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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ILUME 5, NUMBER 149.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY  MORNING, JULY LT),  1910.
BIGHT PACKS.
PRICE 1 = ; CENTS.
'DING AUTOISTS
ICAUGHT IN BURNABY
pity Speed Fiends Caught
Stop Watch Constable
Fine Day on Thursday.
|cre was a score of sad motorists
ji couver on Saturday night, and
Municipality of Burnaby is respon-
for it all. Twenty au toi sts will
iur before the magistrate at the
faby municipal hall on Thursday
Jjng to answer a charge of exceed-
fl,c speed limits against the peace
jis Majesty King George V. his
.ii and Dignity,
was anxiety to see the big la-
. c game. They might have known
too, for the Burnaby people
been raising enough rumpus
the last game for anyone with
a brain to know enough to go
when nearlng Kdmonds. But
didn't    und    nemesis    overtook
0 There Is a long curve on the
mver road and the distance be-
\n that curve and a certain point
cn to tho pollre is exactly half a
Well,   when   the   cars   came
|ind the curve the watchman Just
pd out his chronometer; took note
1 the    time;   waited  until  the  car
Ibed  him;   took  another  observa-
:>n his stem winder; did a little
hed calculation, and if the result
\e<i too small to him marked down
number of the ear. It was a
th.
astable Hornby claims that the
pr(l was taken by a car which went
half mile In flfty seconds, which
lied out at a little better than
ty miles an hour. There were no
bes taken, but today the owners of
irs will all be discovered and
bested to attend a morning session
\he Burnaby poilce court on Tues-
niornlng.    Yesterday's  haul   was
result of a warm protest made
Itlic Uurnaby council and the board
ide against excessive automobile
edlng.
SIR WILFRID SPENDS
SUNDAY AT SASKATOON
Lays Corner Stone of New
Catholic Church - Meets
Grain Growers at Lanigan
Saskatoon, July 2-1.���Sir Wilfrid
l^urie,' and parly arrived here Saturday evening on the wav west The
premier was met at Lanigan by a
deputation from the grain growers of
this district, who made represents,
tions to him upon thp question of terminal elevators, the tariff and the
Hudson   Bay  railway.
Referring to the Hudson Bay rail-
way, Sir Wilfrid Bald it. would soon
be an accomplished fact. The government would appoint a commission
to investigate the tariff question. Sir
Wilfrid promised legislation at an
early sitting of the house of commons
to re'i ove the grievances of the farmers in regard to the mixing of grains.
As to terminal elevators, he was not
at liberty to say at the present time
what that legislation would be. He
Intimated, however, that the system
which had been tried successfully in
Minnesota  might  be adopted.
Sir Wilfrid spent Sunday here at
the home of J. F. Cairns, a prominent
liberal. This morning be attended
St. Pauls Catholic church, Bishop Paschal, of Prince Albert, officiating. In
the afternoon the premier laid the corner stone of the new Catholic church.
Sir Wilfrid and party leave for Humboldt tomorrow morning.
BISHOP OF WESTMINSTER
TB BE CONSECRATED TODAY
UL NEWSPAPER MAN IS
NAMED RHODES SCHOLAR
|C. Dyke, Westminster High School
Sr.iduate,   Gets  Coveted   Scholarship���Is  Good  Athlete.
Sidney  C    Dyke,  of  New   Westmln-
lr.   lias   been   appointed    Rhodes
nlar for the province of British Co-
.bin.    Six   candidates,  A.   E.   Boak,
icouver;   H.  C.   Holmes,   Victoria;
|omas A.  Davidson, Victoria;   D. VV.
srerombie,   Mission   City;     V.   E.
Iredlth, New Westminster, and S. C.
fke. were In Victoria on Friday be-
ucstloned   by  the  Judges���Lleu-
lant Governor Patterson,  Dr.  Rob-
tson,   provincial   superintendent   of
neat lon;   Superintendent   Argue,  of
Vancouver City schools, and Su-
Mntendent Dr. Paul, of Victoria.
|S. C, Dyke Is twenty-four years of
and  has  lived ln  New  Westmln-
Pr   for   several   years,   graduating
bin the High school here about flve
irs  ago.     He  graduated   from  the
Iver.ity of Toronto, where he came
cond In his course in 190!>. and has
en  teaching un.l doing  newspaper
��rk In British Columbia since then,
Wng at present on the staff of The
ohimliian.    During the latter half of
Bt  year  Mr.  Dyko was news editor
The Daily News,
IDyke is an excellent boxer, a fair
Inr.r  and   a   good   swimmer.       Mr.
fyke's capture of the  coveted  prize
|lh give  Now  Westminster  two out
the    fifteen or twenty  Canadian
fodea scholars at Oxford.    Thorllef
F'w'ii, another graduate of the New
f est minster High school, Is at pres-
"' finishing a brilliant, course there.
Brandon Hotel Gutted.
[Brandon, July 25.���The Empire ho-
was nearly gutted hy Are yester-
"> afternoon. Two new stories had
list been lidded and the hotel was to
}t*.e he,.,, o,)ene(i (o f,,|,. visitors to-
nonow. hut the whole Interior ls
[ally damaged.
fMASH APPROACHING
IN   CRETE   DIFFICULTY
>'" ilin, July 21.���The Turkish gov-
F"l",'iii appears to think It ts quite
���nnecessary for Germany lu Austrla-
JF"��iigiiry to ho consulted In tho set-
r""nt of tho Crete question. The
I. ��on, no doubt, is that, the sover-
panty 0f the sublime port, being rec-
ranized by the Treaty of Uorlln, all
F| is required Is that tho four pro-
Vwl., P��Wer�� should see that the
fwereignty Is maintained,
k.... "*'��""�� a question of annexing
kiln'��� r'rGpP0. that would be an-
Voun '"aUer-   Unfortunately (or the
siitn,.f V,"   *' "K'tr now regime ls not
C. *ly. eBt*blUhed  for  great de-
Inn     ,ho tBkon Irrevocably.
Joe n   T  ,,r(,nch   Mltlcal   world  the
Id \*       Vory 8,r<m* "'"t the smush-
�� approaching, and tliat the pol-
Bame    Ki!,'n*TH f? to "lay R walUnB
Pxnm.,i���      5  F,M(11������n<l  has  set  the
��� Pichon 8 "lft(le * conTort of
Successor of Late Bishop Dart to  Assume Office at Noteworthy Gathering in Vancouver This Morning.
Rev. A. U. de Pencier will be con-
seer^ed Bishop of New Westminster
at uleven o'clock this morning in St.
Pauls church, Vancouver, where he
has been rector for the past two
years. There will be a noteworthy
gathering of Knglish Church dlgna-
taries, including Bishop Matheson, primate of all Canada, and Bishop Herbert, of Prince Rupert,
The Bishops of Columbia, Caledonia,
and Olympia will also be there; und
Kev. C. A. Seager, M.A., recto, o. St.
Cyprians church, Toronto, wlll preach
the sermon.
The following is the program to be
followed:
Hymn  219    "For All  Saints"
Holy Communion Service Smart
The Primate of all Canada.
Epistle   The Bishop of Olympia
Gospel  The Bishop of Columbia
Sermon    	
Kev. C. A. Seager,  M.A., Hector of
St. Cyprians, Toronto.
Hymn ��21���"Take My Life and Let It
Be Consecrated Lord Unto Thee."
Bishop-elect retires and puts on  his
Rochet.
Presentation   of  Bishop-elect   by   the
Bishop of Caledonia and Bishop of
Columbia.
Record of Election and Certificate of
Concurrence read by Diocesan Registrar.
Litany       With   Special  Suffrage
The Ven. Archdeacon of Columbia.
Questions to the Bishop-elect	
 The Primate
Anthem���"How  Lovely  Are the  Mes
sengers"       Mendelssohn
Bishop-elect   retires   and   put  on   the
rest of the Episcopal Habit.
Hymn 4115 ....  Venl Creator Spirit us
Clergy   and  people   singing  ulternate
f                          lines.
Offertory  Sentences   	
 Tbe Ven. Archdeacon Pugh
The offerings given nre to be devoted
to church work ln Fort George.
Prayer  for  Church   Militant   	
  The Primate
rnvltation  and  Confession   	
   The Bishop of Caledonia
The   Holy   Communion   Service   concluded���The   Primate   assisted    by
the Bishops present.
Special prayers before the blessing.
Blessing...The Primate of all Canada
Hymn 3!)7 "Alleluia, Sing to Jesus"
At the conclusion of the ceremony
a luncheon will be given in St. Pauls
hall by the Women's auxiliary, their
guests Including the members of the
synod, both clerical and lay, the diocese officers or the auxiliary and
prominent visitors present at the con-
secratlon.
GAEKWAR   ROASTS ���_���_M
AMERICAN WOMEN
London, July 24.���The Gaekwar and
Maharanee of Batoda arrived on the
Mauretanla from New York and are
now    ln    London.      The    Maruhanee
said;
"I thought American women were
well educated and Intelligent, yet they
nskod me tho most ridiculous questions ln New York. They wan ed to
know whether I was an East Indian
or West Indian or perhaps American
Indian snd they Inquired whether Ba-
roda was In Bombay or Baroda. Such
Ignorance amazed nic."
UN 10 COP IS SAVED PROM
TAKING LOI JOURNEY EAST
Westminster Retains Lacrosse Championship by Sufficient
Margin of Fourteen Goals on Minto Cup Series
��� Challengers Had No Chance at Any Time.
Beaten, outgeneraled, out-played,
out-tricked and out-done at every
stage and in every department of lacrosse, the Montreal Minto Cup challengers went down to defeat on Saturday before the New Westminster
team by the enormous score of 13 to
5. As many of the Montreal men admitted after the game, there was no
question as to the superiority Of the
New Westminster team.
To the players brought up in the
city of N'ew Westminster, many of
them born here, belongs the credit of
maintaining against a team composed
of the best players in eastern Canada
their title of champions of the Dominion. Long practice togettier and the
certain knowledge which each man
has of the thing to expect from any
member of the team at the critical
moment, has enabled the New Westminster team to develop a style of
play that seems al the present time
to be invincible. The Tecumsehs,
champions of the N. L. U. In 1908. attempted to wrest the premier lacrosse
honors of Canada from New Westminster, and last fall, the Regina team,
probably the best collection of individual lacrosse artists ever wearing the
same uniform, fell before the Salmon
Bellies.
Yesterday's game was but a repetition of previous contests for the same
trophy. The easterners relied on their
dodging and lob passing to win the
game, while the New Westminster
men pinned their faith on the "go
while the going's good" system, the
sudden rush and the lighting pass.
The score is evidence of the efficacy
of the two systems.
The game waB not rough as games
go. There was some heavy checking and one or two cases of tripping,
but on the whole the men used their
sticks for the purpose for wliich the
Indians flrst invented them; catching
aud throwing the ball. Not a man
was seriously hurt by contact with a
stick or a player. Andy Hamilton had
his knee hurt hy a fall and had to ie
Tire from the game, but there was no
blame for the accident attached to
anyone. The referees had warned the
players previous to the match that
the slightest attempt at rough work
would draw a penalty and the players
evidently bore the fact in mind.
Challengers   Never   Dangerous.
The play i self was not even, except ln the last half, when both teams
were too tire I to indulge in any spectacular work, and the New Westminster team was so far in the lead in
the scoring that they did not need to
develop Uny speed. The Montreal
home was nourishment for the Westminster defence. Relying solely on
dodging as a meafcs of gaining goals,
the easterners were never very dangerous. On one or two occasions
their tactics were signally successful,
and the weary tourists extracted
some applause from the crowd, but on
the whole their attempts were effectually blocked before they were well
started and the ball would go up the
.eld again.
Whenever the ball  was in a New
Westminster stick the Montreal goal
was ln danger.   There was no fooling ���
around.    The home did not even attempt to draw tbe defence  out,  but
wont right to It on the run every time
and thirteen times out of the dozens!
they tried the combination wns work-,
lng right, the passing good and a goal i
resulted.
The crowd that turned out to see
the game was not quite so large as lt
was hist Saturday, but It ls estimated)
that  there  were  between  seven   and:
eight   thousand   people   there.      Thel
weather was tine and tlie grounds in
good  shape, and   the   conditions   all
Ideal for  first-class  lacrosse.
First   Quarter.
It did not take more than fifty sec-'
onds for the Salmon Bellies to show
that they were determined to retain
the Minto Cup, for although Montreal got the hall on the face off, Gal-,
braith took It from them and passed
It to Pat Feeney. Pat passed to
Grumpy Spring, but the ball was just
a littlo bit out and went past Spring
to Len Turnbull.    Len scored.
The next goal was a record on this :
fleld as far as time Is concerned. Fee-
ney got the ball on the face off. pass- j
ed' It to l,en Turnbull, who handed It j
on to  Wintemute, who scored In ten j
seconds, or rather less than It would
have  taken  the  center  man  to   run
down the field with It.    A few seconds
later It looked as If Westminster was
certain to score   again,   but   Grumpy
Spring lilt the goal post Instead of put-1
STRIKERS UNCOUPLE
GRAND TRUNK TRAIN
Cars of Freight Train Strung
Out Along Tracks For
Several Blocks.
MORGAN BUyS
It fOR COMPOSER
ting the ball between the nets. During this time the Montrea. men had
been practically standing still. One
minute had passed and they had not
been able to get near the ball.
Tom Rennie went off tor tripping
Dade. For a few minutes Tierney on
goal for Montreal, worked harder than
he ever did before, but it was no use
for Wintemute scoied while Len Turn-
hull ran in front of the goal worrying
Finlayson and obstructing Tlerney's
vision.
Hogan   Scores.
After a few more shots Montreal
seemed to wake up, and on a pass
from Kane, Hogan scored a nice goal.
A few seconds later Pat Feeney went
to pass to George Rennie. All the
Montreal men backed away to let
him make the pass, but Feeney instead walked right in and scored.
The rest of the quarter was about
even. Both teams scored again and
several of the players went off; G.il-
braith for hitting Roberts, and Roberts and Fred Scott for slugging. Gaily had a hunch that his time was up
and went on too soon, but Penalty
Agent Gow chased him up the field
and made him put in his full five minutes. Most of the scoring seemed to
be done when all the players were on
the field. Just befoie the bell rang,
New Westminster was very dangerous, and Punk Wintemute took a shot.
Doughey Spring relieved and shot the
ball into the nets about three seconds
after the whistle had blown. Scoie
5 to 2.
Second   Quarter.
The flrst quarter captured the pennant both for the number of goa.a
scored and the number of penalties
handed out. There were seven goals
and five time cards. The second was
almost as bad. but there was one less
of each variety. Montreal started the
quarter one man short. New Westminster did not delay long in start-
| ing the fireworks, for Pat Feeney
walked right in from tlie face off and
peered in eighteen seconds, the fourth
���Seconds goal of the game. The quarter was all to New Westminster.
Three of the Montreal men and Tom
Rennie, for the locals, were penalized,
and Pat Feeney, W. Turnbull. Roberts,
Wintemute and Len Turnbull scored,
the latter scoring twice.
There was little exciting in the
quarter. The score at one time stood
10 to 2 in favor of New Westminster,
but Roberts managed to land one Just
before time. It was a nice goal, secured after some of the nicest exhibitions of stick handling of the afternoon.
Third   Quarter.
The third quarter was remarkable
for the fact that only one goal was
scored, Bill Turnbull putting another
nick in the post just eight seconds before time was up. The Montreal men
seemed to be able to hold the New
Westminster home down a little better, but the scoring division was tired
and there was very little heavy play.
Fred Scott did score, but lt was Just
after the whistle had blown, on account of McKerrow having hurt his
wrist. Doughey Spring hit the side of
the net and Referee Yorke stoppocl
the play to see lf there had been a
score,
fourth   Quarter.
The Montreal men seemed to be de
termlned to save themselves from utter disgrace ln the last quarter and
the men dug right ln from the face
off. The easterners had the best ofl
the play for a long time and Fred
Scott finally succeeded ln locating the
nets after dodging half a do/.en men.
They worked hard. Doughey Spring
and Bill Turnbull, both went off, but
Montreal could not score. Andy Hamilton fell and hurt his leg and Punk
Wintemute, whose leg had been bothering him more or less all day, went
off to even matters.
When they started the game again.
Layden, who went on  In the second I
quarter to replace Henry Scott, whoj
had  suffered -an injury  to  his ankle, I
got the ball on a pass from Hogan j
ond scored on a long shot.    It made i
tbe score 11  to 5 and  was the   last
tally Montreal counted.   Montreal was
dangerous   again   and   Tom   Rennle!
saved  Scott  from  scoring by a  very
narrow margin when he came up he-|
hind ond checked him just as he was
going to shoot.   After about five mln-|
utes play. George Rennle managed to
get ln the scoring column by shooting j
at a distance of about fifty feet.   Len j
Turnbull   finished  the  score and  the;
South Bend, Ind., July 24.���The first
freight train on the Grand Trunk
railroad that has been started in this
city since the strike was called was
halted last night by strikers, who cut
lt into sections. So many cars were
uncoupled that the train was strung
out along the track  for blocks.
Unable to make any headway, the
crew ran the engine into a roundhouse.
HOLDS  LIVING  MAN'S
HEART  IN  HIS HAND
Financier Erects $20,000,000
Retreat to Enable Friend
to Compose Better Music.
Philadelphia, July 24.���Holding the
beutl$g heart of a living man ln the
palm of his left hand while he made ' own studio, and in proof of his belief
New York, July 24.���High on a crag
of the Orange mountains, not far from
the Harrlman estates at Arden, J.
Pierpont Morgan is building a grey
stone castle in miniature, wliich both
for the spirit in which It was conceived and the manner which the gift
is being carried out is perhaps without a counterpart.
Mr. Morgan for many years has
been a close personal friend of Homer
A. Norris, the composer, who Is also
organist of St. George Episcopal
church in Stuyvesant Square, New
York, of wliich Mr. Morgan is senior
warden. I^e believes that free from
the daily grind of city life, Mr. Norris
can compose better music than In his
five  stitches  between  the beats  into   he   is   building   for   the   composer   a
a wound made in the organ by a knife
when the victim was stabbed during
a quarrel, Dr. Francis T. Stewart,
chief visiting physician at the Pennsylvania hospital, probably saved the
life of Joseph Spence, aged twenty-
three, today.
After sewing up the wound. Dr.
Stewart put the heart back ln Its
place, stitched the Incision in the inside, and Spence was sent back to the
ward with a good chance of recovery.
CLEARING SITE FOR MILL
ON VANCOUVER ISLAND
Work   Has  Commenced  at   Esquimalt
Upon What Will Be One of Larg.
est Lumber Mills in Province.
$20,000 retreat In the foi est.
STANDARD OIL GIVEN
HARD   JOLT   IN   AUSTRIA
Berlin, July 24.���The great and
hitherto Invincible Standard Oil company has been defeated, at least temporarily, by the Austrian government,
which Is bent on driving it out of
business in Austria.
The Limanowa factory of the Vacuum Oil company, the Austrian subsidiary of the Standard Oil company,
has closed Its doors. The latest tariff measures of the state railways
hardly left any other course open.
Contrary to exepctatlons, the United
States ambassador has asked for explanations of the hostile policy pursued by the government.
The Austrian government will reply
that lt found itself compelled to protect its home industry against tho
overpowering American competition,
and that the measures decreed are
within the sphere of administrative
competence.
Victoria, July 24.���A lumber mill
with a total dally output capacity of
250,000 feet, is to be constructed at
Esquimau by an eastern Canadian
syndicate of capitalists who have
been reported on reliable authority to
have absorbed the B. F. Graham Lumber Co.
A site including Graham island,
Thetis cove; thirteen hundred feet
of waterfront and property extending
Inland to the E. & N. right-of-way���
a total of twenty-two acres���was secured by the B. F. Graham concern
months ago for the purpose of estab<-
GOVERNMENT'S ALTON HAS
SUPPORT OF AUTHORITIES
Acting   Secretary   of   Commerce   and
Labor Replies to Charge of Camp-
fire Club on Seal Question.
Washington, D. C., July 24.���Replying    to    the    charge    made    against
,. Charles Nagle, secretary of commerce
llsbing such a business.    Some days       .   , ,        ,     ,. ���  ���    ,_.      ,,. .     .
_ >and  labor,  by  the Campfire  Club  of
ago the reorganized company placed
u gang of men in the island to do
the necessary clearing to permit the
construction of buildings. Plans for
the  new   mills   have  been   prepared,
America, that the seals on the Priby-
loff islands of Alaska are to be slaughtered by the United States government ln the name of protection, Ben-
. jamln   S.  Cable,  acting  secretary  in
and lt Is expected  that  before  long   Mr   ^^ ab8ence ,n A,aska   ^
the establishment will be well under
way.
One of those interested, In discussing the project, declared that the total outlay would staud the Investors
something well on to the million dollar mark. It would be one of the ihe-islands.
largest plants of Its kind In the prov-j
Ince.   To an extent, however, this was!
Issued a statement in which he declares that the course of the department has the support of the highest
authorities on seal life in the United
States, whose knowledge ls derived
from personal  study of  the seal  on
contingent on how the proposed Barkley Sound railway developed. The.
company would be dependent on that
line for the transporatlon of Us logs,
from Its 28,000-acre limit at Sun Juan',
on the Island's west coast, aud for
that reason lt would have to be absolutely ussure.l that the new road was
to be put through to completion
quickly before the work was proceeded with on the scale outlined.
It is the opinion of the company's
directors that they bave seemed au
Idoal location for tho industry. Off
Graham Island, where the chief part
of the plant Is to be placed, the water
Is twenty-sevOn  feet deep,  thus pe.-
CHRISTIANS   TORTURED
BY TURKISH  ORDERS
Belgrade, July 24.���After having
cleared Old Servla of the Albaul-a
rebals, the Turkish authorities have
begun the disarmament of the whole
population. Owing to the state of permanent anarchy which prevailed lieie-
tofoie, the Christian population was
obliged to keep arms to protect thein-
sel\es against Albanian robbers. The
authorities In order to conciliate Mussulman feelings, proceeded moat rigorously with the Christians. The
finding of a few rifles was made the
excuse for repressive measures, and
the authorities demanded the surrender of arms which never existed.
Whole villages weie persecuted and
all   the   notables   were    Imprisoned,
mlttlng the approach of lafge ships whi!e some shocking scenes, not unto tho wharves wliich will be con-1 accompanied by torture, were enae'ed.
structed.    The  Islet,   which  is  about j The Servian paper, Vardar, published
i���     ���������    io,   i.���f   o   o���^n'a'at Uskub, proteste.l strongly an.l  re
un   acrea  in   area,   is   but  a   s ones, '*��� .  .? *     .���.
, vea]e(1   many  abuses of  the  military
throw Trom the mainland. It will , and clvll authorltles. The paper was
be connected with it by piles and! confiscated. The persecutions eon-
planklng, the idea being to allow tbe .Untied, and caused much indignation,
running of B. & N. cars Into the he:ut I, Servla threatened to b.eak oT ,e-
, ., ,,, ,     lations  with   Turkey.    The   Belgrade
of the mill,   lu this way there will be pRpOTB proteBted aR,llnst   thls   t,.tat.
shipping facilities by both water and  mont of the Servian population by the
(Continued on Page Five.)
Passenger Steamer Sinks
Tokio, July 24. -The Tetsurei Maru, plying between Kobe and Darien, sank last night off Chindo,
Korea. The steamer had 246 passengers on board,
of whom forty were saved. The others are missing.
Warships have been sent to the rescue.
rail, and with the Barkley Sound rail- Turkish authorities. The Belgrade
i In operation, the same two meth- cabinet made friendly representations
of obtaining the raw materUi from i *_ Constantinople, and an order was
given to the local authorities to stop
way
ods i
the west coasl. 	
While the clearing of the alle has their repressive mensuies. The Sor-
startod, It will be some months yet vlans who were arrested at GUan ha o
before the plans will be proceeded received more hu-r.ane treatment and
with in their entirety. At piesent t,,e Vardar has been allowed to re-
the company Is woi king large gangs appear,
on the San Juan limits. It being under contract with the AnacorUs Dumber und Box company to supply 16,- Rains Extinguish Forest Frre��.
000,000 feet of timber. Cutting is {to Painv River, Ont., July 24. ��� Tie
lng ahead at the rate of above 100,000 town ls now out of danger from hus'i
a day, and up to date 6,000,000 feot flres. which wee threitenlntf for tw>
have been dellveied. As soo- us the days. Heavy rains which reTT on Sat-
remalndcr has been shipped attention unlay saved the day. BeaudettP, Rmo
wl'l be turned to tho Esquimau propo- und c'y-e-- toyrtm ��in_�� tfw�� Canadian
I sitlon. Northern are klso out of dUingcc
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED���MALE TEACHERS FOR
J:i .,i and Comm m si hools, i iis ci y.
Aj plications r< ceh d tiii n >oa o:
.',,. _ isl   ;.    R. Lennle, Seci etary.
REAL   ESTATE NEAfi-JIOBlEMESI BET
BiiD JOLT Tfl FRIGE
 l����NDAV, JULy .
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    North?���   Crown    Bank    Bldg.
Phone 646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
WAi\ i ED���10 tons
I ei s 50 ti ns ap
J.  Broder,  Box  6
s u ..
prunes,   10
1; s, for     inn ng.
.. New   V. esti i i-
SUCCESSFUL STUDENT IN Accountancy wishes situation for practical experience. No salary two or
tuny weeks preceding steady situation.    Address A, this office.
WANTED ��� GENERAL SERVANT.
Besl wages paid to righl party. Apply 201  Columbia stieet.
Two lary? lots close to store
$300 e tch; one-fourth cash
$10 j er montn.
venty-five   Frenchmen   Have   Titles
T;ken   From   Them   by   Unfeeling Foreign Office Heads.
d tram
lalance!
WANTED���BOYS
the Heaver clear
TO     WORK
factory.
AT
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
Paris. July 24.���Over twi nt; -fl . i
marquesses, counts, viscounts and
I arons attached to the French diplomatic service are at this moment
shi iding tears over the loss of their
titles.
aores ;     Some things do not hear looking In-
in Cen it0  and  a   Fren��h   ,i!|e of  nobility  is
tral  British  Columbfa," which is be"' ��ne 0t the;11'   Conse;iuen"-v "'hen the
ing sold rapidly in large and smal
"���acts.    On   very   attractive  terms
tad and get particulars.
Fruit farm in Delta. Ten acres of good
land; all cleared, with good house
and barns: 250 bearing fruit trees;
on good icad. Price $3,500. Good
terms. 172-A
Fort   George    Lands���20,000
being some of the best lan
Children Often Need a ^IT^Tl^
careful v/hat you give them.
purgatives Injure the bowels ar.d pave the way for
Iife-lcn_ troubles.   The new
 ."ft'3... i.
does the work most
  Actively without Irritating the bowels
or causing any discomfort.    The children like them for they taste
like  candy.    Gne  of  the  most  popular  of  the NA-DRU-CO preparations.
2~,c. a box.   If your druggist has not y?t stocked tbem, send 25c. and we wiil mail them.
National Dru1; and Ch-mical Company of Canada, Limited, ��� ���
SHOW    NOTES.
.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
<iii Westminster road; ahout ISO
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herberl (Jay, Windsor
hotel,  after  6  o'clock.
FOU SALE���A NEARLY NEW FIVE
room furnlshe i col tage; half minute to car.    Price $1,800;  cash $1 ,
Addi ess Own r, Daily News offlce.
DOUBLE  CORNER���On Sixth avenue
and   Eleventh  stieet;   132x132  feet,
with  Bmall  cottage.    Price  $3,5	
$500  cash;   balance  on   very  easy
terms. 170-C
N. W.  ' 4  section  8.  Tp.  10���160 acres
of good  land  with  2,000,000 feet of
timber.    No timher lease.
acre.   $2,000 cash.
M5 per
SALE���REFRIGERATOR.     AP-
H. Oliver, 2'.','i Eleventh stieet.
WILSON, COOK & CO.
Office:    Northern   Crown   Bank   Bldg.
Phone   646.
Open Evenings for Your Benefit.
KELLINGTON BROS.
Corner Columbia  and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
J'KU A i E       BOARDING      HO	
Fliet class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cojking. Tei ms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO  RENT��� FD
Agnes street.
RNISHED ROOM. 204
TO RENT���FURNISHED
ply SIS. Milton street.
ROOM. AP-
CLOVERDALE���Great bargain. Must
be sol 1 by Brst of August. 10 acies.
all lu Oats. Potatoes and Garden.
Water at the door. Nice Cottage
and Stable. All the Stock and Machinery go with this piace: and the
Furniture of the bouse. Right In
town, where you have both the tram
and Great Northern service d lly.
Heie is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure a home ar a small
price, and easy terms. Call and
us ahout this
see
^^^^        RENT.
TO LET ��� LARGE FRONT BED-
room; furnished. Near Daily News.
Apply 609 Victoria street.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to .lohn Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
stieet, City.
KELLINGTON BROS.
| Corner Columbia and  Begbie  Streets.
Phone 680.
JFrencb foreign offlce entered upon an
investigation of the (Itles held by Its
representatives abroad there naturally was a Butter in the diplomatic dove-
; cotes. Worse than tiiis, the onus of
proving their righl to a title was
thrown upon the holders themselves.
with the resulf that quite a number
[had to confess thai they had no legal
warrant to it. After that the foreig
ol e called In the aid of the Herold's
College and the pedigree was looked
into of every ambassador, secretary oi
| ambassador, consul or vice-consul. I.i
the end twenty-flve "noblemen" were
reduced to plain Messieui s.
Naturally tlie despoiled ones have
protested wltb all their might against
I tbis legradatlon. Their plea is that
although th( y are unable to pro luce
ilstoric | roof of their right to their
titles, by long usage and general recognition tliey have obtained a semi-1
legal right. And, moreover, they;
have always used them to sign all diplomatic records.
This las: plea Is an excessively ingenious one. It has had the result of
giving the French foreign ollice one
of the biggest frights that lias ever
come to it. For if treaties with other
countries have been signed b\ the. o
"noblemen" with names that do not
belong to them legally it Is doubtful
whether the documents do not ipso
facto become invalid, with the result
thai the other party to the treaty
niitht repudiate it on the spot if it
like!. The question is long and complicated and in the end the foreign office may wish it had left the titles
alone.
It is easy to claim that
the best show on i arth. It
fool the people once, but
fool them all the time.
adjectives arc  necess try
you have
is easy to
y<ui  can't
No  Bowery
^^^^^^ . to gel business for the Claman company. They
are too well known, for years they
have toured the country In every
city and town of note In the United
States and Canada. ' They always advertise just what they lune and nothing more. As this is their last trip in
���:is territorj for seme time, no one
should miss seeing them and their
capable pompany of players in the
comedy "Are You Crazy?" and enjoy
a good laugh. They appear at tlie
Opera lions- tonight.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster brancn.
Week Day Scneaulo.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minster at 5:50, C:5u, 7:20 aud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until   ]):.;���.   p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van I
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 aud;
C:0u a.m.. and every half hour there- j
after  until   11:00 P.m.
:reeMftl
New Westminster, B.C
NOTIC .    TO    CONTRACTORS.
LOST���SET OF ^RAWING INSTRU-
ments In green case. Kinder please
communicate with Hope & Barker,
Trapp block.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
PHONE QUICK IF YOU WANT THIS
���260 acres in famous Whonnock
district���16 acres waterfront, and
155 acres dyked land all cleared and
ready for the plow; balance bush.
Only $125 per acre, at regular snap
terms of one-quarter cash and balance over 5 years at 0 per cent.
SCOTTY COMES BACK
WITH GOLD AND
Reno, Nev., July 24 ..., u��uui
Valley Scotty, in picturesque trappings
and with stories of riches glittering
from a hole���where, he would not
tell���again hove into tho limelight
yesterday  at  Winnemucca,
In a large sack over his back he
carried quantities of free gold chunks
and, to preclude any theft when he
would lay the sacks down, two huge
rattlesnakes were nestled among the
valuable chunks.
LOST ���IX OR NEAR MARKET, A
pocketbook con;," iii ing hank book
and sum of money.. Reward if ic-
turned to Police station.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
wilh gold chain, between tram office and Third street! Suitable reward for returning same to Dally
News ofiice.
Bank of Montreal
NICE  OUT OF TOWN   HOMESTEAD
���Only three miles from town, close
to B. C. Electric railway; nine acres,
comfortable  little house, and  small
orchard,   Prettily located; just right
distance from road.    Only ten min-j
utes  from  city   by  car  line.    Price |
$4,000;   one-quarter  down  and easy!
terms.
Tenders   for  Wiring   Systems,   Switch
Board and  Transformers.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the undersigned, and marked on the
envelope "Tender for Wiring Syi
Switch Board and Transformers," will
j be received at the offlce oi the Com
missioners   of   the   Transcontinental
Railway,   at   Ottawa,   Ontario,   until
twelve o'clock noon of the 26th day
fof July.  1910, for the wiring systems,
switch   board   and   transformers,   required  In  connection  with  the Locomotive Shops of the National Transcontinental Railway east of Winnipeg.
Plans   and   specifications   may    be
seen in the ofiice of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa. Ont., and  In  the office of
Mr.   S.   R.   Poulin,   District   Engineer.
St. Boniface, Man.
Each   tender   must   be   signed   and
j sealed b.   all the parties to the tender.
' and   witnessed,   and   be   accompanied
j by an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank of the Dominion of Canada, pay-
SNAKES  able tu the order of the Coininission-
^^^H i ers of the  Transcontinental  Railway,
{famous Death for a sum equal to ten per com
i in p.c.) of the amount of the tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall, within ten days after the
signing thereof, sign the contract.
.specifications, and other documents
required to lie signed, and In any
case of refusal or failure on the part
of the party whose tender is accepted
to execute and complete the contract
with the commissioners, the s.ii.l
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such   refusal   or  failure,   and  all   con
Sunday  Schedule.
Car? leave Vancouver tor New West
min-ter ai 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter unti'
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vai.
couver at S; 00 a.m . B"d
hour thereafter until 11
��� v bt
Mineral Waters
Aerated Wat,
Manufactured by
J.
:y
p.m.
NEW   WESTMl
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   8
a.m. and every hour until li p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until  10 p.m.
; On Sundays cars  leave Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
; On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manage
Westminster.
! Telephone   R   113. Office: Pr,
"���'���tis.
Grea
t  Northerr
1   Railway.
Lv.
N.   W
11  a.ir..;
ar.   Seattle
,m
Lv.
N   W.
4:.lo p.m.;
ar. Seattle
p.m.
Lv.
N. W. 1
2;27 a.m.;
ar. Seattle
a.m
Lv.
Seattle
8:05 a.m.;
ar. N. W.
p.m.
Lv.
Seattle
4:35 p.m.;
ar. N. W.
P m.
Lv.
Seattle
11:45 p.m.
;  ar. N.W.
a.m
Lv.
Seattle
12:25 p.m.
:  ar. N.W.
p.m.
G. N
. R.���Port
Guichon.
New
9:30
C:20
1:29
Leaves New Westminster dally, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at
Port Gulchon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves   Port   Gulchon     7:on     a.tiS
daily, except. Sunday, arrives at  New
If you
safety
It Will
It, and
^^^^ ALWAYS
deposit your mono; I.
In The Hank of Toronto
be safe while you lean
ready when you need.
and  It will be
AUTheTimM
earning for you three per cat,
Interest. Small or |arge so
may be deposited at any timt
1 in 1    iiuicnon       , ; 1111      a.m
 ��""ottl  ur  iwure.  and  all  con- riM|v   except ..undav, arrives at  New
Can* fln   lflftfA.,.i|      t      "u"   r,ig,hut8^    ei nyJhe, a,��?fP}" Westminster bridge passenger station
jCfll  Ufl  ADDlOVal     {   '     iUnn-1 ��f V16   C  '"I"' Kl,.i,'"1l";  tortel[e�� 9:20   a.m.,   water   front   freight   shed
<_ 11 I ���   |j     ih"   cheque   deposited   by   parties 9.30 ,, ,���
To Rbsponsib .a People   * I"01"! : wh,ls0 "'I,li<-'  is accepted will be do- ' 	
jiiiNTAiw     posited  to  the  credit   nf  tli��>  lir '���������
V * **      *   ��� '  "
K
ES
PABLISHED 1811
GOOD THING IN BURNABY���27
acies, corner North Arm and Boundary toad (dividing Iin' hetween
Burnaby and South Vancouver);
southern slope; easy clearing:
splendid fruit land. Price below
market at $525 per acre; .5.000 cash
and balance over three years at 7
I er cent.
L-aiag'hlira
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
capital  "   $14,400,00000 HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
RESERVE       11,000,000.00 New Westminster**. C.     Phone 335
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, anu in London. England, New York, Chicago ami Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mex'co City, a general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issu,. 1 avallahle wltb
coricspondeiits In all parts of the
world.
Savings Hank Department���Deposits
received   in  sums  of $1  and upward,
and interest allowe4 r>t 3 ier cent
annum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over   $186,000,000.00
HUNTAIV
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_"&7~*t
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CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improyement Notice.
pei
���NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
H   *���
PPAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
DAILY NEW
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
First    Circuit.
Alberni      PC,|ltj
Nanaimo     ' 's. pt'
Cotno\
jCowlchan
Tl e Is! int
Victoria
JN.  and  S.
Coquitlam
Mtir'e    f;;
Mission
Agassiz
jDhi:ilwack
. Sept.
��� Sept.
and
and
and
and
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local 1
[mporvement  General   Bylaw,    1909," |
notice is hereby given that the Assessment Poll for Local Improvements on
tlie   following   streets,     viz.,     Tenth
street on  both sijies from Sixth avenue  to  Tenth  avenue,  except on  thel
east side of said itreet between Sixth
und  Eighth  avenues;   also  on    both
sidis of London. Kdlnhui g   Dublin and
Hamilton streets, Eight and Seventh
'  avenues between Tenth and    Twelfth
Streets, is  open  for inspection  at  the
;office of tlje As.-es iaient Commission'
er In tbe City bttl 1, Xew Westminster,
British Columbh, and In rase the owner or any persoji Interested in any of
the  piippertles  included   therein    desires toiippeal from such assessment,!
lie shall, within the period of eleven
11 I 1   days   from   tlie   first   public;,!inn
of this notice, give notice to the un-1
derslgned  in  writing of his Intention;
to appeal.
Dated   the   27th   dav  of Jun
1010.
RED GEM HW
C%o Inh Pencil BSiita
Your Choice of
$
Then
Two
Popular
Articles
for onN
Br th
posited to the credit of the Receiver
General   of   Canada,   as   security   for
I the due and faithful  performance of
; the contract according  to its terms.
The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
whose   tenders   are   1 ejected   will   be
after   the
returned   within   ten   days
signing of the contract.
The right is reserved  to
or all  tenders,
By order,
P.  E
reject any
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a.m..     arrives
bridge passenger station    9:20 a.m.,
-water  front   freight   shed    9:30  a.m..
daily except  Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m.. bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.. arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
80
BRANCHES
In    Ontario
,    Quebec
West
and thi
CAPITAL
$4,000.00!
REST
the
RYAN,
Secretary.
Transcon-
Posi
paid
to any
address
m Enu,     ��
I The Commissioners of
tlnental   Railway.
Dated at  Ottawa, July  12,  1910.
Newspapers inserting this advertise
ment without authority from tlie Com
I missioners will not lie paid for it.
Mail Service
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B   C
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
11.
Iluitftlluni Sis Enact i,,i,
Every pen1 guaranteed
! full UKt. be!id Gold-cut
on light hmnl may be tia.i
rn r.tlicr our standard
Wack opaque pnUerii, or
f^on-brcnUble Tr.111.spj,.
fin, ** deilred, tithtr in
plain or engraved fiuiih
a�� preierred.
Ton may IrMlitipin ��� *Mk
irym timiof ln41tunpra��l<d
I ���btlt.r ,rt ���:. ��������� ,������ ���,���.,:
eii'�� ti��r tii,11 TiMia ti,im .,m,.L
",rm lu   .,,, _|���, ���w,   ,, |K|
��� Kin   .J    Ml  ,'vl.iiy   |���  ,,.,,   ,���.
��� I*it rpt.iin lt ��������! .. W|M ���
>��u II.It (or II.
Cr.on 1
       nrrli��
Pnftilnr  Km  (
���������i.H   ������!., ],-ni( 1
nt fmiii 11 aim !
��������    Ink     ter,..!
���i'*f*t triumph, _
tntttnl   ib   any   1 <�����m - ���,
(rt ot   ||i -��� ,   1 ,  luar, feiltr .
��n. !���  ftt first l^iirh.     . N-    .
1   (��prir. >   t**i,   Mdlnm I
it, pufishfrl �� ulpunlf"] tnbht*
cat��, firs r ti*.  finish.    ��(<���'�����
iVKrvwIifrn f n r (; .',o. Ar'��*
wariu-. Writ* for U'ffll, Wrill
DOW "Jilt you forget."    Addrw
h Laughlin Mfg. Co>:
Detroit
Maiestlo Bldg.,
Vlrk
A.U.,
Baanioh
Second   Circuit.
Sept. 21
Sept. 27 to Oct. l
 Oct. 7 and 8
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date of first publication the 27th day
of June, 1010.
dee.
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Pt' s'.rong
"V",i    -.,r,
Kamloops
Fe' 1 ''na
Fn'Ton  Arm
Boawnorland
Third
��� ��� . .Sept.
��� Sept.
.Sept, 21),
Circuit.
 Kept
 Sept. :
 Sept.
���pt.
��� Sept.
1 and
.Sept.
7 and
I and
1.1
and
and
5 to
28 to HO
S'lr-nv
!Lang]< v
>���:. ������ ������,.
Ladner
Nelson
'������������   >..���
Kaslo
 Sept.
 Sept.
 Oct.
'Fourth Circuit.
Fifth
 Sept
 Sept.
Circuit.
 SeDl
2n and
23 and
17 and
. -Sept.
.   Silt
20 an 1
23 and
21
18
*r ���  t      �� 1    ,,���.!
Oct. 20 and
21
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
of Ahhotsford, B.C., minor, Intend to
upply tn the Chief Commissioner of
I.amis at Victoria, B.O., for a license
'o prospect for coal and petroleum
on nnd in the following described
lands:
Commencing nt a post (narked N. C,
\. Vl. corner, planted at the N, R.
Icorner of Section 1!��, in Townshln 10,
V'inlclpallt.v of Sumas, N'ew Westminster District! thence south 80
chains: thence west RO chains: thence
north RO chains; tlience east 80 chains
��� to point of commencement and con-
j ta|r,lnir 040 acrps.
n.'itoi nt  Abbotsford, B.C.. this Otb
���ay of June,   \ T).. 1910. |
NORMAN CASWELL,
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
THIS IS IT!
The  soap   that saves
you  work, and saves
you money without Injury
to hands  or
article. npai
Sunllj. t   Soap ^f
���^uii.1^,1.        OUHJI PI ma   j
turns  wash- Wri/~A
tub    drudgery VAM^U
into   pleasure. ^*m_7*>__
i
(Jet a bar of Sunlight
to-day and try.
Follow
Directions.
faMsX
h
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m
SYNOPSIS    OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
In the railway bait iu Hritish Columbia, may he homesteaded fy any person wno Is th^ sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, 10
the extent of one-quarter section' of
1160 acres, more or less.
Entry muBt he made personally at
\llii local land ofllcn for the district
lln which the land is situaie. lintry
j hy pioxy may, however, be made ��n
J certain conditions by tho father,
imother, son. daughter, brother or sis-
���ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to per
form  the condition?  connected  there-
I with   under   one   or    the    following
plans:
(1) At least six months' resilience
upon  and  cultivation  of  the  land on
; ach year for three years.
f2) If the father < or mother. If tne
father Is decased), of tho homesteader
resides ujion a farm ln the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
Ibr   to   residence  may   he   satisfied   hy
j sttch person  residing with  the father
J or mother.
(3) If the settler has hts permanent
(residence upon farming land owned
[by him ln the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements Bs to resldene.
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notlep In writing should
be plven to the commissioner or Dominion lands nt Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at nn annual r*ntal of $1 per
sere. Not more than 2600 ncret"
shall he leased to one Individual or
rompnnv. A royalty nt tho rate of
five cents per ton shall he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
S.S.
diy;
9f25
Sund. y;
��� at ��i :26.
Sundiy;
0. !
Sunday;
: 00.    J
Sundiy;
:00.   '���
& V. "States" dally except  Sunday
Leave. 23:00;  Arrive at  21:no.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave. 8:00, 11:00, Hi: no, 211:00; Arrive at 8:.'10, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except  Sunday,  Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:08
11.   &   V.  "States,"  dally  except   Shn-
day; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at B:l6i
C.   &   V.   Bast,   daily;    Leave,   8:180,
16:45;   Arrive at 9:26,  22:30,    1
Sapperton,     dally     except     Sund
Leave. 8:30,  16:46;   Arrive at  !>
and 21:00,
Kraser   Mills,   dally   except
Leave 8:i[io; 15:45; Arrive
Coquitlam,     daily     except
Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00. j  A
Central   Park,  daily   except   Sunday
Leave,   11 ;00|   Arrive at   18:00.
Edmonds,     dally     except     S
Leave,   11 :00;   Arrive   at   M
K; 1st   Burnaby, daily except  gundy;
Leave,   1 1:00;   Arrive  at   14:00,
Burquitlam,    dally    except     Sunday;
Leave,   11:01):   Arrive at   10:00,     |
Tlmberland,    Tuesday   and    Friday,
Leave. 14:00;  Arrive at  10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tues.lay and Friday;
Leave,   14:00;   Arrive at   10:00.
Smith   Westminster, Tuesday and  Friday;   Leave. 14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner,  dally except  Sunday;   Leave,
14:20:  Arrive at  10:00.
Port   Oulchon,   dally   except.   Sunday;
Leave,   14:20;   Arrive  at   10:00.
West ha iu    Island,   daily   except    Sunday; Leave, 11:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, dally except Sunday;  Leave,
14:20;   Arrive al   10:00. |
Annacis   Island,   .Monday,   Wednesday,1 .   ,-.-
Leave,   11:20;   Arrive I garbage  or
White Star--Dominioi|
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 tom.
S.S.  MEGANTIC���
Twin icrew, 14,900 torn. TN
largest and most modern. *>
commodation equal to any cro��
lng the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKINC.
Furniture Made to Any Deslpti'
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds,
39 Alexander St.
SANITARY   NOTICE.
and
garbage must *
of   Sixi^
It rf'
,.-������"���������*
I    N.TI.���TTnauthnrlzed    ptihiiratlon   or
this advertisement will    not be pain
nnd   Friday;
m__m_______W_
Annlevllle,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20,   Arrive at
8:30 and 10:30.
II.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   dally   except
Sunday;   Leave,   14(20!    Arrive   at 1
11:00, I
Cloverdale,    dally    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port    Kells,    dally    except.     Sunday;
Leave,  1 1:50;  Arrive at   11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;    Leave,   14:50;    Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead,     TueSdaiV     and      Friday;
Leave, 11:50;  Arrive at  11:00.
II, & 8. "States," dally except Sunday;
Arrive 111 16:15.
daiiv excenf Sunday;
Arrive at 15:15.
All rubbish
removed   to   the   foot
street and JVlfth avenue, where
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or  persons who o"���
^^       rubbish   of any  M']i
any other street or avenue or on
lane,   vacant   Ipt   or   public  l��'��l|Pr'
WHI   be   prosecuted   under   tl'��
visions of the Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order, S. ,1. PEARC"'
Sanitary IMP1
City Hall, June 13, 1010.
1 nr
peril
pro
,.JBt
nectof'
Leave, 15:45;
Burnaby Lake,
Leave, 18:00;
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders nt
The   Arrow  Pres*
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
near The Daily News Co., 009 VIcW* I
Street.
11 fi
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Mi ilONDAV. JULY 25, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE TII HER.
if., * -at _2J
Mm
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
, rK 6, 1 and 8, Block 3 of part
south-east quarter of Section 7.
flp s .Map 628, In the District
, Westminster, Cloverdale.
,., ,s prool' of the loss of Certlfl-
f Title Number 12454 F, issued
,,,,���. of ft. T. Wilson Herald
n tiled in this ollice.
i is hereby given that I shall.
xplration of one montli from
0f the lirst publication here-
,i.,jiv newspaper published in
,,:' New Westminster, issue a
of the said Certificate, unless
Meantime valid objection be
me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Registry  Ollice,
Wi Btminster, B. C, duly 6, DUO.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Lnnd District.
Take notice thai I. Gporge Beckt tt,
of Abbotsford, B.C., teamster, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, B. ('.. for a license to prospect for coal and petroleum on and in the following described lands:
Commencing al a post marked G B.
N.  w.  coiner, planted al   the  N. \V.
corner of Section 28   In Township 19. |
Municipality of Sumas, Xew Westmiu-'
ster  District;   thence easl   80 cl ������'������.
thence south 80 chains:  thence west
XO chains:   t hi nee north  Su chains  to
point of cojnmencement and containing C 10 ai i ���
Dated al   Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
dav  of  .lune,  A.D.,  1910.
GEORGE  BECKETT.
IVE MILLIONS FOR
LAOORtRS' COTIAGES
Fill MIXERS Tl) QUIT      j
LIFE-SAVING BUSINESS
District  of  New  Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
mLW$^til_i__
���  T-  W-ltcr.   of | 6^^m^M&^'
rineer, intend  toi -s25>jiu�����m~*^-m��._tJ*-a_Z_H'E_m*
No
Needs of Irish Agricultural
Laborers Met by British
Government.
Hutry   Call   for   Whisky   Will
Hcnored   Hereafter by Drug
Stores   of   State.
Be
i   coma, July  24.���The man in the
habit   ic  tic��� etl ing to take borne his
? Sundaj   I ctle, v. ho waki s up v. ith a
In Lie course oi   ,.,, a  ,   ., h ,,;la,.h,. .,.,,, rung t0 tbe
in
KLISH WATCHMAKER
d Watc'aea for Ladi.-s from .12./5
Watches,    gents'    open face
Watches,  gents'  open    case,
Wai tha m   and     Klgin
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone   681
for
up.
int    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
���ks.
Itch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
i Poors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
A. CMV1PBELL  HOPE
Architect and  Engineer.
HOPE   &   BARKER,   Architects.
New  Westminster - Trapp   Block
I'hone  655.
PALMER
jASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
.estminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
fenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLHH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone 388
L'llichill.   Jul;.    ���   	
e on the Irish Estimates m j corner drug store to tell the pillmix
the House of Commons, attention was | ers llis mothei-in-law is dying and
drawn bj the Nationalist members to must bave a (1,iMl: o�� whisky to hurry
the need of further cottages for agrl- the |0b alongi v.j<| |���. forcea to do
��� tural laborers, and Mr. Birrell nn- without the coveted bottle lf the plan
! uounced in reply thai the government agreeJ ,���,������ by dru ,. lsts o�� the si ite
bad determined to provide   ��1,000,000 (S carried out."
|for the purpose. j    A,   Ul,, alln'ua]  meeting  in  Tacoma
in 1906 Mr. Bryce, who was then la;, alsh- the state druggists decided
UiKI Secretary for Ireland, carried thai thev would no longer stand for
through Parliament a bill authorizing wha, they termed the state and gov-
the grant oi tour and a quarter mil- ernment graft. They will not pay .25
lions for laborers' cottages on what. ucenBe ,��� rncle Sain, and thev won't
were called land purchases terms���at sweu the coff is of the great common-
three and one-half per cent interest weaith of Washington to the same Phone 661
and annuity���and since then 23,000
cottages  have  heen  erected
tour and a quarter millions, Mr. Bir-1 tired of playing the criminal role for D _
tell stated yesterday, are now nearly the man who tor. ets, a.id tnat's why K u
exhausted, and when they reached the  they quit.
end of it there would he still forty-two|    During'the discussion  the pill dis-
pensers voiced their sentiments forcibly. "The safest thing to do is to
throw the cussed stuff out altogether
and save that .50 fee," said Piesident
W. M, Beach of the association.
"There is no use taking chances with
] the   government   to   accommodate   a
Take  notice  that   I
Abbotsford, B.C., engineer, m
apply to the Chief  Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked T. VV.,
S. W. corner, planted at the S. VV.
corner of Section 32, In Townsliip 19
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80
chains; thence easl 80 chains; I hence
south 80 chains: thence west SO
chairs to point of commencement and,,.,,    ,, ^^^_
containing 640  acres. \��*���* !i"'m (,t u"
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this Oth '       '
day of .lune,  A.D.,  1910.
T.   WALTERS.
NOTICE    TO    CONTRACTORS.
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed   to
the   undei signed,  and   marked  on  the
envelope "lender for Piping System,"
Tender for Water System," and  "ien-
; der    for    Pipe   Tunnels   and   Wiring
jDucts," as the case may he,  will be
i reci ived at the otlice of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental  Itail-
i way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
26th day of July,
water and  oil  pip-
wealth   of   Washington
tune.   It doesn't pay; they cau't make
These ilIlv money out ol it.    Besides, they're
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Uooln  '!.  Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence   Phone  133
Box 395
Phone 730
rural districts with schemes affecting 3,582 cottages. Alter considering
the question, the government had decided to provide another million on
the same terms, to enable further
schemes of the kind to he carried out.
Legislation   would   he   necessary   fori
All
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
To
Colonial   Block
'this purpose, and he hoped the meas-! fe
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_   ..vv  persons who  want us
i ure would he regarded as non-contro-1 criminals   of   ourselves   by
versial.    A   number   of   the   existing j tile
"mudheaps"   were   unfit    for    human
habitation, and he hoped to Insert in
liis   bill   clauses   making   obligatory
their actual demolition, and securing
that the additional  million of money
to   make
__^^^^___      granting
m   special   favors.    If   we   do  not
have a license at all, it is easier to
explain to them that we can not furnish them with liquor."
"it   is  not   worth   while   to   handle
liquor   in    any    form,"    said    another
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and  Automobile   Painter.
should only be spent in the erection   member   of   the   convention.     "There
of cottages for
laborers.
J.     Redmond
generous spirit
genuine   agricultural
acknowledged     the
in   which    the    Chief
Lettering  and   Top   Repairing.
1014   Sixth   Avenue.
is not a drug store in tlie state which I
can make a cent by selling liquor in j
conformity to law. The law says it |
can only be sold on a physician's pre-!
IONDAY
lULY 25
MONDAY
JULY 25
HARRY  TIDY,  Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
ie Claman Players in the Funniest of
all Farce Comedies
Secretary had  met the wants of Ire-  Bcriptlon and this prescription can not
land.    Although,   in   his  opinion,  the
grant of the additional million  would
not settle the problem, it would go a
very great distance in that direction.
MANIA    FOR     SHORT    CUTS.
One    of
ths    Evils    of    the
Day  Is Hurry.
u
ARE YOU CRAZY
Tom, Dick and Harry,
or  The Three Twins
��
o
ne
Continuous Laugh from Start To Finish
BAND AND ORCHESTRA
ilcli for Concert at Noon, also Evening at 7.30
Prices, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
tats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, 737 Columbia Street
**************************
be refilled At that rate there would
be little or no liquor sold by drug-
gisfs lor a beverage.'' |
The association, after much discussion of the problem, decided to take
hold of the matter and have all druggists agree not to handle liquor sa\e
when mixed with other ingredients for
Present  medicinal use.    This rule Is to apply
j to all sections, "wet" as well as "ary.'
U In the use of narcotics the same ac-
London, duly 24.���The Archbishop tion was taken. The druggists em-
of Canterbury, perachlng today In i phatically decried tlie use of all forms
Lambeth church, said that, though the ��� of injurious preparations. According
world was better today than it once ! to a detailed statistical statement, the
was. the present-day faults were I use of narcotics is gradually lessen-
great.    Impatience   and   hurry   were lng throughout the country.
what   he  saw   as   the  important   ones j	
and he thought people suffered from
them every day in every department
of life. People were striving, he cou-
tinued, for what, In common talk, weie
called short cuts towards solutions
they wanted to reach, These problems, too, were being faced in a spirit
which was surely a new spirit and al
dangerous one; a spirit of hot Impatience. It was wholesome to be wholly
Intolerant of wrong, he contended,!
but intolerence or impatience of
wrong would not usually solve the
great perplexities by itself. Patience
ha.l the foremost place in a sustained;
effort to men ' I he present wrongs, but
today's temptation was toward speed
rather than thoroughness.
COAL
New
S Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
GRAIN
CROPS   DECIDE
FINANCIAL   SITUATION
LUCRETIA   KEEPS   HER
LAUGHABLE   HUSBAND
Pittsburg, July 24.��� "I forbid yoo
give Sanford Tennant any divorce. He
Is  mv  laughable husband.
(Signed)    LUCKETIA TENNANT."
The  above   missive   addressed   to
"The Clerk of the Candy Court." found
N'ew York, July 24.���Reiterating his
declaration that he would never again
re-enter the speculative arena and declaring that in his oi iuion the crux of
the financial situation lay with the
grain crops, particularly corn. James
A. Patten, the erstwhile "Cotton
King," sailed today for Europe on
tlie steamer Kroonland. He was accompanied by liis partner, William H.
Bartlett. of Chicago, and William I.
Clough, of Boston.
"It seems tlie crux of the financial
situation this fall," said Mr. Patten,
"depends on good crops. The oat
crop is short, wheat is short and hay
Is short. Now if corn fails, the country might have a period of dull times.
A great deal depends on the drought.
The entire corn belt has had a serious
deficiency of moisture since .March."
An   Extraordinary  Fatality.
New York. July 24.���A sheet of wln-
Westminster
Transfer Co,
bifflce 'Phone lib.      Bam 'Pbon* 1.
Columbia  Streat.
Bafgage   delivered    promptly    to
any part of th* ctt.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
111  Air,  steam,
lng  system;       B
(2) Yard   water   system:
(3) Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection with tli ��� Transcontinental Railway shops east ol"
Winnipeg.
Plans and specifications may bo
seen i.i the ofiice of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Ontario, anil in the ollice
of Mr, S. li. Poulln, District Engineer,
St.  Boniface,  .Manitoba.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied
by the Commissioners, which may be
had on application to the Chief Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer at St. Boniface, Manitoba.
Each tender must he signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered Hank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
cent (lu p. c.) of the amount, of the
tender.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall .within ten days after tlie
signing 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 Commissioners, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
sucli refusal or failure, and ali contract rights acquired by tbe acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be
deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to its terms.
The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
whose   tenders   are   rejected   will   be
returned   within   ten   days   after   the
1 signing of the contract.
I    The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
Bv order,
P.  B.  RYAN.
Secretary   to   the   Commissioners   of
the Transcontinental  Railway.
Dated at Ottawa. 30th June, 1910.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, J. F. Boyd, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman. Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C., for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and In the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J.
F. B., S. W. corner, planted at the
S. W. corner of Section 24. in Township 16, Municipality of Sumas, New
STORE, BANK FITTINf^
AND   OFFICE TH I^ViJ
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAIL
INGS-ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOD-
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
Its  way to W.  H. Coleman, clerk of      iNew Fortt'J,"�� �����-�� ����������� ���� ������- ������e ���-.  ���--���,   - -
the county court yesterday. , dow glass, accidentally knocked from Westminster District; thence north 80
nnv.., ai ��� ���������,j. ���_,,.'��, ooorfiiort   its frame while being washed, sailed chains; tlience east 80 chains; thence
obliquely through the air and slanted south   80  chains      "      '    ��"
The divorce records wore searched ."���"��""'  ......^ ���....���    ... _   "",,., ., <,,.
mt   there was  no   evidence   of   anv  obliquely through the air and slanted   south   80  chains;     thence    west    80
Sanford  usainst the neck of Miss Lena Phil- chains to point of commencement and
lips, who was walking on the street I containing 640 acres,
below.    She fell  to the ground with-1    Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
libels   having  been   filed   by
Tennant.    Lucretla's fears apparently
were groundless.
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
I
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���
���
:
:
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*
WOMEN   OF   NEW   YORK
VICTIMS   OF   CIGARETTES
out  an  outcry,  dead,  almost   decapl-  day of June. A.D., 1910.
tated. J   F
BOYD.
***************a*aa********'
a ,*****************""���
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe partnership heretofore existing between
Ihe undersigned, carrying on business
" iu inters at Vancouver and New
Iveal minster,  B. C, under lhe name
ft' Jackson & Morrison, was on the
��nrth day of October, 11)09, dissolved
���r mutual consent.
FREDERICK JACKSON.
WM. O. MORRISON.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK |
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel Pipe,
'''antlers will he received by the
pinderslgned up to r�� p. m. of August
1910, for tho supply of 1,000 feet
��� LMuch diameter and 1.200 feet of
Jrlni'h diameter lapwelded steel
P'W and for 111-Inch diameter flcxlblo
Joints,
Specifications   and   full   particulars
pan be obtained from the Cltv Engi-
~ ' ''   W. B. Blackman. City Hall,
i ne lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Wi A. DUNCAN. CRT Clerk.
WJF  Hall,  New  Westmlnater. July
IS10.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passviigeis and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. tn.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. in.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New Westminster.
New York, July 24.���Miss Lucy
Page Gaston, founder of the Antl-
clgarette League of Chicago, who ls
In New York completing her plans for
the incorporation of the Anti-cigarette
League of America, announced that
she ras an abundance of pix>of that
the hnhlt of smoking cigarettes Is
widespread among women in this
city.
To prevent the growth of the habit
among women the league ls sending
out literature to pupils In colleges and
finishing schools with a view of obtaining pledges for the scholars to refrain from smoking ln any form.
W. RICH
Teaming and Expressing.
DEALER IN
WOOD
73f FOURTH  ST.
TWO   HUNDRED   MEN
JUST   ESCAPE   DEATH
Terro Haute, Ind., July 24.���A secondary .haft, called a manway, saved
the lives of many of the two hundred
men that were at work In the Hocking
Coal mine, near Fearmersburg, when
the top machinery burned late yesterday. Flaming embers fell Into the
workings of the main shaft and the
workings soon wero filled with smoke.
Sixteen mules are believed to have
suffocated. When the fire started at
the head of the main shaft, the tele-1
ldione system was used to order the '
miners to hurry out hy the manway.
As the men emerged tbey were met
by an anxious throng of their women
folks. The last to come out said the
smoke had pressed them hard.
PHONE  B527
To Attend Coronation.
Svdney. N. S. W��� July 24.���Eighty
cadets will participate ln tho coronation next year, and if the federal government will not grant a subsidy of
��4 500 for the purpose, the money
will be privately subscribed.
HERE IS THE
Reason Why
^JVe Can Give Such Low Prices  On
FURNITURE
We are out of the High Rental district.    We have no
idle hands to support.    We all work.
See -where tne saving   comes   in the
lower tne expenses, tne lower the
price of Furniture
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioner wlll nst be pal 1 for it.
District of New Westminster.
New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, John Beckett, of
Abbotsford, B.C., lumberman, intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands at Victoria, B.C.. for a license
to prospect for coal and petroleum on
and in the following described lands:
Commencing at a post marked J. B.,
S. E. corner, planted at the S. B. corner of Section 31, in Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, New Westminster District; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains; thence south
80 chains; tbence east 80 chains tt>
point of commencement and containing 640 acres.
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9U��
day of June, A.D.. 1910.
JOHN  BRCKETT.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the North East quarter of Section 5, Township 19, in the District of
New Westminster.
Whereas proof of tbe loss of Cer-
tlflcue of Title Number 5059F, issued
In tlie name of Allan A. Curtla, haa.
been  filed  In  this ollice.
Notice is hereby given tbat I shall,
at the expiration of one month from.
the date of the first publication hereof,
in a dally newspaper published In the-
City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of tbe said Certificate, in-
less In the meantime valid objection!
he made to me In writing.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminister, B. C, July 8, 1910.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhanger*
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
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THE DAILY NEWS.
The Daily News
Published by Tbe Dally .News Publish-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
t. A.  Paige Managing  Director
ONE WEEK MORE
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MONDAY, JULY 25, 1910.
SEEING   THE    COUNTRY.
It is most pleasing to see tbe heads
of tlie government of this great dominion taking pains to make themselves personally cognizant of the
physical character of tbe country, of
the commercial and industrial circumstances which prevail, and tbe
needs of tbe people. Sir Wilfrid Laurier is at present engaged in making
his progress westward, stopping off at
the flourishing centers on the way,
and addressing encouraging words to
the people. Everywhere he has been
received with that warmth and enthusiasm which is due to tbe first citizen of tlie stale and the leader of a
great party.
As everyone   knows, however,   the
Premier  is  not  making   tbe  tour  for
any  party  purposes,    but   to   inform'
himself of the circumstances and con- (
dltions which bave arisen in tbe farj
western  parts of the Dominion since
liis   visit    of   thirteen    years    since.
Things   were   very  different   then,   as
lie  told   the  vast  Winnipeg audience
the other day. At that time the gloom
df  anxiety  and   trial   hung  over  the
prairie city, but today it basks in the
sunshine  of  joyfulness   incidental   to
the solid  success of the present and
the brilliant  prospect   for the future.
Sir Wilfrid  will find the contrast in
conditions no less noticeable when he
sets   foot   in   Hritish   Columbia,   and
what be sees will no doubt Induce the
outpouring of that   cheery   optimism
which has been so marked a characteristic   of   his   speeches   along   the
course of bis western journey.      We
are  certain   the  Premier  will  receive
from  t';e   reople  of  this  province   a
welcome no less hearty than has been
accorded  him in the middle west.
Karl Grey, who has Just returned to
Ottawa to resume duty as Governor-
General for another year, will shortly
undertake a journey of exploration by
trail and canoe to Die gieat lone land.
lying about the shores of Hudson Bay.
The informative value of such an expedition to tbe vice-regal office will
be considerable, whilst the influence
of tbe monarch's representative in
tbis sparsely populated region cannot but be highly advantageous.
Without wishing to in any way dep-
recia'e tbe value of Karl Grey's expedition, we may, however, say that
more practical good will probably result from tbe plucky undertaking
which the Hon. Frank Oliver has just
accomplished. Tbe .Minister of the
Interior, determined to know by personal observation and experience what
the northern part of the great land,
Of which ho is the active administrator, is made of, what are the conditions and circumstances of the people who inhabit it. and whal are its
prospects for the future, has spent an
adventurous pei bid of three months In
���crossing through the vast stretch of
territory lying between the city of Edmonton, ihe Mackenzie river, and the
pity of Dawson. Mr. Oliver followed
the course of the Mackenzie to the
Arctic circle, tramped ninly-four
miles to the Porcupine river, then
traversed this stream by canoe Into
the Yukon country, a distance of several miles.
A minister who will lake such pains
and experience such hardships and
trials as have been the lot of Ml
Oliver, for so excellent a purpose.
surely deserves well of the people of
fan da. Jf every responsible olllcial
ivo;;J 1 emulate tie admirable example
set by (he Minister of the Interior,and
educate himself J.n tbe affairs with the
direction of which be is charged, the
nd vantage lo the country would be of
tbe greatest.
OF  QUR_GREAT  JULY
Room-Making Sale
The addition of the Pearson Klectric Business to ours this week
has created a positive demand for Moro Room at Once.
EVERY  ODD  PIECE   MUST GO
The last week will be the best week for bargains in Odd Beds.
Odd Dressers, Odd Stands, Odd Buffets, Odd Chairs, Bugs, Curtains
and Sundries.
EVERY ARTICLE MARKED  IN  PLAIN  FIGURES
Walk through this big store at your leisure and note the splendi 1
values offered.
We are ready to fill al! orders for Klectric Fixtures and Supplies.
Mr. Frank Pearson is in charge of this department and is ready to
give  prompt   attention   to  till   orders.
We Furnish Your Home Complete
LEES LIMITED
Successors to    Lee's Furniture Emporium
Phone 73 716 718   Columbia   St.,   New   Westminster.
If you want something*] Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Drastic  Reductions
... ON ALL - - -
WASH GOODS
We  are  rapidly approaching tho climax  to our Great   Expansion   Salt;.     Make   tbe   moi
extra  special  offers.     Here  are values tha: cannot fail  to Interest  careful   buyers
A big special clearance of Wash Goods, including Reppe, Linen. Cotton  Panama, Pastlln, C (I
gee,   and   other   Wash   Suitings that have met with great favor tills   season.     Tb
f these
' ���  P ���
he   range
but among the lot will be found almost  every shade  likely  to  be required.    They tnea
to 31 Inches wide, and the majority are regular 26c qualities,    On Sale all this week, at pi    .;   -.'..,
Get  a New Waist   For
the Picnic
Something nice, smart an J
cool, and at a saving reduction,
too. We have two extra Bpeclal
values in Lawn and Percale
Waists suitahle for present
wear that will just meet your
requirements.
Reg. Values to $2.25 for  ...$1
Keg. Values to $2.60 for...$1.25
Snaps  in   Ladies'   Wash
Suits, Etc.
Not many left of our extensive stock of Wash Suits, Skirls,
Coats, etc. These we are making   a   special   effort   to   clear.
Whites, Stripes, and Plain Colors. Good range of sizes, at
one-third to one-half off regular.
Supply   the     Children's
Wants at This Sale
Dresses galore In Print, Percale,   Muslin.   Char braj   eti
all   lowly   priced,   wi    Intend to
clear   out    our    large    stock  Of
Children's Ready-to-Wear, nnd
this timely offer will appe to
many careful mothers See our
window. Regular values to
$3.75.    Clearing at     $1.50
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise ra a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro- \
portions to cleanse \^
easily, vigorously, __^
an d without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
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Perhaps You'll Need a Coat
For  Wednesday's recursion.  It will be cool on the Gulf, especially on tbe return trip.   Special Inducements among the Children's Coats In Linen. Serge and Cloth.    Natty   little   styles   ln   an   exc
wide range of colorings.    At a  saving  of one-third to  one half off   regular   price.
Prints at 12 l-2c
English Prints. Ginghams,
etc., all in good washing qualities: Stiipes, Checks. Spots, and
Plain Colors. All our regular
15c lines.   Xow, per yd..,. 12| 2c
White Bedspreads $1.15
Grecian Spreads in a lame.
double-bed size. Ti'vim. Pretty
design. White only. Really extra   goo.l   value   al   $1.50.     Now
for      $1.15
Towels 25c per pair
25   dozen   Linen   Hui
and    Diaper    Towels,    hen
and     fringed:     splendi I    large
slzo.    Extra special value   Sale
Price,   per   pair 25c
Store   Will    Not   Remain   Open   Tuesday Evening.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���Witli Xo. li going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz., Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points. Sumas and St.. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. nfi Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Van
couver.
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20, 6:50,
6:60,
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second time in succession is alike an
honor to the city, a tribute to tho
splendid accomplishments of Miss
Laura Lavery, the winner of the gold
modal of the Royal Academy of Music,
and testimony to the high oiialiflca-
tions of ber tutor, Mrs. H. Dodd, of
this citv.
PAYMENT
OF      ANNUAL
TAXES.
CITY
30VEr:NMENT  PUTS  BAN
ON   PROCESSED   MEATS
Thai t^.o premier honors i:i piano-
for', i Invina In f'annrh s''o il I h ��� <���
fallen   to  New   Westminster   Ior  tbe
Pittsburg, July 24.���Notice has been
:'hen to transportation companies by
. E. Totten, the government agent
for meat inspection here, that they
"hall not ship out of tbe state meats
ro.ii thirteen branch establishments
In  this district of well  known  paek-
Qg  concerns.    It ls alleged that the
lackers have been doing1 a "process-
'ng business' and not submitting their
meats to proper federal inspection.
The companies named as alleged of-
o'idei'8 Include Armour & Co., Swift
( o.. Cu 'ahy Packing company, Nel-
-!on,  Morris  $.-.  Co. and  others.    The
>oV*<nahles claim that, they have not
beon sending men outside this state
and 'hat within Its borders inspection
i not wjuiicd by law.
Notice   to   Taxpayers:
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
to obtain the advantage of the full rebate allowable, all CITY TAXES and
SEWER RATES MUST be paid on or
before the 1st. DAY of AUGUST.
For the convenience of day-workers,
the Collector's Ofllce hours will be extended to recive Taxes between 7:00
and 0 p. ni., on Saturday, July 30th.,
and on Monday, August 1st.
All persons are earnestly desired
to pay their taxes before those days,
in order to avoid undue pressure of
work upon the clerks whose duties are
Increasing.
TO SAVE TIME WHILST PAYING
TAXES. PLEASE BRING OR SUM)
TIIE TAX DEMAND���TAXPAYERS
WHO FAIL TO BRING THEIR DE-
MAND NOTICES WILL BE SEPARATELY DEALT WITH AND NOT
ALLOWED TO DELAY PERSONS
WHO COMPLY WITH THIS REQUEST.
Only the 10 per cent rebate will be
allowed from August 2nd., to September 1st., inclusive.
After September 1st., rebates for
this year cannot be allowed.
J. A. RENNIE,
Collector.
City Hall, July 20th., 1010.
���HAMAD IAN
IFIC
I CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS, Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a. m    Dally
1:00 p.m   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Dally
11:00 p.m   Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p.m   Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p. m    Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves Now Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    leaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays.
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
Trv  a  "WANT"  ad
It will bring results.
In  Tlie  News.
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ni.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  6:50
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60C1   children   under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for   Vancouver
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until  11  p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster nt 8 a m . 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  ni.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare, 50c;  ehlHren, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leuve Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. ui. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 11:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20 minute service from 0:15 a  m. to 11 p. m.
Sunday   Service���Half   hourly between S a. m. and 11  p. m.
Sapperton Lln�����20 minute service, from 6:25 a. m. to 11:10 P- ">���
Sunday  Service���Half  hourly between 8:30 u. m. and 11 p. i��-
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Prices  in Rings $40 to $400. ���
These goods are the  BEST procurable in Canada, and Is a plea* !
j    ure to show same. J
HOWARD AND LONGINE   WATCHES.
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JL.-v LdAY, JULY 25, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
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r^JKlU^Kj INCWO   I: SNAPS in- H
Camp Sites
ION JUVENILIS
li,;,!! BURDE WATCHES
jrn Old Town Defeats Green-
jnd Speaker Eberts Hands
\tiem   All   Timepieces.
siting the Greenhorns by  a
10-0  on   Saturday,  the  Sap-
veniles are declared winners
.1.   Burde   watches.    Imme-
iltir   tho   game   was   called
Eberts,   of   the   Provincial
ccompunied   by   some  of   the
it   lacrosse   men   of   the   city,
t��iii  on Die Held and the pre-
uere  made to the winners
I here.     Before   making   the
mis   Hon.   Mr.   Eberts   gave
l shorl address.
Dpllmented tho youngsters on
���anl   game   tbey   had   played
,,| to see tbem some day  up-
flioiiors of the senior team of
fetralnster on tbe same field.
|t!,. in that if they lived prop-
Ik   good   care   of   themselves,
,n  practicing, there was no
lliat     some   of  them   al.   least
day figure on a team which
I ihe championship of the
Canada's national  gam*���ia-
concluslon of the speech the
was   loudly   cheered   by   tin;
lpperton   boys  certainly   de-
pal  credit  for the way  they
{quitted    themselves    in    the
played.     They   have   played
Di.s   and   in   every   one   they
dial   tbey   were  far  superior
opponents.    Credit is also due
In oil, wbo acted as manager
lam and took charge <of their
nines  of   tbe   winners  of   the
arc:  W. Chambers, A. Brown,
A   Garrett, H. Johnson.  A.
Johnson,  J.   Chambers,   T.
A.   Ifti Kenzie,   W.   Mitchell
ii. .
fatches are  first  class silver
Pits and  were given for com-
among   teams   composed   of
Irteen years of age and under
Burde, who a few years ago
8 editor of The Dally  News,
In-sent is editor and proprietor
Alberni   Pioneer-News.     Tho
were given   with  the object
(lunging   lacrosse   among    tbe
sew Westminster and the gift
accomplished Its purpose, if
est taken In the game Is any
PRESIDENT Film IS
PLEASED WITH HEFEHEES
Montreal   Man   Declares   He   Has   No
Kick  Against Officials  When Asked
Direct  Question   by  The   News.
"Are you Batisfled wilh the work
of the referees, Mr. Findlay?"
This direct question was put by The
News to ibe presldenl of the Montreal
Lacrosse club on Saturday afternoon,
shortly before the finish of the second
game of the series for tbe possession
of  lhe   Minto  c ip.
Eastern ] ipers will greatly oblige
by giving wide publicity to Mr. Kind-
lay's reply.
"Ob, yes, yes. We aro quite satisfied. We have no kick al all against
tbe referees. I believe the Officials
have done all that could be expected
'if them and tbat we have been given
a square deal. A few rough plays
escaped their attention, of course, but
thai  happens in every game."
"Do you mean plays thai would
not be permitted in the east, or rough
checking that they did not see?" questioned The News.
"Well, some plays were pulled off
here that we would nut stand for in
the east. For instance, your home
plays right in on the crease. We do
nol  permit that."
"I noticed Hogan hugging the net
closely and  "
Mr. Findlay interrupted the reporter. "Sure, the boys did the same thing
as llie Westminsters. We have no
kick on ihat account. The only thing
is that, our home is not used to that
style of play. I was only commenting
on the different style of attack; I
wasn't complaining. Ob. we're quite
satisfied with the treatment we've received."
Last week  Mr. Findlay, In the bitterness    of    spirit     engendered    by
the defeat  of bis team, allowed himself to be quoted as being dissatisfied
I with the work of the referees, the in-
I ference   being   that   western   referees
would   always   favor   western   teams.
I Ills   statement  on   Saturday   tbat  he
! was quite satisfied  with the work of
I the officials was sought by The News
primarily for the benefit of easterners
��� who are only toc���anxlous to bel'eve
j anything   derogatory   uttered   against
western  men and methods.
What's the betting this story does
not see tbe light of print in the east?
SNAPS IN
Port Mann, Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Langley,
City Property and Houses and Lots. When we
say SNAPS we MEAN it.
$150,000 TO LOAN
Fire Insurance, Life Insurance, Accident Insurance,
Motor Boat Insurance, Automobile Insurance and
Employers' Liability.
S. FADER
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New  Westminster.
Minto Cup Is Saved From
Taking Long Journay East
(Continued from Page One.)
iiohs of Lacrosse Fans
On Championship Events
will be found a few opinions
osse matches for the pos-
lof the Minto cup.    As might
f '��� 'i-   there  is  a   unanimity
all  those  who   confided   tlieir
The News that the best team
len I Findlay. of the Montreals.
ling lor publication, said: "I
e oft my hat to the best la-
un in Canada." Findlay was
jl" bis expression; be knew be
Ild. for he had spent much
pd three weeks of his life in
prove it was not so.
think with Mr. Findlay that the games,
for their Importance, were remarkably free from roughness. We have had
our little differences, but tbat is ali
past now and we are glad the Mon'
tieal nun have come out."
F. .1. LYNCH.
"There was only one thing to it, and
tiiat was New Westminster. The
games were all right from that standpoint, and I am well satisfied."
REV. J. S. HENDERSON.
[not think tho games were as
the one the Tecuniseh  team
I        The play  was good only
Every  now  and  then  the
both teams seemed to think
ilike a rest and consequent-
anies from a spectator's stand-
pre nol as satisfactory as those
bear.    I  am  more  than  salls-
i  Uie  attendance.    1  thought
game would draw .about .ac
h did, but the attendance on
surpassed my expectations."
H. RYALL.
"It was a great game and 1 was glad
to have the privilege of starting it."
HON. D. M. EBERTS.
"What do I think? Well I'll tell
you what 1 think. I think we wore
beaten by a better team, and that is
no Josh. I mean lt. It's tbe best team
we ever plaved against."
JOHN DAVIDSON.
P well satisfied with.the result
lames and am pleased that the
was not as rough as had
pdicted. I think there can be
t>t now that New Westminster
best lacrosse team In the
���'"I if ihe eastern teams did
1 h il  before they  will have to
"I have nothing to say except that
we were beaten by a better team. I
have no excuses to make and am satisfied that the games were won on the
merits of the teams. No, 1 am not
coming out again myself. Three times
Is enough for me. The Nationals? 1
don't think so. They have not run up
against us yet, and I thiuk we have as
good a team as any of them."
CAPT.  RODDY  FINLAYSON.
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ti'ina
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MAS  CIFKOUD,  M.L..V.
ws certainly have a great
ere ls no doubt that you
ie than we expected. If
Is come out here in the
1 run them off the field
you (diasod us.'
CHAUCER ELLIOTT,
Montreal Lacropse Team.
"I think the New Westminster team
played better than it did last Saturday. The home worked better. The
game all around was considerably
cleaner, but the Montreal men never
had a chance."
W. E. DITCHBURN,
I Referee).
iresilll of the game makes me
'���il I have a pretty good team
P   *��� In Vancouver.    I am glad
cup stayod  on  the coast,
Jvea US a much better chance
I'big it.    The large score was
rise to me, but I thought  New
fister would win all right."
CON JONES.
fave run up against a wonder-
IP- I musl take off my hat to
I' acrosse team In Canada. 1
��� mat the way in which vou
jaien our team, which we still
F is the best in Eastern Can-
|ntllsputable evidence that vou
| ��est team playing lacrosse
1 "'��� the Importance of the
hink they were particularly
... ,     , ve no excuses to make.
[���Ill    M b>'   a   bPtff'r   ******   **"*>
yo there is to it."
W. E. FINDLAY.
lH'l'" s|,y on behalf of the New
lilom   lac,rnsse  team,  that   we
plemanly'lot of   players.     I
"The best team won. It was a
triumph of western vs. eastern tactics. That dodging game is spectacular here, but It is not a goal-getter. I
do not think the games were particularly rough for the importance attached to them."
LIONEL YORKE,
(Judge of Play).
"I am well satisfied with the result
of the games. 1 did not think we
would beat them so badly, but 1 am
pleased that we did. I think the referees wore very fair in their decisions.
Tbe thanks of the management are
due to the police, who kept the
grounds in remarkably good order and
nothing which would reflect on the
credit of the city wns allowed to happen. I am proud to be the manager
of the New Westminster lacrosse
team." C.  A.  WELSH,
Manager.
game  by  making good use of a  pass
from Jim Gifford.
New  Westminster.  13;   Montreal, a.
Summary.
Goals���First quarter, L. Turnbull
(W.), 50 seconds; Wintemute (VV.),
10 seconds; Wintemute (VV.), 2:21;
Hogan (M), 3:01; Feeney (W.), 14
seconds: Fred Scot I (M.), 5:34; Len
Turnbull   (W.i, 1:05.
Second quarter���Feeney (W.|, IS
seconds; Len Turnbull (W.), 5:23;
Len Turnbull (W.I. 2:03; Bill Turn-
bull (W.), 1:34; Wintemute, (VV.),
3:55;  Roberts   I.M.), 27 seconds.
Third quarter���Bill Turnbull (W.),
19:62.
Last quarter���Fred Scott (M.),
5:27; Layden (M.), 7:04; George
Rennie (W.), 4:49; L. Turnbull iW.>,
1:35.
Penalties���(All five minutes)���First
quarter, T. Rennie. Galbriath, Westminster; Roberts, F. Scott, Hamilton,
Montreal.
Second quarter���Tom Rennie, Westminster; Kenna, F. Scott, Kane, Montreal.
Third quarter���Tom Rennie. Westminster; It. Finlayson (twice), Montreal.
Last quarter���D. Spring, VV. Turn-
bull. Westminster.
Teams.
Montreal. Westminster,
Goal.
Tierney     Gray
Point.
G. Finlayson   Galbralth
Coverpolnt.
MeKerrow    T.  Gifford
First   Defence.
R. Finlayson  (capt.) J. Gifford
second  Defence,
Hamilton ,   ft   Rpnni<j
Third   Defence.
Kenna .,, ,  T. Rennie
Center,
Kane    C. Spring
Third   Home,
Dade     W. Turnbull
Second   Home.
Fred Scott      Wintemute
First   Home.
H. Scott    Feene\r
Outside   Home.
Roberts   L. Turnbull
Inside  Home.
Hogan    G. Spring
Judge of Play���L. E. Yorke, Vancouver.
Referee���VV. E. Ditchburn. Victoria.
Timekeepers���B.      F.      Armstrong,
Vancouver;   J. J.  Johnston,  Westminster,
Penalty Timekeepers���H. C. Major,
Westminster:  VV. Gow, Vancouver.
Goal Empires���Dave Smith, C.
Quigley, Vancouver.
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MINTOISMS.
"Sure, I'm Batisfled with the result
ol the game. I thought they would ho
heaten ahout as badly as they were.
We were never ln any danger and we
are not very much afraid to meet any
team playing lacrosse at the present
time." TOMMY GIFFORD.
Captaln-
Tlerney did not play so good a game
as he did tlie week previous.
The expenses of the Montreal men
will amount to $2,300 or more.
Grumpy   Spring   didn't  score  once. J
That's another record for the Kid.
Saturday's crowd heat out the expectations of all the officials of the
team.
Hogan is a hard worker. He keeps
after the hall until it Is passed every
time.
Did anyhody here say "Waterloo"?
Will the eastern teams let Montreal
"Come hack"?
There may have heen $10 bet on Ihe
game on Saturday, but no one has
heard of it yet.
The game was subjected to far fewer delays than the first one. Not a
man was seriously out,
Charity covereth a multitude of
sins, but the Montreal training towel
covereth a pint of���llinejuice.
The Montreals have a training
towel that stands up on the Held.
Chaucer Elliott has a patent on tlie
rag.
The executive Is receiving all kinds
of congratulations for the successful
way ln wllich the two games were
pulled off.
The eastern players were all Initiated into the mysteries of the society
of Gobblers when they took in the
Indian river excursion last Wednesday.
If Lalonde brings the Nationals
west, betting will be at even money
for the lirst game. There will be no
eastern coin available for the second
game.
The Globe, a newspaper published
In Toronto the Good, is too modest to
use the Westminsters' nickname in
full. The Salmons Is all that sheet
with stand for.
Representatives    of   the    Montreal
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Selected at Gray's please the recipient.
They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined taste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes. Spoon Trays, Bon Bons, Fern and
Flower Pots, Vases and Fruit Bowls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE  in  great   variety   from   Pickle   Jars   at   $3.00   to
Tea Sets at $25.00.
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Salmon Report
July 23, 1910.
Belllngham���Got 13,000 flst\ altogether yesterday, of which <T,000 came
from Salmon banks and the balance
from Lumml and the Gulf. Have not
heard from seiners.
Fldalgo, Anacortes���Got 4.000 fish
from the traps yesterday ana 10,000
from the seiners. Fish reported going up Haro straits.
Vancouver Cannery���Boats averaged 24 yesterday.
Brunswick���Got about 700 last night
and this morning.
St. Mungo���Got about 300 sockeyes
yesterday, and n large number of
springs.
British Columbia���Got about 200
fish yesterday.
Phoenix���Got about 2,000 flsh yesterday. Boats averaged 45. High
boat,  93.
Gulf of Georgia���Got 1,174 flsh yesterday.    Boats averaged 21.
Imperial���Got about 2,000 fish.
Scottish-Canadian���Got about l,20O
fish.
Scottish-Canadian cannery reports
that one of their fishermen found a
gasoline launch, named Alice, two
miles off Point Grey. No person on
board.
Eastern Lacrosse.
Cornwall, Ont., July 24.���The Capital and Cornwall teameV met fn a
league match here Saturday afternoon
before a good-sized crowd. At half
time the score stoo., Cornwall, 4;
Capitals, 3. The final score resulted",
Cornwall, 6; Capitals; 5.
(Continued  on Page Elgbt>-
Mbntl-eai; July 24.���Fifteen thousand
witnessed the' National-Toronto lacrosse game Saturday afternoon,
which resulted In a score- of ft to 1 ��u
favor of: the Nationals..
Columbia   St.
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ENGLISH PAPERS CANNOT
PUBLISH   FIGHT   PICTURES
London, July 24,���That the agitation
against the Johnson-Jeffries fight pictures, even the photographs of it, has
spread to London, Is evidenced by
Lord Northcliffe's action in stopping
The Dally Mirror from publishing an
elaborate set of photographs from the
ringside at Reno which they had obtained at a cost of $1,500. The decision was reached after the plates
had been made and the paper was
practically on the press. The reason
given is "deference to public opinion."
BANK SHY $1,140,000;
CASHIER   GOES TO  JAIL
Louisville, Ky., July 24.���John W.
Barr, president of the Fidelity Trust
company, admitted late today that the
entire surplus of the company, $1,140,-
000, had been stolen.
This is supposed to represent tho
shortage of Assistant Secretary Rop-
ke, now in jail here.
Ropke lost his and the bank's money through stock Speculation. He was
known as the wildest plunger la
Louisville. PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,
JULY
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A  GREAT  SLAUGHTER  OF
At Sinclair's Shoe Store,
629 Columbia St., Today
Shoes at about ONE-
THIRD their value.
Being unable to move around
for shoes���shoes on the bargain
tables, shoes in cases, shoes in
every available nook and corner
of our store���we are simply compelled to get them out; hence
these Slaughter Prices.
Visit Sinclair's   Bargain  Shoe
Sale today, and you will admit
we have the greatest values in
Canada. Inspect whether you
purchase or not.
Ladies $4.50 Shoes tfl \Z
Selling Today for    y ��� ^ J
Ladies Canvas Shoes   QCri
Selling Today for ^^
Men's $4.00 Shoes fr 1 QC
Selling Today for   <P'^W
Misses, Children C(\c\
and Infants Shoes at   v" jl
This sale and these prices cannot last much longer. Our Fall
Goods are on the road and room
must be made. All remaining
lines on our bargain tables must
go. Prices have been lowered for
today's buying.
inclair
THE SHOE MAN
P. RFECI BEAUTY
SOUGHT IN WEST
UNUSUAL SE1TW0
FOH OLD WORLD ROMANCE
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
1 Ideal American Girl is Object
��     of Long Journey by An
Eastern Artist.
Woman,    Married    to    Poet-B.irrister,
Insisted on Remaining His Servant
A I   the   Days  cf   Her   Life.
N0TICE   TO  C0NTfi
San Francisco. July 24.���Somewhere
tn the great west may be the
whose features will be perpetuated '
thi brush and pencil of Harrison
Fisher, artist, as the typlflcatlon ol
American beauty. Here, al least, Fisher expects to find her and he Is prepared to spend months 11 needs be,
in this remarkable artistic quesl tl il
has brought him all the way across
the  ci ntlnent
Harrison Fisher's fame has come
largely from bis girl drawings. The
Harrison Fisher girl, in every pose
an J dress, has smiled from magazine
covers until she lias come to be a
sort of indivldality all her own. Gib-
sen was out-Glbsoned, and those millions of America.1 citizens who have
miled  back at the girl have gener-
a  London ban
M  ently   die I   i   ed
ally esteemed her the dream maiden
of the artist's fancy, the composite
of all types of American lovelieness.
but Harrison Fisher is not satisfied with the girl of bis creation. He
seeks u new model and be knows exactly what he wants. Wherever he
goes, whether be is at a gathering of
tbe social elect or riding in a crowded
I street car, las eye is searching for a
new girl, tbe real American beauty.
"I'm looking for a girl with a slashing head." be declared tonight. "This
I girl 1 have drawn so often Is not by
ideal of American beauty. 1 want to
get away from her combination of
| goo-goo eyes and Huffy hair and little
nose and pouty lips. Tiie girl I am
looking for must have a broader face
���a stronger fact'���a face with character in it. Her head must be well
set on her shoulders; there must be
ahout here a suggestion of American
incependence  and   resolution.
"A slashing head, with a good jaw
���but she must, of course, be essentially feminine. Somehow 1 have al-
i ways felt I should find the gill 1 am
looking for here in the west; sh? is 16��wn'
really   a  western  type."
Fisher   lias  divorced   himself   from
his   first   love.the   familiar   Harrison
Fisher girl.    He is done with tlie old
girl���tired   of   her,   be   asserts.     She
is   pretty   enough   with   her   big  eyes
and her mass of hair and her pouty
lips,  but  she is  merely  pretty.    Tbe
i orders  that are in  will  not   be  filled
I until   a. new  Harrison   Fisher  girl   is
| found,   the  girl   with   tbe   "slashing"
! face, that has in it not only feminine
loveliness, but strength of character.
London, July 2J.���In sharp contrasl
to ai\ courl  bickerings Btands an ]
Old World romance revealed in an in-
ting human document, the I o
Arthur .'. Munby,
and poet, who
one.
He left abou: $130,000, and his will
it veals that he was nol a bachelor,
l as his relatives and the world at large
su| pi st I, but that many j ears ago lie
married his cook, Hannah Cullwick,
who, he says In bis will, "has been
for forty-live years and upwards beloved by tne with a pure anl bonora-
[ble lov3, and nol otherwise, and she,
the saUl Hannah, had during all ihat
time been as faithful and loving and
de oted to me as e\ er woman was to
man, and whereas after vainly trying
to explain this state ol things to my
lather I married the said Hannah I she
being th n in my Ber vice) publicly In
tlie presence of all her kindred who
i mid be gol toegther at the parish
church of Clerkenwell, In the County
of Middlesex, on the 14th of January.
1873."
"And   whereas  there  is  no  issue of
the said marriage, and, whereas, notwithstanding   her  saitl   marriage,   the
said   Hannah  has always  refused  and
still refuses to have the position which
, as my Wife she might  and  could  have
had tind has always insisted and slill
��� insists on being my servant as well as
j my wife, her one grievance being tbat
I she cannot  be my only servant;   and
whereas, owing chiefly  to this noble
and  unselfish   resolve Of  hers.  I  have
never been able to  make known  my
sail  marriage to my family or to the
world tit large, und tbe same is known
'only to her kindred and  three of my
i most intimate college fi lends."
Mrs.   Munby   disliked   London   and
preferred to live in the country, and
; her husband  spent as  much  time as
I possible   with   her.      She   refused   all
| present, cared for neither jewelry nor
(social   recognition,   would   take   nothing but  her  wages.  $25 a  month, and
j would   wear   nothing   but   the   regulation    English    hired    girl's    cap   and
Out of her pay she saved $1,-
ich she gave to her husband to
i do what as he thought best for ber.
The couple worshipped each other.
J.Mrs. Munby died a few months before
', ber husband.   There were no children,
'and her tombstone at Shifnal  records
that   beneath   it   lies;     "The   body   of
i Hannah, the beloved wife and servant
of Arthur   Joseph    Munby,    and    concludes tbe pure and honorable love of
thirty-seven years."
Take notice that an application has
boen made to register Duncan Bell
Hall as the owner in fee simple, under
a Tax  Sale I'cul  fiom  B. A.  Wiliuot,
inspector   of   dykes,  to   1 can   Hell
Hall, bearing date the 13th da) of
June. A.D., 1907, of all and singular
K;.,t C( rtaln pai eel or tract of land
and premises situate, lying and being
in the District of New Westminster,
in the Pri/ ct e ol British Columbia,
more partlcilirly known and described as part 3 60 a< ies of the southeast
quarter of Section 18, Township 3,
Range 29, west of 6th Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in tin said land by virtue
of any unre '?ti ���<��� d li Bti ument, and
all persons cli." mg any interest In
the saitl land bj tie.'-ent, whose title
is not re;e..- 'el -a ' er the provision
of the "Land Re��Istrv Act," are required to conies' t ie ��������� d .'i of the tax purchaser within forty .'iw days from the
date of the first pu'y! cation of this
notice upon vju aad In default of a
caveat or certl'! a'e ot .'.9 pendens
being   filed   W'.t) In   S11C 1   1 ciiod,   or   ill
default of redimption nffor<3 registration, you anl each if you w'H be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any (lalm to o ia tfflpect of
the saitl land, slid 1 Shall register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
In fee. Aud 1 litre! y o���������l-. that publication of this notice for thirty days   E
���!:iRAcife i
Tenders   for   ���0,
P'tal,  New Westmi  H*
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derslgned,   and   ,
velope "Ti , (1 on,
Hospital,"
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o'clock noon  ,
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Dated at tho I - :id Registry Ofiice,
New Westmln-ier. re 'Ince of British
Columbia, this J.Oth tiny ol April, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
I (strict Registrar.
To Canada Pe-n anuit Loan &. Savings Co.; Oppenhelmer Bros., Ltd.,
Liability; G. W. Helshmnn; J. W. Hew-
ton.
Columbian Hospital, m      ,
cent of the .;.���!
Any person ��
'   ' Bha11,  '' ��� week *
acceptance tin
specifications ai
of refusal or  fallu '
tbe part) whosi
comph ie   and   execute i
with the Board
cheque shall be fori
Ol Managers ae
refusal oi '
,Try   a   "WANT"   ad
It  will  bring results.
In   The   News.
Tbe   person
��� i p'ed.    will    :,     ,,.    j,,.,, :,j
j a  bond  satisl ��� i ihe Bd
i Managers,   equ il        ten
the amount ol thi contract
The   cheque   deposited by i
Whose   tenders      _     , i .,.
returned   within  ti n days
signing of the contract
The lowest, or any tender j
essaiily accepted.
W, II. KEjJ
Secretary Royal Columbian I
P. O. Box 59,
New  Westminster, H. c j.l
1010.
I
New Arrivals in
Ladies' Blouses
AND
CANNED    GOODS    ACT.
TOO    MUCH    KELLY.
Regulations
From   One
for    Export
Province   to
of     Foods
Another.
Pastor   Complains   That   Popular   Air!
Interferes With His Hymn Tunes, i Ottawa. July 24.���An order-in-coun-
! New York, Julv 24.���Because the c11 has been P*88��11 bringing into force
"Lead, Kindly Light," of his church's i regulations governing the inspection
organ is frequently drowned bv the of Preserved fruits, vegetables and
"Has Anvbodv Here Seen Kellv?" of I niilk lllld<'r the IIleat and canned foods
neighboring phonographs and pianos, i u,t't- rhe regulations apply only to
and because he cannot always make the inspection of canned foods for ex-
bimself heard in the pulpit above the I ')ort f""" Canada, or from one prov
i laughter and talk outside, the Rev. I
, Henry D. Coe, pastor of the Richmond j
| Hill Baptist Church, printed in the lo-j
! cal newspapers an open letter , In i
; which he requests the residents of the |
'neighborhood to make less noise dur-
Ince to another.   Tbey are similar to
regulations now in force governing
cleanliness and sanitary conditions In
factories and slaughterhouses handling meat for export trade, lt Is pro.
vided   that  all   operations  ln   connec-
lng church services I tion  wi"'  tlu' preparation of packing
"For several Sundays it has been al- j of Products in establishments coming
most impossible to hold our services." i
said Mr. Coe last night.    "On Sunday
evenings every resident of the neigh-
bo, hood seems to start a phonograph
[ within the scope of the act sliall be
I carried on with the strictest regard
i for cleanliness and the public health.
I All   fruits,   vegetables,  milk  or  other
or commence playing the piano.! ar,1<levs "*oA fo'' canning purposes
Groups of voung persons sit on ,""!?', be in a wholesome condition,
porches and make much noise.- |}!u!ld,nBB T8.    .�� kep,t 0,ea? and we"
"I decided to request through local Ilish,ed- no Injurious drug, dye or pre-
papers that the neighbors make less  "ervatlve may be used, and   all   em-
noise   after   last   Wednesday   night's
prayer meeting.    The organ had just j
commenced    playing    'Lead,    Kindly I
Light,' when a loud phonograph start-1
ed  'Has  Anybody  Here  Seen  Kelly?'
; The effect was indescribable. I was |
almost half through my sermon,!
which was on the duty of parents toi
children, when a group started   sing-
I ing 'What's the Matter With Father?',
Then I thought lt time to call a halt." !
ployees must be free from tuberculosis
or any other communicable disease.
All cans must have labels giving the
name of the packer, the date of [lacking, and a true and correct description
of the contents.
UNCLE   SAM  WANTS  NO
WOMEN   STENOGRAPHERS
I
TRAPPING    MICROBES.
By   the
Interesting   Sport   Is   Shown
Cinematograph.
Paris, July 24.���Another step has
been taken in the teaching of science
by means of the cinematograph.
Before the Academy of Medicine
last week Dr. Comandon illustrated by,
j moving pictures the reciprocal rela-
tlons between sleeping sickness microbes and white blood corpuscles,
and showed how those relations may
Washington.   July   21.���Women   stenographers apparently no longer are
wanted  in  the   government   service,
t This  announcement   was   made   today
at tbe civil service commission In an
I effort   to  put   a  stop  to a  steadily Increasing  flood of  letters  from  women
throughout  the country wbo seek information   about   an   examination   for
1 stenographers to be held next Tuesday In all the states and territories.
This examination Is for the purpose
: of recruiting only men Stenographers
[and typists, tbe demand for whom the
, civil service commission has been un-
,.,    , , , able to meet.    Practically a    the var-
modified and oven reversed by the  ,���,_  ,,���������.,,_������,���  ���,  ,,, .
Ious  departments  of  the  government
are seeking to replace women stenographers with men on the ground that
the latter are more amenable to discipline, are more easily transferred
to places where their services are
needed and can more readily be draf-
ed into other kinds of work.
be
, use of serums.
Tbe ocular demonstration of the
movements and changes of tbe minute
' organisms ln question, prodigiously
magnified, was Indeed marvellous.
First the trypanosomes, or sleeping
sickness microbes, were seen to pursue their serpentine course with com-
; plete liberty among the leucocytes, or
white corpuscles, coming In contact
WftH them and even passing through
them with impunity.
I'pon the admixture of a certain
Serum the .cene changed. As soon as
tbe still agile trypanosomes touched
the leucocytes they were caught and
held fast Respite nil their efforts to
free themselves. Finally they ceased
\ to move and were absorbed by the
white globules.
Duilfig the first part of this whole
process they thrust forth wh-it may
almost be described as arms llko the
tentacles of an octopus.
On the other hand, tho injection of
another serum Immediately Invested
the trypanosomes with complete power of resistance to the leucocytes.
POISON   FROM  CADAVER
CARRIED   BY   MOSQUITO
Newark, N. J., July 24.���As a result of a mosquito bite received while
performing an autopsy in tbe Newark
City hospital, James I). Ford, of this
city, came near losing his life. A ser-
les of operations performed for the
purpose of stopping the spread of the
poison proved successful and the surgeon Is now out of danger.
According to specialists in attendance, the mosquito had gathered up
poisonous substances from a cadaver
over which Dr. Ford was working.
These were Injected Into his blood
when the tr.osquito bll him.
Children's Dresm
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Sit
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THE NEWEST
THING OUT
The Newest Fad In The East
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole  Agents   for   20th   Century   Clothing
Christy and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street
New Westminster,
and I
B.C NDAY, JULY 25, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
t of New Westminster.
stminster Land District.
, (, thai l, it- A. Tretheway
i |-d   B.C.,  lumberman,  in
ily' to the Chief Commis-
���',l.s at  Victoria, B.C., for
prospect for coal and pe-
and in the following de
s:
ng af  a  post   marked  il.
W.   corner,   plained  at  the
,,��� ei Section 29, in Town-
inicipality of Sumas, New
.,,, r District; thence easl  so
���fi,.arc south SO chains; tlience
iains;     tlience     north   So
ilnl of commencement and
g 040 acres.
a't  Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
une, A.D.,  1910.
K   A. TRETHEWAY,
ct of New Westminster.
District of New Westminster
New Westminster Land District
Take notice thai I, .1. a, McGowan
ol Abbotsford, B.C., accountanl in-
""'���l "' aPPly to ihe Chief Commissioner oi Lands at Victoria, B.C for
a lie, use to prospect for coal and pe
troleum on anl ia the following de-
scribed  lands:
Commencing al a posi marked .1
A. .Met;., s. VV. coi ner, planted al the
S. \V. corner ni Section 33, ia Town-
slop 1!', Municipality ol Sumas Xew
Westminster District; thence north
s" cliains; thence e'asi sm chains;
I hence south Ku chains: thence west
11 chains to poinl of commencement
and  containing  640 acres.
Dated al Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day of June,  A.D.,   1910.
.1. A. McGOWAN.
PARIS RODENTS
THINKS AiR CRAFT
NOTICE.
CAN USE WIRELESS
[IN TIIK MATTER of the Companies
Act,  1910,
AND
Animals Fill Sewers of City
and Official Ratcatcher
Has Busy Time.
Army      Officer      S.5>s      Achievemer,
Waits   Only   On    Money   Appropriation    From    Concjrecs.
Seattle,    July
IN   TIIK   MATTER  of  Hale   Bros.  &
Kennedy, Limited:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the above-named Halo Bros. & Ken-
nedy, Limited, will one month alter
tlie 7th day of July, 1910, apply to
the Registrar of Companies for approval, changing its name to Kennedy
1.���Wirless    tele- i Bros., Limited.
'.rams   shot   from   swift-Hying   aero-1    Dated New Westminster, B. C, July
I planes aie sure  to come soon, in  the   '
"���', opinion of Capt, A.
IWcsteiinster Land District,
noi ice that I, Alexander John-
(Abbotsford. B.C., lumberman
apply lo the chief Commls-
Jf Lands at   Victoria,  B.C.. fo-
to prospect for coal and pe-
lon  and   in   the  following  dolan ds:
���encin. tit a post marked A. J.,
frier, planted at the N. K. cor-
��� tion 80. in Township tfl
[lily or Sumas. Now Westmln
Irict; thence south so chains;
st SO chains: thence north
thence easl SO chains to
commencement and contain-
���teres.
,i Ahbotsford, B.C.. this 9th
une,  AD.  1910.
Alexander johnston.
��3tt?,r��r__&_Z'*_r-*irncm-rS.7r,
*t The
Royal Bank cf Canada
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    	
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
London, July 24-standing on -, opinion of Capt. A. C. Knowles, U. S
bands breadth oi footpath licked by! a., who is here en route from Fort
the swiftly gliding stream of the Leavenworth, Kan., to For) Gibbon,
great sewerage collector of the north, Alaska. Capt. Knowles will have
J talked with ihe ratcatcher of Paris, i charge of the station at. that point,
We were deep down below Ihe city, j which is soon to establish direct com-
writes Mi.' correspondent of the Lon- munlcatlon with Nome, St. Michael
don .Mail. Hall an hour before Vic- and Fairbanks
tor, the ratcatcher's sou had clanged
down   on   us   die   iron   manhole   far
I'M".
Secy. Hale
B.
Bros
S.   KENNEDY,
& Kennedy, Ltd.
"We have already experimented sue-]
cessfully  wilh  wireless messages!
RUPTURE
rom
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from Mie Atlantic io thc Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also ia
Porto Rico, Bahamas. New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents in all parts
of Mie Globe, i!m;s affording
every Banking facility.
I..   M.   RICHARDSON.  Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
above in tho sireet, shutting out thel01"- one balloon," said Capt. Knowles,
brilliant sunshine and leaving as in J yesterday, "and we would carry on
inky, darkness. The air was heavy more experiments if we had more ma-
with decay. From all sides reverter- terials. The army at present has but
ated noisily through the obscurity au- or>e aeroplane, owing to the cautious
tomatic flushings, Bweenins the refuse action  of congress in  maklni
prlations.     We   are   behind   other
tions in I his respect."
('apt.    Knowles   has   been    an
appro-
na-
sweepinj
out to ihe Seine. We were alone in
this place of blackness, the coiitury-
old city ol' Ihe rats.
Ever simo the rata came to Europe [ structor for four years In tho L'nited
with the Crusaders, subterranean Paris has afforded them a home. The original black ral has been practically
replaced by the huge, bene brown
sewer rat, although black rats are
still found, and colony of pure while
nns has existed for the past twenty-
Mr. A. Claverie
the celebrated European Specialist
who created such an enthusiasm in
Vancouver last week, will   be  in
NEW   WESTMINSTER
(Windsor   Hotel)
on   Monday   from    1   to   9   p. m.   a
Tuesday from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Don't Fail  to Go and  See  Him.
wonderful progress of Canada Is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa ia the world ia made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
[li th�� purttt and the best and is fast becoming tlie beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
live years in a certain part of tlie sew
ers al the foot of Montmartre.
A  fancy   bred white  rat  was their
founder,   and   they    are    fiercer and
harder to catch than any other. Only
half a  dozen  or so are  caught eacii
year,  and   l hey   Iind  a   ready
States army service schools at Fort
Leavenworth. He is an expert on wireless  telegraphy  and   has   given   much
time   lo   perfecting   outfits   for   field I 	
service and cavalry.    He is a guest at;
the  Lincoln  hotel and will  leave for:    ,,lH we llave already announced, .Mr.
Alaska ahout August 1. i A.  Claverie, the European  Specialist,
'whose   name   is   known   all   over   tho
| world. Is coming to our city.
This   is   a   chance   everybody   will
grasp.
P������, ir,f,OQ,, ���,.Q fk��� .    ,. Rupture is a disease NOT TO BE
��� ' 1 are the people in these TRIFLED WITH
It   is   frequently   considered   as   a
"ARE    YOU    CRAZY?"
days of money madness who go to the
re to be instructed. What, they
is amusement, a hearty laugh, a
tachionable pets.   Forty"eZ ago the TeTil luLSeT* hUrty wS_h  _
rats bodly ventured on the boulevards,L^nce tt"SS bilS caSfand 2"JSJ ? IS 0NE 0l" THB M0ST
and theic were no fewer than  twen- worries     To   such   neoole    an,I   thov  1 hRRIBL1-
ty-two   professional   ratcatcher   under | are in lhe maloritv   no Ihow     ue^      "  fre('l!ent|5'  occu���  **-* ��>  a futile empire. !-is inuch  is Mu  coinfd ," months  !t  weakens  the  strongest of
But today, though the rats move in the   Clamans   present   this   season | Im'n' and "��*����� thfem Capable of
legions trom one quarter of the city ��Are You Crazy'" is full oMSuehiand  workins and eveD  ot  walku>s-
to another, they seldom emerge farth- | ,ur[)Zel and  entirely dWereft from'     A"d   "^  *   8,1U   H   m��''0  ^^
er than the cellars   and the only re- any play they have produced hereto-
suit ol the recent Hoods has been, be-  f0re.    Don't   miss   seeing
sides   drowning   thousands,   to   drive the Opera house tonight
vast   hordes   to   the   sewers   on   the;	
heights of Paris. | *
them.     At
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
LOUR !       FLOUR !
Though there are a number of professional ratcatchers in the city today, the greatest of them all is Georges Menart, who a year ago was appointed official ratcatcher to the city
of Paris. Here is his card of appointment:
CITY   OF    PARIS.
I ADMINISTRATION     OF     BRIDGES
ANU   ROADS.
| M. George  Menart, of
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed Tenders addressed to tho un-..
derslgned,  and   marked   on  the  enve-[    ,
danger: THE STRANGULATION OF
THE   RUPTURE.
When a rupture is strangled���a frequent and unexpected occurrence���
the digestion is suddenly blocked,
and IT IS INSTANTANEOUS DEATH
WITHIN 24  HOURS.
It may thus be seen how urgent
follow   a   serious   treatment
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
ininster Board of Trade meets in the
hoard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tntra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at -n p.m. Annual
meetings on tlie third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midgut loose
leaf ledgvrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 141'. OM
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone Lfil5.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Plione 11575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to  visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARR13-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster ollices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 12S. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL |5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
IcQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR  AND FEED  MERCHANTS
fRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
1
B.C. Mills
\tmber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln  All  Kinds of
IEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
JED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing"Mills Branch
fcphone   12 New Westminster Box   13/
iope "Tenders for Sewer," will be re-1
ceived at the ollice of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelve
o'clock noon of the litith day of July,
191'). for the excavation, construction,
Rue de Crl-' and completion of a main sewer line
mee, City Sewerman, is authorized for the Winnipeg shops situated in
to descend into all the sewers for Section 5, Tp. 11, Range 4 E., on the
the purpose of rat catching. line of the National Transcontinental
He holds the secret of attracting Railway, about six miles east of Win-
the rats. He never kills them in nlpeg, extending from the pump house
catching them. His only weapons are and terminal yard to the Seine River,
his adroit hands, scarred with rat Plans and specifications may be
bites, and his feet, quick as lightning, seen in the office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
although incumbered with huge sewer Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
boots. He has caught 117 rats in one at Ottawa, Ont., and in the ofiice of
hour: last week he captured 282 i.i Mr. S. R. Poulin, District Engineer,
three days, and his bag for 1909  was  st.   Boniface,   Man.
over 20,1     He sells his rats at sixty      Persons  tendering are  notified that
centimes a head to the "rattodromes" tenders will not be considered unless
in Paris and Northern France and Bel- made on the form supplied by the
gium. where ratting with djgs is en-  Commissioners,   which   may   be'   had
when suffering  from  Rupture.
All the ruptured will take advantage of the presence in New Westminster of such a well-known Specialist as Mr. A. Claverie when he
conies to our city.
His   Method   and   unexcelled   Appa-
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     HUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
Iratus have brought STRENGTH, RE-.
LIEF,   SAFETY   AND   HEALTH   TO
ONE   MILLION   SUFFERERS   in  the
I world, and specially, in VANCOUVER,
(las'     week,     HUNDREDS    OF    PATIENTS    HAVE    RECOVERED    BY
HIM",    SECURITY,    COMFORT   AND
; HAPPINESS.
I  strongly  advise  all  the  ruptured
[to go and see Mr. A. Claverie:  that
i will mean for them THE BEGINNING
OF A NEW LIFE.
All  Advice Given  Free.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY        AND
Abdominal    Belts   for   women   and
ormously popular.
on application to the Chief Engineer  men-
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
v"s Brackman-Ker wharf at 3  P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
| Sal in day  for Steveston  and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
[Tickets at   B. C.  ED.  R. ticket offlce and on board steamer.   Elec-
can leave Steveston every hour  (on the half-hour)  for Vancou-
See the  Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc
Hound trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday  afternoons,   .1.
OR SALE
Seven-room Modern House, close to car,
10th St.; near Fifth Avenue. 'Furnace,
cement basement, stationary tubs, and all
modern improvements. Price, $4500,
$1500 cash, balance to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Wading   through a  foot of  water,  I  at Ottawa, or to the District Engineer
followed this lissom, swift-footed man  at   St.   Boniface,   Man.
I through mflea of sewers.   On his back      Kach   tender   must   be   signed  and
| was   strapped  a  cage   with  a  funnel  sealed hy all the parties to the tenaer.
I mouth, ending in a cloth spout, which and witnessed, and be accompanied by
prevented the captured rats from get- an   accepted   cheque  on   a   chartered
��� ting out once they were m the cage.  Bank of the Dominion of Canada, pay-
' This, his own invention, took him sev- at,|e   to   the   order   of   the   Commis-
i en years to elaborate.   In his hand he sioners of tlie Transcontinental  Rail-
I carried an acetylene  lamp, which lie  way, for the sum equal to ten per cent
helded shaded by his body. | (io p. c.) of the amount of the tender.
The sewers run , beneath every ^ny person whose tender is ac-
street, and every house has its pipe, cepted shall, within ten days after the
giving into a side channel which leads signing thereof, sign the contract,
into the sewer. This Is where the rats specifications, and other documents
assemble to feed on the remnants of required to be signed, and in any case
food. The ratcatcher, traveling at a 0f refusal or failure on the part of the
tremendous pace, switched his lamp party whose tender Is accepted to exe-
wlth a quick movement on to each cute and complete the contract with
channel as he passed. Suddenly he the Commissioners, the said cheque
stopped. A broad shaft of light cleft shaJl be forfeited to the Commis-
the darkness. The ratcatcher began sioners as liquidated damages for such
a shrill chirping with his lips. At refusal or failure, and all contract
once a huge rat, with beady black rights acquired by the acceptance of
eyes and prying, snout, hopped out the tender shall be forfeited.
The chirping went on, and the rat ap- The cheque deposited by parties
preached in a circles, now up one, whose tenders is accepted will be de-
uow up the other side of the chan- posited to the credit of the Receiver
nol. j General of Canada, as security for the
Then there was a scuttle, a flash of r\no anci  faithful  performance of the
the ratcatcher's foot, and a   curious,  contract according to its terms,
childlike whimper. Tlie great rat lay.    The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
writhing beneath that relentless sew-[whose tenders are rejected will he re-
er hoot.     With  a  wisk   he  Is  in  the j turned within ten days after the sign-
cage   and  the chase  proceeded.    WeUgg of the contract,
descended   endless,   precipitous   steps,    The right is reserved to reject any
a foot broad, down and down, to a nar-jor all tenders,
row  sewer  so  slow   that   we  bad  to By order
bend double to pass.    At a crossway
the ratcatcher seized  a sluice  lever,
and a  jet   of water   poured   down   a
n the left. "Des rats." he wins
i  hound   he
de-
Elastic Stockings.
Appliances   for   weakness   and
formities of limbs and back.
The only ones of their kind in the
world.
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Telephone 62.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE. SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance Agents���
City,  farm   and  sunnrban  property,
828 and 74fi Columbia St.
TAILORS.
OALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
lorlng. A new line of Spring suiting just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. 4G Lorne street.
Phone R 508.
sewer
peied,   and   with
dived
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway.
Date.l at Ottawa. July S, 1910.
Newspapers inserting this ndvertlse-
:;,. ,Uin;'s.  mingled   with the  splash ! ment without authority from the Com-
of the waters leaving ire In darknesa, mis .loners will not be paid for lt. **
with    Bouffling,   squeaking   rats   all I
around     I  realized  that   ratcatohlng
disadvantages    When he  re-1 peclally tp. ratny weather.  Only a few
down'the sewer whence echoed shrill
has its
turned  there   	
iiats in Hie cage swaying on his back.
"No one will ever know how many
rats there are down   here," be said,
-there aro millions of them. And they
are verv clever, but not quite clever
enough "for  me and  my  little secret,
\i,< how thev bate me.   I always feel
las if they liked biting me when I take] men, who look out for the rise of the
them with my bunds.    But   I do
was a jostling mass of j years ago a visitor, who was being
shown tbis very collecteur where we
are standing, slipped in; the sewerman tried to save him, and fell in likewise, and ln a second they were both
swept away by the current.. The danger signal ls les cinq coups!
"When  we  bear the  sewer watch-
t6��WheTiny cage is full-it holds flf-
-I put tbem  In  my  shirt
not waters, strike five blows on the Iron
manholes���and the sound travels for
miles down here���we rush for the
nearest   opening.    When   I  set out  I
e often come \ send Victor, mon p'tit, to w^alt for me
ty-five  rats
" U   with rata all over me, and when j at the manhole at which I am going to
��� emerge.   He lifts the cover and when
I ave a good day I have a very
teavy burden to carry. Night is my
best 'time to work, for the rats sleep
I come out he is waiting for me with
,my pony cart, for fifty-five rats is a
rThc'd'n- when the sewers are being  heavy load to carry.   My little secret?
1,0 led and scraped out.   I come down  It ls fear.    The rats, when they see
in   the evenings  all  alone  with  mo  come,  know   they  cannot  escape
v'Vimn 'ind my cage and my little j life, and the fear fascinates them, so
'c.vet, and walk' for miles. j they  juSt obtf my calh"
���i   lrive   often   traveled  twenty-flve      "And  what  do you think   of when
mUes   n one night.    I never get lost, j you walk the   sewers   at   night?"   I
ftoa* the Paris sewers like the palm  asked
oJ niv luind!  Yf��, it Is dangerous, es-1    "Rats," replied the ratcatcher.
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone 714
GOOD
TIME
to take up a good subdivision proposition is
right now. By the time
you are in shape to put
it on the market, realty
will be active again.
We have 160 acres in
Coquitlam that we can
sell at $90 on good
terms. Subdivided into
5 acre blocks this will
readily sell for $200 to
$250. Small blocks in
this vicinity have already been sold at as
high a figure as $300
per acre.
Think it over and talk to
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone 714
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout The JT-shion Stv
hies.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON^lTAYUNGrFia^^
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agues and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEVVTHWA1TE, CABIN ET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in nr and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER \VOOOVVOKKlNG
Co., bank, oiiice and store tttttngs;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtn
street, New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
ThE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street. New west,
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
MUl planta and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAd.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster. ...   -HI*!-.. ���    ���
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JULYg
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without a "Best" refrigerator means loss f
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There is no sign of settlement he-1    Tho provincial government, at   the
tween the striking machinists and the
employers.
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COLUMBIA STREET.
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Furniture. "*���
.Aim; her installment of the auditor's
report   is promised  for this evening's
I meeting of the city council.
Try  a
will brlns
Want" ad
results.
The News   It
aa
The city was depleted yesterday,
about half the population being away
at tlie different summer resorts on tlie
Inlet or on the ocean.
Pot plants an.l fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Plione 184. **
No Flies On
Your Cattle If you use our
Imperial Cattle Wash. Apart
from saving the cattle from
flies you increase the supply of
iiilk in milch cows. Cows can't
forget flios and produce milk.
$1.00 gallon.    Try a 25c  bottle.
Alderman .lohnston went to his
summer home at Carroholly on Saturday evening and will not return till
Tuesday  or  Wednesday.
request of the city council, is cleaning up the strip of land at the top
of the hill at the north end of the
New Westminster bridge. The place
has always been thickly overgrown
with bracken and shrubs but this Is
all being taken away ami New W> st-
minster will have a fine miniature
park there.
White Rock has the best beach, train
service and water supply (if any summer resort or camp spot in British
Columbia. See White, Shiles & Co,
for prices and terms for lots and
acreage, **
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Four  prominent   Masons,  Alderman
C. A. Welsh, Alderman .1.  II. Jardine,
Sheriff   T.   J.   Armstrong   and   C.   S
Richmond,   left   Saturday   night   for
Dawson   City,   where  they   will  assist
in initiating into the Mystic Shriners
,, ., , .'lodge   forty-seven   Scottish   Rite   and
for    carnations,    sweet    peas    and   ,.:,._,,      ,, ,,, ..     , ,
,  . ,. , '      . v     , Knight Templar Masons.    All   he dee-
dahlias,    phone    Davies    greenhouse,       .      , I ,   .,   ,       , .,,
,.  gflg       ' 6 ,,   i gates from here took their wives with
| them and Alderman  Welsh also took
J. R. Cosgrove, of this cltv, has been ��� llls  two  children  on   the  trip.    The
appointed engineer of North  Vancou-  Party   which   went    on    the   steamer
ver at   a  salary  of  |160  per  month.: Princess   Royal   consisted   of   about
There were twenty-two applicants fori thirty Masons from Now Westminster,
the position. | Victoria and Vancouver.   They will be
i gone about two weeks.
Call   on   W.   E.   Fales   for   prompt'
delivery  on  parlor,  bedroom,  kitchen |     steamer   Transfer   will   make   Sun
day afternoon trips to Steveston
during the fishing season, fare $1.
Boat leaves Westminster at ',i p. m.,
returning leaves Steveston at 6:30
p. m. *���
or any house furnishings.
The largest number of fishing
boats seen on tlie river this season
threw nets into the water when the
six o'clock gun was fired last night.
The catch was fair in most cases.
A  Ore at nine o'clock on  Saturday
Davies greenhouse is the place to'night drew several hundreds of peo-
get bouquets, floral designs and all pie off Columbia street to go and gaze
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. ** '��� at  the flames, but they  were  rather
���. ,, _ , -    .,       disappointed for the fire consisted of
Three aldermen, Johnston, Jardine lnsigniflCant blaze In a pile of saw-
and Welsh, will not be at tonight sdll8t on Eleventh street. No. 1 hall
council meeting and if anything hap-; had no difflcu,ty ln extinguishing the
pens to another member of the body, | flre The onI exclting feature of the
there will be no meeting tonight.        , occurrence was  when a  B. C.  E.  R.
For camp sites at White Rock, see'car ran  over  the hose  -ust aft<T  lt
White, Shiles &  Co. *���   , had   been   lald-    The   hose   was   cut
] to   pieces  but  fortunately   the  water
All was quiet on Saturday and Sun-  had not been turned on and so noth-
day in  police circles.    One man was  ing further happened.    Fire hall  N'o.
taken charge of at the park for beln;   2 was given a run yesterday morning.
disorderly   and   resisting   arrest.     He   being called on to extinguish a small
was released on $50 bail and will come   bush fire at the corner of Sixth street
up for trial today. ; and Seventh avenue.
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is I 	
served  there. *�� i
CONTINUES   RIGHT   ALONG
Despite the fact that we are crowded lor room. We will continue our Alteration Sale until th. e
July. No abatement of business is noticeable under present circumstances but rather mu ?m ���
ing Increase every day. Low prices on all lines are forcing out many odd broken assortmenti-J
we are not forgetting to secure from day to day new goods to add to the variety get before I
customers.    Today  we feature some nice Neckwear and Handkerchiefs.
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
not your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent
A Gillette Safety Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your face.
J9sk or write for our free bookie*
explaining a hundred and one
things you ought to know about
shaving and the care of your face.
Gillette Safety Razor Set consists
of triple siWer plated hoMer that will
last a lifetime, with u double-edged
blades ( 14 keen edges) in relvet lined
leather case.    Price I5.00.
Combination Sets���Brush, Soap, etc.
J6.50 to $50.00
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
The Port Guichon local of the Great
Northern jumped the track in the
Delta on Saturday, the engine and
one car leaving the track. The accident tied up traffic for an hour or
two, but no one was hurt.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ���*
The fire which started at Lake
Buntzen and at one time was close
to Sunnyside and Port Mooly has
burnt itself out east of Port Moody.
K. C. Brown, barrister of Princeton, left for home yesterday after a
short visit here.
���������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� STORY  IN   FIGURES. ���
���                              ���
��� Paid    attendance,     first ���
��� game     11,567 ���
��� Paid attendance, second ���
��� game        T.!i7R ���
���                                                  ���
��� Total     19,545 ���
���                             ���
��� Receipts, first game   $ 6,932 ���
��� Receipts,   scd.   game   5,1)70.50 ���
  ���
��� Total   $12,002.50 ���
��� ���
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���THE-
MERCHANTS' BANK Of CANADA
Head Office   ���   Montreal, Que.
Capital $6,000,000
Rest Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  66,000,000
ESTABLISHED 1864.
This Bank has 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
ALWAYS:
A  nice  line of
TOILET WATERS, VIOLET
AMMONIA,   PERFUMES.
Manicuring   necessities���
COMPLEXION POWDERS,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS,  ETC.
I. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane   Block���Four  Doors   East
of Bank of Montreal.
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.
FINEST OF SUMMER
Neckwear
There has arrived hy puree! post tho nicest range of dainty high
grade neckwear wo have over shown. We say this without nesits-
tatien���quality stands our prominently, ��� style, finish, appearance,
everything ahout any piece of the many styles shown denote that It
is of the highest class. The entire assortment was personally selected by Mr. Collister when tn St. Gall, Switzerland. There are muslin
jabots and turnover collars with finest of embroidered designs, lace
collars and cuffs, muslin turnovers, stock collars and all-silk collars.
All shown In many qualities and designs. No inferior grades ln
the showing.    Prices range from, each    50c to $7.50
Fine Swiss
Handkerchiefs
Quality and finish perfect in every handkerchief. A glance reveals
the high character of these handkerchiefs ��� the product of a Swiss
manufacturer. Personal selection on the spot secured better styles,
better values and a hotter assortment of patterns. Nice lace edges
and very fine embroidered designs on fine linen and Swiss muslin.
Prices range from, each    35c  to $1.75
Odd Ends of
Ribbon, 20c d
Regular 30 to 50c per p|
Special values are (
ahle in the selection ol .1
ends on sale tins xtA
Saturday usually sees a tj
demand for ribbon, K i-\
need a nice bit (or t [A
ribbon, secure It from .1
odd lot. On Sale, per .yd. J
Our Best Engl
Prints, 12-2cji
Until the end of July i
will    sell   our   well  b
"Hard    to    Beat"   Bifl
prints In all colon al '..'���
per yard.    The quality iii
well   and   favorably ktw|
that further comment Isi
necessary.    Sale  Price. Ml
per   yard    1?_|
W. S. COLLISTER & CO,
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
MINTOISMS.
(Continued from Page Five.)
*W W*9wW*W**w W WWwW**w WW ?f?ff W^
!
Some Special Snaps
, THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent Tlew. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350  each.   Term*.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Street* on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
team will be here some time this
morning to take about $5,000 back
oast as their share of the proceeds of
the two games.
"I guess you think we're pretty
soft," remarked George Roberts to
Tommy Qlfford. "Never saw anything
softer," replied the captain, with mors
truth than tact.
Tom Rennle waB much more effec-
tlce than he was in the flrst game.
The Montreal goal was never safe
unless It was completely blocked by
the defence men.
The new grandstand was a distinct
success. It wlll have to he torn
down but there aro many lacrosse
enthusiasts who would like to soo It
remain where lt Is.
President Lynch, of the New Westminster club, wlll look after all matters connected with the management
of the team until Manager Welsh returns from Dawson City.
Tommy Gifford did not run moro
than two hundred yards during the
game, but he was right there with
the engineering, It could he seen that
his leg was bothering blm considerably.
The B. C. E. R. ran two loaded cars
In from Langley prairie on Saturday.
All the members of the Montreal
team have been presented with a photograph of tho Minto cup. There ia
moral  to this.
"What paper do you represent?"
wns asked a suspect In the sardine
press stnnd. "The Edmonton Bul-
letin." replied he. The crowd decided
he had nerve enough to allow him to
stay.
The easterners are great money-getters. They nnd a man each gate
checking Up the ticket taker. One of
them wanted to charge the kids two
bits to get In but the boys were too
wise for tbat.
Only officials were allowed Inside'
the oval on Saturday. Nobody tried
to count the crowd, but It's a Bure
thing some were sure-enough officials,
iiieie couldn't be so big a crowd without some officials.
Tho Montreal men seem to be a
bunch of cripples. Kvery time a man
went down it was found that some old
Injury had broken out. Harry's
Scott's ankle, Hamilton's leg and Mc-
Kerrow's thumb. They must play a
terrible game back there.
The eastern players gathered together In Vancouver the other night
and presented James Findlay, of Van-
lOOUVer, brother of the Montreal presl
dent, with a beautiful diamond studded  locket as an appreciation  for the
.kindness shown them during their
stay on the coast.
don't  believe they  were as
the reports say.    ll Is only*
the  western  officials ruling thf
off  as  soon  as  they I*, n u
goals.      They    apparently J
allow Fred Scott to do Ujttr
be   made  that   brilliant "���*-.
second   quarter.    An emwi
can't win back the Minto c��P��
as Western referees have ��*
the games."
A photograph of the greatest aggregation of sporting writers ever gathered together west of Winnipeg was
taken at Queens park on Saturday
afternoon by W. T. Cooksley. The
scribes were ordered to stop smoking
while tho exposure was being made.
To their protest against this interference with their pleasure Mr. Cooksley replied that they'd be a long time
dead.
CHARLES GROUCH QUERRIE.
WELSH FESTIVAL MADE
INVITING TO AW
London. July 21.-���Wflsimten*
lighted  ut  the prospect ol
a  strong contingent of their
men   from   America  at IDS
Eisteddfod at Solwyn Hay l��'
ber.     It   suddenly   si ruck lW
Welshmen   this  year tbftt *���
more Welsh speaking residM"
United  States than In Gre��l
and    hitherto   too   little  W��,
been given of the singing al
competitions    to    enable
km
competitors to appear-
So they are making beMM
tldns this year and the Arciiw
presides over this ancient_w��J
Oval will petition the *%,*
frame their schedule of bi'JJ
competition two years I" llll'J
I that   means   Welshmen '<>
***yji iu    unit    \>t\\ nv 'i'""' |
for bardic and other li(,m,r'81|���l
There Is no more I'1'' '" e','J
vlval of ancient ceremony  j
Eastern    Kicker    Breaks    Into    Print"""    "'"""    ������"        ,hf
Over Western   Referee  Bugaboo.       wor-*- ������������*y participate^U'^
Charlie Querrie, captain of tho Toronto Tecunisehs, and former unsuccessful aspirant for tbo leadership of
a world's champion team, mixed some
words together and handed them to
the sporting editor of The Toronto
Nows for publication. Querrie, whoso
nilddle name is Grouch, Is a consist-
ent kicker against things western
Just road what Grouch has to say of
western   referees   nnd   western   fali-
rope, so visiting Americans jj|
year see this annual P^1'",,,
flrst time will And plot
ness:
"Tho Montreal
Minto cup match
thought It would.
Now Westminster
resulted just as I
said Charlie Querrie. of the Tecumsehs, to The News.
"The Montrealers are not rough���
they hftve sever shown much Inclination   to   adopt   illegal   tactics   aud   1
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given ��� ^'J
nershlp   heretofore  exist���i^J
the undersigned, t��"t*Jlngj0
printers  at  Vancouver
.._���__. ii   c    under
Westminster,  B. C,
ot Jackson  &   Morrison
llfflB,
fourth day of October,
consent. .,.���.,.
FREDERIC* ���'<%
wnf   n    MORRIS"
by mutual consent. fiflffll
WM. G. MORI
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