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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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1910
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE  PLAlS
WHITE, SHILES & C
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY
lliin.
EIGHT PAGES.
PRICI'; FIVE
J
VTS.
;ST AGAINST
. COMPANIES ACT
cial Enactment  Dis-
nffto Outside Manu-
Mil
hirers.
i niiy enacted lh ltish Co-
lupunli s Act, which cumi
on tne llrst of the presenl
' .,.,,, i,ini food for long discus-
'',,,,. board of nan.' meeting
11,1 George A, ( ainpbt 11 anu
mealy, iepresenlathes of tlie
In,p. , urokers and Manufactur-
., Association of \ ancouver,
ni and addressed th ��� hoard
'., ibject, wliich appealed to be
one to ih'-in-
I, entlon ol the act Is to make
|ted companies doing business
province register under the
Uf tue province. The Bcope oi
is very wide and It was
by the Vancouver men last
ij,,,i ii would compel till extra-
fcnii companies having agents In
Columbia to register here, In-
in expense of several hundred
This they claimed was un-
tui would bring hardships upc��i
iiplo now doing legitimate bus-
di the province,
matter was threshed out at
and there seemed to be little
Iin the minds of those present
le act would be detrimental to
\\ Interests of trade. President
���did not seem to be of that opin-
Iwever, and some of the other
tis ibought that the whole af-
,n 1 tt he left over for a day or
bniil some more information
lllectud on it.
i clause in the act which
that   no   prosecutions   shall
���de under it except by or with
|ngen1  of the attorney general,
object ot the deputation last |
was to get the board of trade j
indorse  a  resolution   passed
Vancouver and Victoria boards
dng the attorney general
I:   ate that  be would  undertake!
i mi inns   under   the   act   until
lhe next session  of  the  legisla-j
lien it is understood that some i
will  be attempted  to have the
I. i nded.     One   of   tlie   delegates
[        attested  that   the  present I
is mi more drastic and far more1
Jontal   to   trade   than    was   the
_i.   commercial   travt lets   about |
such  a   fuss   was   made  a   few
|i: i   motion of A.  !���:. White, sec-
i.y ||.  p,  Vidal, the resolution
���  attorney general to abstain
|    Lion   until  alter  the  next   s( B-
i    the legislature was endorsed.
Iii "v.is received from the t'alia-
|l     ide Railway company that a
ir fn Ighter would be put on the
etween here tind the Capital al-
:.��� once,   The name of the boat
pul  on  was  not   given, but   Blie
eave  Victoria on   Mondays and
feday   and   New   Westminster   on
I      and Fridays.   This step has
I     . :, aftor a prolonged agitation
|s ii distinct triumph for the hoard
M.   Richardson,  manager  of  the
(i hank, and W, K. Butcher, the
Northern agent, were admitted
|embers of the board,   it was de-
to write to the  mayor of the
to the provincial government and
C,   P.   R,   and  Great   Northern
iantes aboul the delay in opening
Iraw bridges on  the Praser and
I rivers,    lt  has been  stated  that
JAP Will ATONE \m
mm this horning
State Takes Vengence To lay
on Man Who Violated the
Sixch Commandment.
Ishlmaru Kongo, a Japani Be lab i ���
v. Ill sufti r the extreme penalty of the
1 iw ui the provincial Jull al eight
o'clock ii is nioinlng. Executioner
Radcllffe an Ive I in the citj yestei
li.... the gall iws have be n ti ited and
all Is in readiness for the ban. ing.
i li' doomed man passed ti go id night
and .-.< ems to be n signed to his fate
Ishlmatu will be banged for the
murder of a fellow countryman, Nishizawa, at While Rock, on the night
of December L8 last, In a drunki n
brawl, he cut his opponent to i leces
with a knife and then fled, being capture l a few days later In Vancouver.
He was convicted at the regular assizes in May of this year and sentenced to he hung. His counsel, W, 1\
Hansford, tried without avail to obtain a reprieve for him, and nothing
but an accident can now save him.
I. Nysblmura, the Japanese minister
at the Sapperton Methodist mission,
lias been giving the unfortunate man
what spiritual comfort he can. Ishi-
maru   is   a   Christian.
It is a peculiar fast that although
the majority of the Japs in this country adhere to their old religion, the
men who have died ou tlie gallows
in New Westminster have all professed themselves Christians.
The last man hanged here was a
Japanese and the new gallows which
was erected at that time will seive
for Ishlmaru this morning.
English Railway Strike Settled
Newcastle, Eng., July 21. ���The strike of twelve
thousand employees of the Northeastern Railway
was settled this evening'.
The men accepted the terms offered by the company, and the night and day shifts will re.urn to
work tonight and tomorrow respectively.
The Amalgamated Society of Railway Seivants
refused to recognize the strike.
BLUER TtLEPHIM     j
SYSFtrV! IS PROMiSED:
lOOSLVtLT HAD!)
ADVISE ON IRISH
Westminster to Have Up-to-1 Theodore   Could'nt    Resist
j
date Equipment, Declares     Telling English Statesmen
General Manager Halse.        How to Manage Ireland.
STEAMER AND WINDJAMMER
LEAVE PORT ON SAME DAY
Mnriechen     Sails     fer     Delacjoa     Bay
While   British   Columbia   Steams
Down   River   Bound   North.
LAUKItll TRAVELS UVLR
FIRST TRAIN 10 MELVILLE
Premier    a     Passenger    on     Pioneer
G.'l'.P.   Train   Into   Saskatchewan
Town���Watches  Ball Game.
No Liquor on Trains.
Atlanta, July 21.���The state seriate
yesterday passed a bill declaring the
drinking of Intoxicating liquors on
passenger touns a misdemeanor punishable hy a^gBfe or Imprisonment.
Two vessels left the Fraser River
mills yesterday; one. the Marlechen,
for Delagoa Hay, South Africa, with I
about two million feet of lumber, and
the other, the 3rltlsh Columbia, for
Stewart, where the Canadian Northern railway is starting on the construction of a new dock.
'llie .viatiechen is tlie sailing vessel which opened the controversey
over the high wires at tlie New Westminster bridge. She was taken out
ty the tug Lorne, of Victoria, which
has just recently been refitted. The
Lome is equipped with wireless and
is tli? linest vessel of her class that
calls at  tuls port.
The British Columbia is a steamer
and negotiate:! the river channel under her own power.
Melville, Sask., July 21.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier an ived here today on the lirst
train to run over tiie new Grand
Trunk Pacilic branch from Yorkton
to Melville. The premier spent the
day resting. The members of the party
engaged in a game of baseball, Hon.
George P. Graham and Premier Scott,
of Saskatchewan, taking part, Sir Wil-
trid being an Intelosted spectator.
The piemier addi esses a meetlug in
Melville  tomorrow afternoon.
BANK  TELLER   MISSING.
FIVE  HURT.
���������������������������������������������
Strike Becomes Serious.
Chicago, July 21��� The Grand
Trunk railroad strike assumed
serious proportions nere today, when it became known
that 400 loaded freight cars are
lying in the yards here,and
cannot be moved because of
lack of men.
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Headon Collision In Ohio Result of
Misunderstanding.
Cleveland, July 21.���Five persons
wen injured, none seriously, today
when two interurban cars on the
Cleveland , Paynesvllle ti Kastern
Lleetiic line met in a headon collision
near Wllloughby.
A special car took the injured to
Willoughby. where a physician attended them.
The accident is said to have been
due to a misunderstanding of orders.
President Believes Employee Is Just
Touched With the Heat.
New Vork, July 21.���William C.
Duncan, president of the Greenwich
bank, a state institution, said today
that Walter Hall, the paying teller
of the Herald Square branch of the
haul;, had been missing since July 1,
He added: "We believe Hall was
simply touchet by the heat an I will
turn up sooner or later." Hall is
twenty-six years old and has beea a
trusted employee of the bank for si.\
years.
At lasl the city of New Westminster is practically assure I of an up-
to-date telephone system. At the regular meeting of the bo ird of trade las
nlghl A. \v. McLeoil, chairman ol
i ii ��� commit ti e on commerce and In-
di Btries, announced thai the B. C,
Telephom company had assured him
that it was considering a new Bystem of phones, similar io the ones
in Use in Vancotn r; thai the plans
for the proposed alterations had practically been completed and that the
change, if not made this fall, would
be sialic I early next year.
l'he announcement was received
with gieit delight by the board of
trade, whose members have been
working on the proposition for a long
time now. Mr. McLeod stated that he
had interviewed the general manager
of the company, Mr. liaise, in Vancouver recently and the above promises had been made by that official,
who seemed to take considerable Interest in the development of the business in the Royal City. Mr. Halse
added that the new system would
Involve some changes in the building
and plans were being made for a new
story to be added to the structure.
Mr. McLeod also haa a conversation with Mr. Ferguson, superintendent of the traffic department, about
complaints of delays which had been
made by several members of the
board of trade recently. Mr. Ferguson asked for specific Instances of
delay or inattention and will probably
come to New Westminster in the
course of a few days to look into the
whole question.
London. July 21.���T. P, O'Connor,
president of the United Irish Le i| ������
of Gieat Britain, referring in the
inline of liis regular contribution to
a Sunday paper to the rumor that the
Irish question wlll form a part of any
sinu.iicui reached In the Inter-party
conference ovei- the question of the
lords power to veto, says: "1 know
Mr, Roosevelt brought to the att n-
tion of leading men here the \asi necessity for a Settlement of the relations hetween England and Ireland
from tin American viewpoint, and Mr.
Roosevelt is convinced that until the
Irish question is settle.I there will
always be an element of soreness
among the large masses of Americans, which must stand in the way id'
better relations between the two nations."
Halifax Session Ends.
Halifax, July 21.���The Halifax sittings of the royal commission in industrial training and technical education concluded last night. The evidence last night was almost wholly
from representatives of tlie labor i.i-
leists of tlie city.
COMMISSIONERS TO TAKE  PART
IN CONFERENCE DELIBERATIONS
London, July 21.���It Is understood
that invitations to the Imperial conference in Hill will be accompanied
by Invitations to the coronation, and
also tbat high commissioners of the
dominions stationed in London wil}
he asked to take part in the Ucniterations of tht' conterence.
Rescue Apparatus for Coal Mines.
Victoria, July 21.���An act requiring
thn installation of modern rescue apparatus in coal mines is proclaimed
to take effect November 1 in today's
Provincial Gazette.
REVENUE  BREAKS  RECORD.
Financial   Position   of   Province   Was
Never More Satisfactory.
Victoria. July 21.���Prom reports received at the treasury during the past
few days Premier McBride announces
with gratification that the financial po-
-dtion of British Columbia litis never
been more satisfactory than now. the
evenues of the country being far In
���xcess of thos-> of any previous period
n provincial history.
��� ��� ��� ��� **** ************
��� FiiT* Under Control. ���
��� Victoria, July 2\.���Telegrams ���
��� to Premier McBride from the ���
��� government    agent    tii    Kaslo ���
��� report that tha thes in the Shi- ���
<> can district are under control, ���
��� the   menace   to   the   safety   of ���
j ��� Kaslo.   'I hree   Pork.-   and   San- ���
��� tlou having greatly lessened in ���
��� the past  forty-eight  hours. ���
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Playing Members and Officials of ihe Montreal Lacrosse Club
Continued on Page Five.)
Steel  Out'ook  Good.
P��   York,  July   21.���Presidents  of
various subsidiary  companies of
'nlted  siatcs  steel   corporation
ere  todav   and   discussed   gen-
conditions of the steel trade. The
|l   representatives   took   the   vl 'w
while there had been a lessening
[and  for steel  products  recently,
���nt   im  huge  Increase  in  steel
I'"b may be expected  during the
&  ���     a  heavy  movement  in  the
s anticipated.
Weds  Girl   of   Sixteen.
lellevllie, out.. July  21. ��� Ernest
J1'    "1  this  city,   Is   under  arrest
flied witli marrying u girl named
J'i Povey who Is only sixteen.    He
���'  marriage license alleging that
girl   was  over   eighteen.       They
tt   married  and the girl's parents
h'm arrested.   He is now in jail.
ITACKED  WITH   PITCHFORKS,
JSHERIFF KILLS FIVE NEGROES
lllott. Miss., July 21.���Five negroes
''���' killed and two others mortallv
lln'!od today by Deputy Sheriff Sid
i"1'"v. of tills county, when the ne-
, whom he was endeavoring to
under arrest, advanced on him
Pitchforks for  weapons.
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c- P. R. and Men Agree.
. Montreal,  July  21. ���A detinue   agreement   was   reached"
afternoon    between    the
1 anadlan Pacliic railway train-
|L1en> yardmen and conductors.
he agreement is settled  and
" lll(''. and will he signed as
"'" us ready.    It ls stated the
'' "" Pet about ninety per cent
" 'heir demands.
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PAGE TWO.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
JULY 22
Classified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE SOCIALISTS ARE
ACTIVE IN GERMANY
WANTED.
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT IX Accountancy uishis si,nation tor practical experience. No salary two or
foui weeks preceding steady situation.    .Address A, ihis ollice.
WANTED TO BUY���CHERRIES OX
the tree. Apply by letter, Bos CC,
Xo'.\ s office.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Best wages paid to righl party. Apply  201   Columbia  sheet.
WANTED���BOYS    TO    WORK    AT
the Heaver cigar factory.
WANTED���A GIRL  FOR GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply 125 Third avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALK���A NEARLY NEW FIVE
room furnished cottage; half minute to car. Price $1,800; casli $600.
AddresB Owner, Daily News offlce.
FOR   SALE���REFRIGERATOR.    AP-
ply II. Oliver. 2:'.:', Eleventh stieet,
city.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank   Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
20 acres on Scott road, close in, at
$1 In  per acre.
Two large lots close to store and tram I
$300 each: one-fourth casli; balance!
.in per month.
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good I
land; all cleared, wilh good house I
and barns;  250 bearing fruit trees; I
en  good   road.    Price $3,500.    (1 1
terms. H2-\
Fort George Lands--20,000 acres-
being some of the hest land in Central Hritish Columbia, which is he
ing sold rapidly in large and small
tracts, (.n very attractive terms.
Call and get particulars.
Minister of War Declares the
Efficiency of the Army is
Threatened.
COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY
BOON TO SURGEONS
Philadelphia, -Inly 21.���Color photography is the latest adjuncl to the
surgeon's knife. Thc up-to-date surgeon now notifies the attending physi-
clan that he wains an "autochrome,"
or photographic plate in colors, of the
condition of tlie patient. Several
Philadelphia physicians have been
making these photographs.
in iiie treatment of cancer color
photography has in an Indirect  man
ner proved invaluable. There are
cases which can not stand an opera-
,,������. often there is a difference of
,)|)inio��� among the surgeons and lhe
advlce of an authority usually is
soughl When the consultant sees a
colored plai.' of ihe cancer he Is bet-
���' Iron
The   color
,,,,- ;,i,ie to reach a decision than from
i ordinary photograph
process also shows clearly the color
Of tne various blood cells. Dr. t - B.
Longnecker is one of the local physicians who has been sueeesstiillv ex-
perimenting with color photography.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���
H.st  class board.    Newly  furnished
rooms.     All   home  cooking.    Terms,
very reasonable, al 513 Agues sine:.
DOUBLE CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and Eleventh street; 132x132 feet,
with small cottage. Price $3,500;
$500 cash; balance on very easy
terms. 170-C
N. W. l/4 section 8, Tp. 10���160 acres
of good land wilh 2,000,000 feet of
timher. Xo timber lease. $,'i5 per
acre.    $:'.!hhi cash.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
TO    RENT ��� NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable lor two. Handy to
business section. Apply I-"-1 Tenth
stn et.
TO  RENT���FURNISHED ROOM. 204
Agnes street.
TO RENT���FURNISHED KOO.M. AP-
ply Sis, .Milton street.
TO  RENT.
f5"LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished.   Near Daily News.
Apply   this   ollice.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AXD
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for stoie rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. I'. Trustees, 517 St. George
stieet, City.
LOST.
LOST���SET OK DRAWING INS rRU-
ments In green case. Finder please
communicate with Hope & Barker,
Trapp block.
LOST ���IN OK NEAR MARKET, A
pocketbook containing bank book
and sum of money. Reward if le-
turned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram of-
fiee and Third streel. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News office.
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in saltness���but delicate, giving just
the right favour.    Use no other.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
be sol I by fits! of August. 10 acies.
.--ll in Oats, Potatoes and Garden.
Water tit the door. Nice Cottage
and Stable. All the stock and Machinery go wiih this place; nnd the
Furniture of the house. Right tn
town, where you have both the tram
and Great Northern service daily.
Heie is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home al a small
price, and easy terms. Call and see
us about this.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
"MT BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
er  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
CHOICE RESIDENTIAL���Lots in new
sub-division. Just north of Queens
park, on First and Colborne streets.
between Sixth and Seventh avenues,
from $360 to $700 according to location. ',-, cash; 6, 12 and 18 months.
Very desirable.
MODERN 8-ROOMED HOUSE���
I'iper I'oi'RSTzaou' evil "yFI aoi n
Piped for furnace, wilh barn, cat
riage house, chicken house and run;
corner Seventh avenue and Fourteenth stieet. Four 66xl40-foot lots,
all cleared and fenced; cedar hedge
in front anl all kinds of fruit. $2,30u
cash, balance ($5,000) at your own
terms, will handle this fine residential proposition.
151
NEW  WESTMINSTER
MAIL SERVICE
II. &  V. "Stales" daily except Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8::;o, 13:00, 1.S:00.
Victoria, daily except  Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00,
B. &   V.  "States,"  dally  except   Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 0:15.
C. &   V.   Fast,   daily;    Leave,   8:30,
ir>:45;   An ive at  9:25,  '22:'.i0.
Sapperton,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave   8:30, 15:45;   Arrive at  9:25
and 21:00.
Fraeer   Mills,   dally   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive at  14:00.
Fast   Burnaby,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave.  14:00;   Arrive at   11:00.
Burquitlam,    daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Timbei land,    Tuesday    and     Friday;
I eave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00,
Strawberry Hill, Tues lay and Friday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday: Leave, 14:00; Arrive at. 10:00.
Ladner, daily excepl   Sunday;   Leave,
] 1:20;  Arrive at  10:00.
Sorl   Gulchon,   daily   except   Sunday;
} Leave, 14:20;  Arrive at  10:00,
Vcstham    Island,   daily   except    Sun-
���day; Leave. 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   An ive ai   10:00.
/.ni ads   island,  Monday,  Wednesday
and   Friday;   l,ea\-e,  14:20;   Arrive
at  10:00.
Annleville,    daily     except     .Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave, 14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 1.6:30.
II.   i'.-   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday:    Leave.   14:20;    Arrive   at
V :00,
C"      rla'e,     daily     except     Sunday;
' eave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Po't    Kris,    dally    excepl     Sunday;
! er e   14:50:   Ani  e al   11:50.
Clvon.   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
rn:1   Ea'urday;   Leave,   11.50;   Aril' e at  ll:on.
T -e'eid.    Tticslaiv     and     Friday;
1 e ������ �����>. 14:50:   Anl 0 al. 11:00.
F. & S. "Spates." dally "xrent. Sunday;
I."T e   15:45;  Arrive at 15:15.
Burnabv   La'o,   dallv   excepl   Sunday;
lore   16:00; A nice at 15:15.
ALL KINDS OF FARM AND ACREAGE propositions in Surrey, Langley. Uurnaby and Maple Ridge���improve.I. partly improved, and unimproved: dairy farms and small fruit
farms with dwellings and outbuildings complete; several fine sub-di-
vision propositions. For terms, free
inspection, etc., apply���
HAiFbRoTTS
New Westminster, B. C.      Phone 335
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local
ImiKirvement  General   Bylaw,     1909,"
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Roll for Local Improvements on
the   following   streets,     viz.,     Tenth
street on both sides from  Sixth avenue to Tenth  avenue, except on  the
east side of said street between Sixth
and   Fighth   avenues;   also   on     both
sides of London, Edinburg, Dublin and
Hamilton streets,  KlRht and  Seventh
avenues between Tenth and    Twelfth
streets, is open for inspection  nt the
office of the Assessment  Commissioner in the city hall, Xew Westminster,
British Columbia, and In case the own-
or or any retson interested in any of
ithe  properties  included   therein    desires to appeal from such assessment.
ihe  shall, within  the period of eleven
i'lli   days   from   the   first   publication
[of this notice, gire notice to the un-
I derslgned in
to appeal.
Dated   the
1910.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of fust publication the 27th day
of June. 1910.
writing of  Ms  intention
7th  day of June,  A.I).,
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Berlin, July 21.���Is the youth of
Germany being so thoroughly permeated with Socialism by the propaganda carried on among the youths
and young men of lhe country as 10
endanger the maintenance of military
discipline, and to corrupt the Kaiser's
army? This question, suggested by a
recent confidential report forwarded
hy the minister of war to the imperial
government declaring that ho Could
nol maintain the efficiency of the
army unless energetic steps were
taken to stop the Socialist propaganda among the young men of (ier-
many before they become soldiers, is
the subject of an animated discussion
in the political periodical press of this
country.
In Germany with its existing laws
of conscription every young man i:i
lhe course of events becomes a soldier, so thai practically the entire
male population of the country is
under the direct command of the
Kaiser. This universal military service has been a great obstacle to llie
Socialist movement, inasmuch as the
fundamental principles of army dis-
cipllne are entirely Incompatible with
tin1 fundamental principles of Socialism.
A revolutionary change in the
form of government and in the order
of society such as is demanded and
propagated by the Socialist party can
never take place so long as the army
remains true and loyal to the reigning
emperor. The Socialists have long
since realized that their movement is
doomed to failure until they can permeate ihe army with revolutionary;
sentiment. Bui to propagate Social-j
ism or anti-military ideas or seditious j
principles among the uniformed boI-
dieis of the Kaiser, is not merely an
Offence against the laws of the land
but constitutes the. crime of high
treason, so that every Socialist agi-;
tator who tried to preach Socialism to
soldiers would tind himself thrust into one of the imperial prisons for the
remainder of his natural life.
Notwithstanding the dangers some i
efforts are nevertheless made to get 1
at the soldiers during their term 01 I
actual service, principally by smug-;
gling Socialist pamphlets and leaflets
into the barracks, and by <juiot propa-|
ganda carried on in the ranks of earn-
est and enuthusiastic Socialist sol-'
diers.
Such efforts are, however, necessar- j
il/ limited and for the most part the
anti-military   propaganda   of   the    So-,
cialist party is directed to the task of |
capturing for the Socialist movement
the young men of the country before
they   enter   the   army.     The   age   for
beginning    the    term    of   compulsory
military service varies from eighteen j
to twenty and averages nineteen, soi
that the youths of Germany  have  to
be  educated  in  Socialism  while   they
aie in their teens.
Here again another grave difficulty;
confronts the Socialist party, because
the law of the laud prohibits any per-1
son under twenty-one years from join-l
ing any political organization, or from1
participtlpating ia any political move-i
ment.     The   propaganda   among   the
youths of the country must, therefore,
be  carried   on   under  a   certain   disguise, and this is provided by the continuation   schools,  ostensibly  founded
for   tiie   purpose   of   allowing   intelligent boys  who  lmve left school, and
who   have   begun   to   earn   their  own
living,   to   increase   their   knowledge
during the evening bonis.
These schools, which cannot be legally suppressed, are ln reality hotbeds of Socialism, only that the propaganda is carried on quietly and secretly, and in such way as to evade
the law. Through these schools
young Germans are taught to abhor
authority and discipline and militarism, and the result is that when they
enter the army to perform that military service which every Germany
citizen has to render to his Fatherland, they are completely spoiled from
the point of view of their commanding officers.
It is alleged that the Socialist party
encourages It adherents to remain in
tbe army volutarlly after they have
completed their compulsory term of
two j ears' service in order that they
may become non-commissioned officers and thereby enable the Socialist
leaders to keep a grip on the Kaiser's
legions.
One thing Is perfectly clear, namely,
that nothing can be done to put an
end to this propaganda under the existing law, so that it, as fhe minister
of war declares, energetic measures
ai 3 to be taken to suppress It, a new-
law must first be created to render
such steps legal and possible, but such
a law would be exceptional coercive
legislation diieeted against a political |
movement, and Germany would hardly
tolerate a reactionary policy on those
lines In the present mood of demonstrative discontent revealed in the
remarkable Socialist victories at bye-
e'ections to the Reichstag.
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Money", that he Must not make any more prominent
display of furniture
This and the price tags on the goods worry them.
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Kitchen and Dining Room Chairs 55c
Best Cork   Linoleum, per yd 45c
Best English Oilcloth, beautiful designs, per yd 29c
Camping Cots and Mattresses $2.50
Royal Oak Sideboard with British bevelled mirrors,
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655 FRONT STREET
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T ������   a  "WANT"  rd   in   The  .News.
It v.'-i: brine results,
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
if Abbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
ipply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum
��� n nnd in the following described
hinds:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
V, 10. corner, planted*at the N. K.
corner of Section 10, In Townshln If),
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence south 80
chains: thence west R0 chains; thence
north R0 chains; thence east SO chains
tp point of commencement and containing (140 acres,
Dated nt Ahbotsford. B.C.. this 0th
lav  of June,  AI).,  1010.
NORM AN  CASWELL.
Must   File   Tariffs.
Washington, D. C. July 21.���A pro- '|
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dny   to   compel   the   Interstate   Com-11
merce commission to assume jurisdic- ;
tion   over   the   Alaska   railways   and
transportation companies and to conn
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Chicago Has Two Million.
Chicago, July 21.���Tho population
of Chicago litis passed the two million
mark, according to the estimates
based on the 1010 school census ma:1a
public yesterday. Children of Gorman parentage take the first rank, followed by Poles, Russians and Irish.
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SANITARY    NOTICE.
All  rubbish  and garbage tm't  I
removed   to   the   foot   ol   ��i%^J_
street and Fifth avenue, where11
be burned by tbo corporation.
Any person  or  persons  who
ir on'
garbage or rubbish of an;
any otber stieet or avenue ������     rlJ|
lane,   vacant   lot  or  public '"'''J
wlll   bo   prosecuted   under  th"    I
visions of the Sanitary BylaW- ���*
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Sanitary [nsp1^
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For all kinds nf
JOB   PRINTIH
Phone 695
or leave orders al
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near The Dally News Co., G0U -'
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i^iju'v rplDAY. JULY 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
AND REGISTRY ACT.
<��� .. ,;. 7 and 8, Block 3 of part
Euth-easl quarter of Section 7,
s. Map 'i-N, ,n the District
Westminster, Cloverdale.
-L;\s proof ot the loss of Ccrtifi-
���jiii,. Number 12464 K, issued
,.,,,,,. of it- T. Wilson Herald
n filed in "iiri ofiice.
K. i^ hereby given that I shall.
Expiration of one montli from
[(, ',,, the first publication here-
dailj newspaper published in
C 0| New Westminster, issue a
{",, n| the said Certificate, unless
meantime valid object ion be
_, me In writing.
CS. KEITH.
...       Distrlcl  Registrar of Titles.
glstry Ofllce,
stmlnster, H. C, July 6, 1910.
jLISH WATCHMAKER
Watcies for LOdlefl from |12.75
r Waiclies, gents' open face
r watches, gents' open ease,
|t for Waltham ��nd Elgin
repairing B specialty
F. CRAKE
loors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
District of  New  Westminster
New Westminster Land District
Take notice that I, George Beckett,
or Abbotsford, B.C., teamster. Intend
to apply to the (u,|ef Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. i\ for a H.
cense to prospect for coal and petrol-
eiim on and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked G B
N. \v. corner, planted al the N w'
corner of Section 28, in Township 19
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence casi 80 chains;
tlience south mi chains; th. nee west
80 chains; tlience north 80 chains to
poim of commencemenl and containing 640 acres.
Hated ai Abbotsford, B.C., this 9tb
day  of  June,  A.D.,   1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
HELD DAYS WITHOUT
fOOD BY INSANE MAN
With Maniac Husband Holding Axe, Woman Undergoes Awful Experience.
MM LAY IN BED SILENT
LOR THIRTI ONE VEALS
Long  Voluntary Silence  Makes  Effort
to   Speak  to   Devoted   Sister   Vain
as Strange Man's Life Ends.
VJCTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone   631
^
A.  CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and  Engineer.
HOPE &  BARKER, Architects.
New   Westminster ��� Trapp   Block
Pbone 655.
PALMER
.SOLINE ENGINES
!V4  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
tminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
th   St.,   New   Westminster.
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PRINTING
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ptlnten at Vancouver and New
llmlnater, B. t'��� under the name
Jackson & Morrison, was on the
'!> day of October, 1909, dissolved
putual consent.
FREDERICK JACKSON.
WM. G. MORRISON.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The New Sternwheeler
| S. S. PAYSTREAK )
|TY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel  Pipe,
piers   will   be   received   by   the
*lingn,ed "!' to r' P- ">��� of August
I;,'.' ��� tor the supply of l.ooo feet
T". '' diameter and 1.200 feet of
["" diameter lupwelded stoel
wa ror I3.1nch diameter flexible
["'""'ailotm   and   full   particulars
'"' obtained from the Cltv Engl-
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W   lowesi  or any tender not nee-
**��i accepted,
ttv 7i'u' rn,NCAN. City Clerk.
K0flW'i  New  Westminster, July
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com
paJiy's wharf. New Westminster, wltb
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster 1 uesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Frl
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
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New  Westminster.
New Vork, July 21.���Still under the
care of a physician, exhausted as a result of being held three days prisoner
by her husband, who had gone in-|
sano, Mrs. Wiiiiam 11. Whitney, of 12
Easl Eighty-eighth street, tells th ��� police of the nervous strain under which
she had gone and of the suffering
from fear and lack of too I.
N'U hi  1 n l  day,  kepi  awake by tlie
delui Ions of His weakened mind, tho
husband, an employee of the pur!; department, watched his wife constantly :
and   threatene 1   to   kill   her  If   she
should  sei cam  or  make an effort   toi
escaj c.   Whitney had an ax which he I
held  In his hand  constantly,    lr  was
the  weapon   with   wliich   he  intended
to cany 0 il the 1 hi cats If the wife at-
ti mpted to leave him or In the event
thai  someone should come to her rescue.
i
Whitney today  is a raving  maniac,!
confined In a cell In Bellevue hospital.
That  Mrs.  Whitney, who is sixty-two'
years old. is alive, Is due to her pres-.
ence of mind and her watchfulness to
catch the first sign of fatigue that her,
husband  showed.    This came shortly
before  midnight,   when   Mrs.  Whitney I
noticed  that   his  eyelids   were  beginning   to   droop.     It   was   the   sign   of
sleepiness that she  had  been  watching   for,   longing   for   almost   desperately, for three long days and nights.
Saved    Her   Life.
"Life is so tiresome. I am going to
die and take you with me." Whitney
said to his wife Saturday morning and
with this grabbed an ax from a corner and started toward the woman.
She made an effort to reach the door,
at the same time indicating that there
was someone there who wanted to
see the man. The idea of killin. was
gone for the moment. Mrs. Whitney
had saved her life.
Then she began to talk to the man.
She recalled old times, days when
both were young. Then she talked in
as calm a tone as possible of their
past, recalling the mos; pleasant
times in their recollection. It was
soothing to the maniac for the time
heing.  at  least.
Whitney had been robbe 1 of desire
for food by the attack of insanity. He
did not care to eat. And he would allow  Mrs.  Whitney  nothing.
Hour alter hour the man sat In a
chair with the ax in his lap. He made
his wife sit opposite him. Sometimes
hi said nothing for hours. Often he
would not permit the woman to open
I her mouth. Le just sat there and
gazed���gazed at the wife and sometimes  past   her  into  the  distance.
Ordeal   Frightful.
Mrs. Whitney today said that at
times she thought she would herself
go insane. The suspense was awful.
She could do nothing. The man would
not even allow her to lead or engage
her attention in any way. He seemed
obsessed of making her as miserable
as himself.
Saturday night passed. Mrs. Whitney thought she would never live
through Sunday. She was becoming
weaker and hoped that her husband
would soon begin to show signs of
weakening. All the time, every minute of the day and night, Mrs. Whitney was planning to escape or trying
to conceive of some way by which the
neighbors might be aroused.
Late in the night Whitney began to
display indications of being tired.
After a while he dozed. It was the
opportunity that ths wife had been
watching for.
Wife   Escapes.
Quietly she climbed to the fire escape and finally reached the ground,
having  descended   live  flights.
Mrs. Whitney went to the home of
Dr. C. II. Goldsmith, of 1220 Malison
avenue, and fell almost exhausted
upon the doorstep of the physician's
house.
Dr. Goldsmith had been treating
Whitney. Ile went at once to the
house.
"I've some fine chicken broth here,"
the doctor called through the keyhole
of the apartment, after having arousi A
tho Insane man. The mention of broth
seemed to appeal to him. He opened
the door, still holding the ax. He
was surprised at the appearance of
the physician, and willingly agreed to
accompany him to a restaurant. Then
he was rushed to the hospital in the
doctor's automobile.
Whitney apparently didn't miss his
wife. He didn't ask about her and
had no recollection of having held her
a prisoner for three days and nights.
Somerville,  N.   J.,   duly   20.���Silas
I loll mai:.   ihe   strange   man   of   Bed-
II inster.  who  kept  bis  bed   while  ap- i
parentlj In perfect health aud refused
to speak for thirty-one years, is dead.
lie passed away lasl niglil without
breaking the silence which he had pre-
bi rved for so long a time, but just before he died he made an effort to
speak to his d ivoted sister, Mrs. Mar-
gan 1 Lane, who cared for him in his |
lonely   habitation   throughout   his  ec-
ci ail Ic   can er.     H   was  too  late,  how-
e. 1 r; ti e years of silence ha de-
pi Ive 1 him of the power oi ai tlcula-
lion.
Hoffman's     strange     conduct     had
made   bim   a    Bubjecl    of   comment
among   tbe  country    peo; le  of   Bed-
minster  township  for so  main   years
thai   he  had  cease,!  to be an  object of
curiosity  to  his neighbors,  who  were
inclined   to   shield   him    from    public '
gaze, and even now are attempting toi
keep   his  death  a  secret,  out   of fear I
that   It   would  cause a  curious  crowd
to gather there from all the country-1
side.
llis funeral will be held on Thursday from the house where he died. He
was  sixty-seven years old.    Whether I
he was insane was never determined,
although he had been examined by a j
score of  physicians,  with  a  view  to!
ascertaining his mental condition. His
eternal   silence   and   his   blank   smile
baffled   all   alienists,   and   physicians
often said he could not be declared insane, as his condition was apparently
normal.
Misfortune   Overcame   Him.
Hoffman was one of five sons of a
prosperous farmer of Bedmlnster
townsite. The other four are living
and are prominent. In the agricultural
and business life of Somerset county.
Hoffman spent his early life, like
his brothers, on his father's farm. At
tli3 age of thirty he possessed a farm
and was the owner of a spanking team
of grey horses, of wliich lie was very
proud. He was fond of society and
was known all around as a gay young
man.
Misfortune  overtook   him
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KIRK'S HARDWARE
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that  I, T. Walters, of
Abbotsford,   13.C,  engineer,  intend  to
appiy   to  the  Chief  Commissioner  of
Lands at Victoria, B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked T. VV.,
S.   W.   corner,   planted  at  the   S.   W.
corner of Section 32, in Township 10.
Municipality   of   Sumas.   New   Westminster   District;    thence   north     Su
chains',  thence east 80 chains: thence
south   SU  chains:     thence    west    80
chains to point of commencement and
He  lost ' containing   640   acres,
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had to be sacrificed.   Inconsolable, he , da>' of Juno' AD- 101��-
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Teaming and Ex-
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DEALER IN
WOOD
730 FOURTH  ST. PHONE  R527
went to bed an 1 turned his face to
the wall, and for a long time refused
to speak or eat. Food was left on a
table near his bed, and when he was
nearly starved he arose one night
from his bed and ate and took a stroll
out of doors.
He continued to arise each night
thereafter and eat and take a walk,
until one night when he slipped on
the ice and broke his arm. After that
ace'.dent he never arose from his bed
or passed out of the door.
Sister   Cared   for   Him.
In all these years he was cared for
like an Infant by his widowed sister,
Mrs. Margaret Lane, out of her scanty
income and $?> a week which she received for his maintenance from Hed-
minster township.
Physicians have been
Hoffman to die every year for the
last decade from sheer inactivity. His
vitality for a number of years has
heen so low that at times his heart almost falle 1 to beat, and for several
days before his death his attending
physician could not detect any pulse.
T.   WALTERS.
Gardiner & Gardiner
<F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6, Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone  661 Residence   Phone  133
NOTICE    TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undei igned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender tor Piping System,"
Tender for Water System," and "Tender for Pipe Tunnels and Wiling
Ducts," as the case may be. will be
received at the ollice of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noon of the 26th dav of July,
1910, for:
iii Air, ste.mi, water and oil piping system;
(2)  Yard   water   system:
CW Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required In connection with th ��� Transcontinental Railway shops east of
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may be
sei n in the offlce of Mr. Cordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
ai Ottawa, Ontario, and In fhe ollice
of Mr. S. It. Poulln, Districi Engineer,
St.   Boniface,  Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nol be considered unless
made on the primed form supplied
by the Commissioners, which may he
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and he accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of lhe Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent llu p. c.) of the amount of the
tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall .within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract, specifications, and other documents required to he signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute the contract
with the Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure, and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall  be forfeited.
Tbe cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted Will be
deposited to the credit of tbe Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract  according to  its terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after tlie
sicning of the contract.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By orde",
P.   E.   RYAN".
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
the  Transcontinental   Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June. 1010.
P.  O.  Box  395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
expecting /_\   jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for it.
FRANK H. D0DMAN
"ARE   YOU   CRAZY?"
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Coach and Automobile  Painter.
Can you imagine anything funnier
than the following plot for a play. Tbe
plot of "Are You Crazy" is around
Tom Stanhope, forbidden by bis father
to marry the girl of his choice and
is driven from home. He resorts to
strategy in order to remain near his
fiancee. He finds a photograph, and
with the assistance of a wigmaker,
disguises himself to appear like tlie
oilglnal, which later proves lo be one
of two twin brothers, ln his disguise
he meets his father and Induces him
to favor his attention to the young
lady. His father, thinking him a
stranger, falls into the trap. In his
disguise he ls continually mistaken
by the fiancee and wife of tlie two
twin brothers. Miss Armitage, Tom's
sweetheart, meets the twins at different times, thinking, of course, it is
Tom in his disguise. The general, his
father, meets all three separate.y,
thinking there Is but one man. As
they look alike, it gives rise to many
funny situations and laughable mixups. Bennie Claman, as General Stanhope, gives a splendid portrayal of a
blustering old gentleman determined
to have his own way. and is ably supported by players especially chosen
for their respective parts. As In the
last act they all win.lup in a lunatic
asylum ln a grand mix-up, each thinking the others are crazy. The management have renamed the play "Are
You Crazy?" This company will appear here, at the Westminster Opera
house, on  Monday.
Lettering  and   Top   Repairing.
1014 Sixth Avenue.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Wince 'Phone 1S*.     Barn Tfcou�� 11/
Columbia Street-
Eafgage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of tlte city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Dis'rict  of  New  Westminster.
New Wtstminster Land District.
Take notice that I. John Beckett, of
Abbotsford. B.C, lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. h.,
S. E. corner, planted at the S. E. corner of Section 31, In Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north SO chains;
thence west 80 cliains; thence south
SO chains; thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement and containing C40 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June, A.D.. 1910.
JOHN  BECKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Section 6, Townsliip 19, in tlie District of
New  Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tificae of Title Number B069F, issued
in the name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been  filed  in this ofllce.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the llrst publication hereof,
In a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster. Issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meant line valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ofllce, New Westminster, B. C. July 8, 1910.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
TOM, DICK AND
HARRY
in
11 Are You Crazy,"
at the
OPERA HOUSE,
Monday, July 25th
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens   Lay.
Central Meat Mar A
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
IT PAYS TO  AOVERTI8E
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PAGE FOUR
-if.
Tlie prowess of Canada's sons has
wen new fame for them and their
country in the realms of manly sport.
The victory of the Canadian crew at
Henley this year and the remarkable
success of the Canadian team at Ris-
ley, are sterling tributes to the worth
and mettle of the representatives Of
this Dominion. And what is no less
a matier for congratulation is Hie fact
that tluse performances of Canadians
have been heralded with welcome by
their follow sportsmen i:; the mother
country.
T!:e   winning  of  one  of  the   miuli-
prize.l trophies at   Henley regatta by
the   Winnipeg    crew,    which    proved
them superior to the host that either
old  England or tlie continent of Eu-
ropi  could pll againsl them, was most
1 opular.    The measure of iheir popularity and the feteing of the prairie
City scullers may perhaps have bee.i
in   some  slight   degree  prompted   by
the feeling of satisfaction engendeied
by their having vanquished the Ger-|
man crew, to whom otherwise the co-.
\e>'rd  trophy would  in all probability I
have fallen.   Germany and things Ger-!
man are just now unpopular ia Great,
Britain, and  it  would doubtless have
been a hard blow to many Britishers
if ti.e Teutons had proved themselves;
the victors.
But the splendid   spirit of welcome
i
and   hospitality   which   has   been   ac-i
coided the Canadians by the English
people lias a deeper meaning than
this. It reveals a welcome shifting of |
the point of view wliich is particularly]
gratifying. The visitors from overseas aie no longer treated in a toler-
and and patronizing manner by their
comrades In prowess and skill, but are
looked upon as equals in every way.
The old insular spirit lias disappeared; the prejudice and misunderstanding of the men from beyond the
Atlantic and Pacific, and their rating
as merely "Colonials" has died oul
a.'.d a truer and nobler feeMnn to-
' wards them has sprung up. This is
just as it should be, and for the future
those from "our Dominion beyond lhe
seas." whether from Canada, Australasia, or other parts of the Empire
will receive that recognition which is
their due.
Another indication of the growth of
this better understanding is the recognition of the right of the oversea rep-
lesentatlves to be present at great
state ceremonials. The recent stop
in this direction at the funeral of Ed I
ward VII. was a happy departure from
ti.e old order of things, and now it is
announced that the representatives of
the vaiious states of the Empire will
ka\e proper positions assigned to
them at the coronation of George V.
All tlxse circumstances tend towards
the strengthening of the bond of imperial unity, which It is the desire of
the hest minds of the Empire to see
! dl accompli.
A SORTING CLEARANCE OF
IV1'-!.-i. lv-, \ :-i MW    ���-��� i
Comfort
hidor
Vudor Hammocks
Japanese, Bamboo Porch
Screens and Shades.
Every Reed and Porch
Chair Cut in Price.
We must have lhe
room they occupy for
incoming: merchandise
JORCHJMApES
We Furnish Your Home  Complet
LEES LIMITED
[NTS IN WHI MUSLINS ETC
IWWIKMt.? ���;- Tiwrr^.-
They   come   in   all    lengths,  suitable  for  either dnsses or  waists, and  several  odd
thrown out to swell up these extra specials.
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LOT NO. 1.-
Comprises a splendid range of fancy white vesting*, striped,  checked, and spotted -
piece of small crossbar muslin.   Regular 15c and 20c values for, per yard     .."
LOT NO. 2.-
('.insists   of  a  charming   selection in  line muslins and vestlngB,   white only,  Btriped, ���
broidered spots and fancy designs, fancy checks, etc.   A wide variety to choose from.   >
secure the biggest  bargains.   Regular values up to 65c per yard, [or, per yard  J,
Plione 73
i��3~ffii&a_��Ksw:
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
,16 718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
������������i
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Regular $1 Fon^ee
For 65 c
Here is a striking value in natural
pongee silk, soft lustrous finish, even
weave; splendid for separate coats or
dresses; 3-1 inches wide. Regular %i
per yard.   Sale price, per yard ��� ��� ��� -65c
All-over Lace
40c per yd.
A real snap in white and cream all-
over,   fancy   net,   guipure,   and   i
lace  effects.    A   clearing of  all  odd
lengths   In   this   class   of   ten,;
Inches   wide.     Regular  values   to
per yard.    Eor. per yard   40c
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
mmm*l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^_____^__________
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
,^c,ip washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
fil in behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); COLD 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    \\\\\l////
easily, vigorously, __^
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Embroideries at 10c per yard.
A table that is attracting a .teat deal of attention Is this table of embroideries���and no wonde'
You'll be attracted yourself if you are here In time. Such pretty designs, such tine quality, and sad
splendid   widths,   ranging   from 2%   to 8  inches  wide.    Special,  per   yard     10c |
Specials in Notions For Saturday Shoppers
LINEN   BUTTONS  12'2c  SET.
WHITE  TAPE  7'/jC   BUNCH.
Put   up   in   dozens:    1   dozen
asorted sizes in each hunch. Extra Special, per bunch   7'/fc
Superior quality bone buttons; about 6 dozen to a set, in
six different  sizes.    Special,  per
set      12'"2
HAIR   GOODS.   ROLLS.
TURBANS.
Braids, etc., In all      li
large variety of Btj lea
Hair  Rolls, from
Bralda,  from   ....
Ladies' Lisle Hose 25c
In a large collection of popular colorings, fine quality Lisle
hose, ladies' sizes.   Regular 35c
value.    Sale Price, per pair, 25c
Hats Fer 25c
Ladies' sailor hats, children's
serge and drill tarns, yachting
caps, and camp caps. The balance left from this season's sell-
in. . Values up to $2.26. Clearing at, each    25c
Children's Seeks 10c
White cotton socks, lace ,uJ
plain  effects;   almost  all sits
represented  here.
value at, per pair  1fc
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CANADIAN PACIFIC!.
RAILWAY CO.
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Leave New Westminster: j a,
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas!*
and Transcontinental No. !iT; arriving j J
New Westminster  7:43. If
9:10���With  No.  2  going east;   also  t
connection for Nicola and train  from1'
i Agassiz,   Kootenay,   Okanagan    and
Sumas;    arriving    New    Westminster,
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; re-
turniriK arrive Westminster 1K-.13.
19:35���With   No.  96  Transcontinental easthound and trains from Mission,
I Nicola and Okatia. on  points, and  No
1   from   east;    arrive   New   Westminister 22:0'.'.
1 ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
H. C.  B. FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Vancouver.
:
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Salmon Report I
PAYMENT
OF      ANNUAL
TAXES.
CITY
Correspondence
i Notice   to   Taxpayers:
July 21, 1910. '
,, ... NOTICE  io  HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
Be Ilngham���Got 6,700 lish altogeth- to obtain the advantage of the full re
r . , a erday. ol which 1^6Ofl were from , hat0 ���1lowable, all CITY TAXES and
inlmon Banks, 1,200 from l.uniinl and SEW
balance from Gulf.    Seiners aie (loin
i ri e Dally News is noi responsible i
for i  ���   opinions expressed by its cor-j
I i Si     .Ul .'ItSJ
AOVfiRTISING.
E litor, Daily News-
Sir���We   are  at   present   having   a
P o i  investigation  regarding the ir-
uiarittea of the last council.   How
i    ui!   the   present   council?
A year ago a Trades Union applied
to the council for space to advertise
t eir label In Queens park. They
v.> e Informed that the council passed
a b; law prohibiting any man or any
I ndy of men trom advertising in the
park; and yet how is it that certain
Individuals are allowed space to ad-
\ertlse while all the res' of the hus-
i, ess  men  are prohibited?
('.-in   the   council   show   any   reason
for this special privilege?    If so, we
would  like to hear it.
MEMBERS    OF    CIGAR    MAKERS'
;:.!ON.
Ke v West i bster, July 21, 1010.
R RATIOS MUST he paid on or
before the 1st. DAY of AUGUST.
i little bei er. For the oonvenieiieo of day-workers,
v nacoit.es���Got 7,600 fish from traps the Collect!
tn I  2,500 from seiners.
St.   Mungo���Boats averaged  twelve
. i si erday.
Hritish    Columbia���Boats   averaged
���(    on   yes'erdav.
tor's Office hours will be extended to recive Taxes between 7:00
and !) ]). m., on Saturday, July 30th.,
and on Monday, August 1st.
All   persons   are   earnestly   desired
to pay their taxes before those days
Brunswick���Got 150 fish yesterday., in  order t0 .lV0i(1  undue  pressure'of n-nn n
I  lllciiio���Some   men   hfl-ve   commenc.     , _ .,..  _,_.., ���   .,...,.    xx.uu  jj
i ntque���Some men have commenced  fishing with  spring nets.
Vancouver���Boats averaged fifteen
yesterday.
Phoenix���Got about 1,500 fish yesterday, r
Gulf of Georgia���Got 538 fish. Averaged t welve for forty-four boats
reported,
Ewens���Only got about 100 fish yesterday.   Very few boats out.
Imperial���Got only about 1,000 fish
.est erday.
Montreal   Bank   Clearings.
Montreal.  July   21.���Bank   clearings
for  the   week   were  $45,559,649,  eom-
-���!������(��� 1  with $41,493,784 last year, and
$27,457,449 in  1908.
work upon the clerks whose duties are
Increasing,
TO SAVE TIME WHILST PAYING
TAXES. PLEASE BRING OR SEND
THE TAX DEMAND���TAXPAYERS
WHO PAIL TO BRING THEIR DEMAND NOTICES WILL BE SEPARATELY DEALT WITH AND NOT
ALLOWED TO DELAY PERSONS
WHO COMPLY WITH THIS REQUEST.
Only the 10 per eent rebate will be
allowed from August 2nd., to September 1st., Inclusive.
Afler September 1st., rebates for
this year cannot be allowed.
J. A. RENNIE,
Collector.
City Hall, July 20th., 1910.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a, m   Daily
1:00 p.m    Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Daily
11:00 p. m .... Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. in  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m   Daily
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. ni    Mondays
8:00 a. ni.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
    Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every  Thursday nnd   Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves  New  Westmln
sier 8  a. in.  Monday, Wednesday  and
Fridays:    leaves    Chilliwack    8    a. m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster,
C,  B,  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Trv   a   "WANT"   ad   In   The   News.
u will bring results.
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, ,: BO, '���
8:00 and  every   hall   hour ther-after until  11 p.  m.'
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:60,  6:50, :.'".-'���'
and every half hour thereafter until  11:30 p   m.
Return   Pare:   Adults,   Cue;   children   under   12,  35c.
Sunday  Schedule���Cars  leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver it ���%
a.  in.  and  every  half  hour  thereafter  until   11   p.  m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at   8   a.   in.,   9  a.  Di. >**.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday  Exclusion  Rates:   Return  fare. 50c;  children, 2Bc,
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancoutq
at 7:30 a.  m., 11:20 a,  m. and 3:30   p.   m.    Freight   cars  leave VttI
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:30 and 5:30.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���30 minute service from 6:16 a. in. to 11 I1 ������**
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8 a.  m. and 11 p. "*������
Sapperton   Line���20  minute service, from 0:35 a. m. to 11:10 P-1
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between 8:30 a. in. and H I1 '"���
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CCj
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND!
We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WE8SELT0N��
Prices   in   Rings  $40   to  $400.
These goods are the  BEST procurable in Canada, and la a Vm
ure to show same.
HOWARD  AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
: Chamberlin's
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i Ryall Foot Powderj
t 125c per box.   Try It.
j Ryall's Drug Store\
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��� i    �� f JjtRlDAY, JULY 22, 1910.
���T 	
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE riVB.
POCTNGNEWS
tHTON BOYS WIN [iraSw
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N EXTRA TIME PLAY
|t Enders Lose Fast La-
^sse Game by One Goal
[Game Fairly Clean.
REFUSE Tli PLAY SATURDAY j
SNAPS IN���
Port Mann,   Surrey,   Coquitlam,   Durnaby,   Langley,   *
Ci'.y Pre per !y and   Mouses   and   Lots.     When
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
we
Terminals   Insist   on   Lacrosse   Game
Taking   Place   as   Scheduled,   but
Mintoitis   Is   Too   Strong.
Tin
amateurs  here  yesterday  when
i faat overtime lacrosse niatch LoUned   secretary
venlng   the   Sapperton   interine-
,ideated  the   West  Kud  team
l score-
One time shortly after the start
flrsl quarter Bapperton had the
end   of   a   four-one   score,   hut
��� sl   Enders took a spurt  in  the
muter and managed to score,
e    was   no   score   ill    the    last
although during the last few
^ hoth Galbralth and Bartlett,
West End team, were occupy-
erved seats by the timekeeper,
��� was  considerable  argument
whether the game should go on
Referee  VV, Qlfford  decided
was nol   too dark to play and
.���nt   to it   again,  the  two  West
dpi iis- going   on,     ll    was   de-
o play flve minutes each  way.
overtime only lasted one min-
tteen  seconds,  when   Hume
d
;  e ball and threw it past  Munn.
al was easy as Hume was only I
yards  off   the  nets  and   there!
' a defence man in sight.
: ame was not  so rough as the
nediate games generally are but I ��l,
, as a sufficiency of wood-work. '���
Sappertons seemed to have the
ol   llie game all  through  hut  the I
nl   lie1   home   division   was
11 nine,   for   the   winners;  audi
for   the   West   End,   were   thej
en   on   the  Held.    Coutts  made
I  goal  in  the second quarter,
,���   look   a   shot   after   he   had !
knocked over on Ills siomach.
||.  Following is the goal summary:
Quarter���Swanson, West Knd.'
��� ,i Quarter���Hume, Sapperton;
Sapperton; Coutts, Sapperton.!
I Quarter���Sclater, Sapperton;
Wesl Knd;  Bartlett, West End;
le   Wi si Kud.
i ..''i Quarter���No score.
.���   'ime���Hume,   Sapperton.
11   'cams:
���v ; ��� iimi���Goal,   W.  Coutts;   Stott.
Patchell,   ll.   Patchell,   Atkinson.
Vancouver Terminals threw a
[bombshell into the camp of the senior
they
Keary that they
would consent to no postponement of
the game scheduled for next Saturday. The announcement came very
much as a surprise lo the local men,
who claim that at the annual meet-
ing or the association when llie schedule was drawn up it was expressly
Stipulated that should either of lhe
Minto cup games fall upon any of lhe
dates upon which New Westminster
was scheduled to play there would be
no  game.
If the Vancouver learn turns out
to play nexl Saturday they will tind
no opponents, as the local men all
want to see the final Minto cup match
too badly to bother about any intermediate match in Vancouver and Secretary Keary has notified the Terminals to that effect. In lhe opinion
of the local men there is a resolution   on   the   minutes   of  the   annual
$150,000 TO LOAN
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
S. FADER
451 Columbia St. New   Westminster
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UNABLE TO HEAR TRAIN
MAN IS KNOCKED DOWN
John   Smith,   Pitt   Meadows   Octogenarian, Succumbs to Shock Shortly
After Accident Near Hammond.
Calling  to hear the  C.  P.   R.  westbound train approach because of liis
deafness, John Smith, an octogenarian
resident  of I'itt Meadows, was yesterday   afternoon   struck   bv   the   engine
meeting to the effect that if the Mliito while  walking  from  Port  Hammond
cup   dates   conflici   with   the   regular  to   his   homo.    The   victim   was  alive
scheduled   game,   the   game   shall   he, when   picked   up   by   the   train   crew.
postponed.   Secretary Keary has writ-  who  placed  him  ou  hoard  the  train
ten to the secretary of tbe association with the intention of taking him to
Victoria  asking  him  for full  par-  Vancouver, but on arriving at liarnet
Iticulars,    In any case the New West-  Mr.   Smith   died   us  a   result  of   the
minster men  will not play the game   shock.
The Public
Supply Stores
BB��SS
even if they have
fault.
to let It go by de-
The accident, which was witnessed
by Leslie Pearson, of this city, was
in no way due to carelessness on tlie
part of the engineer, who repeatedly
blew his whistle to warn the man
ahead of his danger. His Infirmity
prevented Mr. Smith hearing the
warning.
The victim of the accident came to
I'itt Meadows about tive years ago
from the southern states. He leaves
a brother. James G. Smith, one of the
pioneers of Pitt Meadows, and a sister,  .Mrs. George Murray, also of Pitt
wife
is   a
i j niece   of   the   deceased,   who   was   a
bachelor.
D. M. Eberts, speaker of the provln-!    The flinerai wlu take place on Sat-
clal house of commons   at   Victoria, I Urday, the body being shipped to Mur-
SPEAKER DE LEGISLATURE   j
WILL START SECOND GAME |
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Honorable   D.    M.    Eberts   Has   Been
I
Selected   as  "Facer-Off"���Captain
Gifford's  Condition   Unchanged
! Mpadows.     Mr/.   J.   H.   Watson,
| of  the   fire   chief   of   this   city,
il   iVU'-?' ���       e' l\        t wi" be tlie imin '" liU'eoff ,lle baU atichie'"s  undertaking parlors from Cen
liiii.il I    ll    ( mm     Sclater. j Queens park tomorrow, when the Mon- Ure _ Hanna'S, Vancouver, today.    In-
treals  and   Salmon   Bellies   meet   in terment will be In the Masoiilc ceme-
the second contest for the Minto cup. hery.
Manager C. A. Welsh yesterday re-' ,{n inquest may he held today, |
ceived a telegram from Mr. Eberts though it is probable this will he dis-1
stating  that   he  was  obliged   for  the  pensed with.
End���Goal, Munn;  Digby, Gal
Gregory, Cooper, Battson, War-
Bartlett,     Sangster,      Wilkie,
Swanson.
Standing of League.
Won.   Lost
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(Continued from Page One.)
Thursday, July 21.
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SUPPLY OE ENGLISH LABOR
FOR COLONIES DISCUSSED
���<eir   Hardie  Gett  No  Answer  When
H�� Asks Whether Trades Unionists'
Views Will  Be Considered.
honor done him in selecting him to
push the button, or words to that
effect, and he would be right there
when wanted.
There was practically no change in
the lacrosse situation yesterday. The
result of the game soems to be such
a foregone conclusion that none of
tiie sports around town are speculating about it. All the cripples, with
tiie exception of Tommy Gifford. are
in gool shape. It will not be known I"
until tomorrow morning whether the bridges do not always open when
Tommy will be in good enough shape I the whistle blows and when a boat
to handle a stick on Saturday and if ��� is coming down stream there is liable
he is not a place will probably be j to be an accident if there is not a
found for Buck Marshall on the de-1 clear way through the bridge,
fence. The meeting wound up with a pro-
The   Montreal   men  are  laying  low. | longed   discussion   on   tbe   action   of:
Nothing  ut   all  has been  heard  from . tho officials of the Canadian-Mexican!
them except  that  one visit  hy David-1 Steamship   line,   which   was   lo   have
son and Hamilton.   They do not talk put New Westminster on tlieir time-j
to  the  Vancouver   papers,   but    they | tables as a regular port of call.   President Lusby stated that hy his actions ]
Captain   Worsnop   had   broken   faith j
with the board of trade and with the |
city.    The  city  had  gone  to considerable expense in fitting up the market wharf on the understanding that
the boats were to make frequent trips
here but they had not done so.    The
boats    were    to  make   regular  trips
here when sufficient trade offered and
President Lusby had rustled tlie trade
and  the boats had not come up.    It
was decided to leave the matter over
until the Lonsdale comes here, as she
is expected in a few days with a cargo
of  supplies  for the  Western  Canada
Power company.
W. Norman Bole, K. C, who had
been appointed the representative of
the board at the meeting of the International Congress of Chambers of
Commerce and Industrial Associations,
held in London in June last, submitted a written report from Dublin,
which was real by the secretary.
Mr. Bole described in his own style
the way in which the delegates had
been treated while in London and he
was free with his praises of the outcome and objects of the conference.
The questions which were considered   by   the  congress  were:
"Enforcement of judgments and
arbitration awards pronounced in for-
AUSTRALIAN STATESMEN
FAVOR CHANGE IN OATH
Man  Who  Shared  ParneM's   Imprisonment Will  Move Address in  House
Favoring   Alteration.
Melbourne, July 21.���Hugh Malum,
who ln issi shared Imprisonment at
Kllmainham with Mr. Parnell, will
1 move an address in the house of rep-
resentatlvo3 for the elimination of the
words In the accession declaration re-
(lectins on the beliefs of Catholics.
Both Premier Fisher and Mr. Deakln
favor the modification, but It is not
certain whether the house will accept
the address ln  the form  propose I.
For
Preserving
A Carload
Just Received
Place your order Nov/.
-AT-
White Rock
Can be had at Lowest Prices and
the Easiest of Terms.
White, Shiles & Co. \
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Columbia St.
New Westminster ���
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Contractors and
House Builders
Vve nave a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders  Hardware in tkis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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0 GIFTS 0
Selected  at  Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined caste.
CUT GLASS in* Celery Dishes. Spoon  Trays,  Hon  Bona,  Kern and
Flower   Pats,   Viises  and   fruit  Howls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00.  .
SILVERWARE   in   great   variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3-00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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Record Passage on Atlantic.
Montreal. July 81.���The Canadi in
Pacific steamer Empress of Ireland,
which sailed from Quebec on July 15,
is reported 100 miles west of Innis-^i.n countries.
trahull at eleven o'clock, anl is due
In Liverpool at 8 a. in. on Friday,
which means a record trip.
"Advisability  of
Island.
all   countries   ad-
'herlng to the Convention of Madrid,
which deals with th > suppression of
false marks of origin on goods.
Methods of valuation for the com-
Fire on Salt Spring.^..-. , q{ ^.^ sl](tis;ios
led  today of!    "Unification   of  the  law   regarding
Victoria.   July
land   reports   were  reee
July  21.���fo  the  house of
London
;"imions   last   night  Sidney   Buxton,
j1 "-<ide.it of the hoard or trade, stated
,"" ,h<' whole subject In relation to
' ""   exchanges and employment In
colonies  was now  under careful
"���^deration in conjunction with the
'""'U ollice.
11111(1      |l-|MPMB       "...^       .mm.  ., . p>,pmlPq
a nre over an area of two mlies of ch-^S- ^
timber.   On Vancouver Island the fire �� ^
at Cobble Hill is under cont.ol.              '      �� representation of c
unions and
union.
"Direct representation of commerce I
nnd   Industry   at   official   conferences
ind     international     economic     con-
Canadian S. O. E. in London.
London,    July    21,���Th?    Canadian  gre88e8> ���
Sons of England party finished their "Establishment of a fixed date for
London visit, today and leave tomor-' Ea8ter. Unification of and simplifl-
row for provincial cities. They are de- catj0n of the Gregorian calendar
lighted with the metropolis, having
seen all the sights, both historic and
picturesque. 	
The demand for labor in the Over-
*8 nonunions is under consideration,
'   '   ;llH�� the payment of men's fares
'"'in on
oi
hart of tbe Empire to all-
Mr. Hole wrote that most of the
speakers on the different question fl
were experts, and lie found that a
listening attitude best became him.
Eleven  Soldiers  Killed.
Washington. July 21.-A report has
reached the war department  that Sergeant Unas and ten enlisted men were
killed in an accident at Fort  Monroe
,-'11' Hardie inquired if the opln-  Further unofficial reports are
'  91   trades   unionists   in   Canada  accident took place In the Deroussein  pany nnd will be turned  ,��,.,   on  ...
1 be considered, hut Mr. Bux-  battery and was
" Ply. ling out of a breech block. o��e.
Ke
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ton in
Steamer Lonsdale Sold.
Victoria.    July    HI.���The    steamer
Lonsdale has been sold to tho Cana-
that the dian-MexIcaii  Pacific  Steamship com-
|r(. ,,, , roussein  pany and will bo turned over on ar-
ciused by the blow-  rival   from   Salina   Cruz,   being   now
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Funeral of Isaac McMartjn.
One of the largest crowds that has_
attended a funeral In this city for
some time was present at the ob-'
sequles of the late Isaac McMartin.
Rev. J. S. Henderson and Rev. A. E.
Vert conducted the service both at
the late residence of the deceased and
at the graveside. The pallbearers
were T. Gifford, M.L.A.; Alderman A.
W. Gray, W. E. McLeod, J. Smith,
E. V. Batstoue and K. Allen.
There were large masses of flowers sent by friends of the deceased,
who was one of the best known residents of the city. The following is
a partial list of the (lowers sent:
Pillow���The Family. .
Sprays���Mrs. Findley, Mrs. P.
Byrne, Mrs. J. Ross Sharpe, Mr.
Greenwood, Mrs. VV. C. Harris, Mr.
and Mrs. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Ross. Mr. and Mrs. M. McWhinnle,
Mr. and Mrs. T. Ball, Mr. anl Mrs.
W. E, Brenchley and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Sprott, Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Mr.
and Mrs. Alex. Lamb, Miss McPherson, The Women's Association of St.
Andrews church, Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Tidy, William Preston, Mr. and Mrs.
Munn, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spring, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Stewartson, Mr. and Mrs.
Ainsworth, Mr. and Mrs. William
Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Galbralth, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Sutherland, Mrs. George
McKay, Mr. and Mrs. Howay and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. Latham, Mr. and
Mrs.  R.  Parsons.
Wreaths���Mr. and Mrs. F. Allen
(Vancouver), Mrs. R. Cadell and family, Mrs. Thomas Wiggings, Mrs.
Cootes and family (Vancouver), Mr.
and Mrs. Stride.
Crescents���Mr. and Mrs. Winter
(Vancouver), Mrs. Stlnchcombe, Mrs.
D. McDougal (Vancouver).
Heart���Mr. and Mrs. Hammlnk.
Anchor���Mrs. E. V. Batstone (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs. Smithers and
family.
Cross���Mr. R. J. Rickman, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Bntt and family, Mr. and Mrs.
A.   Brooke.
Sheaf���.1. W. McKay, Mrs. M. Sutherland,  Mr. and  Mrs.  A. Wlnteraule.
INSURANCE
THAT INSURES
The days of "Shall I Insure?" are now calendared in "Unbusinesslike Methods of the Past." Today the consideration is: "How Strong
Is the Company?"���"Who Guards Its Welfare?"���"What Are Tts Records With Conflagrations?"
I not only offer you insurance in companies whose records are
foremost In these respects, but your choice in the best of them.
Many people spend their Money and Energy In building a splendid house and then gamble with Providence on Its safety until
sold. Are you one of them? Or are you one of the Safe, Sane, and
Progressive Business Men that insure tt?
ALL    KINDS   OF    INSURANCE   WRITTEN   AT   LOWEST   RATES.
I
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
Sult3 1, Curtis-Armstrong Blk.     ;PhDna 62
WOMAN OF SIXTY GIVES
BIRTH TO TWIN BOYS
Pittsburg, July 21.���Mary Reilly,
sixty years old, of East Pittsburg,
gave birth to twin bys, the third pair
to be born to the couple. Mr. and
Mrs. Reilly came to this country from
Ireland in 1868, when their flrst child
was born���a boy. who now has several children of his own.
Boys and girls followed in rapid
succession, including the twins, until
now there are twenty living children
with  today's  arrivals.
Reilly ls three years his wife's senior, and has  worked in   the   rolling
mills in Pittsburg since he came to
this country. The last arrival of the
stork will be celebrated In a few
weeks by a reunion of the whole family, including the many grandchildren.
Child Torturer Sentenced.
St. John, N. B., July 21.���Chai les
MacLaughlin, a sixteen-year-old youth,
arrested some time ago for coaxing
little boys to lonely places, making
them strip and beating and torturing
them in a fiendish manner, was yesterday sentenced to eight vears In
the penitentiary.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
See The Barrels
H
New Westminster's Great Shoe Slaughter Sale
UP
Johnston's   Big   Barrel   Shoe   Sale
Goes  Merrily  On
Day by day the interest increases in this Big Sale���Crowds throng
the store from morning till night, prices are being smashed without
mercy, profits are entirely forgotten. Our one desire is to clear out
our present stock completely in order to make room for the big
Fall stock now in transit. No shoe is reserved, everything gets the
knife. We'll supply you with Two and Three pairs for the price
usually paid for one���don't you think it would pay you to investigate.   Don't Delay, these prices won't last forever.
Only a few
prices here,
See Barrels
and Windows
for more.
$1.95
Buys a pair of Men's $3.00
White Canvas Boots or Oxfords���Welted    Soles.
$2.35
Buys a pair of Men's $4.00
Vici Kid of Box Calf Lace
Boots���Blucher Cut���Good
Shapes���All Sizes.
$2.50
Buys a pair or $4.50 Patent,
Tan or Kid Oxfords for Ladies. All the new styles.
Sewn So'es. Fancy Suede
Tops, Etc.
$1.95
$3.95
Buys your choice of the
swellest assortment of Men's
$6.00 American Boots ever
offered.    See this line.
$3.45
$1.45
For Men's Cool Tan or Black
Oxfords; American Made in
Neat Stylish Shapes. All
Leathers and Styles.
For Ladies' Brown, Grey or
White $3.00 Canvas Oxfords. Sewn Soles. American    Makes.
For Ladies' $3.00 Turn Sole
Oxfords. Soft Kid Stock. Patent Tips.    All   Sizes.
$1.75
FK'OAY.JU LV22,,,,
See The Barrel
95c
Buys a pair of Misses' Good
Grade White Canvas Ankle
Strap Slippers.    All Sizes.
For Ladies' $3.50 Vici Kid
Blucher Cut Lace Boots. All
Sizes and Styles.
90c
Buys a pair of Children's
Lace Boots. Regular $1.75.
Assorted Styles.
Summer
Goods of all
kinds at
Give Away
Prices
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
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Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner in fee simple, under
a Tax Sale I'ced from E. A. Wilmot,
inspector of dykes, to Duncan Bell
Hall, bearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 1907, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and heing
Jn the District of New Westminster,
In the Pr.).' a e oi British Columbia,
more particil irly known and described as part 3.<!0 anes of the southeast
quarter of Section 18, Township 3,
Range 29, west of Gth Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in ttu said land by virtue
of any tinre '--tr-ed instrument, and
all persons cli.'t.ing any interest in
the said hnd by dt-r-ent, whose title
Is not rejisivcl ".i "er the provisions
of the "Land Ro. tfti'V Act," are required to contest I'm <:'.a :n of the tax purchaser "1fa)'n forty llv.4 days from the
date of the flr��it pub!: cation of this
notice upon yju and in default of a
caveat or certifl.'a't' ul ,:s pendens
being filed w't! in sue i | oriod, or in
default of rei nn. tion r.ftor.t registration, you anl ocit of yon will be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any t l*il)n to o- ia inspect of
the said tan'l, Mud I Bha I register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
In fee. And I here! y O'-i-. that publication of this nctfo for thirty days
in a daily newsptp��r pi bllshed in New
Westminster w li le (.ood and sufficient service llifltv A
Dated at tli. 1 -nd Registry Offlce,
New Westmln-ier, r-v ''nee o1 British
Columbia, this :-0th oay of April, A.
-*    1010.
O. S. KEITH,
1 iPtrlct Registrar
^To Canada Permanent Loan & Sav
lngs Co.; Oppenheimer Bros., Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Leishman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
COAL SEAM IS BONANZA
ON G.T.P. NEAR EDMONTON
$200 a   Ton   Vein   Only   One   of Kind
Discovered,    and   Owner   Has
Monopoly.
HEAD     HUNTERS'     REWARD
\
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Edmonton, July 21.���The discovery
of a peculiar class of blacksmith's
coal, by the sale of which he is rapidly piling up a fortune, has been made
on the main line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific railway, near Brule lake, in
the foothills, by Dick Scoville, the
contractor who cleared all the right of
way for the railway west of Edmonton to the pass.
I'p until this year Scoville was engaged in his work of clearing the right
of way for the new transcontlnenal
and while he was making a little
money on the contract, it was not
one on which he would grow wealthy
very fast, lt was when he had completed his contract to the mountains,
and was doing a little prospecting,
that he stumbled on the discovery
which is reaping him quite a handsome bank account.
The coal he discovered a few miles
north of the O. T. P., near Brule lake,
is of peculiar class that is very valuable to blacksmiths. Scoville saw and
seized his opportunity. There were
dozens of blacksmiths up and down
the G. T. P. construction to whom this
coal would prove indispensible. It was
an easy matter for Scoville to file a
claim on the coal, put a few men to
work to mine it, and ship it into the
construction camps at $200 a ton.
Scoville's claim is almost on the
shores  of  Brule lake.    He  loads  the
Xew York. July 21.���Captain A. II.
Smith, of the Inverness Line steamer
fnveresk, failed to qualify as a full-
fledged member of the Malacca head-
hunters, and because he failed brought
eight of the tribemen to New York
today from Singapore as members of
his crew. Earely in May the Inverness put into Singapore, and had not
been at her anchorage two hours when
a gaudily dressed native appeared
and requested Captain Smith to take
part in a lion hunt with his highness
the Sultan of Jahore.
With a lion at bay, the Englishman
took his position flat on the ground,
his knees pointed upward, and held
by both hands above his head. The
natives hid in tbe bush and awaited
the spring of the huge male. A taw-
ney streak seared the green and fell
upon the prostrate Smith. Immediately half a score of the natives despatched the lion. Captain Smith received only a few deep scratches on
his arm.
The captain, most gracefully, rode
back to the place and told the Sultan
that anything he could do for his
highness or his people would be gladly undertaken.
His highness replied: "A lot of my
people have heard of the sea, but
have never soen it. They would like
to sail on the big ships. Now, If you
can take several on your ship it will
please thotn mightily." So It was that
eight of the fellows who had saved
the captain's life are  ln  Now  York.
KAISEK TO BE EDITOR
JUST LIKE ROOSEVELT
Emperor   to   Take   Quill   in   Hand   to
Wake German Papers Out of Lethargy   by  Live  "Yellow."
AMERICAN MEAT SOUND,
SAY DANISH OFFICIALS
Take notice that I, .1.  F.  Bovd, of:       -~   -    -       "'   """���'"  l"c
Abbotsford,   B.C.,   lumberman,   intend j coal ou the huge flat bottomed boats
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of, and  by  this  means of transportation
Lands at Victoria   nn    fn- ���.  ii~��r,���- I.
Lands at Victoria. B.C., for a license
he is able  to reach  many camps up
to prospect for coal and petroleum on       ,   , .a.     aa*. a , n.
and in the following described lands: I and down  the  Athabasca   river.     To
Commencing at a post marked J. I l*-ose camps farther inland, he hauls
F. B., S. W. corner, planted at the ' the coal by team. By this means he
g. W. corner of Section 24, in Town- 8Upplies many of the blacksmiths In
shin  lfi,  Municipality of Sumas, New   ., . ���,   , . _. . .
Westminster District; thence north 80   tbe tam"s ,,f Phelan a,,d Shlrley west
chains;  thence east SO chains; thence  of the McLeod river,
south   SO  chains;  ' thence    west     80      T'ie   blacksmiths   in   the   construe-
chains to point of commencement and   ,ion camps gladly pay $200 a ton for
containing 640 acres. ��� the coal.   In Edmonton the coal would
Dated at Abbotsford.  B.C.. this 9th ' bf worth from $50 to $75 per ton. It
day  of June,  A.D., 1910.
J.   F
BOYD.
costs Scoville from $50 to $75 per
ton to deliver the coal into the construction camps, but the profit he is
making over and above this expense
's  enough   to  make  him  rich   before
_, ,,...,,,_���      .   ,      _ ���   *������'���'���,-..   i��   man.    . un   mu    oeiore
Try  a  "WANT' ad  In  The  News,   the  contractors  finish  their  work  to
It will bring results. the Yellowhead Pass.
Copenhagen, July 21.���The Danish
health authorities have just completed
an investigation into the charges
made in tho Scandinavian press, especially the Norwegian papers, against
American moat packers. It was stated that the consignments sent to Den-
mark from Chicago, and re-exported
from Denmark to Norway, often included horse and even donkey flesh,
and that American meat often was
tainted.
The Danish report covers rather more
than a month  or examination of the
meat arriving by steamship from Hull,
Letth and Newcastle, by way of which
I English ports the alleged tainted American meat was supposed to come to
I iSeandinavia.     The   medical   officers
j have  not found  any  American  horse
flesh,  btit they  have discovered  con-
i siderahle quantities of English  horse
I lies').    This horse flesh  was strongly
cured and was always accompanied by
English certlflcates thai  it was from
sound animals, which  had been carefully  evair inei prior to killing.    The
ultimate destination of such meat was
Sweden.
Charges also were brought to the
effect that American lamb sent via
Hamburg was tainted. The medical
officers examined a consignment of
437 barrels but all proved fresh and
wholesome.
Berlin, July 21. ���The versatile
Kaiser now intends to become a newspaper proprietor, manager and editor.
His intimate friend. Prince Max Egen
Furstenbtirg, has received Instructions
to make the necessary arrangements.
The Kaiser believes existing newspapers in Germany do not suffice to
exert a sufficient influence against socialism and he thinks the reason lies
in the untterable dullness of his country's journals. He will make a sensational, enterprising, dashing newspaper, commanding excellent news service with a tinge of "yellow" in Its
composition.
The Kaiser has carefully studied
American newspapers and their methods and his news sheet Is to be remodeled largely upon the best productions of American journalism with
attractive headlines and all the other
features of the American newspaper.
From the participants in the Kaiser's crttiso along the coast of Norway
came heartrending wails of sorrow
concerning the way the Kaiser teases
and persecutes in a playful way liis
Invited guests. His practical jokes
are at times a source of trouble and
j embarrassment to his fellow voy-
��� agers.
For Instance, the Kaiser rises at 3
a. m., goes to the cabin of a guest and
forcibly drags the sleeper from his repose. If one of the guests is conspicuously fat tlie Kaiser delights in
ordering him to go through certain
gymnastic exercises for the entertainment of the assembled company.
Grave officials are compelle.t to run
the gauntlet of the other guests. Dis
tinguished diplomats are required to
crawl about the deck on their hands
and knees while the guests laugh at
the prostrate  figures.
After dinner the Kaiser calls upon
men who are notoriously the possessors of cracked and tinharmonious
voices to sing. In Germany it. is considered such a high honor to be Invited to take oart In a cruise aboard
the Hoiienzollern that, the guests hear
the jokes with fortitude.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, B. C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, ami marked on the envelope "Tendeis fur Royal Columbian
Hospital." will he received at the
office of the Secretary, Thomson block.
New Westminster, It. ('., until 12
o'clock noon, of Monday, the fifteenth
day of August, DUO.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of the architects.
Messrs. Birds ti. Blackmore, 306 Loo
block, Vancouver, B. ('.. or at tbe
Secretary's office, Thomson block,
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must he signed and
sealed by all tbe parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be nccoin-
panted by an accepted cheque on a!
chartered bank, payable to thp order [
of the Hoard of Managers of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, equal to flve per
cent of Ihe amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accept-!
ed,  shall,   within  one   week   after  the'
acceptance thereof, sign the contract'
specifications and other documents re-1
quired to he signed, and in any case |
of   refusal   or   lailiire   on   the   part   of
the party whose tender is accepted, to
complete   and    execute    the    contract
with the Board of Managers, the said
Cheque shall bo forfeited to the Board
of Managers as liquidated damages for
such  refusal or failure.
The person whose tender Is accepted, will be required to provide
a bond satisfactory to the Board of
Managers, equal to ten per cent of
the amount of the contract.
The   cheque   deposited   hy   parties
whose   tenders   are   rejected   will   he
returned   within   ten   days   after   the
signing of the contract.
The lowest, or any tender, not nee-
NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS,
essarily accepted.
Secretary   Royal
P. O.  Box 59.
New   Westminster,   B
1910.
W.  H.  KEARY,
Columbian  Hospital.
C,   July   14,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL         $14,400,000.00
RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of thc
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowe'. al 3 per cent, per
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
1 G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Scaled Tenders addre .:���
derslgned, and  marked
lo| e "Tenders for Bewi
ceived  al  the offlce of i     Coi .-
sioners of the Transcouth enl
way, al Ottawa, Ontario,   id til twelu
o'clock noon of the 26th d ij
1910, for the excavation, construct^
and completion of a main sewei ���'���'���
for  the   Winnipeg  shop     Ituated a
Section B, Tp.  11,  Ham;,.  I K. un '.it
line of the National Transcontlnen.
Railway, ahout  six miles i isl of W
nlpeg, extending from the pump boa
|and terminal yard to the Seine Hiv..
i    I'lans   and   specifications   may '������
seen in the offlce of Mr. Gordon Grant
.Chief Engineer of the Commlsslone.
.at  Ottawa, Ont., and In  the office of
JMr.   S.   R.   I'oulln,   District   Engine*
St   Boniface,  Man,
;    Persons tendering are notified that
.tenders will not be considered unlesi
j made   on   the   form   supplied  hy it*
I Commissioners,   which    may   be bM
on application to the Chh I Engine*
I at Ottawa, or to tlie Distrlcl Engine*
at   St.   Boniface,   Man.
Each tender must he signed aM
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed, and be accotnpanledM
an accepted cheque on a charter*
Hank of the Dominion of Canada liable to the order of the Comml*
sioners of the Transcontinental ��
way, for the sum equal to ten per <'���������
(10 p. c.i of the amount of the tend*
Any person whose ten.ier IS J
cepted shall, within ten days after tM
i signing thereof, sign the contract
specifications, and other documenti
required to be signed, and In anycj"
of refusal or failure on the part ofw
paity whose tender Is accepted toM?
cute and complete the contract WiU
the Commissioners, the Bald clieqM
shall be forfeited to the ComBJ
sioners as liquidated damages for *"*'
refusal or failure, and all contrac
rights acquired by the acceptance ��
the tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheque   deposited   by   l'''"1'''
whose tenders is accepted will ������e.
posited to the credit of the RetfW
Oeneral of Canada, as security for "
due and  faithful  performance oi
contract according to its terms.
The cheques deposited by P��ru"
whose tenders are rejected will '"'. r|
turned within ten days after tliesl?'
Ing of the contract.       I ...
The right Is reserved' to reject ��"���
or all tenders.
By order.
P,  K   i>' I AV .
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the TranBCOO"!
ncntal Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. July 8, ii'l"-   (c(?,
Newspapers Inserting thi.  "|v0L',,,.
ment without authority from tin1 ij"
missioners will not be paid f-r ''���
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        D A I  L   .
N   t*1
_ttfgH*ftifiii ��� ;FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
"Mtrict of  New Westminster.
'   "    " Westminster Land District.
_��� n(,tlce that I. ii- A. Tretlieway,
"Til���Ki'ord,   B.C.,   lumberman,   In
*~w   M,|,' to the Chief Commis-
I - lands at  Victoria,  B.C., foi
,,, [0 prospect for coal and pe-
,,,, ;ind in the following du
lands:
fc���. nclng  at   a  post   marked   U.
W.  corner, planted at the
n.    '���    of Section 29, in Town-
^���d    Municipality  of  Sumas,  Now
TJi'iisier  District;   thence east  80
thence south 80 chains; thence
 j   cliains:      thence     north    80
K     point of commencement and
HsRi       '       acres.
�������?K,,  ;,,   Abbotsford.  B.C.. this 9lh
^-M  June.   A.I)..   19UI.
��� ii. a. TRETHEWAY.
J8trlct of  New Westminster.
|w Westminster Land District.
|e notice that I, Alexander John-
if Abbotsford. B.C., lumberman
to apply to the chief Commis-
of Lands at   Victoria, B.C., fo"
nso to prospect for coal and pe-
tm on  and   in  the  following de-
d lands:
Imencing at a post marked A. J.,
uner, planted at the N. E. cor-
kf   Section   30,   in   Township   L9
1 pal It.   of Sumas, Npw Westmln
strict; tlience south sti chains;
��est   SO  chains;   thence  north
,,i:s.   thence  east   So  chains   to |
of commencement and contain-1
n acres.
.,| al   Abbotsford.  B.C., this 9th '
Kf  June.   AD.  1910.
ALEXANDER  JOHNSTON'.     |
District of  New  Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that 1. J. A. McQowan,
of Abbotsford, B.C. accountant, intend to apply to the chief Commissioner of Lands ai Victoria, B.C., for
a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on nnd In the following desci ibed lands:
Commencing at a post marked J,
A. McG., S. W. corner, planted at tbe
S. w. corner of Section 113, In Township 19, Municipality of Sumas, New
Westminster District; thence north
xo chains; thence east 80 cliains;
tlience soulli  SO cliains;   tlience  west
so chains to point of commencement
and containing 640 acres,
Dated al Abbot sfoi d. B.C., this 9th
dav  of June, A.D.,  1910.
J. A. McGOWAN.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
MOUNTAINEERS WiU
EXPLORE ROCKIES
IMMENSE STHIKE IS
FEARED IN ENGLAND
Capital   Paid  Up
Reserves    	
$5,000,000
$5,900,000
The Hank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout tho island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in till parts
of the Qlobe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
M,   RICHARDSON,  Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
PURE GOODS ARE
Rowan's Perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*. Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
owan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR K50 per Bbl-
FLOUR  AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 83S.
B.C. Mills
\Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds ot
.UMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   HNISR
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing"*Mills Branch
iTelephone   12 New Westminster Box   13/
Professor Collie, Vice-President of English Alpine
Club, Plans Jaunt.
Edmonton, July 21.���Prof. L N. Collie, of the (Jiverslty of London, England, and A. L. .Mnnn, a London pub-
lislier, arrived in the city this morning. Prof Collie is vice president of
the English Alpine clui>. and is au
author of some note, in company
with Mr. Ktutfield, he lias written a
book entitled, "Exportation of the Canadian Rockies." Both gentlemen will
leave for the Yellow Head l'ass next
Saiunlay, for tho purpose of exploring the  Rockies.
Fifth   Trip   to   Rockies.
Seen this morning Prof. Collie stated that this was his fifth trip to the
Rockies.
"In 1897 I was in Banff for some
time," said the professor, "and in the
following summer I again came over
and this time I discovered tlie source
Of lhe  Athabasca river.
"That same vear 1 found the biggest snow field in the Rockies, ll is
a hundred miles square and is the
source of the Backatchewan, the Ath-
abaska nnd in an Indirect way, the
source  ot   the  Columbia.
Flows   Into   Three   Oceans.
"There is a mountain there called
"The Dome," snow from wliich drains
into the three oceans.
"Two or llie largest mountains in
ihai snow field we called the Alherta
and the Columbia. 1 also made a
map,of the Rockies from tlie C. IJ. R.
north to llie head waters of the Atha-
baska river, which is the only mai) of
the Rock Moutains there is. I was
also here in 1898, in 1900 and In 1902."
This year the party intended to
start in at the Yellow Head pass and
see what the mountains are like north
of that poinl.
"Tlie Rocky mountains," continue:!
the professor, " are very much ahead
of tlie Alps in regard to beauty of
scenery. The valleys studded with
clumps of piuc trees and the numerous lakes make them the most beautiful mountain range in the world.
"Of course they are not so high as
the Alps, and have not the magnfl-
cent snow-capped peaks, but there is
not the same monotony in the Canadian mountains as In Switzerland.
There one sees an everlasting line of
snow peaks and here everything is
different. No two mountains are alike
and the rugged grandeur of the pine-
covere 1 hills and valleys is much more
inspiring than the bleaker and uninviting appearance of the Alps.
Amazed   at   Development.
Questioned regarding the rapid advancement of the Canadian west. Prof.
Collie was very enthusiastic regarding Canada's future.
"When 1 first visited Canada." he
said, "Winnipeg was nothing but a
Hudson Ray post, while now there is
a metropolitan city. 1 was simply astounded at the rapid growth of the
place.
"There was no settlement west of
Regina in 1897, and now the country
is settled up to a marvellous extent.
It certainly shows that Canadians are
the most progressive people of this
century. In no other country in the
world have 1 seen such rapid development as here In the Canadian west."
Thirty   Thousand   Railway   Employee:
Are  Already   Idle���Tieup  Spreads
to  Scotland.
NOTICE.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
[Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
Ion 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 Vancou-
r|',
See the   Famous   Fraser   River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons,  .1.
Newcastle, England, July 21.���With
53,000 men idle as a result of llie
strike on the North Eastern railroad,
and wilh factories closing because of
inability to Ship goods or secure coal,
the industrial situation here today is
grave. The strike is considered one
of ihe most serious that England has
ever faced.
A conference called last night to
adjust tlie differences bei ween the employees and the officials of the road
tailed, and today the strikers are more
determined than ever to tie up traffic.
No freight has been moved today and
only the mall  trains are running,
Thirty thousand railroad men are
out. Seventeen thousand miners were
made idle today when, owing to inability to ship coal, the mines were
closed down Indefinitely. Five thousand dock workers have been laid
off because no traffic can be hauled.
In ihe manufacturing cities through
which Uie North Eastern runs, factories are facing a serious situation.
There is little coal on band, and unless trains are run soon factories will
be forced to close, throwing thousands
out of employment.
President Buxton, of the board of
trade, is making every effort io In ing
about, arbitration, and today held important conferences with the strikers
and witli officials of the road, but
there is little prospect of a speedy
adjustment of the trouble.
To make matters worse, the strike
has spread to the railroads in Scotland. Sixty thousand employees on
the Scottish roads have already walked out and thousands more are threatening to quit work. Many riots aj'e
reported.
Business and financial leaders, realizing the gravity of the situation, are
planning to do all in their power to
stop the spread of the strike. Unless this is accomplished at once they
declare very railroad in England will
become involved.
Twenty-five thousand miners in the
Northumberland district are idle today. Eight of the principal collieries
of the Durham Iron mines and the
Cleveland quarries have been shut
down. Aside from the actual strikers
on the railroad it is estimated that
fully 100,000 persons are idle.
IN THE MATTER of the Companies
Act, 1910,
AND
IN  THE  MATTER  of  Hale  Bros.  &
Kennedy, Limited:
NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN  thai
the above-named Hale Bros. & Kennedy. Limited, will one month alter
the 7th day of .luiy, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for ap-'
proval, changing its name to Kennedy
Bros..  Limited.
Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
7,   111 10.
B.   S.   KENNEDY,
Secy. Hale Bros. & Kennedy, Ltd
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
30ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST*
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
hoard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemtrer, at it p.m. Annual
meetings, on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
CHIEF   MATTHIAS   BUSY.
Getting Tribes  in  Line for   Reception j
to Sir Wilfrid.
North   Vancouver,   July   Ll.���Chief i
Matthias   is   busy   making   arrange- j
I ments   for   the   participation   of   the |
Indians in the reception to Sir Wilfrid |
j Laurier at  Vancouver.    He expects a I
good attendance of the tribes on that
\ occasion.
Tlie  chief hopes  to  have  the  work
on his father's tomb completed in
���''ne- tor the formal celebrations at
the end of next month.
EDITOR'S SON TAKES
JOB ON RIVAL SHEET t
FOR
n
Springfield, Mass., July 21.���Samuel
Bowles, publisher of The Springfield
Republican, and his son, Samuel
Howies, Jr.. are competitors in journalism to such an exteet that the
younger Bowles has taken an editorial
position with a rival daily newspaper
in Springfield. The situation may be
summed up In the statement that "a
radical difference of opinion exists between father and son as to the true
scope of modern journalism."
The younger Bowles has left his
father's roof and is living in modest
quarters in Salem street. He Is twenty-flve years old and has crossed
the ocean In a cattle boat and spent
a year as a miner in Cripple Creek.
He was the first newspaper man to
spot news ln the Crazy Snake uprising, a feat accomplished at the risk
of his life.
While in Harvard young Bowles successfully engineered a movement to
prevent the control of class politics by
club men and was editor of The Harvard Lampoon, The report that he
was engaged to the daughter of Gov.
Charles X. Haskell, of Oklahoma,
Bowles. Jr.. says, was a hoax perpetrated by tlie Tiianuie club of Harvard. It is understood that Mr. Bowles' present income is about twenty
1 per cent of that formerly allowed
I him by his father.
RUPTURE
Mr. A. Claverie
the celebrated European Specialist
who created such an enthusiasm in
Vancouver last week, will  be  in
NEW  WESTMINSTER
(Windsor  Hotel)
on   Monday   from   1   to   9   p. m
Tuesday from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Don't Fail to Go and See Him
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
GOOD
TIME
to take up a good subdivision proposition is
right now. By the time
you are in shape to put
it on the market, realty
will be active again.
We have 160 acres in
Coquitlam that we can
sell at $90 on good
terms. Subdivided into
5 acre blocks this will
readily sell for $200 to
$250. Small blocks in
this vicinity have already been sold at as
high a figure as $300
per acre.
Think it over and talk to
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone   714
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf lcdgvrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 65, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block, Sixth Btreet.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LG15.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), ti:' Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575, Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up. wire or
write If unable to  visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, ISARK1S-
tera and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Wil'iams building, -11 Granville street. P. C. Wade. K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room il, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
Railway Time Tables
B  C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Couinbia street. Telephone 62.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,   farm  and   BUDUrban   property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring Suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R 50S.
and
As we have already announced, Mr.
A. Claverie, the European Specialist,
whose name is known all over the
world, is coming to our city.
This is a chance everybody will
grasp.
Rupture is a disease NOT TO BE
TRIFLED WITH.
lt is frequently considered as a
disease without any danger, when
REALLY IT IS ONE OF THE MOST
TERRIBLE.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New West- j
minster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until H:S0 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 ova.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:00 a.m.. and pv^ry halt
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   8
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays cars  leave Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAI?~cT?Y~CREMIC^^
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where tbe
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON  tt.  AYUNoTlKlSHr FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, 'rHE^FUlJNlTUKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Unafcrtater,
corner Agues and McKenzl* streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
It frequently occurs that In a few i    ��- - - - --  �������� ���
months  It   weakens  the  strongest of On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at, D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
S a.m.  to 10 p.m. t^���*
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St., near Fifth Avenue. Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
,1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
men, and renders them incapable of
working and  even  of  walking.
And there is still a more fearful
danger: THE STRANGULATION OF
THE  RUPTURE.
When a rupture Is strangled���a fre-
nuent and unexpected occurrence���
the digestion is suddenly blocked.
miii ii .a i.vSTAN'lANEOUS DICATH
WITHIN  24  HOURS.
It   may   thus   be  seen   how   urgent
Great Northern Railway.
Lv.  N. W.  11  a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:56
.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.;
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 1
|a.m
ar. Seattle 9:4C
a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
KAISER  PLEASED WITH
GIGANTIC GERMAN LINER
Berlin, July 21.���The Kaiser is delighted at the idea that Germany Is to
regain the supremacy of the Atlantic
with the gigantic new liner now being built for the Hamburg-American
line.
His Majesty's visit to Hamburg was
postponed hy the injury to his knee,
but he listened to an illustrated lecture given at President liallin's house
on the details of tbe new German leviathan.
She will be ten feet longer than the
Mauretania, and six feet deeper and
i wider. Her tonnage will lie 45,000���
i nearly twice that of the Kaiserln Au-
guste Victoria, the present monster
of the Hamburg fleet. The new liner's speed will be twenty-two knots,
generated by turbine engines.
When the Kaiser heard of these
facts, and saw the lantern slides
showing the designs for the monster
liner, he clapped his hands like a
child, exclaiming, "Good! We shall
have the lead again."
it  is  to  follow   a  serious   treatmentJlv< Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
when suffering from  Rupture. Ip.m.
All   the  ruptured  will   take  advan- Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:30
tage of  the  presence  in  New  West-lpm
minster   of   such   a   well-known   Spe- 'lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
ciallst  as   Mr.   A.   Claverie  when   he a.m.
comes to our city. ,Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:29
His   Method   and   unexcelled   Appa-'pm
ratus have brought STRENGTH, RF
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOKKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manieis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works; Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
LIEF, SAFETY AND HEALTH TO
ONE MILLION SUFFERERS in the
world, and specially, in VANCOUVER,
last    week,     HUNDREDS    OF    PA
G. N. R.���Port Guidon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
TIENTS    HAVE    RECOVERED    BY | shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge pas-
HIM,   SECURITY,   COMFORT   AND [Sanger station  3:50  p.m.;   arrives  at
HAPPINESS.
I strongly advise all the ruptured
to go and see Mr. A. Claverie: that
will mean for them THE BEGINNING
OF A NEW LIFE.
All Advice Given Free.
Abdominal    Be'ts
men.
Elastic Stockings.
Appliances   for   weakness   and   de-
Port Guichon 6:30 p.m
Leaves Port Gulchon 7:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
0:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas  Branch.
I    Leaves   Sumas   6:00  a.m..    arrives
for   women   and  bridge  passenger  station    0:20  a.m.,
I water  front freight shed    9:30 a.m.,
daily except Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
1.-HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. ttlxtb
street, New Westminster.
formitles of limbs and back   .^���^^-^^^^^^^^^^^���^���^^^^
The only ones of th=lr kind in the | passenger  station   3:50  p.m.,   arrives
world.
MACHINE  WORKS,
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOKKS.
Limited. Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery.
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
Sumas S:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, pte. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
JULY22_,
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We have thc "BEST"
Its all that it's name
implies. Hot weather
without a "Best" refrigerator means loss
of money to you.
Anderson
&
Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Kev. .1. T. Reid, pastor of the
End  Presbyterian church, is recovering from an attack of pleurisy
The;
board
will   be
trade ii
i: ei   lni
e\ < ning.
We i | White Rock has the best bench, train
si i 1'Ice and water supply of any sum-
mei   'i soi i   or can i In  Bi ltish
i i ibia. See White, Shiles & I !o,
for i . ������ ea and terms for lots and
acreage. **
of   the
The Princess .May, which has b< m
chartered for the Citizens Picnic to
Victoria on July 21. wlll leave the
C. I'. R. wharf on that dan- at sei en
o'clock in the morning. There will
he no waiting for hue comers.
Call on W. E. Fales for
delivery on parlor, bedroom,
or any house furnishings.
A conference was held yesterday afternoon   between   representatives   of
the   Westminster   City   hand   and   the
finance committee of the city council.
No arrangements could  be arrived  at
1 in time to hold a concert last night:
prompt  but "'e committee promised to bring
kitchen  the  request of the  musicians  before
**   1 the   council   on   .Monday   evening.
.Mischievous lads yesterday broke
Into the residence of C. J. Donohue,
.McKenzie Btreet, taking away a watch
as a memento of thi Ir \ islt. The boys
entered the room through a window
and made their exit  the same way.
Seasonable
For camp sites at
White, Shiles  cfi   Co.
While Hock,
see
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THERMOS  BOTTLES���Pts.,  Qts.
WATER  WINGS���60c.
BATHING CAPS���25c up.
LIME JUICE���25c;  $1.50 gal.
LEMON POWDER���25c.
SUNBUItN L<ITIONS���25c.
FOOT POWDER���25c.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
7-1;
Sent#0n Approval
To Responsible People   *
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
C'/jc InK Pencil
Your Choice of
Miss Laura Lavery, daughter of A.
L. Lavery. has heen awarded an advanced grade gold meda! by the Royal
Academy of Music of London, Eng-
land. This is the second gold medal
won by Miss Lavery from the Royal
academy  in  two years.
For a pleasant cool dilnk, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe, **
The members of the Balmoral baseball team will practice at Queens park
tonight. An effort was made yesterday to induce the Maple Leafs to play
off a postponed game, but the absence
from the city of several of the heavy
hitters on Mie Leaf's payroll prevented the clash.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only- is
served  there. **
A. Barnet, of Renfrew. Ontario, who
is at present in the city, stated yesterday that the ILrnet McDonald mill
on Lulu island, which was burned
down last year, will not be rebuilt
| this year, although a new structure
may be erected on the site next summer.
Profitable I'itt Meadows ranch close
-.i ('. P. R. and verv close to river.
Improved, with six-room house, barn,
fencing.   All of land In crop, pasture
an i    orchard.      For   saie   al    $200   per
.  ire.    Here is a chance to step right
Into profit,   w. .J. Kerr, 614 Columbia
sir. cl. *���
Traffic on Columbia street was interrupted for a time yesterday morning while If. C. E. R. workmen were
repairing a broken wire, which had
.snapped through coming in contact
with a G. N. W. cable. The live wire
sputtered blue flame as it squirmed
on the ground, causing a hurried dash
for safety on the part of all who happened to be within the danger zone.
The repairs did not occupy many j
minutes.
Try a "Want" ad
will bring results.
in The News   It! I
.1.  C.   Metcalfe,   British   Columbia's!
traveling fruit commissioner,  has ad-'
vised  W.  E. Scott, deputy  minister of
argiculture,  that  shippers  of  i aspher- (
ries  should  avoid   sending  out   large j
shipments  of   fruit   to   prairie  points
for   arrival   at   destination   on   Satur-!
day.   Tlie demand in Alherta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba is light at pres-!
ent, anl growers are advised  to dis-j
pose  of  their  fruits  to  local  markets
and canneries.
For Geraniums, fiahlias and all
kinds of Spring Bedding Plants phone
Davis' Greenhouse, R 208.
*��
Tbe provincial police
yesterday   that   a   body,   supposed   to
| he  that   nf  Smith,  a  Scotchman   who
SfigS I was drowned some time last  winter,
yBJ I was   found   in   Cult us   lake.     Coroner
The steamer Marmion, a fine steel
freighter from Victoria, came into port
yesterday with a small cargo of cement for Gilley Bros. This vessel
was recently purchased in the old
country by the Vancouver Portland
Cement company and seems to he es-
were notified^pecially adapted for heavy freighting
of tli is class. Tbe arrival of the cargo
will enable the Hassam Paving company, which was not working yesterday, io resume operations.
$
This*
Two
Popular
Articles
for onN
Br Ikscikd Uaj
Pelly.   of   Chilliwack,  and   Provincial
Constable  Gammon,  of  Mission,  went
[tip to investigate the case.
my.
See Fales for
niture.
wn and Camp Fur-
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huitratlon�� aie txacl 51m
Every pen guaranteed
full II Kt. M.1M GdM���cut
ou nghj hand may be kj4
fa inner tui r standard
black opacjue pattern, or
Non-breakable Transput-
eut, 6s desired, either la
Wain or engraved finish
as pie.'erred.
Yon may try this p��n a atari,
if TOO do not Rod ila��.'|Te����DU'i,
* l��ti'-r trticlfl (hill y'a can vt-
ct for ii., >r tiiis Tim smut
r*t,t In tnj Btllar Ditto, . a*>
em.reiy |ttUfaeto0 ft*..-,*,, ,.
tptct return it tm . will tend
)ou 11.13tot it.
Cr7o��T��rTiio,irfam<.,l and
Pc,p,i,ar Hi i. Ota l���, y^���c:i v
r.,w|.leio leak prool trlnmp. u.av
I* carried lr, any potltloa it
poekat ci il,. ���{.ping bay, la rl tea i'
any tnglfl Bt f r��t tow I.. IM.
r.utn Uj-rire) fr.A. Iridium
point, polubedtoleanlied rnhtwi
ca,-. IrMra cdta finiah. Rcta.l
"���rrwliaro fur W.M. Armli
wann-d wr,-_ t-r tn-mi. Wriir.
n..��    'leu j������ forpt"    Aldre.r
* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
The Central hotel, opposite ttii B.C.
E. R. depot, changed hands yesterday. Joseph Freeman purchasing the
hostelry from W. P. Curran for a
sum in the neighborhood of $:!ii,iioii.
Mr. Curran purchased the property
only about three months ago from
Miss Gordon, executrix of the will of
the late  William Collier.
In the mining recorder's offlce yesterday morning an application of the
Vancouver Power company for six
miner's inches of water from a stream
in section 29, block 6, on tli" south
side of the river, was refused by the
water commissioners. There is a regulation in force that all applicants
for water must name all persons
whoso property might he affected hy
the- operations of the applicant tind in
this case the rule was neglected. The
company wanted the water for domestic purposes and will probably apply
again for tlie same privilege.
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-THE-
Detroit.
Mi,eitlc Bldg.,
MERCHANTS' RANK Of CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
STORAGE
II. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Ihe Central Hold Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL |
ESTABLISHED   1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Hank Deposits
$1.00 Slart3 an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEV SATURDAY   EVENINGS
Th
FROM  7 TO 9.
^^^^^^^^^^^ working men, merchants, etc.,
n opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
is gives every
�����oo
New Westminster Branch,
H. C. Adams, Mgr.
ALWAYS:
A   nice  line of
TOILET WATERS. VOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES
Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET  SOAPS,   ETC.
T. A. MU:R & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
De^ne   Block���Four   Doors   East
of Bank  of Montreal.
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.   Streets on three sides
tiiis   property.     $350   each.   Terms.
10   lots  extending   from   First  to  Second   street.    This  property
especially  well  situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price  $350 each.    Terms.     INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
- - Our Big - -
Will continue until the end of July.   Now that wc are crowded int
such small quarters we appreciate the value of plenty of room.    Our i
and ourselves suffer on account of the crowded conditions.   Ouj i
will be to make shopping as convenient as possible while alterations are in
progress.   Meanwhile we continue our stock reducing sale.    Every dav
some new bargains on the table.
m
HOUSE DRESSES and
SHIRT WAIST SUITS
$2.50   E.ich.
Regular $3.00 to $:'..7.">. When we Bay housedressi a, we mem
dark-colored, two-piece drestes of materials sine in wear and
wash well, making them most desirable  for  morning  wear,    in  this
int are all sizes from 34 to 10,  On Sale, each    $2.50
WOMEN'S WHITE
CAMBRIC UNDERSKIRTS
Regular values
a style skirts; are
tbem.    A few are
each      	
$1.00   Each.
$1.25   to  Jl 50,    Odd  lines with only a  couple of
all full in size, nothing skrlmpy or inferior about
slightly   soiled and  mussed.    We clear the lol  at,
    $1.00
WHITE CAMBRIC DRAWERS
35c per Pair.
Fine Knitted
Undervests
25c   I
Wilson's   th...        ������   ���.
dervestB  in  go
nicely trimme i  ���   . Torchon
lace.   Regulai  \
:;fic.   sale Prici, <   h ...25c
One Lot Undervests. 20c Ej
Ke. ular   vai,.
Another odd  lot of several
terials.    On Sale, per pair  ...
styles white cambric nnd cotton
ma-
35c
NEW BLACK SILK WAISTS
$4.50   E.ich.
We place on sale today,  IS only,  black  silk   waists,   mule  of  fine
soft chiffon taffeta.   They are made with fine tucks down front, yoke
portions cut and made in new and attractive styles,    Sizes i re 34 to
42.    All new waists in Tuesday morning,    (Jn Sale, each   . $4.50
NEW NET WAISTS
Here  again   new  styles
has  arrived���the  advance
and ecru.    All sizes.
are being displaye I,
shipment of tall wah
Only a small nui     ���
ts.   Shown in i  earn
One Lot Ui
ndervests,
15c Ea.
Regular
values . ���
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1
Lot Undi
���rvests. 2
for 25c.
Ue. ilia
r vai ii
5c.
1
Lot   Um
dervests.
10c Ea.
R
egular va
lues 12^
I IS
All   lines
of cotl m under-
wear   are
on   sale
,r  Sale
I'i ices.   We handle Watson'j
underwear   iin  ..
a sure guarantee      quallt]
Women's
Knitted Cotton
Combinations
85c   Each.
Watson's fine i   tl i
blnatlons,   sizes
only,   Regular pri
so few remain thai wi
clear
i ac h
them   out.
.  ..
W. i COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
BRITISH
Sir William H. D. Haggard to Settle
Peru-Colombian Question.
Klo Janeiro, July 21.���Sir William
II. I). Haggard, British minister to
Brazil, will be asked to act as arbitrator in the long-standing boundary
llspi)te between Peru and Colombia.
The   declinations   of   Baron    De
London    Syndicate    Goes    Into    Fruit
Farming   in   Annapolis   Val'ey.
Halifax. July 21.���George II. Itiimer,
of  London,  representing  an   English I
| financial syndicate, has purchased on :
behalf of the company a large number    of    orchards    al     Wolfvllle    and
Rio   Starr's Point.    They propose operating
AIHSHIP FLEET IS
11 NECESSITY FOB II
No
Bianco, the Brazian foreign minister,  these properties as one concern  ship-'
who was first im ited to become the  ping the product to the London mar-'
arbitrator,  was  based  upon  a   reallz.a-   ket.
lion of the difficulty of rendering a;    -Mr.   Ritner  arrived   fiom   London1
Army Properly Equipped "5
Flyers, Says Chief S'W*
Officer   of   U. S. Land   Forces.
out
decision without offending one of the
parties, with both or whom Brazil Is
on friendly terms.
Peru and Colombia laid claim to a
large pint oi the territory embraced
within the Republic of Ecuador. The
claim of Colombia was satisfied by
an agreement with Ecuador through
which the former country moved her
boundary a considerable distance Into
the territory of the latter. Peru, however, protested that the tract ceded
hy Ecuador belonged hy right to
Peru. Hence tlie Peruvian-Colombian
complications.
WILD  CHARGES   MADE
Montreal City Council to Investigate
Alleged A.ti-Religlous Conspiracy.
Montreal, July 21.���At Its meeting
yesterday the city council appointed
a committee to investigate charges
that the French Masonic lodge,
L'Emancipation, is engaged in a conspiracy having for Its object the luring of priests who come to Montreal
lo attend the eucharisfie congress of
the Catholic Church to be bold In September into houses of ill-fame under
the idea Hint they are b ling introduced to respectable boarding houses,
the purpose being fo scandalise the
Church and the congress.
The charges were made by a man
named Nilette, who Is employe I on
Le'Devoir, a French evening newspaper which has been conducting an
antl-Masonlc campaign. Some of the
���ildcrmen were disposed to laugh at.
thn accusations made in the letter,
but others regarded I hem as serious
and after debate the committee was
nan-e'd. it is headed h" Mayor Ouerin
and Is Instruct el to report al. once.
on Saturday and concluded the deal,
which was brought aboul largely
through the efforts of ihe provincial
department of industries ami Immigration, and which means the liuro-
uuction of a large amounl of capital
into the Annapolis  valley,
FIRE   RETARDS -RAILWAY.
One   Camp   on   N.   T.   R.  Construction
Swept by Flames.
! Ottawa. July 21.���Private advices received here state that fierce forest
fires have been raging north of Lake
Pigeon for more than a month. Construction camps on the line of tbe National Transcontinental railway are
Suffering from this superadded beat.
Camp :i in dlsti let E was flreswept
and lhe men lost some of tlieir out-
lit. Fortunately the cook saved the
books and plans and a quantity of
goods. This camp Is In charge of Mr.
Ibister, of Ottawa. District E is lhe
last of the N. t\ U. to go under construction, but tho work Is now being
proceeded   wilh   rapidly.
N'ew    Vork.    July    L'l      \'!>   ���
which sen:  aM arm)   Inl i
actual   lighting   todaj   �� :
ploment   of  air   machines���aeropu
and diil;
i equipped
| defeat,
fible   balloons
properly and
umikl "-"
would 4��**"%
.ache! _
(len.  James  Allen, chid' Blgn
��f  the   l'nited   States  army.
I
This is the conclusion rei-     .
mil 00
ilter *
exhaustive study of thc pros a"d **
of army aeronautics.
General      Allen,     wlmsc    l��s
makes blm bead of military air D^
gallon in this country, Is ia N'1'*
on a brief visit. .    j
"Tbo equipment of no army l8;|
Iplete today without air mnclilnea, jg
says In an interview given oul ���t>*%
"Many   improvements  doubtles'
I be  made soon,  but  even   witn
present    capacity    air   maclll'W'Jfl
i perforin services of tin
Two years ago, when exper"11
Meyer, dr*
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1*1
) years ago.
t were started at Fort .....
gallon   was   considered   tinpraCW-
I by many.    It Is now an BCC��mPtjS
fact, Germany and France iiave
| <lie  lead   in   aviation    because
governments  have granted I*--*
have bad Intake seventy-four per cent l",'"lv!!l"0,,K   *""   '"^   *"*-  ^��
of  the  Grand   Trunk   Pacific   loan   he-'
cause   of   the   strike   on   the   Grand
Trunk, which handicapped  Ihe issue.
The issue is for ��2,000,000, three-per-
cents.
Underwriters   Take   Bonds.
London, July 21.���The underwriters'
asked    congress
fur
   w_
two years ago and $500,000 last
but nothing was appropriated-
the development  of air macn��
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fhls country will continue
j private Interests are taking
! problem With increasing
IllVJ
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Unionist Elected. I
London, July 21.���Taylor, unionist,
was electod In the by-election In Kirk-
dale yesterday by 811 majority. The
vote: Ti'.ylor, 4,2GS; Cameron (labor),
3,4(17.
Quebec  Aids
Quebec,   July   81.-
SufTarar*- , J
)\-\*~
government  has donated $5,001    ,,,,1
fund for the relief ol the CumP"
fire sufferers.
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