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 THE LARGE DEMAND FOR
LOTS AT WHITE ROCK 8HOW8
THE POPULARITY OF THIS
RESORT. ALL TRAINS STOP
THERE.
E    CROWD    AND
WEEK   END   AT
Bv4?rt^fOcfc��  INDISPUTABLY
E~~FINEST    ^NDv SAFEST
BEACH IN B. C.
VOLUME C, NUMBER 147.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 191B
PRICE FIVE CENTS
DEPUTATION TO MEET  'HEAVY DEATH TOLL
ADMIRAL TOGO TODAY     IN EASTERN WRECK
NIGHTFALL   WHEN   FAMOU8   JAP-   TWENTY-FIVE KILLED AND SIXTY
ANE8E NAVAL HERO WILL
REACH TERMINAL CITY���WILL
BE   MET  EN   ROUTS.
.INJURED WHEN G. A, R. SPECIAL CRA8HE8 THROUGH THE
TRESTLE���RESCUE   DIFFICULT.
Admiral Count Togo will be met by
a deputation of bis fellow countrymen
this evening when the eastern train
stops at Westminster Junction on lis'
Journey to Vancouver, wh.re tne fam j
ous Japanese admiral wiil remain
imt a day before embarking at Seattle
on the Tamba Maru en route for hts
home ln tbe Far East.
Representatives   from   the   Vancouver city council, including Alderintn
Ramsay,  Crowe  and   McMnster.  wlll J
also be of the party w. Ibb will meet'
the distinguished sailor.
Although it ls not known officially
If the Japanese colony of Westminster will be on hand, the Dally Nuw.s
learned at a late hour last night that
at least two of the leading Japanese
merchants from this city wlll be at
the Junction lo bid welcome to their:
famous fighter In the Russo-Japinesj
war.
The train on its arrival in Vancouver will be met by a band, and a large
contingent of Japanese and tbe Ad-
mini will be escorted to hts hotel
by myriads of the brown fellows
whose only regret ls that Togos stay;
ln this province will be so short a!
duration.
At   the  Dominion   hall,   Vancouver,'
on Sunday evening Consul Yada wlll
hold  a  reception  of  the admiral.    It
is doubtful If the admiral wlll have
time to visit Westminster. |
Admiral Togo embodies all theso
virtues of an intense, even fanatical
love of country, of courage, of se f- j
effacement and machine like efficiency |
which are the ideals of the new .la,.an
and without wliich the island empire
would still be like China���self-cunt al.i-
ed. vain glorious, but inefficient and
effete. J
His    numerous    valorous    achievements upon the sea.  many of which
completely changed the history of the
Orient, are too well known    to readers of modern history  for  repetition.
His famous message on tlie eve of attacking  tbe    Russian    fleet  on    ths:
morning of May 27, 1004: "The fate of'.
the empire depends upon this baitle. *
Let every man do hia beat," promises I
to become as    famous    as  Nelson's:
"England   expects  every   man  to  do
his duty."
l'he history of Japan for the past
thirty years Is to a great degree the
story of Togo. Her development in
naval and military strength, in in-,
diistry and commerce is coincident
with his wonderful caree". No wonder he ls enshrined In Ihe Japanes;
heart and respected and admired bv
peoples who are even alien to the
Ideals and traditions of Japan.
Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 26.���Sixty
were injured and 25 killed when th.!
G. A. H. special clashed thi ough a
bridge at Manchester at noon yestar
day, on the Lehigh Valley railroad
The train, which was wrecked at
Canandalgua lake, was-composed ei
.fourteen cars, all filled. It left Buffalo at eight o'clock yesterday morning, and owing to its weight, wa3
drawn by two engines.
The latest report received here ls
that four cars went through or over
the trestle Into the lake.
Railroad officials rushed nurses
anl doctors from every available
point, and all the farm houses near
the scene of. the disaster were transformed into hospitals.
Twenty-seven bodies wera lakai
from the Lehigh Valley up to three
o'clock. The work of rescue Is handicapped by the fact that caT? are lying
in water and lt has been necessary
to construct temporary bridges to
them.
Strange Friends on Common Platform
TRAGEDY OF THE
SAPPERTON  BOYS' TRIP
Armstrong, Ang. 25��� Carl Sllva,
one of the Vernon boys who pi iyed
against the New Westminster Sapperton Juveniles and duiing the gama
was accideiitly struck on the back of
the head with a lacrosse stick, has
died of meningitis brought on by the
blow.
To Arrange with Ministers.
London, Aug. 25.���Mr. Algernon
Edward Asplnall, secretary to the
West India committee since 1898,
proposes shortly visiting Canadian
cities with a view to furthering reciprocity In the West Indies. Mr. Asplnall hopes that after the Canadian
elections the Canadian ministers will
confer with him regarding this matter.
Will Visit Un ted States.
Birmingham. Aug. 25.���Th; Lndau
correspondent of the Post wires that
ln view of the wish of both tbe Canadian and the American government,
tbe Duke of Connaught will pay an
official visit to the States. His Itinerary will Include all the chief industrial centres. The tour wi 1 probab.y
take place during  February.
WILL DISTRIBUTE PRIZES.
Egerla for Auction.
Vancouver, Aug. 26.���All tenders
for H. M. S. Egerla, Including one
from the Navy league, have been rejected by the British admiralty and
tho old time survey ship will be put
up to auction.
REFEREE IS CHOSEN -
OE NATIONAL FAME
JOE LALLY CON8ENT8 TO COME
WEST TO HANDLE WHISTLE
ON LABOR *AY���ELEVENTH
HOUR   DECISION.
BORDEN���Som" say this platform is
want a cropper.
big enough for us both, but we will have to stick to this end lf we don't
SATISFACTORY YIELD
OF OATS ASSURED
STRUGGLE PROBABLE
ON HARRIMAN SYSTEM
Farmers Confident that Cut to Date
Will Prove Record���Prices Rule
at Last Year's Figures.
Trustee   Mrs.   Cross   Will   Attend    at
Term Opening Monday.
Mrs. Cross will piesent the prizes
on Monday morning at the Girls'
Central school at the re-openlng of
the term. The chairman, T. J. Trapp,
and Mlss Strong, the new principal,
wlll be present. Ruth Ag r wins the
High school entrance medal, whlcn
will lie handed over on tha* occasion
Miss Clark lev-principal) presented
prizes, wliich will be distributed as
follows: Aiilbmetlc, Annie McAllister; dictation and spelling, Ruth
Agar: drawing. May Ha: clay; reading. Janet Gilley; geography, Lois
Macdonald; literature, BmeL'ne Wilson: nature and h pplen^. Anni^ Gunn:
Britisli history Ellen Johnson; Canadian history. Nellie Ayling' g amm.ir
and composition. Margaret Mack.
Rolls of honor���Proficiency, Ruth
Agar; deportment, Lois Mncilon ild;
regularity and puiictu.il y, EJi.h
Cook.
No Split in Welland.
Toronto, Aug. 26.���William Munro,
who was nominated as a Liberal
against W. M. German, a Liberal ex-
member opposed to reciprocity, ha3
withdrawn in favor of Mr. German .n
Welland county.
Centennial Meeting.
Astoria. Oie., Ann. 86.���Ths team
representative of the Olympic dub.
San Francisco, won the tf. Id and
track events at the Centennial meet
yesterday afternoon ln this city, anl
before a huge attendance of sportsmen from all the Important cofust.
centres. Seattle A. C. was second
with 24 points. Fast time ln several
of the dashes were registered. Sam
Iiellah. of San Francisco, won the
cup for the individual percentage, C.
Walsh, Seattle, being second, while
Duncan Gillis, of the V. A. C, Vancouver, was a hard tighter for third
place, which he only lost by one point
to Gerherdt, of the Olympic club, ot
San Francisco.
AUSTRALIAN BOYS TO SEE
SIGHTS OF CONTINENT
San Francisco, Aug. 25.���One of tho
passcngeis of the Union Steamship |
company's liner Aorangi, which ar-1
rived from the Antipodes, was Cecil I
Jeffrey, advance agent of a party ofi
boys of the'Young Australian Le:igue,'
which is due in San Francisco on
September 15 on the Union company's
steamship Maltal. i
Jeffrey, who is a membar of the
educational department of Western
Australia, has been granted n year's
absence by his government for the
purpose of advancing this aound tiie
world tour.
There are forty-two of them, chosen
for their athletic ability and their
power to entertain. The party will
give vaudeville and minstrel shows.
The boys range In age from 10 to 19
years.
The party expects to be away fou
Australia for fifteen months, two of
which will be spent ln California.
From this state they will tour the
Eastern States and Canada.
This Is' the boys' first trip away
from their country and is In the nature of a return, visit which forty
Columbia Park boys made to Australia In 1909. The Australians w.ll
be the guests of the Columbia Park
Boys' club.
The farmers of this district, who
attended yesterday's market, report
that harvesting and threshing are
now in full swing throughout the
Fraser valley. As soon as haying
was completed a week ago, the oat
crop was sufficiently advanced ta
absorb the attention of the farmers.
Binders have been running steadily
during the greater part of this week,
and the oat crop is practically all cu.
now. Reports from every quarter
agree that when the oats are thresh-;
ed a very satisfactory yield will ba
recorded. While the majority of the
farmers place their estimate at a
ton and a half of oats to the acre,
others believe that as high as two
tons will be reaped.
The prices offered by the dea'ers
for the grain on the field are about'
the same as were paid last year, $25
per ton being the prevailing quotation. Little, however, can be bought |
at that price, as the farmers believe
that there will be a substantial rise
in price within a few weeks. What
barley was raised this year has been
harvested. It, however, was only a
fair crop.
Potatoes will yield but a low average per acre on account of tbe damage done by the June frost. In many
places the crop will be very large'y a
failure, while the more fortunate
areas which escaped the frost will bs
but a good average. Altogether the
yield Is considerably lighter than that
of last year.
The fruit growers of the valley re
port that their output will be limited
both in quantity aud quality. The
apple crop Is much smaller than usual
and the fruit Is, to a great extent,
small. Plums,--prunes and peirs, too,
will be ofTered on the market In reduced quantities. No reason In par
tlcular ls given for the falling off or
the supply.
Important Meeting on    Monday���San
Francisco Labor   Leader   Says
Secret Vote Is Being Taken.
Chicago, Aug. 25.���Orders to strike
over the whole Harrlman system are
predicted by labor leaders here today
as the almost cei tain result ol tho
conference of labor leaders to be held
in Kansas City Monday. If their
predictions are realized 12,000 carmen. 7000 machinists, 20J0 bailer-
makers, 2000 blacksmiths and 1000
sheet metal workers wlll lay down
their tools ln a struggle extending
from Chicago to the Pacific coast and
from the Canadian border to the
Gulf of Mexico.
San Francisco, Aug. 26.���E. L. Re-
quln, president of the San Franciso
federation of the railway shop employees on the Harrlman lines, said
last night that a secret ballot was at
that time being taken to discover
whether a strike should take place.
The result of the vote will not be
made public.
mmmTER mm as
GRAND OFFICER OF EAGLES
Fred. J.  Lynch    Chosen    aa Worthy
Conductor of Grand Aerie���Only
Canadian Selected.
The Fraternal Order'of Eagles con
ferred a signal honor on Alderman
Fred J. Lynch at the San Francisco
convention in electing him grand
worthy conductor of the order, defeating the incumbent, C. H. Danner. of
Fort Scott, Kansas. He was the only
Canadian elected to office in the
grand aerie, in fact a Victoria man
was defeated for office as grand
trustee.
Mr. Lynch has been steadily climbing up tn the ranks of tbe Eagles, and j
went to the convention as the lead-1
lng officer for Western Canada. It I
Is equally an honor for the local aerie |
to which he belongs.
SALMON POACHERS BUSY
ON THE WEST COAST
Great Flight Finished.
New York, Aug. 26-rHarry N. At-
wood completed his great flight from
St. Louis to New York yesterday
afternoon, the actual time in flight
being 28 liours and til mthutes. His
aeroplane covered the distance, 1265
miles, without mishap, the aeronaut
only landing for supplies and gasoline.
Straight Fight In Koctenay.
Nelson, Aug. 26.���A. S. Go eve,
Conservative, and Dr. J. H King,
Libera', were yesterday ntmiin ted at
tiie court house here as candidates
for the Kootenay at th? foithrom'ng
election. There wns m Socialist
placed in nomination, contrary to expectation.
Bowling Tournament.
!     In  the Twentieth    Century    prize
competition which is in vogue at the
Front street alleys rapid progress Is
being made and the final stage ls expected  will  be reached on Tuaslay.
Dally  and Wilson have decided to
play off their tie In the flrst heat this
evening When the winner wlll meet
Latham in the second se:'ies and tho
j highest scorer of this will be called
I upon  to contest for further entry in
' a clash with Fulton In the eights, anl
the winner of this will  meet  A.  B.
Chamher'in in the    fours.    Burrows,
who has hern playing   a   consistent
game, ls due to play McGill, who last
evening best Winquert by nine poln's
after a hard game:    Thn Fcore:
McGHl    56 69 64 62 5S���309
Wlnquest    69 59 52 5763���300
Owing to somewhat rough weather
the catches on the Fraser river were
l small on Thursday.    The /iturns of
sockeyes and humpbacks were sb fdl-
I lows: St. Munro 450 and 8250, Ewen's
1 500 and 3000, Imperial 1"00 rnd2200,
! Gulf of Georgia 1026 and 1594, Bruns-
Iwick 425 and 1350, Phoenix 1700 and
! 2500, Terra Novo/1457 and 2578.    At
the traps Anacortes took 40,000 flsh
and Rellinsham 100 000, all thes? being humpbacks,    The seiners across
the line are doing well on humpbacks.
Victoria,    Aug.    25.���Poachers    are
plentiful scooping in salmon by  the
thousands with trolls and purse seine
nets off the west ccast of Vancouver
Island. . .���',!(
The  steamer  Grey, tender of  the
Canadian   Northern   Pacific   fishe:ies,,
limited,   which   arrived   on   Tuesday i
with a full  cargo of whale oil  and
fertilizer from Queen Charlotte Island I
stations, passed from a great fleet of
poachers.    Tbere  were  over  a  hundred of them at work in waters from
a mlle  or  less  trom  shore to   flve
miles from shore, the bulk of them
operating inside the three-mile limit.
There were among them a number of
comparatively large vessels, of twenty tons or more.    The Grey passed
close to two vessels which were inside the three-mile limit   the nam as
of these being read, one being tho
Pioneer No.  2, of Seattle, the othar
the Discovery.   An oflicer took bearings of their position and found bot'.il
considerably  .within   the   three-mile I
limit.    Officers   of  the   Grey   stated
that  the  poachers  were  hauling   in
flsh by the thousands.
The poachers at work near Carmanah and Pechena are within view of
the lighthouse at Carmanah, .with
which there is telegraphic connection,
and they can also be seen from the
Wireless telegraph station at Pa-
chena.
White Tailed Deer Team.
San     Francisco,     Aug.     25.���Two
American   white   tailed   deer,  driven I
by Frank Clemens and attached to a
light wagon, will start from this city,
In    a day    or so for New York city.
Clemens has trained the deer for   a
year and  they    appear    to be    well
broken.    The  harness is similar    to
that used on horses and the animals
obey, in a docile manner, the driver's
commands.    Clemens believes he will,
make the trip in three months.    His'
ultimate destination ls Europe.    Thej
deer were captured when quite young,
near  Sand  Point,    Idaho,    Clamens'
home. *   _
Effigy Burned.
Seattle, Aug.    26.���The    effigy    of
Judge Handford, of tlte U. S. district I
courts, was last evening burned here
before a Jeering crowd which had assembled outside the Dreamland rink.'
The reason for the action was that
the Judge had given an adverse   decision    in  a case    brought    by the
Rainier Valley  railway  against    the
Seattle,  Renton  and  Southern    railway.   No arrests were made, and   an
Investigation will be mat's by various!
Important committees of the city into|
his official and private life with the
object of having the Judge removed.
BASEBALL.
Northwestern League.
Friday, August 25.
At     Vancouver ��� Vancouver     14,
Seattle 4.
At Spokane���Ppokan-�� 6, Tacoma 5.
At Victoria���Portland 1,8, Victoria 3:
The much discussed and nerve
racking question of refeiees for th'-��
tenth and perhaps final match between Westminster and Vancouver
has been set at test by the action of
President Nels Nelson, of the B. C.
Lacrosse association, yesterday when
after a lengthy consultation with.
Manager Con Jones of the near
chardpion club the head ot the ruling
organization telegraphed as fellows to
the famous Joe Lally:
"Lally, Cornwall, Ont. Wil you
referee game in this city Ik-tween
Vancouver and Westminster ? We
will pay all your expense?. Your
name Is acceptable to both cluD*.
Nels Nelson, presi lent B. C. L. A."
The undernoted reply was received:
"Nelson, Westminster, B.C. Consideration for my business interests
would prompt me to immediately decline as my absence at this season
would mean big sacrifice, lf, however,
the Interest of the national game demands my acceptance and that alone
prompted my selection will accept.
Should still, however, advise selection of local man. Falling that will
leave here today or tomorrow or Saturday upon receipt of your wire.
Lally."
At a late hour last night the wires
were utilized for the third time and.
conveyed the fc Rowing to Lally:
"You are satisfactory to all concerned. Am depending upon you to ba on
hand to referee game here September 4.   Nelson."
Interviewed by a representative of
the Dally News last evening, President Nelson expressed thanks that
the question which promised to give
trouble to all concerned had beea
smoothed over by the sportsmanlike
action of the famous ex-stickhandler
and referee from Ontario.
"Jt bas to be admitted," said Nelson, "that matters in the refereeing.
line have not been satisfactory either
to the officials ot the association, the
clubs engaged or the spectators. Just
where the mistake lies is not tor me
to say at this Juncture, and although
we have endeavored to secure tbe
chief referees, the great majority of
these bave felt that there was too
much at stake and we therefore had
to fall back on men from Vlctoiia.
Without going Into ths marita of ths
case, it is an acknowledged fact that
with a single exception all have let
the game down bally. Mr. Lally is
to be congratulated by those who follow the fame on his attitude. I know
that at this time he is a busy man
and as you can se from th? telegram
sent us he has endeavored to get out
of it, but when tbe whole situation:
was put up to him he has given hla.
love for the national game first placa
and will certainly be on hind f.r tiie
Labor Day match here."
Manager Con Jcncs, who was
spoken to by a Daily News representative last night, stated that ha waa
quite agreeable to the nom nation,
made by the association president,,
and hoped that Lally would wait for
the extra games in "the event of tho
Westminster team emerging on the
wlnning side. The Vancouver official,,
while he would not give any opinion
one way or the other as to whom he
thought would win the next match,
said that should his club win out, he
would ask Lally to lemnin in the
province until on? of the eastern
teams came out to challenge for tha
Minto cup. ���;
Generally speaking, the news that
Lally is at this time apelTMiig towards this coast Will be _ received
with jubilation in this region "Where
the referee question has been the-
innocent cause of much worry to-
those who are working hard in tha.
name of the national sport.
Cornwall, Ont., Aug. 26.���Saturday
2 a.m. Spec'al.���Mature canside ation
haa decided Mr. Lally, and he will not
now make the trip, on account of
Eleventh hour developments, and is
wlrlriflYfiis morning to President Nelson tnis intimation.
GRANDE FALLS MILLS
ENDANGERED BY FOREST FIRE
Ex-Premier Rutherford Retires.
Edmonton, Aig. 26.���E'-Pemter
Rutherford, who had been nominated
by the insurgent Llbera's in Edmonton against lien. Frank Oliver, has
withdrawn. Rumors to this effect
have been current for some days.
International Cricket.
j    Toronto,    Aug.   26.���Yeste day     a
. start was  made ln  the  International
cricket   match   between   tha     United
i States and Canada.   Canada made 156
and the United States sevrn for two
wickets down.   Play wl.l ba ;esumel
today.
Companies Neglect Law.
Victoria, Au:;. 26.���The deteimina-
tlon of the government of British Columbia to insist upon the rigid observance of registered companies has
been shown by the announcement
last evening at a late hour of the
contemplated cancellation of a great
number of the companies and organizations which have failed to make
compulsory retuins of thair workings
St. Johns, Aug. 25.���An immense
forest flre Is raging in the vicinity oi
Bishops Mil's cn the Exploi s river
and the three million dollar mil of
the Albert Deer Pup & Paper company is in imminent danger cf destruction. Embers carried across the
stream have several times fired different portions of the plant anl tha entire force Is flghting desperately, to
stave off destruction.
The workmen from the Grand Fa'te-
plant of the Anglo-Canadian Pulp-
company, the Harmsworth pro erty,
are also aiding in the fight Shou'd'
the wind veer the Ha'msworth plant
could hardlv escape as It Is but fl>
teen miles distant.
St. Johns. Nf d., Aug.,'2:1.���Tht* Reel
and Harmsworth mills, the It? for att
Grande Falls. are now ^rious'jr
threatened with destruction T'tere te
still a ho;e they may be saved.
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PAQBTWO
THE DAILY NEW*.
SATURDAY, AUGU8T 2t, 191f. ""���
FOR 8ALE
Wants
FOR SALE���VICTOR VICTROLA
gramophone (cost $240) and $60
worth of records; $175 takes tbe
lot. P. O. Box 351, New Westminster.
WANTED���AN   OFFICE   BOY,   ONE
SICILIAN PLAN
INCITES MURDER
with knowledge of typewriting pre-  H0MES F0R SALE IN ALL PARTS   TWO    KILLED   AND   THIRD    HAD
ferred.
McLeod,
Apply  by  letter to A.
657 Columbia street.
W.
of the city.
Phone 680.
Kellington & Hendry
WANTED���A YOUNG WIDOW RE-
quires position as housekeeper to
bachelor or widower. Box 24 Dally
New 8.
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese woman, washing and house-
cleaning by the day. P. O. Hox 414,
city.
TO RENH
FOR      RENT���FURNISHED      BED-
rooms.    Apply 701 A_,nes street.
NARROW ESCAPE ���QUESTION
OF ADOPTION WAS IN DISPUTE    BEFORE   THE    COURTS.
TO     RENT���OFFICE     ROOM      UP
stairs, Speck block, Columhla stieet.
Apply to Alex.  Speck,    743    Front
~~������������������������������������������- j    street.
WANTED      KNOWN ��� A      PUBLIC   *	
spiritualism meeting will be held at i TO      LET���NICELY      FURNISHED
"*~ " rooms, centrally located.    Apply 3
Agnes street.    Phone L638.
the residence of Mrs. Clark, Inman;
avenue, Central Park, near station,
every   Thursday evening,  at  eight!
o'clock.    Investigation  invited.
WANTED���WORKING HOUSEKEEP
er or mother's help wanted; good
salary. Apply by letter, E. H. S-,
Box 594, city.
WANTED BOARDERS���ACCOMMO-
datlon for boarders ln private house,
310 Sixth avenue, city.
WANTED���CHAMBER   MAID,
onlal Hotel. ' _ ���	
WANTED���A GIRL   TO   WAIT
table.    Apply Merchant's cafe,
lumbia street.   Phone 219.
COL
ON
Co-
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
house work; family of flve; no children.    Apply 1112 Fifth avenue.
New York, Aug. 25.���The Sicilian
idea of settling disputes by an appeal
to the arbitrament of private vengeance has caused a double murder ln
Brooklyn. Rafaelo del Hosco aud his
wife Rosario, who defied an order of
supreme Court Justice Scudder by
kidnapping their own two-yaar-oid
child, lie dead in the Brooklyn morgue. Giuseppe Rtbis, the child's
uncle, who Instead of trying by a
legal method to recover the child
committed to his care, spent last
night in the Raymond street Jail,
lodged in a padded cell, deprived of
all articles which might be used In
an attempt at suicide.' He faces a
charge of murder ln the flrst degree,
Klbis, who Is 50 years old, entered
the del Hosco barber shop at 700
Washington avenue, Brooklyn, about
1 o'clock yesterday afternoon and de-
LOST���MOROCCO BILL ROOK,' manded the return of the child, Nlch-
containing $36 In bills, one button olas, a chubby, brown-eyed little fel-
hook and one Invitation card, also' low, who was playing on the floor ln
some car tickets, Friday morning, the rear of the shop, near the mother,
between Brown's clothing Btore an 1; who was sewing, on some baby gar-
Blsmarck    cafe.    Finder    wlll    be  ments for another expected child.
I TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
to rent, 319 Regina street, $22 a
month.
| TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2, third floor.
LOST.
suitably   rewarded   on
same to this ofllce.
returning
WILL EXCHANGE FOR CITY PRO-
perty 80 acres ln Surrey, near tbe
tram line; partly clehred. Full particularly from Kellington & Hendry,
corner Columbia and Eighth streets.
Phone 680.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 432 Fourteenth
Btreet.
WANTED���EXCAVATING, FENCE
building, sidewalks, and general
contracting. Apply Gust Melin, 1016
Third a venue.   Phone L613.
THE MERCANTILE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
 Willing to Pay.	
Del Bosco answered that he would
pay Ribis who was his wife's brother,
for the money he had expended on
the child's kee? while he had been
in his uncle's care, but declined to
ghe him up. While the two mea
were arguing Mrs. del Bosco made a
motion as lf to pick up the chill. At
this Ribis drew bis revolver and fired
three times, felling her. Del Bosco
sprang at him, and Ribis shot him
through the head.    Rocco del Bosco,
HE STOPPED SHORT.
Reason For the Peculiar Signature en
th* Hotal Rsgistsr.
Many peculiar signatures ln tbe
course of a season find themselves
upon tbe register of a hotel. There
are foreign fists of all sorts ln script
that none but the Kytka could unravel. The most curious ot all. bow-
ever, was placed on the book only recently.   It ls this:
"Wm."
Only that and nothing more!
There Is no surname, no address,
uothlng at all but Just "Wm."
Tbis Is the way It happened:
A well dressed man entered tbe hotel the other day and followed his
b��gs to the desk. The register was
swung around Into position for blm
and n pen bunded him by the gentlemanly desk clerk. Then, in a free,
swinging hand, he wrote the accepted
abbreviation of his flrst name, "Wn?."
As If a thought bad suddenly occurred to blm, he slopped writing and
looked up.
"What do you charge 1*Sr a single
room bere by tbe day?" be asked.
"Three, four, flve and six dollars."
answered tbe clerk.
"Ain't you got no dollar rooms?"
"No, we hare uo dollar rooma
Three, four, five and six."
"Gosh:" he said, nnd be didn't look
the part either. "This Is no place for
me. Gimme my luggage."
And he sneaked out of tbe hotel as
ene wbo had trodtleu on sacred ground.
Which ls wby on tbe register today
li tbe odd signature:
"Wm."���San Francisco Chronicle.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
���treet, supplies men for all large
Jobs in thla vicinity.   Phone 624.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE
or trade?���Our excellent facilities
enable us to match all kinds of property, large or small, with equal
promptness. Farm lands, city or
town real estate, timber and mining property, stocks and bonds, mer
chandise or any other commodity.!
Try  us for quick action.    Western 0.clock unt0 the 25th day of August,
Investment & Trading Co., 179 Mc * B     '
Dermot avenue, Winnipeg, Man.
WANTED
Man or flrm to represent our company ln New Westminster and vicinity, upon a very liberal commission
basis. We are the exclusive authorized selling agent of the
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
Railway for lots ln the original town-
site of RIVERS, a divisional Point on
the main line of the G. T. P. Ry. We
are tho owner of the original town-
site of
Head Office, Waterloo, Ont.
No.  402782. $250.00.
Authorized  Capital $500,000.00.
This policy ls guaranteed    by    the
London & Lancashire Flre insurance j the"l9.yearild7o"n oftheb aTber. Who
Company.    Capital and Assests $23,- ^ been ln the rear   room   8tepped
600,000. out  and aB he entered the shop Rlbls
By this policy of Insurance in con-| d,Bcharged his fifth and last cartridge
sideratlon of the receipt of flve and ��� wounded him ln the thigh. The
60-100 dollars, do Insure P. a Ross, munderer iiuea ^ ���ut int0 the
Sir E. Clouston and Hon. R. McBride1 Btreet
(trustees of the Minto Cup)   against |     RlbjB ran  from th    sh       towardg
loss or damage to the amount of Twer ^ gtreet     Patrolman   Le(mard
Hundred and Fifty Dollars, the   PTO-|ran t0  ,ntercept  Ribis, drawing   his
perty hereinafter described.   The said  own    ,st0,     R,b,8 ,eve,led hU ,.
property  be ng  more  fully  described  ver and ran  Mtnlght at the   pollce.
in the application    of    the    assured snapping  th<s trigger  ineffectu-
wheh forms part and parcel of   this    ,,���       ,n  another moment   Leonard
policy. ...   I overpowered him and took him to the
And the said Company do hereby gtatlcm hoU9e.   On the way the police-
promise and agree to make good unto man and h,8 pr,Bon<jr were fonowcd
the said assured   all such Immediate b    an crowd of Bhouti      lul.
loss or damage by flre, not exceeding ,        among whom were most of the
he amount insured on the property murdered   man.B   neighbors    on    the
hereinafter  described   as  may  occur b,ock ^mem St. Mark's avenue and
from the 25th day of August  1911. 12 Pr0Bpect P.ace.
?^?Ck,��Un*��, ��Le            day ��   Au*UBt.      Ribts and his wife were childless,
Only while contained in the Car- ch���d Nlchol , , that her hu9.
negie library, or any other bunding band wag drinkin/alfd gambling am,
or location in the City of New West- gbe be���eved that*f ghe Bhad thfmlc
minster, ax,, i boy ghe would be   ble t   k       h,      t
i     Goad s Map.    Sheet 22, Block 140
ERIN'S ANCIENT KINGS.
Risk No. 45.
Attached to and forming part of
Policy No. 402782, issued on the Minto
Cup, by the Mercantile Fire Insurance
Company.
P. PEEBLES, Agent.
620  Columbia Street, City.
New Westminster, B.C., August 25,
1911. '-**i
TENDERS
FOR    SIXTH
SCHOOL.
AVENUE
Sealed tenders, superscribed "Tenders for Sixth Avenue School" and
addressed to C. E, Davey, Esq., Secretary New Westminster School
trustees, will be received up to 5
located on the main line of the G. T. I & P- m- of Thursday, September 7,
P. and on an important branch Une!1?11- tor the erection and com;letion
NOKOMIS!;
"The Junction City"
P. and on an important
Of the C. P. R. Tlie C. N. R. is to
extend its line through Nokomis and
It ls generally believed that the C.
N. R. will establish Nokomis as a
divisional point,
of a Three Story School to be erected
on Sixth avenue, New Westminster.
Plans anil 8(>ecificationB can be obtained on application to the undersigned on receipt of a deposit of $10,
To the right man or firm, our pro- j wliich will he refunded on the reposition is good for from $50 to $300 turn of the plans. Each tender must
���weekly In commissions. Don't say I be accompanied by an accepted bank
that this is impossible. We have al-1 cheque or certificate of deposit on a
most three hundred representatives chartered bank in Canada, made pay-
in various parts of Canada, who are able to the Secretary of tlie New
demonstrating that these figures as to, Westminster School Hoard, for a sum
tho amount It is possible to earn, are
conservative.
Only those who are in position to
devote some time to tbe sale of these
lots need apply. Complete Information as to our plan and offer upon request.
Grand Pacific Land Co. Limited
243 Somerset Bldg. Winnipeg, Man.
We want a representative in every
town in Canada to sell Nokomis and
Rivers lots and lots In other grow^
ing Western Canada towns.
equal to five (6) per cent of his tender, which sliall lie forfeited if the
party tendering decline to enter into
contract when called upon to do so
The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
'se returned to them upon the signing of the Contract.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER & MERCER,
Architects   to   the    School    Trustees,
New Westminster, B. C.
home at night. As Mrs. del Bosco
was then too ill to care for the infant, she gave her consent. Since
that time, it is said, the Ribis family
went through some form of adoption
as regards the child.
Demand   Chip's   Return.
A week ago the del Boscos made a
demand on Ri'iis for the return of
Nicholas but were confronted with
the so-called adoption papera. They
retained a lawyer and brought habeas
corpus proceedings in the Kings
County Supreme couit. The matter
was argued before Justice Scudder. Ic
was shown that the Rlblses had had
the child for some time, and Justice
Scudder ruled that he would al.ow it
to remain with them, giving the deli
Boscos permission to itnew tlieir application later.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Rlbls
took the child to visit i's grandmother
at 6 Denton Place, Brooklyn, anil tlie
two women left him before the house
while they were within talking. \\'he:i
Mrs. Ribis got ready to go slin f;unil
that the child had disappeared. She
went home and told h��r husband. He
immediately suspected what had become of it and promised h'.s wife thai
he would bring it buck to her. II?
left the house yesterday as usual unl
she knew nothing nf his purpose to
then demand the ie'u:n cf the child
Littlo Nicholas was sent to the
rooms  of  the  Children's  society.
Untimely Death Was the Rule Fer
Menarehe ef Old Ireland.
Tla ould Olreland can bate tbem all,
begorra, when lt comes to talkln' of
kings and coronations! For there was
probably a king of Ireland when Noah
was building bis ark. There certainly
waa one ln 1300 B. O. To be sure,
though, Ireland's ancient monarchs
mostly came to unhappy ends, either
dying of the plague, beiug assassluated
or killed In battle, aajra London An-
ewers.
For instance, King Lugbaldh, who
reigned in the second century, waa
killed by belnp thrust through the eye
With a spear during a conspiracy. Hia
successor, Feargus, was assassinated
bf order of the next comer, Cormac-
Dlfhada, who, however, wu merely
choked to death by a flsh bone at
anpper.
"Slain by hla successor," indeed, waa
the tate of very many Irish kings, but
of Conga! Clonmagbalr, who died in
C03, lt is simply but eloquently re
corded that he "died suddenly." He
waa a "cruel persecutor of the Irish
church." In 808 King Dathy waa
gtUeQ by q thunderbolt, frhlle King
Con&or died "ft sr*<st ip &3t. And oni
of the greatest ol tbeffi ait, lhe valiant
Brian Borolhme, waa assassinated ln
1014 while at prayer after he had defeated the Danes at Clontarf.
It la hardly surprising to learn that
four of Erin's kings resigned their
crowns to become peaceful, cloistered
monks. >
Water Nsossssry Fer Crops.
A grass plant will ln the course of a
hot day exhale Its own weight ot water, and a young leaf of wheat or rye
exposed to the sun may even exhale
Its own weight in an hour. Experiments summarized by Btorer Indicate
that "more than 300 pounds ot water
pass through a plant and are transpired from Its leaves for every pound
of dry matter fixed or assimilated by
the plant" In Wisconsin, King found
the mean amount of water used by
barley, oats, corn, clover, peas and potatoes ln producing a ton of dry mat-.
ter ranged from 270 tons for corn to
576 tons for clover, "the average for
the six crops being nearly 450 tons, or1
four acre inches for each ton of dry'
matter." ��� Agricultural Department
Tear Book.
TO
INVESTIGATE
RESOURCES  OF  EMPIRE
FOR  8ALE.
FOR   SALE���600    CHOICE    BUILD-
ing lots in  New Westminster and
Burnaby.    We will    make    special
terms  and conditions    to    anyone
,   wishing  to select lots  for building
purposes,  and  arrange  for  grading
streets, etc.    See   our Westminster
;   Heiphts   addition,    corner    Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
streets, water, electric light service,
etc.    As  soon  as construction    on
the new car line begins this   property will double in value immediately.    The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver,    613    Columbia   street,
New Westminster:''
FOR SALE���BUNGALOW FOR SALK
on Eighth avenue, near Twelfth
street, five rooms. Price $2900,
$500 cash. See this pretty home.
Kellington * Hendry, corner Columbia and Eighth streets.
ffa        i     i tmsmmmmiswBBBs
j CLEARED TROM CUSTOMS
j Today; the finest shipment
I    of Woolens, direct from
Peebles, Scotland.
Your Inspection Invited.
J. IN. Aichlson, Tailor
38 BEGBIE STREET.
Dressmaking
Tailor Suits, Evening Dresses, a',1
beautiful patterns, just received from
Paris.
Perfect   fit  guaranteed.    See
Mrs. Gaultier
Lavery Block.
Toronto, Aug. 24,���It i.-t understood
that P. C. Larkln, of 'J'oionto. v,ill be
Canada's representative on the Royal
I Commission  to  be appointed  by  the
1 British government to investigate an.l
I report on the conditions and resources
' of the empire in matters of industry
i and trade, as recommended by the recent Imperial conference.
It will be remembered thai the ap-
sion was proposed by Sir Wilfrid Laurier and endors".! by all tha other
| Prime Ministers. The Hritish government is acting on the proyosal,
and one of Canada's most capable
and most highly respected and most
public-spirited business men will devote himself for perhaps several
years to this great Imperial service.
It is understood that Mr. Larkln
has consented to accept this highly
honorably and responsible appointment.
Ths Magnetic Needle.
Tbere are two places on the earth's
surface where the magnetic needle
must point due south. They are not
easy places to reach. One ls In the
arctic regions north of the northern,
magnetic pole, on the line between that;
pole and the geogrnphlcal north pole.
The other is In the antarctic regions,,
south of the southern magnetic pole,:
on tbe line between that spot nnd th*
geographical soutb pole. In tbe first)
case the point of the needle ls attracted to tbe northern magnetic pole. Ia
the second case tbe other end of ths
needle ls attracted to the southern
magnetic pole.
���'���:*.���
Medical Student In Trouble.
Toronto, Aug. 25.���Because \V. H.
Butt, a medical student, took a position to look after a practitioner's
business antl attended a case duiing
the doctor's absence, lie is now fating a charge of breach of the Medical Act. He is alleged to have attended a patient without heine duly
qualified. The case was rem"ndod
1 for a week without Butt making a
plea.  ,_.    __
Reasonable Fear.
"John. Is that you?"
"Yesb, Mary." \
"What ln the world are you dolnil
down there? Why don't yota come up
to bed?"
"I'm afraid of gettln' hurt on these
darned revolvia' stairsh." ��� Chicago
Record-Herald.
Tict
He (to second wife)���I am glad tei
be ln this charming spot once more.1
She���I thought you were here on your'
bridal tour with your first wife. He���'
Yes, but I was so much In love I never
saw the landscape.-Fllegende Blatter.
No Free Hand Drawing.
Sob���Father. I've decided to become
an artist    Have you any objection}1
Father���No, provided yoa don't draw
on me.���Boston Transcript
Mean.
"What did the lady say when ye*
told her I was out?"
"She smiled and said, 'Friday's Mt
always an unlucky day."* ,_    ,1
WANTED
If your property ls for sale and the price and terms are right, wo
want It, as we have clients who are desirous of making Investments in this city In the shape ot vacant lots, houses or revenue
producing property. What have you ? $500 to $5000 cash ag first
payment.
OWNER* PNLY.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 929.
Room 16, Collister Block.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,      W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President. Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
=   LUMBER CO., LTD.   ==
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
For Choice Beef, Mutton
Pork or Veal
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.!
'Phone 101.
645 Columbia St. J
>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
CUTLERY
See Our Window Display off Pearl Handle Goods
FISH   8ET8
FRUIT 8ET8
FISH CARVERS
BREAD KNIVE8
DE88ERT SETS
DINNER SETS
BUTTER 8PREADER8
CAKE KNIVES
BERRY 8POON8, ETC.
THC
JEWELER
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and   B.C.E. R'y   1
>����������������������������������������������������������������������������X
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
lOTimilManufactnrers and Dealers In All Kinds ol
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, INTERIOR FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXES LARGE STOCK PLAIN AND
lill IH *���"-'   I1  ' FANCV GLASS. ^��
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12
New Weetmlneter
Box 137
See Our Stratford Step Ladders
The only Perfect Ladder made. We have the Fruit
Picking, Extension and the Faultless Step Ladders,
perfect in strength and price.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
���������nun
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your��kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
u
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy-
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable, oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       \  i  /.
portions to cleanse *^]jM*,
easily, vigorously,. ^^ ** ''^
and without harm to ���
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY,
9        Makers oi FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake* SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
tHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD OF TRADE���NEW WKS'l-
minster Board of Trade meets tn tn*
board room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday ot eacn mourn:
quarterly meeting on tne tnirc
Tnursday ol February, May, August
and November, at e p.m. Annual
meeilngi on the third Thursday ot
February. New member* may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meetuia. C. H
Btuart-Wade. secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
Tbe regular meetings ot this lodge
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. Qeorge Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrleter-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New West
minster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
IWADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE A
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot
flees, Williams building. 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C Wade, K. 0.1
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.
THEROYAUJNE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRI8TOL, ENGLAND
Shortest Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL GEORGE   AUG. 23
ROYAL EDWARD  8EPT. 6
ROYAL GEORGE  8EPT. 20
ROYAL EDWARD  OCT. 4
ROYAL GEORGE  OCT. 13
ROYAL EDWARD  NOV. 1
ROYAL GEORGE  NOV. 15
Rates of  Passage:
1st Clast, $92.50, and upwards.
2nd Class, $53.75, and upwards.
3rd Claas, Bristol or London, $31.25
Further information from Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, or write,
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
For Up-to-date
RI IN TING
P
GO TO
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
eollcltor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
FISH  AND GAME.
AYLING b SWAIN, FI8H, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Deaa Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of Jo'o
printing.
rhomoeon Block. Phone 388.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
IH to 26 H. P.
I and 4 Cycle.
Local Agenta
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  SS.
Tenth  St.,  New  Westminster.
at an enjoyable card party cn Thursday afternoon complimentary to Mrs.
Macrae. Seven tables were airang.il
and the fortunate winners were Mrs.
C. C. Worsfold, first prize, ant Mra.
JoneB (Seattle), the l;ng hind. The
guests Include 1 Mrs. Beatty, Mrs.
Charles Doherty, Mrs. A. C. Eddy,
Mrs. U. E. Allen, Mrs. James B.ym-
ner, MrB. Charles MacDonald, Mrs.
J. C. Armstrong, Mrs. Allison. Mis.
Cotton, Mrs. R. H. Gordon, Mrs. W.
M Russell. Miss E. N. Sutherland
Mrs. R. H. Davidson. .Mrs. Gracey,
Mrs. E. A. Ureame. Mrs. Moss, Mrs.
Albert UIU, Mrs. Ilannlngton, Mrs.
Bole, Mrs. C. B. McAllister, Mrs.
John Allen, Mrs. N. Gauvreau, Mlss
st**   Pk0.i���/_,"    I     . a*, .    ,     ���   I Hrlggs   Mlss Armstrong, Miss Frjscr,
,.,.   n,it nf tf      f ,"���' ofMV,?��-|a' U  Miss Freeze and Miss Martin,
tlie guest of Mra. Arthur Mains. i
���    New Westminster
I SOCIETY;!
<> 1
*���������������������������������������������������������������������������i
Miss  Beattie,  of  Kamlooi s,  was  a
visitor  In   town  early   In    the  week.;
a   *   a I
Mr. and  Mrs. O. D. Brymner huve
turned from a short stay  ln  Seattle '
Mr.  Arthur   Malins
for cricket week.
ls   ln   Victoria
Mrs. C.  E.  Lewis and   the   Misses
One of the prettiest weddings of
Lewis we home from their ems at lhc season waB "o'emnlzed at Holy
Hiackle S;>lt. ! Trln">' Cathedral last Saturday after-
*       a    a    a i noon,   when   Miss   Helen   Macgowan,
Taylor,   of   Enderby,   is   tht" JS���*** dal,Bhter  of   A��r-   and   Mrs.
W. H. Macgowan, was united ln marriage to Mr. J. F. Ralnsford Balloch,
'of this city, ln the presence of a
large number of guests, by Kev. Can-
Miss
guest
street
of   Ms s.   Macgowan,   Second
Mrs. James Leamy returned on
Monday from a two months' stay at
Blackie Spit.
���   ���   ���
Mrs. S. J. Thompson, of Vancouver, was the guest of Mrs. J. C. Brown
on Monday.
on d'Easum. Tbe groom was sun-
I ported     by    Mr.    Keith    Macgowan,
brother of the bride. The ushe:s
! were   Mr.   Motherwell,   Mr.   Shannon
and Mr. Frank Major. Promptly at
. the appointed hour the wedding party
came down the center aisle to the
' strains of Lohengrin Wedding March.
The bride was attired in a vtry hand
some gown of white duchesse satin
| with ninon tunic embroidered with a
I dainty gpray of silver beads anl wme
a bridal veil over a coronet cf on ng >.
I blossoms, and carried an exquisite
{ boquet of white  bride's  rosc-s.    Her
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business letters, etc.; circular work taken.
Pbone 416. Rear of Major and
Savage's offlce, Columbia St.
NEW    WE8TMINSTER    MAIL
8ERVICE
(Time T,n*
of ��*
Arrival;- Closing:
26: OS���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday) .23:00
7:40���Vancouver via 13. C. E. R.
(dally except Sunday). ��� 8:00
12:00- Vancouver via. B. C. E. R.
(dally   except   Sunday). .11:16
M:00��� Vancouver via B. C'E. R..
(dally eacept Sunday)..1C:0C
8:00���Victoria via B. C.  E. R.
t****r aacept Sunday).. 8:00
13:00���Vmarta  via  B.  C.  K.  R
(daily except Sunday) .11:15
7:30��� Ual��ed States via G. N. It-
(dally eacept Sunday).. 9.48
16:15���United States via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All polnta east and Europe   (dally)   8:30
22:30���All pslnts east and Europe   (daily)    H:00
10:18���Sapperton and Fraser
Mills (dally except
Sunday)        8:30
10:00���8apperton and Fraser
mills (dally except
Sunday)       14:00
10:48���Coquitlam   (daily except
Sunday)        8:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11-16
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday)   13:30
10:00���Tlmberland (Tuesday and
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, and leaves
Monday, Wednesday
and   Friday    14^30
10:00��� Launer. ''oil Guichon,'
Westham Island, Burr'
Villa       1
110:00���Annieriiie. Sunbury (daily
except Sunday)   14:30
10:00���Woodwards (Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday)    14:30
Down    River    Mall   on    Saturday
closes at 13:30.
10:60���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(dally except Sunday) ..14:20
11:30���Cloverdale and Port Kells
via  G.   N.   R.   (dally  ex-
(daily except Sunday) .14:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesday. Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30���Barnaby Lake (dally except Sunday  16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except  Sunday)    23:00
16:16���Crescent, White Rock and
Blaine (dally except
Sunday)   9:46
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   9
11:30���Chilliwack, Milner, Mt.
Lehntaa, Aldergrove, O*
ter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas, Surrey Centra,
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayvllle,
Strawberry Hill, South .
Westminster, Clover
Valley, Coghlan, Sardis. Majuba Hill, Rand,
via B. C.  E.  R.  (dally
evcept Sunday)    8:30
16:60���Chilliwack, Cloverdale
and Abbotsford via B.
C. E. R. (dally except
Bunday) ...17:30
F. G. GARDJNER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner & Mercer
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK.
Phone  661. Box 772
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B. C.
:46
, Mlss Irene Schaake has Just returned from a month's visit to Elma,
Wash, and other Sound Cities.
��� *    a
The Misses RamBey, of Chilliwack,
are the guests of Mrs. G. D. Brymner
for a short  time.
��� ���   .
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Sutherland are only ornament was the bridegroom's
spending a week with Mr. and Mrs.   ��,ft-   B   beautiful   diamond    necklace
F. N. Sinclair. t She was attended by Mlss Nora Arm-
' ���   ���   ��� strong, who wore a dainty  frock  of
Miss Mowat, of Enderby, Is the Pale blue satin and a b,ack Picture
guest of Miss Corbould for a few hat wlUl Plnk loses' and can led pink
days. carnations.    The two little nieces of
��� ���   ��� | the bride Mary Macquarrte and Peg-
Miss Parnell arrived from England  SY Macgowan, acted as flower girls
on Mondav and ls the guest of Mrs.  and   made a moBt  charming  picture
Nevile Smith i m tbelr quaint Kate Greenaway cos-
��� ���   ��� tumes of pink chiffon and pink ros _���
Mr. and Mrs.  L. B. Lusby are ex-' bud   wreaths   on    their   heads,   and
rected homo from their summer cam')  carrying baskets of pink sweet peas,
at  Creston  today. I After the Bervlce at the church a re-
��   '���   ��� I ceptlon was held at the residence of
MIss Marian Martin enWtainel at  th�� bride's parents on Second st eet
a Jolly evening on Wednesday for the  Mrs- w- H   Macgowan wore a hand-
Misses Ramsay,  of Chilliwack. ,some   costume   of    gray    silk    with
��    ��. ��� touches  of   mauve;   Mrs.   Macgowan,
' grandmother of the bride, was gown-
Mr. H. M. Ankelell Jones, of Bur-
rlshoole House, Mayo, Ireland, was
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Norman Bole.
���   ���   ���
Mrs. J. H. Couthard, of Victoria,
who  has   been   travelling   in   Europe
ed in black silk with point lace trim
mlngs; Mrs. W. G. Macquarrle, the
bride's sister, a dainty gown of emerald green ninon over a lighter
shade of satin and a large black hit.
After  a  pleasant   hour  spent   In   re-
for the past two years, is at present ^eivi"g, congratulations  and  enjoying
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phono 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front SL, Foot of Sixth.
Sole agent for
Hire's Root Beer
Mineral Water*,   Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Prlnctss St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Be*   Phone IU.     Barn   Phone ISH
Begbie Street.
Saggag*   aeiiverea    promptly   2a
aay part of the city.
*�� iight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DSPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C
I
the  bright  toasts,  the   happy  couple
motored   to   Vancouver,   where   they
,   ,.       ..   took the seven o'clock train for Ash-
"'���."l".?-,"^8^"-81".0!3.1!."'  WO" 'rom which place they left for a
three weeks' riding trip through th<?
beautiful Similkameen district. The
bride left in her Jaunty riding costume of khaki, booted and spuredl
ready for her pony. Among the
many guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. C.
Balmer McAllister, Mr. and) Mra.
Gowan Macgowan, Mr. and Mrs. Git-
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Collister. Mrs.
WllUr-m Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Av-
dagh, Dr. and Mis. Doherty, Mr. and
Mrs. F. N. Sinclair, Mr. and Mis. E.
N. Sutherland, Captain and Mi s. Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. William Wo'.fen-
den, Mr. and Mrs. Browne (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs. Nevile Smi h, Mf.
and Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Armstrong, Mrs. J. C.
Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alien.
Mr. and Mrs. A. (T. Eucly, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Russell, Miss Corbould,
Miss Peele, Miss Margaret Lewis, the
Misses Brown, Miss Josephine Martin.
Miss Rand, Miss Freese, Miss Warwick, Miss Pittendrigh, Miss McBride, Miss Fiaser. Miss Briggs, Miss
Martin, Mr. Turner, Mr. Brown and
Mr. O'Brien.
the guest of Mrs. W. Norman Bole.
pect to move into their handsome
new residence on Royal avenue eir.y
in September.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. N'. Gauvreau, Mrs. Gracey and
Mlss Brusterman have retume! from
a pleasant outing spent ut Cowlchan
Lake. "���
��� ���   ���
Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.  G.   Mactiuarrle,
who came home for the Macgowan-
Balloch wedding will return to Creston today for another two weeks.
* a     .
Miss Sharley Wright, who has been
spending some time with Mrs. J. R.
Grant at Blue kie Spit, ls expected
home today.
* ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. W. Norman Bole
have returned from their summer
home at Belcarra. and Ms. Bcle will
receive on the first Tuesday in every
month.
Mrs. Castle Moss and cltildren, of
Vancouver, are back in town after a
month's outing at Blackie Spit, and
are at present the guests of Mrs. C.
E. Lewis.
... |
Mrs. McBride and    Mlss    McBride  CANADIAN
returned Wednesday evening from   al
trip to Prince Rupert, and at pesent
are the guests of the Premier at Vic-'    Toronto, Aug. 25.���Canadian cheese
toria. i Is  commanding  attention   by  Its  ex-
���   ���   ��� ! cellence  in  the  British  markets,  ac-
Invitations are out for the marriage   cording  to  G.  G.   Publow,  of   King-
of Miss Eva Blanch Weart, daughter  ston. Chief Dairy Inst.u.tor for East-
CHEESE
IS   APPRECIATED
���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
TICKETS ON SALE:
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Weart, and Mr.
Alfred Alexander Lefurgey, at Christ
church. Vancouver, on Sept. fi, at two
o'clock. ���-���   !
��   ���   t*
The   Bishop   of   New   Westminster
and Mrs. de Pencier, are giving a garden party at the See House this afternoon from lour to seven.   The invita-  high  quality.    From   present  appear-
tions included a large number out-of-  anees   Mr.   Publow   thinks   that   Eng-
town friends. I lish cheese Is likely to be short this
*    *    * I year, so that good prices will be re-
Mrs. G. D. Brymner was a hostess  ceived for the fall make of Canad an
at   a   delightful   summer   dance   on  cheese.
ern Ontario, who has Just re urn 3d
from a six weeks' visit to th? o'.d
country. He saw cheese in London'
from other countries, anl foun 1 that
the best Canadian product is meeting with a very favorable reception
in the English market. The merchants are extremely pleaded wl h it-.
August 14, 16, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 28,
29, 30.
September 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7.
Going Limit, Fifteen Days.
Final Return Limit, October 31, 1911. 'smith," m7."'Harry ~Greame, Mr. AlbeVt
For rates and full information ap-  Beatty, Mr. Hill
Monday evening, given for her
nephews, Mr. Hamilton and Dyme
Harrison. Harper's orchestra, of
Vancouver, furnished the music, and I
a very informal and Jolly evening
was enjoyed by all present. The
guests were Mrs. Farquhar Macrae,
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Doherty, Mr. and
Mrs. Gracey, Mr. and Mrs. Russell,
the Misses Ramsey, Mlss Martin, Mlss
Josephine Martin, Mlss Nora Armstrong, Miss Alma Lewis, the Misses
Brown,   Mr.   Major,   Mr.   Ward,   Mr.
Brown, Mr. Turner, Mr. Shannon, Mr ' -,     . - o     O 1
Motherwell,  Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Sidney SlMCier   &   DretllOUr
SEE McELROY
for sewer connectior s
'Phone R672
Phon* 699.
P. O. Box 501.
ply to
H. W. BRODIE.
A. G. P. A.
Vancouver.
E. GOULET,
Local Agent.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
A party of thirty children had A
lovely time at the home of Mrs. A. M.
Mallns on Wednesday afternoon.
Games of all description were indulged ln, and each little heart was
made glad by a present from a grab
basket. Among the children were
Catherine Fraser, Chisholm Frazer,
Mildred Greame, Beverley Jones, Rachel and Esther Eddy, Gordon Corbould, Norman Bole, Warren M:ilfn3
Watson Jones, Mary
1-eggy MacGowan, Betty . Macrae,
Mary Keary. Bill Dohery. Noel Armstrong, Mary Malins, Clara M.illns,
Charlie and Lewis Moss, Piggy Gordon, Dorothy Mathers.
Mrs. T. 3. Armstrong w;s a hostess
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent of-
Macquairie   "ce- B,8,ra Cigar store. Office phone
' L 508, Residence phone 501.
IT
PAYS TO
ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY
NEWS
The Hand
That Cooks
The Dinner
is the hand that rules the world.
In spite of what they say about
"cradles", the stove is the all-Important factor in "home-rule."   A
Chancellor
ri��h.%^.^ra?,eethatlhe!i\and,,uWilIl'etPyour h0��' ""Tin* In the
right direction of economy and health. �������������� *** u��
Please call and see our line of GURNEY-OXFORD STOVFS .**a
RANGES that are built.nd sold on honor The Ch^cellori^tope^
Oiford are eqmpped with the Oatori Econon&r. Come and Su,
���how you how this marvellous device saves time and fuel by as^SetouS
of the lever; how it hold* fire, and directs odors up the chimney/
��n. SS DiTiai,,�� <>�������.Strip guides heat equally all over the oven-a
fine baktng .nsurance. The R.v.r.ibl. Grate saves time and fuel-wart^
These, with other star features make us proud to show theGurneyOxfoiS
 line.  Design-finish���workmanship-all these details
we want to demonstrate to your entire satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
NEW WESTMIN8TER.
The Strength of Fit-Reform is
The Weakness of the Tailor
S
PECIALIZATION IN TAILORING is at once the
strength of Fit-Reform and the weakness of the custom
tailor.
Every man in the Fit-Reform corps is a skilled tailor���a master
tailor���who devotes his talents to doing one individual part
of the work of designing, cutting, shaping or hand stitching.
It is but natural that a number of experts���each doing one
part of the work���will complete the garment quicker and bettei
than one tailor who must measure,
design, cut, sew, wait on customers
and keep books.
The Morning Coat and Frock Coat,
shown above, examplify the perfection and economy of the Fit-Reform
system.
303
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster 7=
tr*m*,*.
A
PAGE FOUR
"���i^WII
IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
The Daily News
Published by Tba Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Btreets.
can Episcopal chuich, was a guest of
Captain and Mrs. Thomas on Thursday. , ..
Tlie public school reopens on Monday.
The Boosters club of Burnaby Lake
will resume their meetings when ttl
members have all returned f.otn thc,r
summer outing.
Mr. and   Mrs.  Claude  Hill  are    at
X7^T^~^^^ their summer cottage at'NVhlte Reck
Return   Hospital   Ships
i     Tokyo,  Aug.  :.5.���An official  statement   will   be  issued    tomorrow  concerning the return to Russia'of the
��� former  hospital   ship  Angara,   which
over which be rules, and possibly the
greatest-in  Europe except   the ciar. I
His property  ln Germany  ls   spread
over 8000 sqpare miles, and yields a ���
ground rent of $200,000 a year. Thej
greater   part   of the   property   Is   de- i
voted to the emperor's palace ln Ber-1
Hn, which  ls not  his  personal prop-
erty, but those of Belevue and Mont- ]
lijon, also sltuuted in the capital^and :
private residences.
In  Pottsdam  the emperor    has    13
private  mansions,  for  the  most  part ]
occupied   by  members   of  the   royal j |
family.     They   are   the   New   palace,
Hahclsherg palace, the Orangeile, the!
Marble palace, Sans Souci C stle. the)
School Opens Monday
I was sunk by her crew, at Port Ar-istadt schloss, the hunutlng-box Pos
thur November, l'.ioi. to prevent the ter, Peacock Island. Ch irlottendof.
vessel  falling  into  the hands  of tho | castle, the>_Mv��|ere, BsfaW castle.
Japanese. The ship was .refloated bv
the Japanese, converted'lfito nn auxiliary cruiser and added lo the navy o.
Japan. She was then renamed the
Anegawa und used us a training
ship. .'���
HOMES OF KAISER NUMBER
NEARLY  ON& HUNDRED
 ���**%��
UNWARRANTED   INTERFERENCE.
The Standard of Emi Ire pioftssuj
to be, we believe, a non-polit cal i
organ, designed primarily ti te.ve as
��� record of events throughout tlie Empire. But of late this jum n.J ijuvs i��it
aside Its uon-partizau Ideas aud has
displayed a strong tendency to tako
Hides. In the Issue of August 11 np
pear a series of comments lu whicli
the pollcy ot Sir Wilfrid Luurler and
the government of this Dominion In'
regard to reciprocity is strongly
criticized.    The  writer Bays:
"Everyone  who  knows  Sir  Willild
ia ready to Ixlleve that he ls llnoCrj]
in  his  reiterated  statements that he
would never Bet his hand to uny measure calculated to weaken tha Britisli
connection, or strike a blow at British
interests, or interfere with the British j
Preference.    But, with every rcllanoo|
upon    his    sincerity,   Canada'   reads
these  damning  statements  frdm  the!
chief leaders of politics hnd trade in  ddjw/tc*   ..jli_ ���" r.
.    . .      i PRINCESS   STREET���-Full   ��zed
And,    remember ' ��� ��� ���       a-aao
and   a   mansion   uped   as   the    headquarters  of the whole   estate, willed ]
goes with the crown, as have Stettin
and  Cassel, though  his  majecty  has
also, a private residence at  the last!
named place.    The    famous Wilhelm- *
simlie.   near   Hamburg,   is   the    sole I
property of the sovereign.
So also are the lordly  domains at   ]
Wiesbaden,       Koenlgswuster-hausen,
llerlln   Aug   28 ��� Ono  would   have  Osnabruck.   Trouville;    Romlnten,   on
sunposed   that   the   Kmpeior  of   Ger-  the   Russian   frontier;   Schoen'iausen,
many already possesse I auffb lent ies
Idences,   bul   he   hus  just    purelmsed
another property at Lehnin. near
Potsdam, which brings the number
of his estates wlttikffhe German empire to 34. not counting seven other
domains which follow the crown. In
fact, Emperor William l^.by far the
largest   landowner   In' tne    country
In     the     suburbs;       Charlotte nbti'g,
Swedt.  Homberg cn  the   Hill. O'lvlu.
Coblenz   and   the    famous    Cudlnen
Hunting-boxes���In     reality,    gigantic ||
mansions capable of holding a lions
party of 50���are to lie found at Huh-j
ertusstock,   Soerde,   Springe,   Letzlln- i
gen. Georgeesgarten,  Bruehl and Be-!
math.
Ws list :]Coquitlam
the Tnited States.
Imperial patriotism is it living force j
In Canada's daily ti to On the one
band, Canada has its government's
assurance that the pact eflthipt In anyway affect British interests.' On the
other hand, putting aside all the loud
and very open talk about ultimate
absorption, Canada has the solemn
and categorical assurances of the
chief supporters of the i>aot In the
United States, given in advocacy of
the pact, that It must be accomplished because It is the only thing which
will prevent tbe accomplishment j of
All-British union and ��� progress iu
trade; the only way ot dlMtrtldg Canada's trade from East ahd' West inter-
Empire channels into North and
South Pan-American channels."
The standard of Empire has done
and can do excellent service to th9
cause of Empire; but its success in
this respect can only result so long as
it retrains trom meddling in affairs
which concern, only the domintous
overseas. The reciprocity agreement
is a purely domestic matter whicb
concerns Canada alone, and we fail to
^^^     lot,
cleared, facing soutb. Price $850;
one-third cash, balance 6 and 12
months. '    -i-V'1-
 ���'     i r ���  ll i	
FOURTH AVENUE���Double corner
on Fourth avenue and'First street;
a flne building proposition. Price
$3000; one-third cash, balance 6 anj
12 months. �����������.', i --:-
1  l",'fMi'
WE8T END���Three fine Iota near
Eighteenth street. Prjce ��� $2500.
one-third cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months.
i       l HI   *t
TENTH AVENUE���Between Sixth
and Eighth streets, I building lots,
all cleared. These are money |
makers. Price fl50"Wv-$S<Wr one-]
quarter cash, baiantV'^'i?,' 18 and \
24 months.
Lot 15, D. L.
372,4.8 acres
$275 an acre;
$500 cash;
concerns Canada atone, ana we ian io i . -   . -i        -i *     r\ 1 I
see any good or sufficient reas.n for  EDMONDS STATION<r��).ot8.'In block,   Uj> lo'Tipp A     X ��11*1(1
this Interference ot our contemporary j     ,450 t0 $475 each  ''These'are    in   UdlClIH^C ^��y O CXLIKX
^H I
i
12 months.      |
This property
is fifty yards
from C. P. R.
track.
AND OUR
SCHOOL SUITS
ARE READY
There's a whole
army of school
boys to be fitted
out with school
clothes during
the next two
days. We expect
to see a large
share of them,
and we promise
in advance, the
best school suits
made, and without a doubt the
best school suits
ever bought for
the prices.
AU sizes from 5 years up
$3.00, $3.50; $5.00, $7.50, $10, $15
FREE !   With every boys' suit we will give a SCHOOL BAG, free.
Reid & McDonald
601 Columbia Street.
The Store of Satisfaction
Bank of Montreal
this Interference of our c&nte'tnporany
therein. The comments to which w
have referred are rendered the mo e
objectionable by the addition of-' a
most unfair reflection upon the 'intelligence of the Canadian people and
the honesty of the government. Tue
writer concludes his criticism wiih
the following:
"My  own  conviction  is  that  if, in
some way, tl.e reciprocity pact cau.J
te    utterly     diverted���as,    goodntsi
t-.aows.    it or.s.t   to   be '.���from   the
party   machine,   an.l   from   the    outstanding perscmlity of    that    gie.it
Canadian pcli u_l Uader, Sir Wilfrid
Lauiier;    then    Canada-   would    p.o-
nounce against it by a ^jf.y per cam.
majority.     That   is   my   conviction,
based  upon a pretty cl06e  study    of
Canada.    But, although  we  may  siy
tbc issue is clear In Canada's election
���for or against  reciprocity���it    wi.l |
be nothing of the knd.    There neve,' |
can  be  a  clear  issue  under  political j
system.   Canada will vot \ nor for ori
against reciprocity, but for or agains:
the line organization of tlie party no>v
iis   power;   for or  against  the  most
commanding and Impressive   personality In Canadian politics.    And tli:it,l
ulM It, is a pity, for Cana.la, and'
ior the Empire."
To suggest in this way that the
electorate of Canada is at the me.cy
of the government organization, and
at the command of Sir Wilfrid Laurie;
is nothing less than a libel. Every
man in this Dominion who pWaessef
.a vote is perfectly at 1 barty to express his approval or disapproval ol
reciprocity on Sep:ember :l, and the
secrecy of the ballot amply protect;
hira from any undue influence b,?ing
used to compel his subniiss.on io i.ny
party or policy.
$450 to  $475 each.    These
the   locality   that   ls   moving.     See
us at once.
EAST   END���Full   sized   lots  at $375
each.   These will not last long.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696. 622 Columbia  street.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       914,400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana In London, Eng-
'.and, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
baaklng business transacted. Let
ters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dspsrtment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
innum   (present  rate).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It la the stuff that tha foundations of wealth and happiness ara built of.
Money may be used In two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now and to Invest for what ahall be needed In the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE W.TH A SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
The Western Steam
and Oil Plants Ltd.
210 Carter-Cotton Blk.
Phone Seymour 7676.
or  Phone 324,
New Westminster.
OPEN 7 TO 9 TONIGHT.
Peoples Trust Co
jLIMITEDj
431  Columbia       X        Telephone 669
BURNABY LAKE NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs. Peers anl family
J. .ive gone camping on Victoria Island.
Captain Thomas has retuined from
Bowen island, where he was the gueai
-Of Rev. Mr. Antel at Posterland camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceperf-*}*,' -ar.,- have
gone  motoring in the  United  Sla.e^.
The B. C. E. R. station at Bu.iwo..
Lake has boen moved \uia week tc
the south side of the track.
Several Important ral esta. 'deil.
havo been consumated o: late, and
several of the buyers- Intend building |
Di. Wal'ter Is hav ng his Pol ��� Lint
property, overlooking Deer lake, e'ear-,
��� a. and is intending building.
Rev. F.  rt. lia e:::r.n, ol ths Amri-
Liberal Rally!
Campaign Headquarters
Hardman Hall, McKenzie street, over "News" office
Tues. Evening, Aug. 29
Meeting will open at 8 o'clock.
Short addresses by local and
outside speakers.
Organization work after meeting.
Hall open every night except Sunday, for
committee work and discussion.
GEO. KENNEDY,
President.
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E. GOULET,
Secretary.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
paor rtrm.
SENIOR AMATEURS PROMOTE
ATTRACTIVE ATHLETIC TOURNEY
-City's   Leading Sportsmen Will Take Part In  Monster
Revival of Squared Circle and Mat Twirling Arts���
Salmons' Out to Win Tenth Engagement���
Nels Nelson's Acumen.
BY ROBERT A. WILSON.
THE event of the local sport Ine; think lovers of the mitt game have
season will of course, be tho seen in action here, wlll be one of the
athletic tournament which has most promising performers, and hi
been organized by the senior umuteur I will show how lt was possible for
lacrosse club to enable them to clear him to land hls championship honors,
off their debt which hus boen incurred, Spoilsmen, roll up and help In a
this saison Hia Worship, Mayor good cause. I can guarantee that
1 ee bS from the Inception of the af- the program will be wo.th more than
full' taken a keen Interest In what, tbegate money charged,
promises to he a huge success flnun-| ���
dally and every other way. Club o EVEN days ln which to hold try-
manager George Orlmston. and hon-j^ outs will without doubt make a
orary secretary James I. Keary, have ** big difference to the Salmon
been untiring ln their efforts to pie-! Bellies, and when the chosen twelve
sent to the lovers of good, clean sport stop onto the field at Queens park,
the best talent ln the amateur box-' we may sit back content ln the knowl-
lng and wrestling world of the north- j edge that leach wlll play the game of
west coast, and with* the kindly as- his life. Only those who follow
elstance of my good friend Chester. closely the stlckhandllng game know
Mclntyre, of the V. A. C, a program j what victory means for the present
which should satisfy tbe voil.st glut- ] holders of the championship and the
ton. has been framed. Having ln a Minto cup. "Victory" must be the
small measure been associated with j one word used; we are not going to
those behind the scenes It ls pleasing i begin to start to think about employ-
to record the fact that right from thej lng the opposite word "defeat." Re-
' beginning the event spelt "success.' grets are many that Tommy Gifford
Every prominent sportsman Ih West- will not be on the line-up and des-
minster Jumped at the Invitation to, plte the fact that the captain told m?
officiate ln some way or the other, j he would be out for sure, lt would be
nnd each seemed all too eager to lend j madness if Manager Welsh permitted
his good services in a good cause. i Tommy to play ln the first engage-
�� ment.    Gifford  Is  really   ill,  and  al-
WTa '"a*! ^KriS Zl t  �� #-X^I-M^dv^J^S
llln, those* who Wiil crowd the house  J*^-- ^jjfrjj*
CURIOSITY got the be.ter Of me
on Wednesday as to how
really bad a baseball umpire
could be, this after reading the long
screeds in the Vancouver papers with
inference to the alleged raw deals
banded out by Umpire Uaumgurtcn.
Yes, he sure Is bad. Ono tf my fo e
bears having been engaged in government service���I forgei Just what
the sentence was for���I pilile myself
ou a good memory for faces and
voices, but I could not counsel llaum
garten untll when 1 asked President
Dugdale, of the Seattle nine, about
the dlmlnutatlve Indicator holder and
he came out with the words, "Think
he comes from California; p;;anut
seller or something like that." Then
It Hashed back to me. Jakey Baum-
garten, the undersized but nifty
howic of drinkables an.l eatables at
the old rtfrilance club ln Oakland over
the water from Huii Kianclsco. Dug
dale told me that umpire-, in th-
Northwestern league were paid at tin
rate of from $LT.u to $300 .per month
with expenses.    Lucky dorgs.
Two Hound Thompson, of this
cliy, will ln all likelihood
sign articles this evening in
Vancouver to meet Pete Muldoon m a
ten or fifteen round gloved argument
at Chilliwack ln the Immediate future.
Thompson, who has b'.'in Itching for
a battle with the padded mitts', Is
rapidly getting back to his own
weight at 158 pounds, and promises
to go Into the ring against his formidable opponent and fail ly eat him up.
will see an array of amateur talent
the like of which has not been before presented ln the Royal city,
while the "stage hands" will include
such rattling good sportmen as Aldermen Wells Uray and J. J. Johnston,
Bob Cheyne, Matt Phillips, Peter
Peebles, Tlm Mahoney, C. A. Welsh,
Jack Watson, every member of th.J
world's champion lacrosse team,
many of whom will be present as seconds, and Mr. Th\Tias Gifford, M. L.
A. At this writing the precise program can't be announce'!, as Chester
Mclntyre Is endeavoring to get in
touch with some of hls V. A. C. boys j
who are on holiday, but whom Mac.:
says will be dellghEeS to come over i
and help in every way to take thn
senior amateurs out of the hole.
the hardest in the series, the final
whistle should sound with the Sal
mons winners.
D
OES Jack Johnson fear bis
clash with Billy Wells, tbe
English heavyweight champion? The black fellow left London
this week for a motoring holiday to
France.' Verb. sap.
THOSE who follow amateur
sport for sports sake agree
with me that the pollcy
adopted at the meeting of the Vancouver and District Amateur Football
association of paying referees is a
short-sighted one. White I appreciate
tbe fact that Cana liana should not
always follow ln the steps of tho
motherland, I am Inclined to the
onlnlon that when hundreds of first
rate whistle holders are weekly on
the fields over the herring pond
officiating for the enjoyment, there
must be many here fully qualified Who
would take on the duties without
hopes financially. If amateurism in
its broadest sense Is to be an established fact In this part of the globe,
then for goodness sake, let us have
the real article, not a half and half
measure.
HE week Just closing has been
a busy one in association foot-
hall circles, what with the formation of the Westminster city-
league, the postponed general meeting of the W. C. F. C. and the bomb
shell thrown Into the amateur camp
by the announcement that the Rovers
had. been admitted to the Vancouver
and district professional league. Tbe
public  of  this  city   have   been  with-
���. ���      -T--     - out   football   matches   tevery   Satur-
I  want to plainly state  a      ,n  the   pMt   B<?Il80nei  bul   thlgi
.aonvtke-aaiilesB-.^Bum^^^^j- j^frs w|11 not 0fctaIn ln-thc.<
future, If the schemes of those be-
���hlnd the city amateurs and the Rovers do not miscarry. It Is the Intention of the amateur club to,have at.
least one game on local 'grounds,
either at Queens park or Moody
square each seventh (or sixth) dav
while the professionals promise to
dish up important matches at least
every other Saturday. The latter
combination who have already gathered in many simoleons for the purchase of a new rig-out, will play Vancouver teams here on the thre-> Important holidays. Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year's Day in
Vi I this city.    Things are hustling some,
H I      a.*
Team Against Stew Bums.
The following twelve will represent
A and B companies of the 104th regiment in the lacrosse match ag&nsi
the Stew Rums next Thursday evening at Queens park: T. Sayer, goal;
M. Mortison, point; Wintemute, cover
point; A. Sedgley, Andy McKenzie
and T. Smith, defence; R. Sangster.
centre; H. French, W. Sangster ani
W. Day, home; H. Mitchell, outside
home, and O. Angus, inside home.
ALTHOUGH 1 do not believe ln
hitting at a man when he is
down, . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
wl-tlmt"''?wxt Heitwon the..��nnloM mtuti
surely serve up a better, class of lacrosse than they have this season.
There is no getting away from the
fact that they have fallen down on
the promise made at the beginning of
the season when everything ln tho
stlckhandllng sport was looked upon
with glasses which were too brightly
colored, lf the presence of tbe public
Is to be served, then surely that public must in return feel that when
they do go to Queens patk, they will
ibe assured of a team representing tho
amateur circles, and all in a fit condition to stay through a hard and fast
game. The amateur? have not given
that   time   to   practice   this    season
which   was   absolutely    necessary   lfi   h?	
they were to come out on the   credit   e   ' _^_^_^H
side of the  ledger.    There has been]
no stumbling block which would have! II ? HATP wa* a problem as to   the
prevented the seniors getting out at; YV     'l'^'118,    uuestton       was
least one night each week and  put-1 ..  .    f  �����lv?���� yesterday  >>* ����e   ac
Un* In a series of earnest plays.  The' i}oa.��,f ^esUleut *elscn, of the B. C.
L. A.
Conflict Over Ground.
ThiB afternoon the. hamhsHfr engagement In the West mint ter league
championship between the Maple
Leafs who are leading in the race
for the pennant, and the Alerts ts die
tor decision. While tbc schedule
calls for the match to be fought o.I
at Sapperton, by the arrangements
made later the battle gro:.ml has been
fixed at Queens park at three o'clcc'c.
Owing to the fact that the Salmon
Bellies have been summoned for a
full dress practice at that time, anl
on the same pitch it is difficult to
state Just where the ball game will be
settled. Considering the fact that th >
try-out of the sttckhandlers means
more in the result to the best Interests of the city, lt wou'd pchaps b��
well that the ball tossers play their
game at the original rendezvous. This
action would be appreciated.
iiu6 ui �� ���=->-���     -.       .  .    i^. a., who has secured Joe Lally as
public are going to support tne ciud ^ whlatle ho\*ier iot the big g<une.
next Friday, and by their presence | AUnough a full and detailed sto.y
will assist them to get clear of the WJJ8W| on the flout page 0f this is-
debt which hangs round their necks g(]e j{ u safe tQ piedlct he,e ,hat nj
like a loadstone, but that same pub- beUer Be,ecUon C0Uld have been
lie which cannot be fooled wltn *" . made an | all lave:8 cf the game win
the time must feel that next season | ^ kagt fee, Umt l( Nel8U1 hal done
will see a different method emploj ea | notU.]ig e]ge durlng his tenu.e oil
in folng about the training stunts., (.residential chair, his most recent '���
Personally 1 want to see every m?m- * ... _._
ber   of   the   senior   amateurs    at   St.
FINALS ARE REACHED
IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Patrick's hall on Friday If only to see
the sport-loving friends of the organ'-
zatlon hustling to procure tickets sj
that the players may be freed from
their debt. In return. I want to see
the players buckle tighter their armour and go into the battle next year
wltb   a   fixed   determination    to   win
action in appointing ihe famous Eas
erner who is now on his way to   the
coast    is    one    which    wil    be    appreciated.
Interesting   Matches  Will   Be  Played j
This Afternoon on Royal Avenue
Courts���Yesterday's Results.
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And it is pretty near time to see
about the boys' necessities for
the school opening. We have a
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100 Boys' Two and Three-Piece Suits;
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HUMOR was abroad Mstefday
that Tommy Burns had signed up tor the near champions,
  ,,.���,���   ,���.���   for  the  remainder of  the  season,    i!
with   a   fixed   determination    to   w a        .d ^ b<j con.ecte(1   b,��� am und���
out, and  not  step on  to tb��T flem   u impression   that     Hums    cannot
any half-hearted manner and trust .to (h%    ..,.���,,..  ������.,,    t!l0
providence as to the outcome^ of_ tit   lv.pntv.|ir8t    lllly    aftel.    sh,nlng    up.
Tommy played    for the    near    cliam
I pions when tliey  we.e not us "near
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GEORGE GRIMSTON has ^>eenlfai,. t,;.lt Con JolU8 ha3 llild ,,le oU,
successful ln publishing ��n��|V<,t evcr voung champion, affix his
of the most attractive CM���Uame to a Mank is surely proof that
which lt has ever been my pleasure I (hp Vancouver magnate sees dangar
to  see,  and  my  opinion  is that  the | ahead     BbW-WOW.
conflict,
that way.
Providence    doesn't   worl:
public will roll up as much for the
celebrities on the platform as for thn
boxers who with the mat twirlers are
to show their prowess. This pf co rso,
with all deference to Chester Mclntyre and his band of willing helpers.
The meeting will be an odd one in
that there will be no dead hoails in
the hall. It is a complimentary night
and with thd exception of the talen'.
from Vancouver, nil wlll be expected
to fork out the nimbb one dollar
bill. So far as that roes, si.ver will
be ccce; ted.
The finals wlll bo played this afte.
noon'in  the local tennis tou nament.
The semi-finals were all  played yei
terday. ' The   following   was   the   result of yesterday's play:
Men's singles (semi-tluals)���D. Shil
drlck defeated E, N. Sutherland. 6-2,
8-H: j. A. Motherwell defeated canon
d'Easum, G-2, fi-3.
Men's      doubles       (scmi-finais) ���
NfOtherwell and Eddy difeated L:wl
and  Ardagh, ii-.!,  ti-1:   Ga diner    and
Shildrick  defeated  McE.\eu and  Wll
sen, (!-3, 11-13. fi-2.
Ladies' doubles���Miss Shildrick and
Miss Rickman defeated Mis. Langford
and Miss D, Wilson, ���-.'!. (-1.
Mixed doubles���Miss Rickman and
Pratt defeated Mr. and Mrs. Lan^fo.d
6-4, 7-5.
Men's singles consolation���\. P
Pratt defeated D. C. T.:ck til, 7-5; I
A. Lewis defeated E. H. McEwen, ti 2
6-2.
The following is the diaw for   to
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���ESTMINSTER sports will see
for the first tim6 Johnny
Lees, who has recefttly crime
to this city. This already popu'ar
Scot is a past winner of th? British
army and navy featherweight championship, and in the old country and
this Dominion lias made tilings hum
flstlcally.    Although boasting a Littlo
TOMMY, who passed through
Vnncouver yesterday, tele^
phened me that he would not
have time to vls.lt a\ thin t m *. a,
be was hurrying back to h s business
at Calgary, Alta.' It will be pleasing
reading to know that he has set! led
with the railway company which was
responsible for bis bad ace dent   last I day:	
January when the Inepressibla ex I 1.30 p.m.���A. P. Pratt vs. J. E
champion escaj^d narrowly with bis Allen In semi-finals men's consolation,
life.   Tommy did not tell mo the sum  court 1. '
he had settled for, but the ripple over]    2:00 ftto.���MlsS Peele and Mother-
the wire was pioof that he was more  well vs. Mlss Rickman and Pratt in|
than satisfied. | finals mixed doubles, court
  I    3:30 p.m.���L.  A.  Lewis vs.  wla.ne;'
YESTERDAY the policy on tha'Pratt and Allen in finals men's con-
Minto cup was rewritten bv isolation, court 1; J. A .Motherwell
the representatives of the vs. D. Shildrick in fina's men's
Westminster club in th? Mercantile singles, court 2; Mlss Rlckmtn vs
Flre Insurance company thr nttn I Miss Shildrick In finals ladies' singles,
Peter Peebles.    It's as well to maki  court 3. I
sure that in the coming winter s;me      r>:00 p.m.���Motherwell and Eddy vs
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with  thc  Intention  of reducing   and j make an attempt upon the mug whi.-h Miss Hickman   vs.    Mrs.   Sutherland
taking  away some of the superflous' wlM be    on    view    at the    Ca. n��g!e and    Mrs.    Elson    In    fina's    ladlos
flesh.   Ernie Barrieau. whom I do no:  library. doubles, court 3.
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 191T.
CHURCH
SERVICES
(Changes !or this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this office by
S p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no details have been
supplied.)
hHBIMI
Sunday, August 27.
CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY
TRINITY���-Rev. Canon G. C. d'Easum,
M. A., rector; Rev. George A. Ray, M.
A., assistant curate. 8 a. m , holy communion; 11 a.m., matins, litany and
sermon; 7 p.m., evensong and sermon.
CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN. Sapperton���2:30 p.m., Sunday
school; 7:30 p.m., evensong and sermon.
ST. BARNABAS, (ANGLICAN), 436
Tenth street���Rev. E. R. Bartlett,
M.A., rector. Holy Cbmmunlon at 8
a.m.; Matins and sermon at 11 a.m.;
evensong at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL. Service at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m.
conducted   by Rev. C.    A.    Mitchell.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. But
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school and Baraca class
at 2:30 p.m. Rev. E. J..Chase wlll
preach ln the morning and Rev. Mr.
Estabrook In the evening.
MUST CARRY GOOD WATCHES
Railroad  Men  Are Cempstlsd  to Use
Accurate Tlmepisoes.
It may be news to many that the
watch ot the railroad man la aa necessary ln modern railroading as tbe
air brake. Without accurate timekeeping there would probably be more
accidents than lf tbere were no air
brakes. Tbe train dispatcher starts a
train at a certain Ume; be baits lt at
certain stations at certain times; be
side tracks it for a period or varying
length; tba watch of Uie conductor on
the side tracked train must agree wltb
tbe watch of the conductor on the express to which bo bad to give way;
eacb station master along tbe road
checks the Ume Of every train that
stops or flies past
ln order that there mny be agreement among all these railroad men
there must obviously be not only timepieces, but accurate timepieces. There
mast also be some means of Inspecting the timepieces to see If they are
accurate and If they agree with some
standard. The railroad man Is therefore compelled to buy not simply an
ordinary watch of reasonable value.
but a particularly good watch, a timepiece which la adjusted to heat, cold
and at least three positions. These
three positions are pendant up, as
carried ln tbe pocket; dial up and dial
down. Such an Instrument will not
vary more than thirty seconds a week,
which la a good deal more accurate
than many scientific Instruments or
precision used In laboratories. Even
human proneness to error ls consld
ered in this matter of choosing a good
railroad watch, for a lever set watch
ts preferred to tbe pendant set watch
because tbere Is Just tbe chance tbat
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Services to be held in old hall adjacent*.  Rev. F. S.  Okell,  B.A., pastor.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class1 ""����" lue��� �� JU" "V .T���Vl^l
meeting at loVm. Sunday school at I th�� ��tem ot th�� !>��*����� set mny uot
:30 p.m.    Rev.  R.  Wallace    Collins! ������ PU8bed back after ���ettUl�� "rough
an oversight.
On    one    great   Une   about   r>.(X
watches, worth on an average of $2
apiece (a low average), are used.    U
we take Into consideration tbe number
of  watches   that  are  used  on  other
roads  throughout  the country   It  ls
evident that the value must run nr
Into hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In order tbat tbe watch may be kept
ap to a regular standard lt must be
inspected regularly.   Tbere Is not only
a general Ume Inspector on most railroads, but a staff of local Inspectors
who ara placed along the roud at convenient points and to whom the men
may resort when they wish to com
pare their/Ume wtth the standard Ume
at that place.   Once every two weeks
the railroad.man submits bis watch to
such  an Inspector,  usually a  Jeweler
or watchmaker by profession.
The Inspector gives bis expert opinion on tbe condition of the timepiece
p.m.
will preach morning and evening.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown, B.D., pastor Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth 8treet, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, 2:30 . p.m.;
aervlce, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, Burnaby. Rev. W. C.
Frank, pastor. Publlc worship, 11, a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rer.  E
G.  Thornpsdn,' jirA'.,'* pastor.    Publlc
worship:    to6fffms�� Service and com- j
munlon, IV'tf.ftiT^v'erilng,    7    p.m.;
Bible clats and Sabbath school, 2:30 [
p.m,
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH, I " ,l  *"** c'eanluS  he says so and
tor. Morning service 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and bible class 12 to 1 p.m.;
evening service 7 p.m.: people's meeting Thursday at 8.    p.m
CQLLINGWOOD       METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m.    Dundonald school i
bouse;  Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday '
���chool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,;
pastor. |
BETHEL UNITED LUTHERAN1
CHURCH���Service ln St. Paul's
churrb, Royal avenue and Seventh
sireet, 2:30 p.m. Rev. B. A. Sand. B.A.,
wlll preach. The service will be ln
the Norwegian language.
; does It; lf It ls fast or slow he regulates IL  and  not  until  lt  Is  running
with sufficient accuracy ls lt allowed
to escaiie from  bis care.    A watch's
record Is kept as If it were a thief.   So
far as repairing goes, the railroad mnn
ls under no compulsion.    He need nun
band over his watch to any pnrtlcutai
watchmaker   or   Inspector   for   repair,
but be can give lt   to any watchmaker
lu whom be has confidence.    It must,
however,    be   submitted    to    tbe   in
spector before it cuu be used ln actual
service.
That no favoritism is shown ln thc
matter of watches ls evident ln tbe
fact that no less than eight different manufacturers supply railroad
watches.���Scientific  American.
TRINITY UNITED LUTHERAN j
CHURCH���Rev. O. Skattebol. pastor. I
Service Sunday forenoon, July 2, at !
11 o'clock.    Boats leave the dock at,
10:30.
I
FIRST      SWEDISH      LUTHERAN
CHURCH, St. Andrews and Eleventh
streets.���George N. Anderson, pastor.
Services every Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
GOSPEL RALJ.���Corner of Sixth'
avenue and Ninth street.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and' 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and Bible class    at    2:30 p.m.
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street jmd Seventh
avenue���Kev. K, Wallace Collins, HA ,
pastor. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school and Bible class
at 2:30 p.m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ���Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Class meeting at
10 a.m.; Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.; Epworth League
on Monday at 8 p.m.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner of Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
Rev. M. G. Melvln, B. A., minister.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. Prayer
meeting on    Wednesday  at    8  p.m.
SALVATION ARMY���Services at
the citadel, Eighth street, 11 a.m., 3
p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Ensign Hardy, of
Vancouver, will take part in the services. I
Making the Chances Even.
In days when tavtrn brawls In Eng-
laud were frequent nnd swords were
out on the slightest provocation common fairness demanded tbat the blades
of chance combatants should be ot
equal length, ln a sudden affray
there would be no thought of measuring swords, so the authorlUes took the
matter into their own bands at tbe
gates of the city of London, where
every gallant was liable to be challenged, and If the publlc official found
nny blade beyond thirty-sis Inches tbe
smith stood by to snap off tbe steel to
the required length. In Queen Elizabeth's reign this was the common
practice.
A Sixtus V. Salad.
When Pope Sixtus V. wns nn obscure monk he had a great friend lu a
certain lawyer who sank steadily into
poverty while the monk rose lo the
papacy. Tbe poor lawyer Journeyed
to Rome to seel: aid from bis old
friend, the pope, but be fell sick nnd
told his doctor to let the pope know
ot his sad state. "1 will send blm a
salad." said Sixtus nnd duly dispatched n basket or lettuce to the invalid.
When the lettuce was examined money wns found ln the hearts; hence
tbe Italian proverb of a man In need
of money. "He wants one of Sixtus
V.'s salads."
Hoo-Hoo's Summoned.
Vancouver, Aug. 25.���W. A. Anstie,
of Calgary, vice-regent of the mountain section of the lumbermen's order of Hoo-Hoo, bas sent out to the
membership df the order an announcement of a Joint concatenation
of the HooHoos, which will be held
here next week. The announcement
contains an invitation to all Prairie
Cats, Mountain Cats, and Coast Cats
to be on hand at the bl-j meeting
and to come prepared for something
now antl something gnod In the way
of a time. These meetings-rare held
several timos a year for the purpose
of acquainting   the   lumbermen   with
Jam For Breakfast.
Teople who like to eat partry or
other Irregular dishes for breakfast
should be consoled to learn that no
less a man than Herbert Spencer ate
strawberry Jam at his morning meal.
He did It to avoid monotony, believing
tbat digestion was best served by
keeping the stomach entertained with
variety. He ls said to bave told of a
man wbo went Into a decline from a
too steady diet of mutton chops.
A Gilded Fad.
"Yps, papa is going to buy me a battleship."
"Good gracious! I beg your pnrdon.
what for?"
"I want to use Its deck for n dancing party."���Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A Matter ef Measure.
"He writes poetry by the yard."
"That's probably why his verse Is so
each other, and wijji the Interests of   poor.  Poetry should be written by tha
nil  lumbermen. toot"���Birmingham Asa-Herald.
A ROPE OFWATER,
Berthelot's Test That Showed Itt
Tensile Strength.
THE  COHESION   OF   MATTER.
Perfect Planes of Metal or Glass What
Brought Into Contact Will Adhere ti
On* Another a* Though They Wert
Glued Together.
It Is well kuown thnt liquids an
among the lenst compressible of sub
Stances; this In spite of tbo fact thai
they have the property of conformlnj
to any shape of vessel or of yielding
to any forces, no matter how small
Which tend to change only tbeir shape
Thus, to squeeze water Into nine
tenths of Its volume under ordlnurj
conditions would require a pressuri
of no less thnn 3.000 atmospheres, oi
45,000 pounds, to the square Inch
This property of being almost incom
presslble ls best Illustrated peibapt
by an experiment tried centuries sgo
wherein an attempt was made to compress water by filling a leaden shell
with lt and then, after closing, bam
merlng and aqueezlng tbe shell. Thi
only effect of tbe tremendous pre*
aures produced ln this way was t<
cause the water to penetrate the ml
note pores of tbe lead and exude Is
drops like persplraUon on the outel
aurface of the shell The same effect
rwas found for a sliver shell.
But. while It Is a familiar fact thai
liquids wlll resist as enormoiw force ol
compression, the companion fact thai
they are also capable of withstanding
tension ls not so generally known. Al
flrst sight this statement may appeal
ridiculous. When water may be so
readily dipped from a pall or poured
from one vessel to another, bow cat
It be capable of withstanding tenslonl
If, however, we prevent change ol
form we find that pure water ls capable of bearing flfty atmospheres of ten
alon, or 750 pounds to the square inch.
If It was possible, then, to utilize this
property by making a "rope" of water
we should And it capable of sustaining
a good fraction ot the weight tbat
could be borne by an ordinary rope of
tbe same size. But It must be admitted that tbe task of making a rope out
of such material would be rather difficult, to say the least, notwithstanding
the fact tbat It possesses this desirable
property of tensile strength. Because
of Its Inability to resist a deforming
force It would have to be Inclosed in a
tube; but, while It would here be In
condition to withstand compression, as
from a piston ln tbe tube, any attempt
at "stretching" the liquid ln this way
would simply result ln pulling away
the piston from the water surface.
However, this tensile strength was
actually found by Bertbelot In the following way: A strong glass tube sealed
at one end and drawn out very One at
the other was filled nearly full ot water and then closed. The tube was then
cautiously heated until tbe water bad
expanded and completely filled It It
wns then slowly and carefully cooled
back to its original temperature, when
It was found that the water had not
contracted, but still filled the tube.
It is almost a universal law that a
small extension ln volume of a body
requires the same magnitude of force
to produce lt as to cause a similar
amount of compression, the forces, however, being tension in one case and
compression ln the other. Wltb this
law ln mind lt is readily seen that the
water tbat now fills tbe tube must be
under tension, since previously at tbe
same temperature lt did not quite fill
the tube���that Is, lt has actually been
stretched or expanded beyond Its normal volume for this temperature, nnd
from our knowledge of the forces that
would be required to produce the corresponding compression we can figure
out what this tension must be.
The ultimate particles or molecules
of matter we believe to be held together by powerful forces, known variously as cohesion or ndbesion, but
being ln nny case forces of attraction,
end these forces tend to prevent nny
expansion of the matter, be lt solid or
liquid. It might be thought that these
forces would cause two bodies in contact to adhere to each other, but particles have to be so near togettier to
be ncted upon by them that it ls difficult to bring bodies into such close
contact thnt nn appreciable nren of
oue ls within this distance of the other.
However, two clean pieces of lend
can readily be pressed so closely together tbat tbey will adhere, and a
set of copper cubes was once made
wltb such true faces that when a dozen of tbem were piled one on top of
tbe other the series adhered together
so well that the whole could be lifted
from the top one. But the best example is furnished by pieces of op.
tical glass whose surfaces have been
worked so plane that when pressed together they will ns rendlly break at
some other spot as at this plane.
Perhaps it Is unfortunate that these
useful forces, which bold all matter
together and keep It from collapsing
Into impalpable dust, aro confined In
their action to such a limited ranga
If this were not so. n break of nny
sort conld be fixed by merely bringing together the broken ends. Glue
of any kind would be unnecessary.
But even this stnte of affairs would
have Its drnwhacks. A book laid on
a table would lmve to be pried off with
a wedge, and the same Instrument
would be required to open it Everything would stick to everything
else, and the pleasure of walking
would be lost ln the tedious process of
prying flrst one foot and then the other from the riselike grip of the side-1
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAOH BCVBt.
NBW WE8TMIN8TER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer-
���chant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following described
lends:
Commencing at a pest planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, snd two
miles from Haslam Lake, tbence
south SO cbalns, thence west 80
cbalns, thence north 80 chains, thence
-east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���DlBtrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, James
Charles Wood, of North Vancouver,
occupation merchant, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lends: Commencing at
a post planted about three miles
north of T. L. 916 on the west shore
of Haslam lake, thence west 80
chains, tbence south 80 chains, tbence
east 80 cbalns, tbence nortb 80 chslns
to point of commencement, snd containing 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Oerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New msstssm*
ster.-Take notice that I, J. I. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend to apply for permission to
purchase   the   following   _ described
lands:
Commencing st a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 33464,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
theuce east 80 chains, thence north
8) chains, thence west IS chains,
tbence south 80 chains te the point ol
-commencement, and containing ' 140
-acres more or less.
J, I. DWAR
DEPARTMENT    OF    THE
8ERVICE.
NAVAL
A competitive examination will x-e
held ln November next at the examination centres of the Civil Service
Commission for the entry of Naval
Cadets for the Naval Service of Canada;  there will be 25 vacancies.
Candidates must be between the
ages of 14 and 16 years on the 1st of
January next; must be British subjects snd must have resided, or their
parents must have resided ln Canada
for two years Immediately preceding
the examination; short periods cf
absence abroad for purpose of education to be considered as residence.
Successful candidates will Join the
Royal Naval College at Halifax ln
January next; the course at the Col.
lege ls two years and tbe cost to
parents, including board, lodging, uniform and all expenses, is approximately |400 for tbe first year and $250
for tbe second year.
On passing out of College Cadets
wlll be rsted Midshipmen, and wlll
receive pay at the rate of f 2 per diem.
Parents of Intending candidates
ahould make application to the Secretary Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, before 15th October next.
Further information can be obtained
on application to the Secretary, Department of Naval Service, Ottawa.
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid for.
O. J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of tbe Naval Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, August lst, 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Tenders for Isolation Hospital.
VICTIMS OF HUMOR.
i
May 2, 1911.
Duncan o''Hara, Agent.
NBW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-
TRICT���District of New Westminster��� Take notice that 1. R. B. Treads, ol Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply ter permlsttos
to purchase  the following  described
Isms:
Commencing st a pest planted
about one mlle east of T. L. SIMM,
and two miles from HauUm Lake,
thence east 80 chaina. tbanoe seuth
Iff ehains, tbence west 6 6 chains,
thefice north 80 chaina te peint et
commencement snd centalnUg 646
nares more or less.
I R.  B. FRANCM,
Duncan  O'Hara,  Ageat
I   May 2, 1911.
��� ���i��� '       ��� ��� i -    m    i. ���     i ���      at
NBW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice tbat I. Mabel Lucy
Pajge. of New Westminster, occupation, married woman. Intends to apply fer permission to purchase tbe
following described UtaSa:
Commencing at a pest planted
about two miles nortb of T. L. 916 ea
the west shore of HaaUm Lake,
���thence west 80 chains, thenoeeouth
��0 chains, thence east 16 ohafas,
tbence north 80 chains to the point ef
commencement and containing 646
acres more or less.
j MABEL LUCY PAdGE,
j * O'Oerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
���NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminister.���Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
���of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply lor permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
aad two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chalnB, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chaina,
thence east 80 chains to tbe point ot
commencement   and   containing   610
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Procter Knett end "Sunset" Cm *���*
The corporation ls desirous of   re- welled Their Funny T.ge.
ceiving tenders for tbe construction | n, tate Proctor Knott seems to be
and erection of an Isolstlon Hospital, wmemN.red chlefly B, ,he ,otllor rt
on the reserve between Eighth and tQ- facrtloni Dul6tb 8pwchi ���,, tb.
Tenth streets,  above Eighth avenue. M      _       w���,,_,    ��__, \7 �������___��
Plans, specifications and any fur- *ew York .WwW: ** * I"-����
ther information can be obtained "��������* a"��b,.lr���" of ****"
from the office of the City Engineer, ^remittee on tbe Judiciary be bad to
Tenders to bo addressed to the un a�� wlth aerloue aud vsatly Important
derslgned and accompanied by a tffalrs. Mr. Knott's single appearance
check for five (5) per cent, of tbe ts s bamorlst Used bb) reputation for
amount of tender, must be delivered til time, and no amount of profoundly
not later than 5 o'clock, August 28, serious work could change tt
1911. I   Samuel 8. Cox hu* a similar expert-
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.lenct W|tll greater reason, for te early
Dated this 18th dsy of August, 1911.' Uf,   be   bed   cultivate*   the   rialbles
quite devotedly.   Mr. Knott lived long
enough to perceive tbat be wss to be
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
Notice.
Tax demands for 1911 taxes have
been Issued. Any person who has not
received tbe tax demand should apply
to thc assessor at once, as the relptte
period expires on August 31st inst.
H. D. CURTIS, Assessor.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C,
August 3rd, 1911.
NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS.
Tsndsrs for Terminal Station Quebec
Sealed tenders, addressed   to
underaigned, and marked on the   en
velope "Tender for Terminal Station
Quebec" will be received at tbe offlc
of the Commissioners   of ths Trans
continents! Railway at Ottawa, Ont.
until 12 o'clock   noon   of the    31st
August proximo, for the construction
and erection complete, in accordance
with tbe  plans snd  specifications ot
tbe Commissioners, of terminal station in the City of Quebec.
Plans and specifications may be
seen, snd full Information obtained,
at the office of Mr. Gordon Grant,
Chief Engineer, Ottawa, Ont, and of
Mr. A. E. Doucet, District Engineer,
Quebec, P. Q.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless,
made on the printed forms supplied
by the commissioners.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties te tbe tender, and witnessed, snd be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a>
chartered Bank of tbe Dominion of
Canada, payable to tbe order of th��
Commissioners ef the Transcontinental Railway, for the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000).
The cheque deposited by tbe party
whose tender ls accepted wfll be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as security for the
due snd faithful performance of th>
contract according to Its terms.
Cheques deposited by parties wkese
tenders are rejected wlll be returned
within ten days after the signing of
the contract.
The right ts reserved to object to
any or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental  Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, 29th July, 1911.
(Newspapers Inserting this adver
tisement without authority from the
Commissioners will not be paid for,
it.)
Ths
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
Tbe Bank has 176 branches,
extending ln Canada from the
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NEW YORK and LONDON,
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New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Identified not wltb learning or public
servloe. but with an oratories! exaggeration, and Mr. Cos fonud lu bis maturity that the speakership, tbe goal of
bis career, was denied bim' becsuse tt
was no place for a funny mam
Although never a humorist Procter
Knott accomplished something with
sstlre snd Irony In whicb most men
fail. He made himself understood!
Everbody knew tbst be was joking.
Nobody ever demsnded sn explanation of bis remarks on Duluth or a' retraction or an apology. From tbat
viewpoint therefore, he was one of
the successful man of his generation!   -
MARKET
REPORT
MARK ANTONY'S TRICK.
Notice Of Removal
I bare moved my real estate and
Insurance office from 744 Columbia
street to rooms 16 and 17 Westmlu-
ster Trust block, entrance on Lorne
street st tke rear of Ryall's drug
store, and will be pleased to meet mr
friends and patrons there.
WM.  MeADAM.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that 1. James
Fergus O'Connor Wood, of North Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about three miles north of T. L. 916
on the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 cliains, tlience south 80 chaln3,
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acies more or less.
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle,   Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot New Westminster���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend to apply for permission tr>
purchase    the    following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east ot Theodosia lake, at T.
L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence
80 chains north, thence 80 chains easr.
thence 80 chains south to point ol
commencement, and   containing   640
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re the fractional northwest quarter
of Bectlon 7, township 11 flJi
acres), Langley Farm, part ot lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district. I
Whereas proof of the loss of cer-
tiflcate of title number 7721F, Issue!
ln the mme of Colon    McLeod,   has1
been flled ln this office.
Notice ls hereby given that I shall. 1
at the expiration of ono month from j
the date of the first publication here-'
of, In a dally newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.   New   Westminster, B:C, July 11, 1911.
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It Worked Like e Charm Till Clee��
pstra Learned tha Secret.
According to Plutarch, Cleopatra
was a votary of the piscatorial art and'
so keen did tbe rivalry become between ber and Antony tbat be resort*
ed to tbe meanest artiflcea to Insure
rlctory. Mortified and Irritated by
the qneen'a superiority, be engaged
divers to tskc live flsh and place tbem
on bis book. This wss done so expertly tbst bs pulled up flsb after flsh
In rapid succession. Learning In some
way tbe secret of his sudden success,
Cleopatra pretended to congratulate
bim and to admire bia dexterity, and
at tbe same time abe devised a cunning means of revenge.
Another match was arranged, and
tbe flablng began ln the presence of a
large company of friends. Antony
soon bad a bite and pulled up a large
salted flsb to bis groat disgust aad
amid tbe loud laughter of all present
l'he secret wss out; Antony's trick
was eaposcd. and onee more woman's
wit bad proved too much fer man's
Ingenuity. A diver, specially Instruct-
ed by tbe queen, bsd got tbe start of
Antony's and attached the mlt flsb to
hie neok.-Mstbews tn "AngUng.'*
The Yellewetene Wonders.
Dr. Arnold Hague shows tbst ther*\
le s strong contrast between tbo geological conditions connected wltb tbe
geysers ef Iceland and  those of tbe
Tellowsteoe perk.   Volcsnlc eruptions
may  be said geologically to bs stilt
going en In Iceland, while In tbe Tel>
towctens   each   ection   ceased   many
thousands ef years ago.   Tbe Yellow-j
stone phenomena m seen today represent a phase tn thc evolution of thets
mal springs.   The tendency of a geyser Is to develop s hot surface pooL
after which explosive action may ceassj
and tbe geyser, as such, become extinct, but this ts a very slow process.,
Dr. Bague rejects tbe Idea that tbo
cessation of activity in a geyser lndl-i
cates tbe dissipation of the original!
source of best and ascribes it simply
to s Shifting of tbe channel of the ascending waters.
Although the attendance nt the
local market yesterday was ap to tbe
average the supplies came la slowly,
and the general business transacted
was below that of the previous week.
Farmers from the outlying districts
were few in number.
Eggs and butter remain* 1 at tbe
high (juotatiens of last week.
Smelts and rock cod were absent
from tbc slabs, but pink salmon from
Alaska, priced at 25 cents each, sold
rapidly.
Flowers gave the section a. bright
appearance. Asters were quickly
bought up at 15 cents a bunch, while
potted specimens were likewise eagerly seized upon.
Prices ruled as follows:
Vegetables, Wholesale.
(Potatoes, new, per ton  $25 to $28
^ Vegetables, Retell.
Onfams 6 lbs. 25c
Cabbage 3 for lOe
Rhubarb, per Ib Be
Parsley, bunch    6c
New potatoes, per sack. .$1.50 to $1.75
Cucumbers, each  10c to 15c
Radishes, per bunch   6c
Spring onions, per bunch  6c
Lettuce 3 heads 5c
Cauliflowers, eacb   10c
Tomatoes, per lb 16c
Beets 6c
Csrrots  bo
Celery, per bunch  10c
FrvK.
Peaches, eating, per dozen    26c
Peaches, preserving, box $1.15 to $1.20
Black raspberries  15c
Apples   3 lbs. for 25s
Eggr and Butter.
Eggs, wholesale   40c
Eggs, retail' 45c
Butter; retail! w 35c
Frsew
Halibut, per lb.    10c]
Salmon, red; per lb 16a
Salmon, white, each  60c
Steeiheed; per lb lOo
Sturgeon, per lb 15o
Alaska, aaltay. each 25a
nhthtr MesCs.
Beef, best rib roasts  15c to 18c
Beef; lbMr -.. 22c
h***tbm smi CsstssSsra ScieaiMti tell im the
wuu home ly is Sse cause oi man discus
ami (Wh than aay otba ssjtacy.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
h& ��H the flies and the  disease
germs too.
Beef, round' steak 18c
Boiling beef   lOe to 14c
Vesl  17e to 20c
Pork  ... ..18-to 20c
Sugar cured bacon   15c to   ' )o
Mutton tSe to . JO
Young iamb ���.15c to 30c
Wholesale* meets.
Veal, small  ll%c to 12Hc
Vesl, Urge ...  10c to lie
Spring lamb, each   $6 to $7
POulfcy-
Hens, small'  SS to $7
Hens. Urge    $7 to $9
Broilers  S*t.BtJ to $4
Chickens..   -J6 to $8
MONARCHISTS READY
TO INVADE. PORTUGAL!
To Purchase
Approved,
Agreements
of Sale
*0+* TV.OTE'HTIEaS
wtneit a.he /tor
MaVK.TCA.CET>
PROMfT AHENTION
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
Tenders for Driveway and Garbage
Hoppers, ]
The corporation ls desirous of receiving tenders for driveway and garbage hoppers, to be constructed within the City of New Westminster.
Plans, specifications and nny further
information to be obtained from   the
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-  lni?rmat,10" to "c ".'T" '
TRICT-Dlstilct of New Wertml*. off'ce ��f th�� C!ty Engineer
eter.-Take   notice   that   I.Dorothy      Tenders  to  be   addressed  to    the
Fry.   of   Seattle,   Wash.,   occupaUon  "nderslgned and  accompanied  by
married woman, intend to apply for "*   """     "f
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted abo.it
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 315(12. thence east. 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commence, and containing
C40 acres more or less.
DOROTHY PRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
1   May 19, 1911.
check for five (5) per cent, of tho
amount of tender, must be delivered
not later than 6 o'clock, August  28,
1911.
W. A. DUNCAN, City C'ev't.
Dated this 18th day of August 1911.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances fcalf-yearly. :: ::
Business Acounts opened
on favorable terms.   ::   ::
INCORPORATED 185S
ASSETS  $48,000,000
Money In thc Laundry.
Three little heaps ot silver and copper coin lay on the laundryman'a counter.
"Tbat Is money that I have Just
found tied In tbe corners of customers' handkerchiefs." be said. "It Is-
strange that with all the purses end-
hand bags manufactured for tbe accommodation ot women so many ott
tbem will still tie their money np m al
handkerchief. Sending lt to the laundry Is funnier still. Every day we
dig ont a little pile of unsuspected)
wealth, and many a careless customer
gets ber laundry back with, nearly!
enough money In tbe package to pay,
the bllL"-New Vork Sum
Lisbon,, via Vabadjose, Spain, Aug.
25.���TAa Republics, the official organ
ot the. minister of the Interior, publishes the. following from. Chenves,
hear, the: ijaliciaa frontier:.
"The. Republican troops hen are
under arms day and night, as It
seems that the Portuguese coasptra-1
tors aree preparing to attack. The
Royalists during the last few days
have been, enlisting adherents from
among the people,, ancl a number ot
soidlern; haye deserted from the Republican forces. Thtt conspirators
have purchased a number of blankets,, spurs,, and nwdical supplies.
The Monarchist offlenre have sent a
letter to the Republican officers to
join  the  Royalists.
""die Rep��Blifcan> fftrces have redoubled" their vigilance, ami all road *
are being patrolled. They are assisted By 3000 carbineers urmed with
Mauser and Browning rlttes."
t!tie government has issued assur
ances to rhe effect that the Repub
lie is in roo serious- danger. Some d��-
pueitB of arms aad' ammunition have
discovery* in and near Lisbon.
BiwJhaser&Co.AU.
��EA��. ESTA.TB. A.JS9
FltSM IflSUttAaJUCE
4 TEtt CEfiT. MflTBH-
E&V Off VETOSITS.
���SUBJECT TO CHEQUE
C-XK.1HTE t> MOffTHLy
���   ���'���   ���������; .asijfb?
317-321 Cambie St.
Vancouver, Bl
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE DAILY NEWS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
Protected igainit Bores.
To save hlmseii from, loss of time
caused by callers wbo are a lonfB
while hi coming to tb* point, a Paris
functionary has had. pat on his office
table a card bearing tbe words: "Bq
so good as to abstain from speaking
of my health or thc weather or ot thei
bourse quotations, three subjects
With which 1 nm perfectly well ac*
qualnted. Start at once on tba matter
that brings you here."���London Telegraph.
Philip's Reminder.
Philip, father of Alexander, bad a
servant whose sole business It was to
remind him that be was human. It
is said accordingly that he never wentj
from the bouse and. having returned,
never gave audience to any one without flrst tbis servant would say to hint
three times ln a loud voice, "Philip,'
thou art but a man!"
Awfully Agonizing.
"He told me my operation would be
absolutely painless."
"And wasn't ItV"
"Nsw. tt cost me a hundred dollars!"
���Houston Post i
To Business or Picnic Parties:
Patronize the ���'Tlono"
Large and commodious, carrying one to twenty
with comfort.   Apply to Alex Speck, on boat at
Begbie street slip, or 'phone L. 558.
Reduced Rsts.
Beggar-Please, mister, a dime tor a
poor blind man. Old GenUeman-BnC
you are only blind ln one eye. Beggar,
-All right, make lt a nickel th��u���
Exchange.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of .
LUMBER FOR  HOUSE BUILDING
A specially large stock of Laths, Shingles and
No. 2 Common Boards and Dimension.
Now is the time to build for sale or rent while prices are low
The price of true success ls patient
toll. Never give np until yon have
triad every means ta attain zone M& .
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 snd 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WEST.
Who!esa1e and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN    TILE,   CRUSHED    ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN
PIRE BRICK.
TILE,   CRUSHED
8AND,    PRESSED    BRICK    AND \r7   PAGB EIGHT     -��� --"1^
-
THE DAILY NEWS-
>
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
We sell
\\*
Simonds' Cross-cut and
One Man Saws.
Peavies, Cant Hooks,
Steel Snatch Blochs
Chain, Wire Rope,
Axes, Wedges, and
all Logging Supplies
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Mm
City News
Liberal committee rooms, 'Phone j Mrs. Held and family leave on Wed-
64, over Dally News Office, opposite' nesday to Join her husband, Uev. J. O.
Carnegie library, are open cach day i Ueid. at Salmon Arm, where he has
and evening. Everybody cordially in- ! taken ov����r his position as minister
vited. **    I ot tho Presbyterian church.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. \yalsh
���pending a shoit holiday in
Sound Cities.
When you are passing and
let us give you our rates for
all kinds of insurance. If
you are a man of parts, you
must know that it is good
ti*
business policy to take out
insurance   to   cover   every
possible risk.   I am a specialist in insurance.
A. W. McLeod
10
IINSIJ RANGED
Mrs.  J.   1*.   Hoss,
and   the   Misses   Lune   left' yesterday
for a short trip to Vieto:la.
Mrs. A. G. Jenkins, of this city, who J
has  been  the :;uest Of  Mr. anil  Mrs.
Wardill and faml y for two weeks at
Nanaimo, has returned home.
Bishop de Pencier wns 'accompanied
at the Augilcan chinch open.ng a'.
Kburne on Thursday night by Uev. K.
ll. Bartlett, of this city, rural dean.
Tomorrow he de llcates the new organ
st Christ church, VancouVer.
v The steamer Transfer will mika a
speclul Journey to,Ladner on Friday
for thejdcnlc and a'IMfetfc"d|lbr��S u.i-
der the auspices of the Loyal Order
of Lions, den 35. The picnic wl 1 ba
held in the agricultural grounds', and
commence at one o'clock.
Mrs. W. Topping. acoutpMunled by
her little daughter, Margaret, has arrived from Lancashire, Kngland. to
Join her husband. Mr. an;l Mis. Top
ping wlll reside in Burnaby. At pres
ent they are the1-guests of Mr.
Mns. J. Topping, Seventh avenue.
John Oliver, the Liberal caAQl.'a'e,
has lieen spending busy days ln the
valley. Today he speaks at Upper
Sumas tn the afternoon, nnd Ab.iuu-
ford in the evening. On Tuesday
there will be a rHlly at tha cental
campaign rooms, Hardman black.
Miss Edna Coutanche and Mlss
Winnie Coulson have left for the east.
Mlss Coutanche has been spending
the last year or two here, and while
ln the Hoyal City made a host of
friends whose good wishes she carries with her. Miss Coulscn, who accompanies her, intends Spending the
winter in the east.        /
Among the visitors to WcEtmlnst?r
yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. J.
McDowell and Mis* Florence McDowell, of Calgary. They looked over
the city with a view to locating here,
and were naturally impressed with
the beauty of the Royal City homes
urei    The steamer Transfer will make the
' 'l0 - trip to Steveston and return on Sun-
������ I day afternoons    during    the    fishing
mioq f*wn  Ross season,    leaving   the    B. C. Electric
XL.,, tl,....   i"M|wharf at3o.clock.   Round trip every
j Saturday,   leaving   B.K.   wharf at 2
o'clock. *���
The Public
Supply Stores
SOAPS
anl
A   BENEFICENT   RAJAH.
Curtis Drug Store
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;
New    Weetmlneter.
Res. 72.
B    C
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paper hangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
.8
Phone 5*7
: B.C.
Portion of King's Fund Goes to Slum
Children.
T*. ' I     London, Aug. 26.���The king's onpor-
tionment   of   $5000   to   the  tHsh    air
OUTS IS the BlggeBt and Beat\ fund   from   the   Maharajah   of   Gwal
lor'B munificent $40,000 gift Vs a sti Ik.-1
ing tribute to the splendid work the
fund ls carrying on among the poverty-stricken children in tlie grea'
cities and towns of the United Kingdom.
With characteristic wisdom anil
thoughfulness, every see'.icn ct his
people was remembered by the king
in dividing the $-10,000. The army, the
navy, the civil service, and the police
will all benefit by handsome additions to their various benovoltnt
funds. The general pubis wi.l b:n?-
(it from the generous sums a'.lotted to
King Edward's hospital fund. When
it came to consideration of his chill
subjects, His Majesty selected the
fresli  air fund.
��� There is no other chatty in it existence where so much goorl can b;
be done for so little m:;ney. The kiu^
himself, when Prince of Wales, visited one of tbe joyous outings at
Lpughton, and his majesty muit be
well aware what a past amount of
happiness the Maharajah's $5000 will
mean to the suffering littlo ones in
our crowded slums. To bring J^y to
the heart of one child means only 18
cents, and in $6000 there are nearly
27,000 units of happiness.
The Maharajah's record or imperial
Urn ico is a magnificent oni; indeed.
He provided a special transport corns
in the ChltraJ and Tirah campaign.
During the Boxer rebellion h" spent
$700.01111 in flung out a hospital ship
for the Indian tn,ops._ Hilt of all lii--*
noble deeds of patriotism nnd clvri'v
none will be of greater worth to the
empire than the $6000 wbicli. Ijy the
king's advice, he has allotted t'j t'ie
treftb air fund.
Every breath of fresli r\a means
new life to thc slum cli ild. and th? up
bringing of healthy, happy children
means new life in the empire.
ESTABLISHED 188-'.
DRUG STORE
in the City.
Our prices are reasonable
and are based upon services
rendered. In addition to a
large DRUG and PRESCRIPTION trade we deal
in SPECTACLES, PHOTO GOODS
and seeds. Anything connected with the drug trade
we can supply. WE LIKE
TO GET ORDERS FROM
THE COUNTRY which we
execute promptly.   Try us.
A large shipment
of Toilet Soaps just
in. Prices are very
popular and the
soaps are
PURE and CLEAN
LAUNDRY  SOAP
OF   ALL   KINDS
at   Lowest   Prices.
tOT^fJS
I i**t i (><S
Bargains Worth While
for Saturday Shoppers
Remarkable Clearing of Women's Waists
Values to $2.25, Saturday Price, 95c. Each
Even the most notable of former Waist
Sales has never produced such values
as are offered in this lot. The have been
reduced to half and less; made of fine
grade lawns, linens bar and dot muslins.
Many styles in tailored and lingerie effects.
See These Wonderful Values
CLEARANCE OF    WOMEN'S    AND    CHILDREN'S
VESTS  AT   HALF AND LESS.
Women's fine cotton vesta; long, short and no
sleeve styles; nice weight; values regular 25c. To
clear        2 (or 25c
Children's cotton vests; all styles and sizes; lega-
lar 20c.   To clear 3 for 25c
SILK    GLOVES���BIG VALUES.
Women's silk gloves; two spring fasteneis; ln greys
tan, navy and black; regular fiOc. Saturday only,
pair    40c
��
NECKWEAR SAVINGS FOR SATURDAY.
Woman's fancy embroidered stock collars, jabots,
and lace and embroidered Dutch collars; regular to
$1.25.     Saturday   only,   each    50c
HAND    BAGS���SPECIAL VALUE8.
This lot we secured at a special saving, the values
are worth to almost double our price; ln suede and
velveT; assorted colors and neat styles. Our special
each          $1.03
KID   GLOVES���EXTRA LOW PRICED.
Women's fine French kid gloves; two spring fastener; in shades of tan, grey and black; regular to
$1.25.     Special Saturday,   pair 50c
HOSE  AT  VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES.
Never 'have  you been offered better value In hos?;
these we bought at a big saving; you have cn'y to
Bee these values to learn of this store's cower  in
value giving.
Children'* flne ribbed hose; extra elms; in shide.s
of tan and llack; Bi/.es 5 to "�����; values tegular to
.25c.     Saturday special, pair   15c
Hoys' and Girls' 11 ribbed hose; in black or tan:
values   regular to S5c.    Saturday special, pair   ..20c
TENDERS FOR CAR BARN
*ss*s
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up te noun of September 5, Mill, for the construction
of a car barn in the Ctty of New
Westminster. Alternate bids wil bs
considered on reinforced concrete construction and wood frame with galvanized iron covering.
Plans and specifications may be
procured on application to the office
of Mr. W. H. Hazlitt, purchasing
agent, Holden  Hlock, Vancouver.
Lowest   or   any
sarlly accepted.
tender  not   neces-
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., Ltd.
Boildmg Lots
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until ll p.m. Sunday leaves at fi, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island braneh. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO
TAKE THIS ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
��������������������������
(848)���SIXTH STREET. $900 EACH
���Three fine cleared bts in orchard,
lune at rear. Price $!KI0 each.
Terms can be arranged to suit.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
ALL SORTS OF
Tan   Removers
NAPRUCO
Greaseless Toilet Cream
and  other    skin    preparations
Mll'S DRUG STORE���
Deane Block.   441 Columbia Bt.
New Westminster   BC.
PROMPT SETTLEMENT.
B. F. Casselman, Esq.,
Distiict    Agent,    the    Great-Wcs*. j
Life   Assurance   Company,   N'a!
Westminster. B. C. !	
Dear Sir.���I  beg    to    acknowledges',
your  company's  cheque  for  $1512 !>.">. j (819)���PRINCESS
bein? settlement in full under Policy |
No.   44691   held   by   the   late   lknyl
Cantin.    1   find  that 1  have uo'.  on y j
received the face value if the policy,
but also 25 per cent, of al premium-!
that  have  been    paid.    Tne    prompt I
manner in which this claim hns been
paid and the courteous a shtiir.e a.'-j
juste 1, have    been    most    gratifying.
and I have great pleasure in recommending to the Insuring public Tutsi
Great-West  Life  Assurance C nipany I
In whicli to place an Investment lw
themselves,    or    if    the    iin!\ptcte![
happens, protection for their cstat .. s I
Believe me to remiin,
Your3 very t yftv,
l Signed)       ATAftY >'!���'. IH^MA y.
Xew Westminster, n.c, Ju'v 29t
ion. I
(836���FIFTH STREET, $750 EACH���
Two lots on the widest street in the
city, Fifth street now being graded,
Many improvements under way In
this locality. Price $750 each.
Favorable terms can be arranged.
(824)���NEAR QUEENS PARK, $1250
���Fifty foot lot with lane at rear.
Terms $500 cash, balance to arrange.
M
STREET, $550
EACH���Two lots in new subdivision near site of new school;
this and other projected improvements will rapidly Increase values.
Terms $250 cash, balance to ar
range.
(795)���FOURTH STREET AND
SEVENTH AVENUE, $2,500, TWO
LOTS���Double orner, flre b l'.ding
site in a locality where choice co ���
ners are getting scarce. Price I.v,
a short time $2,500; terms, one-
third cash.
(754)���TENTH AVENUE, $650 EACH
���Two lots on Tenth avenue, handy
to tramline, many lots in immediate
district held at $800 to $1,0(10. For
a short time only $fi,J0 akch, terms
to arrange.
See our stock of
Sponges and Toilet Soaps
The best yet, both in quality and price.
 AT 	
| Ryall's Drug Store
\ EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
J    'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
��� CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
(748)���PRINCESS STREET, NEAR
SIXTH STREET $1,000���Full lot
near car line. Terms, one-quarter
cash, balance spread over eighteen
months.
(712)���FOURTH AVENUE, NEAR
SIXTH STREET���Fine lot. with 50
feet frontage, corner, gocd building
site. Price $1700; terms to af.
range.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
OUR FREE
BOOKLET
Have You Seen
"Summer Cruises In Northern Seas"
,SS. PRINCE RUPERT
'and PRINCE GEORGE
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at        12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT   AND STEWART Mondays and Thursdays
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port Simpson, Kincolith and the Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway trains east 100 miles.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.   No trouble to answer questions.
Harry 0. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone Seymour 7100
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone Seymour 3060
GENERAL  AGENCY   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
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