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White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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AUG 241910
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"WHITE   ROCK," THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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.UME
NUMBER 173,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, .MONDAY MOKXiNG, AUGUST 22, 1910.
PRICE FIVE ��BNTS.
TO HAVE
MOTHER BIG INDUSTRY
Listent Rumor That Eng-
lish Syndicate Will Estab-
lish Steel Works There.
n*. lai announcement  of the    fact
aB BagllBh syndicate capitalized
,. $2,000,000 will establish steel
at   Pert Maon,    the C. N.  R.
L_m across the rlTer, la expected
|,lie course of tbe next  few  days,
rumor that big Industrial capital-
. timely connected  wltb  the rail-
. company, had decided to locate
If- having heen persistent  for the
y lew tit*.'---
Tl���, syndicate is reported  to have
ased from thirty to  forty  acres
I waterfrontage as a site for    their
Ls but ii" mention of   the   price
\i for the land is made.
boring the past week a large num-
r oi sales of land close to the town-
, have heen put through, mostly by
Incomer linns.  Merrltt  &  Worsnop
[dint: i" the number of transactions.
Lriott k Fellows    and    the    Home
(tate company have also negotiated
'eral lame deals.
Vliite, Shiles &. Co., of    this    city,
L pul through  a  number of deals
[Thursday and Friday, disposing of
pieces of acreage    fronting    on
i Hjorth road or close to that road.
the land sold by this firm ls ln
lotions adjoining the townsite.    Tbe
[vers were all Vancouver or eastern
veral big deals in property close
Port Mann  are  now  pending and
11 probably be completed early this
ek.
PL'MG LAO  IS
DROWNED AT VERNON
BURNING STUMPS ON
SUNDAY ANNOYS PEOPLE
Complaint Made to Police that Eighth
Avenue Resident Fails to Observe the Sabbath.
By engaging in the clearing of a
lot on Eighth avenue yesterday afternoon. In which the burning of stumps
played a conspicuous part, a man
named Graham caused considerable
annoyance to the religiously incliued
members of the community, according
to a telephone message received at
the police station. Tha informant asked that an officer be sent out to stop
the nuisance. Officer Matheson was
instructed to interview the stump
burner and make him acquainted with
the fact that his labors on tbe Sabbath were distasteful to a section of
the community.
Speaking with reference to the observance of Sunday in this city, Chief
of Police llradshaw stated that, in
spite of the fact that the Lord's Day
Observance act was not enforced In
this province, the morals of the community did not seem to suffer ln
consequence, The only class of people
who had made a practice of working
on Sundays, Chinese laundrymen. had
now ceased their activities, having
been warnei that their license next
year defended on a six-day week being observed In their establishments.
Since this edict went forth the Chinamen have abandoned their ironing
board and wash tub on Sundays and
are now conforming, In this respect
at least, to the white man's standard
of living.
PREMIER OF CANADA WILL BL
GIVEN GREAT RECEPTION HERE
Several Addretses to Be Tendered Dominion's First Citizen
at Queens Park���River Excursion if Time Permits
���Music Engaged For Wednesday Afternoon.
TRANSIT FROM SOURDOUGH 'M1NI0 CUP IS
TO SHRINED IMPRESSIVE! ^** mm
D. C. SALMON PACK
NOW 520,000 CASES
Preparations  for  tlie  big  reception j Mayor I,ee Is writing the civic address
to be tendeied    Sir Wilfrid    Lauiier, ,of welcome.
,,   ,.   ,,   ,,   ..   ,, ., .      After the three addresses have been
P. C, O. C. M. 0��� oa tbe occasion of | read   81_ mmi _.,��� dehvei. ,lla u(].
his visit to this city on Wednesday j dleBS replying to the three addresses
are rapidly taking form and by tomor- ln one speech In order to economize
row morning everv detail will have time, as l,ie Party wishes to return
beea decided upon and settled.   This i,0 Vancouver by seven o'clock ln tbe
: evening,
morning tho council of the board of During the afternoon the city band
trade meets to arrange Its part of the will dispense music at the park. The
program. This evening the Trades hand will be out In full strength,
and Labor council holds a special Should the weather be inclement,
meeting to discuss what stand, if any, the program outlined above will take
it wlll take in connection with the Pla(e ln tl>e mai" exhibition building,
premier's visit, and during the day which Is t,einB prepared for such an
meetings of the sub-committees form- emergency. The building will also be
ed on Friday in the Liberal Club use! should the Premier, from any
room will be held to decide upon cause whatsoever, be unable to reach
various details In connection with the thls city until the evening,
decorations, financing, reception, etc. Evt'r>' effort Is being made to in-
Conimittees representing the city duce Sir Wilfrid and his party to
council, the board of trade and the take '*- trlP <>n <-he river on one of the
Liberals of this city and district will steamers, but this will depend entiiely
all work in conjunction to make Sir on the amount of time at tlieir dis-
Wllfrid's visit here pleasant. The re- POsal. The intention of the reception
ceptlon will be strictly non-parti, an committee is to have the party spend
members of all shades of political a couple of hours on the water if pos-
opiniou being heartily  invited to    at-1 sible.
Picturesque   Pageant Startles  Dawson
City   People   When   Seventy   Five
Candidates Travel to Mecca.
���UTCHB
Alderman and Mrs. J. B. Jardine returned on Saturday from Dawson
City, where they had been Tor a cou
pie weeks. Mr.
Vancouver's For X'n
Slipped Away in
Quarter on Saturday.
Hope
Last
i t
The crisis is past.   Vancouver's oufc-
Jardiae being one of 'Blde chance ls no more and the Mug:
a part, of Masons who went north to ?' JS?*" li safe    In    the    Carnegie
'     * , library cabinet for another few week*
initiate seventy-five brothers Into the ^-"-.9.?, the ueit attempt to filch it
order of the Mystic Shrine. Others away being probably due this full.
from Oils citv who made the trip and .when Newsy Lalonde's Batailleura
who hare now retained are Alderman  may be expecte.l In these parts witte
. _ , fell designs on the silverware,
and Mrs. C. A. Welsh, Mr. and Mrs. Had Vancouver won on Saturday
C. S. Richmond aud Sheriff T. J. Arm-j and then won every succeeding game,
strong. |and then won the necessary deciding
Concerning   the   ceremonies   which \**m* ,0 Bettle the B- C. championship,,
.... ,     .        , .,     ,     tlie cup would have left Westminster.
accompanied the conferring of the de-  sl|,.p     Bnt |t WM tQQ bJg ft colU|ac*
gree, the Dawson Daily News says:      and now the suspense is over.
The   strangest   lot   of   stampeders j    There was no question   about   the
that ever moved tbrough the streets Salmon   Bellies'   victory  on   Saturday
. r. i   11 .,   .    .    i   .v.,      r.       afternoon at Queens    park,    for   the
of Dawson held thslr trek  this after-   _���-���. K���, ���j    ,  ,, J     ,       '      ,
score board at the end   of   the   day
noon. The Mystic Shriners of Giseh snowed Westminster ln ownership or
temple were leader?., the officers from'nine goals, while the Vancouvei end
Victoria, and  the Dawson club mem-'of tlle ,a"y indicator could only sup-
bers and the new candidates seventy- P��rt thevSgau���11four-  P   ,
Wrangling a Feature,
five  strong  formed  Hie  line. >    More interesting games of lacrosse
It was a  picturesque and touching have been seen this season than Sat-
pageant.    First came  the royal  trail  urday's fixture, but there Is one fe*
in
.tntk-uin. Aug. 21.���Hia   arms   en-
igled In the coils of a fishing line,
bod)  of Tommy   Muir,  a  Vernon
Iemist, wae found submerged In five
i at the C. P. H. wharf on
ireday afternoon. A Commercial
neller waded in and brought the
id; ashore    Early in the afternoon j son
lad, accompanied by  his brother i
\   i other boy, went down to
iwharf to fish.    Both    left Tommy,
ra time and in some way he slipped
[the wharf. The water was not very!
(ep, but the tishing    line    becoming
Itanglitt about   his  arms,   prevented
lr.i lrom struggling out of his depth.;
le 1,hI. with his brother, was  vlsit-
tlieir    uncle,  W.    A.    Shatford,
itherof I. W, Shatford, M. P. P. for
tTiilkaimcii.    The  body   was
ck to Veinon yesterday.
Output to  Date  Below  Production
Corresponding   Year���Season
Ends   Thursday.
of
taken
Vancouver Exhibition a Succces.
IVaacouver,    Aug.    Bl,���Vancouver's
[M exhibition, which came to a cUwe
1st night, was iu almost every  way
Imaged success.    With  an attendee* roughly estimated at Ja.tuiO ior
i wt'ck. tit, treasurer hoi** to show
|I*I:uh* of 112,000 on the right .side
tt* sheet    The formal oi��ening day
'Tuesday lust, Laurier day it might
'tallei, with  its attendance of 30.-
Bwamped  all  other*  but,   .vvery
Ji! sin.i the crowd has ran vneli Into
f* ftnit-a,.
BtSI PICTURES TO BE
SHOWN IN UPEiU HOUSE
The total pack of sockeye salmon
Hritish Columbia waters this sea-
is estimated at approximately
520,000 cases. As yet. packing has not
ceased on the Skeena. Naas and
Fraser livers, but the best of the run
at all three points is over, and can-
nera declare that when the final count
is made the total will not vary a
great deal from tha figures given. In
1906 the pack was 629,460 cases.
On the Kraser river this season i ,.���
estimated sockeye pack to Amu. .s
140,000 cases, it is declared i..at
when the eenu)a ends here next
Thursday, the tola] sockeye pack of
tills river will not be greatly ln ex-
cess of the figure named.
Canners estimate tha sockeye salmon pack of Hritish Columbia as follows: Fraser .river, 140,000 cases;
Rivers inlet, 123,000 cases; Skeena
river, 160.000 rases; Naas river, 28,-
000 cases. aud outside rivers, 75000
cases. '
Iu the northern .part of Southeastern
Alaska the run of salmon appears to
be at an end, according to advices
Just received from ley straits. The
canners there declare they will be unable to Becune their expected pack
owing to the failure of the humpback
run. In tbe southern part of Southeastern Alaska a fairly large run of
pinks recently occurred, aud the canners there aie reported to have dona
well.
tend. {    An invitation to remain in this city
The Premier's party is due to reach for a luncheon was tendered the
Vancouver from Prince Rupert about j Piemier, but he felt compel.ed to de-
eleven o'clock on Wednesday morn- cline. i I��,
ing. After taking luncheon In thej included among the crowd which
Terminal City Sir Wilfrid will come] will gather at Queens park to do
over in a B. C. E. R. observation car, Honor to Canala's flrst citizen will be
if the weather is fine, or, if it is rain-, a repiesentative contingent of French
ing, in an automobile. The party la Canadians from Fraser Mills, to whom
expected here about two o'c'ock, and it is probable, the Premier will ad-
wlll be met at the outskirts of the city dress a few words in his own and
by a deputation representing the city thtir native tongue. The arrange-
and  tbe  Liberal  association.                 | ments in connection with this are not
Reaching Queens park over the old yet completed,
route, the Premier will be escorted to
a platform to be erected on the oval,
where he will he presented with addresses from tiie city, the Liberal associations an.l the board of trade.
The address of the Liberal association, which is being written by George
Kennedy    and    engrossed    by    D.    A.
Shiles, will be one of the finest tender-j
ed the Premier on his western tour.    J*._. .,
f the board of tiade is   the fitness of things that the private
II. Stuart Wade. | residence should  be decorated.
breaker, tramping down the sands and
dodging nigger heads. Then came the
royal musicians, beating the tomtoms, and piping out weird music to
the mascot, who rode on a Shetland
pony.
Behind   were tlie   cymbal   smasher
and bis royal attendants.
ture for  which  this    encounter    will
take some beating.   This Is the number of disputes and wordy battles in-
'dulged ln, the trouble spreading from
the players to the officials and friends,
of  the  teams.    For  several   minutes
ithe newspaper men paid little   attention to the match, being too deeply en-,
grossed in the free and easy dialogue*
'going on among the occupants of the
A request ls made that all residents
who possess flags display them on the
Premier's visit in order to give the
I city a bright appearance, not only
I along tlie route to be traversed by
the distinguished party, but ln all
parts of tlie city. All the public buildings, provincial as well as Dominion.
I will be gay with bunting on Wednes-
1 and it is only in accordance with
Next came the grotesque novitiates, 1 favored bench on the field. Everybody
... , ������,,,���j    i���  wrangled, the penalty timekeepers ex-
the   happy   candidates   wreathed   In.       ^     Mess.s.  Wright and  Savage
smiles and the most variegated lot of  broke  up  the combination by declin-
par .88 seen in Dawson since the first ing to enter into any polemics,
strike.    Parkas with stripes diagonal, I    The result, or rather the lack of re-
.     ,      . ,    _4 ,  ���      , ,   , suit,    of   the    Spring-Howard     oolica
stripes  horizontal,   stripes   scrambled, '        ��� .      ,   '.,                            ,.   -
p                                  " court    aftair    in  \ ancouver    provided!
parkas with all the figures ami sym- food for solne ot (lle ^g line dis,.us_
bols of the days of Adam; some with sions, in the course of which Malt
flounces; some with collars about the Barr prove 1 himself a past master of
wala\  and   son.e   with   collars   ;.u, 'epanee.    Resenting a remark to tha-
effect that some   of    the    \ ancouver
neckties  about  the  feet;   some  with
men  had  changed  their opinion  once-
1 he address of
being prepared by C.
skirt effect; and some with bath robe they crossed the portals of the police
simplicity: some built on the balloon court, which he interpreted to Include
:cut, some on the divided skirt plan, himself, Matt burst out "An Inslnua-
Everything to put Kidia. Arabia, tion equals an accusation," aad pro-
Egypt and China iu the shade, and to ceeded to demonstrate this at lengtte
Pad
NEW BOAT IS CLIPPING      EARLY CALLS DISTURB
THREE DATS OFF JOURNEY      SLUMBERS OF FIREMEN
Morning Fires Give Brigade Work on
Saturday and Sunday���Blacksmith Shop Destroyed.
and to his satisfaction.
Fortunately none of the battles got
beyond the talk stage and everybody
parted good friends, on the sui face at
least.
A Disputed Goal.
Towards the end    of    the    second!
Zelandia, on MuiJen Trip from Sydney
to Victoria, Is Smashing all Existing  Records.
A wireless message which reached
Victoria yesterday afternoon lndicae^
that tbe new Canadian-Australian
liner Zualandla, which ls making her
maiden trip from Sydney to Victoria
and Vancouver, will reduce Uie Lime
of the journey from this coast to Australia by at least three days. When
ihe wireless leached the Capital City
the Zelandia was 740 miles away
irom her destination. If nothing goes
wrong in the meantime the new boat
will complete the trip lu
davs. Instead of twentyoue
bee
make gay Paree forgotten
The hoys were all on the string.
They were strung out for a block,
each hanging desperately to the hemp.
Each be-parkied novice carried a little umbrella to shed the sun and keep
off the blue snow. B
After thet woi tides lu parkies came quarter Pat Feeney scored a goal after
monitors In white, currying the royal a  fine dodging  run around  the Van-
Insignia  of  the  graudees.   Following couver  defence  field.    The bail   was-
them were two giant oxen, being led no more than in the net when Referee?:
to the slaughter for the feast w .ich  Billy Ditchburn    found . himself   sar-
will  follow  the strenuous sessionjUo- rounded by half a dozen excited and
night.    Then came the royal doriHey angry Vancouver   players   who   con-
carrying   the   most  excellent   bronco- tended that Pat had held the bull in*
buster of the party.   He beld his seat his stick with    his    thumb,    thereby
Campbell    and    Hamilton,   near   the ' gracefully.      Two    daring    bareback violating one of the rules of the gamer..
Westminster brewery    at   Sapperton,' steer ilders mounted the cattle at the Vancouver wanted the goal disailowr-
wa�� destroyed by flre early yesterday I beginning,  but  were  ghen  the   toss ed and at first Ditchburn seemed to-
morning, the call coming into fire hall  early in the game. incline   that   way,   but  on   ref:ecting;
No   4  at  one  o'clock.    "-������������-- *������ '     nii,.w���i    Pr,t��nrat0    fireen    was that he had not blown IiIb whistle and
fire was close to the    Brunette    saw i
A blacksmith    shop
belonging
near
to
hail, the firemen making a quick run
to the scene of danger.    The flames
had gained good headway by the time
.the fire laddies arrived and all that
eighteen \ could be done was   to    restrict    the
  as    has i burning zone.
en the case with other boats iu the I    The damage done will amount    to
IpaaL about $TO0. Insurance to the extent of
Tiie clipping of three days on this j $600 covered the .premises.
is   considered     a     remarkable " '    J~ " '       "*"
Believing the I    Illustrious    Potentate    Green
ul, ���oa w.w��� ���        mounted on a prancing steed.   Beside stopped the play, he decided he would.
mills, a call was sent in to the Central j the potentate strode in gallant form have to allow the tally.
the other officers of the temple, all | While this incident was being dls^-
gorgeously arrayed in gowns of rich- cussed in the field the game was stop-
est Oriental desi;;,n. Chief Lesier, ped for about ten minutes. Finally,
president of the Dawson club, carried seeing that his team was losing out
I the mysterious scimeter, prepared for in the argument, Harry Griffith used
the carving. an Insulting epithet.
Yesterday afternoon the ladies aux- j Ditchburn replied by handing Gi IP-
illary of the Shriners received at the fi th a penalty check for the reaiainder
Argonaut   in   honor  of   the   visiting of the game.    To complicate matters
��*s   *    Past    Events   Willi   EBe
Twelve Raet Square���GowS lP.ro-'
(Kan   (ur Opening  (Might
H'l;u. rht m���iVinK picture show .in
Ptt* Columhla will be
lesi".in��ta
h  He
ise is
poney t0
Americans Help Japanese.
Washington. Aug.-21.���A $5000 eon
tributlon   for  Uie  relief  of  the
sufferers in Japan was forwarded to-1
day by the American Ued    Cross    to{
Tokyo.
run   -_    	
achievement and wi'.l probably make
tlie  Zealandla the    most    patroulve t '<go\er
vZSv^nMishortly after ' ladies.    The drawing room was beau-  the player  refused to go  off,  where^
U^P^doct^ aTebro'kfrt on the'tifully decorated.   Rich Oriental tares- upon  the  referee  declared  he  would
ibout on the Canadian-Australian   run 'close to the G. U, U. station. The men
'trom No, 1 hall responded to the call,
flood ior the future.
opened in tlie
opeca house thl* even-
maiiagement of the aipera
���paring   neither   time nor
uaie it up to date In <wery ' the penal law
New York -May See Pictures.
New  Vork. Aug .21,���Attorney General O'Malley, In an opinion sent  to
day  to Governor Hughes
exhibitions    of    .thf
light   pictures  ar*
holds  that
Ieffries-Johnsou
not  a  violation  of
of the .state.
.secured,    a tiioi-
gi.wn  the  machine
���   ���* latest  mndttl   Kdlson  pir.tui;e
wine and the best films thai ,can
M�� have  he.eu
8,1 try-out
tch. "f"liiy f"v,wllBS' *vl*��n �� pictuu*
tali ,.si!ita'r*' W1��* /brown on the
ircor\i N"' "!jJ-T was this j>letur,e
Jj�� 'nan Ibe ordinary size of pl��
CT'"own by the ave .ajv.  house, but
Vis ah     i'8 h was llarRe' ^M4*
Manl!'"'.!""" H8 -nxi-Vd out by
���IV, ,, !''ly ffUl be very mnch
mtMt, 18tandar<l and will be
Ire fh. ," " woek" The following
tot/*1*"* Uli" wl" be Bhown,
fivers" ,rt '""""'row evening: "Lena
, ��� taken from the famous book
"%(.��*..' w,lttpn by Mary J.
Marshall v X>:l,s!Khled Duellists,"
lb," "a u, ,IIler8' Adopted Daugh-
fOonsui i ""nt in Russia" ami
KiderBrt\v M"nll0>'-"    This  film  Is
Ifom^ ' ��* experts tho best, animal
mats*       ever   sl'own   in moving
Mile a^..0' ">o program will in-
H,K In u 80lQ' "Cavallera Husti-
Nil vine ',rV """hton. the well
W "' U      *'   nml ,l Weal solo by
W"K tl'. ?' tho ����,era house tenor.
_ the ,*,llmo 'hat the pictures are
" H��pS5I - ,lu,llton'B   orchestra
When
FORGOTTEN!
Is   Native   Son   vs.   Foreigners
Match Coming Off ?
Away hack in the early stages of
the Bummer the Native Sons, after   a
banquet at which they had told each
of  the  great   things  they   were
celve I    the    b.jllhuit
team  coin posed
and had no difficulty in mastering the
���o-utlveak.
JUNIOR GA.W.E RESULTS
,IN  A TIE, FOUR ALL
Because pf their ability to finish
strong tne Kiist Knd juniors of Vancouver planted the Wes. Knd Juniors
of this city to a tie lu the second of
�� seiies of JncEOSSa matches for the
junior   championship   of the
.Miners to Pay Assessment.
:lndUnapolls, Aug ��1.-.After spend
ling almost all  last iiight .Ln delibera-1 cjlta,ient   0( the
tion, .the special   committee   of    the' -    ���
United .Mine Workers concluded to
leave tor the convention's .Icidsiou today the .amount of tbe ass.estimeut to
ibe levied .In support ol tiie .striklns
caaJ ulIih'.i*!.
U'aid  next  ��eek.
the  Victoria  Noi th
Saturday's  mateli
��� her ^^^^^
capable of, can
Hlea that a lacrosse
whollv of home biews could ma
other  local  aggregation  look
conviction    in   a.    Vancouver
e��_rt.    Punk .^m^topj^tt^  i~* P'ace at Queens park as a pre
jnarked as captain  Hmtoary to tte   professional    event.
.   . rliire   enough   Kor the first half the locals showed up
und   roped   In  a .dwsen   sine  enougi ^  ^   ^  U8ltorg>    havlne    a
Nad��B Sons.                                  with '��������� of tour to one In their favor ut
Btf Tommy Glttw* came bMIMmii|        beg(nnlng oS ^	
tii^woi^t* j.^-.-���-     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ * acm
ke any i coast the deciding game of which will
like  a he played Iu Victoria by the Vancou-
police ver toys against    "     "' '    ���  ���*'    *>
the   ex
Oriental rugs, exquisite Oriental wall to Westminster    unless    GritfiUi    ra-
sketches and unique designs in cush- tired.
ion and j iiloiws vlel wit.i the l rolu-1    Managers   Welsh   and   Con   Jone��r .
sion  of  nasturtiums   in   making   the j wbo had  been gradually encroaching
apartments brilliant.   The ladies were on the field, a few steps at a time,. .
charming. Tlieir beautiful gowns were had reached the centre of the trouble**
exceede 1 only  in  their  loveliness of by this time and took a hand in the
feature   and   grace    and    hospitality, proceedings.    Finally  Griffith    apolo
Cakes, tea,  and  Ices  were seivcd  to gized to Ditchburn and    accepted    a
all who came.    Sweet strains of Ori- penalty check for the remainder of tlie.
ental music floated fiom the hallway, quarter.
Dines' orchestra made the music I    When he reached the penalty ereiks-
The   Daily   Alaskan,   of   Skagway, he was informed that only thirty-five
gives the list of candidates initiated seconds remained   of   that    quarter:
Jail fitted Commit. UttWWft
Seward,    Alaska,     AUS���      l.T����
Klvett  ;i well known resident of .sew
;ed suicide unUy ">' *-a.ootius WM*1
t; rough the heart-
Jersey   Breeders  Organise.
Montesano, Aug. 21,���The Chehalis
Valley . ersey Bleeders' association ls
to be tin.  name of a new organization
to be effe ^ted in a few days.
Temblor Shakes Algiers.
Algiers, Aug. SL���A shock of earth
hiwsalf to tie hlUI
In  a .diwen   sure
thlid
that   time nothing    ui��*e
has
quai ter
      iii- stride
"beeii  and before the game ended they evuu-
Sv^^S ,:S��^n. Since The Vancouvers then got their stride
brazenly gave it as
the Native Sons were *s'aivd to meet
tbe other fellows, He eettped with a
warning that a repetition of that
opinion wo ul 1 be followed by a lynching, at which he would take a prominent and disagreeable part.
In dia- ed up the score, tieing the game. They
liis (.pinion that
beard ed the PrW��g4'J^-*-j1Rto \ win "tha mainland championship, hav-
cussing <&!s on Satwaa.   fl cneecnaiv./ _  _ _ __. ���..���t..,i������t������ ,.���,-���
Malcontents  Must Walt.
The  Malcontents,  who    had    ��MI>
len^ the regular aenior team to   J
,acroMe game .for tonight   wll' hav.
ing defeated the Westminster boys at
Recreation park on August 13 by four
goals to three.
Baseball Tomorrow.
At Queens park tomorrow evening
the  Balmorals  and  the  Maple  L'ats
will meet ln a city league game.   Play
will start at six o'clock sharp.
as K. A. Wert. A. J. Gillis, Vv'. C.
Creamer, D. Shaw, W. M. Cribbs, Sa.n
Henry, C. I. 'lennaat, M. H. Baker,
John Borland, Otto F. Knstner. O. C.
Upp, Geo. I. MacLean, Arthur Burd.
A. Sanders, S. J. Stewart, A. E. Lee,
H. L. Clemens, J.A . Scougale, N. Ta-
rallo, J. G. Cameron. G. W. Harkln
T. D. Galloway, J. A. Segbers, K. A
Forbes, A. .7. Peck, W. P. Brayton A.
R. Thompson, L. H. Titus, D. It. McLennan. C. K. Hirdning, Frank Lowe,
J. A. Fail-burn. A. Dewar R. P. Shaw,
H. Lutro, A. Lutro, C. P. Clements,
IP. S. Neill, E. S. Iionsldcs, T. G.
! Bragg. Turner Townsend, A. Crouse,
Geo. Norris Wlliams, Robert Mon-
ciielT, H. B. Isen.en, B. Van Vol ken-
burg, Thomas Milne W. G. R.i.ford,
W. Rendell, F. R. Osburn
dine.
This trifling penalty made the whola
affair a joke, with the referee occupying the position of monkey.
According to the constitution, section 3 of rule 10, Griffith should have
been sent off for the balanc > of the
game, profane language being classified as a deliberate foul. . .
The Game. i
For the second time this year Vancouver opened the scoring, Archie
Adamson doing the trick in two and a
half minutes. After this unusual
opening, Westminster directe.l its attention to the Vancouver end of the
field, Billy Turnbull making the fiist
attempt at netting the rubber, but
without success, Bun Clark Just saving, biting the dust immediately after
To  Discuss  Protest.
Lorne   Sharpe,    secretary   of   the
Westmiaster  Baseball  association,  is
J. B.   Jar- clearing.    After a little general play-
Westminster again  secured  an open-
a,at clans niuB'.c.
    - before being ac -due back from Boundary Bay this af- ter, P. R. Williams; second ceremon-
to wait a few days p     ular8   figure,tereoon.   His return from the summer inl m��6ter. Theodore Michael; captain
commodated,  as   tne  j��jb gg   ,_  re80ft wlu b, followed by the holding of the guard, E. E. Robinson; alchem-
out  that  three  9'7uVt .sont one toe of an association  meeting to liscnss let, C. E. Deal:  director, T. J    Arm-
���ff'iT.TK ai Aumsle toiay, nny- [five tali w"1�� ''e Jfft proUhly take the prote.' lodged against tbe Maple strong:    electrician,   Sid   D.   Wales;
WZ mZ southw���t of here,   Btv��-> I'gjg'^\t[ "- 2^ Leafs for p^ylnj nwegHte.ed me*,. camel te.der. George M. Perdue.
houses were damaged-
place
Officers of Cizeh Temple who con- lng and Grumpy Spring score!, fo!-
ducted tho Installation ste: I'ustrl- iowed shortly after by Len Turnbull..
ous Potentate, R. F. Giefn; chief ra-1 Then Bone8 Ailen added one to t?ief
ban, C. A. Welsh; assistant rabaa. W. Vancouver score at the other end after
W. Burke; high priest, S. Jones; Ori-' 80me classy close-in passing. Harry
���ental guide, W. H. Handler; recorder Godfrey threw in   another    Just    Imv
fore the close of the first quarter.
From then on the tallies zizzagged..
first one team and then tho other scoring, the uncertainty being kept up ur��-
; til the beginning of tbe fourth   ,u*r*
E.  E.  Leaeon:   first ceremonial  mas-
tCoutiaued on Page Five.).
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE MANY WOMEN WOULD
SERVE AS SOLDIERS
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Mail Service
AUGUST 22
WANTED.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
WANTED AT ONCE, TRANSIT MAN    0ver  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
Apply City Engineer, New Westmln- and Begbie Sts.
Bter. New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
APPRENTICES WANTED, APPLY
Mi ire's millinery parlors, opposite
posi o ii, e.
WANTED BY WORKING MAN,
ro im and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth slice:.   Reply K., News
11 IT ice.
WANTED���FIVE OR  SIX    ROOMED
fm nisi,ed bouse.    Must be close    to1
business districi    and available   by
September 1.    Reply, staling price i
and  particulars, to  Box 789, News
office.
WANTED���LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms for four; no children; in city
or near vicinity; or small furnished
house.    Address Box A.. Daily News.
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
cottage, unfurnished; close to ear
line.    Apply E.  K., News office.
WANTED���A NIGHT WATCHMAN:
fourth class engineering papers re-
qulred. Apply the Westminster Mill
Co., Lulu Islan I,
WANTED���A SMART YOUNG WO
ran. Apply Royal City Dye Works,
345 Columbia sireet.
WA N T ED��� HOUS E K E E PING
rooms for man le 1    couple.    Apply
BOX  A.A., this ollice.
A LARGE UNFURNISHED SI'NNY
room, walking distance, with phone
���in house, wanted by gentleman,
price :    P. 0. Box 852.
WANTED���A CARPENTER, WALSH
Sash & Door factoi y.
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY,
desire house to rent; 6 or 7 rooms,
unfurnished; West End preferred.
Entry by September 1. Reply to
Box B, News offlce.
WE Have the following choice properties, mostly on or near B. C. Electric Railway, and all but last two In
list, within comparatively short distance Of Canadian Northern terminus, opposite New Westminster
city.
TWO and a half aires on B. C. Electric car line, near Scott  road. South
Wi stmlnster.    Price.   $2, I;   $8 0
cash:   6,   12,  and  18   months,  at  7
per cent.
BLOCK of 17 lots, 132x66, half mile
from tram line. South Westminster.
A bargain al only $1,500; $500 casli.
tl and 1- months, at 7 per rent.
TWO five acre lots across road from
Kennedy Station, II. C. Klectric Ry.
Scott Road. Price $300 per acre, _
cash, 6 and 12 months, nt 7 per cent.
ACHE and one tenth in Burnaby, cn
Nmth Arm Road, nenr Geo. Mead's
new residence, just outside city limits. Corners on tramway cul off under construction. Price $3,000;
$1,000 cash, 6, 12 and IS month-, at
7 pi r cent,
NEW Modern residence, be intiful ly
situated, embowered In Bhade and
frull trees, near Port Hammond,
C. P, R. station. Price $5500;
$2,500 cash, balance to arrange at 7
l er ci   ' ���
\lKri?^���Tm(im"{, ltd.
New Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office      - Kamloops, B.C.
Extreme Feminist Movement
Finds Many Advocates In
Germany.
JOARD OF TRADE-NEW WEST-
minster Hard of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows.
Third Thursday of each month,
quarterly meeting on the Wire
Thursday of February, May, Augus
and Novemn ir, at B p.m. Annua
meetings on the third Thursday oi
February. New members may o~
proposed anil elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. n
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT,
lies! wages pal 1 to right party. Apply  201   Columbia sireet.
SURREY���CO acres on Hjorth road in
section 28, block 5 north, range t
west.   Price $360 per acre; terms.
WANTED���A   GIRL   FOU  GENERAL   SURREY���30    acres    In    section    36,
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Ap-       block   5   north,   range   1   vest;     20
ply  125  Third  avenue. I    acres cleared, new house and barn,
'  '    good water. Price $8t'0o; terms over
eighteen months.
FOR   SALE.
FOU  SALE���AT ONCE,
on   Westminster   roat
TWO  LOTS
:    ahout   ISO;
SURREY���20 acres adjoining Port
Mann Townsite ln ��ection 25, block
5 north, range 2 west. Price $400
per acre; good terms.
feel to another road; for $700; quar-	
ter   cash.     Herbert    Gay,   Windsor  CITY���Double  corner on   Fifth  street,
hotel,  after 6  o'clock. j    all cleared. Price $1660; one-quarter
______________^^_^___i_      cash, balance over ei. hteen months.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia sireet  and Clarkson.
HOD.M TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen,   Apply at 233 Kth St.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
nf ter 6 p. m. or hetween D a. m. and
f, p. tn. at Koom li, 623 Columbia
street.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���|
Flrsl class hoard.    Newly tarnished
rooms.    All  home cooking.    Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED COQUITLAM���25~acres of choice
room suitable for two. Handy to ianf|. Water pipe running on one
business section. Apply 129 Tenth Bide of property. Prici- $250 per
sllf'et- acre:   $2,250 cash.    Balance 1, 2, 3
���- I    and 4 years at ti per cent.       (191-A)
CITY���Four lots on Eighth avenue,
two corners. Price $1600; one-quarter rasa, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months.
.SURREY���100 acres of good land with
2600 feet of water frontage, close to
Ton Mann Townsite. This is an
excellent subdivision property. Price
$:'��0 per acVe; $4500 cash, balance
o\er three years.
DELTA���Twenty acres on Scott road,
close in, at $llfi per acre.
FRUIT FARM���In Delta, 10 acres of
good land, all cleared, with good
house and barns, 250 bearing fruit
trees, on good road. Price $3,5! 0.
Good   terms. (172A)
Berlin, Aug. 19.���A demand for military service for women is the latest
phase of the extreme feminist movement in Continental Europe. The ardent advocates of complete equality
between the sexes argue that as they
claim the right to share the political
privileges of the male sex, they must
also be prepared to take on themselves those burdens thai now are
solely and exclusively on men's shoulders.
One of the elementary duties of citizenship for men in the countries ol
Continental Europe Is to serve tiie
Fatherland as a soldier for a fixed
11 : h il, aad the feminists now dei lare
that the same obligation should be
placed on women to serve t beir o>\ u
country in the same way, but with oni
distinction.
Women    for    the    Army.
The   feminists,  or  at   least   mosl   ol
them, do not claim that woint n Bb
ai tually fight side by side w Ith I b< I
husbands  and  brothers  in   the   fro
line of battle, bul thai thej t bould be
trained to pei form such mllltarj   se
���. in s as are ada] ted to i h< lr phj sii al
Infei lority to men.
Primarily it is suggi sti d I bat ��omen si'o ill be utilized for ambulanci
���.vork. and also I ir c< i tain auxiliai .���
departments of the army, such as the
commissariat, and similar sections ol
a country's milltarj forces, The fem
inists maintain, however, that even to
perform such auxiliary and suppli
n entary duties would necessitate a
thorough "know le Ige of the use of
| modern weapons, because there are
'���ase- of emergency in which auxiliary
troops would And it necessary to de-
fend themselves against some sudden
and unexpected attack; consequent!)
a demand is put forward for the military training of all girls in all tho
I schools of the country, public and private alike.
Seek   Rifle   Practice.
The   feminists   propose   that    girls
should   be  drilled  and   trained   in   the
use of ritles and revolvers sufficiently
to enable them to use such  weapons
in  circumstances of urgent necessity,
Tiie   employment   of   women   in   the i -
auxiliary   departments   of   the   army CIVOM
would increase the number of combatants available for service In the front
lighting    line,   and    ought    therefore,
they say, to be warmly welcomed by |
'every   government   and   minister   of I
war.
A small section of feminists go still
further than this, and demand thai
women should become soldiers in precisely the same way as men, that they
should share all the hardships and
dangers of actual campaigning In the
fighting lines and that they should
compelled   to   undergo   the   same
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. MIdgel looBe
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
[PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repairs I by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Hae. Sll Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSI MANA
ger G. J. Sykt s), 62 P iwi ll streel
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire oi
write If unable to visit  us.
PROFESSIONAL.
Willi ESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
tera and solicitors, Westminster
Trusl Block Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, II.
],. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQU UtRIE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Wi tminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
c iid i. I lock coi ner Columbia an 1
McKenzi ��� sin ets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 11 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. ('.:
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
11. & V. "States" daily except Sunday'
Leave, 23 00;  Arrive at 2] :00.
Vancouver,    daily    excepl     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Ar.
rive al 8:30,  13  18:00,
Victoria,  dnll)   excepl   Sunday,  Leave,
8:00, 11 :00;  Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
I!.   &   V,   "States,"   daily   except   Sun
day; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C.   it    V.   East,   daily;    Leave.   8:30,
15:15:  Arrive at 9:26, 22:30.
Sapperton,    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave   8:30,  L5; 16;   Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  15:46; Arrive at 9:26.
| Coquitlam,     daily     excepl      Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, li ;00; Arrive at  L3:00,
j Edmonds,    dally    except     Sunday;
Leave.   II :00;   Arrive  at   14:00.
Last  Burnaby, daily except   Sunday;
Leave.  11:00;  Arrive at  14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    excepl    Sunday;
Leave,   1 1:00;   Arrive  at   10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave. 14:00; Arrive al 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Ties,lay and Friday;
Leave.  11:00;  Arrive al   L0:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at  10 00
i.   iner, daily excepl  Sundaj ,   Leave,
11:20;  Arrive at  10:00
Porl  Gulchon, daily  exc< pi   Sunday;
Le ive,  11 ;20;   Arrive al   le.oe.
=  Wi Btham   Island,   daily   excepl   Sun
daj ;   Le ive,  1 1:20;   Arrive al   1	
Sunbury, daily except Sun,lav;   Leave
11:20;   Arrive at   I":    ,
Vnnacls   island,   Monday,   Wedm   laj
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   An Ive
at   10:00.
Atmiev Ule,     daily    exi i pt     Sunday;
Leave, i 1:20; Arrive al 10:00.
Woodward .   Tut iday,   Thursday   and
pi
-.*t,
Vou I,   wan,
PT   fj!-       �����   Cheap
a^   Forks,   Baskets, Alu
Cu"s' F'*hina Tacke'?*
"ne, etc., etc. '     h-*-
Kn
�����
You
can
665
ae* them a||
\   T
1I
Columbia Street-^}
New Westminster, B.C
EY'S
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waterj
Ma . by
H: '1LEY
NEW  Wl
Telephone  R 113
ER- B.C,
iceiijO
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. .1. A.  BURNETT, AUDITOR ANU
Accountant.      Tel.     it 128.    Koom,
Westminster Trust   Block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agenl tor tlie
Hall Sale Co, Ollice, Koom 9, West
minster Trust hlock.  city.
Saturd ij .   Leave, 11:20;   Ai rive al
8:30 and lfi:30,
11.    &    Y.    "Yam ouvei."    dailj     I v e; i
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Clovi rdale,    daily    exc< pi     s inday;
Leave. 11:60; Arrive al ll :00,
Port    Kells,   daily   e.copl     Sunday;
Leave.  11:60;  Arrive al   n ;60.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and    Saturday;    Leave,    1 I  50;    Arrive at   11 :00.
Tynehead.      Tuesday      and      Friday;
Leave. 11:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
II. * S. "States." daily excepl Sunday;
L'-ave. 15:45;  Arrive at  16:15.
Burnaby  Lake, daily  excepl   Sunday;
Leave. 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     KOOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
STENOGRAPHY AND*
Typewriting; copy work, business j
letters, etc. Coumbla btreet. Tele- j
plione fi'2.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SlllbES   &  CO.
Real   Kstate   and   Insurance   Agents���
City,  farm  ami  sumirban  property, |
62S and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
he
TO   RENT.
FOK RENT���A five-room house with
out buildings; double lot; good lo-
ca'.ion; near Vancouver tram in
West Knd. Possession Sept. 1. Apply to Home, Daily News office.
MOTOR      LAUNCH      KOK      HIRE,
Phone 335, or at boat, Eighth street : TH�� ?m?lFS TRUST QQ    lW
��������� ] Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
TO   LET ���A   LARGE   FRONT  BED-  H.ari nr-.r-m sat  r i    !ui    c.
,   furnished.    609  Victoria  St.,^^ ��j�� We9tmin��r^^ "
I Branch Office      ���     -      Kamloops, B.C.
,TWO LARGE LOTS���Close to store
and train. One-fourth cash; balance $10  t er  month.
t Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
period of compulsory service as men.
The Marriage Question.
The idea in this case Is that military service ought to he rendered before marriage, hut it Is not quite clear
what would he done ln the case of
women who enter matrimony at an
early age. The new demand for the
extension of compulsory military service for women is being eloquently
voiced by feminists In Germany and
other continental countries, but so far,
public opinion in all those countries
in which propaganda has been made
for this sensational Innovation regards the whole scheme as an immense joke..
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lome street.
Phono K 508.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLICAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
pbone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
near Daily News office.
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in the K. P. hlock; suitable
for stoie rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P, Trustees, 517 St. George
street, Citv,
LOST.
Lost���brown and blackTeng
lish ten ier pup. Answers to the
name of Punkle. Is ahout four
months old. Finder please return
lo 313 Queens avenue.
LOST���LA 111 BS' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street.. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News office.
FOUND.
FOUND���GREEN  PAINTEdHpETER
boro canoe and an old scow. Owner
can bave same by paying for advertisement at Daily  News office.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
FIFTY-SEVEN acres on the Yale road
in section 2fi; price $125 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and two
years.
FORTY acres on the S. W. i/4 section
36 on the Johnson road; price $100
per acre.
THIRTY acres on the Coast Meridian
toad; price $150 per acre; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months.
FIVE acres in section 25, block 5, R. 2
W.: price $(',00 per acre; one-third
cash, balance six and twelve
months.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of British Columhla,
held In Victoria in January last, dates
for the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni       Sept. 14 and 15
| Nanaimo      Sept. lfi and 17
; Comox      Sept. 22 and 2'.',
Cowichan        Sept. 23 and 24
Tho Islands   Sept. 21
j Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N.  and  S.   Saanlch Oct. 7 and 8
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout The Fisblon Sta
bles.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BKNSON^TYKK^trTIsiK FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
Do you  want  to  increase your
business ?   Then see
s
AUNDER
FOR
I G N
s
Signs of every  description.
Glass signs a specialty.
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
llT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassi/.         Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
j Nicola      Sept. 13 and 11
I Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
I Vernon        Sept.. 15 to 17
' Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon  Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland      Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley      Sept. 28
Eburn'e    Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12, 1010.
Cedar lumber for sale cheap. We
have on band a small quantity of
rough cedar, one inch, one and a half
inch, and two inches thick. Just right
for drainage work. We will give a
great bargain on this lumber. Walsh
Sash and Door factory; Phone 413. *'���
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other sireet or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
wlll be prosecuted under the
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LBWTHWAITB, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr ilock).
Furniture made nnd repaired. Mission furniture ln fir and oak.
Port Mann
and Surrey
Property
is again in thc Limelight. Call and inspect our listing. We
have some exceptionally good buys in this
locality.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast
surance Co.
Fire   In-
The     Prudential
Co.
Investment
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
e<
Money
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If yon deposll ur money for
safety In Tin f Toronto j|
It whi be safi :i leavj
it, and ri a .       n
and ll will be
All The Time
earning for yi per cenL
Interest.    Small er large bum
may be deposit! I at nny time.
In
80   BRANCHES
Ontario
I
Wi   '
CAPITAL
REST   ,'*
anj '.he
$4,000,000
. 4.750.000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
B. C,
White Star-Dominioij
Canadian Service
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
i
WOODWORKING.
WEBTM1NSTJSR WOODVVOhim.nu
Co., bank, ofllce and store ilttlngs;
cahlnet, stair, showcases, nianieis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Flume
473.
214 Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
PAPER   HANGING &  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
banging and decorating. Sixth
Btreet, New Westminster.
pro-
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New West
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
Trv  a  "WANT"  ad
It will bring results.
In  Tho  News.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
IFIRE EXTINOmSHEUS.    THE LAT-
|    est    in     fire     fighting     apparatus.
I  . R.   Harris   &   Co.,   Lavery   block,
Columbia street.   Phone 056.
B. C.
S.S.
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE*"1"""���
Triple  screw,   H.V^ toi*
MEGAN in���
Twin   screw,    it.*���*>*)   tons.
largest   and   most   modern,
commodation equal to any eron
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply "
E.COULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Anv
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork Of AM Kind!
39 Alexander s
Deslgft
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, bu'.lrtlng
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster
HOTELS.
KINO'S HOTEL ��� COLUM HI A ST.
Phono 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 1(13. Comfortable accomodation. Terma moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
Tho regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
J.   W.   MacDonald,   financial   secret
EGG S!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens lW;
Central Meat
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and FlM Av
PHONE 370.
For nil UlndB of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders tX
The  Arrow Pf s>
1 " Mrs. E. M. Ooh-y,     ^ ,
near The Dally News Co.,
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad
It will bring results. I
MON
DAy, AUGUST 22, 1910.
.ni of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00
LplTAL     11,000,000.00
Ieserve
u ,11'unl anu oi ^..m~... ~..���
��*lioa vnrk Chicago and Spokane
ml.-s'etf \,.,\i,��� City. A general
.S.A., ;li;"     __     iransacted.     Let-
throughout    Canada    and
iBrancbe8 "     ���   ,n  Loniion,  Eng
lewfi"11"11
tn.l.
.v. ;i
;,i.i ;   ["gguQ.1.   available    with
fcpondents in   all   part, of   the
, 'rld'lnBa Bank Department-Deposits
Sa    i in sums ot $1  and upward,
,dintenreSeat rate).
���nuI", TwetB  over   $180,000,000.00
Total abb '������>	
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
0, D. HKYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
ransf cr Co.
Lines T*��M 1W*    BMn 'I*0,,��� m
Columbia Street.
pi|gSg��   delivered   proiwtfir   t��
wy p��rt of the clt��.
ijrht and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM  DKPOT.
[Gardiner & Gardiner
(F, 0. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
R m e  Westminster Trust Bnlldiag
New Westminster, B. C.
.hone 661 Residence  Phone  133
Phone 73g
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and   Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   Te
Colonial   Block
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and  Automobile   Painter.
I,-, lng  and   Top  Repairing.
1014   Sixth   Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcieg for Ladl.-B from .12/5
[Silver Watches,    gents'    open  face
1.00,
Isilvir Watches,  gents'  op?n    case,
7.50 up.
Agent    tor    W'altham    and      fclg'n
Patches.
i Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
No Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
314 to 26 H. P.
- and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth  St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New  Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK |
Leaven Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
lUny'B wharf, New Westminster, with
��enger�� nml frei_ht as fsllows:
Leaves New  Westminster  Tuesday
I'liiirsiUiy and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday. Fri
RJJ and Sunday at 7 a. m.
I lrst Cass Pnssenger Accommodation
JR0YAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
Westminster
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
C
imarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster 11. C, Phono 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TriltEK.
FACE INSURANCE
You
louse,
Why
insure your life,
business holdings, etc., etc,
not your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
B to insure you against further
ihaving troubles, dull ushoned
razors, cuts, time lost, mosey speat.
A Gillette Safety Razor
establishes a long twin iutuiaaut
policy for your face.
Msk or write for oar free booklet
explaining a hundred and on*
ihlnffs you ought to know about
shaving and Ihe care of your face.
Gillette Suf. iv K��zor Bet consists
of triple allver plated bolder that will
last u lifetime, with u double edged
blades (24 ken edge*) in relvel liucd
leather l��s,-.   Price $5-o*.
Combination bets���Brush, Suap, etc.
$6.5*' to i'jf.u"
Sold By
KIRK'S HAS1WA8E
CAVE
MYSTERY IS SOLVED
Discovery Of Oil Seems To
Explain Wierd Phenomenon In Texas.
The
llacovery of
oil
in
the  S.ici
'li
tnento
valli
���y nortl
of
KI
Paso, n
ny
be   the
exp
anatlon
of
tlie
numerous
"breatl
lng"
wells
md
caves east
ol
RUSSIAN POLICE METHODS i
/KE EXPOSED DY WITNESS
Mich.ie'   Rips  Tells  in   Court   Tragic
Story of Cruelties He Saw Practiced   In   Russia.
Paris. Aug. 19.���More was heard of
the ways of the Russian secret police
this afternoon  at the Seine assizes,
von Khoten ls not the word of an
army colonel, hut the word of a police
colonel."
When Hips arrived In Paris he told
a friend of his dilemma, and also M.
Bourtzeff, and both agreed that lt was
Impossible for blm to play the part he
had assumed. It was to prove his loyalty to the revolutionary party and
also to revenge hlmsilf on the colonel that Kips decided to kill him.
Colonel von Khoten, who gave evidence, is now the head of the political
pollce nt St. Petersburg, He denied
that 1
Salmon Report
August 20, 1910.
Anacortes���Got a few springs, about
100  cohoes  an.l   no  sockeyes  yesterday.
Brunswick   Cannery���Got  sixty   flsh
yesterday.
Vancouver���Got 800  fish  yesterday,
St.  Mungo���Very   few   fish   y< ster-
10 tried to Induce Kips to become day-
WALSH SASH
& DOOR  CO.
\V. E. Walsh      \V. B. Walsh. Jr.
Factory, 226  14th St.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We   make   a   specialty   of   fir
doors,  steamed   and   kiln   dried.
this city El Paso county. For a
long time these wells and raves, the
caves in particular, have been a puzzle to the natives and visitors alike,
���ays tlie New York Herald, but the
discovery of oil to the north and in
the aaino valley now leads to the explanation by some that it must be gas
beneath the surface that causes the
"breathing."
The wells and caves at Limes emit
the air, and at other times seem to
draw it in, hence the appellation,
"breathing" wellB. A test in one of
the "breathing" wells made recently
shows that the air exuded would burn
when caught and confined In a small
Bpace. Thus it was proved that gas
Caused this part of the phenomena,
bul why the wells and tho caves in
the neighborhood should inhale the
ordinary air Is not yet established, for
it is generally believed that where
there is gas beneath the surface it always seeks an outlet.
Will Burn Steadily.
A test of one well was made at Plateau, this county. Hy covering the
well while the air was escaping and
having only a small aperature
through wliich the gas could escape
they were able to apply a match and
produce a flame that continued to
burn for several minutes. Later they
dropped a torch Into the well that
caused an explosion, But when the
gas stopped bubbling and the well began to take in air from above there
was no explanation to the Incident.
These wells were Bunk in the ordinary course of events for stock water-
| ing.  and  have  been  In  use tor  many
months.
I interest
an agent-provocateur.
I "Wo have no agents-provocateur In
when a Russian namet Michael Kips our ,lo|i(.0i" be said; "we have only
came up for trial for the attempted spies. Among them some, through ex-
asasslnation of Colonel von Khoten, I cesslve zeal, may allow themselves to
subhead of the Moscow secret police. Ibe dragged Into regrettable errors, but
Rips fired several shots at the colonel I "hon we are aware of it we put our
in a hotel in tho Hue Bolivar In May   foot down.    It happens, however, that
last year, but. iiodo of them took effect. Rips' dofense ls that he tried to
kill the colonel ln order to prove to
his friends that ha was not an agent-
provocateur ln the pay of the Russian
pollce.
Kips told the court tha story of his
life���how, little by little, although he
was in comfortable circumstances, he
wan  liduced  to  become  a  revolution-!
ary   by   seeing  the   atrocities   pei po-!
tratad   around   him.     At   Odessa,   for
Iastance.   he   was   a   witness   of   the!
massacres that took place during the |
war with Japan, when the police, ua-
der the pretext of putting down   re-
Volts,  committed   veritable crimes.
in 1905 Kips was arrested, aad
thrown into prison for having taken1
part ln a plot against the prefect of
Moscow, lie asserts that he was lnno- ,
cent of any plot and that the case'
against him was got up by the gendarmerie. For flve days after his ar-
test he refused to eat anything, hoping that he would die of starvation.
He was, however, sent to Siberia,
whence he escaped and returned to
Moscow, only to be rearrested ant
taken before Colonel von Khoten. The
colonel, he says, offered to save him
from deportation If he would Join the
secret police. ThlB was just after
Azeff ha 1 been unmasked, and lt was
suggested to Kips that he should replace Azeff.
Rips  Indignantly  refused,  he   said,
and asked to be sent back to prison,
but on secon.1 thought he decided toi
pretend  to accept  the  offer   with   a1
I view of being ln a position to put the
They   aroused   considerable  revolutionaries on tlieir guard against
but nothing of a sensational  the agents-provocateurs in the service
��g do uot alwavs know."
For carnation, sweet peas aad
iahliis, phona Darius greenhouse,
R 208. **
Hritish Columbia���No fis!i yesterday.
F.wens���Very few flsh yesterday.
Gulf of Georgia���Very few lish yesterday.
Imperial���No fish yesterday.
Scotish-Canadian���No flsh yesterday. . ...
Phoenix���No fish yesterday.
Betllngham���(lot about 400 sockeyes aud about 4(H) cohoes, also about
2,500 springs, half being white.
HERE   IS   YOUR
OPPORTUNITY
i nature, for the conduct of the caves In  of the police.    lie was accordingly set
that   vicinity  had  been   the  same  as  at liberty.
the well for a long time. Nobody Tlie colonel advised him to provoke
i thought until recently of testing the ! outrages, he sal 1, whereupon tlie pres-
I well or caves for gas, and  the caves , ident interrupted him with the words:
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Tele-
phono  753.
have not yet been tested.
Can    Feel    Suction.
'If the colonel, who protests against
your statements, wished to make you,
DURING OUR STOCKTAKING SALE WE ARE SELLING EVERY ARTICLE AT
A GREATLY REDUCED
PRICE���AND EVERY ARTI-
CLE  PERFECT.
One of tlie caves is on the ranch of i not   a  spy.  but  an  agent-provocateur,
R. P.  Wright, four or five miles from, the public conscience would condemn!
Borancho, a station in El Paso not far   him and not a voice would be raised!
from Plateau, where the Windied well   In his defense'
was recently tested.   Mr, Wright, who      "When I affirm that  he wanted to
is  In   KI   Paso  on   the   federal    grant   make  me  an  agent-provocateur,"    re-
jury, tells of the cave.    He Bays  the   plied  the  accused.  "1   am  telling  the
cave is in  the side of a mountain or   truth.    Besides,  the  word  of  Colonel
hill, the mouth being among the ' nrkg!
and   that  at  any
Sitmmu
DENNY & GALLOWAY
43-45 Sixth Street   ::   New Westminster, B.C.
VICTOR   A.  J9HNDR0
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guieheo  Building.
Phone  681
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
time of the day or
night a person standing in front "f the
entrance can feel the air, either being
sucked In or thrown out. He declares, however, that the air wliich
1 comes out of the cave noes not appear to be knpure, and he has seen
cattle staad close to the entrance for
hours In the summer time. A peculiar
feature of tho action of the cave is
that the "breatl tog" changes abrutply
and at varying intervals. Soaiettaes
the cave ls exuding air at Bight, and
again it Is sucking It ia at that time.
Cigarette papers held up in front
of the cave when lt is drawing in the
air ure whisked away Into the late: ior
of the mountainside, Mr. Wright de-
elaree, and when the air Is being exuded from tha bowels of the earth, lt
sometimes blows small objects along
the gTOtiud for a considciable distance.
~__t��__3Ss~s*.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
READ
THE    AULD    BRIG    OF    AYR.
Try  a  "WANT" ad  In  The  News.
lit will bring results.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   8UPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
W��RK8
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
���Corner Eleventh and Carline,
PHONE 473     J
Lord Roseberry to Open. Restored
Bridge.
London, Aug. 21'.���To Scotsmen
through the world the news that the
Auld Brig o'Ayr was recently opened,
on the completion of Its restoration,
must awaken a feeling of pleasure,
for, no matter whether he has seen
lt or not, every true Scot at least
knows tbo Auld Brig through the
world-famous poem wri.ton by Burns
on "The Brig of Ayr." Tho news also
that Lord Roseberry opened the
"brig" Is very popular, as not only
does he excel as an orator of the first
rank, but It was largely owing fo liis
untiring efforts for is presenatlon
that the restoration of the bridge is
now an accomplished fact. Tho laird
of Dalmeny Is an ardent admirer of
Burns, and Is well verse. In Scottish
lore, and, Indeed, ln all tilings Scot-
tlsh.
It is uncertain when the Auld ling
was oil. iually built but It was certainly in exlsteaco In the year 1260.
It spans the river Ayr, and has outlived Its rival, the "Now Brig," which
was deslgied hy John Ballsntyne, a
local patron of Hums, to whom he
dedicated his peem on the two
bridges.
The Auld Brig has been repaired at
rary considerable cost, and the work
of restoration has heen carried out so
that the old stones have been made
use of as far as possible. It has stood
through many times of storm and
stress when Ayr was the scene of
some or Wallace's exploits, and when
the Covenanters were striving for religious liberty, and It now stands, tlie
principal point of interest in a little
country town lying In the midst of a
peaceful agricultural country, where
one mav hear the "deep-toned plovers
gray wild-whistling o'er the hill, or
listen to the chanting "linnet, or the
mellow thrush."
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Tbe train service to White Rock ls
most convenient for campers: the biie-
Ine.s man can bo In tows by breakfast time. Three trains 1-ave tke��e
for New Westminster In the afteraoea
and evening. arrl��lng at 2:50, ��: 2.
and 9:27 p.m. Train, for Whit. Rook
le��T. New Weatmlnater at l.�� ��*
1#;3�� a.mu *:*��� *m< a*4 widaiatt.'
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city. The old Clute Home,
corner of Third Ave., and Seventh
Street, is now on the market; the
price is $1000 per lot and upwards
and will be sold on good terms. .
As the beautiful house is now
on our new street, we will give it
to the purchaser of any two lots
for the small sum of $1000. It
now rents for $35 a month.
Don't forget, we will give you
good terms.
P. PE
620 Columbia St
Phone 307 rAflE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
M��NDAY, AIJGU8T ^
ai
1^
^
The Daily News
published by The Dally .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their otlices,
/Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
At. A,  Paige Manacjtng  Director
MONDAY,  AUGUST 22,  1910.
DISCRIMINATORY     FREIGHT
RATES.
t
The Alberta farmers have been discussing with  Vancouver businessmen
tbe question of transportation and
freight rates between tlie middle wesl
nnd the Pacific coast. The matters
���discussed were pertinent ami practi
Cal, and some leal good should result from tlie conference, Freight
rates, it was assorted, are at presenl
arranged u|on a basis wliich dlscrim-
Inates conslderablj iti favor of Atlantic ports as agalnsl those on the Pacific. The offender, is of course, the
t anadian Pacific railway, which at
pre ent, bo far as grain i i moi ��� parti, larl; coi ceri ed, favors the route
via Fort Willlai . Exai lj whal the
11 ison for i'..'������:. :. a) be we do ;. I
know, but it o< curs to us that it Is
flrst i e .vise the l tub . e eastw ird Is
much easier than westward, and secondly because there is al presenl no
adequate accommodation on this c lafll
for ttealing with ���- rain for -sli; i ent.
.At, Fort William there are Immi n
elevators and all ihe necessary ar-
rangen ems for d< allng with large
quantities of grain.
The discrimination complained of.;
however, is not limited ;���) grain. Lumber, cattle, meat, farm products, lish
and s'i forth weie mentioned at tiie;
conference as being subject to unfairly high freight charges, both from and
to this coast.
'The whole question of these  rates
is, we  believe,  to   come   before   tlie j
Railway commissioners at  lis sitting
in a few days time, and what we are
concerned to  know  is whether  New
Westminster   will   be   represented   at
the  proceedings  and  be  prepare!  to
urge the lights of this city in regard
io freight  charges?      So far   a.s   ve
are aware. .N'ew Westminster was not
repn sented  at  the   conference   with
tlie Alberta farmers, though we fail to
.undei stand    why.       The    question    of
freight rates to and from the prairie
provinces, is surely no less important
to tiiis city than to Vancouver.   From
here is shipped  to the prairies large
consignments    of    lumber,    fish    and
fruit, whilst we receive from tiie middle west considerable quanities of cat-
.tle, meat, bay, feed, grain and other
Agricultural produce.
If action has not already been taken
.to secure a lu-aiing for the Royal City
when the matter of freight rates
���comes before the commissioners���
-and we have not been advised that it
lias���then this should be done at
jonce.
TQD4Y WE WILL OFFER
Seventeen Wash Stands
Surplus from furnishing a forty roometj hotel,   Values from O QCl
$1.50 to $540.   To close quickly.   At the one price, each  ... *****l~,*~-"
300 All Linen Turkish Towels
Fifty-six Inches long by twenty-seven inches wide, values up *JC.~
to $1.60.    Take what  you want at. each    '
ALL SUMMER FURNITURE MARKED DOWN.
If you have a little ready casli you can pick up some extremely good
bargains.
Ge- Our Prices for Electrical Wiring.   We Handle Everything in Electrical Fixtures.
"We Furnish Your Home G niplete"
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.       715-718  COLUMBIA   ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. m.
INSPECT THE NEW
GOLF JACKETS
Thej  only arrived Saturday, ami include all the new colorings and Btyles in knitted garmenl
striking efTects in while with dark trimmings, greys, fawns, greens and browns wltl
on collars and cuffs; short, medium,  and  three-quarter  length   models in Bplendld ...
children's Bizes.   Prices from $2.25 t0 \\_t
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Watch    For    Our   Big   Remnant  Sale
HATS FOR Wc EACH
Vou'll take two or three when you see this lot.   \\'e do nut Intend to carrj  a slngh   I
ai. .amiarMarrrgac-jiar���uui iz-T���a-rzazzr. rt���
'JSV��1"11--1Mlj'*
0 ei Includes ladles' sailors, ladles' and children's tarns, white duck  tarns   etc.    i>. .
from 60c to $2.00,    July aboul thlrtj  In the lot.   ile.es youi  opportunity, each   .  . ..
.r-TT?irinfcT"?MTrr���Tn- r-arma^rr TF-,7ST��-*--��a��HCTCya3S>W��
If You Want To Go To
il
in a Hurry, ring up Phone No. 117, and ask  for  the
Speed Launch "VITE".    It  will  take  you there  in   i
FIFTEEN  MINUTES.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
3
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GRAND  TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18'/2   Knots
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Pursuant  to section  20 of the "Local     Improvement     General     Bylaw,
1909," notice Is hereby given that the
assessment   roll   for    local    improvements  on   the following  streets,  viz.
Hamilton street, between  Eighth and
Sixth    streets.   Seventh   avenue,   between    Eighth    and    Fourth    streets,
Princess  street,  between  Eighth  and
Sixtli   street,    Princess    street    from
Fourth street eastwards; Sixth avenue
from Tenth    to Sixth  streets;     Fifth
avenue  from  Tenth   to  Sixth   street;
Belmont  street,  St.    Andrews   street
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Third  avenue  from  Tenth   to   Sixth
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Gloucester street, Royal avenue from
Mclnnes   to   Seventh    street;    Agnes
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.Moody street, liolbrook street;  Cunningham street from  Eighth to Sixth
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Lorne  Btreets;   Victoria  street  from
.McKenzie to Sixtli streets; Carnarvon
street   fiom  Tenth   to   Sixtli   street;
Ramage street;   Clarkson  street  from
McKenzie  to Sixth  streets;   Columbia
street from Tenth to Mclnnes streets;
Tenth street from Columbia street to
Sixth   Avenue;   Mclnnes  street   from
Columbia street to Royal avenue; Gilley   street;   Ninth   street;     McNeeley
| street;   Blackie street from Columbia
to Carnavon streets;  Summer street;
Burr street from Milton sireet northwards;   Simcoe street;   Eighth  street
from  Columbia to   Hamilton   street;
Alexander street;  Begbie street;  Lorne street, McKenzie street, Fife street,
Ash    street,    Seventh    street,    Fifth
street, from Sixth to Seventh avenues;
Fourth street   from Sixth    street    to
Seventh    avenues;    Brantford    street
from  Sixtli  to Seventh  streets;   to be
known as the Eighth street sewer system, is open for inspection at the office of  the  assessment  commissioner
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Dated the 19th day of August A. D���
1910.
W.  A.   DUNCAN,
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Date  of  flrst   publication   the   20th
day of August, 1910.
At last a Positive Cure has been found (or
ASTHMA
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MON
DAy, AUGUST 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE riVB.
SPORTING NEWS
ftSTMiNSTER SENIORS      j Minto tup is Sale
HLL BEFORE VANCOUVERS ]        From ton's Clutches
,crt<
Tea'"
Cues Down to  Defeat by j (Continued   lrom  Page  One.)
Score of   Fifteen
Overwhelm'"!)
Goals to One
I(,i |,v what  le probably   the
i r of goalB ever Bcored
Westminster lacrosse team,
amateurfl crumpled up be-
nBlaughl  Of the  Vancouver:;
.hit  on  Saturday  after-
,nquerors lacing in fifteen
irge��
gains'
i
'Ofl    '    '
...   | :.:.i!i
..  iiip cc
not'!'- u
ter, when Westminster look matters
Into its own hands, scoring four tallies In this perlo:l and nailing down
the silverware where it beldngs.
Royals only managed
one tally.    The home
was Immensely superior to the
Westminster only Bending
,(,.,,., ovi r, partly because some
ould not pet away
ecause
, ille the
I negotiate one
;eai"
i-lsll
nd
this city is out of the
tor   the championship   now,
B Kllniii    - '<. cup having heen an-
,. Vancouvers on Thursday
I    | (i:,   who was in poor conti   Btrenuoua   game, con- ] westmlnstei
to the defeat of the Cray 	
, ttlng   himself  ruled   off \Galbralth  ..
,. ol the game In the sec.
offence consisting In
Game Was Clean.
Play throughout the game was com-
paratlvely clean, 35 minutes and   35
I seconds being the total time Bpenl In
compulsory  idleness hy    the    players
i Vancouver   annexed   checks   totally
twenty minutes and thirty-live Beclouds, Westminster getting the remain-
i in.   quarter of an hour.   None of the
fouls   were   very     serious.     Ditchburn
overlooked a few slashes, but nothing
serious.     Accidents  were also    less
11 than  In  many  other    Karnes,    only  a
couple of men being laid out,
The Vancouver team played better
lacrosse at the start than al the linish,
the defence s;t_nini; considerable In
the lasi quarter and allowing the
Westminster home to get through
easily. Hun Clark had a busy day,
Btopplng more shots than came Sandy
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FORESTRY WORK IN    !
HUDSON'S BAY LAND
dray's way.   The Salmon Bellies played a consistent game throughout.
    Cod   ....
 Point   ...
Glffoi il .. .Cover rein:
Gifford  . ..1 '  in fence
__^ mic.tce iiuu.��img '"Marshall
Billy Calder'a nose by hitting <;. Rennle
.reai-
I
yer's nasal organ with his
.. ball was nowhere near.
..-> deliberate thai there
Htj thai the Vancouver
ippeal to tne association
on oul of the game,
this Incident the game
('. Spring .
W. Turnbull
Wintemute
Feeney ,..,
L. Turnbull
G, Spring ..
.-'���<. Defence ..
,3rd Defence ..
 Centre
.3rd I lorn    ,G,
.. 2nd Home ..
.. 1st  Home ...
. .Outside Home
.Inside Home ..
Vancouver,
 Clark
... Griffith
.. .Howard
. .Springer
Pickering
.. .Godfrej
 West
Matheson
.O'Reilly
Adamson
. . Hogan
 Mien
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is
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.   a throughout.    For the  West- ; Officials.
Munn in goal ami Kenny on      Referee���W. E. Ditchburn.
. ayed   the   hest   gqfte   of      Timers���J.   Williamson,   Vancouver;
1 ,,',;,! of the oilier Wearers ���'��� ���'��� Johnston, New Westminster.
Inster uniform donned it      Penalty���H. K. Wright, Vancouver;
.  ,,,,���,     no)    having    yet   ���'- Savage, Nev, Westminster.
the junior lea. ue. |    Umpires���H.    McLachlan,    Vancou
......    .    part ot the same was v'er; J. 0. Latham, New Westminster
only    ten  Westminster
A. Knechtel Tells of the Pro-
gress Made Along Route
of Proposed Railway.
i
v
. ���
.   field against eleven Van-
Goal Summary.
- larter���Vancouver,    .Murray, j
Vancouver, Gunn, l min- ���
Ii,    . er, Peacock, 6% minutes;
Vai       er, Knight, 6 minutes;    Van-
i ick, 1  minute.
St ond quarter���.New   Westminster,
It Inutes;     Vancouver,    Pea
i       ���   minutes;   Vancouver.   Knight,
Vancouver, Calder, 7 min-
lutes.
:   iiiarter���Vancouver, Peacock
Vancouver, Gunn, l minim ouver, McCuaig,   _ minute.
quarter���Vancouver,    Pea-
Ii      5 minutes; Vancouver, Gunn,   61
i ll Vancouver, Murray,    ' min-
met   Vancouver, Peacock, 2 minutes.
Goal  Summary.
First  quarter���1.    Vancouver, Allen,
2:40;  2, New  Westminster, 0. Spring,
13:28;   ::.  New   Westminster,  l.  Turn-
bull, 2:31;   l. Vancouver, Allen. 1:41;
6, Vancouver, Godfrey, 5:04,
Second quarter���6, N'ew Westminster, G. Sprfng, 11:45; 7, New Westminster, Feeney, 8.
Third quarter���s. Vancouver, O'Reilly,    13:25;    9,  New  Westminster,    C.
I Spring, l :20.
Fourth quarter���10, New Westminster, W. Turnbull, 4:10; 11, New Westminster. C. Spring, 7; 12, New Westminster, L. Turnbull, 5:50; 13, New
Westminster, G.   Rennle,  0:45.
Lineup.
.. er���
Id  ....
Westminster-
Coal.
 Munn
^^^^^^      Point.
C. Matheson  Dlgby
^^^H      Cover Point.
iBun       Pearson
First Defence.
���'���'   i       Galbralth
Second Defence.
Doc    e  Gregory
Third Defence.
1  Atkinson
Centre.
plerheller   McKenzie
hlrd Home.
Penalties.
First quarter���None.
Second quarter���Pickering. Vancouver, 5; Griffith, Vancouver. 5; J. Gifford, New Westminster, ',; Griffith,
Vancouver, liii sec for rest of quarter.
Third quarter���None.
Fourth quarter���C. Spring, New
Westminster. 5; Pickering, Vancou-
ver, 5; Springer, Vancouver, 5; Wintemute, New Westminster, a.
Standing of Clubs.
W. L.    Goals
For. Agst.
Vancouver 2    7    28    47
New Westminster 7    2    47    28
Next game���Vancouver at New
Westminster on Saturday, August 21.
'
.Hume
Second Home.
Peacock  Carroll
First Home.
[Knight
'���' I!
pVrlghi
Outside Home.
Inside Home.
.Kenny
.Sclater
.Coutts
SHAMROCKS   WOULD   BE
CHAMPIONS OF COAST
Officials.
    F. Murray.
Tun, keeper���J.  Kearv,    New West-
praster; h. Sacred, Vancouver.
Goal umpires���D. Sibley, New West-
' : '       11. Fowler, Vancouver.
Standing of Clubs.
I,. W. L. F.
;.-:   wer 7   1   56
���Kit rla .,     2    4    27
V"'  nln ter .....! i   5   30
,   ��"''   two  matches  remain
P'ayed, Victoria and N
wine down t,
**���*��� the other
Wer.
A. Pts.
29 14
30 4
47. 3
to     bo
ew Westminster
play, once In  Victoria
time In New Westmln-
The Vancouver Shamrocks have
challenged the Westminster lacrosse
team to a series of games "for the
championship of the Pacific coast,"
the first of which is to be played here
on Wednesday evening, tlie second at
Brockton Point, and the third, if
necessary, at Victoria or some other
neutral place.
In a circular distributed broadcast
on Saturday, tlie executive of the
Shamrock team declare lt has
failed to obtain satisfaction from the
"so-called" Vancouver lacrosse team
in the matter of games.
The challenge of the Shamrock club
for the coast championship can be
I considered a harmless joke. It pleases
\ the Shamrocks and will not hurt anybody���unless the giggles are too pro-
onged.
WALLOPPED,
Montreal.
Crushed  by  Nationals,
���Other Eastern   Results.
. es* the Nationals
12-1
: ihel
;':' certain
lh( N. l    i
{]'*y beat
;       ;l.enee,.
lose every one
[ remaining three games, they
. to  be  the  champions   of
���  ihis   season.   Saturday
-**e   Montreals,   the   recent
by 12-1.   The wire re
8��othereH nl"! the Nationills simply
"     lav   ii   ,     "I'l'onents    and    had
'YJU'the   time.   The   Tecum-
^lit.i    ,','"" a bUH defeat to the
n,,!,"' sa�� Ottawa, im, but their vie
w,ls no surprise
Winnipeg, Aug, 21.���A. Knechtel, of
the dominion departmenl of forestry,
who returned on Tuesday lrom a trip
of some weeks' duration through the
territory which will be opene l up by
the construction of the Hudson Bay
railway, gave an interesting account
of his journey.
"Through the courtesy of his excellency," said Mr. Knechtel. "I was per.
mined to come to Winnipeg on the
Wolverine, in company with Connies:-;
Grey and Lady Evelyn, I found the
countess very much interested In the
forestry work being done by the dominion government, and found her
very observant of the species, forms
and habits of growth of the different
trees.
Three Parties Formed.
"Oxford House, which was the most
northerly point 1 touched, ls southwest of and four days' journey from
Hudson hay. The trip was an official
one. Tlie department has quite recently established under my direction
three parties, consisting of four men
each; one party to operate from the
Pas along the proposed line of the
Hudson Hay railway; another lo operate along the Nelson river to Split
lake; and the third to work around
between Norway House and Oxford
House, and from there out towards
Hudson bay. I went to Oxford House
to establish one of these parties, the
other two having previously been established.
Must   Post   Fire   Notices.
"Tlieir   duties  are,  in   the   summer
time,  to  post  fire  notices  printed  in
English and in Cree, along the main
routes of travel, and to meet travelers |
and instruct them with regard to the'
great necessity of putting tlieir camp-
fires out before leaving them.   In case |
a fire occurs, the party having charge
of that district  are supposed   to   do!
their best  to extinguish  it.      In  the
summer they will travel mostly with ;
canoes, in the winter with dog trains.!
Their winter work will  be to locate, j
and to prepare a map of all tracts of
timber land,  giving in  each case an I
estimate of the kinds, quantities and |
qualities of timber, w-ith special men-j
tion of localities where tie and bridge
timher may be secured.    I was much
surprised to Iind the shore* along my
route so well timbered, although the
timher is mostly of small dimensions.
It  consists  chiefly   of  white   spruce,
jack  pine,  balsam,  poplar and  white
birch.    I  did  not notice   much   merchantable timber; but if the fires are
kept out, it should in   time   become
very valuable.
Nature of Country.
"My route lay along tlie line of the
proposed Hudson's Bay railway. The
ground is mostly flat, although in
places the banks of the river ascend
to a height of more than one hundred
feet.   In places the soil is areable.
"I do not think that the country is
suitable for raising wheat, since summer frosts are frequent; but probably
barley and oats might be grown. In
a garden at Norway House, I noticed
the following vegetables, growing luxuriantly: Potatoes, peas, onions, carrots, beets, lettuce and radishes. Red
currants were also hanging on the
bushes in great quantities."
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DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At  the annual ineeting of the agricultural societies of British Columbia,
held in Victoria in January last, dates
for the fairs throughout tlie Province
were arranged as follows:
the
tea
Ul)   |);
as   ti
"never made any kind of
. this
Ottawa
owintr m""" ",tvuo tt"y Kind of   a
*a* exL i"S, >'?"'''    Tlle T�������t��9. as
toomre ' ,"':" ,,le Shamrocks of
Saturd    ��rtmt0' ?-;!'
���� Ottawa-'
First   Circuit.
Alberni      Sept
Nanaimo      Sept.
Comox      Sept.
Cowichan        Sepl.
The Islamis  	
Victoria       Sept.
N.  nnd
S.  Saanich Oct
Second   Circuit.
14 and IB
16 and 17
22 and 21',
21! and 24
. .Sept. 21
27 to Oct. 1
7 and S
Hals,
At
fotks
To,
Natltonals
Tecumsehs,
Torontos,
Stand
12;   iion-
12
on! o-
Capl-
Sham-
S'real
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jj^nneha"
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in9 of Clubs.
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Nationals
;i1 Montreal
Agst.
21
���IS
46
46
68
60
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Capitals   at
at   Cornwall;
7-1
57
68
66
38
37
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Coquitlam
Maple   Kid.
Mission
Agassiz
Chilliwack
.Sept.
Third
N'lcola      ....
Armstrong
Vernon
Kamloops
Kelowna
Salmon  Arm
Summerlaiid
..Sept. 20
21 and 22
 ..Sept. 23
.'Sept. 27 and 28
Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Circuit.
Sept. 13 nnd 14
....Sept. 22 and 23
.Sept. 15 to 17
, Sept. 2S to 30
.Sept,
.Sept.
..Oct.
and 21
and 24
and 18
Fourth Circuit.
surrey  Se,lt 2?
Langley      >ftb( -)l, fn
RlM.rne     Sept. 29 and.30
Ladner     Sept. 23 und 24
For a  pleasant cool  drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 n. m    Daily
1:00 p.m   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m   Daily
11:00 p.m   Daily except Saturday
11:30 p. m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Daily
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m   Mondays
8:00 a. ni.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p. rn   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every Thursday and  Sat.
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. in    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Frldnys;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m
Tuesday,   Thursday   and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.  B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
C. A. Welsh
J The People's Grocer
I  Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
������������������iaiHH
Contractors and
House Builders
line   of   the   Best
.ardware in this City.
v\e have a full
Builders   riarcp
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   ami   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co.* Ltd.
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6YNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME-
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
ln the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded Dy any person who ls the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the district
In which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform the condition? connected therewith under one ot the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon  and  cultivation of the land on
ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him ln the vicinity of hts homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land,
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
Bhall be leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate of
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy ol the Minister of the Interior.
N.Il.���Unauthorized   publication   ol
tbis Advertisement will   not be paid
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A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from  $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from    $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond, pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from ,  $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
**r
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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Trust  Block.
Dominion   Trust   Block. ^H Columbia   St.
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Losses  Paid  Promptly
READ THIS LETTER
New Westminster, B.C., August 13, 1910.
A. W. McLeod, Esq., Xew Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���We have to acknowledge receipt of cheques In payment
of losses which occurred at our mill on June 29, and in doing so we
must express to your companies and to yourself personally our hearty
appreciation of the prompt manner in wliich the losses were adjusted
and paid, and can highly recommend the companies you represent to
all insurers.
Wishing you every success, we are, 11        i
Yours sincerely, i
OTTER SHINGLE CO., LTD.
1     (Signed)  K. C. Walker, Secretary.
The above letter- clearly shows the prompt and fair manner which
the companies I represent pay their losses. Their rates are the
lowest, and they are all strong Canadian and British Independent concerns.   Call today for rates. . ���,���.��� ,���*..,-����.-^.-.... y
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
/The Insurance Man"
651 Columbia Street Phone 62
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS mm
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST 22
SYNDICATE GETS
BIG CONCESSION
That
seems    a
bold claim,
but   figure   it
out.  The Econ-
mh.tr saves 20
of your fuel where
harI coal ii u;cd and
wit'i coal a
it takes a surprisingly short
t) nnfc- /no!   lhe   heading
"This lian^cpays for Itself."
Note illustration in lower right
'and  corner showing  Economizer
detached.    This great fuel saver is to
be had only on Gurney-Oxford Stoves.
W6e Qfyaneelhr
Americans Secure Valuable
Railway and Mining Privileges In Turkey.
ATIVES
are new and entirely different from orAnary praparari'v
thek purpose without dtetrirbing the rest of the system
Ideal laxative for tho nursing mother, as they do not affrni'lL''' ^,1 .*"*I��S
'���wi in'* Chlirl *���*
,^^7 ac
it
hild.
CocnpotimJod, Hks all NA-DRU-CO preparation*   by
unsatisfactory wo'H gladly return your money. tpctl ^ClBleij, u
25cabo��.    If r*��*t druggist has w* y*�� stooHedtW, V| , _,
will mail thorn. "*"' Vl^ 25c. and,.,
Nntional Dro�� and Chanted Company of CSBMJ*, Limited,
MontrtJ
1.-. the name i ft'.ie range illustrated.   It is a steel
range, and as cut shows is cf a beautiful design.    The
top is tlie largest cn any stove of similar oven dimensions.   Both oven and warming closet arc fitted with a drop
door.     Note front cf stove, by patting shalcer on shank near
top of r.tovc and giving a shart turn, the topi; lifted to a convenient
angle fjr broiling or firing up.   Supplied with or without reservoir,
warming closet, etc.    Reservoir on either end. High Shelf when desired.
We have many other designs in this great line on  our floor.   We  invite
your inspection.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
681 Columbia Street
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
RUBBER     ACREAGE      INCREASES.
Normal    Growth    Noted    In    the   Tra-
vancore   and South   India   Districts.
Colombo,
Deane,    a
Aug.   21.���H.
well    known
Drunimond
Tra vancore
London. Aug. 19.���By securing the
right  to build a 1100,000,000 railway
in Turkey, and getting Invaluable milling privileges, an American syndicate
of financiers has outwit tod the most
astute   commercial   interests   of   Ger-
I manv and Kngland, the chief contenders for rights ln Turkey, according to
| Information received here today. Com-
| ing soon after America had forced Europe to grant  her bankers   participa-
Itlon in the Chinese railway loan, tho
Turkish development Is the source of
alarm here and in Berlin.
Steel Company Behind It.
Private fables received here indicate that thc moving power behind
the syndicate is the l'nited Slfttea
Steel corporation. With the right of
exclusively working for twenty years
one of the richest mineral districts of
Turkey, untold millions are today lu
the grasp of the Americans.
British contractor., however, may
secure a share of the construction,
which Is soon to he begun. The big
English contracting firm of MacAr-
thur, Berks & Co.. ls Indirectly represented ln the deal through the participation of the connected firm of Mac-
Arthur Bros., which has taken a large
part in thc construction of American
western railroads, including Harrlman lines.
Rumors of thff railroad deal and tho
mining concessions have been current
here since last fall, when the Ottoman-American Development Co, wns
organized in New Jersey with a nominal capitalization of $600,000. The
full eitent of the undertaking was not
understood here, however.
Cabinet    Favors    Protest.
With concessions for 1 200 miles of
railroad   through  the  mineral  and  oil
| STETSON
\HATS
HATS THAT SET THE  FASHIONS
The man who wears a Stetson Hat may re?t
assured that no man is better hatted than
he. Stetson Hats set the pace in style and
quality, ancl remember they are the Hats
That Are Guaranteed.
planter,  said  recently  that  the  acre- territories of Khurdlstan and the Tig-
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
* Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil.
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \ I /
portions to cleanse    \MI//X/
easily, vigorously, yx '''
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers ol FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
age In Tra vancore and South India Is
increasing normally. The Boyce es-
Btate, of which his son was in charge,
which had 450 acres of rubber and
flve or six hundred acres of waste
land, had been taken into the Malay-
alan company, which would be sure to
open up the waste acreage. The Mun-
dalayam district, he believed, would
have li.hOO acres by the end of the
present   planting   season.     It   had   8,-
BOO acres last year, and next year, he I matter heing  laid  before
thought, it would have 10,000 acres.    | parliament  when it meet
ris and Burphrates valleys, and with
the mining rights for twelve and a
half miles on each side of the road for
Its entire length given to the Americans, the Turkish government will be
forced to abandon working tbo government mines which are in the territory affected. The Turkish cabinet
has passed favorably on the project.
Europe, however, will bring to bear
all   possible   pressure   to   prevent  the
the Turkish
on Novem-
| U. S. A. Quality, Black and
ored, $4.00 the hat.
Col-
All the rubber was doing very well. I ber IS.
The  places  were  fairly  clean  anl   la- Converse a Big Figure,
bor on the whole had been fairly plen) The reports current here indicate
tiful. He did not think they would that probably the most important li_-
have any difficulty with regard to the ure in the syndicate is IC. C. Converse,
Bupply of labor, although they had to who is a steel trust director. MacAr-
compete with Ceylon and the federat- timr P. MacArthur, and other proml-
ed Malay states. Tapping was com-1 nent men involved are Franklin Rem-
menced on El Dorado, Yendaar and itigton, of New York, .lames L, Laid-
Rubber Estates' com-  few, C. A.  Moore   and C,   M.   Ches-
tfl
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAV CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With   No. 2  going east;   also
connection for Nicola and train from
| Agassiz,    Koote'nay,    Okanagan    and
Sumas;    arriving    New    Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train 'for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster IS: 12.
I 19:35���With No. flfi Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
'Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
'h. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P.  A.,  Vancouver.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad
It will brine results.
in  The  News
the Travencore
pany's property, Some seven or eight
hundred acres altogether weie being
tapped. They expected to {.et 7.000
pounds of rubber on El Dorado, from
ahout 200 of its 960 acres, including
forty acres six years old. Ile thought
they would get nearer 12,000 pounds;
they could eas.Iy git it if they had the
labor.
From Yendaar, with about the same
acreage,  they  expected   to  get  ubout
the same.    He thougnt that the Travencore Rubber Kstate company, from
Its  1,000  acres,  about   240  of   which
were being tapped, would give a yleid
of about 5,000 pounds, as It ls younger
rubber*,      The    following   year    they
would,  of course,  all   Jump   tremendously, as it was at present
flve-year-oli  rubber, and the  present
year's tapping might be described ug
more or less experimental. They were
not tapping every tree and they weie
training their labor .force.
1    Referring to the Ma'laylan company,
Drummond Deane said it had recently
bought several fine estates, paying for
them In shares, so that although they
got them quite cheaply, judged by the
par value of the shares, the vendors
received   full    value,  as   the   shares
stood at a high premium.   As a result
rof these  purchases  the  cost   of   the
whole Cultivated acreage of tlie  Ma-
layatan company per acre had been reduced  to  under   ��28���nearer   .���27  in
fact.     This   was   marvellously   cheap,
because they generally reckoned that
rubber cost  ��20 to  ��22 to bring Into
bearing and tea  ��30, and the Malay-
alan  company  had   some  magnificent
tea.
In conclusion Drummon I Deane
I said: "Rubber properties in South In-
jdta are very valuable. I think that the
average rubber properties In Tra-
vancore and Cochin undeniably have
far better soil nnd shniv better growth
than similar properties in Ceylon. We
can produce rubber unite as cheaply,
and South India rubber has a very
good future before It. as good a future as any other rubber.
ter, jr.
TUHIFTY HABITS OF
THE FRENCH PEOPLE
Of     10,000,000     Tax     Payers
9,000,000   Have   a   Savings
count   of    Some    Kind.
About
Ac-
Interesting information regarding
the thrift of the French people ls contained   tn   the   latest   publication   put
I
No. 1 Quality, $6.00 the hat.
Stiff Conforming Quality,   $5.00
the hat.
m-a\-S^SL-r*-. -mil?"-'. ^lka*-aa*^^rlmPSaVJ'Jl. URJ^iVIBggrMjC 'J^J-HmM
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
mostly'out by the National Monetary comls-1 ~' '" "IM"*������-���
'sion in the shape of a contribution by France who are holders of three per
Alfred Neymarck, editor of the Kent- cent Rentes, corresponding to British
Ier, a Fresch financial publication, 'consols, aad their total holdings, sc-
Mons. Neymarck, to show how gen- cording to Mons. Neymarck. are 21.
eral the habit of eavtmg is ln France,' 000,000,000 fr., or about ��850,000-
says: "There are tn France 10,000,000 000. Hanks and other financial in-
electors, almost all taxpayers. All or'stltutlons hold most of the govern-
nearly all save their money with the ment bonds In the l'nited States.
Intention of putting something by for | Lotteries are legitimate Institutions
their old age.    There aie savings in  in France, and lottery bonds are held
largely   by   the   people.    On   this,   M.
Neymarck says:
"Everybody desires to leave tfie
door open to fortune, and the small
holdings, as well iis the largest, contain a lottery bond of the city of Paris, of the credit fonder, or some provincial town, or some foreign lottery
certificates negotiable in France, such
as the Austrian bonds of ISf.O, etc. We
possess 6,000,000 fr. in lottery bonds.
The capital Invested in these bonds
results again from tlie economy of
small investors and represents part of
the savings of the democracy. Neither
In Kngland nor In the United States
Is there found such a use~of funds.
for there is not in these countries, as
in France, an army of people who put
by small savings."
In distributing the Interest on the
foreign lottery bonds the whole
amount duo Is put intr> a pool and divided into prizes.   Those holding   the
the special organizations called savings Institutions, in mutual benefit so-1
cleties, in -banks and securities, in.
lands (unimproved .property), and In
houses I Improved property). Such is
the composition of the private wealth
of France, a wealth which is infinitely
disseminated.
"It can be proved, in fact, that of
these 10,000,000 electors, 9,000,000 at
least have a book at some saving Institution, a government rent \ a railroad or cicdit fonder bond, or some
other security, a stilp of land or a
house, whether large or small. And
this Is not all. The French rentier
3oes not Invest everything lie h:,s, but
always keeps by hi-n soimj avail.ib'o
means, ln gold, silver, or bank noes,
to provide for sudden demands, and
lays It aside In order to use it later,
either in temporary or In definite and
more profitable Investments."
There   are   1 500,000    inveslors    in
Ths
M Bank ef Cai*
Capital  Paid
Reserves    ,   -
Up
$5,000,000
$5,900,000
13
The   Hank   has   Branches fl
Canada extending frwV Pnta
Untie to the Pacific; Is W ���
throughout the lslas��; V
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New i��
and   London,   Engla"-
Correspondents in ��'' ?.a.,
of the Clohe, thus affo.��
eTory  Hanking facility.
I.   M. RICHARDSON. MinagM
New Westminster Brancn
lucky numbers get
the losers, of com*
,n the i""':e
gel the pfWf
Investment on
u.l.of their
maturity.
Annual  savings
French Investors,
Neymarck, average
Olio  fr.  nnd  2.000.000,000
��60,000,000 to ��80.000,000.
the i>r>
sl
classes
���\-w
of  all
iccordtofto
between i.�� ,
fr., ��r ,,c
$50 Down and $50
Every 6 Months For
Two Years, Buys a
CHOICE   LOT   At
WHITE
OCK
White Rock   Time Table
Leave New Westminster���
8:15 a. m., 10:30 a. m-i
4:30 p m., midnight.
Leave White Rock ��� 6:02
a. m.i 1:55, 5:35 and 8.4j
p. m.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents ***-m***\*4****ss*****w
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W0NDAv>
AUGUST 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Iti L ASSOCIATION
0N lilt MARRIAGE LAW
, ConVention
lty of Making
Matrimony
Advisa-
Discusses
Candidates for
Prove   Fitness.
���
I..���The   prohibi-
(..ge of the insane, the de
nd     eased, suffering from
incurable or revolting
;,  matter ni the
in   the  opinion   of
,gsocltion of Alberta, and
berate
an
ecome
urgency
ncdiral
HYPNOTISM FOR
MORPHINE FIENDS
Dr. Crichton Miller's Course
Of Treatment To Break
Victims Oil' The Habit.
at the annual meeting held
which   :i   number   of
have just returned,
from
In,onton <l0(-yresugenlc8 WftB (llscUBB
I ���
l
(hie length, and a reso-
i!,,.  attention   of
in ihe Interests of
and   physical   und
���
���
i riiiiu
dire
'   I ______________________
part in the discus-
necessity  of at,   least
taken in Hie dlrec-
ilds inovemenl ior tlie elimina-
hi l tin- plan  which
In the Pharmacology and Then   i
tics Section of the i'aiii ii Mi dlcal association, i>r. Crichton Miller, read a
paper on "The Combined   Method   of
i Treating Morphomania."
in-. Miller said thai  'he method to
[which'be desired to draw attention
was one which combined both medicinal and moral treatment, anl was
directed both to the physical and
psychical sides of tie- disease. A mor-
phomaniac was an   Individual
-*���
-��! the organism. On the otber hand,
he maintained thai hypnotic sui:_es-
tion was no li e ential a pari of
the cure, when Uie psyica) craving
had been provisionally eliminated
thei e remaine I a pui e oi,. ession, a
concept that dominated the psychical
I Cl r. Itie .
The treatment wliich in- recom-
led was as follows: There Bhould
be b ��� .ai,������ oi' nine weeks in a nuia
i:.'" hona; or i Imilar institution. Durum the flrsl three days tie- patient
should gel a diminishing number of
Injections, of diminishing siren.tli.
Before each Injection he should take
a draught containing live grammes of
sodium bromide. By the end of the
third day both bromide and morphia
would be ��� topped, ami tii��- patient
would 1e in a comatose or seml-com-
ab ������ condition, wliich would be
roused ti, take mill; a' regular intervals. When the effects ol the bromide began to pass off there would lie
in all probability a certain amount of
mental  confusion, including  hallucina
tions, delusions of persecution, anl so
whose  on.     These would soon pass off. When
mind  was dominated or obsessed by
the desire to take morphia, either
|. urge .1
jje steps being
I
adopted   by   the Btate   of
under contempla
ted!
��� 1 ^^^^^^_^^^^^^_
oi the Union, was
legislation it  be-
upon  parties desir-
eni when purchas-
i j. e, .i medical cer
BtneSS lor the dut
��� .    which they are
.... ih m el es,
ml thai the endt
on which may be
Ik   'illle hei-:    ���
,.   lng  in   Ha-   ease
law may bo evade l
w ashlngton law has
.   ��� ��� mlans hav,- flock-
.: ibla in large num-
to   the   inquisitorial
In their own state.
rs of meat import.
. ilfc 1 ealth of tie- prov-
��� the meeting in
perhaps  the   most
.    ol   the   provincial
has yet  been  held.
en to I.iin.   these ques-
alth before the lo a!
satisfy  a  piesent. organismal  craving I hypnotize
or to reproduce a pleasing subject! i
condition which he had pie. loui iy attained hy th<- u.-e ot the drug.   To put
it  more briefly,  there  wre tiie  ).
cal  temptation,  tlie  psychlal  temptation, ami  the union "I   tlie   two.      In
mild ea.es it was chiefly I he psychical
factor that wa. al work; in had i
i he phj Blcal factor was i o paramount
that they weie apt tn fol gi I thi   oth< r. 'great
Their  obji   I   I: i   i ore   mu tl   be   to  fi om
'the patient appeared tr, he sufficiently
to | sensible  efforts   should   be   made   to
NFFD REFORM IN
FEMALE TREATMENT
English Lady Writer Takes
FJSome Lessons Out Of The
Japanese System.
ormatory if the future of these women
Is to I e i onsidered,
In America the aim of administration is to convert tlie prisoners into
useful citizens, capable of self-support
on leaving prison. Tbe prisoners are
taught t:> cut and fit dresses, to cook,
to wash and Iron i'i such a fashion
that the) can make their living afterwards as skilled laundresses. They
are taught canning and basket, work,
and .hen a general, all-round training iu domestic and industrial pursuits.    A   large number of discharged
ROOSEVELT  INVITED TO
CENTRAL CANADA   EXHIBITION
Ottawa. Aug. 21.���Mayor Hoewell
has sent an Invitation to Colonel
Roosevelt to open the Central Canada
exhibition hero on September 1-'. The
mayor assures the ex-president that
this request is backed by the entire
population of the city, and adds:
"Citizens of this City and of the
country have felt, particularly witliin
the last year when so many nations
were honored by your presence, that
women prisoners, chiefly first offend- they would be extremely pleased   to
 __\
wo . ild materially  assist In 'Ins
ai :<��� suggestions musl be made
nd his lethargic state
Suit-
 ^^^^^^^^ u ii I
out waste of time, lesl the craving
should rea ��� ��� . e before the mind
was sufficiently influenced. This was
the critical poinl of the whole cure,
As soon as po 11 le patients should be
broughl Into one room and hypnotized
collectively. This he c msldered of
importance.  During  this period
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    the  second   to  the  end   of   the
bre ik   be I ibll of tbe orgs to n      eventh   week   each   patienl   Bhould
���   '      actual ph . i ���   be strictly supervised, nni no access
during that  time to render the mind  to di igs allowed.    During the eighth
and  ninth weeks he should be allow-
proof  a :aln it   '; >���  dominance  of  the
cia\ing in ibe futu I ed al from
this  i olnl  of view, it
���  botl   pi ���  leal a nd |
nenl    veri   i   sent lai.    Without   i
��� enl    and I aal on hei  Ic Un<
was impo . : ile to allay  the ci avings
and provincial govi ran enl-, and the
needs of a provincial Banltarlum was
i peclallj uri ed. In refen i e to this
matter it was pointed oul by Dr.
Whltelaw this morning that the Edmonton Isolation hospital is the only
Institution in tlie province making provision for consumptlvi s. He considered the condition of affairs as nothing short of scandalous.
ed to   :eep 1  -  morphia and syrin
'i; ������  hypnotic hould   be   re
ed in nu     er,   an 1   Bhould
reference towan teach ng I he
patient to putting himself to she]).
Oi ce acquired, this power would serve
to give the patient in the future a
ready refui e from worry or pain or
anything else thai mlghl otherwise
lead to thoughts of morphia.
Discussing the conditions affecting
English female prisoners, Elizabeth
Sloan Cbesser, M. B., takes a lesson
from Japan.   She writes:
The abuse of the prison system in
England is being healthily ventilated
at the present time. Winston
Churchill's proposals, when carried
out. will go far to metamorjdio.se the
old idea of punishment into a new
one of hope and reform tor the prisoner. A great deal has already been
don" for the child offender In the mat-
have you honor us with a visit."
"We also believe that a visit, to the
capital of Canada by you would not
only give us an opportunity of expressing our admiral ion of your work
and worth, but would also strengthen
the bonds    of    brotherhood    between
ers, are placed in domestic service. It
has been found Impossible to supply
the demand in this direction. They
claim that ss per cent, of lirst offenders are reformed and converted into
honest  industrious  women.
Mr. Winston ChurchlU'8 scheme will
inaugurate a new prison era���a differ-1these two sreat nations."
ent code. Already one woman doctor
has boen appointed as an inspector.
Tlie next step will be the appointment of a woman to the board of commissioners, and then women deputy
governors to tho chief women's prisons. By such means only can the interests of  women prisoners be   safe-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ignarded     and    necessary     legislation
ter of children's courts, protection of | achieved   to   bring  ahout   a    morally
regenerative prison system of reformatory lines for women as well as
men.
lirst offenders, and the liorstal system, particularly as ii is applied to
boys, Something has also been done
for tlie men, and more is to be done
in supplying an educative method of
re in. But what of the woman prison' i ?
Tbe ! on en have not one chance in
ten thousand of making tor them.
Belvi a place i b nesl women once
thi ',���������������..- i een inside a prison gate.
There are 50,000 women prisoners In
England, and statistics bring forward
tl e facl that the
Motor  launch
for  hire   by  hour  or
day.   Apply    Un
le Bros.    &.    Kennedy,
Ltd.,   plione   331
j, or at boat, Eighth
street, slip.
*
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Montreal   Is   Hrad   Up.      H^
Montreal.   Aug.    21.���The    city    of
Montreal has no reserve fund, and in
its  present   condition  could   meet, nol
debt  incurred  by a legal action  being
in favor of a plaintiff.   That an attachment could lie made on the City hall I
or other civic properties is the opln-
proportlon of women Hon of tlie city attorney.   Comptroller
Steamer Transfer will make Sunday afternoon trips to Steveston
during the Ashing season, fare $1.
Boat leaves Westminster at '.' p.m.,
retaining leaves Steveston at 6:30
p.  ni. ������
�����5391
**&��_m:^��
portant
10
Investors
After Monday, the 22nd inst. the price of
stock in the
Amalgamated Development Co.
will be raised  to the following figures:
General Investors, $2.00 Per Share.
Investors holding International or Northern Oil
Certificates of Exchange can purchase up to HALF
the number of shares they hold in those companies
for $1.00 Per Share.
As the stock of the Amalgamated Development
Company will shortly be withdrawn from the market, we give the present stock holders this oppor-
i._ ..a.-.       * ..       .,   .   .   f _,_-_,__.__ ^ d-j   pock
tunity  of  increasing their holdings at
figures.
Bed
Apply to
Auld,
518 Hastings Street, West
Gwin & McClarty
Telephone 4327
who are frequently convicted is much
gi eati r than thai of men pi isoners.
ft discharged mi n prisoners flnd it
difficult to obtain work; discharged
women prisoners are faced with an
ii possibility.
There are no labor colonii a for
women prisoners, no definite, hones!
work for them to do when they leave
pi Ison.
Second Timers.
V.'e have over 5,000 women received
into   local   prisons    per   annum    who
have heen convicted more than twenty   times.       More than   33,000  women
prisoners,  that  is.  four-fifths   of   the,
total   number,   have   been   previously'
convicted.      Many  of   these   women
Bhould never have been ln prison. Tie-
new   proposal   to   permit   fines  being
paid by instalments will deal with a
certain   proportion  of  these.    At  thel
same time, a very large number of thel
women    are    .'eeble-mlnded,   and    all
these ought to be in special colonies |
instead of left to driff as flotsam and |
jetsam from the street to the prison,!
the prison  to the gutter.    And what
i of the remainder?
Tlieir one chance of salvation lies
in providing them with ample work of
j a type that will help them to obtain
jau honest livelihood on their dis-
charge. What work is supplied to the
Ten women who form the daily average of prisoners in Holloway? Are
they taught trades and handicrafts as
in Japan, where women as well a
men are fitted while in prison to make
their own living from the day the
leave?
1 visited tlie largest mixed prison
for both men and women near Toki
a few years ago. The prisoners, in
their picturesque pink kimonos, were
all busily engaged in some sort of
i work. The cells, which accommodate
three, five, seven, or more prisoners,
were empty. The governor, who like
most Japanese, had an intense admiration for English institutions, apologized for the fact that they had not yet
adopted the English system of solitary
confinement. May they never be Eu-
ropeauized to this extent:
Cells for Sleep.
The cells, inleed. in every Japanese
prison are practically sleeping dormitories, as the prisoners are engaged
in the worksheds all day. or attending lectures in educational subjects,
deportment, and morality. The small,
Japanese woman prisoner is even
taught how to serve tea properly, because the Japanese have grasped the
fundamental truth that whatever
raises a woman's self-respect helps to
eliminate bad habits���in a word, to reform her. The keen zest of the prisoners in Japan contrasts with the
hopeless, hunted-look of our women
prisoners in England! In Japan, the
women prisoners are learning, learning all the time.
They are given prizes and decorative rewards for excellence. They are
being encouraged instead of repressed. Everything is done to instill a real
desire for permanent reform.
Contrast this with the work of thei
women prisoners in civilized twentieth |
century England. They have first a
period of solitary confinement, which
is long enough to take any remaining
spirit and hope out of them. Then
they are given work for so many
hours a day, but from five In the afternoon until next morning they aie
left alone in their cells to brood over
the horror and weariness and loneliness of living.
A large number work in tlie laundry, some clean and scrub the corridors, others make the hideous prison
clothes, which iu themselves are sufficient to take away the self-respect of
any woman who wears them. Ill-fitting, shapeless, unsightly, and almost
indecent, they are absolutely useless
for teaching dressmaking or tailor
work. Properly cut and finished with
a decent allowance of buttons and
tapes and fastenings, they would serve
to teach and train the women in the
useful art of dressmaking and add to
their sense of neatness and self-respect at the same time.
Cooking, as organized at present, is
useless for purposes of teaching.
Everything is cooked In huge boilers,
and no opportunity is provided for the I
prisoners who help in the kitchen to '
acquire knowledge of simple cooking
for household purposes.
In  the   Garden.
Then there are the prisoners   who
pick  the  fibre stuffing   of  the   beds,
labor  but  one  degree  removed  from I
oakum picking.   A few weed the garden and cut the grass���a healthy occupation, but hardly educative or ref-
Pelletier this morning stater) that, the
reserve fund appropriations had heen
i ��� tided, but that from the taxes in
arrears, involving a sum oi $300 0 0,
he expects to collect sufficient to apply a portion to tlie reserve fund.
For a pleasant cool  drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at Tbe Koyal Cafe. **
Re hots .",, 6, 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
of the south east quai ter i ( Section 7,
Township 8, Map 628, In the liistrict
of New Westminster, Cloverdale.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate Of Title  Number 1245-1   F. issued
in the name of It. T. Wilson Herald
; lias heen  Bled  in tin's offlce.
Notice is hereby given thai I shall,
[at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
ithe City of New Westminster, issue a
; duplicate of tlie sari Certificate, unless
j in the meantime valid objection be
! made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
. Land  Registry Offlce,
!  New Westminster, B. C, July G, 1910,
ia Street Snap
Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, bai. to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
I
Easter
l
rooJ
iOmpany,
^^^^^ )k Milling
Eburne,   B. C. ^^^^^^^^^^
FLOUR!      FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
!! i
f
���
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. daily except Saturday, and
on  Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket offlce and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip t'ekets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
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Weekday Schedule
7:20,
6:20,  6:50,
6:50.  7:20,  8:00
at   8
and
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at  8  a.  ra., 9  a.  m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Sched-jle���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a, m, 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton  Line���20-minute  service trom 6:10 a.m.'to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday  Service���20-mlnute service from.8:10 a.m. to 11:30 pjn.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
..m*��-*-' PAGB EIGHT.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST
TOOLS
Our stock of Carpenters' Tools
is complete, and prices are the
lowest. Come in and let us
show you.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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i City News
���f
A large number of Vancouver Elks      The case    against    Huek    Tow,    a
Chinese lawyer of Vancouver, who'is
charged with having been an Inmate
of an  opium  joint,  will  be  beard  in
spent Sunday at White Rock
White Rock for cool sea breezes. *���
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial  Exhibition  this  fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
For a Good
Dinner-
Come Here
We serve a meal that
| is better than the best.
| a meal that  is good
enough for the table of
the fastidious epicure.
We give you all the season's latest delicacies
deliriously-cooked,
Our dining room is
cool and airy; the tables
are brilliant with spotless linen, fine china and
fresh flowers.  .
Give us a trial.
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
Mayor Planta, of Nanaimo, was in
the city on Saturday on business in
connection with some property he
owns in Surrey.
Pales' furniture figures are fair. **
The Seventh Day Adventists. who
have been holding a convention ln
tents on Twelfth street, will break up
camp today and return to their homes.
See Fales for Camp Furniture, cheap
and reliable. ��� ���
There will be no meeting of the
city council tonight, the regular session being postponed, probably to
Thursday evening.
Pot plants and fresli ent flewera
at Tidy's store.    Phase 184. ���*
Mayor Lee and a majority of the
aldermen will make a trip to Stave
lake today, where they will Inspect the
works of the Western Canada Power
company.
Try a "Want" ad in The News It
wlll bring results. ���*
A meeting will he held at eleven
o'clock this morning by the council of
the board of trade to consider plans
for the reception to Sir Wilfrid
Laurier on Wednesday.
Davles greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral desiens aad all
kinds of cut flowers    Phone It 2��8. ���*
Remember this evening there opens
tbe police court this morning. The
case was postponed at the flrst hearing on Saturday.
We have two eastern clients who
are in the market for unimproved property, residential. In the north and
northwestern part of the city. These
men know values aud will not consider unreasonable Quotations. Reid,
Curtis & Dorgan, TOfi Columbia.
Phone 46ti. M
A. Hunter, a chauffeur charged with
having  exceeded   the. speed  limit    al
few days ago, will be arraigned before
Police Magistrate Edmonds this morning. �� Hunter's case was to have been,'
passed upon last week, but was post-;
poned  on   account   of   the   defendant
being confined to thc Royal Columbian
hospital with kidney trouble.
A special meeting of the Trades und
Labor council will be held tonight to
discuss the advisability of participating officially in the reception to be
tendered Premier Laurier on Wednesday afternoon; and also to Instruct
the delegate to the Dominion Trades '
congress convention at Fort Wiliiam
In September.
Every Conservative should read the
circular entitled  "A  Shocking  Example," etc., where It proves beyond    a .
doubt  that the minister of education
gave  false  information  to the Chilliwack school board in  1!'08, and false
information    to    the    legislature    on
January    27,  1910.    Then    ask    Hon.
Premier McBride if lie    cannot    find .
in the Westminster opera house    thel amongst his 35 supporters a member'1
largest and best moving picture show j to act as minister of education    who
in the province.    Admission 10 cents,  would at least give truthful Informs-
First Showing of New
Princess Dresses
Our first showing for fall ls always eagerly looked for.   It usually indicates the treni
season.   In announcing the arrival of these new  Princess dresses we do so with
as tlon for the
confidence  that m
compare  with  tho standard set In these���the first    arrivals
showing made hereabouts wll
are Panamas, lace and silk Foulards, made up In one piece effects, In styles popula
don and otber eastern markets.    We will be pleased to show customers what wt
Material!
New Tnrk, |,,ltl.
ive wn far recelvej
Prices range from   |14 00 <o ft
children 5 cents.
Quick delivery of all house furnishings bought at Fales'. Our stock ls
complete, the prices the lowest.    *���
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth
Smith, who died on Friday evening
at her residence, Hamilton street, will
take place to the I. O. O. F. cemetery
at half past two o'clock this afternoon.
Three hundred and fifty dollars will
buy a lot and build a cottage at White
Kock. White, Shiles & Co. will tell
you how. *��
Civic Auditor Moses B. Cotsworth
spent Sunday on his ranch at Langley.
He has not yet decided when lie
leaves for England, but is determined
to go this week, whether the council
has considered his report or not.
If you want to hire an auto, ring up
the Central livery stables. Pbone
137. *��
Rev. R. E. Railton. of Stilton, Ont..
is visiting this city, the guest of his
nephew, A. I . Bouck, Fourth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Sutherland returned on Saturday after a three
months' visit to the old countrv.
IX 701"  are  selling  your  household
furniture    . y  Auction   call    up   Hatt-
Cook, the auctioneer.   Pbenf S64; who,
will  get jon  A-l   results  and   settle '
"up within twenty-four hours.'' SsUb-l|
Ughesi over two years.
Cod,   J. N. Muir.
The Public
Supply Stores
Daddies
Sauce
Have you tried
it ? If not, you
have misse^
o
I
| Invitations to <;.��� r,aT4j aBfl mftm
i cUlore of thfl surrounding municipal!-
' *.'s to be present nt the reception to
be tendered to Premier Laurier' ftt
Queens park on Wednesday aftet-tJOOB
have been sent out by City Clerk W
A. Duncan,
The September number, of the
Levy magazine, just issued with a
brilliant cover, contains several Interesting stories and other reading
matter of merit and whilst the magazine is not altogether In the same
class as the t&n and fifteen cent
monthly publications, lt continues to'
be a very creditable issue for five
cents and appears to secure _ood advertising patronage. ,
II treat.
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
T. A. MUIR X CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors.East
of Bank of Montreal.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square        . i
PHONE 475. ,,
���*"*-**'*'       '         ���   *���**.'" ****~*-*****^** ; ������pi.. ���
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
If served with
meat or fish, it
makes it more
appetizing o n
account of its
pequant and
pleasant flavor.
Try a bottle.
New Waist Silks
60c Per Yard
Some of the nicest silk waistings shown for a long time have found
their way to the silk department. It may be of Interest to mention
the fact that these silks are known as art silks, an imitation silk, yet
possessing all the brilliancy and finish of a high grade, expensive silk.
What is more art silk is guaranteed to wash perfectly. We can safely
recommend every piece. Patterns are neat Btrlpea and colorings are
attractive and soft In their combinations. Ask to see them in the silk
department.    Ter yard   60c
10 Dozen Hemstitched
Pillow Slips, Each 20c
ie.'ii-
Forty. 42 an.l 44 Inch heavy white cotton pillow  slips;     nicely
stitclie.l.   Regular values 26c to :!.'.<-.    On sale this week, eaob   ..20c
Special value in linen napkins 10c each. Big odd lot to clear at this
price.
Heavy Twilled and
Plain Sheets
$1.00 EACH.
About forty Bheel I nf tlie
two styles mentioned, 2U
yards long. . ���r 2tf yards
wide. EngllBh and Canadian
cottons. Regular values |1.25
and 11.35. The odd lot to
clear, each    |1.00
Hundreds of
Remnants, on sole
this week only
Next week all c i inti i spa e
will be occupied by pllis of
new   goods.    The   Remnants
Must Go This Week.    Pri ,
are   such   thai   il   a  remnant
Is suitable for your requirements you will Bave fi
to 25 per cent, on the   purchase of an end.
W. i COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
I
The   Central   livery   stables.   S.   H.
j Thompson, proprietor, has   added    an
;iuto to his equipment.   Phono 131)
The di inking fountain outsile the
post office Is badly In need of attention, the overflow water running on
the street instead of Into the sewer.
Geo.
Adams
[Phone 92
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IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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-IX-
DAILY
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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.    9350 each.  Term.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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:
&��� T. Saunders, municipal clerk of
Burnaby.. who was badly Injured, in
company with Mrs. John Wolfe, on
Tuesday last, is progressing satisfac-
toiily at St. Mary's hospital. There
, now seems to le no reason to doubt
that Mr. Saunders will recover.
There Is no change In the machinist!' strike situation at the Schaake
machine works. The men have now
heen out seven weeks and neither side
shows signs of weakening. Four or
flve machinists are working every
���day. and the Ilrm expects more men
from the oast t,Ithln a short time.
I
Two men who failed to get beyond
ithe reach  of  the    man    behind    tho
tnahogany until after they had hidden
a  miscellaneous  collection  of  drinks
in their Interior economy were given
a course of after treatment at the
Uocal. bastille on Saturday night. They
I spent yesterday sobering up and figuring on the total of two dollars and
'costs the said being    elastic.    Police
Magistrate Edmosds will   settle   this
little matter this morning.
!    Auditor  Moses  B. Cotsworth    made
'public the result of 1i!b Bpeclal audit
of the books of the municipality of
Burnaby at a meeting held for that
purpose  Saturday  afternoon.  The  ro-
I port states that the books and vouch.
! ere-are all  in proper order anl  that
jail cash-lii-s been entered and banked  '��� ��- ��- F- cemetery, this city, yester
I without  delay.    Mr.  Cotsworth   made
la few suggestions as'lo mintfr changes
which would facilitate the bookkeeping. The office staff was highly complimented on tho efflcent manner in
which the
appreciation   of the work of Municipal
Clerk C. T. Saunders belnjf expressed.
Every Young
Man and
Young Woman
Altering this
Institution is F"
insured a
" Square
Deal"
TO
Our reputation with
the business
community
has been,
and is, that
we dc our'
utmost for
the individual advancement and
welfare of
:J each and
every one of
our students
r       i 2 3j    h 2
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The Westminster Mcdern Business S
610 Columbia Street. t. L. Bond fr*
MEWS I"**************************
day afternoon. Miss Baker formerly
lived here and a large number of
friends followed her remains to tholr
last resting place. At the service ln
books' lmd"b^nlepr^l_h|V��n^ver Rev, Ur-Perry  of ti.e First
n   of the work of Municipal     ; 1)fl*    c*!urch' 0��oUt��d.    while    In
this city the services at the graveside
were conducted by Rev. T. H. Mc-
Katherine' Ewen and Rev. A. F. Baker. Walker
Sophia Baker, who died in Vancouver Sangster snd flve Vancourer men Acton Thursday evening at the ase of ed as pallbearers. D. Murchie had U4., phone J���",'
twenty-thrfe years, took place to the charge of thc funeral arrangements.     street slip
The    funeral    of    Miss
" The train service to *'<���� J,V
most convenient for�����* b, bg*
Iness man can be   n e tm
at-aTsraV****** ? V?��\_
dav.   Apply
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