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 VOLUME ���'
tTISrA
White Slock
SEASIC!   PROPERTY
WHITE, SK3LES & CO.
Scamping
"WHITE   ROCK,"  THE   PLACE
WHITE, SHILEf^t CO.
NEW   WE5TMIN!  x   ~t.
PKICI   s�� VIC CENTS.
dmujitNi IS REACHED
in KAiLWAi MStlt
fDA"
Dl III/
BIG TIMBER BERTH
ON SALE NEXT WEEK
INCREASE IN SALMON
COMING UP FBASEH RIVLh
.promise   Arrived At Yeotetday Evening Between Waning   Parties-Minister   of
Labor King Helped Bring Conflict to a Close-Both Parties Made Important
Concessions ��� Standardization Fixed Fer Jan. 1   1912.
Nearly Twenty Four Square
Miles of Timber-Upset
Price, $162,203.
...,,. aii     ������   'Hon.  VV.  L.  Mar-
mini tor  ol   labor,  an-
evi nlng thai a basis of
' Lorj to both parties
{ ed ln tlie dispute be-
��� .  . ,, Qramj Trunk railway and
employees,
]     , ;i,.;i oni of the strike is In
fB compromise, the strlk-
lhe standardization  of
..   on January  l. 1012,
i ��� , ilately.     Presldenl
Gr ind Trunk, agreed to
1 . year  thei date on
ch he was  willing  to  pul   these
|es Into elfec!, his original offer hav.
,,;. [or the standardization  on
luirj 1, 1913,
he men also secure an immediate
a,;,,),,, ni if per cent in wages. This
I!,,���,. had i" en offered the n en by
L     ��� Huys previous to tho walk-
l    Th re aro other conceRi i. ds - n boi i
Bides,   but   lhe  above  an    the   mi
Im] ortant.
All the men who wenl oul on sti 'o
,"n  July   18  will  bi   taken  back i n l
giv< n ii c runs they were on pie' bus
1(1 the  trouble.    The onlj   <....��� .-, ,
to this will be in the case of men who
have  caused  trouble  to  the offl
during the period of bostlllth s, i it  ���
by  overt  acts or In anj   other way.
Under no conditions would the rcpre
sentatlvi s of the railway agree to taking back these men In theii  em] ioy,
j    The advance of 18 per cent which
the men will get le to dan- back Iron
May   13.
The   conditions   of   settlement   are
i ma c id apply to the Vermont  lines
t(if the railway company.
The Bettloment was reached through
I arbitration under the terms of the Lemieux   act.     A   Canadian   act   is   tllUS
j the n.cms of rendering a great service
In s< ;.; �� a Bt; Ike In an alien co tntry.
The   as rei tr.c it   whi :h   i o tlej   the
st. i..e wa i signe I bj  President  Hays
on   i   hall  ol   the Qran I  Trunk, an.l
��� ��� '��� ��� ������ of. i : ol thi Brothe I ood of
ftullwcj   Trainmen and tLe    )i der of
.       aj Conductors.
Thi   Btrl!;e ended tonight had been
in   pi i: .<  a   for   two   w oks,   during
which great  Incomenleno""! h;id been
��� ii e I -��� 1|; ers of freight and the
; ul I - em i ally, pasi eni er traffic being i n atlj Interfered with. The conflict betwi en capital and l ibor war,
: ee from violence, only minor clashes
between stilkers and strikebreakers
heing reported from isolated points,
One or two attempts to wreck trains
were ma 'e, but in no case could these
be traced directly to tho striking
trainmen, Although there is no doubt
that the attempts were it direct result
ol the clash betv een the men und the
com] any.
Run    of    Fish    Is    Now    Coming    tl.
Stream���American  Canneries  Report   Smaller   Catches.
One wee:-, from today the largest
timber berth that lias ever boen offer-
i l for sale lu the province of British
Columbia will be pul up at auction
in the local crown timber ollice. The
berth comprises 23.92 square miles In
township 26 on tho east side of Adams
lake, and contains some very line timber.
The upset price is $162,203, and as
i; requites a deposit of one-quarter of !
the sale price, before the berth is sold, I
it  v.il]  take  more than  $40,000 cash ,
to handle the proposition.    The reason  why  such a large area is placed !
on sale at one time Is that the place
is difficult  to got the timber out of
and the purchaser will probably have
to build a mill on the spot and construct a railway to f;et the cut out.
Crown Timber Agent James Leamy
will conduct the sale.
JINVE CUTTER  PERRY MILLIONAIRE   WILL
IS   NO?/   A   TOTAL   LOSS START  COLLEGE   LIFE
Nome. Alaska, Aug. 2.���The revenue
[ter perry struck TonkI point, o!T
Paul Island, in a dense fog last
turday an i is a total loss. The
gi,;s and crew were taken off by
icvci, ��� ittera Tahoma and Man-
*%.  Tlx   Pi rry's engine room and
are flooded,
he Tahoma had a Japanese poach-
fin tow  when  news  of  tlie   wreck
t.     ��� :  by   wireless.    The  ofll-
Ison the rahoma and Manning ord-
|d the abandonment of tlie Perry
, a total An  Inquiry  will be
11 at Valdez on September S. The
Irry Is ne of the oldest revenue
Iters in the service on the coast.
Brockton,   Mass..   Aug.   2.���Daniel
Waldo Field, who has mad" a million
or more in the shoe business, is preparing to enter Harvard university
next fall, lie says he feels the need
of education as much as though he
were penniless,
Kiel,l's parents were poor and found
it Impossible to give him much school-
In.
"All the money in the world." said
FMol I, "can't take the place of education."
CAT LIVES THREE WEEKS    KAN'S THUMB AND FINflEi
WALLED UP ABOVE CEILING   BLOWN OFF IN EXPLOSION
Without   Food   or   Wat;r,   Tenacious
Fe'ir.e Clings to  Life   Imprisoned
In  Old   Guichon   Hotel.
Workmen  Startled  by   Mysterious  Detonation Which Inujres One Man and
Scares   Others���Cause   Unknown.
SOURCES OF DISTRICT
BE SHOWN IN TORONTO
The tenacity with wliich memberaj
of tne feline tribe cling to Hie has
long been recognized as little short
of n lraculous but it is doubtful if
a c:Tt mote loth to die ever existed
than one which for a long time was
a pet at the King's hotel, formerly
man, a prominent broker, today began the Guichon hotel. This tabby disap-
a term of three months in the county j peared three weeks ago.
Ihi oils from the canneries along
the river an I gulf indicate that the
salmon run lias now passed from the
ocean Into the river and is making
gOO.l headway up stream. The St.
Mungo cannery, which is just across
the river lrom the city, took 10,000
(ish on Monday, Uie hi. h boat catching 406, As tiiis cannery only took
in ahout 1,000 lish on Sunday nlghl
the increase of lish i.i tho river can
be imagined.
At Bellingham and other places on
the unit the number or flsh taken yesterday was not as great as on the
day previous Indicating that the main
contingent of the salmon had gone up
tlie river. So far this year the run
has heen similar to last, year in the
amount of salmou taken, hut the next
few days may bring out some new
developments.
All tbe canneries at present employ
a full force of men and are working
day an.l night.
TWO 11jD CODING
TO Bit 1 [QNVENTtON
Seventh Day Adventists
Lease Land on Which to
Pitch Tents For Meetings
MAN  SERIOUSLY  HURT
DIVING   INTO   LAKE
Vernon,    Aug.    2.���A    young    man
named Quar.dt. steward on the steamer Okanagan.  is at  the Jubilee hospital here in a serious condition.   He ,..,,. ...
was   diving   into  the   Okanagan   lake  af!<,;   ''-'der Conway   of Victoria, an*
Commencing on Friday of next-
week and haling until the following
Sunday, ti.e Seventh Dry Advent is ..
wlll hold a convention In this city
at which fiom one hundred and flfty
to two hundred members of tbe sect.
from the western half of the province!
Will bo |'i( sent, elders coming from.
as   far  east   us   Vernon  to  attend   tho:
meetings.
Because of the opposition which has
been raised to the Adventists making
use of Tlpperary as a camping ground.
Elder .1. L, Wilson, who is conducting,
meetings in this city at the presenl
time, has leased a vacant plot of laiuJ
at the corner of Twelfth stieet ami
Fifth avenue. Here from twenty t<>
thirty touts will be pitched, the majority of these heing used as living
quarters, a couple of large tents being reserved for services.
Included among those who will be
present will be L. S. Shaw, superintendent of tho Western Canadian
field: John Walker, president of the
British Columbia field; Prof. K-
Haughey, president of the Pitt Meadows academy, which was built by
members of the sect about three yeais
from the bow of the Aleden and struck
his head on a rock, being paralyzed
by the blow. It is also feared that
his splno ls seriously injured. He was
brought to the hospital on a stretcher
ln charge of Uev. P. W. Auvache, of
Penticton.
KINDNESS WAS COSTLY.
CHICAGO   BROKER  TO
SERVE   JAIL   SENTENCE
Chicago,   Aug.
Willis  Counsel-
Iticnal   Exhibition   in   East   Will
Itlude Display  From  This  City���
photographs and Grains Wanted.
le.
ji', the sentence imposed on him by
! Superior Judge Chetlain tor contempt.
The penalty  was given Counsel-nan
In  connection-with  alleged  fraudulent
'fiivon.e proceedings Instituted by
broker   against   bis   wife,   formerly   a
prominent society woman, at that time
I an inmate of a hospital for the Insane.
A most peculiar accident happened
to a workman employed on the excavation on the corner of Sixth and
Clarkson streets yesterday at noon. '
A man named Koundtree wus sitting
talking to some other workmen just
before starting to work at one o'clock
when suddenly there was an explosion
light amongst them and Koundtree
had part of the thumb and first finger
on his right hand blown off.
Thera was no blasting being done
and the men had not heen working
for an hour previous to tlie accident.
The   victim  was  too  excited  to  give
1 immissioner   Wade   re-
iat   all   j arties   having   inter-
n   exhibits   which   they
lend  to  be displayed
the Toronto exhibition, ahout  thc
Mie cf il is month, bring them in
him.   Samples of grain, bottles of
it, minerals, photographs and any-
it that would look well in a dis-
1 of  the   resources   and   products
'his distil - are acceptable and any.
"'���' Perishable   will   be   well   taken
e of.
"hertlslng al   the  National  Kxhl-
'_"' Is about the most effective form
wa la Canada, and  from present
cations New Westminster and the
Met surrounding wlll  have a dis-
r ther,-  that   should   moan   much
we residents and producers of this
>wn of British Columbia.
ph'. Wade has already  made some
fPess with lis display.    He has re-
|���   a   remarkable    selection    of
��os from Chilliwack and also has
''e Pictures of tho 850-pound stur-
P" caughl here some time ago.    A
M bottles containing salmon eggs
" '��� stages of their development
. '''''" tecelve.l and should form
interesting part of the exhibit.
ne exhibition shuts on August. 23
''' oispla; s from here must  be
hPd   by   the   fifteenth   at   the
C.nned   Meat   for   Britain.
London.  Aug.   2.��� Libby,   McNeill   &
Libby have closed a million-dollar con-
���raet  with the British army for canned meats.    British office's will sup
intend tbe packing in Chicago.
WILL ASK FOR SOLDIERS
TO FIGRT FORI ST FIRES
On the day puss) was last seen ihe
ceiling of the lower floor of the remodeled hotel was completed, the last
hole heing walled up and neatly tin-
t,1P ishel. A discovery made on Monday
afternoon proves that the cat, whic.:
has been missing sine* that time, hai iv ro!r(>ct account of what actually
crept up some scaffolding and crawled happened, but it is supposed that he
in the space between the ceiling and ; h;ld a dynamite cartridge in his hand
the floor of the room above and had , itml j, exploded from some unknown
been Imprisoned there.
Ft range though it may seem, no one
e ird the cat make any noise whatever until Monday afternoon, when a
faint meowing a'i:acted tlie attention
of some workmen. After considerable
searching, the men decided the sound
could only come from above the ceiling. A portion of the plastering was
broken, a hole large enough to admit
of the passage of the cat beiug made.
Man Who Risked Life for Drowning
Worker Is Victim.
Xew York. Aug. 2.���It cost Francis
Maher just $100 yesterday to save a
man from drowning. Maher, who is a
chauffeur employed by the city, was
standing at the waterfront when he
heard a yell of "Man overboard."
While a hundred onlookers cried for
hell) Maher jumped in and soon had
the drowning man safe. When thc
excitement was over and after tho
rescued man had disappeared, Maher
found his wallet was missing. His
hip pocket had been picked.
a number of other elders equally weli
known in  Adventlst circles.
Three service's will be held daily,
one at 11a. m., another at 3 p. m. nni
the third at 7:30 p. in.
This will be the third convention
held in this city, the first one having
been held on Tipperary twelve years
ago and the other at Queens park sis
years ago.
There are about four hundred me:n-
i bers of the sect in this province, nearly half of whom will he hore attending the convention. Tlie biggest congregation is at Pitt Meadows, where
there are eighty or ninety Adventists..
DEPOSED SULTAN MAY
AGAIN OCCUPY THRONE
cause.
He was taken to Dr. Manchester's
offlce. where the wounds were
dressed.
CHEAPER TALKS.
Gloomy for Imperialist.
London. Aug. 2.���The Morning Post
has criticized the blue book on correspondence relating to the Imperial
conference, lt declares that it will
prove somewhat gloomy reading for
Imperialists in all parts of the world.
The impression given is of ten resolutions for one lesult.
Revulsion of Feeling Follows Publication   of   Book   Describing   Causes
That Led to Revolution.
Outbreaks  in   Montana  and   Idaho  Serious  Enough to  Warrant Taking
Unusual   Steps.
t ���
Y-'-tli:
l-"t t:
D'ny Seattle Story.
?  lumbermen   of   Vancouver
tn4      B     "'       the,r     denial     of
;       "I in Seattle to the effect
,    *> lUmen of Hritish Columbia
��� S:uled "'���>���'��� the failure of West
��8ninf. on lumbermen to adhere
' odd-length agreement  entered
" "'' months ago, and their con-
; '.'gabbing of the lumber bus-
'���,,.. ""'  Canadian  middle  west.
*srlze such reports ns nb-
<hat the mills across the
1 J'og nothing like as much
Canada as reported despite
Butte, Mont, Aug.  2.���Districi  For-
, est   Supervisor   Mason,   whose   headquarters are at   Anaconda, stated today that he would suggest to the forest authorities that an appeal be made
I to the war department to assign regu-
i lar troops to tight the forest fires In
Montana and Idaho, which ure rapidly
getting  beyond  control.
I     It   is   understood   that   there   is   no
i existing   provision   for   such   use   for
the army, but it is believed the sec-
I retary   of   war   might   order   out   the
I troops. In view of the emergency.
lt Is almost impossible to secure
sufficient citizens to till the ranks of
the scores of companies of the state
. illiilu now engaged In combating the
Humes along lhe Idaho Hue.
C.   Telephone   Company   Reduces
Night  Rate to Victoria.
Commencing   on   the   first   of   this
After repeated calls the tabby crawled  montli. the R. C. Telephone company
out   of  Its  prison,   lean,   hungry   and  inaugurated a cheap night service he-
wild eyed. Otice it readied the ground  tween New Westminster and Vancou-
the   cat   stretched   itself,   apparently  ver and Victoria, the rirte between the
��� ready  to die. ' mainland   cities   and   Victoria   being
I Whatever its intentions in this line, brought down to fifty cents for three
tbey **rs interfered with hy the ad- minutes and ten cents for each addi-
\ent of a strange dog wliich made a tional miuute. The former rate was
rush for the cat. In a moment there fifty cents per minute, with ten cents
was a spitting, scratching mass of fur, additional for each fifteen seconds
a yelp und a screech, then two anl- over the flrst minute,
mals lunning away from each other. I In making this change the company
Since that time tho cat has not been is seeking not oily to accommodate ���
sf en at its old haunts. It evidently the public but to Improve the service.
the    locality     undesirable   There is a considerable class of bus
Salonika.   Turkey.   August   2.���Indicative  of   the   political   unrest   under
even tlie constitutional government instituted   by   the   foung   Turks,  when
two years ago they dethroned AWul
Hamid, is tlie movement new on foot
to give the deposed sultan an opportunity to answer the cruelty charge*
I made  against   him   by   the  historian,
1 Osman Nowri.    The writer in his re-
Icently completed work, "Abdul Hamid,
His Life and His Reign," recites what
,    .  ,,  ���    ,  r.   . .    ,   j ...   ,        'purport to be the facts in tho autoc-
Total  of  United State', Indebtedness J^ of ten.or that ternllnated in the
revolution.   In the book Nowri attacks
OFFICIAL FIGURES SHOW
AMERICA'S PUBLIC DEBT
July    31    Was    51,293,436,824.
Slight Decrease Over June.
/-i2liln<rtnn    D    f!     A112    *> The  fi-   l""L   1IU���   ia   uc6""""&   l"   ��������#������    ..mm..
'S^&'^&jSJdl*  rn   S.dl.i0H  ^fn   *$J��**
a discloses that at the close of parliament o    he.Young Turks,    tt
considers
from a feline point of view.
New Power  Plant for Calgary.
Calgary. Aug. 2.���Owing to residential extensions to the city, the rapid
growth of suburban districts and the
|conse.uent necessity for extension o
iness now sent on tho higher toll over
the day service which might, without
any sacrifice of inteiests. be reserved
for the night service, with the advantage of greater economy to those ub-
ing the wire. At the present time
the  company   Is  handling  about   150
stieet car lines the city has decided calls rer day between Vancouver and ,
to erect a new auxiliary power plant Victoria, and with a growing business
to provide additional motor power there will be, in the new arrangement.
required by the operation of addi- a more equitable distribution of calls
tional   cars. i ��'Pon the service.
Abdul  Hamid bitterly.
The publication of the work and its.
reception  by  the  masses  of  Turkish
people was marked with a disapproval
Washington, D. C. Aug. 2.-The fi-!that now is,beginning to show itself
nai
S^tSTiKiSto ot tatai^Ta^li" tenerall>-believe(i that the failu,e
JSa&ffSX     deb*     Iv^slof   the   new   regime   to   bring^ataat
interest   beating   debt.   $2,074,105   of  stlncthely    maintained    thek   ******
debt on   which interest  has ceased ma>' re8��u in anothel   ���evolutionaly
since   maturity   and   $381,045 238   of  m��v.^lnent'        ,'   .     ,    ..       ,.���������_
debt bearing no interest. 1   Stl�� an��t ier   ?ft0r 'V11* pl��iS,nat^.
The certificates and treasury notes,  counter-plots With which  the country
offset by an equal amount of casi. in ,�� ^��^*Jf ,rec_U,T^,8. rU^,?,r���a_th^
the   t
669,
treasury,   aggregated   .1.363,703. ! Abdul  Hamid  is rapidly    falling    to.
which is af.  increase of almost jllealt'���   ,His death at this time, with-
11
$8,0(10,01)0  for tiie  month.
t
Mlli I1C
re   .
Mier i���
DISTRICT ATTORNEY DIES
PINIONED UNDER MACHINE
Parity of City Water Supply
is Guaranteed by B.C.E.R. Co.
of   Monday's
Automobile Plunges Thirty Feet Over  Glover, assistant manager of tho B. C.  it can  bo taken t
Automobile nungo . Klectric railway, expressed his aston- nothing in any of
Embankment in Grass Valley, Cal.
One Killed, Others Badly Hurt.
paying
can
any dutv.
ship   it   in
Keopaths
��l00dl��s  Sur   "
IN CONVENTION.
Si
rqery  Attracts Attention
1,1 Golden Gate City.
"1   Fl"m���l
ates to ,i    wn- A,,B- 2. ��� The dele-
B o ,,,',! '"lv,-'ntion of the Amerl-
,0,'"<��>ii In , a?,800Iati��n spent tho
d hs Ju V(,"ey tour of the city
"��dui1)b and the
linner.
evening at
*>'(> was made a subject
.Fen yesterday by a News represen- to   himself   and   the   council   said:
tatlve and Bhown a copy of the report "Really, the idea is so utterly prepos-
council   meeting,   P.   IC  tenuis that I scarcely know whether
bo taken seriously.    I can see
if our correspondence
... .irent   at   the  statements  nL-Lde by  to   warrant   any   such   interpretation,
Mavor lee even ln the sllPhtest degree.
"Why" exclaimed Mr. Glovor, "we     "From  the  very commencement of
'have done everything that was at all tbis  difficulty  we  have  assure,    the
 ~ o'ossible  to  satisfy  the  requirements the city of New Westminster that we
Grass Valley   Cal. July  2,-Hurled  ���Iui"  demands   of   New   Westminster   a,e prepared to adopt every necessary
���i embankment out of his auto- tts expressed through Mayor Lee  in
mobile in which he and three others connection with this troublesome mat
had boen riling   and pinioned under ter.    Only  as late as Saturaayiw
he St of "he machine in the hoi- Mr. Purvis, afterRowing theMnayor
low thirtv feet   below. District  Attor- the cable received from Mr. ^man,
ney Thomas Ford, of Thomas county. ^   n-^-   ^S^ ^^News of the purity of the city's water sup-
!?rsfenV.Y)   received Mavor Lee's per- pjy; and the suggestion that we would
for-'son-1 assurance that he was perfectly  do  or  permit   anything  which   might
Mr.   Freeman's
I   want  Is  the
measure to safeguard Its interests
at the dam and have spared neither
expense nor trouble to hack this up
by our actions. As Mr. Sperling has
written, 'the very existence of the
company  hinges on  tlie  maintenance
was   instantly   killed   this
about seven miles from here.
K    Donscl.   of   San   Francisco,   for- 'sonnl assu
merlv president of tbo California Fire-  satisfied   with
works   company,   Struck ^^1 j* said: �� ^.^ UrM ���,0 da;l.
company
with such force that lie
>" Of eight-year-old Vera I juries which may prove fatal.
Samuel Colt, a mining engineer,
who wns driving the car. and Robert
S. Smith, the chauffeur, escaped with
only minor injuries.
cable,
assur-
ans o . r ",    lino" of th0  'amoBs
,,i"11 Of th* ,." for ��">genital dislo-
"."5 hip yesterday by Harry
is rapidly Im-
"t%. nf   1 .��-">mti
t1,'" convKJ. os* ,n attention report-
rd ����� Inch Lnaent had bMn length-
will   be  safe  and
will  be  maintained.1    Now  for
��� "   '   and
water
New Councilman Elected.
Vernon.  Aug.  2.-J.  P.  Martin
been elected by aeclamntloa to fli the
that  the purity  of
ntalned.1    Now  for
hU worship,""in the face of that, and j threat
within  two  days'  time  to  make  the compan
��� tatement   that  the city
barter away its rights at the lake for
B rroper car service, is something too
has remarkable for me to comprehend
Mr   Glover,  asked   for  an  opinion
Lee's  assertion   that  the
impair tlie quality of the Coiiuitlam
water, is absurd.' "
"Have  you  anything  to  say  about
Mayor   Lee's   proposal   to   send   the
letters to the London board and his
threat   about   the   annulment   of   the
y's    charter?"    inquired    The
ls  BBked  to! News.
"You can say that the officials of
the company are still ready and willing to meet the council once again
and Clscuss (his matter in a friendly
and   businesslike   spirit   and   try   to
SIX MEN WILL ATTEMPT
FLIiDT OVER ATLANTIC
Malvin    Vaniman    and   Walter    Well-
man   Perfect   Details   of   Daring   Aviation   Feat.
"inch   ��., i -������-   .i*vu   nil. ill-    ui-cn  i-irvicu_f��/   ��..-..-   ..imnmA    r,n     MaTor     LPS S     BSSOrUU.       uwi-     wi��i�����u     uufunifiw u     ��.   "i     ni
W��2 SSAitf bjr the bl0od- ���ca.c.:;in.t^ Off Tu  \*  Mien        leteTot ttie officials were aa insult 8talght�� out this tangle."
"I-eiation. 'v.* the resignation af ����� "��� A��en-       ie.iei�� ��
Xew York, Aug. 2.���Mel via Vaul
man. aviator and mechanical en*;i ;eer,
returned to this country yesterday b>
tlie French liner La Touraine fu!l of
confidence in tho flight across the Atlantic, which he proposes to undertake with Waiter Wellman in tlieir
dii igible airship, America.
"The American will carry an uu-
sinkable lifeboat oji her voyage," said
Mr. Vaniman. "This lifeboat will be
twenty-flve feet long, six feet in beam,
and will be stocked with provisions
sufficient to last tlie crew for thirty
days.
"Besides Mr. Wellman and myself,
we shall carry two mechanicians, a
wireless operator and one other man
not yet chosea.
"The wireless operator will supply
news of the voyage to The New York
Times, The Chicago Record-He aid
and The London Dally Telegraph."
out having an opportunity to reply
to Osman Nowri, would help to precipitate war.
Since his virtual banishment frorti
public affairs two years ago, the sultan has been silent on the subject of
his alleged cruelty un:l misgovern-
ment. This silence has given the supporters of the old rule opportunity to
set afoot counter-charges of oppression and mismanagement in the ranks
of  tlie Young Turks.
CONTRACTOR ACQUITTED ON
CHARGE OF BURNING WIFE:
Santa Ana, Aug. 2.���Frank Skelly. a
lumber contractor, was acquitted latcv
today of having burned his wife tov
death. He was accused of having
thrown gasoline over the woman la
the kitchen of their house at Westminster and then igniting it. The;
trial has been In progress for two>
weeks. The jury was out an hooir
and fifty-five minutes.
UNION   OF  PEOPLES
PLEDGE
FOR   PEACE
London, Aug. 2.���The Times, refer-
ing to the proposed celebration of a
century of peace, says Sir Wilfrid^
Laurier dwelt eloquently yesterday
upon the peaceful relations of the
United States and Britain in a speech
to American emigrants. He did not
overstate the case. The British Empire and the Republic could count between them 130.000.000 of the 'Buro--
! pean race, and in their desire for ifc
lies tbe world's best hope of peace..
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vidua! seeing only that scouts training is doing gool physically and mentally to lhe English youth, is like,' t i
jump to the conclusion t.iat only a
"chronic grouch" would And fault v. i::i
IL No l.ss iniirfirt'int a person I an
Keir Hardie has come out in ojen
meeting wirii bis criticisms, however,
and  now   that  tho  ground   has   be   I
that  the  anti-militarists   hive   some
e son tor ne vo is h ��� i    li Is t'l as It
the   tri Itai 5   movemi nt   were   re illy
di signed    to    prote :t    the    counti j
foreign    aggression���so   thi
: llitai Is'.b >��� iy.    The anti-n 11 -
. iid that It Is Intended as a
. isl   t! e   masses   of
Ives.
Everybd ly   l:n   -���..   thai      iclo-po'i'J
NOTICE.
broken, ll looks as if a good deal more   ' ��� '   ''*" ���  ;,''; h mixed
criticism would follow in short order.   In  England  at  present.     \  few  thou-
"The    Ti rritorlals    and    the    Boy        I peor-li   out ol  fortj  odd 11
Scouts," lvir Hardie told his audience "���������n       ���         :"! ;;!! ' ���' n '
during a recent Bpeecn at Pontyptidd, '<��� ���''��� ' ������ As might naturally he sup
"are part of a general movement to1! ������: ' ey have mad I ������ m
familiarize tbe public with the boI- ' ������ : ":���". ���- " ���'' "'��� which
dier as the Important man In ihe "��������� '���'"��� thousands hav more �����<
s:a:e. I feel no hostility towards the ' '������ ' '' :-' "��� '���'���''' '��� ''��� ' *���'-���
Individual soldier, but militarism al- �� 1:'' ,:-f' fort) odd tni'lions are on
ways means curtailment of civil lib- ;!" ragged ed e of staning to death
(,r(y" ie lng  con 1:". .'i-. '���  be; "-! l  all   li 1
The speaker referred 10 the same -' ���'��� ' ' masses or the English
ubji it in another speech a few days ���' ���'���'������' '' ; ; ' ; :' ';' condition tor doz-
later. "I welcome the Boy Scouts' '"' nf generations with Bcarcely a
movement for what it is doing for comrlaint, but three or four years ago
British boys." he said, "but I do re- they began to show signs oi Insisting
sent the fact that it is b^ing used by "n ���'���'���'��� s : li!' a readjustmenl cal-
tho military class to cieate a national culated to pul them on a more near!)
sentiment in favor of militarism." jequai tooting with the so-called "nil-
Doys  Psace  Scouts. ing classes."
It must be distinctly understood I Tie ruling classes were alarmed
that tiie backers of the Boy Scout They are bo enormously outnumber! I
movement do not admit that it is mill- that they would not stand a dog's
tary. In fact, they specifically and chance in a fi .ht���not even in a light
emphatically deny it. "The Boy at the poles���if the masses could be
Scouts," asserts Chief Scout Sir Rob- persuaded to stand together. It looker! Ba len-Powell, who launched the ed and still looks as if this fight were
movement and is still at the head of
it, "aie peace scouts. Military training forms no part of our general policy.    Even such drill as we use is re-
IN  Till!  MATTER of the Companies
Act,  1910,
A _!)
IN  THE  MATTER of Hide  Bros.  ��
Kenne ly, Lin  ted
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the al e-1 n ed l iale Bros & Ken
nedy, Limlte I, will one month afte
the 7t 1 da) of July, 1910, apply ti
the Iti ������ Isl rar of Com] es for a>
pro vai, changing its nan.e to Kennedy
Limited.
D te 1 xew Wesl 1 Inster, B. C, Jul)
:. 1910.
P..   S.   KENNEDY,
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LNew Westminster, B. C   II
Mineral Waters
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Manufactured by
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Telephone   R   113. Office: pr|ncu,l
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SURREY.
We have blocks for sale in
Surrey of 2 to 10 acies near
car line. Some on main road
within '1 lo C miles of city. We
hold some exceptionally good
buys.
Miora! finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New Westminster,  B. C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
Ths    Pacific    Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The   B.   C.   Perrranent   Loan
and   Savings  Co.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
LOST-SKT OP DRAWING INSTRU-
ments In gTeen case. Finder pie: se
communlca'e with Hope <t Barker,
Ttapp bio :k,
_0 ST IN t),{ NEAR MARKET, A
pochetbook containing hank hook
: nd ; tm '.'��� ������ oney, Reward If 10-
tuined to Poll ����� station.
JL.OST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
wilh gold chain, hetween tram offlce and Third streeL Suitable re-
���ward for returning same to D lly
News offlce,
District  of  New  Westminster.
Pursuant to Section L'O of the "Local
Imporven ent General Rylaw, 1009,"
no'ice Is hrrehy Riven that the Assessment Roll for Local Improvements on
the following stieets, viz.. Tenth
Stieet on both sl les from Sixth ave-
nne to Tenth avenue, except on the
east si'p of said street between Sixth
iind Eighth avenues; also on both
sides of London, Edlnbiirg. Dublin and
llaiiillon Rtieets, Eight and Seventh
avenues betwr��n Terth and Twelfth
H'reels. is o; en for Insjinitlon at. the
ollice of the Assessment Commissioner In the city hall, New Westminster,
j British Columbia, and in case the own
j er or any )egon interested in any of
the properties included therein desires to appeal from such assessment.
ihe shall, within the period of eleven
ilii days from the first publication
of fids no'lee, give notice to the iri-
Iderslgned  In  wilting of his  intention
I to appeal.
Haled the 27tll dav of June, A.D..
1910.
W. A   DTTNCAN,
City C'erk.
)ate of first publication the 27th day
of .June, 11110.
bound to comej
Well, it  popped into the minds of
the  ruling classes'  leaders that  unl-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  versal  military  service  would  hue  I
liiced to what 13 absolutely necessary  strong  tendency   to  keep  things  Bl
for gatheiing and moving large num-
ne.s of boys."
This denial and others like it are
what make the movement's critics suspicious. If it were frankly a military
movement, they say, people wtu encourage it would be doing so with
their eyes open. But denials of what
Is so obviously the truth, they argue,
suggests that Sir Robert Baden-Powell
and his backers are trying to accomplish something that they don't wish.
the public to know ahout until after
;t lias actually heen accomplished.
Of course, it is up to tlie people
who object to the Boy Scouts' move-
1 ent because it is military, to prove
that it is military.
To start with, it may be only a co-
:noir!enee that Sir Robert Baden-
.'o'.veil was a supporter of conscrip-
ion before the Boy Scouts' movement was started. It also may he
on; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of the Boy Scouts' movement just aft
er other conscriptionlsts had broached
'he idea of conscription to the English
tionary for awhile and they suggested it. on the platform, in parliament
and through the columns of the Conservative press. The whole essence of
the Idea was that soldiers form the
habit of obedience and submission to
authority and that if the masses could
he induced to become soldiers, with
the ruling classes wearing the shoulder straps, the latter wouldn't have any
more trouble���at least for a long '.'. - e
to come���In making the former walk
the chalk line in civil as well as military life, and if a few malcontents
ever did actually suit trouble I lere
R-ould be that big army of conscription
on hand to pound them Into quiescence before they had time to do any
serious damage.
But Ihe masses saw through this
bunco. They had. they said, no military ambitions, but preferred enough
to ea* and wear and he comfortable on
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New Westrrinster Branch.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Stetl   Pipe.
Tenders wll) he received by tin
undersigned up to 5 p. m. of Au| is'
1, 1010, for the BUpply of 1 000 feci
of lH-lnch diameter and l 200 feet o
12-lneh diameter lajiwelded stce'
pipe and for 13-inch diameter flexibl,
joints.
Specifications and full particular!
can be obtained from the City Kngl
neer, J. W. B. Blackman, City Hall.
The lowest or any tender not nee
esaarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
City  Hall,  New  Westminster, Jul
6. 1910.
a   coincidence   that   he   thought '���"*���   intended,   by   fair   means   if   pes- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
to
sihle,  but  by  force  if  necessary
have thorn before long.
_ The ruling classes instantly stop) el
masses and bad discovered that talking conscription. Almost simultan-
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tl e English masses did not take to it.
Neserthc less, both these things are at
least coincidences.
Glories   of   Militarism.
The Boy Scouts' organization is mil
itary.     Thoir   training
whatever    Sir    Robert
may say to the contrary.   Out of tbou-
san 's of scoutmasters those who have
not   had   military   educations  can   almost be counted upon one set of fingers.     Stories   of   the   pleasures   and
glories of military life are continually
dinned   into  the  the   scouts'  ears  by
their instructors, on tlieir weekly expeditions into the country and at their
cously. the Boy Scouts' movement
took life. "We have here," sail the
ruling classes, "a mighty organization for the uplifting of the masses. It
makes boys healthy, manly self-reli-
is military��� ant' chivalrous and patriotic. In Its
Baden-Powell ranks social differences are unrecognized. In its very nature it Is democratic. It is non-military. It Is the
very thing this country neods. What
do you think of i: ?"
The masses responded by fiirly falling over one anpther to get their
boys Into scouts' uniforms.
The Boy Scouts' movement really
does a great deal that the ruling
classes claim for it.   It does more, in
annual encampments. ^^^^���^���H^^���^^K_ ^^_^___^__
When a scout readies the age of tHCts- u ma ""fact ures militarists,
eighteen, beyond which he is too old Threo '"mdred thousand are already
for scout life, his master advises hi 11 in P'oeess of manufacture. It is esti
to join the regular army, and a soout-
���New Westminster Land District.
Take notice that I, Norman Caswell,
nf \bbotsford, B.C., miner, intend to
snply to the Chief Commissioner of I
Lands nt Victoria. B.C., for a license
to prospect for conl and petroleum
on and in the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post marked N. C,
N. B. corner, planl ed at the N. E.
vomer of Seel lon IU. ln Township ID,
Municipality of Sumas, New West-
ri'inRler District; thence south Ho
cliains: thence west 811 chains; thence
tiorth SO chains: thence east 80 cha'ns
���to point of commencement and con-
tai'iln.   640 acres.
Dated nt Abbo'sford. B.C., this 9th
dav   or  dune.   A D.,   1010,
iN.OKMAN   CASWELL.
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F. AMITY LODOE NO. 21���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, cor-
ner Carnarvon and Eighth s'ree's
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cort'lally invited
to attend. W. H. West, NO.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O. recording secretarj;
.1. W. MacDonald, financial secretary.
master who has hai the hoy under
his eye and has been looked up to by
blm as a mo'el of all the manly virtues during the eight most impressionable years of the boy's life, is apt
to have a good deal of influence with
tho youngs'or. If tbe boy can not. or
will not enter the army, every effort,
is "mde to pers'ade him at least to
enlist among the Territorials who
correspond roughly with the militia In
the United States but are
ins'it ut ion vi'h a good deal nue-'
military work to dp than the militia
has.
It    is   almost   impossible   for   the
The destruction of tlie   house   fly ii a   public
I'jty.     A!moil ev-ry American   Stale Boaid ol    thing-"
icolth i> carrying on a crusade against him.
mated that thefe are 4.0(;0,000 boy3 of
scoutnb'e ape in Great Britain, anl
Sir Robert Baden-Powell hopes to
have them all en'lstel In a coir le of
veins more. Up to a few we Is ago it.
loohed as If lie would succeed, too, for
there's no denying thai the b 'v. like
it. Now that Keir Hanlle and other
labor leaders have begun to (ind fault
however, the movement's progre a
may suffer somewhat.
And yet it is not so easy, anti-
i national ","i,:"'isl 'hough you may he. to keen
a hoy from joining the scouts. A
youn's'er of ten is nol greatly i:n-
pressed by anti-militarist arguments.
In boy society It Is the thing to he a
scout���that's all he knows���and If de-
- niod the piivilege he naturally feels
himself the victim of a grievous
wrong. On tne face of It, Indeed, it
l ioI'b rs if he were. Maybe his a".'i-
mMftarlst father states his reasons.
"The senilis aie a 11 i'itary organization." he explains, "and I don't want
my boy soa':ed in militarism a' quite
so early an are���I'd rather he waited
nnt'.l be is oil enough to judge for
hlmrelf whether militarism is a good
His filthy origin end habits, and the (act that
.is body ii generally laden with disease-producina
���jams maite* him one ol the greatest enemies ol
i.' human race.
11 the housekeepers ot Canada will use
WILSON'S
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE      '
���IN���
HF DAILY NEWS
ads
To which  Sir Robert
Instantly eotres  back:
are not military at all-
scouts." ^^^^^^^^^
"There," says the boy, "now can I
join?"
And what has
father got to say'
satisfy the boy.
Baden-Powell
"The  s-'outs
they're peace
the   nnti-militarist
Nothing that will
p nUt<mtly,   this  peril   would   be   trcmcndoui'y
1 .duccii.
Methodist Pioneer Dead.
Toronto, Auir. ..���Key. Dr. George
Young, one of the early pioneers of
the Me'bodlst preachers, dle.d at his
hone In Toronto todav. agel e'ghty-
nlne yens. He played a ve-" prominent part in church work In the early
da: s i.i Winnipeg.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un
derslgned, and  marked on  the envi
loj e "Tenders for Sewer." will be re
celved at the ofllce of the CommU
sioners of the Transcontinental Pail
way, at Ottawa, Ontario, until twelvi
o'clock noon of the 2fith day of July
11H0. for the excavation, construction
and completion of a main sewer lim
for the Winnipeg shoj s situated I:
Section 5, Tp, 11, Range I K., on tbi
line of the National Tiansconti enta
Railway, about six mill s east of Wlll
ni| eg, extending from the pump housi
and terminal yard to the Seine River
Plans and specifications may b<
s'en in tbe ofllce of Mr. Gordon Grant
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
at Ottawa, Out., and ln the office 01
Mr. S. H. Poulin, District Knglneer
St.   Boniface,   Man.
Persons tendering nre notified thai
tenders wlll not he considered unless
made on the form supplied by thi
Commissioners, which may be had
on application to the Chief Engines
at Ottawa or to the District Knglnoei
at  St.  Boniface, Man.
Knoh lender must he signed and
seale.l by all the parties to the tender
and witnessed nnd be accompanied b)
en accepted cheque nn n chartered
Batik of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the or'ei of the Conn i
s.oncis of the Transcontinental Ral)
way. foi tie sum equal to ten per cent
(10 p, c.i of the amount of the tender
Any icson whose tender Is ac
cepted shall, within ten days af er tin
signing thereof, sign the contract
specifications, and other documents
requited to lie signed, and in any rase
of refusal or failure on the part of tin
party whoss tender is accepted to PXe
cute and complete the contract wilh
the Commissioners, the s ,ld cheque
s''a'l be forfeited to tie Commissioners as liquidated damages for Buch
refusal or failure, an I all contract
rights acqul ed by f'e acceptance of
the  tender shall  be forfeited.
The choline deposited hy parties
whose tcni'cs is accepted will be deposited to the credit, of tlie Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the
due and faithful performance of the
contract according to lis terms.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose lenders are rejected will he re
turned within ten days after the sign
ing of the contract.
The right Is reserved to reject any
j or till lenders.
By order,
P. K.  RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners ot the Trnnscontl
rental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa duly R. 1010,
Newsnanars Insert'ng 'bis advertise
p*ent  Witht Ut aut'iorltv  fro"i  the Com
missioners will not be paid for it. **
":W    WESTMINSTER,   B. ~\
BRANCH
J. Oracey, lor.
White Star-Dominii
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal lo Liverpool
S.S. LAURENTIC���
Triple  screw,   14,900 torn.
S.S. MEGANTIC���
Twin    screw,    14,900   ton*.
largest   and    most   modern
commodation equal to a"y :rw
Ing  the  Atlantic.
For Rate.; and Tickets Apply'0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture  Made to Any
Furniture Repnl eb
Woodwork of  \'\ K'n(1B
39  Alexander St.
poslA
SANITARY   NOTICE.
  t ,,*
All   rubbish   and  giirlmpe ""j M
removed   to   the   fool   of >   (^|
stieet and Fifth avenue, ��*
be burned by the corporation   ^
Any person or persons ((j a
garbage or rubbish of nn�� onii|l
any other street or *��xoniie ���,���
lane, vacant lot or l>""" ' pitl
will   be   prosecuted   tma * m
visions of the Sanitary n>''p^R(*i
By ��r,lei''        sfnlt'O >'^1
City Hull, June 13, 191��'
For Bu kindB of
job printi*"!
' Phone 695
orleave^rsat
I The   Arrow 1^    I
Mrs. E. M. Domlny. ^     Jj
'near The Dully News Co..6i
Street. i/FDN-
ink
;0,Y, AUGUST 3, 1910
of Montreal
RELISHED 1817.
$14,400,000 00
i|TAL 11,000,00000
serve ������������'_\;"L"
��� hroUKhOUt     Canada    ar.d
rancliea        ����  n   ,..���.,������.  Eng.
Chicago and Spokane,
. City.    A  general
.    �� transacted.    Let-
k ,    available   with
.11    pans of   the
111.      ,   ,.  ;,,( .rtment���Deposits
. ���f  $1   and upward,
ei at 3 per cent, per
, , ,   ���  rate).
, ,;   $186,000,000.00
WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
'" ' ryMNBR, Manager.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE  TllliKR.
*'-.*-' ���    .<-**
LAND REG ETP.Y /.CT.
Rei       5. 6, 7 anas, I llo   .
ol the b   ith-i isi
rowm   .:   -
if New W i
When E cf tin
|cate of Titii
In the n;    e of fi
has beei this offlci
Noti e      hi       .  given 1
���'���'  I ������   ��� ������; In tion i
the date of the i       publi.
of, In a daily uews]
,;-<' l
dn 11     ,
m   the   mi      .   ,     alid
made to me In wri   .
'    S. KEITH,
District  Rei Istrai        .    .
I.and   Re  Istl )   tr:, ...
New Wi stminsl .. B, C. J ily 6, 1M0
WHO EQUINES ARE
IRON SUIMTE SPRAT
AT LAST CORRALLED'   �����"T0 ��m
OATH BILL WM
FOR SECOND READING
WINNIPEG    SHOPS    ATTACKED.
I
Nearly Two Hundred Ownerless Horses Rounded Up
;: ��� Saskatchewan Prairies
C. 0.  Lor.gyear, of   Colorado  Agricul
tural    College,   Gives  Advice  on      Large  Number Of   Catholics
CIeari���-3 Lawns of   Pcsi.
Westminster
rareste.r Co.
m none 115-     Darn 'Ftone 137
Columbia  Street.
Lgage   lellvered   promptly   to
lM  part Of tbe city.
'it ancl Heavy Hauling
��� '     ' ���      el   nd iI
.    Sei  i
between the north
District of  Ne* Westminster
Nc* Westminster Lind District.
I    1 .       '    <
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ill;
! ,  i
o   rivers   tu
at  li   Bt, Is at
bave
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In gi
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OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT.
irdiner & Gardiner
[]-. C. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
ffl r,  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
g61 Residence  Phone  133
lone
|0. Box 39a
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
Jobbing   i'romptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
IANK H. DODMAN
ICoach ard Automobile   Painter.
Letti li ;��� an l Top  Repairing,
I  Sixth   Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
DoM Witches tor Ladi. s from $12-/5
ver Watches,    gents'    open ta.ee
fer Watches,  gents'  open   case.
H up.
|k��nt   for    Waltham   nnd     Kigin
. tchvs.
I  ������  airing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
ko Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Take notice that I. Gcorg< Hei ��� tt,
if Abbotsford, B.C., teamsti i Intend
o ap] ly to the Chief Comml sioner
i! Lands at Victoria, B, C, foi a li
.ense to prospect for coal and petrol
emu on an l In the following di Bcrib
oil lands:
Commencing at a post marked Q, B.,
N. W. vomer, planted at the N, \V.
corner of Section 28 In Township 19,
Municipality of Sumas, N'ew Westminster District; thence east 89 chains;
thence south 80 chains, thence west
SO chains: tlience north 80 chains to
poinl of commencement and containing 640 acres
Dated at Abbotsford, B.C., this 9th
day  of June,  Alt.,  1910,
GEORGE BECKETT.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders   for   Paving   Columbia   Street
Extension.
Tho Cor] oi ation invites tenders
from street paving companies for'
grading, stieet ]a\ing. laying of con-'
ere'e sidewalks, and construction of
storm water sewers for Columbia]
street from Fourth stieet to Leo-1
pold       j lac e. I'm lng      companies |
will be required to state term
of years they will guarantee their paving and the percentage of money the
Corporation can retain during the period of guarantee; alsi the steepist
grade they calculate their lavement
is safe for horse traffic.
Plans, profiles, specifications, and
further Information cm be obtained
from J. W. B. Blackman, City Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders will be received up to 5
p, ni. on August 8, 1910, by tbe undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
City Hall, New Westminster, July
!5, 1910.
"N
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to  25  II.  V.
til  4 Oyrle.
Local  Agents
slmioster Iron Works
Phone   5&.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
A. CAMPBELL HOPE
Architect and  Engineer.
HOPE & BARKER. Architects.
New  Westminster-Trapp   Block
Phone 655.
��� '  '���  i
��� "���.>  from th lr pu    .���
'    the I    '   two   :; onths
'���������' ���'��� :   '       radii  ilj   fi |]
il ol   Graham   Missingl.l
i ' fi ai li  - . i.i' rs.
fhe rou    li       p of the horses fol
1 >w<'!  the rej oil  of Dr. Q illlvan, do-
: n  vcti rlnary, to the effect
he I. lev< | tin   liorses we e effecto 1
with glan !e a an i e mine sj; hi is a id :
wi  ������ ,i u enaci  on the rango,   Tl e d i
on govc-i nment awarded the con-
tra< i ol gathi ring the horses to Mi ���
Ingill   Bros.,   tho   well-known   South
atchewan ranchers.    They quick
got togeth r a number ��r the l est
ildora   In  the   district,  and   with   a
Bti lng  of  150 s idd e  boi ses  leit   i >r
I e favorite grazing   ground   of   the
n il l   broni o>.    The   pai ty   inclu led,
be i'es Graham  Mlsslnglll   (captain),
Albert Metzell, Nelson Bonnell, George
li' land,    Bowman,    .Ivans,    Colwel,
Brooks,   and   Dr,  Gallvan,  Dominion
'.' ���'��� inary
The horses wore found in small
bunch.,.:; in different parts of the country. When a bunch was sighted, a
rider would statt it up and the animals would Invariably run i.i a lar^e
circle, returning to where they started from, The ne:.t morning, riders
would be stnUoned, ahout five miles
apart, at points near the circle, Wiethe men were In position thc bunch
would s:. :t again, the first rider chas
lng it as fast as possible for the flrsl
live miles. When the horses reached
tl e second rider he took idler them
and kept them on the high run until
he met a third rider, In this way
the wild bunch would b ��� force l t i
travel as far rs get srty-flve miles in
a forenoon. V.'l <"i the horses had
b< en running tor Borne tl ne it was an
easy  matter to pick the leader.    As]
soon as he was spotted. Albert Met-
. el, "tie .<i the in Bt Bhols In the co in-
try. would ride closi to the bunch ami
shoot I Im.
Alter  tic  l,o:ses  were  thorough);
tin l the riders would cere together
1 and bo id them Into the saddle string,
ri i \   wen   then   rope L,  thrown  and
hobbled.
After two months hard riding, lvn
head   were   brought   Into   Massingill
Bros.,  wit re  they  are  being  t< i ed
for disease,    About fifty head, made
��� ol the lea !ers and those badly In-
,i.e i while bt lni   roped an I hoppled
^ ere shot on t! e  range.
The   majoritj     of    the    horses    are
small  and   the  h.inch   represents  all
I ages,  from  the suckling coll  up to
twenty years and over.    When the nni-
mals wliich being chased the suckling
ICOltS   would   drop   out   and   the   inures
paid  no attention to them  whatever,   j
j The uabranded horses are being I
brought into Maple Creak, nnd will |
be  offered  for  Kale.
B, O. Longyoar, of the Col ira:li
II ;; al   i olli ge,   so-   the   Salinas
Index, is aul horlt)  f ir the I il
lov i .        ,i.i ni   v hich ��ill be bene-
to t  eo ��� ;- ,'. law ns In this
��� -
i he   :.' sl   effectl. e   ar.d   practical
��� cr;,,.! ol '��� loarl ig a dandi lion-Infest
��� a   ol In i  than bj  hand digging,
. bj the use of Iron s ilphate applied
., spraj.   'l he w i Iter h u   sui ce< d
i i w Ith three ap] 'i :atlons In entirely
ill plants of i his common lawn
I est   w ithout   Injuring  tho  grass,    A
Throughout Empire Await
Decision of Parliament.
London. Aug Yea ei daj. 11 moi
lng tin soi on l ������< idlng of thc bill to
an i nd the acci - ��� ��� n dei I u ation, Ea I
(������lie i, ei red t > the fact that Eavl
Grej. w ho i mg hi fore becoming go\
ei noi gi nei al, took an Interest ln t Is
qi i tlon, said :.'. 250,000 Catholh a Ih
Canada and a million 10 Australl.i
weie awaiting their lordBhip's decision,    The   new    declaration    would
\ ..��� i m &
seventy m< women p*id   ��
o thi       \'. R. ��� . nd i te t
, an I    thn    ened    the etilkebre ik��   - ���
���   ��� ;i '.    .... ime ston >
I In l nd it  I
Ii ��� i I , i ���.                   i ,   Bred,    i* ��-
llce reserve* oul    an I   dta
t  '.  I'l * 1 lot<    -       a :   ���    o ie ai  ��� -1
Lati o'clock a Ore broke
In   he weal > ���  >f
en   l in   an   Inai ��� e< ��� I ;.
lace.   Five i er cars and
i ��� ��� .  \. I*- (>   ,    i
tho i 11 loss being \   ..-
\i the ��� ante ll nc a car i f hay was
ed I    the east yard    three miles
, ��� i lie   ;.   ,
are attributed to in,  ndia      i, aa tl s
ol i' o lll-feelin    ���      ed i>> (lie
eoni]   ny's attitude  In   replai lng  tlia
i oi t lon of a 11�� n  so badlj   Info ito l
that   hardly  anything  but   dandelions gladdon  the  hearts ol   12,000,000 tei
was visible a yeai   ago Is now  with- low subjects in the emplri
oul a single plant, and the mas; has      Although   a   vigorous   agitation    ts
thickened a good deal ln consequence, still   carried  on   throughoul   England
A solution ol copperas oi  Iron sui- agalnsl the bill, the measure has pasi
phate made bj dissolving at the rate ed all Its Btages In the house of coin
that'"' "'"' ftnd one<juarter pounds of the mons, and was real a firs! time In the
Ball In a gallon ol water should be ap> house of lords last night,
i li, d to the law n ��Ith a s;n ay pu np
��� i ns to wet eveiv plant it w111 not
do to in e a common Bprtnkler. The
solution must be put on In the form
ot a fine spray applied with some
force to be most effective, \ com- j
men bucket, spiny pump or even a
It md atoml; er, for vei > small ai ei b,
1 s b .italic, pun Ided ii makes a Qne,
fou ible spi ay. i>o not try to hit the
dandelions only, but cover every
B.uare inch of the lawn.    In this way |
all   seedling   plants   will   be   killed
Pul  on  a  second  application  In  two
or  three  weeks  and  a  third  and  possibly   fourth   hue   in   summer   If   any
of the dandelions start  Into growth.
The grass  will  be  blackened   for   a <
short   lime,  but  soon   recovers   nnd
after a  watering and  inowln.    wlll appear darker green  than  before.    Do
nol allow the solution to gel <m ce-l
ment   or  stone   walks,  as  It   produces I
a rather permanent  yellow stain.
First reading li
and  aian ly  Is a
largely
ii o i ure
a formality,
thrown odl
ter  whal
lOOK,
DISMISSED.
COUNTESS
SUES
FOR   DAMAGES
bj  the up] er house   no mai
lis subject may bo   until ll cornea up
for second i eadlng,
The    royal    oath    amendmeiil     bill,
howeier, is nol lllti Ij to meet w Ith
any such fate, tin the contrary, gen
eral approval of hs provisions was
expressed on both shies of the chamber.
The Archbishop Of ('ante burv
Bpoke Btrongly In favor of the proposed change In the declaration and
admitted thai he himself bn l been
consulted as lo the new bill's clauses
and bad assisted In drafting them,
The speedy passage of the measure
through the home of lords and so to
the  statute book  is now  assuiel.
CAN    WOMEN    RUN    MOTORS
OR    HANDLE    AIRSHIPS'
Paris,  Aug.   2.���The
Fontenay, wife of the
of France at Budapest,
it advisable to dismiss her cook, gave
tl e latter the following reference:      |
"The Countess de Fontenay cm lilies
that she has been three years In lhe
service of Mad ine liess. ber cook.!
and that she has done her hest to satisfy her desires. The countess Is
much disappointed at noi being able
to Bubmil any longer to her espei lai
brand    of    character.      Thc    counter,s
Talis. Aug, '..'.The veteran editor,
Henri Rochefort, and the beiullfnl
widow.   Mme.   Du   (last,   ale   bavin,    n
wordy warfare as to whether women
are tit to sail airships. The tormei
maintains    that    women's   education
^vV^p'4'-' /-,Nm.
^_mw^:M}^i
NOTICE    TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS addressed ta
the undei sli ne 1, an i mm ked on tie-*
onvi lo] e " i endi i foi I Iplng Sj stem.*"
i'i i,rn foi Watei System," and "Tea-
dei for Plpa Tunnels and Wiitn.-
case may be, will ba
offii e ol the Cominia-
rranscontlnental liait-
��� intai lo, until twelva
thi    Oth >in\ of July.
water ami oil pip-
n a le a rery offorl to l eep on good
tern b with the cook on account of
the excel'ent quality or i er saui es,
w' ich ' ipeclnlly pleasi d tl a c iunt
she would have still ren alna I al the
osal of thc cook, bul has really
trh d her patience too sorely."
The cook, nol understanding
French, wondered why She was unable to procure a now place, Fnally
she had a translation of the "refer*
ence" made and now she is suIiik the
long suffering countess for damages
���an! worse than all that the coiin-
tess win probably have to pay tbem.
,   J urn
Countess   de
consul-general (
having deemol does not fit them for this kinl of r\
ercise.   Me says they cannot regulate
motor cars ami that  their ability to
i un airships 11 very it mbtful, t > way
the  least.
Mme Du Oast, who combines brains
v, i h beauty, takea up the cudgi I foi
her bbx. She polntB to her own record. Flrsl of all as a balloonist. This
valiant woman made many Bight !
to the motor car, she s ij b tt la quite
as easy as managing a husban I   and
she  apeaka   for   many   won on   who
,1, | i, auton iblles bui ci Bsfully.
Mme Du Gnsl recalls thai she ��������� "������
a ootnpetltor In the Paris-Madrid auto
mobile race, nml thai she was mail
i,... .,,, ,,.., Ueni re ��� ��� fl when re
of humanity caused hei to stop and
care for a wounde.l nun found on the
to I'o.
Rhe likewise to ik pari i" a motor-
hoit race across the Mediteranean,
and. In conclusion, ridicules the Idea
that vanity is the motive thai impels
women to fly.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
Th��  New  Sternwhae'er
JS. S. PAYSTREAK |
''        Ira A-.an-Ker  Milling Cons
lv ��� Sea Westniiivflier, with
p!"" '���-"''   ������ ���" I  freight  as  follows:
ILeave   ���,��., Westmlnaaer Tuesday
~ I Jaturday at �� h. in.
l-   i Iwack  Wednesday, Fit
���   at   7  a.  111.
Et Ca^i; Pisseng��r Accommodition
|0YAL C TY  NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd
i   '.Vestminster.
W. RICH
Naming and Ex-
pressing.
&EALBR IN
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kiwd
of   Job   Printing
Thomson   Bik.
Phons   313
UUUEI'S ITINEKAltY
IN KMIT1SU LULUHUIA
Revised.
I.v.
I1
130   F<*|i ' im
fa-  I-O^^Th    SX.
OD
PHOI4E   R��7
New
Wellington
Wi dne
of
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front  St., Foot of Sixth.    I
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOOO-
WORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
i
i
I'.anff 9:20 h. in.. Monday, August
16.   Ar. G< 1 :en 13:00 p. m., Monday,
August IB.    i.v. Golden  14:00. Ar.
Revelstoke    IS 00    p.m.,    Monday,
Augusl   15.    i.v.   Revelstoke  20:00
p. in.. Monday   August  15,    Ar. Van
couver l- noon, Tu< nl ay. August
Meeting at   Vancouver on night
i ii    :..      '.       it  16.
Lv.  Vancouver  13:00 p   m
day, August 17.   Ar. Victor! i i
p, in.. SVednes lay, Augo it 17,
Meeting  a-    Victoria  on   night
���| hursd i     Vugust IS
!..    Victoria  a     it 23:00 p. m
ml 18    a.. Prim e Rupert S it " ���
August 20,   Lv. Prli ��� ���      ���
day  night  or  oe��l    n ornlng      At
Vancouver   Wednesda     oifi   ,   '���
��� <u Li Vam o ive - I
1; arsday, August 26. Ar Kam
loops 18 50 p. in-, '���'. ii I Aug
ug( ts -i.v. Kamloops 9:00 a m.
Friday, August 26. Ar. Vernon
1. 00 p. m. Friday, August -r-
p,    in .  at  Vernon on  night of Prh
i day. An. ast 2(,.
' Lv   Vernon 1:00 a. m
cut  2',.    Ar.   Revelstoke
Saturday,   Au
itstoe T 45 a. rn
Contractors and
House Builders
Wc Kave a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders' Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
money.
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINIS   and   OILS
/. Ducts," aa the
I im-i bed  al   the
sioners of the '
1 way, at Ottawa,
o'clock  noon of
1910, for:
111  Air,  uie am.
In,". Bystem;
111)   Vaid   water   system]
i:u Pipe tunnels and wiring ducts;
required in connection ��iih the Trans*
continental Hallway .hops east of
Winnipeg,
Plans and specifications may na
Be-'ii in the office of Mr, Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer of the Commissioners,
ai Ottawa, Ontario, and in the office
of Mr. S. H. Poulin, Districi Kiit. nerr,
Bt, Boniface, Manitoba,
Persons tendering aie notified that
tender, will nol he considered uulwm
made on the printed form supplied
bj the CommiBsionetB, which may he
had on application to the filler Engineer at Ottawa, or to the District
Engineer al Bt. Boniface, Manitoba,
Each lender must be signed ami
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, tind be accompanied by an accepted cheque on 6 chartered Hank of the Dominion or Oan��
a la payable to the ordei of the Comml loners ol the Transcontinehtal
Railway, for a sum equal to ten per
��� enl i in p i i of ih" amounl oi tho
ten tei.
Any person who." tinnier Is neeepl-
��� I shall .within ten daj a after tim
signing thereof, pit-n the contract, spp-
clilcatlons, and othei documents re*-
quired to be signed, and In any ease
of M fu nl in failure on the part or
ti e pat' v whose ti ndei la aecepte I
to - ompli te an t exi i ute the conti act
v.Ith lhe I ommls I n ers, the snhl
cheque fimii be forfeited to the Com
mlssionerB h^ liquidate! damages for
such lefiipai oi failme. and all eon
tract rights acquired by the aooept*
anee of the tendei shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposit! I by partb^a
whose tenders aie accepted will h*e
deposited io the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada, as security for the*
due and faithful performance of thr*
contract according to its ipihis.
The cheques deposited by pflrtfe��
whose   tenders   are   rejected   will   brief iirned   wllhln   ten   flays   after   the
signing of the contrat t
The right Is reserved to reject anr?
or all tenders.
ftv order,
Y.   E.   RYAN.
Secretary  to  the  Commissioners  tM
the Transcontinental Hallway.
Dated al  Ottawa. 30th June, 1910."
NeWSpflpers inserting this advertisement without authority fiom the
Commissioners will not he paid for It.
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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l Weekday Schedule i
10,  8 ���".''.
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6:50,
:20,  8:00
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Saturday, Aug-
8:25 a   m
Lv.   Revel
Saturday,  August
0 ' 5 B,  m.. Hat
I.v. Arrowhead
Angutt   2T.
i   iii p. m.. Satur-
tr.  West  rt dison
Saturday.   August.    '
m.
23:10   P-   m-.   Saturday,
N'elaon   Monday   nlg'it,
w0flKS.
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J. BROOKES,  Proprietor
���Corner  Eleventh  and  Carline.
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21.    Ar.  Arrow; < id
nrdar.   August   27.
11:10 n   m., Saturday
Ar. West Robson
day.  August  27.
22:00 p.   m
Ar.   Neta m
August 27.
Meeting   at
%'eiSOB ��:0<1 a. m.. Tuesday. Aug
ott :',o.    Ar. Kootenay Lg
m    Tiiesdav, August !
tenay L'g ISM BOOtlV TljMftfiW
nsf 30.    Ar. Crsnbrook lh:00
Tuesday.    August   :',"       !�����
brook  IT: 00 p-  m
ast 30.    Ar
Tuesday
20:15 t).
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Crsn-
Tunsiiar.   Aus-
Femie   10:25   p.   m..
Amrust   30.     Lv.   Fernln
m    Tuesdny,   August   20.
Ar, Lethhrld. a 4:00 p. m.
da., Augnst 81.
Wedues
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 6 50,
R.ftfl and  every  half  hour 'her 'after  Until  11   p   tn,
Cars leave  Vancouver for  West minster   nt   6:50,
ami every half hour thereafter until  11:30 p. rn.
Return Fare:   Adults, 89c;  children under 12,
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for
-,   bj   und every half houi  thereafter until
Cars leave Vancouver for WsStfllllStef   at
every half hour thereafter until  ll:?,l   p.   in.
�� Sunday   1'ATieslon   Hates:   Return   fare.  r,0c;   children,  2>.
t Freight  Schedule��� Freight can leave Westminster for Vancouvei
* at 7:20 a. rn.. 11:20 ��. m. and 3:20 p.   m.    Freight cars  leave  Van-
t     corner  for  Westminster at 0:2��, 1:20 and 5:20. J
{ CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE. *
t City  Limits  Line���20-mlnute serrPa from 6:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. %
* Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. i
* saoperton  Lino���20-minute service from 6:10 ��.m, to 11:30 p.m. J
X Sun lay   Service���20-mlnut4  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11: ::n p.in *
| B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. \
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He fli" North Kast quarter of Section .', Township 19, in tlie District of.
New   Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of Oer-
lificae of Title Number B059F, issued
In tlie name of Allan  A. Cuitia,  ha?.-
been  fi!o. 1  in this olTice.
Notice is lerehy given thai I slialf.
at the expi ation of one montli from
the date of the fhst publication hereoT.
i'l a daily newspaper published in tho
City Of ,\("v Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said Certificate, unless hi the meantime \aiid objection
be made to ne in writ inc.
C.   S.   KKITFT-
District Registrar of Titles
Land Registry Office, New Westmi.��.
ster, B. C, Julv S. 1910.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
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The WESSELTON DIAMOND!
We carry In stock an assortment of BLUE WHITE WESSELTONS.
Prices  In Kings $40 to $400.
These goods are the BEST procurable in Canada, and ls a pleas-
ore to show same.
HOWARD AND LONGINE  WATCHES.
I Chamberlin9s
THC
JCWCLER
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
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EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make;
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & OTJDY
Corner Eljjbth St. snrf EiftHi A**nua*
PHON���. 370u. PACK  FOUR.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
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AUGU8T3
1910
FLAYING    TJ    THE    GALLERY.
.-The trouble in connection with the
s^Jjustment of fne Inferests of the
<-ity and ti.e !J. C. Electric railway
company a; Coquitlam lake, seems to
le Interminable. Most people thought
Jhe Whole matter had been amicably
arrange:! and that the last had been
Lear, of tie dispute. The statement.
put forth by Mayor Lee at Monday
night's council meeting therefore
���came lifee a bolt from ti.e blue. It la
c i.'ont thai the en i of the controv-
��rsy has not yet been reached, and it
sscerr.s no less evide.it, to ns at least,
that this i3 no: tho fault of the eon
J nny.
The ridiculous position assumed by
X'ayor Lee in regard to the correspondence and relations between tho
council and the 15. C. electric com-
jinny must surely c.iuse surprise tn
nine-tenths of the citizens. Hla wor-
:-r.i;> characterized as an insult to the
intelligence of the ratepayers an.l the
council, Lie company's letter stating
ihut us soon as an assurance bad been
given to thorn that there would be no
further opposition on the part of the
city to the necessary development of
t.*e company's works at Coquitlam,
t'.:e desired improvements would be
proceeded with'. We ventuie to assort that no sensible per3nn who reads
J'c cones;.onrfence published In yesterday's News can come to such a
conclusion, or consider "that the city
is being asked to barter away Its
ri. ti's at tbe lake for a proper car
sorvice." Such an idea as that ex-
pressoS by Mayor Lee Is preposter-
o :s and absurd.
There is no threat, no holdup, no
s Lg��CStlon of barter at all. The two
letters a:o perfectly fair, o;ei
ail businesslike statements of a posi-
llon engendered by a clear and evl-
ten: series of circumstances.
As Mr. Glorer joints on; in bis interview with a .W.vs representative,
t e co ; ��� :���' cannot proceed any fur-
tier v.; :. ear line developments i.n
.".f-v Westminster without it lias the
power to v irk with, and as that power most be dericd from the works at
Coqnitlam, and the city hinders tiie
iro.rc;s of these, the company is un-
ahle to proccel. Why in the name of
all that is wonderful such a plain
-strite.T.e.nt of fact should be construed
is an insult to anybody, is altogether
beyond our comprehension. We re-
Aird every one of tlie letters wii'.ten
by the officials of the company as perfectly fair and business like. A more
[oiite letter than that from Manager
Sperling, of July n:j. .it. would surely
te difficult to compose. "While we
are toady and anxious," he says, "to
proceed with tbe various extensions
:.iid improvements in and around Xew
Westminster, we feel that pending a
friendly settlement of the difference
wliich o.'-i.^ts between us regarding our
T.iiit.er development at Coquitlam
lake, we would not be justitlei in en-
Jeing ij i on the very large expenditure which these works would entail,
rv.ore especially as the additional power we are seeking to develop at Co-
quftlam is ne:os3ary for tli" operation of tbo extension and new lines
joa ask for, and which we are willing
to construct as soon ar, we are assured
of tlie withdrawal of opposition <n
the part of the city ti the new Co
qulflam dam." Nfo one can Bay there
is anything unf lr or discourteous
cbotyt such a clear statement of thi
l.evillirtg circumstances as that. And
Sir.'Glover's letter b simply a st .te
rent of the sane point somewhat
iro:e teisoly e pre;s,td.
Major Loa is nol acting fairly or
ui'iaioly iti this mallei'. Ho knew
j::cls:|y how the wl ole thing stood
:ind thai it only remained for the
<Ty  to  give assurance of the  with-
. 't)v;,l   tff   Is   orrosition,   this   b^!:i".
Begs to aniiotince that he has removed to those offices in Northern
Crown Bank Building formerly occupied by E. J. Fader.
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Northern Crown Bank Building
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If you want something" Choice " for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
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REMEMBER,   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS,  10 P.  M.
Extraordinary
argam
V.'e are al n disadvantage
���iders it impossible to in;
tlie many bargains that are offered bere.    But come inside and Iook   around.
with tempting specials that we intend to clear during this last week.    Voi
Before wn close down our Great  Expansion Sale
show   window In use;  and ii  renders it Impossible to  make a  window
The   tnbl
;n'll   be  te.
having only  one
:'   '���"    tiim.
showing ni
1 e luctlons
"s '"'<���' packed
' ' at the
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bared  on  tlie  quality   .nd. supply   of
the city's water, when ue was shown
the   cable   from   Dominion   Engineer
Freeman by Dis'.riet  Manager Purvis
on Saturday last.    This stated:   "You
may  inform  blm   (the  mayor)   again i
of my approval of plans anl  my be-
lief that public interest in  safety  of
dam and quality are safeguarded, and
i that work should pioconl as rapidly
as   possible."    This   Mayor   Lee   said
he was rerfectly  satisfied  with���"All
I want is the assurance from Mr. Free-
man  that the dam  wlll  be safe and i
I
that the purity of the water will  be :
maintained."   lie had this very assur-
I anee in  Mr. Freeman's cable, yet in j
the  face  of  this   he  appeals  at   tlie1
council meeting on Monday and states
j that   he   has   not   received   such   an'
assurance,   poses   as   the   Baviour   of!
I the  city's  rights,  talks about insults ;
and  what not, and winds up by pro-!
l'os.'ng to send coi is of tlie  cones-|
pondence   to   the   London    board    of
directors of the company.   This finale 1
is   worthy  of  a   spoiled   child   wliich. !
failing to ?c-t all  its p'aymates' can-1
dies for its own greedy mouth, sheds
tears  and   cries  aloud.   "111   tell   my ,
: mother."    If such  a  procedure  were
i a 'opted   it  would   make  X?w   Westminster   the   laughing   stock   of   the \
world.     Mayor   Lee's   talk   about   an- j
n:lling  the company's  charter  is  no
iess ridiculous.
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Preserving
PEACHES
Prices   Slashed  On All
Wash Suits   and C
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We an i I] ite a big week among the wash suits etc,   Inspi  i our win
rlow showing today,    We mention some of the snaps.
LADIES' NATURAL LINEN DUST ('('ATS���Full  lengthi
deal for motoring.   Regular JS.50 clearing at     -i-.;j*
1.MUMS' LINEN SUIT���In tan with whi'e Btripe,   Fine qualii
hip length; shirt with pane! front, effoc'iveiy   piped   with  blael
;: e l with jet but! ms.   Regular $11.60.   Now for  54 g.^
SMART COAT���In white with black stripe; full length, wit!
f \ collar, lapels, and turnback cuffs, and three large el bul
Bpeclal 19.50,    To clear      $5.90
SPAIN SEtlHINli WITH
A.NGSY REVOLUTIONISTS
���
Dei    Jaime    Not    Anxious    to    Start
Attempt to Capture Tbrertl���Pre-
ni.er Canalejas Threatened.
California    Peaches
are now over.
Mania
Peaches
a'e  next  to  arrive
Get your  order
in Early  and
don't get left
See our   12  l-2c  Table
of Wash Suitings
Lore are wash suitings ef all
descriptions, Including linen,
cotton Panama, reppe, fas'Iin,
and fine duck. Almost every
shade represented in tiiis
astounding offer. We want to
e'ear there right out���hence
the enormous reduction. Kepu-
I-ii" 20c and 25c. Now for. \ er
yard     12'/2c
Clearing Muslirs at
9c Per Yard
White, self-striped muslins,
whi'e dimities with small colored design) colore l striped muslins, flowered muslins, and
fancy checked designs in various
colors. They measure from 27
to 111 inches wide and come in
a pood range of colors. Regular
values run from 15c to 30c ] er
yard.    Cheating  at,  yr  9c
40c Muslins For 15c
White muslins with bl ick and
colote.1 ombrol le e I      i    alta
h'a;'k and colored printed       ,
of   various   sizes    brown  ��::���
checked    muslins   and
hair-strlped  dimity.    Tl
prises  our  full  slock  ol  bett r
colored   muslins,   an I   I
. ees on sale for this wi ���
regular 25c to 40c a yard, at
I er   yard     15c
Reg.  35c   Usle  Thread
Hose, Now 25c Per Pair
In myrtle, grey, saxe blue, ex-
blood, tan sky. red, champagne, also blae't, Davy, cadet
and tan with whi'e polka dot.
There are Bplendid value at :',"-.
For ore week more, ier pr.. .25c
White Kid Gloves 25c
In odd sizes, a clenn-un bdp-
cial from our Kid Glove Department. White only, la Hob" kid
.loves ln the fp'jpwing sizes;
5.2, :>\. >:, Bty, ii"., 7. and !���-,.
Regular $1 .loves. Clearing at,
I er  pair    25c
Odd Lines in Ladies
Hose for 50c Per Pair
In lace I.isle, strl] ed     I silk
embroidered   novekj        i    ...
shades of 'an. gi ey  bro\(
rose   ,n l   black.    All  sizes in
���  ���    ������ eclal.   Regulai
to 75c ier i ait.    Foi   ;       **-*
Ginghams and Chambrayr, 12 l-2c Per Yard
In novelty stripe?, and checks of various sizes, and plain Chambrays in Blue
Green, Fawn and Grey.   27 inches wide.    All at,  per yard "..12 1 -2c  j
t*.**U m**-*.>Jm*Wl. ���>!. JAM}W%'*,A -M*���,"**i ���!��� - .~I'."*J**4UIaW.
Mail Service
Vienna. Aug. 2.���Don Jaime, - pretender t. the Spenish throne, today
Held a conference with his lieutenants, who are said to have advised
immediate action.
Threats Against Premier.
Madrid, Aug. 2.���i'leuiier t'analejas
has 10 elvod many de ith thieais tnis
morning an.l his bodyguard has been
doubled. Tin thousand troops have
been 8"iit to lelnforce General We; let-
in l atalonia.
Not Reidy to Rebel.
I.ish in, via Badajos, Auk. 2.���The
idoiicals of Spain, realizing their up-
pieparcdn-tifl for war, arc endeavoring
to a eet a truce with the supporters
if tee policy of Premier Canalejas
n his controversy with the Vatican
until such time as they can muster
lUfflcient stie.'ifith for ojen rebellion.
rhe plans of the clericals are con-
e>cd in private dispatches to friends
he o.
Although nn overthrow of the clericals   is   believed   Impossible  at   the
present time, it is certain a bitter po-
'itical   fi:;ht   will   be   wage,   against
lanalejas, *���
Ti e Carlist Bupporte s of l��o:i Jaime
���io ailed with the independent cleric's and they hae notille.! Cana'ejas
hut "we aie determined to use e ery
neans to effect your overthiow with
mi io;:ard to Coneeqtlencesv'
This S3 taken here to ire in that the
lericQls will flrst try to win by poace-
���il   ileitis,  bit  thnt   in   the event   of
defeat, they will rates the stnndmd of
erolt, npr e il  to lhe evil^s hoverinK
on   lhe  Franco-Spanish  frontier,  ask
the aid of Don Jaime, the Carlist, seek
tho support of the Vatican* with the
temporary co operation of the republi-
������'���'3   and overthrow tlie rule of King
Alfonso.
Pre~e   Firm   in   Stand.
n0Te, Aug. 2.���ignoring Mie appeals
ol tie majority of liis cardinals, Pope
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
BBSBBBBS ���PBNMnaMM
; in his antagonistic
It Is  repo te 1  th it
Pirs is coptinui:
policy in Spain,
thousands of loyal Spanish Catholl :s
liaee   signified   their   willingness   to
take ii]) arms ln defense of tho church
against the st-.it".
His holiness has expressed con..
cleiu'e that the Spanish king will be
soon forced to dismiss Premier Canalejas from tho cabinet and appoint
a premier in sympathy with the clerical's iind that in pursuance to tiiis
he will not recede from a IInn position in the controversy with the Spanish mlnls'ers.
The cardinals, liowevor. nre more
apprehensive. The consistory lias received reliable information that the
Clericals of Spain are not prepared
for war at the present time and the
high dignitaries therefore are advising
greater caution on the part of iho
! pontiff.
The vatlcan Is veil aware that a
sl��;n from St. Peter's would cause the
greatest civil war in the history of
Spain, and the Holy See Is moving
I with extreme caution In a situation
that may menn ultimately the establishment" of a republic in the Spanish
peninsula,
1
H. & V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at L'l:Ou.
Vancouver,     daily     ovcept     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, IS:00.
Vie'oriti. daily except  Sunday,  Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Anhe at 8:30, 13:00.
B, &   V.  "States,"  daily  except   Sunday; Leave, S:00; Arrive at 9:1,",.
C. &   V.   East,   dai!};;    Le^e,   8:30,
1 .">:45;   Arrive  at  9:26,  22:30.
Sapperton,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave   8:30,  15:45;   Anfve'at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45: Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,    daily    except     Sunday;
Lea\e S:30;  An Ive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 11 :on;  Aide at  13:00.
Ed mon is,    daily    except     Sua lay;
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at   11 0o.
East   Uurnaby,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive al  14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland.    Tuesday    and     Friday;
Leave, 11:00: Arrive nt 10:00,
Strawberry  hill, Tm s lay and Friday;
Leave,  14:00;   An ive  at   10:00.
South' Westminster, Tuesday and Friday:  Leave. 14:00; Arrive at 10:00
Ladner,  dpily  except   Sunday;   Leave
14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Port   Oulchon,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave. 14:20;  Arrive at  10:00,
Westham   Island,   dally   excepl   Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury. 'daily exce; t Sunday;  leave
14:20:  Arrive at  10:00,
Annacis  Island,  Monday,  Wednesday
antl   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at  10:00.
Annleville,    dally    excepl     Sunday:
Leave. 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,  Tuesday.  Thursday   and
Saturday;   leave,  14:20;   An ive  at
��� 8:30 find lfi:30.
B,   it   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
���   Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale.    daily    evoopt    Sunday;
i   Leave, 14:50; Arrive at ll ;00,
Port    Kells,   daily   except    Sunday;
l one. ] 1:50:  Arrl"e at ll :50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
n n.l   Saturday j   Leave,   14:50;   Aril e at 11:00.
Tynehead,    Tuesday    and     Filday;
Leave. 11:50:  And e at 11:00.
B. & S. "States," daily etfceoi Sunday;
Leo,-e, 15:45; Arrive ;-t 15:15,
Uurnaby   I.n'e.  daily   excent   Sunday;
Leave, 10:00; Arrive at L3:15.
Au.omokile Insurance
Fire Insurance
Your Opportunity
We have now placed on the market
a limited amount of 50 per cent, paying stock of a conservative firm doing
business In the City of New West-
rrins'er and Vancouver. The firm,
wishing to extend their business to
Prince Rupert, require more capital,
���tnd consequently this opportunity is
given to the public to share in the
profits of a sife and going concern,
guaranteeing l.irge profits to those
who art fortunate enough to invest
son-e of their surplus money. We feel
that we are well within the mark In
stating th.it the profits in the next
three months will be 20 per cent, of
th* investment. It will pay you to
ell at our offices, at the corner of
Columbh and Beghle streets, and Investigate this proposition, as an
oportunity of this kind has se'dom,
if ever, been offered to the citizens
of  New Westminster.
Kellington Bros.
Corner Columbia and Begbie Streets Fhcne 680
Life Insurance
Accident Insurance
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X FRESH TODAY-ONE   QUARTER   TON OF j
I Lowney's  Ckocolates
��� I.��tert Varieties  At  All  Prices.     Let  Us SW'  TK��l��
��� To You At
j Ryall's Drug Store
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\fllOt**-30*   '	
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAtiE rivo.
SPORTING
IJi
I 0
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT NOTICE.
SlilOED ALEBTS      IPLEASUHE OF PURSUING
'   iME ELEVEN RUNSJ   IS PBiZE OF VMpSHEOl
_:scrs
,,.. BoyS  Made Once Cham-   Poetry   l3   Extended   to   Montreals  As
Calve fo,- r;e;er,t Defeat on Coast.
"They   Det-.e   Tlieir   Duty."
,s re:! Very
Bad on Diamond.
rs Cam*   Homa   Once.
I ���   .
11
,,,   eleven   to  one  the
���taill demonstrated   their  suet   t|ip   Balmorals,   who
,,,1 ���: ^ e��d 6f the league
,|.,e    The game was good
. ,. flrst and &fth Innings,
. ','. Balmorals went up in the
ni allowed  the  Alerts  to  scoie
"1 rUns���four In  the  flrst and
11 h .,,,  nfth.    Tiu.'   Balmorals
'tMr run in ihe fourth.
.,   .,. ith for tlie Balmorals and
���'.,' for the .Merts pitched good
u) McPhail had slightly the hest
���ven || Smith's support on the
ma nol  so  good,    In  the  fifth
Ryall f0r the Balmorals got as
flrsi  bui he had nol advanced
the si le went out, Mc-
tolding him safe on lirst  while
.'..] i     e ��� en.
..   ��-ere the teams:
p,  McPhail;    lb,
lr;    ss.   Tree;    3b
ej.ald; ii. Bi iwn;  cf, Jamieson;
morals   C, Munn;  p, It. Smith;
,.  Ryall;   ss.  Wright;
Graham;   cf,  Horn;   rf,
4 o ii (i 7 n���11
    0 0 0 10 0���1
j cf the League.
Won. Lost. Pet
Leafg         5       11       .625
....   ii      5      . r�� i r.
i       7      .364
nexl      tne  will   be  played  at
:.   s itui lay  afternoon
��� ibl v. een  the   Maple
���    Melts.
MANY   ODD   RECORDS.
s-npl   -  Nut Cracker Broke 2,344
;,.::s in an  Hour.
is, Aug.   2.���A   lo<s.   newspaper;
[teen Immortalizing a number of;
For- note 1 for od I   ��� r��ordfl      Here
ifew:   M. Duponi  ���    Liourdon. is
hampl n   n .     cracker,    having
lien 2,84-i in sixty minutes. Without
there is n Mr   Clooks
r  midst   who  holds tlie
to i eeler. His achieve.;
"   preparing ahout thirty-one
en minutes,    Ilerr Lud-
���   Berlin,  has  smoked
������������. two hours without
 ��� IBSls is Leys Bolls   who can  make a |
two hours.    Mr.  Low.
��� ii.  is  credited   with
ters in four minutes,
'i i i'ii of Bandwich-
��� i   2,000   in   nineteen
(Montreal Star.)
Having 'ailed t > lift the Mint i cup,
tke Montieal hei',, se Iimdi will now
i.etuin ;o the. e.,.i :,nd take up the
burden they laid down tohen they set
out on their western tour���thi burden
of trying to retain the league championship won last season.
Upon their return they will find
that the burden has not grown any
lighter during their absence, for tlie
Nationals have been adding to their
victorious score with the regularity
of a town clock, And so the Montreals return home to face a most for-
midable rival for championship honors. Perhaps In their post-graduate
course at the hands of the New W'est-
tninstu.' hoys the Montreals have uc-
(|iii;ed some little gems of knowledge
and tricks of art that will simply confound their home opponents, who have
not yet had a Pacific coast experience.
Upon their return the Montreal
hoys should receive a hearty welcome,
just to show that they are appreciated
at home for themselves, and nol because of the liotiois they may bring
to the old town. Worse things can
happen to a lacrosse learn than defeat���unsportsmanlike conduct, tor Instance. And defeat was the worst
that crossed the path of the Montreal
te .tn on Its t;i]) to the coast.
According to the poet, "Tlie pleasure of pursuing is the prize tbe vanquished gain." Whatever consolation
there may be in that, the Montreal
players have it to the full.
As the back concession orator would
aay, "They Been their dooty, and they
done it." li la to be hopei that next
time tlie doing of it may be more ef-
fective.
Eighth
The Municl] al
I oral ion   0f   tile
minster    having
tern Ine I an 1 specified
able to can
that  is to ^^^^^^^^^^^
.   To construct sewers on the follow
ing streets:  namely:
Hamilton    sti ret,   between
and   Sixth   streets;   Seventh
be v. < en   Eighth  and
Pri icess  street, I e
Sixth    streets;    Pi
Fourth str. et eastwards; Sixth avenue Iron Tenth to Sixth streets;
Fifth ave.me, from Tenth to Sixth
streets; Belmont street; St. Andrews
street, from Tenth to Eighth streets;
Fourth avenue, from Tenth to Sixth
sti eels; Kennedy stieet; Blackford
stieet; Third avenue, from Tenth
Sixth Btreets; strict between Ash I
Seventh streets;. Welsh
ton  street;   Robson
Street  Cewer.
Council of ths Cor-
City   of   Xew   West-
by    resolution    de-
tleit ft I I sir-
out the following works;
Eighth
avenue,
Fouith   streets;
tween   Eighth   and
incess   street   from
CANADIAN    NORTHERN
STEAMSHIPS
LIMITED
THE   NEW
St. Lawrence-Brisloi
ROUTE
Magnificently    Appointed ��� Fast
bine Steamers.
Tur
OYAL EDWARD
OYAL GEORGE
13,000 HORSEPOWER
-THE-
to
PHIL   COONEY   SOLD.
Sent 1 It-. Aug. 2.���Phil Cooney, shortstop of the Spokane team, wns sold ,
tonight to the Chicago Nationals. The!
prLe was not state.!, 1, it it was some-1
thing over $1000. Cooney will remain with Spokane until the ond of,
tin  present season. !
Bpokane  has  signed  a  new   under-'
study  shortstop  name:!  Conners.    He
is  a  Seattle  hoy   who  has  been  playing  with   Mounl   Vernon.
f\T  FARMER   MAY
CHALLENGE   JACK   JOHNSON
"   "Aug. 2.���Miles McLeod,
-. e   v. ho i i parents reside
efl tor Chicago and it
���   Intends   to  go  Into
I purpoa ��� of challeng-
b alx feet six Inches
t powerfully  built.    His
-ts an ed to their son tuk-
I
Charge Puzr'es Davidson.
The Montreal lacrosse team Btarted
on tl-elr return journey from the coast
last night. Bays a recent issue of The
Montreal star. .lack Davidson and
Bilty Findlay still adopt an optimistic
tune, the former wiring that they will
make amends by winning the X. L. U.
championship again. Tke general
manager of the assoclatl m is also at
u loss to account for the charges of
discourtesy against the cup chasers
and is much puzzled by the story of
the excursion planned for their en-
lertainm nl which they turned down
at the last moment.
BASEBALL
OXYGEN  IS  KEEPING
OLD JOE GANS ALIVE
Albuquerque, N '���!.. Aug. 2.���Joe
Clans, aceompanie i by his wife and
a physician, passed thiiugh Albuquer-
(;ae tonight. Tke old fighter is apparently in a dying condition'.
Tic once famous lighter is making
an effort to reach lis In me in Baltimore. By the use of ox> ?en the doctor hoprs to hi ins hi3 pat.ent through,
avenue,     from     Tenth     to     Eighth
Btreets;  Queens avenue, from Fife toi
Sixth     streets;     Gloucester     street; I
Royal avenue, from Tenth to Seventh !
Streets;   Agnes street, from  Tenth  toi
Blackie   streets;   Agnes   street,   Lorn'
Eighth    to    Seventh    streets;    Agnes;
stieet,     from     McKenzie     to     Sixth!
Btreets;      Moody     stieet;      Holbrook
street;     Cunningham     street,    from
Eighth     to    Sixtli    streets:     Victoria;
���street, from  Eighth stieet to Lorne;
Vlctoiia    street,    from    McKenzie    to
Sixth  Btreet;   Carnarvon  street,  from]
Tenth   to   Blackie   and   from   Eighth;
to    Lorne,    and    from    McKenzie    to ���
Sixth   slice; ;    Kan,aye   street;   Clark-!
son   Btreet,   from   McKenzie  to  Sixth
street;   Columbia street,  from  Tenth!
to    Mclnnes   .streets;    Tenth    stieet. j
lrom Columbia sr.eet to Seventh avenue;   Mclnnes stieet, from Columbia:
street to Royal avenue; Gilley street; j
Ninth street;  McXeely street;  Blackie!
Btreet.   from   Columbia   to   Carnarvon!
streets;   Summer street;   Burr street
from  Milton  street  northwards;   Sim-1
coo  street;   Eighth   street,   from   Co-J
lumbia street to Eighth avenue; Alex-;
ander   street;   Begbie   street;   Lome j
street;   McKenzie street;   Fife street;
Ash    street;    Seventh    street;    Fifth
street, from Sixth to Seventh avenues;
Fourth Btreet, ftom Sixtli to Seveith
avenues.���To ise known as the Eighth
stieet   sewer   system.
Ami that the said works shall be
carried out In accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvement
General   Bylaw,   1909.
And the City Engineer and City As
sensor having reported to the Council'
in  accordance  with  the  provisions  ofl
the  said  hylaw  upon  the  said  works, I
giving      statements      showing      the!
amounts estimated  lo be chargeable
against   the   various   portions  of   t���-al j
prorerty to be benefitted by the said !
works  and  other  particulars  and   the I
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopt-
ed by the council.
Notice is hereby given that the said |
reports   ;ue   open   for   Inspection   at
I tho  Ofiice  of  the  City  Assessor,  City j
Hall   Columbia Btreet, New Westmln-j
|ster, B. C, and that unless a petitions
against    the    proposed    works    above!
mentioned,  signed   by   a   majority  ofl
ithe  owners of the  land or real  property  to be assessed or charge I  in respect of s'leh works representing at i
least one-half in value thereof is pie
sented  to  the  Council   within   fifteen
da' s from  the date of the first  publication of this notice the Council  will
|proceed  with  the  propose.   Improvements   under  such   tenrs  and   conditions as to the payment  of the cosi
of such improvements as the Councl!
may by bylaw in that behalf regulate
and  determine and  also to  make  the
said assessment.
Hated this 2nd day of August, A. D..
1910.
J.  A.  RENNIE,
AC ing City Clerk.
Date of flrst publication. August 3
1910.
Full   information  on  application  tb
ind IE. GOULEX, Agent C. P. R., or from
street;   Mil- WM.    STAPLKTOX.    General    Agent,
venue;   Queens'Room (14 Scott Block, Winnipeg, Man.
Phone, Main 9060
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone  714
Head Office    -    Mortreal, Que.
Camtal $6,000,000
fo-st Funds  4,600,000
Total Assets (over)  6fi,000,000
ESTABLISHED  1864.
This Bank hae 145 Branches in Canada.
A General Banking Business
Transacted
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
We give Special Attention to Savings Bank Deposits
$1.00 Starts an Account
Best rates of Interest paid.   No delay in
Withdrawals
OPEM 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.
I
A BUYER
FOR THIS
7 Roomed House, with
furnace in basement.
Thoroughly Modern.
Splendid Location on
5th Avenue, and Close
to Car Line.   Price,
$4,500
Rae & McLellan
Trapp Block
Phone  714
SURE!
Acme  Stfda  Water, Ginger A'e and Pop���
Acme Soda Water was fust climbing to the top;
Eut Acme Soda Water took an awful fall���
They busted their machinery and couldn't go at all
Cut the  Acme  Machinery  lias  undergone repairs;
So now  Acme  Soda  Water  is selling everywhere.
Ns>w did you see the other fe'lows?
They vve:e surely on the hop.
Tiwy thought the  Acme had made up tlieir minds to stop.
Uat remember, accidents will happen to the best of us they say:
Acme Soda Water has certainly come to stay.
���-.o
Thc   ACME   SODA   WORKS
Telephone 689.
Simpson   Street.
Olfice:  304 Colun-.bia Street.
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They have distinction, are appropriate and exhibit refined taste.
CUT GLASS in Celery Dishes,  Spoon Trays,  Hon  Hons, Kern  and
Flower Pots,  Vases and  Fruit Howls at prices from $2.50 to $25.00. .
SILVERWARE   In   great   variety   from   PJciUe   Jars   at   $3.00
Tea Sots at $25.00.
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NEGRO PASTOR PREACHES
ON "TOO MUCH JOHNSON"
Pittsburg, Aug, 2.���"Too Much .lac!;
dohnson" was the theme of a sermon
by the Rev. A. A. Rer. il, tbe negro
castor of the Warren A. M. B. church,
Inst evening.
"I believe tie members of my race
have gone far enough In their jubilant
s'"ee o'er tie victory al Reno," he
s-ild. "Too much ,1 'tinson has male
its mnd. The nemo <s still a missionary proj'lo and wlll be tor many years
to come Consider thai ll took the
white nue 2.000 years t > got where
it is and li Is s'i'i far from perfection.
We ha'o harder b"ttles to flghi than
those of tl e prize rlne. Lei t'e sober
trcn'a! sides of our nature get a proper paling.
"Tbo'e hos been absolutely toi
much Johnson on our lips and pcr-
luil s in our hearts."
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders wlll be received bj
the undersigned up to noon, Angus'
16, for the election of Tramway Station and OHlce lluil^Pg at New West
minster.
Specifications cm be secured at
offices of Ma-Olnre & Fox, Architects
Winch building, Vancouver.
Tie lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
W. H. llizlitt.
B. C. ELECTRIC RY. CO.. LTD.
New Westminster, August 3, l'.un.
TROUT   BY   MILLION   FOR
INLAND    EMPIRE   WATERS
iJHtSeS^e8-eV"'league0     '     *
f. kanc��'Jver
''"'ner
R. IL B,
    3 fi 2
....   1 7 0
R. H. B.
^^^^^^^  2 S 4
St,���.:    i    11      1
landing 0f Clubs.
���i-i.                       Won.  Lost. Pet.
=oti er   r,s     48 .r>ii8
v~t.         5fl     4!) ,��83
l>'l��                53     40 .520
r.  40     (',.. ,383
'���ne-viv.,. *m,,T��d.��>.
'��� '' 7    .:,"um:i.  Recrcalion
i;., ,,':  ' p. ni.
"��� "' Seatt'.-
Bpokane, Aug. 2.���Spokane Hsi
Protective assoeia'bm has completed
Brrnn. ements to liberate between .>,-
(100.000 and 0,000,000 cut-throat and
rainbow trout and crapple fry in the
lakos anl rivers of the Inland Empire
before the ck��e of 1911 the llrst being
placed in Liberty and Newman lake,
in Eas'ern Washington next October.
S S Drew, superintendent of the
Spokane hatcheries, who has 350,000
trout try on hand, snys that more than
l ooo.ooo will be hatched during lBiu
nnd that the capacity ol the plant will
bo increased to 5,000,000 a year in
1911, which is believed to be sufficient fry to restock the waters in this
part of' the northwest. The crappie
will come from the .���nvornment s
hatcheries in the east, Efforts have
b oi made bv various organizations
during the last three years to obtain
ornprle fry. but were unsuccessful.
Officers of the association repot
tvt the .ove-nnienl will co-operate
with the local men In ^oeklng-me
streams with these e'fte���^' T��!
nssoria'ion will assist In enforcing the
state fish 1*W.
Polo  Mutches   Postooned.
Narragansett Pier. if. I., Aug. 2,��� I
Wet g:ovinia canned the postponement
Of all the polo matches scheduled for]
today   ia   the  national   championship
tournament
i
PREMIER   TD   DECIDE   CASE.
Ar.s'A'er   Todiy    in    Ka'nloops'    Fight
With C. N. R. !
Kamloops,   Aug.   2.���An   answer  to
t'-c application of this city to Premier
McHiile to have the Canadian North-1
ern   railway   place   K&mioovs   on   its1
main line will be decided by him to- j
morrow.   A committee from the board
of trade will present a petition to him I
whoa lie arrives to attend tlie irtiga-j
tion convention.
According to the present plans of
tlie C N. It., the main line will conic
within only  four elites of this city.
The   Kan.loops people arc fighting to
have the road build down the north '
fork of the North Thompson river to '
iis   confluence   with   Ihe   soutli   fork
opposite the city.   As an Inducement
they   have  Offered   to  bear  one-third
of U'e ex|K:nse of a  bri.'go over the
south fork for the C. N.'s Okanagan
blanch, lo donate a strip of iIght-of-1
way along Lorne Street for the Vernon '
biancli un.l al30 to furnish a terminal
site. !
Thov expect in return for these concessions that the company will build
its slio; 8, which v,i;l probably be
lai-cr thrn the C. P. It's nt Revel-
et.ile, at a point v.i'.biu a irJlo of tho
clly.
August 2, 1910.
Pellingham���Got 38,000 fish yesterday, of which 3,000 came from Salmon banks, 1 400 from seiners and
balance from Lumml and Gulf.
Anaeortes ��� Got 8,000 fish. Only
lifted one trap.   Nothing from seiners.
Brunswick Cannery���Got about
4,000 fish yesterday.
St. Mango���Got 10,000 fish. High
boat yesterday, 406. No boats this
morning.
British Columbia ���Got 3,000 fish
yesterday and 8,000 flsh this morning.
Imperial���Cot about 22,000 fish yesterday.    No boats in this morning.
Vancouver���Got 5,000 fish yesterday.    No boats in this morning.
Gulf of Georgia���Got 11 G33 fish yesterday.
Scottish-Canadian���Sixty boats averaged  300 yesterday.
Phoenix���Got 23,000 fish yesterday.
Great Northern���Got 4.800 fish yes-
, terday from i!8 boats. Ten boats in
| this morning averaged about  100.
Ewer.s���Got 8,500 fish yesterday.
Twentv boats averaged 100 this morn-
lag.
John B.'Gray
WATCHMAKER
Trust   Block.
AND JEWELLER.
Dominion  Trust   Block. Columbia   St.
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COMPLAINS    OF    TREATMENT
AT    WINNIPEG    HOSPITAL
Winnipeg, Aug. 2.���Ja!:e Barman.
T."i5 Selkirk avenue, has written a let-
tor to the board of control, claiming
that after thirty-nine days of treatment he was discharged from the
public ward of the general hospital
uncured, and that he ls still very ill
and unable to pay for attention. Barman first appeared with a friend be
fo'e the board and presented his case,
but was asked by the acting chairman to state lt In writing.
Resides protesting agalnsl liis
treatment he has, ho states, since his
discharge, Fiilay, been hounded by
the city collector, for a poitlon of the
bill which he ran up against the city.
The bill amounts to ?H9.
At the hos;,ital a different s'ory ls
related. Dr. Gunn states that BnT-
man came to the hospital oi Jun* f>.
I'e was found to be suffering fwn
p'eur'isy. For soive weeks his teojpe*.
ature ran very high, but be was gradually b'ought back to health, and on
July, 1 Ills pulse and 'em; eruturc v.^re
normal. Els condition continued
good   and after he had made Hntua]
Insure Your Livestock
For a small cost you can insure yoar horrsp,, *wv, *r other livestock, against death from any cause in 'live BnttSsb Empire Insurance Co.,  Ltd.
If you own a small houre worth but n Tew heatoefi dollars, you
would wan] it insured at once; jet that house can Mly Im destroyed
ky fiio, while your horse or cow may be lost t�� ���jum Iby flic or fro.n
a   hundred   other  causes.
d'*dj;lng by the business already done by tlilc company tcn:ls fair
S�� Ti;al�� the insurance o:i each Individual o-wj>er *:> b rail that anyone owning a horse or a cow can't afford to tKl:e line nUfc individually.
CALL TODAY FOS RATES.
ALFRED  W-  McLEOD
"The insurance Man"
631 Columbia Street Phono 62
requests to he alio wo .1 tn leave, bo
w-'B gnm'ed R discharge 01 duly 22.
At tli* line al! cvl'enccs of his tiou-
b):' ht 1 diBipj eared.
** appears thet Barman has sufe-el
a tclaps\ for  when  he came betnre
tfee board *& control it \va3 sco.nln;;ly  pital
with tl�� jyreatrsl pain that he moved,
continually keeping his right hand
pressed to the lower portion of his
Wft lung. The clly health olllcer wlH
U':t.dy to raked to Invc.stlgut.a nnd
Barman wiU be returned to the hoa-
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY
AUGUs
Railway Time Tables
u. C. E. li. Westminster branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Curs leave Vancouver for New Westminster at y>:~iu, G:i��U, 7:20 and 8:0u
a-in., and every bali hour thereafter
nniil  11:38  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 0:50. 7:20 aud
C:00 a.m., and every half hour there
after  until   11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New West
lain-'ter al S:UU aud H:liJ a.m., and
every half hour thereafter uuii;
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vai,
eonver at 3:00 a.m , and ev��ry tial
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
OIL KING TAKES TO        tCUlNAMAN STARTS FIRE      PATHETIC APPEAL FOR
WHISKY EXTERNALLY I    ANB IS NEARLY LYNCHED    $5,000 TO RECOVER ROY j
John      D.      Rockefeller's     Physicians
Order    Baths    of    Distilled    Corn
Juice   to   Rejuvenate   Him.
Survey    Gang    on     Irrigation     Work
Has   Tough   Experience   Through
Oriental's    Care'ess less.
,xenrsion
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave  Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays  cars leave  Westminster
at 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern  Railway.
Lv.  N.  W.  11  a.u..;   ar.  Seattle
���tn.
Lv. N. W. 4:30 p.m.;
|).m.
Lv. N. W. 12:27 a.m.;
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;
p in
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
3:65
ar. Seattle 9:40
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar. N. W. 2:55
ar. N. W. 9:30
; ar. N.W. 6:20
; ar. N.W. 6:29
Cleveland, O., Aug. 2.���John D.
Rockefeller lias taken to whisky as a
bath, lhe whisky baths have been
prescribe d by his physician to preserve bis strength and render him ah ���
to withstand the rigors of golf, hia
favorite pastime. This was learned
today from a member of his household.
Mr. Rockefeller has found the exertions resultant from strenuous exercise on the links too fatiguing, and
his physicians fear rheumatism will
sot in unless he bathes in whisky.
In line with his physician's prescription the oil king had adopted an innovation  In  his  living methods.    In-1 of tlie party
stead of sleeping  until eight  or nine
o'clock  in  tlie  morning lie has began
Calgary, Aug. 2.���Out on the fi:e-
blackened prairie, thirty-fire miles
from tiie nearest town, which liapp< nc\
to he Bassano, a Chinese yen'.:, who
answered to the name of ".iiai." had
the  scarce of  liis  life  la.it  Saturday
Dr.
when live enraged members of a survey party threatened to lynch hi n.
aud weie only stopped by Engineer
Rath, who was in charge of the par:.'.',
and who stood iii from of the Chinaman with a club and tiiieaienc-d to
knock down the first man who touched him.
The story, as told by the members
Mariano    Scin-.rei,    Whose    Kidnaped   Sen   Is Threatened  by
B'_ck Hand, Seeks Aid.
New York. Aug. 2.���A pathetic appeal to friends to raise (5,000, the
'amount demanded by agents of the
black hand society for the ransom of
his two-year-old sen Michael, and for
the life of himself and liis wife, has
been mad" by Dr. Mariano Scimrea,
The child was kidnaped June 21, and
the last hope, apparently, for his return to his parents lately was dlssi-i
pated when Dr, Scimrea and his wife
received a demand from the terrorists
tor an immediate settlement. They
wrote that they would not accept any
-VIA
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
-TO   THE-
INDUSTRIAL and AGRICULTURAL
who returned to the city
yesterday, is that tlie cook started a|sm��� |CB8 1]ian ?6|000i
fire   that   destroyed   all   their   helon
In his desperate plight, Dr. Scimrea
las pawned his wile's jewels for $700
to get   uj) ut   tive  o'clock.    His  hour | lngs and ga\e them a hard eighteen
for retiring at night has been moved   hours' work.   They had heen working
several  hours  and  liis day  now   re- al] summer on the irrigation surveys and he rays that the black hand agent
sembles very much that of a farmer,    and   had reached   a   point   thirty-five i
Af.er   his   whisky   bath   he   dresses, j miles   northeast   of   Strathmore   hist
reads   the   morning   news   and   then j Friday.   Tlie cook had been all along1
eats bis breakfast. From seven o'clock cautioned   about   being   careful   with
until eight-thirty o'clock or nine, mall' his flies, but on Friday he carelessly
and business occupy  him.    Then the  emptied  some hot  asiies  on  the dry
brisk
rest of the day is spent govmg.
FOR    AND    AGAINST   CREMATION
Arguments Advanced in the Prussian
Lower House in debate.
Berlin, Aug. 2.���\fi tlie Prussian
lower house yesterday there was a hot
dohate on ciemation. Prussia is the
only German state whence cremation
is  forbidden  by  law.    The object of' ed
prairie, and in a minute a bri.sk lire
had Btarted. Besides the Celestial
only one man was in tlie camp, a leveller, who had been ill, and had been]
left behind for the day. The cook'
did not call this man at first, but tried
to put tlie fire out alone, and it was
not until it was nearly out of control
that ho called for help. Tlie leveller,
seeing the camp was in danger, rush-
into    the    engineer's    tent    audi
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday, from water front freight
shed 3:30 p.m. and from bridge passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at
Port Guichon fi:30 p.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon 7:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday, arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
0:20 a.m., water front freight shed
9:30 a.m.
the resolution was to induce tlie gov-1 brought out the plans and records of
j ernment to bring in a bill permitting I tlieir year's work,  ans  as   it   suhse-
the   practice.     The   main   arguments quently turned out, this was all that
against cremation were that burial has   was saved.
an ancient Christian tradition author-' In the meantime, the other mem-
lzed by Christ and His apostles of hers of the party had seen the fire
tiie early church, and that, if crema-|and returned to put it out.   From Frl
refuse! to take that amount, although j
they know it  is the largest sum thai j
he personally can tender them,    Tlie!
savings   of    his    relatives,    he    adds, I
would not much more than double the
$7C(i and everything else he had  h::s
heen s; cut to trace the kidnaped hoy.
The frantic father lias been warned
to give up the search for the boy and
has heen  threatened  with  immediate
death unless the demands of the black
hand are met.    He has given the police letters in which tlie black banders
threaten  to dismember  his  son,  and
lately a  bomb  was   found   near   the
Scimrea apartments.
USt 1 5 to 20.
AT VANCOUVER
.kets on Sale August 15 to 20.    Fir.al Return Limit
August 24.
Fare $1.05
For the Round Trip From WESTMINSTER.
Apply : Or Write To :
ED. GOULET, Agent,    C. B. FOSTER, A.G.P.A,
New Westminster Vancouver, B. C
ADVERTISE   IN  THE
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas fi:00 a.m.. arrives
biidge passenger station 0:20 a.m.,
water front freight shed 0:30 a.m.,
daily except Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster water
front freight shed at 3:30 p.m., bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m., arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
tiun was introduced, a serious blow
would be struck against the-Christian
doctrine of tlie resurrection of the
body. In favor of cremation It was
urged that graveyards were unhygienic and unanaesthetlc and opposed to mo.'ern conditions of life.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:43������Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental Xo. 07; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassir, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
1fi:_5���Wilh train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, SumftS aad St. I'auJ; re
turning arrive Westminster IS: 12.
19:35���With No. Ofi Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, and No.
if fl01n -"at; arrive New Westminster 22:02: -~ ~z���*    : 4 * +
\\D 66ULET, Agent C. P. U.
H. C. B.  FOSTER,  A. G.  P. A., Van
couver.
Would   Suspend   Duty  on   Wheat.
Paris. Aug. 2.���The damage to tho
French wheat crop and the rise in
price of wheat in America have sent
the price here up three francs per
hundred kilogrammes in the past
thirty days. Wheat is now selling
here at 28.50 francs per hundred kilogrammes. Flour has made a corresponding advance, the piesent price
heing 51 francs, the figure of last October. Many linkers announce an increase of five centimes per kilogramme in bread on August 1.
An afritation in favor of tlie temporary susiension of the Import duty of
seven francs on foreign wheat has
heen begun.
day afternoon until well on into Saturday morning they worked, aud the
flames had laid waste a tract ten
miles square before they finally got
them under control. Then they returned to camp, and it was.here where
the lynching almost occurred.
Tiied out after tlieir work, the men
returned   to  the  camp,  or  to   where
the camp was, for when tliey reached
it  there was nothing to be seen  but
a heap of  ashes,    lt   was  then   that
they learned that the cook had started the fire, and with the thoughts of
a  thirty-mile walk before them, with
no food or water, after eighteen hours'
| fighting tlie fire, the men became al-
' most   unmanageable,     A   1 ush   was
j made 0:1  tlie terrified  cook,  who   at
best  would  have  received   a   severe
I heating    had  not    the    engineer    In
charge    maintained    order    with    his
club.
Tho party then walked to Bassano
and took the train   into Calgary, aril iving hero yesterday to outfit again.
_ CANADIAN PACIFIC
'*"B.C.CoastSS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS  FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Dally
1:00 p.m   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. in    Daily
It;00 p.m   Daily except Saturday
11:30 p. m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Dally
TO   UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 ]>. m    Mondays
8:00 a.m...Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 n. m. Every Thurtfiay and Sat.
TO bTEWART {Portland Cinal).
11:00 p.m    Kvery   Thursday
S.S. Beaver leaves New Westmln-
s'er 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays; leares Chlftiwnck 8 a. in
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
EJ> GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
C.   11.   FOST!.!?.
A. G. P. A., Varrooirrer.
All   Our   Curtains,    Window   Shades and Carpets
reduced.    This means a great Saving for
those furnishing
Here A
10-Piece
re
Barg
0
8
MISSION DINING ROOM SET, Comprising
Seated Chairs, Extension Table, Buffet, China
Dinner Wagon.
Six   Leather
Cabinet ard
This is a Wonderful Bargain.    Price   -   JpuiS.UU
SEE OUR WINDOW
INLAID    LINOLEUM,
square  yard	
per
75c
WINDOW SHADES, mounted on hartshorn rollers	
40c
FLOOR    OILCLOTH,
square  yard	
per
25c
LINOLEUM,    Twelve    Feet   g{j��
wide, per square yard	
HAROLD
Leading; Man In "Pierre of the Plains,"
NELSON
At the Opera House,
Friday, Auk.
*i'
!oiny & Gafilo
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
43-45 Sixth Street, New Westminster,
B.C
Stcra Closes  Wednesday At 1 p. m.
'i*>8. x .*',���'..'��:
$50 Down and $50
Every 6 Months For
Two Years, Buys a
CHOICE   LOT   At
& .-���irt'tti&m^��'*
tttjCa**.-
���J.   ��fc ".I    .     ���
White Rack  Time  Table
Leave New Westminster-
8:15 a. m., 10:30 a. m,
4:30 p m., midnigh'-
Leave White Rock - I'-02
a.m.; 1:59, 6:36 and 8.��
p. m.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents
^^mm^mmmm"
l-~br*-s J��i*S!'!6'
W^__^g__M v.dn
DAy. AUGUST 3, 1910
0ZSS directo��1-
C^ iDB-NBW  WfciBT-
U   i : j Tra |e meets in t"t
-'     tu�� Hall, as follows:
.   ip      ,      ���.   each   month;
i THui   I   '     ���' tue     tmrd
rterl.v       ;     ,.    |V.  May, August
. f _ p.m.      Annua
Id ������' ' ���    third   Thursday ot
,   members   may  b��
,,���,! at any month;
fepos ��� ,,     meeting.      C.  H
01 o-.de secretary.
THE DAILY NEWS.
��     PAGE SEVEN.
WiaiaakaaMsmi nili li'llii i iiii liiii  -' ;'''; ;***k- '-^'i;
MAHAN'S CRITICISM
"Let good digestion wait on appetite, and health on both! "
They will if you take Shakespeare
STIRS OP ENGLAND
31
"^TiT PRESS FOR EVERY
���M1NS,    rutin"      Mld*et l00Se
'1 of j��.'roX Carbon Papers.
I;f le^f;  '   o     Pox 142.      Old
���bone   ���-;.   Bjocki glxlh street.
busks w     ���"���iP . >S
*Wki*\T*?ria��fa
WE CALL
lllll
:!;;:;
Magazine Article by American Admiral on Unprepar-
edness Causes Comment.
They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, and make life worth
living a^ain for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. lf your druggist has
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mai! them. 35
t National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited.       .       Montreal.
N'eu's
PIANO TUNING.
kV       i,v your local tuner, W. E.
^J!JMu.! Bac, 8H Dublin St.,
Robin Hood Flour
"The Flour that is Different"
lartln
[,615.
LABOR AGENTS^
-���, TABOR AGENTS! MANA-
P' jSykes), 62 Powell street
F ������L ' Phone 3575. Prompt
k��n" ,,,., to all orders tor
'��� ' 1P Ring us up, wire ot
Z if unable to visit us.
RSI
/
fctJWSAGfr
%!
I
We must stand ready to prove
it and also prove that the difference is so marked, so worth
while, that you will feel this is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
PROFESSIONAL.
DK &  EDMONDS, BARKS
'   ;,    Boiicltors,   Westminster
Columbia street   New
,,���.���,.   \Y. J. Whiteside, H.
fers
rust
_(���?���'n\\
Edm'�� '���'	
.,���.' WHEAIXBR, McQUARRlE &
*' ','.,.;'��� ters and Solicitors
l:'...\.   , offices, Rooms 7 and 8
ti    . corner Columbia and
f.-.. reels;    Vancouver   r/f
I '   \.   ,.,,.    building,   41   Gran-
llie' street. P.   C.   Wad",   K.   C:
Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. G. E
lartln.
ITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Lccountant.      Tel.    lt 128.    Room,
in i  Trust Hlock.
ll P li i EXPERT ACCOUNT.
1,, \U AUDITOR���Agent for the
Ball Safe Co. Ollice, Room '.', West
er Trust block, clly.
DGRAPHY     &     TYP^WRITINC
lEEMAN   bunting,   room   22
Curtis Hlock.   P. (.). Box C94.
l*V   \m We ask you to take no risk.
mkxjaw.��kS_1 Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory that you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may
take it to your grocer and he will give you back
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flour order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
MOOSE JAW, SA-iK. UMinso
jSTOM      STENOGRAPHY       A.NU
fypewrdlng;   copy    work.   buslnest
Courubta street.  Tele-
London, Aug. 2.���A recent article
by Admiral Maiian, the great American writer, on tlie German fleet and
England's unpreparedness for agreat
war, lias caused a tremendous lot of
discussion in the lobby of the house
of commons during the past few days.
Admiral .Mahan hinted that, while
some form of compulsory military service was strongly admissible, lie did
not believe that anyone in this country believed in national service be-
coming an accomplished fact. It is an
open secret that several labor members are In favor of it, and that Sir
Edward Grey and Lord Morlo are two
members of the cabinet who certainly
are not opposed to it. in their hearts.
But U,e most significant fact is the
very  recent occasion of strength by
members  of  parliament  to  the   National  Service league   of which  Lord
Roberts i.i the enthusiastic president.
During the i as:  few dajs a number!
of n embers belonging to both politi-
cal parties have candied themselves
iu  the   l ague  and   the  latest  return'.
shows that 163 members of parliament
or   nearly   one-fourth   of   the   whole
house,   have   pledged   themselves   to!
further the cause of national service.
During tlie whole or 1003 only 550
persons joined tlie league. Duiing!
the past six months 31,000 ne.v members have joined. Secretary of War
Haldane is officially op[osed to any
form of compulsory training, because
he has yet to see his territorial army
scheme crowned with success, but his
inti'rate friends declare h s would
publicly favor national service if lie
dared face the wrath of such uncompromising enemies of the league as
Lloy.l George and Winston Churchill.
Meanwhl'e il is freely predicted In
the lobby of the house of commons.
that once ibe house of lords question
is settled and out of the way, tbe
great issue between the parties wi
be that of national military service.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Tenders   for   Royal    Columbian    Hos
pital,  New Westminster, B. C.
Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned, and marked on tbe envelope "Tenders for Royal Columbian
Hospital," will be received at the
ofiice of the Secretary, Thomson block.
Now Westminster, B. C, until 111
o'clock noon, of Monday, the fifteenth
day of August, 1910.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the offlce of the architects
Messrs. Birds �� Blackmore, 306 Loo
block. Vancouver, B. (.'., or at the
Secretary's office, Thomson block,
New Westminster, IJ. C.
Kach tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender, and witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a
chartered  bank, payable to the order
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that an application has
boen   made   to   register   Duncan   Bell
iIa.ll as the owner In fee simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from E. A. Wilmot,
inspector   of   dyk(s,  to   Duncan   Bell
j Hall,   bearing  date  the   13th   day   of
.June,  A.D.,  1007,  of all  and  singular
j that certain  parcel  or  tract of  land
' and premises situate, lying and being
; in tlie District of New Westminster,
in  the  Pr.).',i e ct   British  Columbia,
more partlcul irly known and described as part 3 00 noes of the southeast
j quarter   of   Section   18,   Township   3,
i Range 29, west of 6th Meridian.
You and those claiming through or
j under  you  and  all   persons  claiming
any Interest in thc said land by virtue
: of  any  unre'''tu'ed  Instrument,  and
of tbo Board of Managers of the Royal I all persons el i.".ing any interest in
Columbian Hospital, equal to five per the said 'and by dei ent, whose title
cent of the amount of the tender. lis not re{istVed -.���'or the provisions
Any person whose tender is accept-j of tlie "Land Registry Act," are required, shall, within one week after the, ed to contest lie -��� n .n ot the tax pur-
acceptance thereof, sign tbe contract j chaser within forty t\\A days from the
specifications and other documents re-j date of the first pu a'cation of tills
quired to be signed, and in any case ; notice upon yju and In default of a
of refusal or failure on tbe part of) caveat or ceitlfl/a'" ol ,:s pendens
tbe party whose tender is accepted, to  being filed  w'.iin sue i iciiod, or in
default of rei ur.ption nffora registrar
complete and execute the contract
with the Board of Managers, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Board
of Manaeers as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure.
The   person   whose   tender   Is   accepted,   will   be   lequtred   to   provide
a bond  satisfactory  to the  Board of
I Managers,  equal   to  ten  per cent of
! the amount of the contract.
The   cheque   deposited   by   parties
j whose  tenders   are   rejected   will   le
'returned   within   ten   days   after
j signing of the contract.
j    Tbe lowest, or any tender, not nec-
i essarlly accepted.
W. H. KEARY,
' Secretary ilo^al Columbian Hospital.
P. O. Box 59.
tion. you .iii cavil <f yen w'It be forever estopped and debar:id from setting up any < l-iini to o In irspect of
the said land, and I r,r, a i register
Duncan Bell Hall as owner thereof
In fee. And I herery O'-i ���. that publication of tiiis notice for thirty days
In a daily newspaper pi blished in New
Westminster will le i-ood and sufficient service tlwr ,1
Dated  at tho  l-nd  Registry Office,
the  New Westmln-1 it, re mce or British
| Columbia, this  i��0th aay of April, A.
D., 1910.
C. S. KEITH,
1 istrict Registrar.
To Canada Permanent Loan & Sav.
lngs   Co.;   Oppenhelmer   Bros.,   Ltd.,
" W. Hew-
hE&L   ESTATE
WHITE, SHILES  fe CD.
Bl Estati   and   Insurance   Agents���
' tv, [arm  nnd  su'uirbm   property,
i i lumbia st.
SHAW,   STILL   ALIVE,
RETURNS   MONUMENT   MONEY,
HARRY  TIDY, Manager.
AY, AUG
a
TAILORS.
LVIN, LADIES'  AND MEN'S TAI- j
Ioring    \ new  line of Spring suit- |
tig Jusi  in     B Itton  making,  press-
ng aad   i   airing.    46 Lorne street, j
one It .   *.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS. ;
VAI,  CITV   CHEMICAL   CLEAN- I
_rs aii 1 ii ers, 346 Columbia street,]
R278    The   place   where  ib''
|lrt snd dust  Is removed  from  the :
bre   no   , resa��d In.   Goods called '
li'r an,I dellv red.
G. G. GARRETTE PRESENTS CANADA'S
FAVORITE DRAMATIC ARTIST
arold PleSson
IN HIS GREAT MASTERPIECE
LIVERY   STABLE.
UP    J.,u    FOR     HACKS  A.NU
��mart  turnout.     The   .'^iiiou   Sta
FISH    AND   GAME.
f.NSu.    _   AYLING,   FISH.   KKUi'l,
anie. Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
to It.mk of  Montreal.
e Plains"
Seats on Sale at Tidy's Florist Store, Mon., Aug. 1st
Spokane, Aug.  2.���"It is a danger-
I ous thing to commit yourself to the
. n ise cf any ir.an before he is dead."
O.  Bernard  Shaw  maV.es  thi.   &pi-
I gran i:i a letter to Jiuimic DurHlfl, of
Spokane. I
Durkin. who i3 one of Shaw's most
enthusiastic   admirers  in  the  Pacific
northwest, sent a money order for .10
I on February 20, moo, when he read in
I newspaper dispatches that friends of
the    Irish    essayist    were   collecting
funds to  erect  a  monument   to   him
j while ho was still alive.   Today he received   Lie   following   letter   from   10
I Adelphi tena:e, London, W, C, dated
! I July 10:
"I bave just, to my gTeat astonishment, found among my papers a let-
i ter from you dated February 20, liiOt).
1 anJ ent losing $10 as a contribution to-
i wards  the cost  of my  monument.    1
: am so gratified in finding a man who
'really belie es in me to the extent of
! $10 t a dollar and a half for a book is
Ithe usual figure), that I feel encour-
lage.1 to put o:T the need for that mon-
j -ment a little longer.   I therefore re-
|tu..! your postofflce money order with
many thanks.   It is a dangerous tiling
to  commit   yourself to the praise of
any n:a:i before he is dead.    How do
.ou know whai  I may say or do   or
wil e r.e-:t ye.ir?   Keep the money until I cannot go back on you.
"Vours faithfully,
"G. BERNARD SHAW."
Durkin. who is somewhat of a student of human  nature says the last
three sentences  "are founded In the
be 'rock of truth."
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,,   Ii. C.
1 FLOUR !      FLOUR \
HUNGARIAN JEWEL.. .$6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL      N>-75 per bbl.
TERMINAL ����*S-2S P*-T Bb ���
HINDOO FLOUR *4.50 ptr Bn'
Ma            ���on      FLOUR AND FEF.D MERCHANT?
cQuo rne & lo. ���     ���	
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster.
Telephone J33.
��� w^^mMamWm-mmam&m--^ffi
furniture
h. kales, thk.  fuunuukk
'oaler, Upholsterer and Undertaker
forner Agnes and McKcn/.ie gtreets
��ne 176, night call 81,
CABINET   MAKING.
ILEWTH WAITS,    CABINET
Dlilk��'1' and   upholsterer,   42a  Clark
gW   street    lbehind    Burr Slock I
nirnlture made and repaired. Ml
"" furniture In Ih- and oak.
WOODWORKING
gJTiilNSTfclH VVOQDWOKMNU
�����' "ttnk, office aud store litluigB;
pauiuci, suur, sl luweasos, man ten
Pa <!,:.,,, work.   Designs and esti
"l,> furnished, j. Brookes, pro
1 u'l"r-     Works:   Corner   Eleventh
.m cur line.    p. o. box 251, Phone
;R  HANGING  &  DECORATING.
ilfi?UN' WAl-'' PAPER, HUUM
Kl ���*?��� I,urlai,s- 'i"d sa,,iuR;
L L' '""'"lug, kalaomlnlng, paper
Etnrn\ !""1 (1,'<-"r��ti��e' S'*1"
1 N>\v  Westminster.
MACHINE   WOR
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
' ���*T*"l,^.i/Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH,  SHINGLES, SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK, FISH  BOXES.    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    ANO
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  12'
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
SAW    PARTY   OFF.
At the annual meeting of tho agricultural societies of British Columbia.
held In Victoria In January last, dates
for tbo fairs throughout tbo Piorlnce
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni       Sept. H Slid IB
Nanaimo      Sept, 16 and IT
Comox      Sept. 2J and 23
Cowichan        Sept. 23 and 21
The Islands  ^'i4   -1
Victoria       Sept. 21 to Oct 1
N. and a Saanlch Oct 7 ail 8
Second   Circuit
Co.uHliui       hv'
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Misalon      s,,!'t' "
 Sept 27 and 28
. .Sept 20, 21 and 22
KS.
Umlt.HUMKE MACHINE WORK.*.
��� min..tt.r m"1 *ux'"l'~ Ncw vvest
(saw .,., Min"fncturers of mod��rn
|Mili ', 8h|ngle mill maenmery,
.1"a,u^  aad  specifications  pre-
PIRBJ EXTINOUISHEnS. THK L \T-
cst lu fir. Bi htlng apparatTO.
R. llnrrls * Co., Lavery block,
Columbia stieet.    Phone <i5(i.
^OMENTAL WORKS.
Kl""���1^ WORKS, J Art.
fit ttiou,, m�� ������    UT9r 81Kl imiWTtP��'
HOTEtS.
I KING'S   HOTEL - COLUMBIA   ST.
Phono IS.    Newest und most up-to-
!     dale in  the City.    Terms niodiu'ate.
;    First class cuisine. ,i. Trachy, Prop
f,fm."",','".'P"o1 t<,llll,H,ones, bu Irting
"*l'JUiiiii      8atUfactlon . iiHranteed.
"""a snout   "
New Westtnluster
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FHONI BT.
Phono 103. Comfortable necomodn-
llon. Terns moderate. McLood *
WiiilJn*, jirojiiletor*.
Agassiz
Chilliwack
Third
Nicola      	
Arn sliong     ....
Vernon       	
Kamloops      ....
Kelowna     	
Salmon Arm  ...
Stnnmerland
Fourth Circuit
Circuit.
 Sept 13 md 11
....Sept 22 and 2:1
 Sept 18 to 17
 Sept. 2S to 30
 pe;t. 20 and 21
....Sept. 23 and 24
 Oct. 17 and 18
Surrey
Lan. ley
Eburne
Ladner
NeJuon
Cranbnwk
Knd*    ���-
 ^^^^     Sept. 27
 Sept. 2S
 Bept 29 an 1 3d
 t-'ept. 21 and 24
Fifth   Circuit
 Sept. 88 to SO
 Sept. 83 and 24
 ..Oct. M .attfl i'l
Herbert  Vanderhoof  Back  From Trip
to  Edmonton  With Writers. I
Winnipeg, Aug. 2.���Herbe t Vander-
hoof. editor of Canada West.'returned
i to Wlnntpog lust evening after seeing
ithe American journalistic party sr.fely
| started on their northward tiip to the
| Mackenzie   Basin.     They   arrived   in
Edmonton on Monday, and were met
| by   a  committee  of husiness  men  of
I that town at the station and taken in
automobiles  to  the   Edmonton  club.
The   parly   staited   nortli   yesterday
morning,    Messrs.  Dunn, Hough.  Miller- an I   Ilos^en   had   brought   equ!i>-
ment for the trip, consisting of .leep-
Ing burs, b'an'e s and "A" tents. The
[ remain'er   purchased   what   aitlcleB
they nco'e.i in Edmonton, l
A point worthy of Interest is, that
eicb of the party curried with him a
little nlumlnl nn typewriter, and all
wrote buMly and plunnod to continue
tlds during the expedition. T'li.t
mens t'uit the magazine a-tlcles resulting trom the trip wlll not be written arte- t''e party return home, f:om
| no es which hive had lime to grow
"cold." but will be prenaied tor to
press an Id tbe scenes described, ensuing accurac. renllty ^nd vividness,
Prof. Coa'es P. Bull of Minesota Cnl-
ve'sltv. will speak of the fertility of
the sell. Prof. T. ;i. Pe'tlt, of the University of Illinois, will tell of t'-e
wbeit. growlnst possibilities or t^e
country. Br. Miller wlll wiil. of the
flora and fauna. Robe't Bunn. (t
Everybody's Magazine, wlll jlve a general story of tbe trln. Mr. Dunn Is a
northern traveler of many years' e-x-
perlence, having made a Journey to
A'aska dining th^ gold rush twelve
years ago. He Is the son of a mll-
Uomibe end bus taken up Utera'v
work  from choice,    AiiBtln  A. B'lggii
who is eeing ns the representative or
The World To-diiv, will write ncco'd-
Ing to a commission arranged hy Mr.
Vanderboof, with Schaller Mathews,
en ������ -C-le on "Tbe World's Farthest
Nfflrti E>-je.l,r.cr.t. Stallon."
Ntw Westminster lo New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leares Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
on  Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. &��� It. ticket otlice and ot�� board steamer. Electric cars leave Steveston every hour (on the half-hour) (or Vancouver.
See the Famous  Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.	
Round trip tickets to Steveston, Satuixiay afternoons, it.
Columbia Street Snap
Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, bai. to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
��� McQuarrie Bros.
I 609 Columbia Street
N Tha New Westminster Cit/ Speciai ts     m
I M
i
I ��� PAGE RIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, Au
GuST j ..
Eli!
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V
The Oven
Of a Range
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will baka better with half tho fuel than a
loosely constructed oven, is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven is made of heavier material
than any other, and is rivf.ted (not
bolted) to a malleable I, or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, allowing a knife blade to pass
through corners and sides. It is
natural that with an oven constructed in this manner, it requires twice thefuel,and not near
as good results as can be obtained
in any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven 6tays that way,
too.
Note tbe ill .Mntions.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Mrs.   R,
holidaying
Benson.   Royal   :ivenue,   i;
at Boundary bay.'
S.   Fader   is
real estate and
the  office  of   E.   J,
Crown Bank bulldln
The hand
land bridge
11. .'.   Qharle3   Hoyle.   late   viear  of
Ashcroft,   is  amongst   the   latest   arrivals in tho city,    ile Is a graduate
now   conducting   his|0{ Durham university In England and
urance busi ess In  0<  _e Qaftersity ei Alberta and tm.
I-'.'..:.   Ncii'.'.eru , |la(i considerable experience of schoH
**    aslic   life   in   the   old   country.     Mr.
., T   ,     .    ilLo\!e's   last   visit   here   was   03   the
; occasion of the meeting of the synod
v.l.iv'.'i elected Bishop de Pencier,
when he pi cached the sermon in llie
cathedral. Mr. Hoyle has taken up
his residence on Eighth street, but
has not yet decided on Ids plans for
the future.
U ! elng paipted,
Call on VV. E. Kales for
: delivery on parlor, hedi -oo-.il,
I or  any  house  furnishings.
prompt.
Kite] en
Mr. and Mrs. VV. Orr, Agnes s'reet,
; are spending the week at Boundary
��� bay.
For carnations. sweet peas and
'dahlias, phone Davies gipenhouse,
! It 20S. **
R. I), ilerr. of tlie Russell hotel
! staff, is spending a week's holiday iu
i Victoria.
Pot   plants   and   fresli   cut
at Tidy's store.    Phone ISA.
flowe: s
a a
New Things
To Eat
There's a popular proverb to the effect that
"a change is as good as
a rest."
No one can stop eating very well, but a
change of diet often
benefits the stomach and
the health in general.
That's why it may pay
you to look over the
menu at the ROYAL
Cafe tonight.
��� The cooking is perfect,
retaining the delicious
natural flavor of the
foods.
The Royal Cafe
6M Columbia St, Pbone 375
Ii
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE <m,
Chief of Police Bradshaw will attend the police chief's convention
wliich meets In Vancouver today.
For a pleasant cool d:ink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cufe. *���
Dominion fire rangers have been
stationed on the right-of-ways of the
C. N. It. and the V. V. & E., where
construction gangs are at work.
S. Fader. Note the change of address. Northern Crown Bank building.
Coroner Captain Pittendiigh will go
to Vancouver today to conduct an
inquest on the death of 0. Owen, who
died yesterday from injuries received
in a street car accident:
The management of the Bohemian
Cafe sees to it that the best only is
served there. **
A sneak thief has been reported fn
Sapperton. A residence-was broken
into the- other night and a large quantity of provisions were stolen. The
matter has been reported to the police.
Swimming, boating, bathing and
cool breezos at White Rock. Have
you a summer cottage theie?
There is a rumor in Victoria that
the University commissioners have
chosen the Capital city iis the site
Vor the new Provincial university,
but the report is entirely unofficial
and nothing whatever lias been heard
of it he:e.
I
i Steamer Transfer will make Sun-1
I day afternoon trips to Steveston
during the fishing season, fare Jl.!
, Boat leaves Westminster at 3 p.m.,!
] returning leaves Steveston at GtiiO!
i p. m. **    j
It was reported to the police yester-1
I day that James Wright, traveler for!
I Lyman's Limited, the wholesale druggists of Montreal, had been robbed:
of over one hundred dollars at thei
Russell hotel here. The police are'
Investigating the case, but up to a late
hour last night no arrest had been |
made.
See Fales for Lawn and Camp Fu*-l
nltuie. **:  j
There was no groat, change tn the |
'-���ju 11:6 situation  yesterday, except'
aiat the blaze at.Hazelmere was re-(
:orted completely under control.    Re-j
ports from- the tire rangers stationed |
at  Hairlson  lake  say  that  there ar. ���
no fires on the Dominion  lands near
Silver  creek,  as   had  been   reported.
The fire at Port Moody Is still smoldering  and    will  be   dangerous   tmtt
there is rain.
Davies  greenhouse  ls  the place  to
got   bouquets,   floral   designs   and   all
j kinds of cut flowers.   Pbone R 208. *���
According to a rigidly enforced rule,
the operators at the telephone office
I aie no longer permitted to Inform subscribers   of   the   lesults    of    lacrosse
j matches, or to give out tlie score at
| quarters or  half time.    The  management derided  lo adopt  this  rule because the lar. u number of people calling up the centred office for Information   while   games   w-ue   in   progress
interfered with the work of the staff.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. ** I
Mrs. James Trodden, of Fifth street,
; died  at   her  residence  shortly   after
eleven    o'clock    yesterday    evening/
: paralysis,  from  which  Bhe  had  been
suffering for three or four years, be-
��� ing the cause of death.   The deceased
j had  only  returned   home a   few  days
ago   from   ti.e   upper   country,   where
she had been staying  for some time :
j in   the  hope  that   the  change   would
I benefit her.    She was  fifty-four years j
of  age,  a  native  of   Quebec,  and   Is;
'survived by a husband, several  chil-j
dren, all grown up, and some brothers
and sisters.    The husband of the deceased, who has been  in  Prince  Rupert on business, is now on liis way
to this city and will probably arrive
tomorrow or Friday.    Funeral arrangements,   which   aie   in   the   hands   of
VV.  E.  Fales are incomplete pending
his arrival.
The train service to White Rock Is
most convenient for campets; the husiness man can be in town by breakfast time. Thrce% trains leave there
for New Westminster in the afternoon
and evening, arriving at 2:50. G
and 9:27 p. m. Trains for White Rock
leave New Westminster at is: 15 and
10:30 a.m.; 4:30 p.m. and midnight.*
mgm^L*wmmM*mmzB*m:.
itniTEt "~.^Triri_iyrg*'��'iVj��-��aBga��:.*rr>^rrT^tv'ar3^i^-^'
^**a-��iac3j|
In every department :ue lines of goo.is with only one or two si/es  or   kinds.    Comnu    '���,������ u,
we wage war against every thing that is "lonely."    We find it hard to get along In our
' '    i      1   'I'-l~'
ters, but  we are not   allowing conditions to interfere with our usual endeavors lo pleai
ers.     You will find it of value to keep in touch with our window displays and  adverll i    .
- !
The Public
Supply Stores
We want you to
place your order
NOW for
Peaches
For
| Preserving
We are carrying
the best that can
be got.
Wide Embroideries and
Laces, 10c Per Yard
Just to hand, still ar.othei lot of heavy Swiss cambric embrold-
eiies, ranging In width from 31/. to 6 inches. We count these embroideries extra good value. We bought them at a low price and
our customers are to receive the benefit of our bargain. We place
them on sale at. per yard      10c
Women's Tweed and
Cloth Coats, $2.50 Ea.
Regular values $7.50 to $15.00. On our racks are IS only of there
spring and summer coats. Some are light tweeds, others fancy cheeks,
and a few dark coats. They are mostly short lengths, Semi-fitting
backs, and every coat Is perfectly tailored and finished. They wl.l
make splendid coats lor outing occasions and now that the evenings
are becoming cooler one of these coats would prove most serviceable. We must clear out this small lot so place them on sale at this
extremely low price.   Each  ,         S2.50
' White Musiins and
Striped Colored
Blouses, $1.35 ta.
Another ol i ui special
offers lu women's shirt-
waists made possible
through the arrival of .
dozen fancy embroidered
muslin waists and Amerl i ...
tailored walsta aad light ml
ored cbambray bl i ises Ail
sizes. Regular values $1.50
to $2.00. On Bale, eacb..$U5
Children's Aprons
25c Each
An   odd   lol   Of ft
Un aprons for -            lldren.
They  aie  Wl II  i:          ll    I
price  is  le?*  than cost ol
material.      We
out  at, each 25c
Ihe Central.Hotel Cafe
Opposite E, C E. R. Depot
25c - Mercliaats Lunch - 25c^?
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US   A   TRIAL
ALWAYS;
A  nice  line of
TOILET WATERS, VraLET
AMMONIA,   PeaFU'MES
Manicuring   neceseitT'e*���
COMPLEXION POWC5CP.S,
TALCUM POWDERS, TOI
LET SOAPS, ETC.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
CISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors East
of Bank  of Montreal.
Three hundred and fifty dollars wlll
buy a lot and build a cottage at White
Rock. White, SWJes - Co. Mil tell
>ou how. **
The following i.i the list of successful local candidates at the midsummer
aehers' examinations held here le-
ntly: Clifton W. Abercrombie. B.A.,
[University of Toronto; Sidney C.
Dyke, B.A.. University of Toronto, aca-.
Iden.ic certificate; Margaret Met). Wll-!
I son, first class: Helena V. Crake.
Jeanle IJ. Forrester, Jean ('. Jardine,
dcin Oswald. Gertrude M. Wells, sec-
'ond class: Florence M. Howe'l, l,yitia
; Kakln, Marguerite B. Watson, third
| class; Bertha J, Bowell, third class,
I renewed  for one year. I
Geo,
Adams
Phone 92
I
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WfLL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $35* each.  Terr:*.
10 lots extending trow First to Second street. This property
is especially well situated. Street* m three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.   Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
% S. CO
HO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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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 fact.
mtsk ar mrlta far our frem booklet
explaining m Hundred and one
things yeu ought to know about
shaving and th* tare of your fac*.
Gillette  Safety  Rizor Bet   consists
Ior triple silver pinteil holder that will
Inst a lifetime, with u double edged
blades ( ii keen ertjjes) hi . <-lvi-| liiirii
leather case. Price $5.00,
:
Combination Sets-Brush, Soap, etc
$6.S<> to Jjo.oo
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
Announcement
OF   t HE
MODERN   BUSINESS
SCHOOL
1910-1911
Fall Term Starts Monday, AugJj
Now is the time for you to Enroll and
reap   the  Benefit of the Special Kates
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
A. L. BOUCK, Principal
610 Columbia Street, New  Westminster, B. **������
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THC        O  *���  *  a.   -t        HEW��
WHEH YOU SPEITD A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WOR*0
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
.:-���������:,���������
(Maple Leaf Lmbal)
U fhe keel valae, Wcnm* It b ptue, nutritious end ***! *toa0>
THE COWAK CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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