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WHITE ROCK.
Undlsputably    the     Finest    and
Safest  Bathing   Beach   In   B.  C.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NBW  WESTMINSTER      ������
VOLUME ��, NUM   60-8
Xwiqn MVWW
WHITE ROCK
Ig'jbowlng.   Over Forty Summer
CottfOeaNBullt This Year Already,
i and Mori to Follow.   Fine Water
1 Supply, fl
SHILES & CO.
NEW- WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., TUB8D #Y MORNING, JULY 25, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT!.
Our   Ten  Days  Special:    One  Hundred Dollars In   Gold
CIVIC ASSISTANCE      | presents ultimatum     RAILWAY WANIffi TO
Tf ACE RIVER COUNTRY
TO OPPOSING FORCES!
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Bays Dissolution
Will
EOR PITIABLE USE
COUNCIL  A8KED TO  AID  UNFORTUNATE YOUNG GERMAN WHO
I      LOST AND EYE j^^^^^^^HI
MITE  EXPLOSION. |    Ottawa, July 25.���"Pass   the   reel-
procity  agreement or  prepare to go
��� I to the country," was the ultimatum
Mayor Lee presided at the weekly Jg$���� *JffU��%5.**
Follow Unless Agreement
Passes.
PUI)f QUESTION      ;TBAVlLINO CAMERA MANI    APPLICATION EAR
STIRS COUNCIL1
UNWELCOME IN ROYAL CITY
ORGANIZATION       SEEKING       AID 'DEPENDENCE ON SINGLE SOURCE
FROM ROYAL CITY BUSINESS
MEN FOR RAILWAY FROM THC
COA8T TO FORT GEORGE.
At tbe board   of   trade   room   on
OF SUPPLY PROMPT8 DISCUSSION ON MUNICIPAL PLANT���
AN OLD PROBLEM.
The necessity of tbe city council
Puts Up Tent on Sixth 8treet Which
Alderman Bryson Considers
Eyesore.
COUNCIL GRANT
meeting of the city council yesterday Thus' tbe ministers have disclosed ~hur��d����y evening, business men and owning a rock quarry was again
evening when all the aldermen were their attitude towards tbe measure, those Interested In the development | brought to tbe notice of the civic
present with tho exception of'Alder- That of ,th,e ofrpoaltloa ls one of un- 0f the lower mainland'ai'e invited to fatbjrs .at the weekly meeting last
men Johnston a id Wells Orav who MmPro=�����n* hostility. Mr. Borden Mtend the meeting of the "Peaee Evening, when Alderman Campbell as
men Johnston and Wells Gray, who  arm other Bpeakel8 deciared tha*��it  hW Paciflc league." I thalrman of the board of works as-
left earlier in the evening for Vic- was the duty of the government to This is an organization of Vancou. sured Alderman Henley that so far
toria. , i   ! *���_; P��M the redistribution bill before re-   ver men who wish to press on   the as he was concerned, there would bo
_\, Edward Tulk, B. C. L., of Van-  l,r���8 the reciprocity question ,to the  governments and Investors tbe neces-   no more streets opened  up for re-
^^^^^ behalf of the Ger- ^SSr'* v .* ' "'^ of a'line '">m thla district in a pairs until the onea which were un-
Tne debate waav interrupted repeat- northeastern   direction   to   Join   the der way at thla time were completed.
' Grand   Trunk   Paciflc   railway   now      Alderman Campbell regretted that
... couver, wrote or
man consul ln Vancouver   regarding adly,
the sorry plight of a young Teuton,
John Bozyk, and asked tbat tbe civic j    .     .    Intf rf** 1" Yuko11'
,���,w. .������.- ..��� .1.- ������..    ��w��    *****   London,   July 26���It   ls   reported
Building Inspector Turnbull yester
day evening came Into tbe limelight!
at the council chambers,   when   bis
actions were called Into question by
Alderman Bryson.
Thomas Beaton, aa reported fully
In the Dally News of last week, had
been granted permission by the Inspector to erect a tent at the corner
of Carnarvon and Sixth streets to
carry on a photographic business.
The matter waa referred to a com-
 mittee to deal with.   When thla came
building, and so share tn the business   the supply of rock was at a low ebb  up last evening aa a report from the
SAPPERTON JUVENILES WANT
CITY TO HELP THEIR TOUR IN
THE UPPER COUNTRY���NO DECISION   REACHED.
Manager L. G. Carroll, ot the Sapperton lacrosse team, the juvenile
champion stlckbandlers of this city,
yesterday evening wrote asking tbat
tbe city council donate a sum of
money for the purpose of helping to
finance the team in a tour of the
Okanagan and Kootenay country. In
the course of bis letter, Mr. Carroll
aaid that it was the desire ot tho
young players to advance tke interests of tke city and district and act
M missionaries by playing a series
of Alberta and Eastern British Colum-   at this time, and It waa difficult to  finance committee, they aaw no way SiirhJ^^-IW^M^ton?^����V*oniiv
miners take up tne case,   nom   me here that tb.consolidated tuSS*u-\ ?* W5ich ��th'^ ^.**JW2   K  ?'u|1*f"  u   JETZ*   out *>f tbe ��""cuhy  bnt to permit wouldlb* tke toS be of material ben��
cnrrpnnnndpncp it ftniwuimii that   thn e ^-OI18oiiaatea Uoidneids from the present channels to Prlnde  when the next load would arrive from   _ '       ,,      . ��� ...    zz    i. ^   \���,   ._T u��"��-
suffering from severe
Ktin#��rmL*   rrnm   us*vert?*     iniBira*��fit ^^^^m        ��   , i ���"������'������   ~^* *��w   uiqvuub   win   ue   kuuivbioi   ui    ����oui�����uiuv        matvpwuva     a*��u      mc
^ne7fn aTecX mZe"   BozyT 1��&2__* WUmAU�� * e,��" "* 5^ F, Carter Cotton. KM. A. o'   thatdaytakenoil the work: owing
who had    been   employed, Mr. Tulx
Uon dollars.  McCaadless, president of the Vancon-
malntalncd, by the Stave Lake Power' SHOULD LOWE8T TENDERER ' I_��_ij��3f "o'f *the* VanijouvM** Tottst
company, and was on hls way home             ALWAY8 HAVE CONTRACT 7 Hilocliitton. Robert Kelly and W   H
from work one evening when he pick-,   i j|��J0*k
to
way   lfttVt.ll   uu   IUD   WUIK  UVV1UK   *.*J ~JZ7   T2S3_______*____^______________W^^^^^n^^^nn
the want of the rock and matters had posed to the neceawry permission be- advance the settlement of the Fraaer
reached a sorry slight. [=>? granted,   tte objected not only to valley.   The playing members of the
The mayor took exception to the re- thli  ���������*���'  coming  into tbe  city team would be: B. Johnston. J. Cham-
marks of the chairman ot the board *nl1 Putting np A tont for tbe purpose here, E. Cameron,   W.   Mitchell,   C.
of works    If he (tbe mayor) bad hla of hlB buelneea, tkle ln face of tke Huff, Jokn Garrett, H. Johnston, Roy
ed up a tobacco tin in the snow. This!    Tenders were onened \* t t      ���->^__________________________________________________________Br- ********   - *m ***** ���*����� tr��� ���- - 	
quantity   of dynamite, by tbe city council for the constru*     "*** %9mS*xm ��rf��r **<** auspice* way, he would   have   halt   a dozen  1*��} }*Q ^"^.iT^f**??^*��� ���*�� S*???*11! A' HttBW- A- ^oUls and O.
but   again   the
be tbe rock quea-
contalned   a   quanuiy   or oynanme. bv th�� citv m>mHi f��. ������.-. mm^m.^mm^mm^mm^^^m^mm^^^m^mm^mm^^^m^mm^^^a^nr7-  ^ad been resident here for years who Atkinaoi^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
were paying high rents for businesses     Alderman Lynch In advocating the
  .       tion.^H^^^^M^^H^^^^B on the maln thoroughfares,    bitt    it scheme moved that the sum ot 1150
on the subject. hpM^ln"*"^* "'*su*'a7 nf��\h��"  vw���*      Alderman Camnbell���This one man   wa* ��urely 8��!n* u'0 far wben tW*  ^ donatod ��"1 tw�� propowil had   ��
The flrm. and their quotation, wer,. ��* Tourist ��TZoSJ?-��* wa,' .uX&eTl.? dl.Si^T t?lng ^^!^^>J��?!*LVl *f *!$&* *1i!ing ������m4e' ta AMeraan ��"*���
at    a
������-   -   *********���������-'    *���* -*���t-"����i  ��r ****> cny council ror tne construe-  the     meeting    haa   been   arranged streets opened up,
which exploded and caused such in- tlon of tbe west end sewers, and the  through the Westminster- board     of difficulty seemed to
juries that the lad bad been deprived nutter gave aldermen room for muck  trade  was organized
of bis right arm, and the sight of hts  talk on the subject. SHu
right eye.    Tbe   authorities at    the    	
hospital refused to keep the lad any as follows
longer, and It remained for him to Municipal Construction company,
become a vagrant on the streets of $143,712; Romeo &. Pinto. $125,139;
Westminster, as he had absolutely no Lee & Blake, $100,372; McCarry &
means of subsistence and no family in Co., $96,000; Powers Construction
ti.e fatherland with tbe exception of a company, $94,495; Kennedy, $84,800;
widowed mother who was dependant  Sinclair  Construction  company,   $79,-
379 Klbber & Roseleaf, $68,970.
Alderman Bryson moved, and Alder-'
mun Campbell,    seconded,    a motion j
��� formed on July 10 under   tbe   presi- in a city like Westminster,
dency    of    C.  H.  McCauley.    Other j    The Mayor���Nothing would
coast cities have also heen approach-
ed to help in the movement. ! (Continued on page four)
please
upon Mm for her livelihood. Mr. Tulk
asked that the council take the matter into consideration and offer some
relief to the boy .by way of locating
him in some bome or otherwise while
investigations were being contacted
in the matter.
Replying to some of the aldermen,
the mayor said that Mr. Tulk bad
made a mistake In stating that BozyK
CROSSING BRUNETTE
NO NEW STEAM LIM
mim DOWNTOWN UMI1S
that  the  Sinclair  tender be awarded J WIIX  InlULIL  UCLA I
the oeatract. j ���
Aid.   Dodd  moved  a  direct    amend- \\\\\\\\_______________________________________.__________________________________rti . ���_��   r-mmmmt
ment   that  following  the   usual   pro-  Good Progress Made with Laying the, Proposed  Establishment  Cannot
cedure the names be tabulated, and ���,    ... .     ...      _ " .    ,
Big Water Main���Ready in a
'/.
Lo-
referred back until the next meeting.
Si eaKlne _tg hls motion. Alderman j
was In the empltty of the Stave X*ke   Bryson saldlBat the  firm'which hei
rompany, but rather ln that of    the  had named were at this time doing j
Municipal    Construction   Co.    Bozyki. splendid work for the city, and when
however, was on the public highway 't was fonud that they had. a firm
when  he picked    up the
Month.
It Is not anticipated that the city
cate on Clarkson Street, Owing
to By-law.
inspector tp occupy with an unaight- bell.
ly tent a street which was one of the Alderman Dodd, speaking to tha
best in the city, and a locality where amendment, said lt was all very well
the beat class of residents lived in being enthusiastic, but the funds of
houses which 'we'r�� a credit to any the city were not in a healthy condi-
city.      . tion.   Apart from tbis point he <juea-
I "Who was this man, and where did tioned very much if it was in the
he come from ?" queried the aider- power ot the councll to grant any aum ,
man. ot money trom the publlc tunda t*r m
'    A reply quickly came to blm trom  purpoae ot till* nature.
the  hall   of the   chamber   bi"   a  man       Anawerlss* a gtseetlon by Aldersaass
! wbo wa* prtmummblr Mr. Beaton,    tie  Brraon. the swor wa* ot tbe optssten
'.wat* *v****bt****ap'dty about bia ability  tbat tbe council could make any grant
to get  credentials   when   the  mayor which it was thought advisable for a
reminded him only   aldermen   mUht  specific  purpose.    Personally h�� was
speak, and the alderman renewed hij against the M*a of making an allow-
| talk.    The building Inspector, main- ance for the matter in band, and ne
I tainel Mr. Bryson, had been too easy  thought the council would be ill-ad-
: of late and unless he was tpore up  vised to accede to the wish of   the
to date in  his    methods    connected promoters of tbe scheme.   It was cer-
,0~...mj *. --  ���      �����  .���^j   ���_��� ���_____, A laundry scheme was knocked on   with  the  city's affairs,  there would talnly a good thing for the cltv  and
contain*,, th�� rfv�����mw        a"! W^ch ^.0n ,"?"?,. Pli C��ul<1  rely  u  was *R!? ^- ^aT^ ""? ��f ^ ^b0'* the llead la8t evening at the council   require to  be an investigation held,  a great thing for the game, that the
contained the dynamite, and therefore only fair that the patronage of tho of th? new 25-inch water pipe from *                             The speaker loudly derided the   idea youths of the city and district should
no blame could b* attached to any of council should    be    so    given.    The Coquitlam  lake till the end of next chambeis, at any rate so far as its            *~                                                    '     uo ���� �������" tll�� ��na "����"�� snouia
the members of the flrm for whom Arm    wara    not  the  lowest  Tenderer month.                                                      I proposed location iB concerned,
he had  prior to the   accident   been 'or the contract, but he could point |    Although excellent progress  is  be- F. J. Hart & Co. reported that they
working  As he had also met with the to many contracts   which   had   been ing made wiih the laying of the big had leaged the old Wintemute build-
accident  outside  the city  limits  no ����&^^toJ^OTOt%de*fc: ^a maft, tod^workjj^^eadhed^ jng 0n the north side of the Clarkson
of a traveling photographer coming go on a trip of this kind, but he (the
along and faking snapshots at ran- mayor) thought that the citizens In-
dom on their public streets. dlvldually  should be approached.    If
Alderman Bryson   continuing   said he was voting on the matter he would
It was a pity that the finance com- certainly vote "no."
mittee had seen lit to condone   the      Alderman Lynch was of the opinion
claim could be made against the cor-  which had afterwards fallen ~back~on  B- c  penitentiary, requiring only now ���
poratlon.    On   motion   of   Alderman  the hands of the council through the   to cross the McBride boulevard   and  street bridge for a steam laundry, and  acy���" 07theTu"ildi"ng"in8p'��:"tOT, who  thatTbe"city~couid 'weiraflord'toTx"
Lynch, seconded by Alderman Camp- inefficiency of the firm to carry out thence   at   an angle across   Queens
beU. the^matter was left ln the hands the work.    It   would,   therefore,   be  Palk to the reservoir, there will   je
of the finance committee to report at cheaper  ln  the  end  If  Sinclair  was  some delay over the Brunette creek
the next meeting. awarded the work under discussion,/ crossing at Pitt River road.
having made a glaring mistake was pend this small sum of nloney.
to be permitted to carry his scheme  -������������������________
through by the action of the commit-1 (Continued oa Page Four.)
tee.
MODERN FHOTOGRH
FOR IMPERIAL INSTITUTE
I
would ask the council, to assist them
by  improving the  bridge    over    the
���avlne, which was In a bad condition,
   ��� .   ���._,^,l.���_,.���1,,/ _ and the approaches to the property,
although they were a few thousand/     The engineering staff    must    wait  owing to the large amount of heavy       Alderman Lynch on behalf of Alder-' ..������,,���  .Ari|   nirrnn
higher than the next tender. till the water pros and it may not be  hauling whicli would be required for   man Johnston, who was absent, said   rUIlMLIl   LULAL  PAS I UK
The mayor was not   In    sympathy  for three or four weeks yet, before  machinery and other apparatus. that all the facts had been taken Into
with the position taken up   by   the connections are made,    "~*  ���**.--.-.-
previous speaker. He was stronzlv in  city     boundary     and
being
The
Obsolete Pictures of Westminster District to Be Replaced in Famous
Collection.
Some time ago a visitor to London
on his return to this city drew tho
attention of the secretary of the board
of trade, C. H. S. Wade, to the venerable ;ictures of this district wllich
figured at the Imperial institute.
As this gre-.it building In South
Kensington houses the finest collection of photographs and curios of
the imperial dominions and Indl i
ever gathered, and is tho subject of
visits annually from every part of
the world, Mr. Wa'e recognized the
necessity for drawing the attention'
of the director to the condition of
affairs. i
The views of the Fraeer valley a.o j
about seventeen    or   eighteen    years
old, and show the flrst car used on I
Mie Interurban line.   The pictures   ;f
Westminster show Columbia street as I
it was before the flre.
The distinguished director of the
institute, Dr. WyndhamR. Dunst'in,
has replied In a letter which was received yesterday agreeing that tlvj
pictures are out of date, and yromis-
ing to substitute modern ones and
also to take some of the literature of
the board for the central stand which
faces visitors on their entrance.
Mr. Wade will naturally comply
with the request and send suitable
pictures and literature as soon as
possible.
favor of the    lowest " tender
i awarded the contract as ln the past.
I The    difference    between    Sinclair's
tender and  the next  lowest  was  n*-*
less than $10,589, a large    sum    of
I money.
i Alderman Dodd also was onposed
| to an award being made because ai>-
j parently Alderman Bryson knew th'��
| flrm. anil the class of work carried
out by them. A contract of this
dimension should not be carriel
through In this Hurried manner, and
after Engineer Rlackman had offe'-ed
some remarks, the allotment of th"?
contract was left over for one week.
Between the      The board of   works    were   being  consideration    when   the   committee^
Westminster igiven power to act    when Aid. Dodd  drafted the report and   recommenda-'
Junction work has made good head-   reminded    them    that    the  laundry   tlon to the full council, and It wiaj
. PROCEEDING TO CHINA
way.      The    temporary    connections   WOuld be within the prohibited limits, 'n order that Beaton might make ar-j
with the new   line   from   Coquitlam an(j therefore no permission could be   rangements   to  go  elsewhere  within
lake to the Junction have assured a
good supply over the hot weather,
and at no time since has the city
suffered at any shortage, while other
cities have been on thorns about their
water supply.
Old Timer Burned in Cabin.
I Nelson, July 25.���Another fatal flre
occurred at Silverton yesterday morning. Donald Sinclair, an old timer,
was burned k> death In a fire which
destroyed hls cabin, and contents.
granted. Thereupon the board of
works was given power to report
again.
a month that they had put forward
the recommendation.
The motion was carried, Alderman
Bryson  voting "no."
SEWER CAVES IN;
FOUR
LIVES LOST,
Rev. A. J. Brace Leaves Victoria   tj
Take Up Y< M. C. A, Work ia
the Orient.
No Try for Bobby. M
  |     Niagara   Fairs,   Julv    25. - With      Rev.    A. J. Brace,    who    left   the
���Muskegee Okla July 25.-Seven policemen watching on either side of pastorate of the West Knd Methodist
men we^e ki.Yed and se'veral injured the Falls Bobby Leitch was preVehteJ church here five years ago ott.
yesterday afternoon when a deep from making another_ attempt to cos, charge ofaf eJe^ ' ^ ^ w��.k a
sewer ditch caved in. the falls in a barrel in  the manner  Vlctoila   a���������������. e�� y    will
Four bodies have been recovered.      he essayed some weeks ago. gj^Se"rt? the Y  M   ? A   work
in connection with Chen-tu university.
: This city is in Western China, in tha
I province of Sechuen.
In this occupation he bas been
most successful and the promotion of
the new building was largely due to
him.
While studying at Victoria university, Toronto, Mr. Brace enlisted as a
South African volunteer and was ft
member of the Canadian contingent.
Before 'eaving for China Mr. Braca
will pay a visit to his people in Tor- .,
onto.
Mr. Brad's work was not confined""
to the Y. M. C. A.   He took an active
interest in the affnirs of the city anl
i has always been a strong supporter of
| any  movement for moral and social
I reform.    His influence and work will
greatly be missed by his many associates     and   acquaintances    !n   tho
west.    In   the  development of clean
sport he has always taken a 'leep interest.
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Shade Temperature
The maximum    shade
perature   yesterday     of
Dominion     government
mometer was   90 degrees
tem-
the
ther-
  according to the observer, Mr. H.
Wilson. This is only .4 of a
degree less than the maximum
for this year.              ,
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Fire at Be'lingham.
Bellingham, July 25.���By a
f)fR T.-hirh started from an explosion in the harflware anl
furnishing store of Fritz Bros.
last evening, the two main
blocks of the town were fire
swept, and damage to the extent of $200,000 was done before the conflagration was got
under control,
were Injured,
none severely.
Seve'al people
but   fortunately
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Regradlng Columbia street   Viaw slowing Hassam Paving Company's employees at work on the corner of MerrivaTe stieet, in the despest cut.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
S        TUESDAY, JULV 28, 1*11.
WANTED-EXCAVATING, FENCE
building, sidewalks, and general
contracting. Apply Gust Melln, 1018
Third a venue.    Phone L613.
WANTED���A YOUNG GIRL FOR OF-
flce work; $4.00 per week. Apply
room 20 Dominion Trust block.
WANTED-A MAN TO DRIVE DE-
llvery rig. Apply Queens Meat
Market, Columbia street.	
WANTED KNOWN���MILLER'S EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men'for all largo
jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.  7
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900.000
The Bank bas 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout tbe Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,-
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
FOR  SALE-A  RARE  CHANCE  TO
secure  nineteen  city   lots   (50x1.10,
cleared and level), close In, for only
S4000       See    the    Queensborough,
Healty Company, Ewen avenue.
FOR SALE-TO BUILDERS, WE
have several cleared lots, In choice
locations, ln New Westminster,
which we. can deliver at mp
prices. Cluff & Morrison, 618 Robson street, Vancouver.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
AT THE
/
CUBAN LADY TOURING
THROUGH EUROPEAN CITIES
FOR SALE���A NINE ROOM HOUSE,
modern, corner of Royal avenue
and Granville street. Apply Owner,
on premises.
TO RENT-ROOM FOR TWO GEN-
tlemen, $1.50 per week each. Apply
224 Seventh street	
TO RENT OR FOR SALE���TWO
flve roomed houses, one modern
with large gardens (two lots), within minute of car; the other about
one and a half minutes of car. Keys
at 326 Albert street.
BOOM TO RENT���COMFORTABLE
furnished room and board with private family; use of phone and bath.
Gentleman required. Three minutes from post office. $35 a month.
Apply A., Dally Newg office.	
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM, 610
Agnes street.
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
furnished for two gentlemen, bath
room and' modern conveniences,
Copeland, Blltt Eighth street.
TP RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms In Cliff block, on
Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2, third floor. 	
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
TICKETS ON 8ALE:
July 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27, 28.
August 3, 4, 6, 14, 15, 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.
For rates and full information apply to
H. W. BRODIE, E. GOULET,
A. G. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
SEE McELROY
for sewer connect i o: s
'Phone R672
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal
avenue.
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
���
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C.Coast Service
Struggles   Against   Spanish   Rule   In
West Indian Island Are
Recalled.
Brussels, July 24.���Engage 1 in a
continental tour just now is a handsome Cuban' woman whose record recalls the wild times Just before the
American-Spanish war. Presently she
will travel to America to lecture on
Stanish art. ���
Her father was the Cuban patriot,
Juan Clemente Zeuea. whose assassination by Spanish soldiers while carrying a flag of truce, with a safe conduct pass from the Spanish authorities during the Cuban insurrection
of 1872, was one of the many incidents leading to American intervention, lt wll be recalled that America demanded an indemnity from
Spain for this deed.
Hls daughter, Piedad, was born ln
Cuba, but she became a naturalized
American when her parents left and
settle 1 in New York. There she and
her mother remained when Senor Ze-
nea, who was a fervent politician as
well as a poet, went back to hls native land ln time for the rising. He
was shot on his wife's birthday, and
lt was only through the New York
newspaper reports that his relatives
learned of the Spanish treachery.
During his imprisonment in a dungeon, it may be added, he grew dellrl
ous with fever and afterwards the
Americans who investigated that poison-hole found the walla of hls cell
covered with the name of his daughter, Piedad, he had written ln his
frenzy.
When grown up she traveled to
France and Spain with her mother
and in the land of the toreador married Emilllo de Bobadlllo, the distinguished poet and art critic, wh'o
writes under the pen name of "Fray
Candln."
After a long sojourn in Spain Mme.
de Bodlllo started out to lecture on
the great Spanish artists, Kl Greco,
Valasquez and Murillo,- and these conferences on art have create 1 quite a
stir In the social centers, of the capitals! Though she speaks several
languages, her mother tongue is essentially American, and she boasts
that quite half her heart ls also.
Among her personal friends are the
king and queen of Spain, who bave
sent personal letters to several other
European royalties commending her
to their Interest.
Parisian society promptly made her
season a record success, after which
she drew the grand world in Brussels
and London. After an American tour
in the fall she says she will do "perhaps South America or Germany or
Austria. I am working hard at the.
German language so as to lecture, in
it as well as in Spanish and English."
Incidently, she is an enthusiast for
peace, and wherever she goes ln Europe she Is urging the conclusion of
arbitration treaties with America on
LOST.
L0ST���A SORREL HORSE, WHITE
face.   Reward given.   Any informa-
_, tion should be sent to Royal City
Dye Works. 	
COST���GOLD OPEN FACE WAL-
tham watch, chain and locket with
monopram W. N. C. Suitable re-
-ward then by returning same to
���WcBrMo -1   Clarke Collister b'ocli
KNITTING UP NELSON
i WITH   PACIFIC COAST
FOUND.
FOUND���AN   AIREDALE   TERRIER.
Apply 01 Princess street.
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Residence phone 501.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
��>���Asylum.
t;���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Opera House,  Lorne street.
9���Fifth avenue nnd Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  and' Park   Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
10���Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
-.21 ���Queen's avenue and Third.
"23���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
24���Third avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and Fourth.
26��� Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and  McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small and Bucklin Mills.
43��� b. C. E. R. Railway Car Shops.
46���Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
46���Sixth avenue and Tenth.
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Dally, except Tuesday similar lines to that proposed by Pre-
1:00 p.m    Dally sident    Taft    between    the    United
For Seattle. States and England.
10:00 a.m  Dally' ���	
11:00 p.m  Daily
For Nanaimo.
2:00 p.m  Daily
For Nanaimo, Union, Comox.        \ _________
2:00 p.m   Tuesdays Nelson,  B.  C, July  24.���The rapid
9:00 a.m.  ..Thursdays and Saturdays race at which the C. P. R. is building
For Prince Rupert and Alaska. Us Kettle river line, to connect   the1
11 p.m,  July 18, 22, 29 boundary branch with the coast, per-
For Queen Charlotte islands. tends  the early  construction of    the
SS. P. Beatrice.... July 19, Aug. 2, 17 short line around the southern end of
For Hardy Bay and Rivers Inlet. Kootenay lake, which is the only link
8:30 a.m  Wednesdays that will be wanting to complete the
Upper Fraser River Route. company's  secoml  all-rail   route    he-
Leave Westminster 8:00 a.m. Monday, tween the'Albert tahle land and the
Wednesday, Friday. Pacific.    The Kettle River line   is be-
I.eave   Chilliwack,' 7:00   a.m.   Tues- ing built from both ends, at a rate
day,   Thursday,   Saturday.          i which ensures its early    completion,
For other sailings and rates apply and as it will cut off a day between
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
i the  city  of  Nelson  and    the    coast,
j this route will immediately command
I the  traffic of the greater  portion  of
the rich Kootenay country, as well aa
further  develop  the  mining    of    the
Boundary.    This  will  also  make  the
JNEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.���District, of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, James
Charles Wood, of Nortb 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 west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
���east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
to point of commencement, and oon-
iaiding 040 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle,  Agent.
'Dated June 6th, 191L
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready tojjopen 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 half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable terms.   ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000"
NEW WE8TMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
b. a
Crow's Nest Pass route the quickest
through  route  from  the  prairie,  and
under tliose circumstances  it  would
be  folly  for the company  to  refrain I
from converting it to an all-rail basis!
by building the 38 mile link along tho'
lake  shore,  between  Procter, on  thu'
west arm, and  Kootenay Landing, at'
the head  of the  main  lake.    In  any
case,  the  company   is   under  charter j
obligations  to  have  this    link    completed in two years' time.
Meantime the company's direct lino
between Lethbridge, on the Southern
Alberta tableland, and Weyburn, on
the Eastern Saskatchewan plains, is
m;iking good progress. It will thim
be but a comparatively short period
before the company's two parallel!
through routes whlnch have thei,-
point divergence just west of tho
Manitoba boundary.
Apart from the matter of the second through route, there is now a
strong possibility that the coastward
passenger traffic originating In the
Kootenay will be placed on its own
basis the coining season, and that a
local train wlll leave Nelson dally for
the coast, Independent of the main
line through connections. This will
enable tourists to spend a night in,
the Kootenay capital, if they desire,
and have the full enjoyment of the
scenic attractions���including the do
luxe Bteamer services on both Kootenay and Arrow lakes���en both stages
of the trip through. At present, tho
lakes, the glaciers, the cataracts, and
the big game of the Kootenay are only
beginning to be known to the tourist,
but when the Crow's Nest Pass route
Is placed on a parity with that of the
main line, this great district will become one of the summer playgrounds
of the world. These improvements
from the tourist standpoint will react, of course, on the mining, timber,
,i>rl fruit development of the premier
district of the upper country.
11 *LmLiili "1 "1 ul "l ?i "i Bi Bi ii "l "i "i "i "i "t "i J!j "i "i ��i "i "i "i ���: "l "j JL "lJL ���. ���  ���
NEW
VICTOR RECORDS
(Now oo Solo)      FOR  JUNE      (Now on Sde)
A selection of the interesting numbers issued
this month.
Single-faced Records
10-inch���Price 75c. v
5841. Dreaminf Welling*
Reed Miller, Tenor
5S44. That Fellow with the 'Cell* R����. Smalle j
Billy Murray and American Quartet
Double-faced Records
10-inch���Price 90c the twa.
Love is Like a Red. Red Rase	
 Stevenson-Burr
(Whistling Solo)
My Here Gialdini
... American Quartet
16854. I
I
18859.
JBaby Rom.
\Wh7
. .Lilian Homesley
Purple Label Series
IZ-iach���$1.50
ASvperb Lucia Sextette at a Popular Price
(Victor Opera Sextette)
70038. lads-Sextette Donizetti 841SI.
Do not fail to hear the** and the manj othoc record* which
New Red Seal Record*
Fom Splendid Records bf
Mme. Clara Butt
The famous English Contralto
12-iach-Prica $3.50
0317*. Abide With Me Liddle
03178.   Kathleea Maveuraeea Crouch
M17IL /H* Shall Feed Hb Flock-HMetsiak"
��3"* \ Handel
0,.���  /O Rest I* The Lord-"Elljsh"	
��3177, \ Mendelssohn
Two Irish Songs by McCormack
John McCormack, Tenor
... i   ���****-**��� im******* **'��� '  X
KMmA, with orchestra, $1.28 each.
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ass:
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MISS ��. A. E0SS.
Charon, Mercer Co., Pa.
Grew Hair on a Bald Head
For two or three years my hair had been
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of my head was entirely bald. About four
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and I kept using it regularly until now I have
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Rochester, M. Y.
f'%
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
The Auto that will he given
away by the Daily News, Aug.
5, was purchased from the
McLaughlin Carriage Co., Ltd.
'  B. C. BRANCH:   1285 PENDER  8TREET WEST, CORNER JERVI8, VANCOUVER.
Machine on display at T. A. Muir & Co's Drug Store
441   COLUMBIA  8TREET.
"Model 27" Price Complete, $1 750
WEDDING ON BOARD
ATLANTIC  LINER
Montreal, July 24.���A rather interesting incident occurred on board tbe
Lake Manitoba, which baa arrived ln
poit from Liverpool, In the way of a
marriage. Everything took place In
a very quiet manner in the ship's dining saloon, and tbe party had gone
ashore before many of the olllcers
on board had no notion of such an interesting Incident bavlng occurred. In
fact tbe names of the parties were
not even made known to tbe sblp au- ]
thoritles.
In the morning a young man travelling with a party of two ladles and
another man, came to Captain Evans
and asked hlm If they might have
the use of the dining room, in which
to hold a marriage ceremony. The
good captain used to the many interesting incidents that occur on an'
ocean liner, at once asked if they procured a minister to perform the marriage ceremony, and when the young
man who so casually asked permls
sion for the room, replied that he was
the man necessary. Captain Evans ac
once gave his permission.
The party had been travelling in
Europe, and on their way back had
expected to meet the 5oung girl's fiance, for they several times anxiously asked the captain when the ship
would reach port. At any rate it
seems that when the vessel did moor
the gentleman was there waif*��g, and
thus morning came aboard, and the
ceremony was performed.
It took place so qijetly and so
quickly that few of the ship's officers knew what was going on, and
the couple landed without leaving
their names or even any trace of
their whereabouts.
Specifications of the McLaughlin-Buick Five Passenger Fore Door Touring Car Which Will be Given
IRISH
NATIONALISTS  WED
OUTSIDE THEIR COUNTRY
Dublin, July 24.���The tendency on
i the part of Irish members of parlla-
Away as First Grand Prize by The, Daily  Newsrrur^rsrta.?^^
^_____________________________________ i long excited adverse criticism ln Ire-
THREE COOKS AND
THREE REASONS
Thei. thr*. cook, differ widely la ability end experience, but ill ��r�� .freed (hit th*
prime ci.entiel in loud cooking it tke .love ea which lo cook, awl ��U concede that every
4
atova neceeaity i* tact ia a
Springe���Easy scroll Elliptic on rear;
semi-Elliptic on front.
Frame���Pressed   steel.     Z%    Inches
drop.
Horse Power���26.
Cylinder*���Foot with valves ln bead.
4x4 Inches. <
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water,     centrifugal     pump
and fan.
Ignition���Jump spark.
Current  8upply���"Splitdorf"  Magneto
and dry cells.
Body���Very carefully designed for
comfort and beauty of outline.
Extralarge doors easy of access.
Seat���Five passengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-buffed lcathe^;
easy spring backs and spring rtisb-
ions.
Wheel Base���ior, Inches.
Gauge���56 inches.
Tires���3i��x32 quick deUjchab'e.
Brakes���Two on rear hub, internal
expanding; also external contracting.
Price���$1750  f.  o.  b.  factroy,  includ Ing oil tail and side lamps, two gas h ead
and tool equipment, robe rail rail i n tonneau, half length foot rail in I ront.
land
Carburetor���"Schebler"  automatic.      |    The late Michael Davltt, and T. P.,
Lubrication���Splash      system,     gear', O'Connor set tbe fashion wltb regard
pump forcing oil to all engine bear-j to the **** ���.tlteVa?Td n,ow !t '"'���
W. ...tnm.Ho.il. rumored that  Richard  Hazelton, the   .
lngs automatically. dapper young member for North Oal-. f
Motor Control���On  top   o f  steering   way, Is following the example   by a
wheel. I contract with an heiress.
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Bronze    and1    He made a conquest, it Is said, dur-
hardened steel  plates. I in* hls recent lecturing
GURNEY-OXFORD RANGE
For no matter how much or bow little cooking ia done: no nutter what tba eeperienca
Jivea or required, thera ar* certaio prime requi.ilea lor (very kilchea rente. Whether tha
cook be a prolea.ional ehel or tb* youi hrid* with only him" to plcaee. tha elove muet
lurni.h the.* three ectcntiale���********* and control ol heat, even baking lacililie*. aad ���
grata Ihat givee plenty ol air to th* fr* with a caving ol luel and convenience in haodling.
For theee three problem.���oa which all eooka ara agreed���tbc GURNEY-OXFORD
RANCH bac three aaawere. three good reaeone why.
THE OXFORD ECONOMIZER ie a email lever lor tba eteady nuialeaaoeeofheef.
Iioetued ilor aaa only on Gurney-Oilorde. It efecle a remarkable caving ia laal aa well a*
labor. Nothing ean go ap tb* chimney bat .moke aad odor.
, The Divided Flaa Strip distributee tbe heat evenly.
(real aa well at back of oven, tbae eeeuriog tgaiaet failure ia
baking. Ther* ia oo better test of practical atove work than
tbla ovea control.
Are yoa tlweyt dastlag? The Gurner-Oxlord Rever-
��� ib I* Oral* seve* dirt aad labor: oae-hell tara aad too ask**
or* oat, while tb* later locking teetk triad lb* hardeet cKokcr.
There arc plenty ol other "reaeone" lor tha advantage
ol the Gurner-Oxlord. ea a call oa as will convince yoa.
Come In end eee our varied lia*. and we will denaoattrat*
all thet* feature, to yoor entire aatielaetion.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Disc���Bronze
plates.
Drive���Shaft.
Color���Dark  blue  with  gray  wheels,
or all cherry red.
lamps,  horn, wheel   jack,
Top and glass front.
pump
THE 2nd GRAND PRIZE ^EatSM"*0
WOfcMWirM PIANO
l^Sh7Z lhe Columbia Piane Co., i% 8g
DESCRIPTION.
New Improved scale with heavy Iron plate. Double veneered ln
figured walnut or mahogany. Carved top panels. Full-length swinging music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining pedal. Rolling fall, continuous hinges throughout. Trichord over-strung scale. Elastic repeating action.    Ivory keys.    Ttt   octaves.     Patent   noiseless   pedal
aCtl0n' DIMENSIONS Height, 4 feet 6 Inches. Width, 5 feet 1% inches. Depth, 2 feet 3 in
tour in the
United States, of the heart of a Philadelphia girl, Miss O'Brien, the daughter of a real estate magnate in the
Quaker city.    Miss O'Brien has Just
been on a tour of Ireland  with her
mother,  but  Hazleton  Is out in   the
Australia   collecting   money   for   the I
Irish party.    It is understood he will I
return by way of America and bring
the young bride and her dollars back]/
wltb  him. /!���
It Ih a remarkable fact that all th* j-
Jeading; men ot tbe Irtab party bave,'/
gone   abroad   tor   tbelt   wive*.     John
Hedmond, his brother, William, and
a friend of theirs, William McKUlop,
M. P., went to the land of the Kangaroo; William O'Brien married a
Russian, John Dillon, the daughter,
of an English judge, and "Joe" Devlin found a wife in Canada. It need
not surprise any one, either, if the
son of the Irish leader, who is now
in Australia with Hazleton, brings
back  with him an Australian wife.
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  VOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
MV. m. OILLKV, Phone tat.
a. m. oillmy, fhone ttn.
fhenea, Office 10 and 19.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, 8EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK.
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN 8AND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
See   the- Three  Beautiful   Furniture   Sets\
That theJDaily News is giv
ing away August 5th.   They
i
were purefcasad from
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets i
Will be given away by the Daily News  yy��
August Sth, 1911. Cf I
Three $96.00 Scholarships
The Westminster Modern Business {College
The Modern Business School, which
was established in New Westminster
two years ago, an affiliation of 'the
Vancouver Husiness Institute, has
merited enviable fame and Bucess aa
a scliool for the training and equipping of these deBirious of entering
business life. One of the greatest
difficulties with which the management of the school has to contend is
to secure enough young men ancl
young women to meet tho demands
made upon them by business men
for qualified competent help. The
course of instruction in this school is
very similar to the methods employed
In the offices of business men, and a
student graduating from here does
not have to "learn all over again,"
consequently great confidence ls
placed in  tfcose who    receive    their
training at the Modern. |
The school has three departments,
commercial, shorthand and typewrit-1
ing. A. 1.. Bouck, principal, has
charge of the commercial department i
and by his painstaking and eonseien-j
���lious attention an.l co-operation is j
enabling many young men and young
I ladies to   "make good," as evidenced j
by  the school  register which shows
'an enrollment of 240 students during1
the past two years.
Miss McKnight, who assumes th*
duties of teacher of Gregg shorthand,
touch typewriting and business penmanship, was the flrst lady.on the
western coast to receive a writing
certificate from the world-famed writing specialists, Zaner and Bloser, of
Columbus, Ohio.
In regard to the typewriting depart
ment, we desire especially to say that,
there are eleven of the standard
typewriters with blank keyboards so
that touch typewriting, now required
by all up-to-date business men, is
necessarily taught and in the most
effective way, so satisfied .was the
writer company with the work being
done in this department, that at the
time of the demonstration by Mlss
Fritz, they donated a gold medal to
the school to be awarded the winner
of the typewriting contest held ln
December.
This school is of great importance
and affords a great advantage to the
young men and women of the Royal
City and surrounding districts who
contemplate a business career and it
ls also a decided acquisition to the
city itself.
FRENCH  OPINION
ON EUROPEAN SITUATION
Paris, July 24.���Opinion in France
ls that the time has arrived for Germany to say what she really wants,
since the present situation of uncertainty is now entering upon a stage
which may disturb international relations.
Officially the foreign office lhas
nothing to say today concerning the
ciisis except that conversations
continue between Baron von Kidder-
iin- Waechter, the German secretary
of state for foreign affairs, and Jules
Cambon, the French embassador at
Berlin, upon possible solutions. Unofficially hints appear in the press
that the time is arriving when the
futility of conversations  ls obvious.
Meantime the speech of David
Lloyd George, the Britisli chancellor,
before the London Bankers' association last week, is interpreted as a direct warning to Germany and is considered as having enormously strenth-
ened the attitude of France, which
will not accept any German proposal
for a wholesale turning over of
French colonial territory. |
The press is unanimous in Its opinion that Lloyd George's words' signified that the British-French entente
is really an alliance with which Germany must reckon. Russia naturally
is  expected   to  throw  her   influence I
Garden Hose
Lawn Mowers.
Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
The season is now open for these goods and we have
got a full stock.   Give us a call.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Qenl. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN.
Sec. and Treaa
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturer* and  Wholesale Dealera lit
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.  Shingles, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc.
with the other two members of the
international agreement, which the
world calls the triple entente. Although the press remains calm, there
ls a distinct tendency to re-em pha-
bIzp Germany's manner of forcing tho
negotiations as "brutal" and the
Temps, which is ln close relations
with the government, declares that
Germany has lost the confidence ot
the other European powers.
Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
districts.   They  are on display at
T.  Gifford's    Jewelry Store,"'Columbia Sireet
Independent In  Winnipeg.
Winnipeg. July 23.���There ls a persistent rumor in political circles that
1 R.   A.   Bonnar,  barrister,  may  enter
the   Dominion   contest   in   Winnipeg,
running as independent.    Mr. Wonnar
1 has usually been identified witli the
V Conservative party,  but in the    last
; provincial   election   he   opposed    the
government nominee.    It is vtne'allv
taken for granted that Alex. Haggart,
M. P., will again be chosen   as   tho
Conservative stan lard  bearer.
To Operate on Prince.
Friborg, Switzerland, July 24.���
Queen Victoria, of Spain, with Prince
Jaime arrived here todav and drove
to the Laryngological clinic, where
the prince was��� placed in the care of
the physicians for treatment for an
affection of the throat and nose.
E. M. CURTIS.
R. C. TUDOR.
Fresh Sanitary Milk
IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES
Delivered to any part of the city.   Bottled on the Mountain Meadowa
8anitary Farm, Huntingdon, B.C.
FRASER VALLEY DAIRY
Phone 490.
628 Clarkson Street:
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealera tn All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINQLES, 8ASH.   D00R8.  INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK^ISH B0XE8     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY QLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 12 New Westminster So* 13? THE DAILY NEWS,
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911.
The uaiiy News Uimikolkly tottwrW
LATE  POLICE CHIEF
BURIED IN VICTORIA
Published by Tbe Dally Newa Publishing Company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner   ot   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
AMERICA   APPROVES.
The reciprocity bill has passed the
senate of the United States by a majority of 26, which marks a decisiveness in favor of the trade arrangement wltb Canada that is not altogether   surprising
BRITISH HOUSE Of COMMONS
���mZ      i
Hearing   Refused   Mr.  Asquith  When
He Declares Prerogative Will
Be Exercised.
London, July 25.���For the first time
' in its history the British House of
' Commons refused to listen to a speech
by the prime minister. It was also
the ilrst time the Speaker was compelled to. invoke tbe rfclp 'whloh em-
powers him ln cases of graye disorder
to declare the sitting adjourned on
bis own responsibility.     (
London, July 24.���Scenes of wild
disorder marked* th'e"feftlBfoh of tho
House of Commons-today. Half a
dozen times Premier .AfliUlth rose to
move consideration, of tl\e Lords'
amendments to the parll|fientary bill
was notvled down
PRESENTATION OF BANNER TO
SUCCESSFUL C. E. 80CIETY
Well, Good Bye
Victoria, July 24.���Covered with
the folds of the Union Jack and escorted by a bodyguard of city and
provincial police, tbe body of the late
F. S. Hussey, provincial superintendent of police, was on Sunday afternoon borne to its last resting place iu
Ross Bay cemetery.
Amid blazing sunshine, the cavalcade climbed the hill that u-a.is to
the cathedral, where the funeral
service was held at four o'clock.
The coffin was met at the door by
the Very Rev. A. J. Doult, dean of Columbia, and the choir, and the first
part of the service was read as the
procession moved slowly up the aisle
of the crowded church. The ..coffin
was followed by members of the city
and provincial police, the Sons or
England, the Masonic Order and
many old-timers and friends of the
deceased.
Among the hymns sung was "Fight
the   Good   Fight,"   surely   an    appro
The quarterly meeting of the C. E. we hope  you have a most enjoy-
Unlon  attracted  a    considerable    at- abie time while out camping.   Should
tendance, estimated at over 100,    to y0u require more
Queens avenue church   last   evening _���__.... . _,a 0rRM0L CREAM
in spite of the tropical conditions pre-j  8?��*ERV��L" ""Jl^ "J}?1
vailing.   The president, T. F. Phillips, (The skin cream without a peer)
occupied the chair
TALCUM  POWDER
COOLING   DRINKS
THERM08 or SPARKLET BOTTLE8
BATHING CAP8 or WATER WINGS
Cosman and Logan, and an interesting address on  the    "Fellowship    of
Christ" was given by Rey. C. S. Mc-,
Klnley.    The opening    prayer    came
from Rev. A. F. Baker. j
The principal business of the even- or CAMERA FILM8
lng, the presentation of the banner to
the   Individual   society   making   the drop us a llhe.
largest increase in the quarter, pass-      We give  maIi  or(iers our
ed off well, the banner falling to Oil-  aMo_Mnn
'vet Baptist church,  St.  Andrews be- a"enllon-
ing second. We  give  prescriptions
 ' ! careful attention.
CONTROLLER CHURCH THANKED
���  ***** .��Ihe Red Cross Pharmacy
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Phone 587
B.C.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER
careful
our    most
utterances
of
when   the   strong
prominent   Americans
toward that end are taken Into con- BerVe parliamentary decorum
W��*5S? an teirlflc  that  tho  Speaker ""'   """"    '''��""���      """'->    ������"    ��i'i��u-. citlzt-iiH   .mueiui/   atiuuri-   in
h^H Himrnlfv in  nakl is bCself heard PrlBte  re"ulem   for  the    ,,rave   man   taken   by   Controller   Church
had difficulty in making nimseirneuiu ^  hQme  tQ  h|a reward       To thu   ��.._,,_��� _,K���rv,_,nn��� ���������,_.Inn
as he uppealed  to both sides to ob
Mother  Appreciates    His
Aid   Sunday   Comfort.
Toronto,   July   24.���Some   Toronto
Citizens  evidently  admire  the  stand
on  tbe Phone 40.
C. S. Davies, Prop.
sideration. It is nearly eighteen
months ago since tho first step towards effecting the reciprocity agreement was taken. This waalftt>the
time when an agreement was entered
into between the two cowries by
which Canada secured the advantage
Again "Mr. A equity essayed to
speak, but was unable'' to prevail
against the uproar.
After trying vainly for three-quarters of an hour to get a hearing,
Mr. Asquith cut short' hls projected
speech and amid a hubbub declared
that if the Lords wcAild'not consent
to  restore  the  veto-- *M, ��� even   with
gone home to his reward.      To the  s���nday observance question.   One, at j
moving strains of the "Dead March In   ioagt, wants him to know lt and has
Saul"  the  procession   re-formed  and   gent' the   controller    the   following
left  the  cathedral,  where  the   large   letter:
frowd,   standing   with   their    heads |     -j fell it my duty as a mother to
New
32 Sixth 8treet,
Westminster. B.C.
Westminster
Transf er Co.
>Hoe 'Phone 186.     Barn   Paone 1��/l
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly    _s
any part ot tke city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICS��� THASS   OhMO .
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B.C.
of the minimum tariff rates under reasonab_e amendmenta,-aubstantially
the Payne-Aldrlch bill. On tbis oc- t0 Its original form, the government
casion 'President Taft inntted Can- would be compelled.*W��hw��fci? the
casion   rresiut. exercise of the royal prerogative for
ada,   represented   then   by   the   Hon. ^ ^^ of heVii)^ri
W.  8. Fielding, to enter ,pKf> closer      The op���n|ng scerfes-of'tlie historic
and more favorable trade relations.    Bession were   among   the . stormiest
Tha invitation was heirtWy accept- ever witnessed In the Hodse.   As hei
rose to speak, the premier, was encouraged by a "roar ot. applause from
the Radical and Labor Wenches, but
an answering volley of. cheers came
from the opposition, 'fth'le a small
group of standpatter^ Bwqy chanted,
"Traitor, traitor, traitor," until
Speaker Lowther warned them'to control themselves. ,IJrfl��j.li��f!nt. among
United States ls con-, the disorderly ones was Lord Hugh
Cecil, the Conservative "Tree' trade.'
from Oxford university* who incessantly chanted, "Divide, divide,
divide." v,
Mr. Asquith concluded in a few
sentences lnaudlbJte to those in the
press galleries, Mit evidently uttered
in great heat nnd with emphasis. As
he sat down he received an ovation
from his supporters.
Mr. A. J. Balfour1 replied that the
through government by this onp stroke had
misused the prerogative of the crown
to destroy the second chamber. Others
ed by tbe Canadian government and
negotiation which followed resulted
in the preparation and Approval of
a mutual agreement providing for
the free interchange of certain natural products, and the reduction of
duties upon certain other products.
So far as the
cerned the arrangement was approved by the house of representatives
early in the spring of the present
year and the bill has now been passed by the senate ln precisely the
same form as lt left the lower housi,
notwithstanding that many amendments to the measure were brought
forward. President Taft was determined to get the measure
promptly and for this purpose con-
~ vencd an extra session.
The   approval   of   the   reciprocity
agreement by the United States legislature knocks away    another    prop
from the platform of the   Conserva-'
tives   at   Ottawa.      The   annexation
bogey has dissolved into thin air, the
disloyalty  cry has failed to gain the'
acceptance  of  the  people, the diversion of trade idea has caused the wiser * heads  of  experienced  traders   to
shake in disbelief an I now the    predicted  disgust  ot  the  United  States
has not been verified. But the decided
approval of the American parliament
-will   strengthen   the   hands    of    Sir
Wilfrid   Laurier   and    Ks   ministers
and increase their   determination   to
press the  measure forward to a decision.
There is no doubt that the people
of Canada as a whole are in favor of
reciprocity. As the strong deputation of grain glowers told Mr. Borden, when he was in tlieir country ,i
short tune since, reciprocity is largely a farmers' tfuestlon, dealing as it
does almost entirely with y^e natural
products of both countries. And hero
is the strong point which the grain
growers presented to tho Conservative leader when'at BrandAl
"When Canada has In tre near future, as it is calculated she will have,
500,000,000 bushels of whoat, besides
millions of bushels of other grains or
export, where is she going to send it?
Where is she going to send her large
production of otlier commodities.
Shall we refuse the market offered
by 90,000.000 or 100,000,000 of people
ri.iht at our doors?���an open market
whicli will in a short time be the best
market in the world for our surplus
products. Our trade with tlie Fnitcd
���States is greater than our trade with
all other countries combined. Last
year it was greater by over $100,-
000,(100 than our trade with Britain,
notwithstanding the preference given
Britain in our tariff, and that trade
has been increasing from year to
year in face of a hostile tariff, which
makes it less profitable to all engaged in it. This trade with the United
States, in view of the conditions al-
i*eady stated, wil] expand immensely. Why should that great
open market now offered us be refused? The whole range of history
furnishes  no example  where  the of-
bared, paid a last silent tribute to
him who slept his last slee;> beneath
thc colors of the country he had served so well.
The active pallbearers were composed of members of the city pollce
force, while the honorary bearers
were Hon. C. E. Pooley, Hon. W. R.
Ross, Mr. Justice Gregory, Messrs. J.
Dean, J. A. March and H. D. Helmcken, K. C.
LOCAL W. C. T. U.
Delegates
to
attempted to speak, but were howled
down, and,  unable, to  ��store  order,
Speaker Lowthei  dep|frjjfl th* slain,; ���
suspended until Tt/esday. ' '
*���' ,   I     i!    ���I>n|��.l��'�� '   I
Application rw_:';:
Miricil Grant
(Continued from Page One. 1
Further   Reports   from
Convention.
There was a good attendance at the
monthly meeting of the W. C. T. U.
held yesterday afternoon at the school
room of   Queens   avenue    Methodist
church. After devotional exercises by
Mrs.   O'Kell,    the     president,   Mrs.
Barnard, opened    the    meeting, and
arrangements    were    discussed    for
work among the    young    this year.
These plans will be completed by the
opening of the fall season, and will be
In. charge of   a     special    auxiliary
league.    Mesdames  McAdam, Sadden
and White, some of the delegates to
the provincial convention at Victoria,
referred to different features of the.
woTk discussed  there,  Mrs.  McAdatrt.
being particularly impressed with the
splendid efforts put out at the rescuo
home. Mrs. Sadden was Impressed by
the account of the temperance wont
of  Dr.   Spencer,  and  Mrs.   White bv
the  unity and  devotion  of the delegates. ' ..
There    will    be    no    meetine next
I month,  the union adjourning till tti*
flrst Monday in September.
'. ��� , M
thank you for your kind efforts to
help the working class to freedom on
Sundays. I am the mother of six
small children, one "of them a helpless little cripple, and with my husband and little ones have-been In the
habit of spending the only day we
can with our little ones out to :tiver-
dale Park with a lunch and buy a pot
of tea at the restaurant and Ice creum
for the little ones, and we felt grateful for the privilege to rest and enjoy the Sabbath, but on Sunday, we
were told that we couldn't get a brick |
of cream or a pot of tea unless we
���consumed lt ln the hot building, else
they would be liable to a fine. j
"I think this is a crime.   The cltl- ___,   v .
zens  of  Toronto  should  assert  their  \JWpkct*mHl<st'f*1*
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
SU to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone 83.
Tenth  St.,  New Westminster.
New
rights  and   not   have   their   freedom'
taken from them. 1
"I wish you godspeed ln your efforts.���A Grateful Mother."
English  Replaces Greek.
New York, July 24.���An important
change Is about to be made  in the
German   syBtem   of   national   educa-1
tlon   according   to   advices    received
here.   Greek, which has hitherto boen
the pride of the German gymnasium,'
ls  no   longer   to  be  obligatory,  and!
English is to take Its plade.
Realty is Good
Investment.
See Us For Snaps
Royal Avenue, near Leopold Place,
modern cottage, five rooms. Price
$2900.00. Terms, one-third cash, balance $25 per month.
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner Fourth  Ave. and Second SL
Wholesale and Retail Bread Merchants. Shipping orders receive careful attention.
Phone 435.
r
object was a good one, and would
materially assist the. city. Citizens
had repeatedly footed thq bills in the
past, and the samd names'Appeared
on every list.
Alderman Bqrapan wwneUed that
the city funds' were 'Iti A low state
owing to the recent inroads made
upon the finances by the outbreak of
small pox. He liked the same of lacrosse, but there wei^ more things
nearer home, he averred, which claimed their attention.
Alderman Dodd Immediately before
the mayor put the question to the
vote, rose and asked If-it was not the
procedure of the by-laws that the
council could not pass at once on a
money vote over $50.
Alderman CampbeUr^reminded the
members that the previous speaker
was one of a committee appointed
some months ago to go carefully into
the matter of amending the by-laws,
yet this had never lieeji "tlolje.
After the mayor had. acknowledged
that Alderman Dodd's voint was in
order, it was decided to leave the
matter of a donation la the hands of
tbe finance committee to report next
week. ..���
Quarry Question
Slirs Council
(Continued from Page One.)
me more than If the city owned ._
rock quarry which would put us in p
position where we would not require
to be dependent on others for a supply of rock all  tbe time.
Alderman Henley reminded the
council that five yeara'ago he had
broached the same su&Jeet as thu
aldermen weie that ntgltPdiscussing,
Tha speaker had requested the coun
cil ol that time to start right away
and secure a quarry which could be
operated and used for city purposes,
but many obstructions WS're put ni'
his way an I tte mutter had been allowed to drop.
Alderman Dodd was surprised that
despite all that had been said since
the present council ca-.ne into office,
no steps had heen tak��n to see that
a plant lo become the property ot
the city authorities was secured] He.
fer of such a market under such con- moved that the mayor and Alderman
ditions  was refused  by  any nation."  S'am.'.)h.e" s�� into the question ot   tho
any
This is not the view of a gathering
of hot air politicians, but of hardworking men who know their business thoroughly.
feasibility of getting a rock quarry so
that a  regular  supply  might  be  ob-
tainable at all  times.
This was seconded and carried.
Fruit Crop Ruined.
Niagara.    July   25.���Over    $100,000
damage  was done to  the fruit crop
here ywrterday    by    a heavy    wind.
Peaches suffered extremely.
Welcome Prize Marksman.
Toronto, July 25.���In addition to
the civic reception, a military receu-
tion will be tendered Private Clifford,
of the Royal Grenadiers, on his return
after winning the King's prize at Bisley. ;' ' '
���   - .--v. -
We have
Cash
To Purchase
Approved
Agreements
of Sale
OM   VROTEIXTIES
WHICH A HE MOI
MO'RTGAGE'D
PROMPT ATTENTION
1
An  American   Henley. I
Chicago,    July   24.���A   course   for
rowing  rivaling In  size  and   beauty
the   famous   Henley   course   on   the
Thames  river  in   England,  ls   being,
planned by Chicago rowing men and |
veterans  of   college   crews.      Grant'
park, which faces on Lake Michigan, j
Is  the location  favored  by  the  men  car nne. new thoroughly modern, five
promoting the Idea. \ _..,.... *...*
1 room cottage. Full sized cement base-
~~ See us at one%
Oak Street,   near   Fourth   Avenue
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       SH.400,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches througnoui Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana ln London, Eng.
Und, New Tork, Chicago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let*
ters of Credit Issued, available wltb
correspondents In all parts of ths
world.
Savings Bank Dspsrtment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at t per cent, per
annum  (present rata).
Total  Assets  over $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Dow,rraser&Co.,Ltd.
MORE PROPERTY
Snaps
DOUBLE CORNER SNAP���Hospital
and Richmond streets; cleared, $20o
cash, balance $20 per month. Are
these not easy  terms ?
ment with furnace,
Fourth Street, between Third and
Fourth Avenues, fine building site.
Only $1600. One-half cash, balance to
arrange.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696.
622 Columbia street.
IN    THE    SUPREME    COURT    OF
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMINSTER. B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess St
NANAIMO STREET LOT���Near Sixteenth street, flne lot with good;
view. Price $1000, one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.
ON    SIXTH    STREET,    CLEARED���
Above Eighth    avenue.    Only $750,
good terms.
MODERN COTTAGE, $250 HANDLES
Beautiful five roomed modern cottage in fine locality. $250 cash and
the  balance    as  rent.    Instead    cf
,   paying  rent,   pny   monthly  on   thla
house.    Act quickly while you can  centum of
secure this place.
"REAL   ESTATE  AMT>
FIHE JM-SUHAMCE
4 VEH CEMT. IMTE-X-
EST OM HETOSITS.
SVBJECT TO CHEQUE
CKE-DITE-D MOMTHL$>
317-321 Cambie St.
Vancouver, B.C.
A   GOOD   SPECULATION���Overlooking  the  Fraser  river,  six  one-acre
hlocks: all cleared and near the car necessarily be accepted and
line.    Price  for Immediate sale    is
$1250   per   acre;   one-i|uarter    cash
nn* the balance in six, twelve and
eighteen months.
j ���	
SNAP     IN     PRETTY     HOME���Five
i . .roomed house; bath, electric light,
etc., on four full sized lots ln
Burnaby, near the Sixth Btreet car
line. Price only $3500; terms to
arrange.
IN THE MATTER of the estate of
JAMES CAMPBELL MURPHY, deceased.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to one o'clock lu
the afternoon on the lst day of
August, 1911, for the purchase of the
south half of the southeast quarter or
section five (5), township eight (8),
in the district of New Westminster
and province of British Columbia,
containing eighty (80) acres more or
lesB. *
This land is well situated near
Cloverdale, in the Municipality of
Surrey. About ten (10) acres are
cleared and stumped and about ten
(10) acres more partly cleared. There
is u small house on the property.
All  tenders  must    be accompanied
by a marked cheque for five 15) per
the    purchase    price.    If
i tender is not accepted cheque will be
j returned.
I Tenderers will name the amount of
I cash which they are prepared to p-iy
and also the terms which they will
expect for payment of the balance.
The highest or any tender will not
all tenders shall be subject to the approval
of the Judge.
. For/further t particulars apply to
Messrs. Wade," Whealler, McQuarrie
& Martin, rooms 7 and 8 Guichon
block. New Westminster, B. CY. or
rooms 20 and 21 Williams building,
Vancouver. B. C.
Dated this fifteenth    day   of July,
1911.  ���
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar.
Supreme Court.
Court House, New Westminster, B.C.
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.
THE ROYAL UNE
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND
Shortest Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL GEORGE  JULY 26
ROYAL EDWARD  AUG. 9
ROYAL GEORGE   AUG. 23
ROYAL EDWARD , SEPT. 6
Rates of
Passage:
lst Class,  $90.00  and
2nd Class, $51.25 and
3rd  Class,  Bristol
upwards
upwards
or London, $31.26
Further Information from Ed Goulet, C. P, R. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
r
IIBERAI CONVENTION
A    DESIRABLE
Sixth    avenue,
nearly cleared.
BURNABY    BUY���
Burnaby,    two lots |
for $1050;  one-third |
A convention representing the Liberals of British Columbia will be held
I in the city of Vancouver commencing
cash,     balance     six    and     twelve I Aug. 30, 1911.
months. Each provincial   consthuency Is en
titled to send ten delegates for each
member   which   such  constituency  11
entitled to elect to the legislature.
C. J.  MclNTOSH,
Secretary.
ThePeoole'sT'iistCo.Uii.
'431  Columbia Street.    Teleohone 669.
JOHN OLIVER,
President.
COAL
New
Wellington
J08EPH MAYERS
Phone 106.     P. O. Box 346.
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
ror Up-to-date
RIINTIING
P
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
I
I TUESDAY, JULY 25, Wit,
SPORTS
��� THE DAILY NEWS.
���
BASEBALL.
RUMORS OF INTERVENTION
BY POWER8 IN ALBANIA
Vienna, July 24.���That European Intervention ls being considered ln Al-
| bania Is certain.    Whether the Inter-
* i change  of notes now going on   be-
Port-
��� j tween the chancelleries will result ln
* early  action   time  alone   will   show.
' ��� . Probably  the request of  Montenegro
I tbat a conference of the powers
j should be called to bring peace to
] European Turkey will be granted.
Turkey seems utterly unable to In-
j duce the Albanian rebels to lay down
��� their arms.
 |      Details of the negotiations ln Pod-
������ j gorltza have reached Vienna from Sa-
REGINA8 CHALLENGED | lonlka.  The  Ottoman ambassador  ln
BY NONDESCRIPTS Cettlnje, Sadreddine Bey, Invited bIx-
. I ty  loaders  of the   varioue   Albanian
This evening at half pust    six    at   tr,bes lo vlsit hlm ou hlB al rlvul ln
Queens  i.ark  us  the result    of    a   p��d*orlti!a.    He then made u concll-
challenge   thrown   out   by   the   Stew  lft,0,y   BP��ech.   mentioning  the   prln-
Bums, an aggregation   of   nifty   but  clpal P��'nts ln the proclamation. i
non-attached players, the Heginas win I
Northwestern League.
Monday, July  24.
At Portion!���Vancouver   10,
land 5.
At Spokane���Spokane 3, Tacoma
At Victoria���Seattle 5, Victoria 2
face tliem In lacrosse b0tle array
and the outcome of the contest is
being eugerly awaited In sporting
circles in the city. The "Plccldllly
Kid," who has been mutually agreed
upon as referee, has been advised at
the point of a gun not to hand any ��� K.        .,
brass checks out unless a player has |._��� __
been permanently crippled. Those
who will don the sweaters for the respective teams wlll be as under:
Reginas���W. Keary, goal; E. Cotton, point; T. Fenton, cover point;
Swcnclskl, N. Fletcher and E. Eastman, defence; Sinclair, centre; h.
Johnston, Ed. Salte, and T. McKenzie, home; Jack Dow, outside home,
and Charlie Johns, inside home.
Slew Bums���Art Anderberg (captain), goal; Buck Marshall, point
Jock Bruce, cover point; Scott Qrant,
Roy Stewart and Arcco Benneditt,
defence; Joe De-Gib, centre; Bob McCormack, Ed Fitzgerald and Fraser,
home; Charles Coldicutt, outside;
Joe Motile, Inside.
The leaders ot tbe Albanian tribes
listened to the ambassador's utterances with the greatest attention,
and then requested blm to give them
a written statement that they could
use as a basis for negotiations with
their tribes.
It Is stated that tbe leaders of the
Kastatl and Kul Chotl
tribes refused to accept the conditions offered by the Turkish government, and signified their resolve to
continue the combat until the program ot reform was made known In
all its details, and guarantees were
glyen that it should be carried
tbrough in its entirety. The leaderu
of these tribes said that they had
no longer the same confidence In
promises madenby tbe Ottoman government.
TWO SWIM ACROSS       ���_
THE GOLDEN GATE I
San Francisco, July 24.���Walter
Pomeroy, of San Francisco, swam
acrosB   tbe   Golden   Gate    yesterday
SALMON BELLIES | from Fort Point to L|me p0lnl% a dls
PRACTICING FOR SATURDAY   tance   of  one   mile,  In   24    minutes
  36   4-5  seconds.      Pomeroy's   perfor-
The Salmon Bellies had a stiff work I mance is the flrst In twenty years, Ed-
out yesterday evening under the! ward Cavlll having swam between
critical eye of Mana -r 0. A. Welsh the same points In 1891 In ninety mln-
at Queons park. Although they had utes. Pomeroy represented the Olym-
'not heen out for practically a week | pic Athletic club of which be is a
all worked hard and fast and saowe.lj member. He wu paced by a small
that the rest had done them much dory, manned by Olympic club oars-
good. Light practice will be taken j men. George Bond also swam across
this evening, while tomorrow and the Golden Gate today, finishing in
Thursday full dress rehearsals will bn! 28 minutes and 24 seconds,
staged, and the team put through fast j ��� ��� ��� ���
plays.    So  well  did  tbe  twelve  per-!
form on the oocaslon of the last
match that lt is not at all likely that
any changes will be made on the lineup for Saturday at Vancouver.
ENTRY LIST READY
FOR A. A.
U.
Astoria, Or., July 24���Entry blanks
"are out for the Pacific coast track
and field championships of the Ama-i
teur Athletic Union of the United!
States, to be decided at the Astoria!
centennial, Astoria, Or., Friday, August 25 next. The events are to bej
run under the auspices of the Astoria
Amateur Athletic association. The!
prizes are gold medals for firsts, sil-
ver medals to seconds and bronze!
medals for thirds in each event. A!
handsome silk banner is to be award-)
ed the team scoring the highest num-.
ber of points, counting flve for firsts, i
three for seconds, and one for thirds. I
A silver trophy will be given the In-!
dividual competitor scoring the most!
point! and a silver trophy will bei
awarded the team winning the open j
relay race. j
Entries  for  the   100-yard  run,   2201
dash, 440-yard run, 880-yard run, 120-!
yard   hurdle,   one-mile   run,   five-mile
run,  pole  vault  for height,  running!
broad    jump,   running     high    Jump,!
throwing   58-pound   hammer,  putting
lfi-pound    shot,    throwing    16-pound
hammer,   throwing   the  Jevelln,   and
the 220-yard hurdle (ten hurdles two
feet  six Inches high), and the relay
race,   close   August   21   with    V.   D.
'Guilliume, secretary of the A. A. A. A.
Astoria, Or.    The fee is $1  In each
event and no entry will be   accepted
without the fee.
The railroads have granted a special rate of a fare and a third for the
round trip from all points In the
UnlteS States and from points ln Oregon, Washington and California a
round trip for one-way fare has been
granted hy the railroads. At
times special trains will be run
126 or more passengers, the
trip based on a one-way fare.
Welcome  Catholic  Bishop.
New York, July 24.���Officers of the
Ancient   Order  of   Hibernians   paid
honor  yesterday   to  the   Right    Rev.
I John    P.    Carroll,   Roman    Catboli.-
I bishop,   of   Helena,    Mont.,    national
GAMES ' chaplain    of   the    order,   by    comin,;
I from points as far away as Worcester
Mass., and Washington, D. C. to greet ���/
him upon his arrival from Kurope.
"AI It HEBE SmCE 1*0?
Wsi
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all
for
round
Opinion   on   Reciprocity.
London. July 24.���The Daily News,
commenting on the passing of  Reciprocity  Saturday, says;    "When reciprocity  comes  into operation, it  will
be the beginning of far-reaching consequences, not only for Canada and
the United States, but for the mother
country, for it will be the death hlow
to  Imperial  preference and  tariff  reform."   The Times Says:    "Though it
seems to he optimistically assumed at
Washington that Sir Wilfrid Laurier
will he able to fulfil his part of the
bargain,  the  fate of the   reciprocity
���measure in the Canadian   parliament
at present is a mere matter of speculation.    R. h. Borden ln his western
tour has evidently made very favorable  impressions  even  in  the   headquarters of the reciprocity movement,
and the grain growers, though strongly  opposed  to hts views  have   been
constrained  to respect  him."
Rumors cf War.
London, July 24��� All England Is
excited today over the Moroccan situation, and there were wild rumors
that Germany and France had actually r'erbirotl war. Another rumor says
that a German fleet has been seen off
thc eastern British coast, while still
another report Is that the kaiser Is
exrected to sever diplomatic relations with England. Despite these
nlnVmist reports, the government announced today that it entertained no
apprehension of war.
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Body Found in Glacier.
Geneva, Switzerland, July 24.���Tbe
body of Homer DIman, the eighteen-
year-old youth of Arlington, Mass.,
who was lost on tbe Dent du Midi,
iu the Alps, on July 5, was found today imbed led ln tbe ice Jn a crevasso
of a glacier on the side of tbe Dent du
Midi. It waa brought to Silvan,
where the young man bad been living wltb bis mother.
Disease in Blue Pike.
Buffalo, N. V., July 24.���Illue pike,
which form a large part of the catch
in Lake Erie, are threatened with extinction. A mysterious plague, which
baffles experts on fish, is killing thousands of them and dead fish are being washed ashore In great numbers.
11. C. Crossley, special lake warden
for Lake Erie, Is making an investigation. He found that the small fish
are not affected. The un>3ually low
temperature of the water Is believed
to be one of the causes.
8ENIOR  AMATEUR  LEAGUE
Schedule of Games.
July 29���New Westminster at Vancouver.
August 6���Vancouver at Victoria.
August    12���Vancouver    at    New
Westminster.
August 19���New Westminster at
Victoria.
September 2 or 4���Victoria at New
Westminster.
Racer Killed.
Le Mans, France, July 24. ��� The
Grand Prix de France, which was run
here yesterday tinier the auspices of
tbe Auto club, of Sarthe, was marred
by a fatal accident. The axle of tbe
machine driven by Maurice FVmrnler,
hero of noted automobile races, collapsed when the car was speeding
more than a mile a minute in an endeavor to overtake the French driver
Hellery. Fournier was crushed to
death beneath the car and his
mechanician was hurled a hundred
feet into a field and seriously injured.
Destroys All Mementoes.
Toronto, July 24.���A flre In the
Copeland-Chatterson building at 75
and 77 Queen street west, bas wiped
out the handsome club rooms of tbe
Grenadiers' Sergeants' Mess<- causing
a money loss to the mess of $5000
and destroyed prize possessions
whicb can never be replaced, including photographs and pictures of officers, many since dead, a group
painting 10x8 feet of the regiment in
'1892, valuable shooting and other
trophies won by the regiment, and a
flne collection of old rifles and Indian relics brought by the Northwest
after the rebellion of 1885.
Plague In  India.
London,  Eng.,  July  24.���According
to figures received in this city deaths
from   plague  in  India  bave  reached I
the enormous total of 650,690 for the I
half-year   ended  June   30.    The  dls- I
ease has taken such bold of the coun- ���
try  that Its ravages are little heard
of except through occasional official
statistics.     The   British  India  office
in its report stated the epidemic was
particularly   virulent   this   year,   and
that  the   most  persistent  efforts   to
stump it out failed to effect any permanent   Improvement  in  the   situation.
WE ACT AS AGENTS FOR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTINGS  SOLICITED.
WE WRITE FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Insurance
IN   STANDARD  COMPANIES.
The Westminster Trust and Stfe Deposit Co.,ltd.
I.J.JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Street
New Westminster
Dies   While   Work   Is   Praised.
Quebec,  July   24.���Father   F.  Les-1
sard, Cure of St. Ambrose, was taken (
suddenly ill this morning In the new j
church, while Bishop Roy was euloglz-.
ing his work ln connection with the
building of the handsome new parish'
church,    which    was    mainly    built
through  the  efforts  of  Father   Les-
sard.    He died shortly afterwards.
Stand Collapses.
Newark, Ohio, July 24.���Twenty-
flve persons were Injured, sis seriously, here yesterday when tbe grand-
'stand at Newark baseball park collapsed during a game between the
Newark and Wheeling clubs ��� of tbe
Central Leagues, carrying 250 persons with lt. Many women and children were in tbe stand at the time.
Empress of India Released.
Victoria, July 25.���The Empreas of
India, quarantined here from   Yokohama, was released at two    o'clock
j thia  morning.    Thlrty-tfiMfc    passen,
' gers and halt   of   the   crew   were
vaccinated.
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on tbe Fraser River It if a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on tba
Fast Speed Launch "Vite"
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C. Phooee L117, R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,  ENGINEER IN CHARGE.   Phona 623.
FOR SALE, 7-Roomed Howe on Fifth St
Ne^r 3rd Ave; 2 large bedroom* upstairs, 5 rooms
downstairs, good bath, pantry, clothes closets; size
of lot 60 x 140; $5000; $2000 dash, balance arranged.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone Mfc t Room .18, Collister Sleek.
NADRU-CO
DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
PWW
.  '
Gold Rings
While we carry a complete stock of everything In the watch and
Jewelry Une, our specialty Is a
Solid gold, stone sot finger ring*
Prices of rings ranging 75c and ts* te KOCOtt
Inapactor tTotr C.S*M*
Men's $1.00 to $15.00
Suits
t
M
V
I
VOTE COUPON
-    Good for Face Value in tha
FOR
$7.50
It matters not what
measurement you may
be we can fit you, for
we have a full assortment of sizes in them.
Some of these suits are
made from the best
tweeds obtainable and
will give elegant wear.
Remember
the price
DAILY   NEWS $3,000.00   I ���'   Coupon Count.
I  10 VOTES
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST   1 cJ5-a july 31,1911
___      .
FOR MISS OR MRS!	
Address 	
DISTRICT NO	
Coupons must be In ballot box before expiration date and trimmed
or they will not be counted.
$7.50
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for it is the stuff that tha foundations ot wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   la
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln tbe future.   Money cannot be invested until lt ls first saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.    Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
Boys' Two and
Three-Piece Suits
In very neat and serviceable patterns, just what you want to finish
out the summer with. These Suits
Sold for $4.50 to $7.50; now for $3.45
M. J. Phillips
The Wardt-obe Clothier
671  Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C
i
POR SALE
That beautiful    property,    132x132,
on   Blackwood,   Armstrong  and   Car-
',.: narvon streets with well laid out resi
dence, for $17,000.   One-quarter cash,
. balance one, two and three years at
seven per cent. Note terms and compare Columbia street of today with H^
Columbia street of three years ago.
Before last payment falls due, three
years hence, this property will have
become a valuable business site and
with a frontage on three streets,
must command a high figure per
front foot. "The woods are full" of
men who have become wealthy during the last few years, not so much
because they had a little money aa r.
because they had the foresight and
courage to invest at the right Ume
. .,���. .,. and ln the right ptyice.    Hore la   an
other opportunity���nothing better on
the market.    For further particulars
��K0p. D. BOURKE
'Phone 919 1316 Cariboo Street PAOE EIGHT
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAV, JULY 29, 1911.       J
s**P
I"      We sell
Simond
Hand Saws
Once used
Always used
They hang better, wear
better, run easier and
give better satisfaction
than any other hand saw
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
Aldermen Gray and Johnston, A. II.
Johnston and M. J. Phillips are representing Post No. 4 of the Native Sons
at the Grand Post meeting at Victoria
today. J. Stilwell Clute, of this city,
is grand factor,
leaving B.-K. wharf at 2 o'clock.   ���*
!    Cltv Clerk W. A. Duncan is taking
'hls fortnlghis vacation at Blaine.
IlalrdicsKlrig parlor, etc. Room 5,
Market   Block,  over Hunter's.      *���
The council lias declde.l to make a
Hint of $300 to the Westminster city j
band for concerts in the public parks.      Commencing Sunday,   July 23. the
uanu iui <���"" j gte8mer Transfer will make the trip
John G. Harper, of Los Angeles, to Steveston and return on Sunday
Cal, spent Saturday and Sunday ln afternoons during the fishing season,
Westminster, the guost of Mr. and leaving the B. C. Electric wharf nt
Mrs. James P. Prioe, Third avenue.    ! 3 o'clock. Round trip every Saturday
The Baraca class of the Baptist
church will hold a garden party at the
home of Mrs. Postil, 3iJ Third Ave.
Ibis evening.
The magnificent McLaughlln-BuIck
automobile, to be given away by tbo
Daily News, Is to be seen in the win
dow at T. A. Mulr's drug store. Columbia street. Full particulars on
page six. ������
Louise Jacks, a Dilata Siwash, alleges to tbe police she was cruelly
beaten by Pete Du Lac, an Italian, on
Lulu Island yesterday, and the man
Vill appear today before Magistrate
Whiteside, having been arrested by
Officer Burrows during the day.
-> .
Attention Is drawn to another column, fchere Dow, Fraser & Co., Ltd.,
of Vancouver, announce their readiness td purchase approved agreements
of sale on properties wlicji are not
mortgage:!.
Sale Ends
Saturday]
^^ DEZZSEZSc
igg I
COHt WHILE
THE BARGAINS
LAST
The Public
* Supply Stores
BANG!
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on flre." Why worry; take out a policy In one of the quick settlement
companies which I represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCE
ftwrt Swear
But use our Mosquito Oil to prevent
bites. Burn our Mosquito Powder to
drive fhe pests away.
SAVE THE STOCK
hy using our Cattle
Wash. Cows give more milk If they
don't have to flght flies. Besides its
humane.
We have all kinds   ot   Fly Paper,
Poison Sticky, Colls, etc.
PHOTO  SUPPLIES.
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
Owing to the arrival of the
Worthy Grand Patron of the Eastern
Star Order having been delayed, the
organization meeting of tbe local
chapter, which had been tentatively
fixed for last evening, will not bo
held till Thursday.
It is not probable
be an exhibit from the Westminster
Board of Trade at the Vancouver ��*-
lii hit ion this fall, although the secretary has Invited the board to send
such an exhibit, claiming it would be
very beneficial in advertising the dlatrict, with the large tourist traffic
expected.
Father Bunoz, who is well known
here, and Father Cuccolo will shortly
have completed an Interesting itinerary. They left the railway at Ashcroft and Journeyed Inland by the
Cariboo road and onward to Fort
George, coming from that point to
Hazelton. Thence they come to
Prince Rupert, where they will spend
some time.
The cherry trees from Yokohama
offored by the Hlslng Sun Realty com
pany will be accepted for planting In
Queens park, but the city fathers do
not think'the time apposite tbi- building a Japanese tea house. So far no
steps have been taken to receive
Admiral Togo and General Nogl when
they reach the Pacific coast en route
for Japan.
At a special meeting of the county
court on, Friday in this City, bis honor Judge Howay will preside at the
trial of T. B. Hall, late manager of
the Chilliwack steam laundry, for alleged misappropriation cf moneys belonging to Jh,at firm. Prisoner, who
was brought 'uack fiom Seattle, wa��
tent to this court by Pollce Magistrate McGilliviay from Chilliwack.
Tiall will at the hearing oa Friday
plead not guilty.
Jar priees all
^knocked to pieces
The famous
E. Z. JARS
are selling at
Half Gallon $1.75
Quarts - - $1.25
Pints - - - $1.00
They are selling
very fast at these
extraordinary
prices. Buy now
Booming the Great Sale With
Remarkable Value Giving
Here's a few of our many Bargains that should
make today one of the. greatest days of the
sale. The price reductions on every item are
certainly worth making a trip here today.
Pretty Summer Blouses, Less Than Half Price
Values to $1.50; Sale Price 75c. Each
Women's Tailored and JJfcgcy Ungere Waists in ducks, lawn and Indian Head, pleated, plain tailored
effects and allovers, Sjpme with laundred cults and collars. Rare va.ues such as you cannot well afford to
mlss. . ..������>  ���
I
Children's Dresses Must Go
Our stock of Children's Dresses is somewhat large.
We have gone through the lot and picked out three
prices; values In many cases more than double thc
prices marked. Come along and Judge these values
first  band.
LOT I.���CHILDREN'S DRESSES!
In chambrys, ducks, ginghams, percale; made ln
Mother Hubbard, French and fancy effects; ages
to lit 2 to 8. vears; values reguHir to $1.25. Sale
price, each   65c
LOT 2���LITTLE DRE8SES.
Made of lawns, linens, ginghams, ducks, etc.; all
new styles and neatly trimmed; values to $1.50.
Sale  price, each 95c
LOT. 3.���CHARMING DRESSES.
of muils, muslins, ginghams, chambrys, etc.; In
French styles; all the latest size touches; ages to
flt4 to 12 years; values to $2.50. Sale price,
each  .. ,.. *, $1.50
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:  Res. 72.
New   Westminster.   B   C.
��. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537,
It is probable the Burnaby council
will make an arrangement to supply
the residents of Second avenue with
water through the Westminster city
service, owing to the convenience of
residents having good Coquitlam water. The city has a service, but only
a one-inch pipe on Tenth avenue near
the residences to be supplied-.
Walter Campbell, brother cf Alderman Campbell, who has been engaged
tn organization work for the Brother-
hood of Owls, was a visitor to the
city last evening.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
BOHEMIAN
cm
Is now under new management. Meals
at all hours, night and day.
Merchant's Dinner from 11.30
up to 8 o'clock; 25c.
The cafe, is centrally located, bein?
opposite the C. P. K. station; also B.
C. E. R. station. Electric cars running
to Vancouver, Chilliwack and Steveston leaving opposite the cafe.
Corner of Columbia and Eighth Sts.
OUR LINE OF
Water Wings
AND
Bathing Caps
is complete.   We also
carry a large stock of
Camping Necessities
AT
Mll'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
"An Acceptable Candidate.''
Washington, July 24.���Edward
Hines. of Chicago, caus.-d a sensation today by testifying -before tho
senate Lorimer committee that Representative Henry s. BtWrfell; of Illinois, now American minister to Switzerland, told him thai Piesident Tafl
regarding Lorimer as an acceptable
senatorial candidate, was anxious to
have him elected and'would be very
glad to assist  in his election.
Mr. Joly  Dies.
Quebec. July LM.���The death is an-'
nounced from Point Platoon, Lotbin-
iere county, of E. tl. Joly de Lotbl-
niere', which occurred somewhat suddenly on Saturday week. Mr. Joly
having been ill but a short time. He
was a son of the late Sir .Henri Joly
de Lotbiniere, and was a well-known
man, liaving been connected with
many lines of activity. -Me always
took a deep inteiest in forest preservation, and was a prominent member of the Forestry association. He
waajiresident of the Fish and Gama
club of this city, and also a member
of the North American Flsh and
Game association, /lis funeral wi.l
take place in Quebec on Tuesdav.
10-ACRE
!���������������������������������***************....
**********
Lime Juice,
25c. a bottle
RYALL'S
SHERBET
35c. a can
AT
Eight Persons Injured.
' Gary, ind.. July LM.���Eight persons
were injured and many lives were
imperiled today by an explosion
Which wrecked a tnree-story building occupied as a restaurant, and
shook the entire business section oi
Gary. The police belie*- kV>- <������
sion was caused by a leaking ga^
pipe in the basement, bui,-occupants
of the building expi ess MeV opinion
thai tlie building was' decked by a
bomb. . _.     _ .
We have just placed on the market a few choice blocks of partly
Improved and  fully  Improved  land.
Very  Suitable for  Market
Gardening and Fruit
Growing
The land has been well farmed for
years and is in first class shape for
producing profitable crops. Some
blocks have buildings and bearing
orchards, also small fruits.
Special Terms���One quarter cash
balance spread over two and a half
years.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
iimimwmiii i���iii will umi ii ii   rii miii i
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter until 11 p.m. Sunday leave's at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connec-
ins at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to IU p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Chilliwack and way
points at 9 a.m., ,1:05, 4:05 ancl
8:10 p.m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Beautiful Wash Goods
Yorf will certainly couht yourself lucky lf only you
procure a length of these Bwell fabrics, and at
such a saving.   Prices below half In many cases.
Foulards, Pongees, Batistes, Repps, etc., In a grand
array of shades and colorings; values to 45c. Sal?
price, per yard   20c
WHITE   FABRICS  GREATLY   REDUCED.-
Stripe and crosa bar muslins, polka dot and fegured
vestings and Pongee; values to 45c. Sale price,
per yard 20c
Navy and black, white figured muslins and foulardB,
also striped re >l> and fancy white vestings; values
regular 25c.    Sale price, per yard    121/ic
MARCELLA BED SPREADS���20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
The regular values of these spreads are unequalled.
To finish up t'ie sale we put these on saie at a saving of 20 per cent. You would profit by seeln-,
these values   and buying now.
Mosquito Oil
25c. a bottle
j Ryall's Drug Store
J EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
J   'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
* CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and i
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.
Five Days' Cruise
On the Inland Seas of British Columbia for
$44.00, including Meals ahd Berth.
,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 Ki,f
eolith and tbe Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunu
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 O. Smith, G. P. &
L, V. Uru.e, Commercial
100
T. a Phono Seymour
Agent (Freight)   Phone Seymour 3000
GENERAL   AGENCY   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
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