are the cheapest and nearest lots on the market.
Seventy-four Thousand, Five Hundred
{$174,500.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the "Lulu Island Bridge
Dehenture or Registered Stock Rylaw,
1910"; the "Fire Debenture or Registered Stock Rylaw, 1910"; the
"Schools    Debenture    or    Registered
Whereas the Hoard of Scliool Trustees of the City of Si-v,- Westminster have caused to be prepared and
laid before the Council a detailed esti.
mate of the sums required by the
Board for the current year's ordinary
expenses of maintaining the schools
of the said City of New Westminster;
and have also prepared a like detailed estimate of the sums required to
meet any special or extraordinary expenses legally Incurrable by the Hoard,
which last mentioned estimate is subject to consideration, alteration and
final approval by tlie Council, and thc
same has been finally approved by
the Council.
And Whereas, the amount required
under the said last mentioned estimate for schools amounts to Ninety-
seven Thousand, Five Hundred ($97.
500.00) dollars, made up as follows:
Thirty-five Thousand ($25,000.00) dollars for the erection and equipment of
���    !.      Bylaw,      1910,"      and      the Itlle "e^ Sapperton scliool; Two Thou-
Parks Debenture or Registered Stock I ?and'. flve Hundred  ($2,o00.00) dolls.
Bylaw,  1:
principal
lng to advance the same on the credit I
of tlie debent ures or registered Btock
certificates hereinafter nilntioned, any
sum or sums of money not exceeding
In the whole the .sum of $97,500.00, and
to cause the Bame to be paid into the
treasury of the said city for the pur !
poses mentioned herein.
2. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
to cause any  number of debentures
or registered  slock certificates  to  be
made, not exceeding in the whole the
sum   of   $!)7,500.iiu   for   such   sums   of
money as may be required, nol   less |
than $100.00  each,  or  an  equivalent
expressed   in   pounds   sterling   of   thi j
United Kingdom of Great  Btitaln nnd 1
Ireland   ai   a   value   of   4.866   to   the
pound   sterling;   and   all   such   debentures or registered stock certificates
shall   be sealed   with   the  seal  of  the
corporation, signed  by the .Mayor and'
countersigned by the treasurer there j
of, or by such other person or persons
as may be thereunto lawfully  author
lzed.
2. The said debentures or registered
stock certificates shall be payable on
the first day of July I960, at such
place or places as ihe Council of the
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall hear interesl at the rate of four and one-half
per centum per annum, payable hall
yearly on the flrsl day of January
and the first day of July in each and
every year, and the debentures sliall
have attached to them coupons for 1 inpayment of interest, which said COU
lions shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
I. A special rale on the dollar sliall
be levied and raised In each year, in
addition to all other rales, on all the
rateable property of the city, sufficient
to pay tlie interest upon the debentures or registered stock certificates,
and to create a sinking fund tor the
payment of the principal thereof when
due, subject to any act or enactment
respecting  the  same.
6. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raise.I annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said dehentures or registered Btock
certificates,   the   sum   nl   $4,387.50   loi
payment of Interest thereon, and
sum of $540.20 to provide for thi
repayment of the principal.
0. The proceeds nf the sale of the
said debentures or registered Btock
certificates shall be applied us follows,
and not otherwise: towards paying
the cost of the passing of this Bylaw
and the Issue and sale of tlie said I
debentures or registered stock cert
cates therein referred to, and a
penses connected with the issuance
of the said loan, and the balance shall
be paid over from time to time as required upon the order of the trustees
by the city treasurer to the several
persons to whom moneys are payable.
7. This Hylaw shall take effect on
the day   of 1910,   and
he cited
r
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Pic-Nic
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Paper Napkins, Cheap
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New Westminster, B. C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  hy
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone   R   113. Office:   Princess St.
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: Benson & McMenemy
TO  RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. AP-!
ply Six, Milton street.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping to rent. Apply to A. II.
Ferguson, Pythian  Hall  building.
[TO  RENT.
TO RBNT��� PARTLY FIRNLSIliiD
house. Modern and central. For
particulars phone Mrs. Rainey,
Lfedies'  Hair  Dressing  Parlors.
Lulu Island���Lot 26; near the bridge;
containing one acre. Price only
$2,000,
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rootns. 7(12, Third avenue. Apply
sifter il p.m. or between 9 a.m. and
f> p. in. at Room 14, U22 Columbia
street. 181dtf
TO I.FT���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for stoie rooms, skating rink, or
-moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester,
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 017 St. George
street. City.
TO   RENT���AN   8-ROOMED   HOUSE
on   Seventh   street.    Apply  Wilson,
& Co., Northern Crown Bank
jng.
STRAYED.
LOST ��� BLACK JERSEY COW.
Strayed away from Dorand Mill,
Deer Lake. Thursday morning. Last
seen at corner of Pole Line and
West minster road. Suitable reward
if returned to Doran's Mill.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. Norman Caswell.
nf Abbotsford, B.C., miner. Intend to
-ipply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
fo prospect for coal and petroleum
-on and jn the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. E. corner, planted at the N. E3.
corner of Section 10, in Townsliip 19,
Municipality of Sumas, N'ew Westminster District; thence south so
chains; thence west 80 chains: thence
north 80 chains: tlience east SU chains
to point of commencement and con-
.-taining  640 acres.
Dated at Abboisford. B.C., Ibis Oth
day  of .lune,  A.I)..  1910.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
A. G U IN IN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired,
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39  Alexander  St.
W. J. KERR, LIMITED.
Good six-room house one block from
carline on corner lot, 5OV120 feei;
���chicken run, chicken house and various valuable improvements. House,
which is all double construction, is
new, being built this year, and insures comfort at all times. $1,050:
1-4 cash; balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
Good six-room house on Third avenue near Ninth street. Has woodshed and other necessary improvements. A good home and a sterling investment. $2,000; $500 cash;
balance very easy.
Beautiful cleared lot on Fifth avenue
between Eleventh and Twelfth
street; on north side of street, witli
surpassing view
slope  to  south,
very easy.
and with excellent
Price $800;   terms
Lot on Seventh avenue between Fifth
and Sixth Btreets, facing sonlli. My
time at this price is very brief but
the value is exceptional. $7(iu; 1-1
cash;  balance 6 an I 12 months.
Lot on
en ue:
line.
man
1-2 ci
Seventh avenue
easily cleared:
Offers   good    profit
almost   Immediately
near Fifth av-
close  to  ear-
to   some
$1,000;
sh;   balance 6 and  12 nionlhs.
W. J. KERR, LIMITED.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEW
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CITY  OF  NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuanl to Section 2o of the "Local
Imporvement General Bylaw, 1909,"
notice is hereby given that the Assessmenl Roll for Local Improvements on
the following streets, viz., Tenth
Street on both sides from Sixth avenue to Tenth avenue, except on ;he
easl side of said street between Sixth
ami Eighth avenues; also on both
sides of London. Edlnbtirg, Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
inclines between Tenth and Twelfth
sheets, is open for inspection at the
ollice of the Assessment Commissioner in the city hall, New Westminster,
British Columbia, and in case the owner or any person Interested in any of
the properties included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,
he shall, within the period of eleven
i 11 I   days   from   the   first   publication
of this notice, give notice to the undersigned in willing of his intention
to appeal.
Haled   the   27th   day  of  June,  A.I).,
lhlii.
W.  A. DFNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Date of first  publication the 27th day
of June, 1910.
loan from nny person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures or registered Btock
certificates hereinafter mentioned, any
sum or sums of money, not exceeding
in the whole the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) dollars, and to cause the same to be paid
into the treasury of the said city for
the purposes mentioned  herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures or
registered stock certificates to be
made; not exceeding in the whole the
sum of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand i$150 ooo.OO) dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required.
not less I ban $100.00 each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4,866
to the pound sterling; and all such
debentures or registered stock certificates shall be sealed with the seal
of the corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
treasurer thereof, or by such other |
person or persons as may be there- j
unto lawfully authorized. I
3. The said debentures or registered
stock certlflcates, shall be payable on
Ihe   first  day   of  July,   I960,   at  such
] place or places as the Council of the
said corporation may from time to
time appoint with the approval of the
holders thereof, and shall bear inter-,
est, at the rate of four and one-half per j
centum per annum, payable half yearly on the first day of January and the
first day of July in each and every
year, and the debentures shall have
al inched to them coupons for the payment of interest, which said coupons
shall  be signed  by  the said   Mayor.
4. A special rale on the dollar shall
he  levied  and   raised  in  each  year,  in
addition to all other rates, on all the
rateable property Of the city, siillicieiil.
to  pay the interest  upon  the debentures or registered stock certificates,
and   to  create  a  sinking   fund  for
payment of the principal thereof
lue, subject to any act or
respecting the same.       ^L^^^^^���
5. Subject as aforesaid, there sliall
he raised annually by special rate us
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures or registered slock
certificates, the sum of Six Thousand.
Seven Hundred and   Fifty   ($6,750.00)
ylaw. 1910."
 the final  passing  thereof,  shall   receive  the  ass< nt
of the electors of the said city in 111��.���,
manner required by law.
Received  the assent of the electoral
on the day of 1910.
Reconsidered  and  finally  passed  in
open council the dav of
1910.
may be cited  as the "Schools  Dehen
io," of which  none of the jfor "10 erection a"d equipment of a ture or Registered Stock B
it- interest is in  arrears1     I sc-hool on Lulu Island, and Sixty Thou-      8. This Bylaw before
Now Therefore, the Municipal Coun- sand W0.000.00) dollars for the erec-
cil of the Corporation of the Citv of  tlon of a Hlsh scUo0}-
New Westminster e��mots as follows:        Aml Whereas, by Section 40 of the
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor |tlie   Fl'1)llc St,|l0!,ls   Act }'"'���<.  "   n>-
of the said citv to raise by wav 0l- enacted by Section JO of the Public
^^ 'Schools   Act   lfi05,     Amendment   Act
1906, any statute to the contrary notwithstanding, the Council of any city,
town or rural municipality in the
Province including the City of Vancouver and City of New Westminster,
may in each and every year pass a
Bylaw or Bylaws for levying aspecial
rate of not more than Five (5) mills
on the dollar for scliool purposes, and
the Council may in addition to such
rate apply any portion of the ordinary
revenue to school purposes.
And Whereas, it appears that the
amount required to meet the current
year's ordinary expenses of maintaining the schools will exhaust the
amount authorized to tie levied under
Section 40 of the Public Schools Act
1906, as re-enacted by said
30   of   the   Public   Schools
At Dick Benson's Old Stand
8lh St., Next to Fashion Liver)
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Sect ion
Act miia,
ii will be
portion of
such   pur-
Ihe
^^ when
enact menl
dollars for the payment of the interesl thereon, and the sum of Light
Hundred and Forty ami 22.1(10 ($840.-
221 dollars to provide for the payment   of  the   principal.
ii. 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 issue and sale of the
debentures or registered slock certificates I herein referred to, recouping
the treasury of tho city such sums
as have heen this year expended in
street works, or may be so expended
until the proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures or registered stock
certificates have become avallahle. lhe
making, Improving and repairing of
siu-h Btreets and sidewalks In the City
as niav be deemed expedient by the
council, but no sidewalk or street shal!
be made or repaired out of the moneys
Amendment Act 1906, and
necessary also to apply a
the ordinary revenue for
poses.
And Whereas, it appears that if the
said sum of $97,500.00 be appropriated
from the general revenue of the oily
for the current year, the rate of taxation will be excessive, and it is expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
Bhould be raised on the credit of [Incorporation, and that debentures or
registered stock certificates should be
issued for that amount.
And Whereas, for the payment of interest on the debentures or registered
stock certificates proposed to be Issued under this Bylaw, and for creating a sinking fund for the payment
of the said debentures or registered
stock certlflcates, when due. it will
be necessary to raise by special rale,
in addition to all other rates, each
year during the currency of the said
debent in es or registered slock cerli
[ficates the sum of I'our Thousand.
'Nine Hundred and Thirty three and
70 LOO  ($ 111:12.701  dollars;
And Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of $4,933.70, an equal
special rule on the dollar v.in be required to be levied on the whole rateable property of the City of New
Wesi minster.
And    Whereas,   the   whole   rateable
property of the said city, according to
the last revised Assessment Roll thereof, is Seven Million, Two Hundred nnd
I Forty-nine   Thousand   and   Ten     ($",-
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of (he proposed Bylaw which will
be taken into consideration by the
Municipal Council of the City of New
Westminster one month from the date
of the first publication thereof In the
"Daily News" newspaper, which first
publication took place on the 12th day
of June, 1910, and that a vote of the
electors, of the city will be taken on
the Said proposed Bylaw on the Mill
day of July 1910, between the hours
of nine o'clock a.m. and tive p.m.. at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building: the
Fire Hall, Sappefton; and the Waterworks Storehouse,/ Eleventh street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
Citv Hall, June 11. 1910.
Ready
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND     ALWAYS
If you deposit  your money for
safety in The Bank of Toronto
It wiil be safe while you leave
lt, and ready when you need It.
and it  will  be
AUTheTime
parnlng for you three p*'r r,'nf-
interest. Small or large sums
may  be deposited at any time.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai I, J. F. Boyd, or
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. B., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 21, In Township 1(1, Municipality of Sumas. New
Westminster District; thence north so
chains; thence east So chains; 1 hence
south   So   chains;      thence     west     Su
chains 10 poinl of commencement
containing om acres.
Haled   al   Abbots. >rd.   B.C..   this
day  of June,  A.l).,   1910.
J.   F.   BOYD
and
Ot h
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   Quebec   and
West.
the
CAPITAL    $4,000,000
REST    4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
J. (iracey, Mgr.
1 249,010.00)   dollars;
.And Whereas, the total amount of
ithe existing debenture debi of th"
'said city Is One Million, Six Hundred
and Seventeen Thousand, One Hundred ($1,617 100.00) dollars, irrespec.
the of the sum of Two Hundred and
Twenty-seven Thousand ($227,000.00)
dollars proposed lo bo raised under
ihe "Street Improvement Dehenture or
Registered Stock Bylaw. 1910;" the
"Fire Debenture or Registered Stock
Bylaw, 1910;" the "Lulu Island Bridge
Dehenture or Registered Slock Bylaw,
min." and the "Parks Improvement
Debenture or Registered Stock Bylaw,
mio." of which mme 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. II Bhall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said city to raise hy way of
loan from any person or persons, body
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FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910.
^^     LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner in fee simple, under
a Tax Sale I iced from E. A. Wllmot,
Inspector of d> ki s, to Duncan Bell
Hall, hearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 1111)7, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being!
ln the District of New Westminster,
in the Pr.K n-o oi British Columhla,
more particil r-ly known and described as part 3.(10 aMes of the southeast
quarter of Section IS, Township 3,
Range 2'J, west of Oth  Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
under  you   and   all   persons   claiming
any interest In tin  said land by virtue
of any   mire '.-leicd  instrument,  and
all  persons   cli." ing   any   interest   in
the said  i-iih!  by  di-i-enl, whose title
Is not re,'isi/"ed --.i ��� er the provisions
of tlie "Land Re. tetrv Act," are required to contest the c'.  :a of the tax purchaser within forty U\ t days from the
date  of  the   first   pun' cation   of  this
notice  upon   yju   aud  in  default  of a
caveat   or   cvi tifl.-a'"   et   ,.s   pendens
being filed  will in ,me i icilod, or in
default of redemption r.rfora registration, you mil oavh of you will he forever esiopped nnd oeburud from set-
��� ting up any  i lalni to o    ia uspect of
the   said   land,   nnd   I   sh.a I     register
Duncan    Bell   Hall   as   owner   Ihereot
in he.   And i herel y o l ���, that pub
Ucalion of this  neli'e  lor thirty  days
In a dally newspi;- >i pi bllshed In New
Westminster  wll  le  food and  sul'fic
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREK.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that 1, R. A. Tretheway,
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 ihe following described  lands'.
Commencing at a post marked R.
A. T.. N. W. coiner, planted at the
N. W. corner of Section 29, in TownBhlp 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster DlBtrlct; thence east S'i
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west SO chains; I hence north Su
chains lo point of commencement and
containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C.. this 9th
day  ol'  .lune,   A.D.,  1910.
I!. A. TRETHEWAY.
ASQUITH'S ANNOUNCEMENT
IS ANXIOUSLY AWAITED
EXEMPT DOCTORS
FROM SPEED LAWS
Truce  Between Rival, Political Parties
Eeieved to   Have  Ended   in   Failure���Radical   Group   Chafing.
lent service th'
Hated   at   tin)
New Westmln*
Columbia, this
D., 1910.
i , nd Registry Offlce,
,��,., T'-e mce. o1' British
;.i)th  any of  April,  A.
St.
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^_ i... . . KEITH,
1 Istl let   Registrar,
To Canada Permanent Loan & Savings   Co.;   Oppenhelmer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Leishman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
District of  New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice thai 1, Alexander Johnston, of Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman,
Intend t" apply to the chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C. for
a license to prospect Iur coal and petroleum nn and in the following de.
Scribed lands:
Commencing ut a post marked A. J.,
N. !���'.. comer, planted at lhe N. E, corner of Seel ion 30, in Townsliip i|i,
Municipality of Sntnas. New Westminster District; thence south So chains;
thence west so chains; thence north
SU chains; thence east SO chains to
point of commencement and containing 040 acres.
Haled ai Abbotsford, B.C.. this 9th
day   of  .lune.   All,  1!)in.
ALEXANDER  JOHNSTON.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that 1, George Beckett,
of Abbotsford, B.C.. teamster, Intend
to apply to the chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. ('.. for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked G. Ti.,'
N.   W.  corner,  planted  at   the  N.   W.
corner of Section 'JS. in Township 19,
Municipality ni Sumas. New Westminster  District;   thence east  SO chains; !
thence  south  Sn  chains;   thence  west.
SO chains;   thence north SO cliains to
point   of  commencement  and  containing 640 acres.
Dated  at   Abbotsford,  B.C..  this  9th
dav  of June, A.D.,  1910.
GEORGE BF.CKKTT.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
A. CXMPBELL HOPE
Architect and Engineer.
HOPE   &   BARKER.   Architects.
New Westminster - Trapp   Block
Phone 655.
.,/'
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
London, June 30.���There is Increasing Impatience among the Liberals at the prospect of th,- prolonging of the veto conference for Beveral
niuiiihs. The Radical group yesterday passed a resolution tirelng the
premier io forward the conference on
the ground thai delay was perilous to
the popular cause. The chii I' whip
received a delegation with Uie resolution which eventually was not presented.
These  fads  have  given   rise  to  rumors  thai   the conference  has broken
down ami  Mr. Asqulth's statement  todav   is awaited with sonic excitement.
Corrobatlon   of   the   idea     that     the
trace is broken is found in some quarters   in   Mr.   Balfour's     denunciation,
dining the debate on    tic    colonial
ollice vole, of a single Chamber of finance in connection wlib the recent in-
cldeni in the Transvaal government.
In  the discussion  un    the    colonial
ollice vote, Colonel Seeley referred to
the Union oi South Africa as ine outstanding  feature of the year.    Of the
other  sell-governing    colonies,    there
was nothing bui  good  to record. Willi
regard   to   Canada   there   has   been   a
very real advantage in settling certain
outstanding questions with the l'nited
Statis.    in all  paits of the self-governing dominions there had been real
steady   progress  and   there  was  nothing   lo   look   hack   upon  either   in  the
relations between this country and the
self-governing colonies or    what    had
happened   in   those  dominions    themselves that could give cause for    regret.
Mr. Lyttleton urged the necessity of
preparing a detailed report for the imperial conference and said the house
should have an opportunity of discussing the topics and scope of the
| conference in which they were so pro-
I foundly interested.
Klnlock Cook criticized the Canadian Immigration regulations. Colonel
Seeley replied saying that the agenda
of the conference was not prepared.
hut the governmnet naturally awaited
communications from the self-governing states.
Strong Article by Dr. W. A.
Young ��� Says "Toronto
Physicians Are Held Up"
SPOKANE MlStS BAN
ON STREET ELOQUENCE
Truce Called in  Bitter Fight Between
Police   and   I.   W.   W.,   During
Which Jail Was Filled.
CITY     OF      NEW      WESTMINSTER
SANITARY    NOTICE.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
Toronto, .lune 30.���War has been declined   I.,    lhe   medical   profession   ol
Toronto against  the present methods
oi me police in "holding up," physicians' automobiles, even though they
are hustling to accidents, The mayor
has heen written lo ahout the matter,
and he is also in recelpl of a marked
copy of the latest issue of The Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery,
iii which the editor, Dr. W. A. Young,
vigorously attacks the present methods of  lhe police  le auto speeding.
Under an article entitled, "Why are
the autos of physicians 'held up' dally
by the police?" lir. Young says in
part: "That the men who have given
their best years to the study of the
sa\ing ol life, ami their bonis iinstllll-
ingly to the service of suffering hu-
manil y,   should,   v. hen      BUS] ecled     ol
breaking the sped bylaw, be treated
as  ruffians going on  a  joy-ride, is a
disgrace io the police system of a city
the si/e of Toronto, The physicians of
this  lair  city  are  gentlemen,  and.  by
courtesy, servants of the public, but
not   Berfs  under   Russian   i ule.     II'. on
going to a case whore perhaps death
seems Imminent, a doctor exceeds the
ten-mile limit., he is summoned to the
police  court, and   there,   when   giving
a true and proper explanation of the
circumstances, he is Interrupted by a
police  Inspector  who  see,as  to  have
ii,ore than his share of assurance, and
adds, uninvited, his opinion, and gives
it in spite of the Magistrate presiding
over tlie court.    Whether this inspector  is to he taken  seriously, or just
as  a preacher values lhe family  parrot   when   it   swears   him   out  of   tlie
house,   after  just     adding   a    saintly
'Amen'   to   his   prayer,   is   a   subject
worthy of discussion."
The article concluded with a recommendation that the board of control pass in council an ordinance similar to that at present in existence in
Rochester, N.Y., exempting physicians
when on professional duty, from adhering to the speed limit as required
in the by-law.
.1
Spokane, June 30.���The edict against
street speaking iu Spokane has been
recalled, and permits have been issued
lo the Industrial Workers of thb
World, against whom the anti-street-
speaking crusade of the local police
was specially dil ecled. Permits to
speak on lhe streets have also been
issued to half a dozen religious organizations.
The issuing of the permits marks
the close of one of the bitterest fights
in   the  history   of   Spokane,  in   which
the i. w. w. orators were driven from
the streets, hundreds of arrests were
made, men were Imprisoned in the city
jail, the- guardhouse a! fort Wright,
and in the old Franklin school, which
was filled up as a special stockade
During the war the air sled 1. W. W.
members  refused  to eai   ihe    meals
doled out to prisoners of the city and
a number ol' instances are cited
in which zealots passed several weeks
without eating a  meal.
Thousands of circulars denouncing
tin' Spokane police force,   and    city
methods, an.l the Spokane Chamber of
i
Commerce, for inducing people to j
come lo lids city on what was termed I
false representations were sent out]
by the organization. City and county'
officials were embroiled, and the pub-1
llcatlons  ot   the  1.   W.   W.   ill   lhe   city j
were   repeatedly   confiscated  US   they
had been run off the press.
While hundreds of men congregated
in the lower part of the city Sunday
evening to listen to the orations of I.
W. W. leaders the speeches were absolutely free of the old abuse of the
Spokane police and their methods
methods which formerly characterized
the addresses of the same leaders,
Everything points to a compromise
and understanding between the police
and the I. W. W.
All rubbish nnd garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it wiil
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind tin.
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under tho provisions of the Sanitary  Hylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCB,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hull. June 13, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Simon Henry-
Clowes of Vancouver, It. ('., occupation, building inspector, intends to apply for permission to purchase the fallowing described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the S. E, point of a small Island lyinjs
In channel between Granite island ancS
Nelson Island; thence northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly, along thc?
shore to the place of commencement;
containing  10 acres more or less.
SIMON HENRY CLOWES,
Applicant.
Ter JOHN F.  BAQQB,
April I'D, 1910. Agent.
LAND ACTS.
New Westmister Land District.
District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Alexander . Ii-Lea-
nan, ol Vancouver, Hritish Coliuntua.
I occupation contractor, intends to ��p-
!ply for permission to purchase tfca
!following described lands:
Commencing at  a  post  planted a*,
j tlie southeast point of the island s��ti>~
!ate about four  II)  chains from 'Tim-
Iber limit No. ?,S7:i3, thence northerly
and westerly and southerly and ewrt
I erly   around   the   shore   at  low   tide-
to place of commencement, eontaMhg
four  acres,   more  or  less.
ALEXANDER   McLENNAWL
J. F. BAGGS, Agent.
Marcli 17, 1910.
FLIP COIN TO DECIDE
WHO WILL TAKE WIDOW
Toronto Murderer Hanged.
Toronto. June    30.���Pasquale    Voc-
tricini was hanged at Toronto jail at
eight   o'clock   this   morning     for   the
murder of Kafaele Fabbio on March 6.
Jail  for  "Joy   Riders."
Toronto,    June    30.���According    to
Magistrate    Kingsford "joy riders" In
Toronto will hereafter be punished by
jail sentences instead of by fines.
The Star Yard company, of Lulu Island ( E. Mercer, Proprietor) has just
launched one of the strongest scows
ever built on the Fraser river. It will
be used in tlie Nanaimo coal trade
for Captain Mayers of the New Wellington Coal company. The scow has
a capacity of Mho tons and is eighty-
eight feet, by twenty-eight with 7.7
I beam.
Sterling 111., June 110.���Hy a mistakeI
as a result of a matrimonial "ad." \
Frank Baker, Alton. III., and John A.
Davis, Waterloo, Iowa, arrived here,
today to marry Mrs. FIsie Carter,
who resides fifteen miles south ofl
here. I
Both men arrived on the same train
and both men hired rigs and drove to
the home of the widow. The men were
not angry about the matter, hut were
willing to compromise.
Mrs. Carter seemed to be well pleased with both and it was finally agreed
i that the best way to settle the difficul-
ity  was to flip a coin, and  Mr.  Bakei
'called for heads, and heads it was.
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 7SO
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
All   Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial  Block
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, ami in London. Eng
land, New York, Ch.'cagO and Spokane.
U.S.A.. and Mexico City \ general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issum. available With
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums o! $1 and upward,
and interest allove ' at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present   raie).
Total   Assets   over   %i '1,OPl>,0t"��.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. I). BRYMNER, Manager.
CITY   OF    NEW   WESTMINSTER
Notice   to
Tenders for V
Tenders are re<
of   Gates.   Valves
Water   Main,  for
and 12ln. dlamete
full  particulars c
the   City   and   W
j. \v. li. Blackmi
Tenders  will   I
o'clock p. m. on'
W. A. Dl
New West mins
Contractors,
alves, Gates,  Etc.
liiired for the supply
etc.,   for   the   New
pipes of 2Bln., 13in.
r.   Specifications and
n  be obtained from
. terworks   Engineer,
m. City Hall.
ie  received   up   to   5
July i. 1910.
WCAN. City Clerk,
ter, June 23, 1910.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK {
New   Westminster   Land   District
Take  notice  that James  Bateman
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, ston
cutter, intends to apply for permlss o
to  purchase   the   following  dcsc..n i
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast point of a small island
ying about 10 chains north of Nelson
island; thence northerly, westerly,
southerly and easterly, along the
shore to the place of commencement;
containing fi acres more or less.
JAMES  BATEMAN,
Applicant.
JOHN F. BAGGS.
April  20, 1910. Agent.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, witb
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO . Ltd.
New  Westminster.
n
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Pox 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
asaaaaammam^ammmamaaaw^awmmmmamaaa,**
Gold Watcieg for Larii.-s from I12./S
i.
Sliver Waiches,    gents'    open face
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open    case.
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
Watchv-s.
Watch repairing .   specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Controls:
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER  IN
WOOD
730  FOURTH   ST. PHONE   R527
6 Producing Oil Wells,
10,000 Acres Good Coal Lands,
50,000 Acres Good Farm Lands, and
Several Rich Mineral Claims.
Shares
NOTICE!
Until farther notice this;
bank will be open
SATURDAY EVENINGS
from seven to nine o'clock*
Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster..
F. Shute, Mgr.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS,
Painters, Paper hanger*
and Decorators.
��������� *'.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
	
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        : B. C
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Stevesten ami Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
���    ,  ,i -l. p   M   dnllv except Saturday, and
Leaves Biackman-Kor Wharf at 3 V. m, umu
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
m, i   t      ���   n   r   ffi   R   ticket ofiice and on board steamer.   Elec-
T ckets at  H.  C.   Hi,  i*. ut.n*s- .       .   f      Vnncou-
trie cars leave Steveston every Hour ton the l.alf-Uoui)  for
for a limited time, $1.00 per share, to be had
only by those holding Certificates of Exchange,
limited to the number of shares so held.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver. Etc.
Hound trip tickets to Steveston. Saturday afternoons, $1.
B. C. Representatives:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
Room 3,    518 Hastings St. West,  Vancouver,   B. C.
Phone 4327
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay..
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
r
SEATTLE OPEICE:
330-331  Pioneer Building.   Phone, Main 5865��
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910.
The Daily News
Published by Trie Dally News Publish-
lug Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing Director
FRIDAY, JULY  1. 1910.
THE   RIVAL   MARKET.
it.   is   certainly   nol   for   wanl   of
energy and effort on the pari of the
Market and Industries committee of
tlie Vancouver council thai the retail
produce  market  established  In   that
<. ity about  two years ago lias failed, i
Every thing that could be done hasi
heen done by the committee and Us
officers to secure tbe success of tbis
undertaking, An official was sent out
into tbe highways and byways of the
surrounding country to bid the frull
growers, poultry farmers and market
gardeners  send   In  their  produce  to
the market, and considerable sums of
money were spent upon tbe buildings
��ind  appurtenances of  the establishment    But   for  all  this  the  Vancou-j
ver market lias failed, and failed bad-1
ly, too.
It. was expected by its promoters,
we believe, tbat tbis would soon form
;l serious rival to tbe old established
.and prosperous weekly market of New
Westminster. But there lias never
been any danger of tbis. Tbe Vancouver market has not been much more
than a dumping ground for consignments to wholesalers in the Terminal
City. Neither producers nor consumers displayed any particular anxiety
to patronize the establishment on
Westminster avenue. Tlie former
have, in fact, always regarded it with
suspicion and disfavor.
This is probably tlie reason for the
failure of Vancouver's attempt. Tbe
market clerk, however, attributes this
to tbe fact that it is too far away
from the source of supply. Whatever
the actual cause may be the committee has now abandoned the attempt
to run a civic market on anything
approaching a paying basis, and has
leased a portion of the building to
the Dominion  Fish  company,
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PURE GOODS ARE
|R.   ROOSEVELT'S   ROMANES
LECTURE.
Ex-President Roosevelt's recent
Romanes lecture at Oxford university,
in which lie dealt with the develop
ment of nations, lias, not unnaturally
excited considerable controversy in
Great Britain: little less, indeed, than
liis now famous speech at the Guildhall, London. Both were undoubtedly
brilliant efforts, but whilst the tone
snd character of the latter were ques-
tionable and came in for a great deal
of unfavorable criticism, the Romanes
lecture was, from a scholar's point of
view, a notable contribution to modern thought. The general opinion of
the leading organs on the other siJe
of the Atlantic is in this direction.
The Spectator, for instance, says of
the lecture:
"One is temped to say of nations
that though they may decline to a certain extent through misfortune-
through the rise of more able and
powerful communities���they need
never disappear except through their
own fault. A nation which masters
itself need never become a slave. It
may always hold its place among the
leaders. Neither biology nor history
warrants us in prophesying for an
nation a permanence which has never
vet been achieved. But at all events
we may eliminate all the conditions
Of decay that history has yet revealed.
What are these? In a single sentence,
they are all faults of character. Mi.
Hjoojeivelt thinks, and wo heartily
agree with him, that in future, much
ns Intellect will count, character will
fount even more. He cited the case
of Lincoln. We accept Lincoln as the
type of wise democrat, perhaps the
liest example the world has produced
of tolerance, good temper, reasonableness, and resolution. He never wavered in the appalling task of crushing bis countrymen of the South, and
yet he never said an unfair thing of
the South. He fought with the tenacity of a man of hate, and yet hate
was foreign to bis heart, One can
only wonder and admire it."
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sible   site   that   would   lie   agreeable
to the majority of the ratepayers. The
bylaw does not fix tbe site.    We would
welcome  a  plebiscite  to  decide  that
matter.
2. The Sapperton school is overcrowded, unsanitary and intolerable
any longer. A scliool there is an absolute necessity. V,'e propose to erect
one similar to the Lord Kelvin scliool.
A magnificent site is about ready now.
3. A small school on Lulu island is
very desirable. The distance to the
oilier schools is considerable, and the
roads thereto beset with many dangers to small children on account of
the bridge, railroad and street car
tracks to be crossed. We have obtained this year a free site for that
school from the provincial government. This school is at present held
upstairs in a rented building in very
unsuitable quarters.
4. The Central school is overflowing. A room in the Carnegie library
is now being used for a school room.
Still more accommodation will be
needed next term.
5. It is likely that an additional
High school room will be necessary-
next term.
6. The present High school is unsatisfactory, too small and never was
suitable for a Higli school. It was
not intended for any but temporary
use as a High school.
7. It is undesirable for many reasons to have the High and Public
shcools in the same building and on
the same property. They should be
separate and each have its own
bounds.
H. By building a new High scliool
we not only secure the accommodation needed for High school work,
but also make It practicable to prop-
firly equip the school for that work.
It ls not possible to do that now.
9. A new High school, by releasing
five  rooms  in  the  brick  building  to
public school uses, will supply all the
accommodation that will ever be need
ed for Public
district.
10. The
COLONIZERS DREAM OF
AIRSHIP SERI.ICE IN 6.C.
Aeroplanes Would Be Cheaper Method
of Traveling to  Undeveloped
Sections of  Province.
Spuria <ly
Priced
Lingerie Waists
Just Received a shipment of new waists, a little late for when they
were intended, but a timely arrival for the holiday. Comprised of the very
latest models, including- dainty Lingerie waists in embroidered and lace effects,
with the up-to-date short sleeves; and colored and white Shirt Waists, in a
wide variety of smart styles. They all go on Sale now, and they are marked
at prices that will guarantee a short stay in our Waist Department.
Lingerie Waists $1.50 to $6.00 Shirt Waists $1.50 to $3.00
Call and Inspect Them
Victoria. June 30.���Nowhere else in
the world has the inauguration of
passenger airship service ln Germany
been observed with more active and
peculiar interest than in tbis far western province of Biitish Columbia, and
more particularly by those directly
and actively engaged in the promotion
of colonization in New Cariboo, having Fort George as Its hub ami future capital. The necessity of securing immediate and convenient transportation to this new center of population is fully appreciated, and the airship is looked upon as offering unique
facilities for meeting existing difficulties.
In the difficult nature of the country to be traversed in securing connection with established railway fs<
clllties, the building of roads Involves
a question of time, and time-saving is
extra important at the present juncture. If airships can be employed to
connect Fort George with points on
the C. P. R. a very obvious difficulty
in Cariboo's colonization will be
solved. A group of capitalists particularly interested have therefore
sent an agent to Berlin to patronize
the new Germany agency of communication and also to investigate all incidental costs In connection with the
possible establishment of a similar airship service in Central British Columbia. If satisfactory arrangements
can be made, the inauguration of
aerial communication between Fort
schools in" the Central' George and Ashcroft may be brought
j about before tho advent of winter, or
hole present situation, the  by nexf spring at the latest.
Snaps in  Children's Dresses
About ;{ dozen only, Cream and
White Jap Silk Dresses for children
of all sizes. Dainty little frocks at
a tempting reduction. Regular values
to $3.25 for $1.75.
$1.50 Wash Dresses for 90c
A mixed collection of Children's
Dresses. Broken lines and odd sizes
make this an attractive offering. Regular prices to $1.50.   On sale at 90c.
Wash Collars and Jabots 25c
We have an exclusive showing of
Smart Collars and Jabots in Embroidered, Lace and .Muslin designs.
Priced lower than any store in the
city, and in styles you cannot inspect
at any other store; 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
up to $1.75.
Tourist Frilling
10c  Box
Hair Nets 10c
Boxed Frilling*
Reg. 75c for 50c
Silk Waists for $2.75
An extra special in Ladies' Silk
Waists. Broken line in Black and
Brown only; some in tucked styles;
others have Insertion set in. Regular values tO $5.50.    Clearing at $2.75.
Blouses and Tunics for  75c
And here is variety enough for any.
one. Boys anil Girls' Blouses and
Duster Tunics In an exceedingly broad
collection of colorings and materials,
The regular values of these run aa
high as J2.26.    Sale price, 75c.
Summer  Hose at 25c a Pair
Lisle and Cotton Hose in All Colors
and Polka Dots. We are selling lots
of stockings this week. Almost any
shade in Lisle. Our regular 35c Une
now on sale at 25c pair.
"GET THE   HABIT'
airship   service   cov-
300   miles   in   length,
future   growth   of   the  city   and   whati     Tho   German
that wlll lead to have all been care- ��ri  a  route  of
fully   considered.     The   trustees   and jRml  t,le  dirigible employed  Is stated
the secretary of the school hoard are  t0 be abIe t0 travel Too miles without
most  conversant with the conditions a 8t��I)-    Tlle 8I,eeJ on tll(" fi'st  trip
at   [oresent   in   school   matters,   and, averaged  almost   thirty-five   miles  an
Special This Week
Odd Pieces of Glass
At 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c and 35c each
The Pair
646  Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sed for the same.
Weekday Schedule
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PICNIC
these six men are unanimously of the|hour' or better than tbat of the ordin- return
nnlnlnn that tbe plan put forward bv  ary Passenger train on many western
the school board is best, to meet not  railways.     The   lifting   capacity   was
only the present, bul the future need I twenty-two  tons,   while  with   twenty
of   the   cltv.     This   should   carry   a passengers   the   total   weight   of  the �����
great   deal   of   weight,   with   the   rate-  load   carried   was  only   five   tons  and I
payers, and it does. | a  half,  this  including  the   weight   of!""
11. The   plan   of   the   school   board
is a complete and single plan tn meet
Salvation   Army   Picnic     to
Haney  will  bo held on July  1.
adults 70c, children, 35c
Train   leaves   C.P.R.   depot   at
i.ni.   All come.
Port
Fare,
9:10
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the school needs of the city. Build
a High school and the needed Public
school and the needed High school
are both supplied; but build only
another Public school and the High
school problem remains, only in an
aggravated  form.
12. For these reason the trustees
urge all ratepayers to strongly support the school bylaw, and they put
forth their plan with every confidence
tbal It will commend itself to any
ratepayer who wlll think lt over, with
a mind open to see only the welfare
of the city and Its schools.
Lastly���The board Is ready and will-
oad   carried
a  half,  tiiis
the restaurant car and other equipment designed for the comfort of pos-
sengers. Such an airship might easily
be operated from points on the C.P.R,
mainland to the Cariboo, the Chllco-
tln or Fort George. If two or three
stops v,-i'ie made on the way at bases
like Quesnel, it would not be necessary to go more than 100 miles at I
a single (light en route from Ashcrofl
to Fort George and vice versa. The
time required would be much less an I
the comfort much greater than by
stage, horse, or automobile.
For tickets on the German airship
line rates ran from $25 upwards.
These charges will be materially reduced  In  the near future, but taking
next five years or there may not.
If regular passenger airship service
proves practical in Germany, it will
be but a very short time before it
is duplicated in the colonization
this province.
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EGGS  FOR   NEXT WINTER.
ing to place the High school on any ] everything    into   consideration    they
(The Daily News is not responsible
.for the opinions expressed by its correspondents.)
THE   SCHOOL   BYLAW.
possible site that would be agreeable
to tbe majority of the ratepayers. The
bylaw does not fix the site. We would
welcome a plebiscite to decide that
matter. We have asked the council
to submit such a plebiscite. The
council has so far refused to grant,
our request, without giving us a rea-
son for their refusal.
The Site for tlie High school is a
With  your  permls
SMitor, Dally News:
Sir���I .shall  endeavor to place before you   in  brief  the  position  Of  tho different   mutter
���chool    board   In    reference   to   the sion we will give tbe trustees'attitude in this province which
School   bylaw. on that question In another issue.
L The  board  is  ready and  willing T. BENNETT GREEN.
compare   not   unreasonably   with   the
passenger   rate   now   prevailing   trom I
Nelson to the Pacific coast��� a similar j
distance in an air line.   They are very
much   lower than  the cost  of travel <
in   this   province   by   horse   or   auto
stage.   To inaugurate a passenger ser-1
vice  by  airship  it   is  unnecessary  to
go   to   tlie   great   outlay   required   In
building a railway or even a wagon
road.    There aro a number of points j
ire not likely j
to   have   railway   communication   for J
some years.    There may be a railway!
Newark, N.J., June 30.���Forty-live
million eggs have been shipped into
tiiis city since April 1 and placed in
col l-storage by warehouse men, to
remain there until the big shipments
of Inst winter are duplicated. The
eggs come mostly from Indiana, .Michigan and Ohio. They were purchased
at .ui average price of from twenty-
three and a half to twenty-lour cents
a dozen, Two cents a dozen is addol
to cover insurance, storage costs, etc.,
which brings the total cost up to about
twenty-six cents a dozen.
If the eggs can be retailed In New
York next winter at forty-live cents a
dozen, which they sold Tor last winter,
there will be a profit of nineteen cents
a dozen, or a total of something over
.7011,000.
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io place tbe High s:bool on any pos-      New Westminster, June 30, 1910.        into Quesnel anl the Chllcotln within
Premier Whitney's Daughter Dead.
Toronto, June 30.���Muriel Lee
Thompson, eldest daughter of Premier
Whitney, died today.
Cats leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,
8:00 and every half hour then after until il p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:80 p. in.
Return   Faro:   Adults,   00c;   children   under  12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver
a. in. and every half hour thereafter until  11  p. iu.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8  a.   rn.,   9   a.   ni.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday  Excursion  Kates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. ni. 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.
and
Sunday Service
Sapperton Line-
Sunday   Service
m. to 11 p. m.
-Half   hourly between ( a.  in. and 11  p. in.
20 minute service, from 6:25 a. m. to 11:10 p.m.
-Hulf  hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11 p. m.
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Prices  in  Kings $40  to $400.
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'i*n FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE rive.
SPORTINGNEWS
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REASON DISCOVERED FOK
' PRIVILEGES BF FAVOKITES
Exhaustive   Inquiries   Rev.il    Reason
Why   Lacrosse   Fans   Invade   Rec
reation Park Oval.
After ii vast nmount of research, involving untold difficulties, the lull list
of all those allowed inside the fence at
the Vancouver Lacrosse grounds is,
for the first lime .set before Un- public. It has lon. been a mystery to the
geneial public wbo have to be contented with a comfortable seat in tin-
grand Stand, by what right all I In-
great crowd wliich stands in each
others way in tbe two Inch space between the grand stand and the Held,
is entitled to occupy the proud position, but below Is given a full list of
the qualifications necessary.
An attempt was made to estimate
the numbpers, but owing to difficulty
ln taking the census in Northern Manchuria and the undiscovered regions
Of the souili pole, llie attempt had to
be abandoned.
Thos.' qualified to go on the field
in Vancouver during the progress of a
lacrosse mulch are divided into tour
greal classes: 1. Players and those
connected with players; 2. Officials
and those connected with officials; ',',.
Newspapermen and those connected
with newspaper men; 4. Everybody
else and those connected with everybody 'Ise.
The first of these classes ls rather
unimportant, but it is made up as
follow s: i a I The twenty-four men playing lacrosse; (b) spare men, estimated
numbei seven; (c) old players ot the
teams      ��� .
twemy-one; Id) future players of
both teams, estimated number 134;
(e) those who would like to play if
they could, estimated number 436;
total number of first class d'2'2.
Tin- second class���officials, la) The
refen ; lb) the president, honorary
presi cms. vice presidents, secretaries,
trea.- m.'is, ollu-e boys, committees,
etc.. ', both teams, estlmatod number
thin;.-nine; iei the similar officers of
all oilier clubs ln Vancouver, New
Westminster, Victoria and every other
place, estimated numbor. 2450; id)
rubl.i is down, trainers, coaches, mega-
phoic wielders. doctors, lawyers, peanut vendors, badge sellers, policemen,
estimated number forty-six; if) the
mayor and aldermen of both cities engaged, school trustees,
parliament, teachers.
ber liny-seven.
class, estimated
ilrd class���newspapermen, (a)
ilue;   ih)   messenger
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Removal Notice
Of TODAY'S RESULT |
Both Vancouver and New
Westminster Have Strong
Teams and Expect Victory
If it were not for tbe absence of
Tom Rennie and Jim Clifford from
the Xew West minster lineup today,
tne Royal City team would have the
Strongest learn she has had this year.
As it stands the outfit that faces Van-j
comer today is not any slouch organization and if Vancouver wins the
game she will have to travel fast.
The Terminal City has regained
some confidence during tlie lull ln tbe
lacrosse storm and with the presence
of Bun Clark and Sandy Cowan, the
Vancouvers expect to be able to give
New Westminster a bard game. At,
the last game in Vancouver tlie Salmon Bellies did not have any cinch
securing a victory; in fact, it was
one of the closest games of the season and this lime Vancouver will undoubtedly have a stronger team.
However, the locals have been practicing hard and are In much better
shape than when they last played.
During tbe two weeks' rest the men
have bad a chance to recover from the
scars of the earlier games and are
in great form.
Jimmy Gilford, who for the first
time in history has considered his
private interests more important than
lacrosse, will be badly missed on tbe
defence and Huglile wlll have a hard
We have removed to more commodious quarters in the Guichon
Block, over T. S. Annandale's store
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Limited.
REAL   ESTATE,
INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS.
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ngage'd,    estimated     number I time keeping tab on Bones Allen. How-
Diernbers   of
stimated   mini-
Number    in    second
2693.
The
repor'Ts """��� '"' ",v..'.am0ai. hoys,
Iqlf none girls, photographers, esti-
iWili il number, fourteen; ic) proprietors of newspapers from all over Can-
Ada and the l'nited States, estimated
numb'-r sixty-nine; total number in
third class, estimated, ninety-two.
;Ti>e fourth class, la) Everybody;
(b) ever> body else; ic) anybody; id) j
Ovei \ body who is a friend of anybody; |
(jjB) anyone who is not a friend of any-
dy and everybody he may be
len Is with, If anybody; if) all those
ot included in the foregoing cate-1
ory; ig) the president of the United
tates and the Emperor of Germany;
) Jim Jeffries and Jack Johnson;
(ii Governor Gillette; ij) George
Hair,, ik) Boh Edwards; (I) Joe Martin; i in) H. H. Gamey; In) Count
Zeppelin of Dusseldorf; (o) Alfred
Austin; (p) Tex Rickard; (q) Carry
Nation.
Attempts were made to estimate the
number included in this class but thei
man on the job died twice before he i
-was half way through and the results
of bis labors were seized by bis creditors.     However,   the   number   In   the
other three classes is 3307. and as a
conservative estimate the total  number "f the fourth class added to that1
���would bring the figure close
200.ihi.(1011,(10,0,00,0 mark.
���Those who are entitled to pay their
money   and   take   their   seats   in   the
d stand are all those not included
ever, Ilughie ought to be able to stand
the pace and If he can stand as much
marathoning as Bones during the
game, he will not bave too big a job.
Grumpy Spring will play for the
flrst time In three weeks. Tbe last
game he mixed ln was a sad performance from a Vancouver standpoint,
and today he will probably outdo the
stunts he amazed Con's pets with on
that historic occasion.
The crowd going from here ls expected to eclipse all previous records
by several blocks. There is nothing
going on here and If the census of
New Westminster were taken about
threo o'clock this afternoon tbe en-
numerator would need only to confine
his attention to the jail and tbe hospital.
The following are the lineups of
the teams:
New Westminster���Goal, Gray; Galbralth, T. Gifford. Marshall. H. Gifford, Marshall, taoin shrdlu shrdluuuu
ford, Rennie, C. Spring, W. Turnbull,
Winlemute, Feeney, L. Turnbull. G.
Spring.
Vancouver���Goal, Clark; Griffith,
Howard, Godfrey, Bickering, Springer,
West, Hennessey, Allen, Cowan, Sumner, Adamson.
Referee���VV. E. Ditchburn. of Victoria.
Thursday
National  League.
At   Boston���
First Game��� R.
Philadelphia    4
Boston     1
Second Game��� K.
Philadelphia       0
Boston     4
At  Pittsburg��� K.
Pittsburg     8
Cincinnati     3
At  New York��� R.
up to the I Brooklyn    0
1 New   York     2
At   St.   Louis��� R.
St.   Louis    13
Chicago     D
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In any of the above classes. American League.
It is expected that most of those en- At r>etroit��� It-
titled to a place on the Held will fill It Chicago     6
this   afternoon,   and    Manager   Jones  Delro|t     3
hae arranged that, lf there ls not room At Cleveland��� It-
for the players, the favored Individuals  cieveland      'r>
on the Held will not he disturbed.
W. J.
BRYAN WATCHES
AVIATORS   AT   MONTREAL
St.  Louis
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Eastern   League.
At Toronto���
, Rocheste
e  feature to- Toronto
Montreal, June 30.���1
day at the aviation meet was the
Sight of Walter Brookens, the Wright
aviator, with Bertrand De Lesseps,
Brother of the count, us a passenger,
lasting  twenty-three and  a  half  min-
II.
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At Jersey City-
Newark    	
Jersey City  	
At Providence -
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nles   and   ascending   to   a   height   of  providence
.140 feet.    It was tbe first time that
6   Lesseps   had   ever   been   up   lu   a
avier-l ban-air machine.
William Jennings Bryan was nn interested    spectator.      The    Nebraska!
Statesman is leaving for home by way
Of Chicago this evening.
The machine in which Count Del
Lesseps crossed the English channel j
has not yet arrived from  New  York.
n. h.
R.
8
Coast  League
At Portland-
Portland   	
Vernon   	
At Los Angeles���
Sacramento    	
Los Angeles  	
At   Oakland���
0
R.
SEEKING CHARTERS FOR
TWO JOCKEY CLUBS
Hamilton, Ont., June t30.���The law
���firm of Brlce, Bike & Council] has
applied to the Dominion government
for a charter for a new jockey club,
���to be known as the London Jockey
llub.
San Francisco  	
Oakland   	
Northwestern
At  Vancouver-
  l
R.
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League,
lt.
II
     6
...  1      t)      o
Blankenship;
St. John, N. B., June 30.���Several
Montreal men have made application
5r a charter for a Jockey club here.
Harvard   Defeats  Yale.
New  York, June 30.���Harvard won
Be  varsity  eight-oared  race  by  four
Ingtha      todav.        Time:      Harvard,
iUhm't  Yale, 21:04.
Spokane    6   13
Vancouver     0     ''
Batteries���Baker  and   Shea;
and Lewis.
At  Seattle��� U.
Tacoma     3
Seattle   	
Batteries���Butler and
Seakort and Custer.
Standing  of  Clubs.
Won   Lost  Pet.
Spokane      40      2S      .588
Vancouver      37     31
Seattle       3D      39
Tacoma     30     38
Games Today.
Vancouver vs, Spokane, Recreation
park, Vancouver, 10:80 a. m. and 0:15
P. ni.
Tacoma at Seattle.
I Wish I Had!
Don't be among those who,
"sad words of tongue or pen,'
a few years hence, will bt
because tbey had not
saying these
Taken Advantage
of the great growth, now only begun, of  New  Westminster on both
sides of tbe  River and  in the surrounding District.
At the Right Time
which is just now, before everybody catches  on  and  property soars
beyond ordinary reach.
We Can Put You Next
to the hest things, City, Suburban, District, Waterfrontage, Improved
Farms, North, East, South and West.
Some   unusual  snaps  for  a short  time,  owing  to  special  circumstances, below market values.
White Rock
Can be had at Lowest Prices and
the Easiest of Terms.
! White, Shiles . Co. j
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New Westminster
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Hale Bros. & Kennedy
REAL
Merchants   Bank
LIMITED.
ESTATE,   INSURANCE   AND
Telephone  No. 335
^^^^^^^^       TIMBER.
Building,  corner of Columbia and  Begbie Streets.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Contractors and
House Builders
li
ine
^^e have a full
Builders  Hardware in
Before Building See \Js, as we
Also Complete
money.
Stock
of   tke   Best
tnis City.
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
The Public
Supply Stores
Campers
i
Attention!
We are now
Prepared For
The Campers.
We carry an
Especial Line
of Goods for a
Summer Outing. Prompt
Delivery or
Shipment.
We Solicit
Your Trade.
INTERIOR TOWNS SUPPORT
WESTMINSTER CHAMPIONS
Fred
Lynch     Finds     Much    Interest
Taken  in  Coast  Lacrosse by
Smaller B. C. Towns.
F. J. Lynch, proprietor of the
i Beaver cigar factory, is back in the
j city,after an extensive business tour
all over the interior of British Columbia and a short distance into Alberta.
He traveled tlie main line of the
C.P.R. and also "did" the Crow's Nest
line. It was business all the time
and the factory will have to keep
working to supply the orders he
booked.
Mr. Lynch would have made his trip
last a little longer, but he could not
miss the great lacrosse game In Vancouver today and so he returned. He
states that there Is considerable interest taken in the game In the Interior
and the fans follow the results of
the Vancouver-New Westminster
matches with almost as much interest
as they do here. The interior towns
are great supporters of New Westminster. This may partly be account-1
ed for by sympathy for the smaller
city, but ls undoubtedly caused in a
large measure by the disapproval of
Vancouver's action in importing half
Eastern  Canada.
Mr. Lynch was In Kamloops when
one game was played here and ln Vernon when another was in progress,
and In both places the results of the
gnmes were received ln quarters and
bulletined in the lintels and newspaper offices. The followers of the game
In the interior are all confident that
N'ew Westminster can hold a littlo
nmrp than her own against both Vancouver and  Montreal.
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0 GIFTS 0
Selected at Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined taste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes, Spoon Trays, Bon Bons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE   in
Tea Sets at $25.00.
great  variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3.00   to
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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INTERMEDIATE LACROSSE IN
NORTH VANCOUVER TODAY
The intermediate lacrosse club will
go to North Vancouver this afternoon
to play that city a friendly game.
North Vancouver is said to have a
strong team tills year and it will be
interesting to see how the game
conies out as the "City With a Future" ia not represented in any
league. The gate receipts will be
divided between the two teams.
INSURANCE
You Are Liable
If an EMPLOYER���for accidents to your workmen or others.
If an OWNER OF A TEAM OR AUTOMOBILE���for   injuries   caused
by your vehicle.
IF
A STOREKEEPER OR OWNER OF A BUILDING���for accidents
to persons in elevators or elsewhere upon  the premises.
If a HOUSEHOLDER OR HOUSE-OWNER���for injuries received on
your  property.
IN ANY EVENT TO ANY PERSON for Injuries received on property
owned or occupied by you.
Against any or all of these contingencies  I   PROTECT YOU.
For  particulars   regarding  all kinds of Liability, Insurance, consult me.    Every kind of insurance  known  is written  in  my office.
MONEY PAID FOR THE
MINES BACK IN C.N.R.
Toronto, June HO.���Hon. James
Dunsmuir, who sold his great Vancouver Island coal mines to the Canadian Collieries company, in which
Messrs. Mackenzie & Mann, are, of
course, the principals, has just purchased six million dollars of the guaranteed bonds of the Canadian Northern Railway company.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Suite 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.      Phone 62
CHANCE  FOR  KITCHENER.
London, June 30.���The Dally Telegraph hears that Sir Eldon Gorst,
British agent at Cairo, will become
ambassador at Constantinople, from
which city Sir G. A. Lowther will go
to St. Petersburg to replace Sir A.
Nicholson, who has just been appointed permanent undersecretary of   the
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY       NEWS
j    11  is understood that Mr. Dunsmuir
received cash for liis mine, and that foreign offlce.
in reinvesting these funds he used six This, says the Telegraph, should
million for tlie purchase of the three'open the way for the appointment of
nnd a half per cent Canadian Northern i Lord  Kitchener as  British agent    at
bonds. ! Cairo.
i
Rumor Not Confirmed.
Washington, June 30.���The state department refuses to confirm the rumor
that the United States is contesting
Canada's sovereignty over portions of
the Arctic territory. This Is a matter which probably will be before the
court at The Hague, and in the meantime officials here do not desire to
discuss it.
Dr. Sutherland Is Dead.
Toronto,   June   30.���Rev.   Dr,   Alex.
Sutherland,   missionary   secretary   ot
the Methodist church in Canada, dlei
this afternoon, aged seventy-seven. '..ti-ijn
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910.
Monster  Reduction Sale of
and SHOES
-M*  MIL .�����!        I *    '      HHIfl
Goods Sold
for Cash
Only, while
this Sale
Lasts
25c White   Polish
for 15c
Sold during this -1 H
Sale    IOC
15c
All other 25c Polishes
to   be  sold   at    	
10c Polish for 5c
A large box of tine Black Shoe
Polish. Shines quickly and doQ^. not
injure   the   leather.    Sold C
during this Sale    *****
This Sale is Now in effect and
Will Last through the
Month of July.
Ladies' $4.00 values for $2.35
Fino Patent Leather and Chocolate   Vlel   Low   Shoes.     New   short
vamps and Cuban heel.   $1 values.   Sold During this
Sale   	
$2.35
Ladies' White Canvas Shoes
In plain or cap toe.   Low, medium ami Cuban heels.    $2.25 values
sold during this (t*-%    Af\
Ladies' $6.00 values for $2.95
$1.25 values 95c
Kiddies' Barefoot Sandals. The solid
leather kind. Never sold for less than
$1.25. Diiiing the reduction sale
they will
be 	
95<
One of the hest American  makes.   Patent Leather, French heels,
natural kid tops.    $6 value.  S< Id during the reduction sale for  	
$2.95
Ladies' White Canvas Shoes 95c
Oxford  Ties.    Hand  turned soles, Cuban heels.
$1.75 values.   Sold during the reduction sale for ..
95c
$1.50 values 95c
Child's Red Shape slippers.    Regular Millies $1.50 Sid dur- QE__��
lng sale           ZJDC
No Goods
On Approval During
This Sale
This Sale is Now in effect and
Will Last through the
Month of July.
The
About Shoe Conditions
The Spring Season has been, to say the least, decidedly disappolnting. The cold rainy weather has
certainly put a damper on the sale of Summer Shoes, such as Oxford ties in Tans and Suedes, Canvas
goods and all Summer Footwear. We optimistically assembled the greatest spring stock of boots and shoes
in our history. Thousands of pairs of Summer Shoes on our shelves that should be giving good service to
the wearer's feet.
TODAY WE ARE OVERLOADED
Of course, we could carry this surplus over into next season, but such an action would be in direct opposition to our firmly established policy; so we have taken the only steps possible to
Force Business At Once by Making Our August
Reductions Now
Think a moment���understand us fully. The reductions that we usually make in August, our regular
month of clearance, when stocks are depleted, go into effect RIGHT NOW on our entire big stock. Instead
of a Clearance Sale of the odds and ends of after stock-taking time, you have the choice and selections of
complete lines. In short, we are presenting shoes so desirably new and fine, and at prices so irresistably attractive, that in deference to your own good common sense you simply cannot pass up the opportunity.
PAIRS OF SHOES
Over 175 pairs a day must be sold before stock-taking, August 1st.   They will be sold, for prices will be
no object during the Great Reduction Sale.
w.
SINCLAIR
The Shoe Man
629 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
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FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PW   PAGE SEVEN.
rg^li. ^t,| |  ,|, H lull M nil i��"i��l"��.~ 	
M       Eastertrook Milling  Company
11 FLOUR
Cburne,
FLOUR!
HUNGARIAN JEWEL
IMPERIAL   	
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR   ..   .
. .$6.50 per bbl.
$6.75   per   bbl.
..5.25  per  Bbl.
.$4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Westminster.
Telephone 333
HIS EIGHTIETH MILESTONE
EXPLORER WAS AWAY
! fOR OVER TWO YEARS
Honored
City
Pastor,     Formerly   of     This
Recipient   of   General
Congratulations.
DOMIN'ON  LANDS  RAILWAY  BELT
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Is
Spent Long Time   on De-
Way of Melbourne.
y������ ���
I
Just a Few Left ot
West End View
[ Lots
In Lot 10, Sub. Block 12, between 8th and
10th Avenues, to the east of 18th Street.
Price $350, one quarter cash, balance G, 12
and 18 months. These lots are close to the
new cut off, and you will be wise if you step
in now and secure them.
Two Good Buys
2 nice lots on   Hamilton   St..   all cleared,
50x150.    Price $800 each cash, or $1000 on
terms.
Lot 7 on 11th St., Block 19, Sub. block 7.
Price $750 on terms.
Maple Ridge
120 acres of good land, close to Mission City
Price is $35 per acre. $1000 cash handles
this.   Balance on very easy terms.
Victoria, June 30.- Kev. John Reid,
sr., for many years a resident of Victoria, in tact, one of the city's earliest
' pioneers,    celebrated    his    eightieth
ibirthday yesterday. His many friends,
I many of whom had learned of the oc-,
[casion, called nnd    submitted    theirltloD- lias J"st returned trom
heartiest congratulations.    During hisl venturous voyage, to which he
The British Canadian Securities
I Company, Limited
T. R. PEARSON, Manager.
Office:     The Dominion Trust
Eictlve ministry in Victoria,,
he has retired, the Rev. Mr
popularized himself by the prominent
part he lias taken in philanthropic and
charitable works, but perhaps even
more than in this way his Influence
lias been felt in his kindly and unobtrusive labor for the betterment of
his fellow men. Thus, among liis
wide circle of acquaintances, as well
us by his nearer friends, the reverend gentleman is beloved, aud all united in extending him sincere and heartfelt well-wishes.
It was in Kilmarnock (June 27,1
1830) that Rev. Mr. Held wus roared I
and received his early training and]
preparatory education in the schools'
of that towns, prior to going to Glasgow, where he was trained for the
ministry under the learned Principal
.Morrison and Prof. .John Guthrie, D.I).,
of the K. f. Theological college, Glasgow. He was ordained In 1849 at
Cambuslang, and ministered in the
Congregational church there, the
father of Dr. David Livingstone being
a worshipper In the congregation.
From Cambuslang he went to Avon
| Bridge, where he remained over two
Coast  Division.
>^n Surveved      agricultural      Dominion
Sert Island, Returning By Lands In the Railway Belt not reserved or withheld from entrj and not
disposed of or occupied, are open to
entrj under the provisions of the British Columbia Dominion Land regula-
| lions.
In   the  Coast  Division  of  the   Railway Belt  any male person over eighteen years of age and otherwise clig-
; Ible,    may    obtain    under   entries   as
homestead   and   pre-emption,   a   legal
iBUbdivlsipn   ol   forty   acres   of   Bench
i Land.     Residence   is   required,  for   at
least six months iu each of li\�� years.
Total cultivation required to earn pai-
,ont for a twenty acre homestead, ten
i acres cleared  and  six cultivated, and
, if the remaining twenty acres is- preempted by the homesteader, an additional ten  acres cleared and six nul-
A hardy young explorer, M. Hallier
du Baty, who accompanied Dr. Charcot on  liis  previous  Antarctic .expedl-
iin ad-
md his
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
August 15 lo 20
ind since Ibrother Henri devoted   the whole of
Reid has'"11'''' small fortunes.
Two and a half years ago they purchased a Boulonge Ashing boat, fifty-
live feet In length, renamed her the
J. B. Charcot, and having fitted ber
out with the aid of some private
friends, set sail with a crew of four
other young companions for the desert
In
island  of  Kerguelen,
the Indian ocean.
In the forty-ton fishing boat they
have successfully completed a voyage
of 16,000 miles.
Alter a tine outward trip as far as
Rio de Janeiro t hey encountered a terrible cyclone between that port and
the Island of Trlstoti d'Acunha, which
was reached In twenty tlays from Rio,
There they found a population of
eighty-three souls, which they describe
as half-civilized and as of English origin
From Tristan d'Acunha to Kerguelen took another month's sailing. The
little boat was buffeted by heavy
storms off the Cape, but the desert
isle was safely reached in March,
MO?,.    Fifteen  months  were spent  In
the  south  Ofjtivated   cither   on   the   homestead   or
pre-emption,,   no  additional   residence
; for  the  pre-emption.    Price of  preemption,   live   dollars  per  acre, payable in live Installments with interest.
Conditional purchase entries may be
obtained   for   twenty   acres  of   Bench
Land   by   a  male   over   eighteen   and
otherwise   eligible   and   not   holding
'homestead or pre-emption.    Residence
required only  for six  mont lis during
|the   fifth   year   but  cultivation   duties
| Increased.   Price, ten dollars per acre,
Ifive installments.
$30,000 IN   PRIZES AND  PREMIUMS.
Specially low rates from all points,
on railways and boats.
Exhibits sent as freight on Canadian
lines will he returned free.
Superb and unique attractions In
Speeding Events and Dog Show.
Spectacular '-Fighting the Flames."
Broncho Busting Competition, Wood
Chopping Contest, Trotting and Pacing Events and Hunt Club Races.
Lntries close August 1. Write for
prize list und Information to
JAS.   ROY,
Manager    and.    Secretary    Vancouver
Exhibition   Association.
Bench Lands in this division are
lands below twenty-live hundred
(L'.fiini) feet above sea level. Uplands
are lands above that altitude and are
subject only to disposition by quarter
sections   under   homestead   entry   or
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
From there be was called to, observations and hunting seals.
In November the    monotonous   life
was varied by the arrival of a Nor-
besides bring
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B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading
Co.
LUMEBR
TURNED
Telephone
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All  Kinds of
LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE
FANCY GLASS.
STOCK     PLAIN     AND
J years.    _	
Jedburgh, where he stayed some two
years, where he was specially blessed
in evangelistic efforts.    While he was
I at  Jedburgh   a   call   w-as   received   to
I Dumbarton.   Thence he was called to
Cathrine, Ayrshire, his native couuty,
Where  he  spent   live   very   successful
, years.    In ISfiU he received a call to
: the Troutbeck Congregational church.
I Windermere,  built  by  the  saintly  R.
i M. Somervell.
During his ministry there    be was
brought Into touch with the brightest
minds of  both  Europe  and  America,
the Lake District of England being a
I favorite  resort  for   professional   men
seeking  rest  and  recreation.    Among
j some of his warm friends at this time
! may be mentioned, Drs. Guthrie, Edin-
I burgh;   Binney, London;   Parker, Lon.
don;  Raffles, Liverpool;   Matrin, Lon-j
I don;   Spurgeon,  London;   Sir  Francis1
I Crossley, M.P., Halifax, and the noble
hearted   William   Carver,  of   the   city !
of Manchester.
| ln ISliT he received a unanimous call
to the Manchester road Congregation-;
al church, of Burnley, Lancashire, at
which place he was twelve years in !
all. when failing health necessitated
his resignation, and at the suggestion
of his friends he came to the Pacille
coast, commencing his ministry in reorganizing the First Presbyterian
church, Victoria, where he remained
for nearly six years.
In 1SN0 he spent six months in San
Francisco, supplying the First Congregational church on leave of absence,
and assisting at Moody's meetings,
etc.
In 1SS1 ho returned tn England to
his former charge in Burnley for over
four years. On his return to British
Columbia he became assistant to Bishop (.'ridge, of the Reformed Episcopal church in Victoria and Xew Westminster.    He is now retired.
Flooded
hay  pur-
hy   legal
exploring the island, making scientific ] grazing   lease   to   settlers.
lands  may  he  reserved  for
poses or  leased  to  settlers
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ subdivisions.
weglan steamer, wllich, besides bring-j Entree fee for homestead, pre-emp-
ing news of the outside world, left j tlon and conditional purchase is ten
welcome supplies of tobacco, coffee I dollars for each entry. After securing
and other comforts. The only other | patent in connection with tlie land
vessel that visited the island during first entered for, tne settler may se-
their prolonged stay was a French j cure another entry and so on, but not
sealer. | for more than a total of one hundred
In June last year the party started iand sixty acres,
for Australia. They bad a terrible j Entries under tho British Columbia
passage of fortyfive days, during ! Dominion Land Regulations, effective
which time one storm after another'on the 2nd July, 1910, may on and
was encountered and several times all J after that date he made for hinds then
hope was abandoned. It was only by^open to entry. Any lands withdrawn
throwing out oil that the boat was kept I from timber berths, as well as newly
Take notice that I, J. A. McGowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C., accountant, Intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on aud in tlie following described lands;
Commencing at a post marked J.
A. McG., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner ot Section li?,, in Township 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District; thence north
80 chains; tlience east 80 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west
80 chains to point of commencement
and containing  (140 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
day of June, A.D., 1910.
J. A. McGOWAN.
afloat.
Melbourne was reached after two
years' absence from civilization. The
sale of the seal oil collected sufficed to
pay tho small crew's wages, but for a
long time all efforts to sell the now
sadly deteriorated fishing boat proved
unavailing.
The young explorer was six months
in   Mel borne   before   be   managed   to
dispose of the craft to a Numean captain for a "handful of gold."   This, he j
! says, was his ransom and with a heart [
rather heavy at parting with the ves-l
! sel that  had safely carried him over
I 15.000   miles  of  ocean   he  took    the j
I passenger steamer from which he has |
: just landed at Marseilles.
He will report on his voyage and j
j observations to the Academy and thej
| Geographical society.
surveyed lands, will before becoming
available for entry require advertisement for thirty days. "Surveyed"
Lands for the purpose of entry means
legal subdivisions abutting on a surveyed line, or, in case of Uplands,
quarter sections abutting on a surveyed line.
For further Information apply to the
Dominion Land Ofllce, New Westminster, B. C.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
WATER   NOTICE.
HUSBAND  KEPT  HIS WIFE'S
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I. John Beckett, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
SKELETON IN CUPBOARD IQ \ .
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Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
12 New Westminster
Box
WESTERN HUSTLE.
"YOU NEEDN'T        M
COME AROUND'
to our office every time you
need a ton of coal���any of our
drivers will be g'ad to take
your order. Then, too, a postal will bring about the same
result���good coal lu your cellar at short notice. Also, our
phone is Id good order, and
their numbers are 15 and 16.
Conl procured here Is crack-a-
jack coal, however sot-tired.
Prince Albert, June SO.���A good example of western hustle hero was seen
yesterday when a deal was closed
whereby the Starland theatre will
ope.n in Prince Albert In a few weeks.
The representatives arrived at 10:30
and the deal was closed, the contract
for excavation for the new building
was let and teams were at work by
1:30 on the excavation. The building
will be three stories, 30 x 132 feet.
Vienna. June 30.���An extraordinary
instance  of  a husband's  devotion  to
his wife's memory lias just been repealed at Bukharest.
I    An   inventory  of   property  left   by
Miklos  Denner,  a  merchant was  be-
jing   made,   when   the   skeleton   of   a
i woman  was discovered  locked  up  in
a cupboard.    It was at first thought
'that  a  murder  had  been  committed,
but Inquiry showed that the skeleton
was that of Denner's wife, who died
a natural death ten  years ago,    and
was burled in the ordinary way.
The husband was inconsolable till
he secretly exhumed his wife's remains, and hid the skeleton ln the
cupboard, which always stood in his
bedroom.
The skeleton is to be relnterred In
Denner's grave.
corner, planted at the S. E. corner of Section 31, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District: tlience north 80 cliains;
thence west SO chains; thence south
|80 chains; tlience east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing ��')40 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth
day of June, A.D., M10.
JOHN  BECKETT.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Before Buying
That Furniture
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, T. Walters, of
Abbotsford. B.C., engineer, intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, R.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and ln the following described lands:
Commencing at. a post marked T. W.,
S. W. corner, planted at the S. W.
corner of Section 32, in Townsliip 19.
Municipality of Sumas. New Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; thence east 80 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence west SO
chains to point of commencement and
containing  (140  acres.
Dated at Abbotsford. B.C., this 9th
day of June,  A.D., 1910.
T.   WALTERS.
FOR QUICK SALE j
Lot on Regina Street, between First
and Sec6nd Streets.    Price	
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Lot on Princess Street,
near Fourth	
$475
$425
It ��� ���
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' X look over our nice new stock���com- *
��� pare prices���-then   figure   up how
| much you can save by buying from
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
for
Must have  ALL CASH as Client is leaving
for the East
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster'City Specialists
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r us.   New goods arriving every day. |
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I Shades.   We stock the best colors |
��� X and combinations, in all sizes.
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Notice to    Contractors���Tenders
Laying Water Main:
Tenders will he received hy the undersigned  for the laying and jointing
of about fourteen (14) miles of 25-tnch
Steel   Rivetted   pipe  and  about  8,000
feet  each of Ill-inch and  13-lnoh Lnp-
welded  Steel   pipe.    The    tender    in-
] eludes hauling tlie pipes, fixing of all
| valves  and  specials,    construction  of
I bridges, culverts, etc.   Plans, profiles,
! specifications,   conditions  of  contract
! and  further  Information   may  he  obtained from the City and Waterworks
Engineer, .!. W. B. Blackman, on receipt of a marked cheque, value $50,
which will he returned on receipt of
a bona fide tender.   A marked cheque
for flve per cent of the amount must
accompany each tender.
Tenders will be received up to 5
p.m. of June 27, 1010. The lowest
or any tender not necessarily accepted.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall,  New Westminster, June
8, 1010.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.'
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license  in  the  New Westminster Division  of  New   Westminster  District,
ta)   The  name of  Company,   Vancouver  Power  Company,  Limited.    The
I head ofiice at the City of Vancouver,
British Columbia.   Tlie capital, $2,500,-
000,  divided   into  2,500,000   shares of
$1.00 each, all fully paid up;  ih) The
name of the lake, stream or source,
unnamed stream running through section 29, block 5, north range 2, west,
thence   iu   a  northwesterly   direction
flowing   into   the   Fraser   river;    (c)
Tlie point of diversion, 2,300  feet in
a   southeasterly   direction   from   the
southeast corner of section 10, block
5, north range 2, west;  (d) The quantity  of  water applied for,  .liiii  cubic
feet  per  second;   (e)   The  character
of the  proposed works, a small  dam
and  pipe  line;   (f)  The premises on
which    the    water    is   to    be    used,
two (2), three (3) and four (1). group
two   (2),  New  Westminster  District;
(g) The purpose for which the water
is  to  be  used, domestic;   ih)   If  for
irrigation describe the land Intended
to      be      irrigated,      giving      acreage,   no;    (i)    If   the   water   is   to
be    used    for    power    or    mining
purposes describe the place where the
water is to be returned to some na-
itural  channel,  and the difference in
I altitude   between   point   of   diversion
and point of return, no;   (])  Area of
Crown land intended to be occupied
by   the   proposed   works,   none;    (k)
This  notice  was  posted  on  the  2nd
day   of   June,  1010,   and   application
will be made to the commissioner on
the 13th day of July 1010;   (1)  Give
the  names  and addresses of any riparian   proprietors  or  licensees   who
or whose  lands are likely  to be affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet, none;  (m)
The part of the Memorandum of Association  of  the  company   wllich authorizes the proposed application and
works reads as follows: "(3) The objects for which the company ls established and to which objects the Company are restricted are the acquisition
of water and water power by records
of  unrecorded  water or  by  the  pur-
] chase of water records or water privileges for,  lg)  Rendering water
and   water  power  avallahle   for   use,
DENNY  &   GALLOWAY
II HOME FURNISHERS I
; | 43-45 Sixth Street       -      |-       New Westminster 1
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The time for receiving tenders for
above has been extended to Monday,
July 4, at 5 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY        NEWS
application and distribution by erecting dams, increasing the head of water   In   any  existing  body   of   water,
or extending tlie area thereof, diverting the waters of any stream, pond or
lake into any other channel or channels,  laying or erecting any  line or
flume, pipe or wire, constructing any
race-way,   reservoir,   aqueduct    weir,
wheel, building, or other erection or
work which may be required in connection   with   the   Improvement  and
use of the said water and water power  or  by  altering,  renewing,  extending,   improving,   repairing,   or   maintaining any such works or any part
thereof."   (n)   The   Company   applies
for a license to store water. The place
of the proposed reservoir for storing
the said water ls section twenty-nine
'20). block five (5), north range two
(2)  west;   (o)  The means by which
lt. Is proposed to store the water, by
I dam;   (p)   The area of the reservoir
site  or  sites  at  each  foot  In  depth
above the outlet, the depth above the>
outlet    will    approximately    average
about six or seven feet;   (q)   How It
Is proposed to acquire the land necessary for the purpose, by purchase, or
if necessary by expropriation;  (r) Approximately the number of acre feet
intended    to    be   impounded,    20,000
square feet.
VANCOUVER POWER CO.. LTD.
R. H. Sperling. General  Manager.
i    Vancouver, B. C. BHHHNWfl
PAGB EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, JULY 1, 19l(r
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
Put in a few mont lis here, you cannot dispute tlie fact that by putting in
a few months preparation here, it will
be the nucleus of a savings account
that is bound to bring accrued interest.
Come here���put in a few months in
conscientious study to improve and
secure a practical business training,
which is bound to increase your earning capacity, which in turn increases
your savings account.
This institution gives the same conscientious   attention   to  tlie   student's
Mrs. F. H. Green, of 416 Third avenue, will not receive again until
October.
When ut  White Rock pick out your
| camp  site  and   then   consult   White,
Shiles & Co. as to prices and terms.**
Rev. A. Del5. Owen and family lett
yesterday for tluir summer camp,
where they will spend the next two
months.
For a pleasant cool drink, try tlie
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
The Great  Northern has put a new
engine  on   the   local   run   trom   here
1 to Aldergrove and a better service is
, expected.
For   Geraniums,    Dahlias   and    all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
I Davis' Greenhouse, R 208. **
N. il. McQuarrie lefl yesterday for
Vernon   in   connection   with   a   large
1 fruit  lands deal  In wliich his firm  is
Interested.
Carloads in and more on the way.
See our stock. We defy competition,
For Anything in the Furniture line
come to W.  E, Fales. **
The B. C. B. R. will run two extra,
cars to Vancouver at  one o'clcok  today and will continue the extra ser-1
vice  during  the   day   as   long  us   thej
business lasts.
A  special   meeting of  the  board  of
school trustees was held yesterday afternoon,  when   Misses   Margaret   Wil-'
son, Beatrice Hardman and Gertrude
Wells were appointed to tlie teaching
stuff, though not assigned to any particular school.   Miss Riigli, of Sapper-
ton, was promoted from Division 4 to '
Division   2,   where   she   will   rank  as;
first  assistant.    A  telegram  was  ordered   sent   to   William   Woods, B.A., j
of  St.   Andrews.   N.   IL,  offering  him
the   position   of   fourth   assistant   at',
the Boys Central school. |
CARD  OF  THANKS.
The family of the late Mrs. Shaw,
of Co(|ii. liiim, wish to express llieii
gratitudi for the kindness and sympathy extended by the ninny friends
in their recent bereavement.
Constables Gill, Hay and Walker
today cease their duties on the city
police force and the two new men,
Stanton and Rhodes, pin on a city
uniform for the first time.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served there. **
TOWN OF MESSINA  IS
SLOWLY BEING REBUILT
advancement and welfare as does the i near  Burnaby,   was  entered    a    few
Messina,  June   30.���While   the     re-
habitation  of  Messina   proceeds   very i
slowly   the   "Regina   Elenatown,"   on
the mountain silo overlooking the old
city, gives the Impression of a prosperous, well regulated American villa |
colony.    It is a spotless  town in the)
best sense of the word, and no one isl
permitted   to   live   there   who   doesn't J
bind   himself  to  observe     the     most i
| stringent     sanitary     rules.     Persons!
Adams' store on the Pole Line road,| wishing to acquire property must bind
parent.
Day session the entire year.
610
A. L. BOUCK,
Columbia   St. Principal.
Seasonable
THKRMOS  BOTTLES���Pts..   Qts.
.    BATHING CAPS���25c up.
WATER  WINGS���oOfl.
LIME JUICE���25c;   .1.50 gal.
LEMON POWDER���25c.
SUNBURN LOTIONS���25c.
FOOT  POWDER���25c.
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Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Crystal Theatre
KNIGHT   &   VERNER,  Proprietors.
SPECIAL ATTRACTION
For Friday and Saturday.
m Al Programme
STORAGE
HERBERT P. VIDAL
Market Square
| nights ago and a number of watches
I and other articles were stolen.    The
| police have  not  yet located  the robbers.
McQuarrie Bros, are now ready to
i do   business   in   the   real   estate  and
insurance lines.   Otlice, 609, Columbia
street. **
There were forty-nine cases In tha
city police court during the month of
June. The cases are divided into sixteen different classes but fortunately
none of them were very serious, theft
being the Worst offence.
McQuarrie Bros, are specialists in
N'ew' Westminster realty. Watch their
advertisements for bargains. *���
Nicola Augustina. an Itnliiirl In tlid
employ of the Hassam Pavement company, died yesterday of pneumonia.
He was twenty-one years of age. The
funeral will take place today to the
Roman Catholic cemetery.
Sons of Scotland picnic to Westminster Junction, July 1, Sports,
highland dancing and piping. Trains
leaves 9:10 a.m. Come and have a
good time. **
A couple of photogiaphs showing
the first work done on the commencement of work on the Canadian Northern are on exhibition in McQuarrie
Brothers' window on Columbia street
and are attracting considerable attention.
Secure a permanent summer honip
at the seaside now, before the prices
rise. Lots at all the nearby seaside
resorts have advanced one hundred
per cent in the last two years and
next year they will show a similar
advance over present prices. White
Rock has the best beach, train service and water supply. See White.
Shiles & Co. for prices ahd terms. **
The Westminster Woodworking Co.,
of wliich James Brookes is the sole
proprietor, lias just completed the
erection of another extension to their
works. Mr. Brookes purposes using
this for an entire rearrangement, of
the machinery, whereby the handling
of the wood from the log to the finish piece of cabinet work shall be
carried out ns expeditiously as possible. Mr. Brookes reports a steady
increase of business.
themselves to garnish the balcony of
the little house placed at his disposal
with flower beds and to have fresh
curtains at the windows. Among the
inhabitants are 700 couples who married shortly after the earthquake and
received as a wedding gift $60 from
tlie Queen.
The re-building of the old town has '
begun,  but not  a single, house  more i
than   thirty-feet   in   height   is  permit- I
ted and all must be so constructed as!
to be able to withstand earthquakes.
The streets are to be broadened, none
to be less than sixty-feet.    There are
now about 60,000  people  In   Messina. |
one-half   of   whom   live   in   barracks,
There will be no rent collected until
January  of  next  year  and  no  taxes.
Twelve  public  schools  are    operated
knd there are twenty-six miles of wa-
ter pipe.
IMPERIAL LEAGUE FORMED
TO SOLVE LABOR SHORTAGE
To  promote  thfl  emigration  or  de-1
serving  Britishers to Canada, and  to |
arrange for tlie founding of towns in |
this   province   named   after   those   in :
tlie Midlands of England, an Imperial |
league has been formed in Great Brit- j
ain under the honorary presidency of
Joseph Chamberlain.   Norton Griffiths,
M.P.,  the  president,  and  one  of  the I
principal promoters of Lie scheme, and
others associated with him have taken
up a large tract of Iand on the line of!
the  Grand Trunk  Pacific  railway  on
which the proposed immigrants, many ;
of whom will be adapted to fanning.
will settle.
During a recent  visit made to the |
Old Country, Graham Forester, of Vic-1
toria,   identified     himself    with     the
League in question and has been made j
its representative in British Columbia, j
Mr.  Forester in  his new capacity  Isl
now in a position to supply any con-1
tractor   with   skilled    and     unskllle 1
labor  drawn  from   residents  of    tlie
British   Isles.    As  well   as  arranging
for the despatch of emigrants to this
province and other parts of Canada |
the new Imperial  league  will  attract
the attention of British capitalists and
manufacturers to this portion of tlie
Dominion.   In effect, the motto of the
new organization Is "The British Empire for the Britisli Race."
Ulsterking   Is   Winner.
London. June 30.���In the Prince of
Wales' stakes  run here today, Ulster-
king captured  first place.
PHONE 475.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite  B. C.  E.  R.  Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
PALMA
SOAP
Made  of
Palm and Olive Oils.
Only  25c  a   Box.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane   Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
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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 extendfng from First to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.   Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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We   Must
Make   Way for th
Contractors
By July 15 we expect t 0    have    the    builders    forcing    us out    of    the     Millinery    and     lious
furnishing Sections.
Everyone  will  find  in this great Alteration Sale things they are Deeding now at far below whal
they will pay when this sale has come to an end.    Only an  urgent demand for clearance, and a progic
slve spirit wliich calls lt hotter policy  to cut prices now  when  stocks are fresh  than  later when dirl
and dust have done tlieir worst makes possible such sterling reductions on tlie best of merchandise,
Fine Lisle Hose 35c Per Pair
Regular values 50 to R5c. A week-end snap made possible through
our determination to clear out all odd lines. In the lot of Hose on
sale at this price are Women's Lace Lisle, Embroidered Lisle, and
Sheer Plain Lisle in Black and Colors. We cannot offer all sixes
in each line, but a full range of sizes is possible by selecting from
the many  varieties on sale.    On sale today, per pair, 35c.
Women's and Children's Cotton
Underwear at Special Sale Prices
Here again Sale Prices rule on every garment. We handle almost
exclusively Watson's Fine Knit Cotton t'nderwear. The quality can
be depended on. Sizes are full. They are finished nicely and an immense variety of styles and weights can be had. We make a specialty
of Special Large Out Sizes. Over 50 dozen Undervests, Drawers and
Combinations on the sale tables today.
Hemstitched Pillow Slips 20c
A fortunate purchase at a special low price enables us to offer
a superior Hemstitched Pillow Slip In 40, 42 and 44 Inch widths at
20c each. We have about 25 dozen and they go on sale at a price
sure to clear the lot in a few days. All sizes. Each 20c. Regular
values 25 and 30c.
Embroidered Fronts
and Waist Lengths
at Less Than Half
Price---Two Lots, 1st
lot at 85c each
Lot 1 contains 10 oni;
Fine Embroidered Lin..,
Fronts with portion for Collar and Cuffs nnd Embri ;
dered Mill Waist Lengths.
Slightly soiled and mussed.
Regular prices $1.60 to J3.W.
Your choice, each, 85c.
2nd Lot at $1.35
Lot 2 contains Heavy
White Linen Blouse Lengths
with fronts heavily embrol-
ed and Fine Embroidered
Lawn Waist Lengths. All
good       qualities. Regular
prices   $275   to   $:t.75.    Your
choice,   each,   $1.35.
10 Only
Kmbroidered Mull and
Lace Net Semi-Ready Uobes.
half price to clear.
One Lot of Corset Cover Embroidery, 25c yd.
HI and IS Inch White Corset.
Cover Embroidery. Splendid
heavy material, nicely worked
with good linn edge and ribbon
spaces. Regular values 50 and
KOc.    Sale price to clear, 25c.
575 Yards of
Colored A/Vask
Mvslins 7 l-2c
per yard
The lot contains about 35
Knds of Colored Wash Muslins,
Dimities, Ducks and White Muslins. Regular values 12% to
20c.    Sale price, per yard, 7'/i��c.
Fancy Kimonas
95c each
Regular values $1.25 to $2.00,
Such an odd lot of styles and
colors that it is Impossible to
describe thorn. It Is enough to
say that they are made of Flannelette, Japanese Crepe, Fancy
Print, Percale and SUkoline. All
sizes in tlie lot. Sale price,
each, 95c.
All Wool Pleat-
ed Delaine 35c
per yard
Regular price 75c. Only
about 7ll yards in the lot, made
Up of Cardinal, Navy, Blown.
Sky, Black and Cream. All-wool
Delaine, 42 inches wide. Such
a price as 35c per yard will
quickly sell the entire lot. The
material is pleated ln one-third
Inch pleats, and is worth in
plain material 60c per yard.
Pleated it has always sold at
75c per yard. Now on sale, per
yard, 35c.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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