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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,o   amping
-White rock," the place
yp-UTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1910.
litfiN REFUSE    ,pn of teachers in
10 OPPOSE STRIKERS middle westjuelt here
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liable in Columbus Force
\Vhen Order is Given to
Protect Strikebreakers.
Medicine   Hat   School   Trustees   Wilt
Not Permit Miss Rorke to Come
to  High  School.
,   .   riiifo   Auk. 12.���A  major-
��lurobUB:62JS po��ce  force of C,
threatened because Mayor
men to serv�� <ni
tonight
I lir of the i
ffal/ordered th,
N   ..rM|   cars
,b     ' ,i���si strike rioters.
mit   it uui   the   mayor  nddreused
���;',���,���   urging   them   to- do   their
""     The wntlmeat of  nearly   100
fL 340 available force is to rrfuso
l    '      ,,,. ,,���,, even though    they
,_ .1,.,;    POI  ItlOM.
1(15, Hs P-m   thirty-seven members
' force fia'iy refused to   obey
,������    The  oiher   men   who   finally
��**��� ''�����'"' h*****11'' flrB5?a
Z| went on duty tite seriowly die-
''\   ' ,  itlneers were not assigned to
.(her duties tonight   and   Mayor   Mar-
11 said  'hey   would   be   dismissed
Irwii il* force.	
FlEDMONO MAY ATTEND.
The scarcity of,teachers in the pub-
lie schools of the middle west is causing trouble to the members of the
hoard of school trustees of this city.
The local difficulty Is directly traceable to the school trustees of Medicine
I Hat. who wlll hot permit Miss Korke
to protect W|KJ was recently appointed on the
teaching staff of thc High school, to
leave her present charge. Consequently Miss Rorke has heen compelled to decline the appointment and
the trustees are now seeking some
one else to till the position.
At a meeting of the hoard hold yesterday evening Secretary I.ennie ie-
ported the engagement of ���'.. II. Hade-
stoke. B.A., of Acadia university, .VS..
for third assistant at the high scliool.
Small  Pack  In  Alaska.
Seward, Alaska, Aug. 12,���
He; oris received her" today
are that the salmon pack in the
Bristol Hay district and also
at Kailuk and Yuik, Kodak Islam!, will fall far short of the
average, lt Is believed that the
catch will not. tie more than
three-fourths of the usual
pack.
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Big Scandal.
Memphis, Aug. 12.���Disclosures of a sensational nature
involving former high officials
of the Illinois Central railroad
in the conspiracy hy which the
Memphis Car company is alleged to have defrauded the
railroad of hundreds of thousands of dollars, were made today when a decree was entered in Chancellor lleiskel's
court. Prosecutions will begin
immediately.
RATEPAYERS Tfl DISMISS
IMPROVEMENTS ON STREETS
City     Engineer    Will    Confer    With
Property Owners on Second Street
with Reference to Paving.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
SO\ :YE RUN SEEMS
TUiAVE COME TO END
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PREPARING FINE EXHIBITS  i ARRANGEMENTS MADE EOR
fOR DISPLAY IN THE EAST!     RECEPTION TO LAURIER
Board df Trade Room Is Littered with j Vancouver   Liberal   Association   Plans
v.
city
Irish
Lficler Likely to  Be  at  Eucharistic Congress at Montreal.
Montreal.   Aug-   12.���According   to
.  ,        ., red this morning,   it   is
litciv   that    Hon.    John    Redmond,
���K, .     :  thi   Irish  Nationalists,    will
attend ti ���     imlng    Eucharistic   con-1
gress I ���"'
Archbishop Bourn* of Westminster,
ilrn sailed today for Canada, will
make the trip to Central Canada be-
Ion ihi opening of th* "congress next
i ��� ��� ��� ng    Toronto,    Hamilton,
Fori William    and Winnipeg    among
othi    laces.
Discuss Pension Fund.
at  polis, Aug. 12.���Among    the
 ters to come before the
un. entlon ol the Internationa]
7 I   union   today     are     the
te pension and  mortuary    questions.   The old  age  pension   is    now
;       Ma week to all members who
ii    i years old and ha\ e t een bona
I It    i     ���      lor twenty years.    As to
land,    many   favor    a
��� ���My payment  Instead of
nenl of a certain percentage
Ol ��   .'
Mr.    Haderstoke   comes   t
with high recomir.endatii ns.
Trustees Trapp and t hornbur were
appointed delegates to he convent! in
of school trustees which opens in
Kelowna on September 13,
The secretary was Instructed to cal!
for tenders for a supply of nut coal
for the Central and Lord Kelvin
schools, thirty-five tons being needed
for the former and twenty-five for the
latter.
Accounts amounting to about $2000
were ordered paid.
Grains, Bottled  Fruits, Etc., for
Toronto  Exhibition.
IMPORTED PITCHER
i   FAILS TO STOP DROP
The I oard of trade room at the citj
hall these days resembles tlie main
building at a county fair. The floor ls
littered with sheaves of grain, samples
of different, woods consisting almost
of entire trees: large displays ol
photographs representing scenes ir
different parts of the Fraser valley;
bottles of fruit;
eggs;   vegetables
Entertainment for Premier Dur.
ing Visit to City Next Week.
The city engineer and the members
of the board of works committee of
the city council will meet the residents and taxpayers of Second street
on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock,
to discuss with them the proposed
paving on that stre��r.
The first plan proposed by Engineer
Blackman has been rejected as being
too expensive and It Is thought that
lf the ratepayers get together, some
arrangement to have the street suitably paved.
On that evening bIbo, the ratepayer?
OH Columbia street east, will meet
the representatives of the different
paving companies to discuss the proposed Improvements on the Columbia
street extensions.
Few rish Have Been Caught
in Fraser River in the
Past Few Days.
Vancouver, Aug. 12.���At a moeting
of the executive of the Liberal association    last    evening    arrangements
were male for the entertainment ot
, Sir Wilfrid Laurier during his visit to
j the city next week.
The Premier's party will be met at
^^^^^^^^^^ j the  C.  P.   R.  station  on  Tuesday  at
bottles   of    salmon  noon by Mayor Ta;.lor and representa?
and   all   sorts   and! tlves of the board of trade and varl-
C.  N.  R. TRAIN WRECKED.
Maple Leafs Lose Despite
Outside Assistance���Leafs
Still Lead.
In a game of baseball last night
which the Maple Leafs had marked
out tor their own the Alerts were victorious, defeating the patriots by the
Bcore of six to two. The game was
called in the sixth inning on account
of daiknesa,
_******a^m ]     The Maple Leafs had a pitcher, Cor-
Progressive Land Tax. blerre, from Vancouver in tlie box for
ime, Aug. 12.���The   progres- them,   and    although he came    with
iniraprowed value of land  quite a reputation as being the Btar
ivlded for.   The hill was  twirler of  the  Mainlands, the Cham-
"������������ ���   '    ���  time yesterday.    It Will.lplona   of   tho   Vancouver   citv   league.
ln the case of absentee landlords, he a | ib.e Alerts did not  find  him  invlcl
and   managed   to   pound   his   oft<   .     :;
at  the proper moment.
The Alerts objected to the a ion
of the Maple Leafs in Importing i layers, but the Leafs say that they could
do noining else. "Our pitchers, Storm
and Silver, are out of town, and tlie
Alerts have corralled everyone else in
the lily who ever threw a ball," is
the way one of the hlueshirts explain
ed  matters.
Smith, for the 1-eafs. contributed to
! their defeat    largely    by    injudicious
(throwing at  critical  moments of    the
game,    lie threw a ball to second one
time   when   there  wan  a  base  runner
Jon third and from a Maple Leaf standpoint  the result was disastrous.
Poupore, for tlie winners, pitched ��
inly man to
conditions of things met at the typica
Canadian exhibition.
Ther.' is some clover from Coquit
lam which stands, some of it at least
six feet high, and there are samples
of hay and oats from tlie same locality which have grown to enormous
size.
The cause of all this at the board
of trade room at the present time, is
the desire to educate the East as
to the tremendous possibilities of the
agricultural, fishing and lumbering industries in British Columbia, and in
particular in  the Fraser river valley
The largest part of the exhibit is to ,
]���>��� sent to the Canadian national exhibition   in   Toronto,   which  will  com-'
mence in  a few  weeks.    The stuff is
already being packed up for this ex-!
titbit and will have to be shipped Immediately to  reach the  Last  In  time
to be given space at the fair.
Other portions of the exhibit, m ue
local in character, are being prepare I
for the Vancouver exhibition which is
also not far off.
The exhibit sent east will probably
be tho most effective that -luw-flgtver
heen sent from this part of tlie country.
!���       tax throughout, with no exemptions.
Ottawa to Have Race Track.
Otl ^ug.      12.--The      Ottawa
Jo  i       ib baa been organized and
1\ be ready for racing next
,    track   will   he   on     the
QtM  i      nil' of  fbe  river.    Hon.  Clifford Sifton, It  is understood,  will  be
pn    ���      of  the  club.     Dr.   Webster
and ol er well known    officers    and
' ���    ��� b of the Hunt   club  being ln-
. terested.
[ ous semi-public organizations, who
'will piesent formal addresses of wel-
i come. The citizen's and piper's bands
will be In attendance and it is expected that the Indians from all parts
\ of the province will be on hand.
After the formal exercises the party
; will proeee.l to Pender hall where an
informal luncheon will be tendered
by the Liberal association. The trip
to the exhibition grounds at Hastings
park will then be made, the Premier
and companions heing taken out on
the observation car of tlie British Columbia Klectric Railway company and
escorted by an auto parade. On the
[exhibition grounds Sir Wilfrid will
'.dedicate tlie new    buildings    at 2:30
p.m.
On Tuesday evening a mass meeting
will he held ln the horse show building which will be addressed by sir
Wilfrid, Hon. George Graham, minister of railways; Hon. William Temple-
man, E. A. Macdonald. M. P., aad V.
F. Pardee, M. P.
On  Wednesday morning the Premier will receive deputations from the
.Trades aud  Labor council    aud    the
Lumbermen's association, later taking
a trip about the city and leaving for
] Victoria on the Princess Charlotte at
i 1:30 p.m.
Saskatchewan Express Derailed Near
Warman, But no One Is Hurt.
Saskatoon, Aug. 12.���The Saskatchewan express on the C. N. R. was
wrecked last night near Warman.
although no one was seriously injured. Tlie engine was badly broken
when It went off the track and the
baggage car was also smashed.
i ne cause of the wreck is said
have been a spreading rail.
CON'S MIXTURE TO
i UNDERGO TtST TODAV
Salmon Bellies Will Tackle
Compound of Old and New
,   Vancouver Players.
The sockeye run seems to have
completely petered out, much to the
surprise of the fishermen and all coi*
netted .with the Industry. As far as
can be learned, such a thing as the
complete falling off of the sockeye run
at this time of the year never before
happened.
The season does not close officially
until the 25th of this month, and even
after that there are supposed to he
plenty of flsh in the river, as the regulation was made so that the season
would close In time to allow all kinds
of fish to go up the river unmolested
to spawn. Yesterday between the
Westminster biidge and the gulf
there was hardly 200 salmon taken, a
number which holds the record for
this time of tho year ever since fishing operations were commence! on
the Fraser.
The sockeye run generally fails
gradually and before they completely
disappear from the river, cohoes begin
to appear, but so far this year, there
have been no cohoes caught.
, The fishermen and those who are
t0 I supposed to know something about the
habits and history of the fish are entirely unable to account for the present condition of affairs.
It  is  possible  that  the  present is
only a temporary lull In the run and
there will still be plenty of fish
I caught before the season runs, and
I the cunners sincerely hope that this
; is so. for so far this season they have
hardly packed enough to pay evp. nses.
Yesterday some of   the    fishermen
cast spring salmon nets and managed
to make a fair catch of the larger fish.
JUNIOR LACROSSE.
Westminster    Westenc*ers    to     Meet
Vancouver Easterners Today.
  Before    the    professional    lacrosse
match at  Recreation park this after-
The game today    will    be    in the   noon, a junior fixture will be pulled
hands of Referee Ditchburn, who yes-  off,  the   Vancouver   Eastendets  meet.
terday notified Secretary Ryall by let- htfg the Westminster Westenders. The
ter that he would make arrangements  strength of the Terminal City young-
Ao be iu Vancouver this afternoon.        sters is an  unknown quantity aa Tar
Tne game will start, at 2;30 in order |ag this city  is concerned,    but    the
o allow the field to be   cleared   be- locals are considered    pretty    strong
foie. a baseball gauw ls> played.    Til.  Und are going over  with all kinds of
assurance
STORK NEGLECTING
SAN  FRANCISCO  HOMES
San PranciPCO. Aug. 12,���San Francisco faces do opulation within a few
years unless t' e stork Is cajoled into
making his \ isits more frequent.
Babies are not only becoming scarce,
but scarcer, according to the report
of Health Officer Mc.Nutt. It shows an
annual decrease of more than 10 per
cent, ln the last three years, the rate
in 1910 being hut  13.20 per cent.
The committee that will be appoint-,
ed by the board of health will have j.
an interesting problem before it. Baby
clothing stoies are said to be going
out  of business.
Latham Hovers Over Paris.
Paris, Aug. 12.���Soaring in great
circles about the Eiffel tower until all
Paris looked upward, Hubert Latham
drove his Antoinette bi-plane 2'iO
miles today from Chalons-sur-Marne to
the parade ground at Issy. just outside
tlie French capitol. Latham covered
the distance In three hours. After
circling the Eiffel tower he crossed
the city, barely skimming the house-
toj s. Latham was proclaimed the
winner of the French prize of .2000.
MUNICIPAL  PHONES.
Own
TOWN THHEHTENED
Bl RAGING FOREST FIRES i
land on
the
Hamlet    Named    for    Umited    States
President May Be Wiped Off Map
���Wallace in  Danger.
Spota ne
llttli towi
Prince  Rupert City Wi!l    Have
^  Telephone System.
TRANSLATE   DOSSIER J     Prince  Rupert, Aug.  12.���By a vote
i of 174 to U the citizens of this town
ON CHARLTON CASE j declared in favor of municipal ownership of telephones. (   ---ity
K\FS  effect Ug   Roach,  the      Now   York.   Aug.   i-.-Tran-la o s
"     In email,    who    hammered    the   ar|.  ;(t   ���ork   today  making copies    n
SfheMor a neat  three bagger, tbeLngll8h of a dossier filed before
beSmhpitre0fi^n^- on   hand  and ^vSSmS & Rossaln
JX usual satisfacaon.   -ore by The   a-jjr   ,
lDini��8fl: _    , i 3 0 2 x-6 K lakJ Como murder,   attested   by
:���,"-"'!* ,,.:���,,   . 10 0 1 0-2 officiate of the foreign sovernment^
Maple Leafs  I    Hv ttirreament tbe hearing for Chai I
The following are the teams.
Aug. 12.���Tak,   Idaho,   al    uertB���Catcher, Starr; p. Poupore;
i on the Coeur D'Alone dis-     '  Reiily.  2b  Sinclair; ss, McPhail.
'J"'t   with   200 residences,    may   be   '   ' 5lt2JCerald'  U   Qtivu:  cf, Sperry;
���*ept off the map aa   the   insult   of ���'.',���,.,���.,   ',
forest ti,.s u-i,i,.   .�� nn�� r*a*ir*-t on  ri- Jamieson.
Uanle Leafs-Catcher,    smith,    p
 ,v "    ���� c    ,im ..     ��� ..r.,..r
V 1;i!lh Burroundina the hamlet.        ]     ������������  "*-""���-"".  .,H   nhman-  ss
to*  'lames   are   now   eating   their   Corl.ierre;  lb, Roach.     >   Dgna
r��>-dow��� the mountain si**, and it   awodeau;   3b,  Buiheiland,   ��   J,l-M
!> '>""!   ' oncerted   effort* of     a   *,���,;   cf.  .McMurphy;   rf.  Hanrora.
fo��e ol  ij;,. Aggers cannot   save thel Standing of the League.
","    SI i,M a strong wind come up ��� Won.   Lost
Wallace would also be In Itszaeilate  ,,���,.,��� i ��(
danger e\ i���i��� ���.__.. .... I Mapte i-��-o
the
by
the
a
By agreeme. ,  ..-.
ton's extradition will not he held unti.
September 20. In case the surrender
of the self-confessed slayer is disallowed, the state will apply for the
appointment of an insanity commission.
juniors were gohlg to play a game as
a preliminary game with the East End
juniors of Vancouver, but it has not
been announced when that game will
be played, since the announcement of
the change in the hour lor holding the
big game.
New Westminster will have today
one of the strongest teams of the year.
Tommy GlfTord will be hack at his old
position of cover point. Tom Rennie
will he missing, but Buck Marshall
will probably play flrst defence and
Jimmy Gifford will move out in the
field, with George Rennie next. The
home will be the same as it was last
Saturday.
What the new Vancouver team will
be able to do with New Westminster
lias aroused some speculation In the
Salmon City. The general impression
here is that Mr. Jones is foolish to
break up a good team now. He had
a winning aggregation at the first of
the season, but there was a row and
his team went to pieces for a while.
He managed to patch it up again and
now he has one of the best teams ln
Canada. Last week they played as
good lacrosse as did the New Westminster team, which is travelling
some, and why he wants to break that
up now is a my stery to the
local enthusiasts. By what strange
mental kink Con sot the idea that he
can better his team by putting Matheson and Murray in place of Adamson
and Hennessey is a puzzle.
Even if the players are ahle to play
a  little better than  the men  the re-
-    ot
The Westminster team will consist
of: Goal, S. Mortison. W. Mortison,
Patchell, Cooper. Adams, TurnbuO.
Sangster, Burr. H. Battson, F. B&ttsto,
Sinclair and Murray.
Rainbow's Officers.
London, Ang. 12.���The following ap-
pointuients have heen made to the
Rainbow: J. O. Stewart, in command
on commission. August 4; Lieutenants
A. E. D. Moore, R. 11. C, Halifax; R.
V. Holt, R. T. Edwards; engineer co-ru
mander, T. J. Morgan; engineer lieutenant, R. Hood; staff paymaster, li.
A. Jenkins; surgeon. T. A. Smyth;
gunners, Mack aud Penan.
CALLS HUNDRED SOLDIEKS i
TO 00 OUT FIRE FIGOTING
Situation    in   Oregon    and   Southern
Washington Becoming Serious���
Entire Townships Burn.
being wiped out.
HORSE  IN  STALL  17  YEARS.
Owner
Merts   .
rialinorals
Pet.
. r>:is
.417
I
cr Has Ntver Taken It Out���Hae
Three Other Pet Horses. i     The
(""iniiaii,    Allgi 12.���City    officials   [)ay  Adventists
,1(l have visited the home of Edward evening
Camp Meetings.
Seventh
camp meeting of l',e
mists   beg;"1   on T     ,>een
vi������ ��� xKiieu me nonie oi raiwaru evening.    Small  ^eatings
&*. ���' K ycu old hermit, living at   hrld for the past three ^���J^
'"j'"' hark, ha.e found a condUion   Thursday  most of the ex pec IM����
���'ft'.i.s which leaves them at a loss   gaU3S had   arrived   and the��   """J"
<" act   Fly0n ha8 for years kept  *   ,. Btarte.t.   TM^IJ0^j���
JJ horaM as pets,   one of them was  lie   DB    -'���������'    Ml"n,nB   B(
Churchmen  Coming.
,        .���.    v'���The    Archbishop
London, Aug.  1--    ��'-*-
Of     Westminster     accompanl d
Father    Jax-kman  and    ��#
passengers on the unci   i.��
b.
Joseph
To guard agamst the invasion of
the northern country by the British
Columbia Telephone company, the
business men of Prince Rupert organized a local telephone company, which,
with a special permit from the govern,
ment of the province, proceeded to In-'team
stal a Bystem which was to he offered <
to the city after Incorporation. Poles
have been erected and wires strung.
Three hundred phones have already
been Installed which will he ready for
use In the course of a few weeks imon
the completion of the central switch   ���  .....^  	
boards.    Thus authorized by the pro-' place, which Is in itself a mattei
perty hollers of the town, the muni-  doubt, there is no doubt that the cir-
cipal council will proceed Immediately   oumstances  under  Which  thev  parted I , ;nf uu"u'i';u bu��uw�� ....,��� ���*.��� ���
to take over the system from its pres-1 from  Mr. Jones on  the former occa- , t';ou\t,1,e,manoeuv!'es at Arne *-
ent  owners.    The  present  system  is   8Ion  will  not  be  forgotten  and  may  Ca" ' VVasl1'- t0 Collivilte, Yfash
valued at '.22,000, which will be aug-   militate  against  their  whole  hearted
mented by an expenditure of several  attention to the Interests of the team
thousand   dollars   for   an   additional i >��� *��� n uniform.
 '   ~  "'��� " '    For the flrst time this season    no
tii       t,     ,iu   .eei, sent to New West-
min^'er for s-ile.
If New Westminster wins the game
Portland, Aug. 12.���Assocla'e District Forester Cecil today requisitioned thirty men for tne vicinity of
Medical Springs, Walloa county. Oie.,
where tlie few rangers cannot cope
with the fires which ure being drive:!
by a strong wind.
One hundred soldiers have been or-
switehboard.    This
will then place a
up-to-date tele
Batt, are passengers on ���� ��nei fl... ,                ^ enUrely up-to-date tele-
press of Britain.   A party of imperm        .              at  (hp dlsposal of the
,ulcts  are   also   passenge.s      Befoe   I                    ^   ,ntrodupe   municipal
X   departure   CaptainiCary.   ^'ownership into Prince Rupert.
Irish  guards,    inspected    tin 	
aiul stall seventeen years ago, j devotional at 6, Bible study
ms ne
follows:    Mor.-.    ^    gsJ0.
er left it since.   ThiTother j conventional work at 10;j|5 f^'caon
'���"�� are between the ages of |</;...     p.m.    Preachins   sen    ^n,m_
��*er bai r""8-    None of them "*"  evening  at   8 o'clock,     i
������Home    Missions
thrre h0
and
B,1B
Chinese Stowaways Found in
Room Under Cargo of Kumeric
Tuesday,      ",{e-
' Wednesday, "Rduca-
Th. oTbal1 Thl�� Afternoon. ��� ���    _____
WntoSr1 !'"r',la nnd Maplp ''e:,ffl "r? Ugtous Liberty ���  "-;..-.,���; Bch00l
qETS   S p\a, �� l����8���� R��mfl    ���* Utonal-. r--��r��\��J'*ahTle�� discus-
no,,* \!    k at 3 ��'cl��ck this after- Irridar, "Book Work.     A trlP
imt .i        BalmoralB need a win to
sin Pt
them
somewhere   on    the same
Is
tftnp
M the other two teams In   the
Assault C
Com
due
���ase Adjourned.
the Van-
if.ifln.. "Hook "��'������..���,�� held, to
8l0n of each subject wU be he ^ ^
which the public are K "^- ,
well as to the preaching Bervi.
the  Nationals or some other eastern
team mav taV��   a chance    at it.   To
even tie for the cup, Vancouver now
has to win five straight games.
The probable lineup:
Goal.
Gray C,ark
 ��� Point.
.   ��,-., here instituted a thorough search of  Galbralth ���   ��� Griffith
.,. _ Twenty-nvo here InaUtuJ�� regult, Cover Polnt.
.tnwawaya  who  had  eluded g?t tlw f��SS their quarry, hiding ln  T. Gifford ��oward
Cblnese stowaway. B ^ gat they f^ a �� fa ^ of, ^^ Defence.
the   inspectors   at   ���� British  h,a vessel Marshall bpunger
B   captured   aboard   the   BriUjh  the^essel. ^ ^ ^ ^ Second Defence.
mBWp  K^'LS^aUon au- food, ate and slept.,    _  _  |j. Gifford ,^^; ��� �����--*���
UUll    x_(.nv,      ,,.*��...,    .^     ^     _,
Here a fire line of 14 miles has lwe��
maintained, but the rangers are exhausted, three townships having been
burned over.
Several large flocks of sheep   ate
threatened.
Fires are raging at Stanley  Point,
ir i\ew flou.uuo.v.  ....._. -.-. r-       jUgt eu8t of Mount Hood, and ��t Pat-
today the Minto Cup will be safe until   flance   mountain.     Both  are  bei;ev��l
after the season is over at least, when j t0 have been cau8ftd    by    cigal-ettes
dropped by berry pickers.
MIXED JOY RIDERS.
Seattle,     Aug.
12.
___^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^ _  - uBeu  in mu ��anu  "���>�� ."  --���       _   ,.
Ibot'itles fesierday- room'tbrns.   Into the room, but poisonous 0. Rennle  _-_��� Godire.
ihlnosc hsd walled off a ^oo extinguished the flame
feet square under tne cansu ����� _^^       ^ ^^^ hn)f clnd _nd g(>|
.-  .      T.r,.rJ._F��^N^..,
��..iiv.,, ���      "M'nst Howard   the Van-|    Seattle,   Aup.    i-    .      .lon, is re
sault  ,  :'roRR0 P'ayer accused of as-  former heavy* eight cm nu 1)ig
V��    , v   nim" 8P'��n��. came up in   celvlnr the    eonsra ul ��lo       ( ^ ^
"ts 2K?   >PB,er(lay    morning,   but many friends upon wa* . _. v
��iouru��d for one week.
Bsaarssrss^
steamship  Kumeri"'  r,Seratlon'au- fooJ.'ate'and slept.
from Hong Kong, by imtnigrauou fantern uged ^ the %
,   -,.,1,,�� \^a************\********************************mAi. \ma.t-        annitlf
SJoiSSfbS waned off a room
twenty  feet square under theMJJ m'The"men were half clad and some
of the Kumeric.   gW.gJ.JgSlS5 were  almost  ill  from  the  long con-
nned to this ����en since the ste p flnement and scant provender of tea
SSt China early 1��Jnu,y:haend gurnet lc and ilce and water.   They apparently
to slip ashore    when    the     ^u��� ,   d    ,..nned  to maue no attempt at
reached Portland, where she Is going JJUJ ^ ^ ^_ reached Port-
"^ SSen --^rr/tK'^Tbe immigration force at Portland
the authorities at Vanc��u��M ��� ���� 8mnBv and as the Kumeric had been
Emigration i'^?^t��a after sesrehed here and at Vancouver   the
tlon that more wererlJba',discharged watch there would have Men lax.
^^^^^^^^ Centre. ^^^^^^^^
C. Spring West
Third Home.
W. Turnbull  Matheson
Second Home.
Wintemute       Murray
First Home.
Feeney    O'Reilly
Outside Home.
L. Turnbull  .Hogan
Inside Home.
G. Spring  Allen
Caucasians and Celes.lal, Devote'��� of
Bacchus, Fall Foul of Police.
The city police encountere 1 a.
peculiar combination o. Joy riders ou
Thursday night when they met a Vancouver lawyer, a Chinaman and a
woman who had all Imblded too freely
of the cup that cheers and who seemed to be inclined to belittle tho importance of the police force.
The controversy finally ended tor
the police taking charge of the Chinaman and locking him up ln the ceils,
whereupon the lawyer produced .25
anl bailed him out.
Chinaman, lawyer a��<_ woman w-yr***
all to have appeared in the poUee
court yesterday morning, but nme ot
them were in evidence, when Magistrate Edmonds called the roll of honor
and the $26 went to swell tho c.l*.j��
b��ak balance.
It ls understood that the lawyer is
now in Seattle. s
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m
IHE DAILY NEWS.
Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
N' FOR
work.    -'....   Kings
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:-.������-
v    - .   .--..     i >..:..
(sow that 1       :   mg in.
formed I ick school
i:. :    ��� ���  ���       ���
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where I rax I
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View  a-d   }���'..-���    - - -      MUi
So        -   - :    are   entitled   tc   the
tenth and twelfi       edals Uris yeai
���   ���  _]    Ud  not get \
Then I     uk  :..-.'---."���   j
Paterson and 1        -       :.-;���-
_-.-:.--.-���    -  .  -   ���  -
of Earl   Srey and  :'.  .   .-.-      -...:..-
bia. .5 tt Make    J   N   MUIR.
HALE BROS, ft KENNEDY. LTD. ���
Over  Merchants
Ht m   >'��� ��s*.~ r.stt
���'��� E    -i.t   -.'_   Bes:   Proposition!   Gc-
Ing���      . .       -    C::y  and   Dfara   i
���-.---_
ing Lands,
-   :-'��� . -   Lai   -
-  _ -   for S
ty Proper!
7 -���..:..    Lou    ind  Acre
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Ve*   ���'-ts*.��� nster, B. C.      Prc-e  31;
: CHURCH
I SERVICES
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C. P. B    '    .        Apply Ed    i   - -
V. ANTED ��� HOCSEKEE PINO
'      i for ma - ���'-���;:.���
Box^___^Hkls o".
A   LAI   .:.  rXFURXISHED    SUNNY
: walking distance   - I    pbone
in   ���-   ise     - inted _enl -1  .:.
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ban.
Wanted���e  vt   leabx plumb-
I  tinsmii  ing     Applj
L McClughan.
V
V. ���-. :
lg.   Idea
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V.���.'.: '.  \.  - ���-.      ...AZ1ER.       APPLY
Walsh Sash and D srl
THE PEOPLES TRUST CO., LTD.
*;���   C: _~_ 3   St.     Prc-e   -A-..
Ope.   ��.:- -gs   for   Vsur   Ee-e't.
SURf:EY���SO a.-es :- H :������- -:a; -
m -. -. -��� -: k : north, range :
vest,   Price ? ���'. pet acre   term
S~aREY���20    acres      -     !>:'.;���     ...
���:  '  z .-- -    range  I west
.   --  - eared, ze^- I   we and ban
I water   :���.-���?��� term*
S.RREY���20    ac-es     acjc - -g     Pc~:
[   ���:.-.--  .:.  �����-.-   _'
north, ri-::-.  _ west     Pri -:  S;
aD    eared, i      - ?i-       - ne- in rter
u ince oret eighteen a   :.-...-
CITY���Fcjr    lots on  Eighth    a.e-_��.
men    Price $11 i.-.���-. i r-
noe six, tvelre    and
��� _  teen months.
SURREY��� X acres cf geed   a'd  .-.-.'
feet ':' water frontage   close u
I    t Main Ton  .-���������     Thia Is    t.r.
excellent sabdirislon ]    pert     Price
per acre    $25        . -:.   ra .-  -
over thr*** rears
S.-c...    August  14.
B   LY     TRINITY ���  Be*      3
- d mlon    at   8   a.   m      Marina
- -        - :    sermon    u    11
.-  - :        - ���      _ pjn.;
t.e:..-::.: ^: 1  - - -:     -.   _-  "  ;
=7  ?:���/ :..- r.y.r:r.::7.:   :-:?:sc<>
PAL���?.��t. a. <ie3. Oire:   rector. Ser.
n-_e a:  11   . "     anI        '.  ; ���..    Holy
Cosucai-ion r:rst Sunday I
. ... _
on:a
rices 11 a   .   u I
.   ...   and     I
WAX!  .: ��� ���        BT JAPANESE BOY
is experiei     .   :   -        ring
lar   ;   rter     Q    V.:.. .- ita,   P.   O.
Boi -tt-T. City.
:h sale-
**z    111,    d
���- j:
-*s  .'.   Sict:
net r^r-c.
WANTED���TO  BL'Y  A  TKOROUGH-
ly l      -  r. -    : "-       i bouse    Si --'-���
!���-   ition -^:.i price ~::. ��� = --.-���..  ;.--; I
x-i '.'.   lent, cai      : I -. .   New.
v.-.-::7:-::.���ccple. no family
desire :' -;;. I rent - ���-'.-- ms,
nni -- --.'-: West End ;-?'rrred.
Enl : by September 1 Reply tc
Box 3. News office.
FR'-IT  FARM���lr   De'ta,   :0 acres  of
ind,   ri..   r.rirei.   with   good
-1   _'    tearing 1    il
trees   on good road     Pr: a  -   '
lood   :ern_s. 172A
WANT.-.:. ��� IMMEDIATELY, GEN-
fc-i. servant Appiy evenings. M:s
Carr/rjie.  7Si   Sixth   street.
COQUITLAM���25 aces cf choice
land. Water pipe running on one
- le ':' property. Price %-~:i per
were I- lot cash. Balance 1. 2, 3
ind I yean ai - per -<-:.-       (191-A)
TWO Li=GE LOTS���Cicse to store
a.-.*, train. One-fourth ci=h: balance itft  ner mnnth.
?;; v :_ -���; .a;;;- the people-s trust co., ltd.
VTANTKJ ��� GENERAL    SERVAN
ply 241                    -" eeL F. C. Ccc��-, Gen. Manager.
"   : ^7-7    ���    r.-���-.     ~ 451   Co umbia   St     Phone  646.
WANTED-BOYS    TO     WORK     ,-. . 0_.���   Eve_:_35   f.r   Yo^r   Ber..
-  i   Be.  ei  cigar factory
jWAXTED���A   GIRL  FOP.  GENERAL
bons. work and ] - king  Ap-
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���100 SHARES AMERI-
y -.: '. -. - 1 ��� - |12._ per sl e
P. O. Box l ;���   v. - B. C.
CREAM    SEI :    FOR    SALE
.'.:;;     Dairy     Bare  Dailj
Nes -
FO :   SALE���AT   ON'Cl     7   '  ���   '..   7-
restminstei   -     I ii   li
feet -     -.----:   f - i?
ter   ca=:      Herbert   Gay,   WTndi  -
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
^^^^���j RNISHED BED-
roomi     703   Third   arenas     ���-���',", 1
aftei 5 j    "--<r-r.   ��� _   :..   _.-. i
.  ;   ::.. _\ Room 14   -_. Colombia
��� - -.- ���
i B ITE : .:.:: .- HC DSE���
J.-;" ��� ui board Newly furnished
: - Al borne m -:.^^ Terms
rer. sable    151   Agnes street
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHEHD
room    -..'������  h    '.   -    tW<        i:ki:r    to
wines* section    .-.,;?;.:��� Tenth
���0  RENT.
TO  LET���FURNISHED -   Ap-
;      ipstairs Ti ���
lumbia a^d Clarkson.
1 j
1 ISHED    ROOM
TO   LET��� A L -   BED-
���   -   v. ���    la Sl
neat I    .-- ; ----. -  offlce
_FO:: :        MSHED
bo uk      :. - ���      One
I.-   It fit mt about ��
te, Shiles A
Co        lumbia street
TO    LET���THE    BASEMEN!
ston   .:.  ��� e K. P. I
for store r<   . - ting   rink,  or
mo ring pictures, 1 ��� For pai
ticul in apply i ' r- rn ster
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St George
street. City.
Port Mann
and Surrey
Property
is again in the Limelight. Call and inspect our listing. We
have some exceptionally good buys in this
locality.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Loca' Manager.
��.��/.  Westminster,  B. C.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pa;''c    Gcast    Fire    In-
s-'a'-.e Co.
Tne     P'-se'-.a:      Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Per-raner.t   Loan
a-S  Savings Co.
i*er  .v.-.-ning  serrlce.    Prayer n_e-��-
Lng on Thursday at 7:.    7   1
QUEEN S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rei        '������    I - 4���   ���;��� ;     pastor    Ser-
at II .   . Sanaa.
-��� .     :       ���������    ���'- a v. -���
Jen of Nc rth    Y*t     . - r     1    tor   -
;--..;:���- -"     - -
S7    ANDREWS   PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev   J.  S.  Bender* -..   \ .-���        Ser
30 ; Sabbath
_^^^^^_^^^^_    __\
KNOX PRESBTTERIAX���Rei E
G 7. ���..: - .- !: -. pastor Public
rorsbij      '' 5, Holy Comm u
::   un.;   evening    "        :-       I
- -   md Sabbath s<      .  .       p_m
V. P. S. C E.. 7.--1 ;   ��� ; 1      | rayer
meeting   '���' - ���  p. n
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rer. A   7. I ->
er   ; 1st  -     Sa . es   '.'.  a.-.,   and   7
Sonde      -     - .   it
:  -   ' -. z on  We  :
Re     Mr   '.'.  E   en
... pres      ���-���  ���   ���    -������    . ���-
BT.   STEPHEN'S   PRESBYTERIAN
���Rei    7   War Ilaw Taylor, MA.. Ph.
D    pastor.     Se:'.i?��3  at   11 a.:~..   r.:.i
:       [. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden. pastor Se ���. es ^:
11 a.r..    nd 7 .- a        -      ol at
_    ' p m. Epworth Leir-:e cr. M mday
st I r ...
S:XTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. F. S. Okell. B. a . pastor Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Love
feast at 10 a. m. Stir. . -.;������ ; : ool at
p. tn. E -��� rtl li 1 _ .-. Mondar.
it ��� 1 :. Prayer ineeting '���'������'���
day at �� p.m. Re-. ' ; Gundy. B.
D., ol St 7 as, Ont.. will preach
at I   th ser  .    -    .-���   lai music by the
S     i   by   Mrs. 1
!  1 rano, and W. K. Le Drew.
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand, pastor. Service at
11 a. tn. in the old I. O. O. F. hall.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���' mer   Eighth  street  and'
rd avenue. Burnaby.    Rev   Frede
ick L - stor.   Publi    ���
11 a. m. and 1       - .-.:.:   -���
school. 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting,
I esday, 7 p. m.; choir praf. e
Thursday. 7:30 p. m.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS���
Prea.:..r._ everj afternpon ;..-..! evening in tent.
BCY   HAS   REMARKABLE
RIDE    IN    AUTOV03ILE
Long Beach. Cal.. Aug. 12.���La Verne R������." - year old. had a remark--
a'-.e auto :,��.<- yesterday. He was
with Lt otber and a party of
friends, si:: persona all told, when - ������
car came to a stop directly acros.- I -.-
Salt Lake railroad tracks in this city.
The same time a train slowly approached, and all the occupants of the
automobile, except the boy, jumped
and sustained bruises.
The automobile with the boy in the
rear seat was lifted on the cowcatcher of the engine and carried ISO
yards down the track before the train
was brought to a stop. The lad was
not hurt, and the automobile was only
slightly damaged.
DENIES   OBJECTIONS   TO
MARRIAGE    WITHDRAWN
LOST.
LOST���BROWN AND BLACK ENO-
rish terrier pup. Answer* ������> the
jilirr.e of Pjnkie. I.-; &'��� .��� '- -
month, old. Finder please return
to 313 Queens avenge.
LOST���CHILD'S    BILK    COAT    BE-
tween i-> ol P. Hall and Third av-
enue and :'.-���.; .treet Finder
fl<-ase return ti   _,' S ntl   Btreet
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
wi'h gold chain, between trarr. offlce a:.d Third stree      Suitable re-
v.-ard for returning same to hJ.'.y
News oHioe.
BUIi-DERS  AND  CONTRACTORS.
.-���-.       tei   ;      "ill be received by
tbe . to noon, Augusl
la   for tbe erection of Tramway Sta-
.    :.ding at New 7. - -���
���   1 ster
- -.    be   -���':��� :*ed   at
offices of M       .'   <5_ Fox, Architects,
.'ding. Van - . Fer.
-���-���    - an]   'e.'ider not nec-
essai. 1 ted.
W. H. Hazlitt.
B. C. ELECTRIC RY. CO. LTD.
New V.'e:--:. ..-.--er. August 3, 1&10.
New York, Aug. 12.���The recent report that the Italian Royal family has
withdrawn all objections to the marriage of the Duke of the Abruzzi to
Mi.= s Katherine Eikins, is without
foundation, according to -Miss Eikins'
father. Unite! States Senator Ste.
phen B. Eikins. who is now in New
York city. He Issued the following
statement on his arrival here:
"There is nothing at all in these
cable reports concerning the duke and
my daughter. Mrs. Eikins and my
_ tei *re in the northern part of
Italy for their health. So far as I
know, there have been no meetings
between the two, and I think I would
know if there were any."
FOUND.
FOUND���GREEN PAINTED PETER-
boro canoe r_nd an old scow. Owner
can   have   same  by  paying  for  ad-
i < rtiser.'ient at Daily News office.
FOUND���SUM OF MONEY     APPLY
to Pat Feeney.
FOUND���BLACK FACE LAMB NEAR
ral City mills.    Owner may have
-.  .'��� by calling &�� Royal City mills
I      id 1      ing property.
There  are no dead flies   lying   about
when
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
are used as directed.
All   Druggii'j,   Grocer.   ��nd   Gecer��l    Deslat
sell  them.
LAST CALL
I r you to attend our
Building   ar.d   Enlarging
In a few days more this
saie will end, so we give
you this last opportunity
to get a real bargan.
A number of Men's 3-
piece Suits. Fancy Tweeds,
Worsteds and Serges.
Latest Cut ar.d Styles at
25 per cent off.
$25.00 Suits   for $18.75
S22.00 Suits  for $16.50   |
$15.00 Suits  for $15.00
S15.00 Suits  for $14.25
Men's 2-piece Suits at
Half Price.
Men's Summer Underwear 35 per cent off.
Men's Wash Vests, one-
third off.
Men's Straws, anything in the store for 25 cent:
Children's Straws, your choice for 25 cents.
We Invite Your Inspection
REID & CO
Thc Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
m the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured  and  put  up in Victoria. B. C, by J. F. F.tzpatrick,
Address:     628  Hornby, Vancouver.    Hhone   R  4S45.
Corring to  New Westminster Shortly���address   later.
This is one more proof of the effiicacy of the Asthma Core.   Hear
what the Victoria man has to say about the Ast;.ma Cure.
;.;1 SImcoe St.. Victoria. B. C, Pel    11
Mr. Fitzpatrick.
Dear Sir.���Just a few line? to let you know how much . mr In
dian Herb Cure has done me. I have suffered from asthma for over
six years and at times it affected my breathing so that I could not
sleep at nights, but I might say that I felt relief after taking two
doses of your wonderful cure, and two bottles cured me entirely. I
will gladly recommend it to any suffering from asthma.
Yours truly.
J   A. FREDETTK.
Excursion Fares
-VIA-
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
-TO   THE-
INDUSTRIAL and AGRICULTURAL
EXHIBITION
August 1 5 to 20.
AT VANCOUVER
Tickets on Sale August 15 to 20.    Final Return Limit
August 24.
Fare $1.05
For the Round Trip From WESTMINSTER.
AppLY = Or Write To :
ED. GOULET, Agent,    C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A.
Vancouver, B. C.
Xew Westminster
I
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That
Pic-Nic
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MOREY'S
665���Columbia  Stre��4���I
New Westminster, B. C
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
Manufactured  -.
J. HENLEY
NEW  WEST'.' ',;-:_   _   -
Telephone R 1.3   ; -   .   -.. yum ,
Ready
Money
*.   GOOD     FP E'.Z     M-WAYl
If tou deposit : - - ' -
��i'..--;.   la 1 - ���    '
It wiil be tate .  -----
It, and r*-i.\-: whei
an 1 11  wi    :a
All The Time
earning for tou ':���-- **}��� :���'-'-
Interest Bma - . ��� I
ca? be deposited at *mj '���-���
80   BRANCHES
la    Ontario.   Quebec   i&d   *���
West
capital         ��;;::::���:
rest     -~-��JXC
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER    S    -
BRANCH
J. Oracey, .Mgr.
White Star--Dorainion|
Canadian Service
�����
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw.  14.900 tarm
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin    acrew,    14.9CO   '.:-��.
largest   and    most    --::'���*���
commodation  equal  to _'.���  :'
Ing  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets '-'��� I '
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKISO
Furniture Made to ���'������'
Furniture Ke; ������
Woodwork of A!! !
39 Alexander St.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat MarW
BOWELL  & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St.  and   F'"h A,e "
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow  Pf**8
Mrs. E. M. Dommy. Pre
near The Dally News Co., ��09 .
Street.
Try   a  '-WANT"  ad In
It will bring results. �����' ������
satu
iRDAY.
AUGUST 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
fX"aV*-*-   fl
PAGE THREE.
I     t
of Montreal
Established isit.
$14,400,000.00
plTAt    "'.     11,000,000.00
^ER      throughout    Canada    and
'"��Bt"   L   in  London,   Eng-
^n��r'k Chicago and Spokane,
. Mexico City.    A  general
1    less    transacted.     Let,
"J  ' ^,.���.    available    with
ktot -f   _ .n   all   partB of   the
!$n**
id. K����
S.A.. ��'
I. >*" "'
,   i in sums
Ktitanowe
rtment���Deposits
and upward,
it 3 per cent, per
J������ltrH,o"'e,*18G'000'000-00
[Tot"1 **��	
I .��� WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
1       G I-'- BRYMNER, Manager.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel   Pipe.
by  the
p. m. of August
imeter flexlbli
Tenders   will   be   received
undersigned up to * .   .... _,	
1, 1910, for the supply of 1,000 feet
of 13-lnch diameter and 1,200 feel  of
12-lnch    diameter    lapwelded    steel
pipe and for 13-inch dla
joints.
Specifications and full particulars
can he obtained from the City Engineer, ,1. W. B. Blackman, City Hall.
The lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Cltv Hall, New Westminster, July
6, 1910,
Westminster
lYarisfcr Co.
,, no** ��    Barn ,pt��� "7
Columbia Street.
delivered    promptly    to
ay P��rt of ���*��� c,tT-
U and Heavy Hauling
'6 0FF1CE-TRAM  DEPOT.
Iei
The  time  for  receiving  the  above
lenders has been extended until Mon-
'   '    1910,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting  City  Clerk
N'ew Westminster, August
MUCH PROGRESS
AT fORT LANGLEY
Advent of C. N. R. Brings
New Life to Old Town
Long Pack Train  Journey
day,  Augusl
Fori    Langley,
Correspondence.)
Langley Fort
ty   years  has  been
Aug.   12.���(Special
-The   historic   town
which for the past (if-
SHOE NEW
h:
City Hall,
. 1910.
Gardiner & Gardiner
,[.���  G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
��� Westminster Trust Bulldln.
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence  Phone   133
Ion. 661
Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
1 Jobbing  Promptly   Attended
Colonial   Block
1/
T     EXTRA
V.    CREAN
ueai
In
To
Rank h. dodman
Coach and Automobile   Painter.
B&K
Rolled Oats
It's cheaper than ordinary oatmeal,
it's more satisfying; Its flavor fairly
makes your mouth wattr.
Big 35c. Sack |floorl8
Before you hand OTtryour money floor is
see that the initials B&K are t. Wet
printed ln red on the sack. \... *******
Most Economical.   ���_,    No Hulls.
WALSH SASH
& DOOR  CO.
W. K. Walsh       W. E. Walsh. Jr.
Lettering and  Top  Repairing,
101.  Sixth   Avenue.
ill WATCHMAKER
|Gc;_ Watclea for l.atli. s from .12'-
���jtlver Watches,    gents'    open  face
Ik
Watches,   gents'   open    case.
ISO up. ,  ,
Apent    for    Waltham    and      Klgm
stch- s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Iro Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Factory, 226 !4ih SI.
���    .. trading tenter,
for the Hudson's Hay company
and more recently ior farmers and
merchants, now appears to he becom
in. a more Important point, both for
river or rail, especially as the Canadian Northern has made it the head
quarters for their tit st an.l second division in surveying construction.
W.   P,   Swain,   surveyor   in   charge,
has   lented   a   house    here,   both    ior
residence and offlce purposes.    Much
activity is noteable ln the running of
lines  and  placing  or  stakes   for   the
right or way, which will in all probability   go   right   through   the   present
sit<_ of Towle's hotel, and though ultimate plans are not fixed, It Is expected  that  a  depot   sit",  switching  lines
and   freight   sheds,   will   he   arranged
the present steamboat wharf.
expectation  of  Increased   trade
and  prosperity of the town, several
new   stores and  residences are  being
erected.      Among those already com
pleted is the Hora block,
posite  the  Town   hall
Is a two story structure.   The ground
occupied by the Langley Fort
occupied by Langley    bakery;
Westover,   butcher    and     packer;
W.  R.  Hora   & Co., auctioneers   and
real estate dealers;  F. Norton, painter and  decorator.      It  is  understood
that a druggist and a barber will open
up  business here shortly.    Both  the
Brown and Towle hotels are doing a
flourishing  husiness.  and  despite the
fact that the town is still "dry" their
accommodation is forced to full   capacity.
A new dredge, built
ern   Construction   Co.,
days ago and is now
lng for Charles Hope
. situated op-
The  building
by the West-
arrived a few
at  work dredg-
who has let
New   Westminster.
Phone 413.
B.C.
We   make   a
doors, Bteamed
specialty  of  fir
and   kiln  dried.
PALMER
| GASOLINE ENGINES
to 26
and
II.
Cycle.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
eases accepted. Terms from
JIB weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital, ~
phone Tl>5.
IV.e-
rlved heie
be1
they 11
for a point near
will  leave    their |
Local  Agents
J Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53. ^^^
���   New   Westminster.
VICTOR   A.
JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room
6,  Guicl
ion Building.
Phone
681
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver   Landings
The New  Sternwheeier
|S. S. PAYSTREAK
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
(Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Coin-
to. 8 wharf, New Westminster, wltl
UiengeiB aa. freight  as fellews:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
'hursday an. Saturday at 8 a.
Le
!')' and Sunday
ifst Class P
!0YAL C
ives Chilliwack   Wednesday, Fri
lar at  7 a. m.
assenger Accommodation
ITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of   Job   Printing
nifc    iui    vaiaiic:.   nu|.tG,    ,. ,,\j   ......   .^_   _,
contract for the dyking of 100 acres
on the Salmon river flats; there are
about 1,000 acres of these fiats, which
if reclaimed, would make Ideal land
for farming.
| C. Hope is now occupying liis handsome residence on the hill above th?
town, and has a large aiea there under cultivation.
A. McBrown and wife
yesterday   with   pack   horses,  having
made the Journey from Camp Hedley
over the Hope mountains.   They state
that  this trial is In  first-class shape
and  that  the   wagon   road   will
through    before    the    railway
cross the river today
Haney,   where  tliea
horses   and   proceed    I i    Vancouver,
where they wlll show a collection af
I Siniilkameen    ores   for the   G. N. IL
I at   the exhibition.      Afterwards they
I will also show at Westminster exhibi-
I tion.
A   special   meeting of  the  Langley
M iciilttiral    association    took    place
yesterday, v. .en        arrangements!
'were   made     for   their     exhibition,
wliich will be held on September 28.1
The H. C. E. R. :;ne is greatly appreciated by the residents heie as far as
passenger and outgoing freight is eon- |
cerned.      There    is a    serious    kick |
made   though   about   freight   arrivals, I
especially  that  which  comes  through j
from Vancouver points marked Lang- I
ley. via 13. C. B. R. and boat.     This
freight   very often  is not  transferred
to   boat    at    Westminster,   but    sent
right through on the B. C. E. R. to a
point  wbicli  the company  call  Langley station, though It is several miles
out of town, and this causes loss of
time and extra lost iu haulage to the
consignees.
Residents of Langley point out that
there should he no station named
Langley on tho B. C. ED. R.. as the Iin?
docs not run through the town, only
through the prairie section.
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
=f B Westminster
All  Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  sixth  St.   New
Westminster B, C, Phone 3B4.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
CO
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
from the
SHOE
WHICH ARE YOU GOING TO DO ?
Continue to pay the high priced shoe merchants'
prices for inferior goods, or patronize this Sale where
$30,000 worth of the best shoes money can buy are
being sold for prices that hardly represent the cost of
the material ?
���
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  In  The  News,
It will bring results.
TFHJK FITTINGS J
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS-STAIR  RAIL- ��
INGS-ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD- 4
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI- ��
MATES   SUPPLIED ��
Westminster Woodworking Co.
 ____���_*__* a      n-^nrUtnr A
\  W��RKS~Corn
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
PHONE 473
* ""���corner Eleventh  and Carline. ___.��__,
^^********a************ ,������������"���������������������������������"*"
SOUTH    AFRICA'S    FUTURE
Scotchman From Cape Town Takes
Decidedly. G'oomy View.
Toronto. Aug. 12.���O, II. Watt, a
Scotchman, and Cape Town representative for one of the big Canadian
cereal companies, was a guest at the
Queen's hotel last night, Bo far as
South Africa was concerned be seemed to be in rather a downcast mood,
and spoke as though the destiny et
the colony was now in   the   melting
pot.
The country, he said, would never
become a serious rival to Canada in
iin agricultural way.    The land seem-
, ed to he too light and sandy. Peo.
pie were, however, talking a good
deal of great and comprehensive irri-
I gat lan schemes in Rhodesia, but he
did not wish to make any forecast as
I to the future of this work-
The country generally was not going ahead much, according to Mr.
Watt, who could see no brilliant destiny for South Africa for many years
to come. The population was not increasing, and there was no one emigrating to it. Then, too. the Cape
Town folks wore of tho opinion that
the new government of Unit"d South
Africa would he pr'>noucleratlngly
Dutch when tbe elections weie over,
and everyone was waiting to find out
what kind of legislation this new
government was going to give them.
DcrilLATING     VEHICLE
& "Kmbia street.!
f��r 2K fi o he left band side
5F8 cS ttSl while proceeding I.
either direction.   ^
* J  A. RENNIE
Acting City Clerk,
City Kail, August 12, 1910.
:
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���
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Consider this for a Moment,
Please:
At the beginning of this Big Barrel Sale
we promised you bargains such as no ordinary retailer could offer.   We've kept every
promise to the letter.   More shoes have
been sold and at lower prices than ever before in the history of this or any other city.
Why do we doit? you ask; simply because
owing to the late summer and the alterations which we had begun at the early part
of the season we found our stock too large
by far; it had to go out and we took the
easiest way to do it, Cut the Prices.   Now
we find, even after three weeks of busy
shoe selling, too much stock yet.   We have
done the same thing again, We have Cut
the Low Prices Still Lower for the balance
of this sale we are going to sell shoes at a
loss; but we will move the stock.   Now it
is up to you.   Here's your chance to economize, to save some money.  You have your
unrestricted choice of this elegant stock at
less than the material costs, you can buy
two or three pair for the price of one and
you know the quality is right.   Now don t
you think you owe it to yourself to investigate this sale.   Make up your mind to
to come in soon, for the earlier the better,
as first choice is always best.
a
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REMEMBER THE ADDRESS:
Johnston's Big Shoe  House,
COLUMBIA STREET
Conducting
The
Shoe p
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, AUGUST
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News PuStlsn-
bag Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
St. A.  Paige Managing  Director I ���
SATURDAY.  AUGUST  13.  1910.
TARIFF  STABILITY.
Tl:e British newspapers have    heen
dravi. ;.   some  rather  curious  conclusions from the character and circims-
staru-es of the addresses and observations by  certain    deputations    which
have waited upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier
In the course of    liis    western    tour
throuch  Manitoba and Saskatchewan. ;
Uteasrc the question of tariff arrange-j
ments was the subject dealt with by '
some  of  the  bodies  of  agriculturists j
who waited upon    the    Premier    the |
British editors appear to have rushed I
to the  conclusion   that   this   was  the |
one   Important    political topic of the j
moment, and commented upon it ac-1
cording, v.    Whilst    the    Liberal    an 1
Free Trade organs deduced from these '
addresses and  tlie utterances of    Sir !
Wilfrid the conclusion that the grain j
growers of this country were denounc j
fng i rotection, and utilized this as a :
Stro:i.5  advocacy  of  free    trade,    the '
Unionist and  Tariff    Reform    papers J
adapted the circumstances as a means
for driving home the importance    of ]
colonial preference.
But to Canadians there was no war- j
rant  for taking any particular notice |
of these  deputations,    nor    did  they !
look  upon  them    as    any    indication ;
that the country  was to  be agita:ed !
by a readjustment of the tariff on thei
basis of free trade.    To them it was
quite a matter for surprise that    the j
British newspapers should regard the
incidents at all seriously.   The differ- j
ence is, of course in the point of view.
The   Bi itish   journalists   do   not   properly comprehend the agricultural and
comn ercial conditions which    prevail
in the Dominion. They wrongly regard
these little sectional outbreaks of enthusiasm for an  old cause as indications in favor of the adoption of free
trade by Canada.   As a matter of fact,
though  the  principle free  trade  may
be to a certain extent "still    dear    to
the hearts of   Sir  Wilfrid  and  some
members of the Liberal party, such a
policy Ls not within the range of practical  politics  at   the  present  day.
How that the Premier has spoken I
plainly upon the question of tariff .
and r...\ation perhaps our British '
frien.'.s will be better able to comprehend the situation. S[ caking at Red
Deer, on Thursday, sir Wilfrid Laur- j
ier   administered    something   in the
natiK.' of a reproof to the addressees
for ui.-; ilajing .. tendency to ere.-.:-.- ...:
invidious  dl  i        e  Dotween  farmers
and    manufacturers    as classes.    He:
pointed   out   that   this   kind  of  thing
was  not   the  Canadian   policy.    "We
do not tax for    protection,"    he    declared, "but for levenue. and it is not
our policy to have eominuous tinker- j
ing at   the tariff, as this  creates    a
State   of   uncertainty  and   disc i-.:r.i-_s '
erne.-] rise."
This  \ery  plain  declaration  should ���
put U;e whoie    matter    in tlie    right !
light and remove    the    misapprehen- ���
Bions which have arisen on the other!
t-.ai- ci  tne Atlantic.    Any Canadian
manufacturers  who    may    have    felt ���
more alarm at the direction in which
tariff questions   would   seem   to   be
drifting, as    Judged    by    the British '
- teli graphed over here, will
be i a ed by the Premier's state-
rrx    .
8
Correspondence
N        is nol 11:-; onsible
1 . I by Its cor-
MOV .\G   PICTI. RE   SHOWS.
LEES LIMITED
Tomorrow we begin a Clean
Sweep of all
AND ODD PIECES
The balance of August to be
the Final Closing Out of 411
Single Pieces
Time now to get ready for the Fall Business. If
you have a little ready cash you can secure unusual
bargains.
1000 Yards Floor Oil
Cloth, per sq, yd., 22c
Roller Swing, 26,50
A Clean Sweep  of all
Outing Goods.
Special Low Prices on all
Wool Mattresses, 2.65
Extra Heavv Weight
4-6 Woof Tops.
Early English
Buffets, 520.75
A Clean Sweep on   all
Buffets.
Ali Baby Carriages Reduced 25 p.c. in price
$20 qualities now $15.00
$16 qualities now 12.00
$12 qualities now 9.00
$10 qualities now 7.50
$S qualities now 6.00
$6 qualities now    4.50
500 Yards China Hatting
per square yard, 10c
Western Oak
Dresser and Stand
512.25
A Clean Sweep on  all
odd Dressers and Stands
Couch for 519.75
Pantasote Cover. Clean
Sweep on all Couches.
Special Iron Beds, 53.50
Extra Strong and Heavy
All Size Springs, $2.25
Are of Special Quality
Kitchen Chairs, 50c
A Clean   Sweep of all
Odd Chairs
Special Pricing on Children's Coats
Striking Reductions on All Odd Garments
Children's Coats in Duck, Linen, Serge and Tweed,
including Washing Coats, Plain Serges and Wool
Shepherd's Check. Sizes range from 1 to 14 years,
See our window display, you will be astonished at the
extremely low pricing on these smart little coats.
This is a sorting up clearance of broken lines that
we do not wish to carry over.
Reductions Range from 1-3 to 1-2 Off Regular Price
The New Suits
Are already creating considerable interest. It is a little early to talk of
Fall Suits no douht. but we prefer to
have our    shipments    tn early as    it
gives our patrons more leisure In
selecting, and a splendid idea of the
styles they are to he. Call and inspect
them now.    Prices front
$20.00 Up
Tailored Waists
In Charming Variety.
A collection of styles that are d
in tini.-:: and cut, and numerous li
sign.     Severe   tailored    styles,
;  ���   ted,  tucked,  and  frilled  >���::���   -
plain linen   fancy vesting,
with colored embroider'-1 design   -������
I  ��� ������>    i:i ti.e   ready-to-wear   se I
Fn ���
$1.25 Up
Exceedingly Pretty Effects in Ladies' Neckwear
New Collars, Jabots, etc., in exclusive designs,
principally in lace effects. A varied collection of
sizes and shapes. Moderately priced too, 25c to $ 1.75
i
Smart Styles in
Leather Bags
In a pleasing assirnne;:' nf colorings.
Pebbled Seal. Plain and Paten; Leather, numerous shapes aud in all
sizes.
From $1.75 to $10.00
Hair Goods, Pads,
Rolls, Braids, etc.
Thi ���      oeci nitles    for    I
ire   here in all wanted
from   25c
Braids at    75c
���     . ,75c
A Splendid Opportunity for Hotels
Rooming Houses to Re-Carpet
and Re-Furnish
nd
CANADIAN   NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
l00 Wool Squares, regular $8.00,  marked
500 Tapestry Squares, regular $9.00,    "
25 Tapestry Squares, regular $8.00,    "
to
$5.75
$7.25
$6.45
THE   NEW
St. Lawrence-Bristol
ROUTE
Appointed ��� Fast
Magnificently
bine Steamers.
Tur-
"We Furnish Your Home Complete"
R
OYAL EDWARD
OYAL GEORGE
1S.000 HORSEPOWER
LEES LIMITED
Successors to Lee*s Furniture Emporium
Phone 73     716-718 Columbia St.. Xew Westminster
~Tr'^'i'.r^-TJ*y-~-?j?*izr^yyr -~ t.-: *~~?- *m~_\r^_________
Full  information  on  application  to
E. GOULET, Agent C. P. Ft., 01   fi
WM.   STAPLETOX.   General   Agent,
'���        .���������:������    t , \VIl Di] I    .  Man,
P one, Main ! I
BAILIFF'S    SALE.
S liscui m-
���
t'no ires  waxing
llecting       nui    < r of,1
he waylaid the rancher and '
ruffians,
liis wife in a lonely part of the woods
when driving to town.   Tbe man was
��� :.    --   '     t thl
are notl  i g
������ ' an -   idi  -  pictures;  In
brutality is larg   y
because tbe fine points ow-
i  up to a  tree  and treated most j ing -    thi      .     m vements, are hard-
, brutally,  being  1    ked   and   smashed lly seen.
\. -        a Hopeful      "���'���lt ''���e head y.v.d body in a waj tl at      N ��������������� as to ;he moral effects of these
���.ie*.    f the pros eggars d       Iption.     Ti.e   wife was  two wrenes, a prize Dght is as much
ing that then .      en tied, and thrown over the hors       i] - rior as a sermon is Buperi >r to a
test   ..      - unusement   ,,:  VAe dismissed employee, who rode  cock  flght.     How people can  be   so
that ru oa e thought oft. with her to an old shack, where he  tremendously tickled over a scer.e of
now is being rei ass . .   threw her insi '.e and then began  to  the type mentioned, and be so dread-
bejc-  beneath tbi . LIzed   ���'���'*'-���* lier in a most in?u!tia? manner,  fully shocked over the prize fight pic-
man. -    ng   a  demonstration   of   bugging  tures is heyond my knowledge.
Ti.e  eonclu.-:  - Id  be  that  th<-   ': ; kissing that would make the soul      Ti.e  effect   of   these   things   upon
iris-incts ol modern men and women   ,;ss act ���00-i tame. j children must he most undesirable, as
were be in ii g  - ner, and would indi-      The man being liberated by some of! there is the most brutal kind of fight-
cate ��� hU  ��� his own men. trailed his insultor, and  in�� w-jtnessed. and fn a way that the
While in this hopeful train of breaking through the door, one of the whole details can be distinctly seen,
thought, tbe writer wandered into old-time fights took place of the most'10 sa>' nothing of the Immoral sugges-
one  of  oar   moving  picture  theatres,   desperate  character,  where  the  menj,iveness of the actions and attitudes
rolled upon the floor, kicked, smashed  ��f the actors.
and hammered each other until some
of the ranchers party arrived and captured   the   offender.     Whereupon   he
! was   tarred   and   feather,  kicked  and
abused, and finally ridden around up-
| on a rail.
Now this crowd of men. women and
children   were   seemingly   cVelighted.
and gave vent to their unqualified de-
t'nder and  by  virtui
Minder Chattel Mortgage, I have bi    ������
land will i   er I      - ,, tin
12th Inst, at ten in the fore-
i noon,   at    11.   P.   V'idal's   wai ���
rooms,   T ., New   West-
i minster,     one     Upright     I'- Inl n i o
Piano.     This   Instrument   is   nearly
; new  and  can  he  seen  at   the  B
pn raises,
H.  P.  MacMARTIN,
Deputy   Sheriff   and   Bailiff   for   Mor-
taeee.
Dated   at   New   Westminster,  this
fourth day of Au .list. 1910.
Automobile Insurance
Fire Insurance
REMOVAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
We wisli to announce that we have
moved into ouf splendid new offices
in the Northern Crown Hank. G -
' bia St    We invite all who are
"  '   ���"'' '��� ':   b ��������� and conservative in-
ents to call upon us in our new
quartei b.
We present the following for your
prompt  consideration:
1. PORT MANN.���We have acreage in Port Mann at half the price
you will pay for lots In October. We
have also a splendid subdivision proposition that will make you a fortune.
2 A SNAP In a lot on the north
s:de of Third avenue, near Queen's
park.
A ful' sized lot on Fifth street, near
Fourth avenue, that cannot be duplicated In the city.
Kellington Bros.
Northern Crown Bank Building
for ;. little recreation and rest. The
place was crowded to the doors with
men, women and little cl IIdn -.���there
being a very large number of small
boys and gins.
The chief attraction of the evening
vras   a   scene   suppose!  to   Ulustr te
the kind of happenings that mizht bei
seen on a rani b on tbe prairies.
A <<?rtain employee has incurred the
displeasure  ol   bis  empl yer   on   ac-
ooun' of the rough treatment   of the
horses, and upon dismiss ng him there
was  a  fight  and  a  half   dozen   men
drtw  eurs.
Thc   dismissed    man   s^-ore   ven-
light in no doubtful way
I presume that this ar.d any number
.of   other   equally   edifying   entertain-
enta are being given to the public
i right   along.     Now.   sir.   having   witnessed several pictures of prize fights,
Probably some one can explain how
it is that people so regard these
things.
It reminds me of the words of the
great teacher, who stated that. "People strained at a gnat and swallowed
a camel"   The writer believes it.
The writer believes there are blows,
which will knock people out in a more
effective way than those delivered by
a strone man.
DISGUSTED   SDBSCIBER.
New Westminster. August IJ, li'10.
NOTICE.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
The public of Hritish Colombia and
visitors are cordially Invited to meet
the Right Honorable Sir Will la
Laurier, G. C. M. C... P. C. Premier of
Canada, at a public reception to be
tendered hy the Premier and members of the executive council of the
government of British Columbia. In
the parliament buildings. Victoria, on
Wednesday, the 17th instant, at 9 pm
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,
Provincial  Secretarv.
Life Insurance
Phone Number 6SU
Accident Insurance
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Lowney s  Chocolates
l.aresr
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��� rieties  At  All   Prices.     Let
To  You  At
Us SKoxv Them
\ Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED  BY OPTICIANS.
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rDAY.
AUGUST 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE F1VB.
ipORTS
BL TENNIS liAMES
OF TOURNAMENT TODAY
Tournament Wi!,l  Be
lien ��f City
Lded Thls
Lay's Results and Scores.
t tided This  Afternoon-Yes-
. ���,,;, tournament which has
_ teD?';rflg8 Blnee Tuesday, und
|i>'l"":,r���nl considerable at-
I" flng devotees of the racket
|��8.,, he brought to a close this
��>*'���*"','���, the lady and gentle-
inoon' i w will be decided. Only
L^Sll be Played between the
Kiss Band opposing Mins Vera
Fd' meB will he necessary to
r,he superiority of Kidd und
�� iJsiiin- and Sellery, the win-
'aflh'e semi-finalB being pitied
Breach other ln the final
(terday V  icores were as follows.
KWRawi8woi  from    Miss   Clare
r, v'era"'corbould won from Miss
I ���.:":���''������ M-
ttlemenV singles--
CjWOn from White, 6-4, 0-4.
I, won from Sperry, 6-4. 8-8.
EL won im"" Langford, 8-8, 8-4.
\,\e.'., from Diamond,  LO-8,   (-5.
SHOTS   STRIKE   BALLOONS.
Field     Guns     Destroy     Fast     Moving
Aerial  Targets.
Reughralde, Prussia, Aug   1"���The
',l1*''1  behind the field    guns   demon-
i Btrati d their ability to destroy Bwlftly
I moving balloons   today.     The results
jfrom the Btandpoinl ol the marksmen
were brilliant.   In every Instance the
shells reached the   balloons,   tearing
them to pieces and frequently the gas
bags exploded and were burned in mid
air.
Major Gross, aeronautical representative of Krupps. directed the practice.
Mine Workers' President Hissed.
Indianapolis, Aug.  12.���Thomas    L.
Lewis, presldenl of the   United Mine
Workers of America, made a plea for
jpeace at the miners' convention today
land hisses greeted his statemeni  that
he had no fear of any Interest, either
Inside or outside of the national organ-
ization, being ahle    to    disrupt   the
l L'nited Mine Workers.
CANADIAN
IFIC
BASEBALL
National   League.
R. IL   E.
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Arrerican League.
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came, i
l(           5 5   1
ta              3 13    3
[Cleveland���                    R- H. I-:.
knd  n 8   2
fcinpton   !' 11    0
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idelphia  7 13    3
lit  4 7    6
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Coast League.
K. II    E
I::                               2 6     5
I                   4 8    l
[Sail Frau                         R. H. E.
|r,   5 13    l
lad   4 1"    2
[Portland                        R. II   K.
:;'���"              1 6    1
tad           2 10    '.'
Northwestern League.
Tacoma                            R. IL E.
- 2 1    1
r 1 6    l
* ���        eakerl and Custer; Mc-
1 ���"       Bl inkenBhlp.
* Vani Hll. E.
louver   . 7    l
lane ....             1 4    -j
I           Engle and Lewis; Baker
iOsdelk.
Standing of the Clubs.
Won.    Lost    Pet,
fa��c jg       4S ,579
P��er 60        65 .522
Fa  58       54 .518
I     ������  43       To .380
Games Tc^iy.
[ Spokane. Recreation
!-��: facoraa.
. CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. toast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
!10:(,f> ��������������    Daily
I   1:0�� P-m    Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
1?:00 a.m    Dall,
11:00 p. 111     Daily except Sat unlay
\n-'M P-m    Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:0D p.m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m    Mondays
8:011 am.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p. m  Every Saturday
TO   PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every Thursday and Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every  Thursday
S. S.  Heaver  leaves  New  Westminster 8 a. m.  Monday. Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves    Chilliwack    8 " a. m
Tuesday.    Thursday    and    Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
A. ent. New Westminster.
C.   B.   FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Fmarket
I   REPORT
FACE INSURANCE
|J��U 'nH"'�� your lifo- house-
I 'ln��s holdings, etc., etc.    Why
I** your face.
, "[Mcy of the "Gillette"
I   insure y0���   agai���st  (urtller
lutt"8 lr��UbleS' dul1 Unhoned
1    8| c"ts, time lost, money spent
H*'. s:,e,y. R"<��
h--***, ��  ,n���ce
I &'a'��ll��'��* {" OUrf-��* hOOkl,*
lu,""" Vouu h"-"-~e<- and on*
1 S.M,7" fo *��OU> about
I    r 'f">cc"-e of your face.
Jwl'^'si,. :;r',^. K"pr Bet consists
IN��k��, '.','���', double-edged
I    r    i""'    Price/.    '" vHvt'1 lilu-d
|^to^u8ets-Brurt,18oap,eto.
Sold By
J** HARUWARE
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SNAPS IN��� i
���*
Port Mann, Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Langley,  ���
Uty Property and Houses and Lots.   When we say ���
Snaps we Mean it. ���
ai'yriajiati
-THE-
$150,000   TO   LOAN |
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,  ���
motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and ���
Employers' Liability.
S.   FADER
NORTHERN  CROWN  BANK  BUILDING. PHONE 295.    ���
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The market has heen steadily improving for the last three or four
weeks and yesterday's event was one
of the besl that has heen held for
some months. The attendance of
farmers was exceptionally good and
the buyers were also there in larger
I numbers than is usual. Buying and
Belling were brisk and the transac-
I tlons yesterday will total to a larger
iamount than they have since the
Christmas market People were there
from all over the districi. large numbers coming lrom up the river as far
as Chilliwack and the ll. C. K. U.
train from Langley heing crowded
wiih country visitors.
Due vegetable which has not heen
at all prominent at the market this
year, hut which was I here in large
quantities yesterday is tlie cucumber.
Several boxes of cucumbers from up
the river were brought in and attracted the favorable attention of many
purchasers.
Then- were plums, all kinds of them.
offi red tor   sale,   bul  they were   In
many   cases   afflicted   with   plum   rot
and   that   had   a  weakening  effect   on
the sale.    Why  the farmers continue
'to bring in plums in that condition is
la mystery to the markel clerk as   it
would   pay   them   far   better   to   feed
them  to  the  hogs  than   to  pay    the
freight   and   the   cost   of   packing  the
fruit.     By   the   time   they   reach   the
consumer  the)   are   so  bally  aftlicted
I thai  they are not  tit   for human food.
Apples   came   in   in   fair  quantities.
'but in most cases the) were of a very
poor quality  and  did  not  command a
roady sale.
New potatoes came In in such large
quantities thai the; are now quoted
' by the ton, .20 i er I in being the price
obtaine l yesterday, the flrsl occasion
on which they sold lu anything like
I irge lots.
Eggs Bhowed i Igns >������' I - ness, nol
in gualitj i ui iti price, 1 In s advanced
from 35 to 3" cents the dozen whole-
Bale, an I the wboli ih n illated by
puiiing the let:; l prli up from 40 to
; 45 cents.
Mosl ol the ol er ci 1 10 ii lea main-
talned the pricei of hist week, although the quotations on all kinds of
poultry vacillate 1 1 ��������� ewhat,
All meats were well represented
and Bold well, mutton being the only
one to show any decline In price. It
went down aboul a cent a pound.
The raspberries and cherries arc all
gone, none whatever being offered on
the market yesterday.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. . .9V4 to 10c
Heel', forequarters, per lb. ���������'���. '" ;"'
Lamb, per lb	
.Million, per lb	
Veal, large, per Ih	
Veal, medium  ' ' t0 12^��
Fork, prime, per lb, . ���
Pork, medium, per lb. ���
Eggs, wholesale, per do/.
EggS,  retail, per doz	
Butter, wholesale, per lb ��oo
Butter,   retail,   per   lb ���*���?
Fowl, per doz., live   V'-M ,0 *
Chickens, per doz., live   �������� to ���'
Broilers    *4   '"    ,
Ducks  ?T to |?'|S
Geese, each   i\'���
Potatoes, new. per ton   ��� �����-"
Onions,  per sack    ��' ''"
Turnips, per sack   ....
Carrots, per sack  	
Beet a, per sack  	
Parsnips, per sack
Red  Currants,  per lb.
I Black Currants, per lb
I Apples, per box 	
1 Plums, per crate
1 Cucumbers, per doz.  .
 16c
.13 to 14c
.11 to 10c
.ir.c
,16c
.37c
,46c
NOW
THt TIME!
A few more of these Westminster View lots for sale, in choicest
residential section of what will soon be the great Canadian Northern
Hallway Terminal City opposite New Westminster. These lots will
all be Bold off at Ihe terms first announced, notwithstanding the big
boost in values caused by the doings of the C. N*. It. made public,
on Saturday. The ridiculously low figure of $25.00 down will secure
one of these choice lots which have appreciated 100 per cenf. since
tlie C. X. H. announcement.       <���
We have also for sale five acre lots in the new subdivision of
EPSO
on the B. C. R. Railway suburban to C. N. R. terminal city.    Prices
and terms on application.
Hale Bros. & Kennedy I
LIMITED.
Over Merchants Bank, corner Columbia and Begbie Streets.
Phone 335. New Westminster, B.C.
MERCHANTS' BANK Of CANADA
Head Office    -    Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
ESTABLISHED  1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS  FROM 7 TO 9.
This gives everybody, working men, merchants, etc.,
an opportunity of cashing cheques or making deposits
New Westminster Branch,
H. C. Adams, Mgr.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK,  FISH   BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS. /
Royal City Planing Mills Branch '****%
Telephone 12 New Westminster Box 137
Crawford's
(Old Country)
FOR AFTERNOON TEA
 r>oc
 75c
 75c
 75c
 fie
 10c
.!)0c to $1.26
..50 to 75c
 30c
Currant Puffs
Butter Puffs
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 5, fi, 7 and S, Block 3 of part
of the south-east quarter of Section 7,
Townsliip 8, Map tiliS, iu the District
of New Westminster, Cloverdale.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 12154 F, issued
in the name of R. T. Wilson Herald
lias been  filed  in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the lirst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published iD
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
, C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Ofiice,
New Westminster, B. C, July G, 1910.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19. in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Cer-
tiflcae of Title Number 5059F, issued
in the name of Allan A. Curtis, has
been filed' in  this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writ int.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District   Registrar of Til les.
Land Registry Office, New Westmln-
Bter, is. C, July 8, 1910.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
Delicious and Wholesome
You will Enjoy Your Afternoon Cup With Some of
These.   Try Them
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
All rubbish nnd garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13, 1910.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE        DAILY        NEWS
NOTICE.
A special meeting of the council
will be held on Tuesday evening, the
16th inst., at S p.m., to discuss with
the property owners Interested the
Second street Improvements aud the
paving extension of Columbia street,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
Contractors and
House Builders
^kVe have a lull   line   ot   the   Best
Builders' Hardware in tiiis City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   of   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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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, Bon Bona, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE   in  great  variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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The train service to White Rock Is
most convenient for campers; the business man can be in town by breakfast time. Three trains leave there
for New Westminster In the afternoon
and evening, arriving at 2:50, 6:2r>
and 9:27 p. m. Trains for White Rock
leave New Westminster at 8:15 und
10:30 a. m.; 4:30 p.m. and midnight.*
Insure Your Livestock
For a small cost you can insure your horse, cow, or. other livestock, against death from any cause in The British Empire Insurance Co., Ltd.
If you own a small house worth but a few hundred dollars, vou
would want it insured at once; yet that house can only be destroyed
by Are, while your horse or cow may be lost to you by Are or from
a hundred other causes.
Judging by the business already done by this company tends fair
to make the insurance on each individual owner so small that anyone owning a horse or a cow can't afford to take the risk individually.
CALL TODAY FOR RATES.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
651 Columbia Street Phone 62 PAGE 81X.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. AUGUsTij
i 1
���Si
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
Eighth Street Sewer.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of Xew Westminster having hy resolution determined and specified that It ls desirable to carry out the following works;
that is to say:
To construct sewers on the follow-
in.   streets:  namely:
Hamilton stieet, hetween Ki. hth
nnd Sixth streets; Seventh avenue,
between Eighth and Fourth streets;
Princess street, hetween Eighth and
Sixth streets; Princess street from
Fourth street eastwards; Sixth avenue, from Tenth to Sixtli streets;
Fifth avenue, from Tenth to Sixtli
streets; Belmont street; St. Andrews
street, from Tenth to Eighth streets;
Fourth avenue, from Tenth to Sixth
streets; Kennedy street; Blackford
stieet; Third avenue, from Tenth to
Sixth streets; street hetween Ash and
Seventh streets; Welsh street; Milton street; Rohson avenue; Queens
avenue from Tenth to Sixth streets;
Gloucester street; Royal uvenue from
Mclnnes to Seventh streets; Agnes
street from Mclnnes to Sixth streets;
Moody street; Holhrook stieet, Cunningham street from Eighth to Sixtli
streets', Victoria street from Eigthth
to Lorne streets; Victoria street from
McKenzie to Sixth streets; Carnarvon
street from Tenth to Sixth street;
Kamage street; Clarkson street, from
McKenzie to Sixth streets'. Columbia
Btreet. from Tenth to Mclnnes streets;
Tenth street from Columbia street to
Seventh avenue; Mclnnes street, from
Columbia street to Royal avenue;
Gilley street; Ninth street; McNeeley
street; Blackie street, from Columbia
to Carnarvon streets; Summer street;
Burr street, from Milton street northwards; Simcoe street; Eighth street
from Columbia to Hamilton streets;
Alexander street; Begbie street;
Lorne street; McKenzie street; Fife
street; Ash street; Seventh street;
Fifth street, from Sixth to Seventh
avenues', Fourth street from Sixth to
Seventh avenues; Brantford street,!
from Sixth to Seventh streets, to be
known as the Eighth street sewer system.
And that the said works shall be
carried out in accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvement
General   Bylaw,   1909.
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
in accordance with the provisions of
the said bylaw upon the said works,
giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to he chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefitted by the said
works and other particulars and the
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the council.
Notice is hereby given that the said
reports   nre   open   for   inspection   at
the Office of tlie City Assessor, City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster. B. C, and that unless a petition |
against    the    proposed    works    above!
mentioned,   signed   by   a   majority   of
the owners of the  land or  real  property to he assessed or charged in re-j
spect  of  such   works  representing  at.
least one-half In value thereof is pre-!
sented   to   the   Council   within   fifteen |
days from the date of the first publication of this notice the Council will
proceed   with   the  propose 1   improve-'
ments   under   such   terms   and   condi-1
tions ;is to the  payment, of the cost J
of such  improvements as the Council '
may by bylaw In that behalf regulate,'
and determine and also to make the!
said assessment.
Dated this 2nd day of August, A. D��� I
1910.
J. A. RENNIE.    I
Acting City Clerk.
Date of first  publication, August 3,]
1910.
I
ffSalmon Report
(Friday, August 12.)
Bellingham���Got 7000 fish yesterday
from trails.
Anacortes���Got 3000 flsh from all
sources.        , -
St. Mungo cannery���Got about 500
fish yesterday.
Brunswick���Got (100 fish yesterday.
British Columbia���Twenty boats
averaged 12 yesterday.
Imperial���Got 1000 fish yesterday.
Scottish Canadian���Got 500 fish this
morning.
Vancouver���Got 600 fish yesterday.
Gulf of Georgia���Got T>2(i fish yesterday;   got 133 fish this morning.
FEW TRAINED SHOTS
CAN HIT AEROPLANE
Even Expert Riflemen Will
Be at Sea Endeavoring to
Pot Flying Machine.
BIRD   MEN   WILL   FLY
FOR    RICH   PRIZES
New York, Aug. 12.���At a meeting
of a committee of the Aero club of
America, held here, August Belmont,
president of the Westchester Racing
Association, haa expressed his full
approval of tlie plans for tlie International aviation meet to he held at Belmont Park next October. His decision definitely settled the locution for
the nine days' aeroplane speed contest in October, it ls believed.
The aviators who compete in the
meet will receive a percentage of tho
profits, in addition to the $60,000 prize
money, and tlieir expenses. This percentage will lie divided on an equitable basis, but just how the additional
bonus will be divided will be determined later. ���  ������ I
At present fourteen contestants
have agreed to fly in the meet. Nine
of the entrants are foreigners and five
are Americans.
Riley Is \tn-ivaivtrtg.
Indianapolis, Aug. 12.���Following a
small stroke of paralysis, the condition of James Whitcomb Riley was
better today. The attending physicians
say that he suffered a nervous shock
that is not likely to prove fatal.
New York, Aug. 12.���Gen. George
Wlngate, of Brooklyn, who was for
twenty-live years president of tlie National Rifle association of the United
States, has been making a detailed
study of chances which an aeroplan-
ist would have in time of war against
a corps of skilled sharpshooters, lie
I sums up his conclusions in the following statement:
| "In shooting at an aeroplane, which
is moving with a rapidity probably exceeding that of a swallow on the wing
i and darting up and down and suddenly changing its course in much the
same fashion as a swallow flies, the
rifleman must accurately determine
its distance, direction and speed.
"This is so different from ordinary
i rifle shooting that only those riflemen
] who are familiar with the use of shotguns kiiow how a rifle Bhould be aimed ln order to lilt an object moving
ln the air and the sighting of a military rifle Is so absolutely different
from that of a shot gun that very few
of those who know what they ought to
do are ahle to do it with any certainty.
While I myself have often fired with
a rifle at large birds flying, I can recall but one hit.
"The army is introducing shooting
at moving objects, which when carried out will work a reformation in
this respect. But even then In assuming that the sights on the military
rifles are simplified so as to permit
it to be done properly, it must be a
good   while   until    any    considerable
Fl'KJMB AND SIKHS
AFTER JOBS AS COPS
Hundreds from   Fight  Caste    of    Calcutta on  Way to California for
Positions on Police Force.
Calcutta. Aug. 12.���A remarkable
Immigration of Punjabs, Mohammedans and Sikhs, who are leaving for
Hongkong with the avowed intention
of proceeding to California, is engaging the official attention of William
H. Michaels, the American consul-
general here.
Some of those who are turning
their faces toward the new world are
taking tlieir families with them, but
the greatest number belong to the
tight castes and are under the impression that they can get on the
American police force. They are confident that they can at least get positions as watchmen.
Fifteen hundred natives sailed for
the East on five ships last month and
many more are preparing to follow.
Mr. Mlcheal said today that none of
the emigrants had visited the American consulate and that probably they
would not be permitted to land in the
l'nited States. He expects Washington will make representations on tlie
subject.
Millions for Hospital.
Now York, Aug. 12.���St. Luke's hos-
pital In this city, bids fair to rank
Boon as the wealthiest Institution of its
kind in the world. Gifts aggregating
about $3,000,000 were received by the
hospital   last   year   and    this    year's
total has just been �����
most equal flgure ���  ?*���*
ment of ��� bequeB, 0, *">*i
Suable coal lands ,,, '��"at*
lee of St. Luke's bv v    �� lh��
a leather millionaire,^1-*
years  ago.     The ,,nJh��<Nl
about $500,000. is valt��jl
I
number will become proficient. The
ordinary soldier, however, skillful he
may be in shouting at a fixed mark
with the sights he is accustomed to
use, and in doing so takes him time,
is helpless when it comes to tlie Sort
of firing that is indispensable to hit
an Heronlane. and those who are accustomed to the former kind of shooting will find the latter very difficult."
FRED DAVIS
"The Man Who Saves You Money"
TODAY
We begin two Clean Sweeps on all best
Furniture, no odd pieces. You don't require   the  cash, YOUR   CREDIT IS GOOD
We can furnish Hotels and Rooming Houses and
guarantee to save you 25, 30 and 35 per cent. This
statement is guaranteed with $1000 in Cash.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B. C.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
Tl e Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the At-
lantlc to the (Pacific; In Cuba
throughout thi Island: aTso in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, Xew Yoik
and   London,   England,
Correspondents In all p.-'i-ts
of tlie Globe, thus affording
every Hanking facility.
L. M. RICHARDSON. Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
Here Are Some of Our Leaders
Royal Oak Dresser and Stand, $11.75
Extra Heavy 46in Wool Top Mattress, $2.55
Early English Buffets, $12.50
Couches, covered in Velore, $4.75
Couches, covered in Pantasote, $12.50
Iron Beds, extra strong and heavy, $3.25
Best re-inforced Bed Springs, $2.20
China Matting, per yard, 8c
Kitchen Chairs, each, 47c
Veranda Screens to clear out, each, 45c
Now watch the others try to tumble down on their
profits from 60 to 50 per cent.
"GOOD NIGHT'
GOODS
Just the Thing for Comfort
i
Men's Pyjamas in all sizes
Flannelette, from $1.50 the Suit
Ceylon Flannel, $3.00 to $3.50
the Suit
Trussore Silk, $3.50 the Suit
Flannelette Night Shirts
White Twill Night Shirts
%_Wa*lC_L*Ut2__t^_tU*aaa*a
I
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing ancl Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. 0
CS3EEfE2SBB 8 <
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND!
We carry ln stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTO'.S
:        Prices  ln   Rings  $40  to  $400.
These  ..oods are the  BEST procurable in Canada, and is a pleas-
J    ure to show same.
X HOWARD AND  LONGINE   WATCHES.
| Chamberlin's
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THE
jrVVELCR
Buy from the  man who Saves  You  Money,
and who is content with a 10 per cent, profit
FRED   DAVIS
655 Front Street
Phone 707
GRAND  TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert"  and  "Prince George'
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18'i   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's   Wharf)   MONDAYS   .md  FRIDAY
at  11:30  P.M.  for  PRINCE   RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday Bteamer connects al  Prince  Ruperl  with S.S. "PRI-
ALBERT" tor Skidegate, Jedway, Oolllnson Bay, etc,
Friday  steamer connects at i'i ince   Ruperl   with   S S   "PRIN
ALBERT" for Klncollth, Naaa Bay, Masset. etc.
Leaves Vancouver  (Johnston's Wharf)   WEDNESDAYS AND SA
URDAYS   at   2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA  and  SEATTLE.
Solid whip vestibule trains of couches and Bleeping cars '"''"'.'/
Chicago, Detroit, London. Hamilton,  Niagara  Falls,  New ^"'K
ronto,  Montreal,  Portland.  Uoston, etc.
Lon. est double truck ronto under one management on the ��� ���'���������
can Continent.
For   Tickets   and   Freight   information, apply to
L. V.  DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.     H.  G.  SMITH, City  Pass. Age'-
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
.TICKETS  TO   AND   FROM   EUROPE
$50 Down and $50
Every 6 Months For
Two Years, Buys a
CHOICE   LOT   At
White Rock   Time  Table
Leave New Westminster���
8:15 a. m., 10:30 a. m.
4:30 p m., midnight.
Leave White Rock ��� 6:02
a'. m.";'l:55, 5:35 and 8:45
p. in.
WHSTE, SHILES &
*.*4Mffefe)��:
, New Westminster Agents ITU
kERS
r.AY,
AUGUS"f 13, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEM.
OUTW
OFFICER
Lampion
sallei
yratic
Us at noon i
���1   h��
L:v  wnfldi
K; unable to
Wliiic Bl
l0r strategy-
Ihore employ
'   to licip ���-'
ITTED   BY
s   OF    ADRIATIC
12.���The sieun-
,,������    .\cw     York
���i;iy. somewhat to
striking Bremen,
Ilt   the   company
dnd stokers.
:,,,,. officials used
Ollice clerks and
: were pul abroad
,) up steam, after
sff.ff^ssnysKiS'a joke cigar expensive
Bremen, who had been held In wait, wuwwilL
lng of the isle of Wight. The stokehole complemenl thus was made com-
plete and the Bteamship proceeded
under normal conditions.
rom   the   time   the    strike    began'
WHEN FRIEND TAKES IT
oi ��� '������' Illl-\,IU
Monday, when the men demanded an
Increase In wages, up to the hour of
sailing   today,  the   White  Star  pierB
wore guarded hy a large police force,
but there was no t rouble.
URNITURE
SALE
This small space is as good as a
whole page to you. It tells that
everything in our store is reduced to the limit during our
August Sale.
We do not mention anything in
particular, as everything is a
genuine bargain, and if we were
to specialize one article we
should mention the whole stock.
Pay a visit to our store and see
how busy we are. Just notice
our delivery wagon.
��enny & Galloway
Reliable Home Furnishers
13-45 Sixth Street    Phone 588    New Westminster
Chicago   Broker   Loses   $200,000   Deal
Through   Prank   Played   by
a   Crony.
Chicago, Aug. 12.���A joke cigar
cost a La Salic Btreet broker $200-
000 the other day.
Here is the i eason:
Two prominent young brokers and
men ahout town, had the habit of
helping themselves to cigars in each
Other's vest on every possible occasion. Recently No. 1 decided to play
a trick on his friend, and got a loaded
cigar that noes off like a Roman candle and releases a spring which
breaks the cigars to pieces, much to
ti.e smoker's surprise and discomfort.
He decorated this miniature bomb
with a hand from a fifty-cent cluar of
a well-known brand and placed it conspicuously  in his  vest pocket.
He met his friend In the lobby of
the l.a Salle hotel, and after greeting
him drew hack his coat so as to display in better advantage the cigar.
No. L' immediately spied the cigar and
with a lightning pass, made perfect
hy long practice, was soon possessed
of this templing piece of tobacco.
"Ah!" he said. 'See you are smok-
Ing heiier cigars now. I'll smoke this
one lor you later."
Jusi at that poinl a man from New
York with Whom No. 2 had a husiness
deal on involving more than $200,000
joined the group. Shortly the New
Yorker and No. 2 excused themselves
and walked away to transact tlieir
husiness.
They seated themselves at one of
the tallies in the lobby, and No. 2 of-
fered the New Yorker his recently ac-
quired cigar. A match was applied
in the usual way and the fireworks
started. The cigar blew up as per
schedule, and. incidentally, the .200,-
000 (leal blew up wilh It.
Now No. 2 is looking for No. 1 with
lire in his eye because No. 1 allowed
him not only to "swipe" a cigar, hut
because he a'">wed him to present it
to his New York associate, whereby
he is minus the profits on a big transaction.
k.,    A
m
Dil! Oil! Oil!
\First Oil Shipment Arrives
From Wells of Amalgamated Development  Co.,  at Katalla, Alaska
The following telegram was received yesterday
[afternoon from Seattle by Messrs. Auld, Gwin &
McClarty, Vancouver, representatives of the Amalgamated Development Co.:
Seattle, Washington,
Auld, G
win & McClarty,
Vancouver, B
C.
August 11th, 1910
Shipment of oil from Katalla
marked for Standard
Oil Co.
Wire Instructions.
Galbraith Dock Co.
^This stock can be purchased by holders of Northern
and International Certificate of exchange for $1 per
8We.   Others can buy for $2 per share, par value $1
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
Society
Mis, Allan Purvis has returned from
a nip to Seattle.
a    a   a
J.  Armstrong,   left,  for  her  home    in
Vernon on .Monday.
* ��   ��
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. W. Creighton are
visiting in Victoria.
* ���    *
Mrs. M. M. English is visiting ro-'
lathes in California.
��   ���   ���
Miss Bryant, of Vancouver, is visit-!
in;;  .Miss Marion  Martin.
��    ��    ��
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Gordon are
camping at  lllackie  Spit.
* *    *
Miss Freeze has returned from :
visiting friends In  Seattle.
a    a    m
Mrs. Sinclair is the guest of Mrs.
Annandale at  Blackie Spit.
* *    *
Captain Alford, of Vancouver, spent
the lirst of the week ln town.
* ���    ���
Mrs. J. A. Grieve, of Vancouver, Is
the guest of Mrs. \V. N. Carty.
* ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lewis are at
Banff Hot Springs for a few weeks.
��� ���    ��
Mrs. Osborne Morris, who was here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V.
��    ��    ���
Mr. Ross Fraser, of Vancouver, paid
a business visit to the city on Tuesday.
A     a     a
Mr. and Mrs. II. Whittaker, of Vancouver, have taken up residence in
llie city.
* *    ��
Miss Fraser has been the guest of
Mrs. J. B. Boyle at Kitsilano, Vancouver.
* *    *
Miss I.yle Whelen. of Victoria, has
heen visiting her sister, Mrs. \V. J.
Mathers.
* ���   ��
Miss McBride has heen visiting her j
sister-in-law. Mrs. \V. L. McBride, at j
Port  Guichon.
* ���    ���
Mr.   and   Mrs.   John   Held   have   ie-!
turned from a three  months' trip to
the British Isles.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Frank MacKenzie and
j children have returned from a month's
i stay at Plumper's Pass.
.    .   .
Mr. J. P. McLeod, inspector of legal
offices,   of   Victoria,   paid   an   official
11 visit to the city on Wednesday.
a    *    *
Mr.    Frank    Hannlngton, of Fernie.
I was the guest of his sister, Mrs. L. M.
J Richardson, en route to Prince Rupert.
��   .
Mrs. Oldham, of Victoria   who has
been  visiting her mother. Mrs. Corn-
jwall  at    Albert    Crescent,    left    on
; Thursday for her home.
���    ��    ���
Mrs. Charles E. Seymour has returned from Woodlands, North Arm.
I where she was visiting her sister. Mrs.
J Frederick Cunningham.
* *    *
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McQuarrie have
I returned  from  Pender  Sarbor.  where
they were guests at    the camp of Mr.
and Mrs. D. J.  McQuarrie.
Mr. B.    Young,   of Astoria, a   well
known   canneryman   formerly   operating on the Praser river, was a visitor
| in  the city during the week.
(5 ��� ���
Among tliose entertaining during
the week at the tea hour were Mrs.
Alexander Charleson, Mrs. Cornwall.
Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett and Mrs. Lach-
lan  McQuarrie.
��    *    ��
Mrs. Frederick Calder. of Ashcroft.
who, with her husband. Judge Calder,
is spending the summer at Vancouver.
was the guest of Mrs. E. C. Thompson at Sapperton during the week.
��� ��    ���
Mrs. J. E. Gaynor entertained at the
tea hour on Wednesday in compliment
to Miss Minota Zeta Stevens, whose
marriage to Mr. J. E. Allen is arranged to take place in the autumn.
��� ���   ���
Major Swinford and Mrs. Swinford,
of Vancouver, with Mr. Ketchen, assistant manager of the .Northern
Crown hank at that city, spent Thursday in town, tlie guests of the Misses
Corbould.
��� ��    ��
His lordship Bishop De Pencier and
Mrs. De Pencier. Mrs. George Curtis,
of North Vancouver, and Mrs. Allan
Mercer, of Coquitlam, were week end
guests of Mis. Eastman at White
Rock.
a   a   a
On Friday Mrs. G. Bruce Corbould
was the hostess at a very charming
luncheon complimentary to her sister-
in-law. Miss Vera Corbould, whose
marriage to Mr. Ardagn, of Calgary,
is arranged to take place in the early
fall. The table was dainty with lovely sweet peas, aud the guests included
Miss Vera Corbould, Mrs. Ray Rome
(Vancouver), Mrs. E. N. Sutherland.
Miss Helen Rand and Miss Claire Corbould.
��� *    *
Mrs. Albert Clarke Eddy entertained
delightfully at the tea nour on Tuesday in honor of her sister, Miss Hos-
mer. Mrs. Eddy, with her mother,
Mrs. Hosmer, and her sister, Miss
Hosmer. received her guests in the
drawing room, while the dining room
was looked after by Mrs. G. A. Allen,
Mrs. VV. G. McQuarrie, Mrs. J. H.
Diamond, and Mrs. E. N. Sutherland,
who had assisting them Miss Marlon
Martin. Miss Bryant (Vancouver),
Miss Corbould, Miss Claire Corbould,
Miss Macgowan, Miss McBride, Miss
Lewis, Miss Peele, Miss Freeze and
Miss Alma Leamy. The tea table waa
artistically decorated with trailing
smllax and rose colored swe"t peas.
On (Thursday evening Mrs. Eddy had
a verv jolly nouse nance lor tie; sister.
Miss Hosmer, of Minneapolis, ls the
guest of her s'ste-, Mrs. A. C. Eddy,
fill   it  Diuuiir
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders for Royal Columbian Hos-
pit;!, New Westminster, B. C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and marked on the envelope "Tenders for Royal Columbian
Hos; Ital," will be received at tlie
ollice of the Secretary, Thomson block.
Now   Westminster,   B.   C,   until   12
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
o'clock noon, of Monday, llie fifteenth
day of August, 11)10.
Plans and specifications may be]
seen at the ollice of the architects,!
Messrs. Birds & Blackmore, 30(1 Loo|
block, Vancouver, B. ('., or at the]
Secretary's ollice, Thomson block,'
New Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered bank, payable to the order
of the Board of Managers of the Royal
Columbian Hospital, equal to five per
cent of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender ls accepted, shall, within one week after the
acceptance thereof, sign the contract,
specifications and other documents required to be signed, and in any case
of refusal or failure on the part of
the party whose tender Is accepted, to
complete and execute the contract
with the Board of Managers, the said
cheque shall be 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 by parties
whose tenders are rejected will be
returned within ten days after the
signing of the contract.
The lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted.
W. H.  KEARY,
Secretary Royal Columbian  Hospital.
P. O. Box  .n.
New Westminster, B. C. July 14,
1910.
Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner In fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from E. A. Wllmot,
Inspector of dykfs, to Duncan Bell
Hall, bearing date the 13th day of
June, A.D., 19.07, of all and singular
that certain parcel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
In the District of New Westminster,
in the Prj/.i-.e ci Biitish Columbia,
more particil irly known and described as part 3.(10 aucs of the southeast
quarter of Section IS, Townsliip 3,
Range 29, west of 6th Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest ln tlu said land by virtue
of any unre ���'������teied instrument, and
all persons eli.T.ing any Interest in
the said land hy dor ent, whose title
ls not re<istored -..'or the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are required to contest tie c'd::n of the tax purchaser within forty flMi days from the
date of the first puo! cation of this
notice upon yju and in default of a
caveat or certlfLa'e ot ,'.s pendens
being filed Within sue 1 jcrlod, or in
default of redimption r-ffora registration, you ail each of you w*11 be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to o; la tespect of
the said land, and I sha.l register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
In fee. And 1 heiely m'1*. that publication of this notice for thirty days
In a daily newsp iper pi blished in New
Westminster wll te food and sufficient service there-,;
Dated at tho L, nd Registry Ofllce,
New Westmln-tei', r-e ''nee or British
Columbia, this :-0th day of April, A.
D��� 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
I Istrlct Registrar.
To Canada Pe-nanent Loan & Sav.
lngs Co.; Oppenheimer Bros., Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Leishman; J. W. Hew-
ton.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5,25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancnnver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. daily except Saturday, and
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E. R. ticket office and on board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) for Vancouver.
See the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons, $1.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  6:50, 6:20, 6:50,  7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leare Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,  7:20,  8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
f Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
* Sunday Schedule���Cars leave  Westminster   for Vancouver   at   8
:a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
* Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  8 a.  ra., 9  a.  m.  and
��� every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m.    Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.        J
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.       ���
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. f
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Columbia Street Snap
Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, bai. to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS '
PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
AUGUST
mt
���tii!
f-.t
i*'
fe
The Oven
Of a Range
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with half the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The. Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Note tke illuetratione.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
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iCity News!
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s
TO
DINE WELL
t
Is a wish that cannot always be consumated.
The difficulty often is in
finding just a suitable
place. The Royal Cafe
caters to the oerson who
wants to dine well.
There is no danger of
an unpleasant meal. We
please the fastidious
who want everything
nice, who want the best
of cooking and the best
of surroundings. To
those we therefore say,
DINE AT
Hla Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
1
Mrs. Margaret Jobbetl was In the
city yesterday on her way hack from
Seattle to Coleman, Alberta.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. **
Miss Green, of Victoria, is visiting
at the home of F. II. Green, 416
Eighth street.
Davies greenhouse is fhe place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Rhone R 1208. **
M. W. Mlnthorne Is leaving next
montli for Lindsay, Ont., where he
will visit for some time.
Fales' furniture figures are fair. **
Provincial Constable George Han-
nay, of Nanaimo, came over from the
Coal City yesterday with an insane
Chinaman ln custody.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phono Davies greenhouse.
R 208. **
A meeting of the city directors of
the R. A. ti I. society will he held in
the secretary's office on Friday next,
starting at 8 o'clock.
Three hundred and fifty dollars will
buy a lot and build a cottage at White
Rock. White, Shiles &. Co. will tell
you how. **
Auditor Cotsworth's report was the
sole subject of conversation on the
city's streets yesterday, some of the
street corner orators condemning and
some praising,  hut all  interested.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ���*
Two drunks appeared in the city
police court yesterday morning; one
was fined the usual $L'.50 and the
other was interdicted tinder the provisions of the new provincial act
which went into force on the flrst day
of August.
See Fales for Camp Furniture, cheap
and reliable. * *
F. J. Hamilton, of Finch., Ont.. who
is spending a few months on the
coast, spent yesterday in the city the
guest of B. F. Casselman, who showed
him the sights (if Westminster. Mr.
Hamilton was favorably impressed
with the town, and intimated that he
might invest in realty.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phone 1S4. **
Rev. Bird Robinson, a noted
evangelist from Texas, well known as
the author of "Sunshine and Smiles."
has been engaged for services ln this
city on Monday. He will preach in
the Salvation Army hall on Monday
at, 2:30 and 8 p.m. The services arc
free to the public.
Steamer Transfer will make Sunday afternoon trips to Steveston
dining the fishing season, fare .1.
Boat leaves Westminster at 3 p.m.,
returning leaves Steveston at (1:30
p. m. **
The publicity commissioner has just ���
had a new folder printed. It beats
on one side maps of the city and of
tlie diatiict and on the other pictures
and condensed information regarding
the resources anj possibilities of the
district. The. pamphlet is so folded
that it fits handily into the vest
"ocket.
Quick delivery of all house furnishings bought at Fales'. Our stock is
coinple,te, the prices the lowest.    **   j
Included among the guests of camp- I
ers at White Rock during the week
have been Bishop de Pencier, who has |
heen visiting H. A. Eastman; 10, M.
Carncross, C. M. C. of Surrey; City
Clerk Duncan; .1. E. Hawkshaw, manager of the Northern Crown hank;
Reeve Sullivan, of Surrey, and many
others.
Some Special Week
End Attractions
A Feature of Our Big August Clean-Up Sa
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Alberni
Nanaimo
Comox
Cowlchan
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of British Columbia
held In Victoria In January l��8t. datos
for the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
 Sept. 14 and IB
 Sept. ll! and 1"
 Sept. 22 and 23
 Sept. 23 and 24
The Islands  Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N.  and  S.  Saanlch Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Cofiultlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassiz        Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20. 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon        Sept. 15 to 17
Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon  Arm    Sept. 23 und 24
Summerland       Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley      Sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24
A Big Range of
Children*s Coats
$1.95 Each
Regular values up to $7.50. Odd coats In Pique linen. Alpaca and
Knplish outing flannels. Each coat is made of material of excellent
washing qualities. Coats are made with neat collars of embroidery or
contrasting material. Parents win do well to InvesUgate this tfeek
end sale of serviceable attractive   coats.     Each     $1.95
A Few Women*s
Cloth Costumes
$7.50 Each
Regular values $l.r>.00 to .2f>.00. A few lonely costumes in light and
dark cloths splendid every day suits. Each suit is perfectly tailored
in every respect. One of a kind only; sizes 3,2 to 38. We clear them
this week end, each    $7.50
Complete
Stock of
Butterick
Patterns
Now In
Many of oui , |
found   il   difficult dm
past few weeks in obi
many    patterns   foi   v..
il.e>- asked       .   .
such has been lhe case    ��� I
't  musl occui at least u
ln a year.   We take ; i       |
in  imw announcing that the
entire re i rdei Btock as ��el||
as September patterns  andj
Delineators are now here.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Ihe Centra! Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
f'l.e fctte 'criiVtici! 'Hi* IC'sued a recast, tfl an drivfeB of vehicles to use
the left side of the street car tiacks
"on Columbia street. The by-law which
is under consideration by the council
aS the present time will make it an
offence to travel on the right side of
the street, but until lt is ln force the
city authorities think the public ought
to be warned to keep to the left or'
there is liable to be an accident.
1
No Flies On
Your Cattle if you use our
Imperial Cattle Wash. Apart
from saving the cattle from
dies you increase the supply of
milk in milch cows. Cows can't
fight lies and produce milk.
$1.00  gallon.    Try a 25c  bottle.
Curtis Drug Store
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane Black���Four  Doors East
of Bank of Montreal.
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.  C.
7-1;
The Public
Supply Stores
We want you to
place your order
NOW for
Peaches
for
Preserving
We are carrying
the best that can
be got.
Ends of Linen
Table Damask
75c   EACH.
Regular values $1.2.r>. Only
a small number of these
ends, l 1-U to 2 yards in
length, border on four edges,
some slight flaw or Imj er-
faction makes a low price
necessary before merchants
will accept them. At 7f>c
they are wonderful value.
New Hair Nets, 10c
to 35c Each
We mention the arrival of
son.e new styles in hair nets.
One worthy of especial mention is a real hair net. full
large size with draw sti ing
for drawing tight, a hair pin
attached for fastening.  Price
each 35c
Qrey hair nets In several
styles, round back hair nets
and many other new Htyles
in all colors. Each llie to 36c
Secure a Nice Table^Cloth[
$1.25 Each
Regular $2.00 and $2.25.    Xew table covers���a Bpeclal pu       i ���-!
odd hit  placed en sale Friday and   Saturday  for  lhe  Br t tlmi I
styles each of superior quality al   the   price.     On.-    ���   . F
Damask cloth, 60 inches square, with hemstitching,   bordered I
white with nice fancy design In centre.    Another Btyli I
width cloth in 2 l-i or :��� 1-.   yard lengths, unhemmi              - I
pure wiiile linen;   a small  finer de lis pattern  in centri I
styles afford a  splendid opportunity   to     serine    an   everydaj I
cloth ai a price not open exery day.    On sale Frldaj         .- I
each     : ;il
426 Yards Linen
Crash Towelli
m
5 Cents Per Yard
For   Friday  ami   Saturday  only.    .Many customers asked I
some of the last lot   on sale al   this   price.     We    expei      tl I
quantity to he sold inside the two days.    Material is 1.  Inclu        ||
with bordered edge.    On Bale, per yard	
W. S. COLLISTER &
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAI
\.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Abbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
apply to ttfc Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for conl and petroleum
oa and in tbe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. K. corner, planted nt the N. E.
���corner of Section 19. in Township 1!),
Municipality of Sumns, New Westminster District; thrnco south 80
chains; thence west RO chains; thence
north SO chains; thence east SO chains
to point of commencement and containing   (140  acres.
Dated  at Abbotsford,  B.C..  this 9th
lay  of June.  A.I)., 1910.
NORMAN   CASWELL.
District of New Westminster.
a*a***aaaa*********************a*
Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
B lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350 e*ch.  Term*.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Stre*ts on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice'that 1, George Beckett,
if  AbbotBford,  B.C., toamstcr, intend
o  apply   to  the   Chief  Commissioner
j if Lands ut Victoria, B. C, for a II-
j -ense to prospect for coal and petroleum on and fn the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked G. B.,
LN. W. comer, planted at the N. W.'
corner of Section 28. In Township 19,
! Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thenco east 88 chains;
thonce south 86 chains; thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 ehnlns to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C.. this 9th
day of June,  A.D.. 1910.
GEORGE BECKETT.
Cednr lumber for sale cheap. We
hnve on hand a small quantity of
rough cedar, one inch, one and a half
Inch, nnd two Inches thick. Just right
for drainage work. We wlll give a
great bargain on this lumber. Walsh
Snsh and Door factory. Plione 41,1. ������
THE TIME:
MONDAY, AUGUST 15|
THE PLACE:
THE MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
For a thorough up-to-date business training
A.  L.  BOUCK,  Principal
610  Columbia Street, New  Westminster, ��>
L
ta************
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE O  *��� t  tt.  v        M  E  w ��
If you want something; Choice:; for Sun<W
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast 1
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything e1
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure ge
P. BURNS' MARKE
[COLUMBIA STREET

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