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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.'.\, 8ATL' "A'    MORNINO   JT'LY    *, 1911.
77ie   Double   Vote   Offer   Closes   This   Emiring  at  Nine
GAME ASSURED
RUMORS THAT CON JONES' HIRED
MEN WILL NOT PLAY DENIED
FROM TERMINAL CITY���POSSIBLE CHANGE IN LOCAL TEAM.
aviator mars meets      rainier MURDER IS    {LIBERALS ADOPT
TRACED TO MADMAN   SPLENDID CANDIDATE
EOR THIS AETERNOON1      m nmm m
Exactly Two Yeara After Visit to City
Aeronaut In Fall Has Every
Bone Broken.
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH
BUILDS MANSE FOR PASTOR
Erie, Penn., July 15.���J. C.  Mars,
the famous aviator, who has   Just re-
  turned from Japan,   where   he   had
! been  giving a series    of successful
Despite the fact that rumors were  flights  near  Tokyo,  is  lying  within
afloat in Vancouver last night at a  an ace ot death as the result of   a
TERRIBLE       DOUBLE      TRAGEDY   PIONEER AND EX MAYOR OF WIN
1
DURING COVER OF DARKNES8
I
LEAD8 TO PURSUIT OF INSA1 E I
SECTION   HAND���NOW  IN JAIL.'
NIPEG   TO   CARRY   STANDARD
IN     PRAIRIE    CAPITAI D.    C.
CAMERON   NEXT  GOVERNOR.
Another    Presbyterian    Congregation
Falls Into Line���Members Will
Subscribe Half of Cost.
Tacoma, July 15��� After a thoroughly organized search since he commit-
Winnipeg,     July     15.���The     flrst
nominating   convention   ln Manitoba'
DROWNING EATALITY
NEAR CHILLIWACK
UNFORTUNATE END TO BATHING
INCIDENT���MAN OUT WITH
COMPANION L08ES FOOTING IN
DEEP WATER AND 8INKS.
late hour that   the   lacrosse   match daring ascent yesterday afternoon ln  ted the diabolical double murder last took place yesterday for    the   next
scheduled    for    this    afternoon    at  this city under the auspices      *
Queens park would  not take place,   local newspaper,
owing to the refusal of tbe Terminal      The  medical   men  ln    attendance
City management to go on tbe field IV   hold out no   possible   hope for   the  raised from Rainier and surrounding  George H. Bradbury, was nominated.
''""' "" '""" " '"'    " The Liberals will    run    James H.
St. Stephens Presbyterian church
is falling into line with other congregations ln the city, and a manse
is under construction for the minister.
The site, on Seventh street above of John T. Begbie, of Corbould street.
A gloom has been cast over Chilliwack by the sad death from drowning
of    a   Tuesday,  Swan Peterson    was    last   Dom.nioVelection; 'it was the Con- the church premises, cost $1500, and  JE*"*^ **��* *J�� *" *Z��*
evening arrested and lodged in Plerc* Bervatlve convention for Selkirk rid- the  church  committee    Is  spending ^ 'mMnv of a comnanlon HerLS
county Jail, and suspense has    been  ing, at which the    sitting    member, $3500 cn the building, which Rev. M.   P.terson   for  a  din  in  th��  ���h��il����
ruled    frnm    Knlnlor   ind   mirrminHllw    r* tt     n..ji  ���.:���.,.mA T   ... i r��er��un,    IOr    a    Qip    in    me    SQdllOW
G.  Melvln wlll occupy ln due time.
In the past the pastors of this con-
Winnipeg, one of the foremost men  gregatlon  have  rented  their  homes,
in the middle west, for Winnipeg, as  but the manse system nas many aa-
the  officially  appointed  referees  de-  blrdman, practically every    bone    ls   district,
elded to persist with their Intention his body having been   broken,   and      Peterson, who in his sane moments' Ashdown, pioneer, and ex-mayor   of
of acting, messages from Vancouver  with concussion of the brain the last  had been employed as a section hand
at an early hour this morning denied  flight of the American has been made,  on various railroad gangs, had spent
this story. I    Thousands were present when Mars   much of his life In mental asylums,   the    last   Liberal    candidate,    D. C
That there is a great amount of with his assistants brought his bl-
feeling between the two teams at Plane to the starting point, and after
this time almost goes without 857- a few preliminaries, he left mother
ing, and a hard and fast encounter earth and made a magnificent flight
may be expected
Owing
spective .	
mutually to agree upon the   referee ed almost from sight, and suddenly  wife whom he killed ln cold blood, metropolis in the eighties, and'after-  ���. _ ..... Anrccxrr,
and Judge of play, the matter had to  turning his machine he swept back at  From fragmentary evidence given at  wards of the Greenway    admlnistra- OLD MAN      ^na  pai
be   personally   settled   by  the   presi-  a terrific pace, and stopped his white  the inquest on the murdered couple,  tion.   Mr. Cameron is a wealthy lum
dent  of  the  British    Columbia    La-   winged   bird  almost at  the  s>ot  he  it appears  that  Peterson  had  never  berman in the Kenora district.
known them, and that he, while In a
demented  state of  mind, slew  them
being discharged as cured from time  Cameron, who was beaten by    Alex,
to time.
Last
against  some neighbors, he mistook nor of Manitoba, when he retires   In
waters of the Semiault river, and
both men were having a Jolly time
from the relief of the almost stifling
humidity.
They    became    separated    for    a
brief moment, when Paterson's at en-
vantages over the old plan.
Three of the Presbyterian churches J",*0'~* was���aUracted"by"the""crlM for
J Haggart, K.C, in 1908, ls to succeed  in the city have now their own resi- _ ,    -        h,    pom   ',���_   whn sh",
Monday,  harboring a grudge  sir Daniel McMillan, lieutenant gover-  dence for the settled pastors.   Of the       ?rf     t .   "  ,"' ^"" " J Jjj��r ��*!
some neighbors, he mistook nor of Manitoba, when he retires   in  cost the congregation will subscribe theiT  Ct    hls    f���tin*     p1������
xpected. circling the grounds many times, and   the house of his supposed    enemies  September. Sir Daniel has held office  one-half,   and   raise   the   other   on hp,���Tpftl "%__J^L, �����""!'     uf��� "^
to the  inability  of the re-  proving that as an accomplished avia- and entered the wrong residence, that'-- Winnipeg since 1900, hsvlng him- mortgage. , ..,^. , rade   but  wm  to��^H  t�� ���t������       ���
managers    of    the    teams  tor he was without a peer.   He dash- occupied by Archie    Coble    and hia   self  been  member  for    the    prairie   | ��t assistance -
crosse  association,  Nels  Nelson.        . arose from, and stepped out to    re-
The local officials gave It out that celve    the    congratulations    of    the
they would not stand for the   pres- Promoters of the meeting.   With hU  in mistake for the couple on whom
ence of Matt Barr   as   one 'of   the younejyid handsome wife he left the
referees, while Vancouver stated that grounds for a meal, and after an ab-
the nomination of Thomas K. Cusses sence of an hour returned to carry
would not be .acceptable to them, and out a second flight
Introduce  Strike-Breakers.
Toronto,   July   14.���The   locked-out
to    wreck    his  carpet weavers declare that fourteen
get assistance.
i    Willing helpers were at hand, but
POR ROBBING BLIND  It was not until some time later that
the body of the unfortunate man was
San Francisco, July 11.���John Rls- recovered.      All    artificial    attempt*
teen, 70 years old. and, according to at resuscitation   were   adopted,   but.
in�� statement, once a member 01 the   these  proved   to  be  unavailing,  and
Massachusetts  state legislature, was the corpse was removed to an under
lie    had     intended     lu     wiecK     nis   carpel weavers ueciare mai iouneen  ~,~~",���::~   ~77,,~   --*���-_---���-��������� tnWr,��� _ar,,���. .��� thr. ,  ,    ,.
vengeance. | Scottish weavers have been brought <*ught   �� *e   b'"9   <*   S��nh Matf corontr noUfled    Th* Z���� �����    ***
The man will be brought up   for out to Toronto under misrepresents county today and returned here   in kroner notified    The dead man, who-
trial, but that he will never be   sent-  tlon. but that only half that number the custody of the postal inspectors. Was ��Jpgktar /by trade, had been.
n.u ..ul uc.piucpiauie iu iiiein. aim   -    .,    ���������: *������***-- ...-*., *,*.. umi, uc win never ue    sem-   non,  dui mai omy  nair mai numoer     : . ��� ~���  "J, *    . n���t frnm  hi.  r.o.,.��� u������.i     a  .     IZ.
deadlock ensued.    The    president,      His casual  manner  of    inspecting  enced to death is certain, as he    is continued to work when they .became on the charSe ot roDbing a couple ��"   oast four vLr��   In/ ���
bliM beesrars. Past four years, and was a pdpular
The beggars were Ospar Morse and  member of the community, and   the-
who was guided by the constitution the machine seemed to show that he clearly not responsible for his actions, aware of the local   situation.      The
"ot  the  association,    telegraphed    to   nad  the greatest confidence in    the When questioned by officials of   the carpet weavers, who asked for recog- .   -���---<���-- .---���... Verv life nf ����t!.i,,    ....
various    reputed    ex-players    asking, working parts, and after  kissing his Jail  he maintained  a stolid  indiffer- nition of their  union,  were "locked his wite- and \\ wa8u Risteen s   em-  very life of certain circles,
them to officiate, but   negative   an-* wlfe   he 8hot   high in the air,   being ence, and the medical men who have out" some three months ago and ap- Payment to   take   them   hack   and -        -
swers were recaLved that none of the  cheered to the echo by the a*;enibled examined Peterson say that his mind parentlv intend to stick to their guns Ionh  lrom lhelr home t0 tUelr cor"
multitude, 'acknowledging   the  re<t:i-  is a blank, and is likely to remain so.  for any. length of time.    When they  ners downtown
men named would act.
As a last resource \\'~. E. Ditchburn tion by touching his cap.    With her
and CuBack, who    were    chosen    for  nose  Pointed  skyward,  the    machine  TWO STEEL PLANTS
discovered that Old Countrymen were
being  imported  to  fill   their   places,
The specific offense is the opening
of a registered letter containing $25
FEARFUL END FOR EMPLOYEES
OF   REFRIGERATOR   COMPANV
New Orleans, July J3.���Two   men..
NOT ONE IN VICINITY, they placed the matter in the hands fent *�� the tb��nd C0UPle  bj' relatlVe9 John Corwin and Fred Beeker,
"  In      nnatofn     arotal
of j. G. O'Donoghue, and prosecution ln eastern states.
The Dally News is asked to disas. has already begun.
Sex Segregation.
Toronto, July  13.���Sex  segregation
"THE    TOYMAKER."
the previous engagement between the ascended until  she had  reached    an
clubs,  were reached in    the    Capital altitude    of  several    thousand    feet.
City, and the wires flashed back the After    the    completion    of    several
Information that they would act, and circling     movements,    Mars    dipped  soclate the proposed plant of tlie B.
to expect them early this morning. about two hundred    feet    and    then  C.   Steel   corporation  at  Port   Mann
While  this relieved  the  local  ten- righted her.    Again he dived, but at   with that of the Western  Steel cor-      .	
slon, many averred that Con Jones, this precise moment it was seen that  poration at Steel City, as the two dis- ln the city schools was approved by   ......     ,���., .������,������     ,,   ,,,-,   ,..,, ..,.   .....,..,   .,    ,...
of   the   Vancouver   team,   would  not something  was radically  wrong.  Tn��  tinct  proposals are    confused    ln    ,i  the  Board  of  Education   last   night,   ��������������� theatre   Ferris Hartman accom-  Armour plant, and had been called t->
bring his players over,   as   he   had ltM.��L}le. lp.l ��? _'_a?d: .he.a.vi^" Xa?5_ouver PaPer> the director! of the Dr. Conboy's resolution being passed  panied by one of the   largest   com- assist Beeker. chief engineer of the-
'            ��-.. = - 1        ...      .--.* * *-     jn     t|le     am_
explosion of
^UoiTbourVeTr^gemenrMr ��l��l*�� run  from  stem to stem, aad  lands, which are located "a-.hon "dU- VvadTs' ^""princip".^ V'saw" ����3; �����d ��%$_? _ ^od* V���  "^he ^^STjimmS^tor^
Nelson telegraphed Jones when word ��*f �� wounded bird shot on the wing,  tance  below  Westminster  on the G.  be authorized to make such segrega- ^Snt-^^ta  in  C  ToUk<  the men w��eVanned Vntid.wX
��....�� ��.����_ mmi..mA t IH...J.   .*.-. tsnA amidst a silence  which could  ba   k   B    nn<l   with  rtonr,  �����<,<...-  trr.���ir,���r,   ���������.   1* .k��� Am 1.  _j..i._l.i_ ���_  Z vweniy   weens   in     ��uo..��v"���T ���     _ .. i��w��w  **i*>****,  "mur
roasted to death in the refrigeratar-
of .the. National Packing company's
plant here yesterday afternoon, and
a third man, John Wall, is b6lieved to
Direct from his tremendous triumph be dying,
with  "The Campus" at his  Los An-      Corwin  was chief engineer of the-
given It out that Cusack's name was tor was in a moment on his feet tug- latter company appearing as direc- providing'"That in schools having a {����� L traveling will appear here at National, to find-a leak in the
not acceptable to his club, but in Blng at apparently a wire which had tors of the foriaer. The confusion ls ��mBiclent number ot pupils to permit ?��. rL��* -_m_* ��n Wadneadav This monia nines It was the exolosic
order that there might be no mlscon- become entangled behind Tils seat. A likely to hurt investment in Steel City of segregation of ��exeB in the higher ^^omedC "aSffi a Summer ^ of the lai4 tSat caW^d the
eeption about the arrangement, Mr. n��Ker run from stem to stern, aad lands, which are located a short dis- grades the principals of said schools ������ ^Xl a ^triod ol Zt The explosion lammed tto ton
Nelson telegraphed Jones when word  ��*f �� wouaded bird shot on the wing,  tance  below  Westminster  on the G.  be authorized to make such segrega- ^Snt-^^ta  in  -?The   ToymS  tl^^CZT^"-
SALMON STILL DELAY
reply had at a late   hour   been   re-
the white winged ship with Mars al-
ceived    from    Vancouver   confirming  most bing over and  still pulling at
the    appointment,    and    this it was  something, dropped to mother earth.
which gave rise to the story that the
match would be cancelled.
The   machine   fell   with   a   sickening
thud, and the planes settled over the
Westminster officials have gone ta  "J'er
considerable    expense   in connection
with the match, and everything is in
A sudden rush was made    to the
wrecked mass, and lifting up a por-
ALTHOUGH DOUBLE VOTE
COMING IP FRASER RIVER!ENDS TODAY THERE IS TIME
one ot his greatest successes.    "The  the sheathing ot wood and   ment*'..
I Toymaker"   Mr.  Hartman  has  made  The  place   was   a  ragging   furnace
so peculiarly his one is a very   ac-  when the door was finally opened.
' ceptable offering at this time, and its \  ;	
apple  pie  order  for  the  clashing of  tion of a broken plane it was noticed
... tl.nt i.liw.,1 limn        I-I...it..        .. ��� . *.. . . .   ll 1   ��� ,   . . nT-nf
the world's champions, and the near
champions today. 1
The local pl*yers rested yesterday,
and reported all fit and ready for the
battle which moans so much to them.
Of the five matches played, Vancouver have won three an^ lost two,
scoring seventeen goals to the Salmon Bellies twelve. There are
five engagements on the list, and fol
lowers of the national sport in this
city are confident that the heroes of
countless battles will come through
with flying colors tills afternoon and
prove that Westminster is a long way
removed from the "has-been" class.
The Westminster line-up will not
be definitely known until the boys go
on the Held. There is a possibility
that Punk Wintemute will be dropped,
and that his position will be taken
by Ernie Murray. It is hinted that
Pat Feeney will be BhtftJBd from the
home, and replace Ciu! Spring at
centre, thus returning to his old position.
that blood was slowly spreading over  Liittle Movement Yet In Sockeye Fish-
the white material lying immediately
over the fatally injured man.    Mrs,
Mars, who had been among the first
to reach the scene of the disaster,
swooned when she saw the extent of
the injuries which her husband had
received, and she was taken from the
yet painful scene. Dr. Bolton felt a
weak pulse beating, and ordered an
improvised  tent to be erected.
It was found upon examination
that the aviator had received fatal river,
wounds, Including severe concussion
of tlie brain, and every bone of tho
body was broken. Later iu the even
ing he was tenderly conveyed to the
city hospital, but there is no hope for
him
ng Makes Price High���Predatory
Varieties Exact Toll.
The salmon continue to come    up
slowly, and it ls not anticipated ther,
will be much of a run for sockeyes
Leaders  Have  Not  Yet   Made  Their
Position Secure���Three Weeks
More to End of Contest.
Will a dark horse win the competi
appeal is irrestible. To the little
ones it is the realization of fairy-book
dreams, and to their elders it is a recurrence to all that bear that their
childhood memories make so dear to
them.   **%*%�����;$?*? �� chants. * ain e to the _ retirements
ENTERPRISING HARDWAREMEN
EXTEND THEIR BUSINESS
The firm    of Anderson    &   Lusby,
wholesale  and  retail  hardware  mer-
1 opportunity
days of their childhood and in imagin-
| ation revivify the essence of their
' vouth.   The story of "The Toymaker"
of the Royal City and the district,
and is proving, as L. B. Lusby advocated when president of the board
of trade,  that  Westminster can  get
Is  so well  known as  to hwdly.re- fa     ghare  * a,  trade    if
quire a description, but it tells of the  ^.^ attenfton {g given  to the bugi.
assorted.
p      Will a dark horse win the competi- ^"t��nfnnp "Frederick" a novice iu  stnct attention is gnen 11
:   tion ?    That is the question which is  f ��* *f ��n��   �� tcTobtalS a legacy  ness, and  large and    well
worrying  the contestants ir  the  big  ^"f'0"8,,^
from  his  uncle  by fulfilling the   re-
���������,-.������ ***** - *. ���^B^s^arta ���ess:txri^js'z
,.������_   ligation of celibacy, he hits upon the
idea  of marrying  a  wonderful   doll,
The fishermen complain that the
traps are taking the best of the flsh.
and this in spite of the fishery pro-
today at nine o'clock.
The    interest      which    has
aroused throughout the city and district in  this competition shows  that
the ladies whose efforts will go far to
teet ion boats which are constantly at  \*dnli them in the list of winners three
work.    There is also    the    allegation   weeks hence have spared 110 effort to
In order to    take    care   of   thefi-
rapidly      increasing    business,    new
premises in the rear of the Northern
Crown     bank    lately    occupied     by
.  1 MeKsrt!   K   I   Fader and Kellington ih
which   an   old   toymaker   "Johannes   Messrs. IJ^l -
Guggenheimer"    had     invente-.l    and   H"uiij     i..m
which  has  a marvelous  property of
being able   to walk, talk, sing   and
dance.    "Frederick" marries the doll
doll
FUGITIVE ACCIDENTLY
SHOT BY OFFICER
Nelson, July 15.���John Susko died
at the Grand Forks hospital last evening from a shot by Constable Qufoj-
11 van. The dead man stole u revolver
and the officer was sent ln pursuit.
Susko fired, uud in covering hlm the ,   ,
constable's  gun   went  off,  the  bullet   been exclte,d.t^ou?h.0,^5ieIman���L!)l'
coming fall fair, and although he did the canneries are paying 35 cents per shown  from  day  to  day, and  while
not fly himself, having just then cTrtty (lsn      Only     eleven   canneries   are some look easy winners, It   is not too
up from Seattle, where he had made operating on the river this year, and late for the others to get in and work  g^ers the world and all ends happily.
forty-seven  flights at the Alaska-Yu- .....       ,  ,....,.,.. .,1 ������,*,.,.   .,11 .*t ,vi,i,.i, ���-iii ...
kon-Pacifle exhibition, he sent an airship which was wrecked on the last
day of the fair In crossing tlie river
at the Westminster bridge.
gives  an   additional   space    of    one
hundred feet, by thirty feet, and this
has been connected with their main
has store by a spacious opening.   Part of
taken  bv  the newly acquired space, facing    001
Johannes" Fr��nt street, has been utilized as On*
morrtort in general offices, and are well lighted
WHtotor for^ceS and airy. The remainder of the space.
luul.iulv     to,"lk<3  hag  been  fitted  out With    shelvlugs..
which the flrm intend to use for stoeto
pon
a real  woman,
his  vocation,  and  with  his  wife  re
PRINCE  PREFERS
POLITICS TO THE ARMY,
the attention of the    mlllmen.   who wnner will have   something   wortn h        revolvlng flrum8 on whiclj are  "*��  on   inem   u���...B   ��
tecogniss tUe USOOm Hv-$ * &*��?��" -f5 & daJn��, T^i? ?��,n,f' erouP*d    *****    ^meters    MOT. Mgj��g gg*   .   vli
cause of grievance.    Across the lino not very long now. It Is true that four  Mother   Goose<  a   practical   airship     A'ways keeping InU.
passing through one eye.
will be held.
An Inquest
C:\use  ot   grievance,     altubs   mc  ****** ���*������*"* ���5 --' ��� 7-    wioinei-    uoouu,   a    practical    ��"������"!' .nidf im��v  customers an  arf-
the superintendent of the Washington or five candidates are away up    in  and otheC hovel and beautiful effects tjftj* WSLSf^,SXS^LS- ���.
Berlin, July 14.���Creat Interest ha3  Btate   fisheries  has   drawn   attention votes, But that they are to share the  ig B triumph of stagecraft.      Walter
,0 a serlouB problem ln salmon hatch- Premier honors is by no means as-, j^ Leon   the author of the wonder-
cries, in the loss of the young fish by sured.      1
f?r imoaimf FPiiFPTira " ' aPPear here next season-  wlu   Play
the  small  salmon  turned    into    the INSANE EPILEPTICS 	
the unusual case of a German prince,
in direct line ot succession   to   the jjass' which wait In great schools for
dltional telephone line has beea   im
stalled, andTMB should prove a boom
, , ..,, ���    , . ,   ..ui to customers.    Extensions have beea
fully successful "Campus.��� which will made ^ the worklng deBk_ whlch
throne,   preferring   a   parliamentary
career to a military one   and   with-  rj".Ter from the hatcheries
Prince Maximilian, of Baden, hold
Favored  Nation  Clause.
Ottawa, July 15.���The Canadian dr��w,'_n_g. ^L"1""?.!1'0?1. tJ?.eJ".m>u
government has been advised by the
colonial office in London that despite the abrogation of the commercial treaty wllich Japan possessed
with Great Britain, and to whic.i
treaty the DIomnion became a party
IN A MAD RIOT
Reports from the northern salmon
waters agree with the Fraser condi
C.allopolis, O., July 14.���Several at-
......      n,     ,n        ������m,,���Mi.���� Is 8ltuate<rin the centre of the main
"Frederick '   while   Miss     M'gglns here               tine
Davles will be seen as the xlolK   The *               ce              ^ con.
music of the "Toymaker   which  s by ��          ,            lrQn      a
Audran, is most charming, and Hart'
the fish holding back late.
a few years ago, Japan continues   to  his   responsibilities  as   president   of
treat  Canadian  products  under    the  ,he  "Pper  house   of  the   Parliament
��� 1 mi.c   nuiuuLu,  *j*   u..��c...   ..��.u    waters   agree   wuu   iue   riooer  wuur       ..-���,    _.,  ---.--��� ���-���  ���    Auoran,  is mosi ciuuiuui*, <**i** ****���*������ .       _,nI.pi,���.1Hf, ohlnnine    elerka"     of-
ing the rank of a major-general and  tlons in reporting an off year,. with  tendants and a number   0    Patients  man ha8 one of hls most   successful P'Pf '^TtSl the    oth*"
were badly Injured ln   a riot   which tonlcai soncs jn ��  "I've Got Plenty." "ce8' Pac��ng rooms ana me    oirns.
broke out In college "I" at the Ohio Sfi"*���; bMlde   those already men- departments.   The space formerly 00
hospital  for  epileptics  today.      Five  uoned fs a large one and th"chorus cuPie<1  for offlce    V***"    <8  nT
insane  patients  started  the  trouble. ��B SiSSrfSS e^erOrganized, -g ^*"*��* *�� & fH
Popular  prizes  will  prevail and   no-
will   be   given
commanding the 2Sth Cavalry Brigade, has retired from the army, according to an announcement n the
official   Karlshruhe  Zeitung,' because
favored nations clause.
������������������������������������������������
of Baden  left hlm no time  for  his
military duties.    So rstsarknble was
WIDOW CONVICTED
OF ROBBING MAILS
Attendant  B.  L.   Kennlsoh,  of   this
county was terribly beaten and bitten  Jlce of the "seat sale"
In several places by mad patients. He hereafter.
is probably fatally  Injured.    Persons
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Provincial Revenue.
Victoria, July 14.���in a review of the progress of B. C.
the acting premier, Hon. Dr.
Young, at the annual meeting
of the board of trade today,
pointed out that while the
foreshadowed revenue for the
fiscal year ending 191|) had
been placed at $7,000,020, the
actual revenue hud reached
110,481.410.
New York, July 11.���Mrs. Mary J
_ .   Wilson,  24  years old and  quite   at
this step iii Germany that the official | tractive In looks,    obtained    a great jn the vicinity came to the aid of tho
version  received scant credence, and j deal of sympathy when she was ar-  hospital   guards  and   the   riot   was
rumors  that  the  prince's  retirement.! ralgned   yesterday   afternoon   in   the quelled, after a half hour uproar,
xvas due to a personal conflict  with  criminal branch of the United States
Emperor William,  the Over-Warlord, circuit court on a charge of robbing
the malls.    She wept when she was
sentenced  to  six months   on  B'i^k-
well's Island
cash carrier system. "Later iu tho
season, and when the heavy rush is*-
over, part of the floor space in  the?*
West  Indian  Line.
! old offices will be fitted    up    as    a/
'sample room for builders' hardware .
Canadian   Shipping. \Vhleh department Messrs.    Anderson
Ottawa, July 111.���Two hundred and  and Lusby have made a big feature oi
ninety-four   new   vessels   were   built their business,
and registered in  Canada  last  year.
were current until formally denied by
the military superior of Prince Maxl-
milan.
Prinoe Maximilian, as president of
Liverpool, July 13.���Tho   Guardian  the estimated of value bein;; $1.0122,- ��������������������������������������� ��� ��� ���
newspaper     understands     that     Sir
Lewis   Vernon    Hartcourt    has   ad-
It developed that the young woman  dressed a despatch to Karl Grey re
735, and the tonnage registering -'.',��� ���
283. The total number of sailing ves- ���
sels on the register books ai tho en'  ���
The   Shade Temperature.
The shade temperature yes-
��� ��������������������������������������������� ed by r    PAOB TWO
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* (THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911.
Wants
WANTED���A MAN TO DRIVE DE-
llvery rig. Apply Queens Meat
Market, Columbia street.
LOST���A FOX TERRIER DOG, FIVE
months old. from 823 Holbrook
street on Tuesday afternoon. Undershot and with a growry on the
throat. Should anyone be found
harboring the dog after this notice
a warrant will be caused to be Issued, by the owner, J. Jackson. 823
Holbrook street, New Westminster,
B. C.
WANTED TO RENT���FIVE OR SIX
roomed house.    Apply Walsh Sash
& Door Co.    Phone 413.
WANTED���A ROUTE BOY FOR ED-
monds district.    Apply Daily News
office.
WE HAVE A CLIENT WHO WANTS
to buy a flve room bungalow, $500,
balance as rent. What have you to
offer 7 Reply to Kellington &
Hendiy, Vancouver bank block.
FOUND.
FOUND���ADRIFT A 21 FOOT BOAT,
double ender with centre board.
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying expences.
Room 4  Hotel Premier.
FOUND���R. C. II. S. PIN. LOSER
call at News office and receive
same.
WANTED TO BUY���A MODERN SIX
or seven roomed cottage on full
sized lot, cleared. State price and
terms to X. Y. Z.. Daily News office.
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
WANTED���YOUNG MAN AGED 26
desires position, expert stenographer and typist, bookkeeper,
first class commercial training; reasonable salary accepted. Address
Box Y. M., News office.
WANTED KNOWN���MILLERS EM-
ployment office, No. 8 Begbie
street, supplies men for all large
Jobs In this vicinity.   Phone 624.
706 Columbia St.
HOUSE on Tenth avenue, Burnabv
side, five rooms, 50x150 foot lot to
lane; perfectly cleared, high, view1
property; building new. $1700,
$500 cash.
SAPPERTON home, short block from
Vancouver and city cars, size of lot
45x120; has six rooms, all brand
new.   $1600, $500 cash.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than ls necessary. You can
toy them cheaper. They make a
tetter roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 860. Box 1003. If yoa
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin
TENTH avenue home' near Second
street, on large piece of ground,
106x132 feet; house has just been
rebuilt    and    is very    comfortable
shape; ground all in crop. $2600,
$1000 cash.
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
706 Columbia St.
FOR SALE���ONE FIVE
six room house with
conveniences. Apply
avenue.
AND   ONE
all   modern
214     Sixth
FOR SALE���FIFTEEN TONS HAV,
cut and in cock, close to the river
landing, at a bargain. W. J. Kerr,
Limited, New Westminster, B. C.
FOR   SALE���600    CHOICE    BU1LD-
ing lots In New Westminster and
Burnaby.    We will   make   special
, terms and  conditions    to    anyone
. wishing to select lots for building
purposes, and arrange for grading
streets, etc.   See   our Westminster
. Heights addition, corner Eighth
avenue and Cumberland, with open
streets, water, electric light service,
���etc. As soon as construction on
tbe new car line begins this property will double in value immediately. The Wright Investment. Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver, 613 Columbia street,
New Westminster.
TO RENT���FOR SUMMER HOLI
days at White Rock, two threi:
roomed tents and oie four roomed
cottage. Apply immediately to
White, Shiles &. Co., real estate
brqkerB, Columbia Btreet. Phone
85.
^CANADIAN PACIfIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Eastern
Excursions
TICKETS ON SALE:
July 4. 5, 6, 19, 20, 26. 27, 28.
August 3, 4, 5, 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.
New Advertisements
CAN YOU BEAT THIS?���Fine, high,
dry, level lots, large too, 85x107.
The terms are the best of this proposition. Price $475 and $425; $50
cash and $10 per month.
SOCIETY
YOU BURNABY PEOPLE���On Fifth
avenue, Burnaby, between Second
and Fourth streets; magnificent
view, size 50x150 to lane. Price
$550 each; one-third down, balance
6, 12 and 18 months.
NEAR CAR LINE���Three fine lots on
Stride avenue, close to Twelfth
street car line; size 66x115. Price
$525 each; one-quarter down, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
DOUBLE CORNER SNAP ��� On
Twelfth street and Seventh avenue,
132 feet square; snap at $4750. One-
fourth down, balance to arrange.
MODERN COTTAGES���Two modern
cottages close to car. Price $2750
and $2800; small cash payments
and balance same as rent. No
excuse for not owning your own
home.
AUTO RIDES���We will take you    to
any of our properties in our autos.
NEAR EDMONDS, on Westminster
road, choice lots, each 66x120;
price from $500 to $900; quarter
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
YOU WILL LIKE THIS���Six room
modern house on Sixth avenue, full
sized lot, woodshed, chicken house,
some young fruit trees. Price
$3375; $1000 cash, balance to ar-
range.
CIHUUH PACIFIC
B, C. Coast Service
PROPERTY WANTED���We have
many buyers for city'and farm property.    Give us your listings.
The People's Trust Co.M-
451 Columbia St.
Phone 669
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
FOK SALE���FIVE ACRE BLOCK ON ���
B. C. tram; excellent soil; $150 per
acre. Terms. Owner, 1301 Nanaimo
etreet, city.
WILL EXCHANGE ACREAGE ON
B. C. tram for good building lot iu
city.   1301 Nanaimo street, city.
fcX)R SALE���THIS IS A SNAP FOR
a few days. A bungalow close to
<:ity mew) on cleared lot. Price
$1350. Terms, $225.00 cash; balance fi, 12, IS months at 7 per cei
Hatt-Cook, 5-7  Front Rtreet.
FOR SALE���SURREY. 27 ACRES OF
splendid land, seven acres all cleared and under cultivation, balance
���easy to clear; close to Port Mann
"townsite, facing Pike road, only
one-quarter mile fiom Yale road.
Price $195 per acre. $1500 cash,
balance to arrange. This is really
a bargain. Apply to Hox S., Dally
News.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOM, 610
Agnes street.
TO     RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS,
.suitable for light housekeeping, Ap
ply Alex. Speck, 711 Front streel.
TO    RENT���NICELY     FURNISHED
���rooms, beautiful   location,   furnace
bsttted;    furniture    all    new;    telephone  in   house.    Apply   '*',*  Agnes
.Htieet.
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
fnrnished for two gentlemen, hath
room and modern conveniences,
Copeland, 51 Hi Eighth stieet.
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Daily, except Tuesday
1:00 p-m   Daily
For Seattle.
10:00 a.m  Daily
11:00 p.m  Dally
For Nanaimo.
2:00 p.m Dally
For Nanaimo, Union, Comox.
2:00 p.m  Tuesdays
9:00 a.m.  ..Thursdays and Saturdays
For Prince Rupert and Alaska.
11 p.m  July 18, 22, 2!>
For Queen Charlotte  Is'ands.
SS. P. Beatrice July 19, Aug. 2, 17
For Hardy Bay and Rivers Inlet.
8:30 a.m   Wednesdays
Upper Fraser River Route.
Leave Westminster 8:00 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday.
Leave   Chilliwack,   7:00   a.m.   Tues
day,   Thursday,   Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W. RROD1E,
G. P. A.. Vancouver
Applications are Invited for the
position of mounted constable at $75
per month. Applicants state s>��.e,
height, weight, present occupation
and experience. None but men with
previous mounted experience need apply. Applications accompanied bv
testimonials to be.sent to the undersigned on or before noon of Mondav,
Julv 17th inst.
WILLI-M GRIFFITHS.
Clerk.
Municipal  Hall, Edmonds,  B.C.
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Veal
TO RENT���ONE SUITE OF HOUSE-
keeping room, furnished or unfurnished; also room for two gentle-
men.    Apply 221 Seventh street.
TO
RENT���SPLENDID       NEWLY
furnished  rooms  in Cliff  block, on
Sixth street, one block from Colum-1
bia street.   Apply the Misses Chap-1
man, room 2, third floor.
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Royal
avenue.
JFO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS,
tor light housekeeping. Apply to A. \
H. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
���OR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia etreet.
LOST.
JLOST���A SORREL HORSE, WHITE
face. Any Information should be
��cntto Royal City Dye Works.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bank-
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.   ::   ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,    B. G
BRANCH
615 Columbia 8treet.
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL S. ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $(1,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Rank has 175 brandies,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also ln
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts Issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities ln the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Opera  House,  Lorne' street.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  and   Park   Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
lfi���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.
2*5���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third  avenue and  Tenth.
32���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.
45���Eighth avenue and Twelfth.
46���Sixth avenue and Tenth.
Miss Macgowan left on Tuesday for
a few days' visit with Mrs. Walter
Drown   (nee  Harvey),  Seattle.
* *    *
Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay, of Chilliwack, were the guests of Mrs. G. D.
Brymner during the week.
.     a     a
Mrs.  Cotton  will  leave   shortly to ^
spend the rest of the summer   with
her son, Mr. Peter Cotton,   Summer-
land.
* *    ���
Mr. J. F. H. Ballock left on Wednesday on a business trip to the Car-j
iboo district.
* ���   ���
Mrs.   Duncan  and   small   daughter
are spending a short time with   her]
mother,    Mrs.    Thornber,   at    White!
Rock..
��� ��    *
Mr. Ironsides, of the Bank of Mon-j
treal, has been moved To the staff at
Victoria.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Sidney Fletcher and the
Misses Fletcher have been the guests
of Mrs. A. P. Grant at Boundarv
Bay. A very delightful evening was
given by Mrs. Grant  on Wednesday. I
��� ���   ���
Mr. and  Mrs. F. J. Coulthard   mo-
! tored to Port Haney on Wednesday
!     Mrs. J. E. Phillips and family aro
pin  camp  for  the  summer  at  Sunny-
side, Burrard Inlet.
��� ���   ���
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Johnston,   of    Van]
couver, were the guests of Mrs. H. R.
Davidson over Sunday.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. W. G. MacQuarrle will entertain this afternoon for her sister,
Miss Macgowan, whose marriage to
Mr. J. A. H. Balloch will take place
next month.
��� ���   ���
Mr.   and   Mrs.   W.   Norman    Bole
spent the week-end at their  summer
home, Belcarra, Burrard inlet.
���   ���
Mr.  Robert  Beatty,  of  Vernon,   is
spending   his  holidays  at  his  home
; ia this eity.
I    Mrs. Sutherland, of Ottawa, ls ex-
1 pected this week, and will spent tbe
rest of the summer with her eon, Mr.
E. N. Sutherland.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. John Mershon and tho Misses
Mershon, who have been the guests
of Mrs. Charleson, returned to their
home at Saginaw, Michigan, on Monday.
��� ���   ���
Miss Boomsterman, of Winnipeg,
is the guest of Mrs. Gaurveau.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, of Vancouver, were the week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. D. Brymner.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. Arthur Mallns left on Tuesday for Victoria. Friends will be
pleased to hear that Mr. Malins who
underwent an operation at the Jubilee hospital last week, is making very
favorable progress towards recovery.
��� ���   ���
Mrs. Alexander Charleson was the
hostess at an enjoyable evening on
Friday last, when she entertained at
cards for her out of town guests.
��   ���   *
Mrs. G. B. Corbould was a tea hostess    on   Saturday,    entertaining    a
number of her friends complimentary j
to   Mrs.   Mershon    and    the    Mfsses
Mershon.      Among the other   guests]
were Mrs. G. E. Corbould, Mrs. Han-;
nington,    Mrs.   Lawford    Richardson,
Mrs.  Charleson,  Mrs.    Castle    Moss,
Mrs.    Cotton.    Mrs.   W.   M.   Russell I
Mrs.   Yuengling,   Mrs.   Charles    Seymour,   Mrs.   C.   B.   McAllister,    Miss
Barnet,  Mrs.   Gracey,    Mrs.    Charles
Doherty,    Miss   Ethel    Homer,    Miss
Corbould   and   Miss   Vera   Corbould
(Winnipeg).
��� ���    ���
Mrs. James Brymner entertained
at tennis on Wednesday afternoon
for her nephew, Mr. Robert Beatty.
Several well contested sets were enjoyed.
a    *    a
Mrs. G. D. Brymner was a hostess
ot an enjoyable luncheon on Thursday, covers being laid for six.
��� ��    ���
Mrs. J. J. Jones gave a very pleasant croquet party on her beautiful
lawn Thursday afternoon for her.
daughter, Mrs. Edmonds, of Kamloops. i
���   ���   ���
Mrs.   R,   Eden  Walker was   a   tea
hostess on two afternoons  this week
complimentary  to  Mrs.  Walker and
Miss   Walker,   of   Toronto,   who   are
her house gnosis.
���
One of \ht* largest (.'anion parties
of the week hail as hostess Mrs.
James Brymner, when she entertained in honor of Mill Barnet, of Renfrew. A golf croquet tournament
was arranged, live sets being played,
and all the games caused much
amusement to both players and spectators. The finals wore played by
Mrs. Yuengling and Mrs. J. S. Clute,
the former winning the dainty prize,
while the second prize was won by
Mrs. (J. A. Allen from Mrs. Charles-
son and Mrs. Gracey. The guests Included Mrs. Gaurveau, Miss Broom-
stormon (Winnipeg). Mrs. C. Balmer
McAllister, Mrs. G. D. Brymner, Mrs.
E. A. Greame, Mrs. Cassady, Mrs.
Oorgs Beatty, Mrs. H. R. Davidson,
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Hannington, Mrs.
L. A. Lewis, Mrs. R. H. Gordon, Mrs.
Ji C. Armstrong, Mrs. H. . I,. Edmonds, Miss Barnet, Miss Armstrong,
Mas Freese, Miss Fraser, Min.-,
Briggs.
Mr. Frank Major entertained a
jolly crowd of young people at his
home on Thursday evening, the natty
heing chaperoned by Mrs. A. C. Eddy.
Miss McBride, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Leamy at Blackie Spit,
returned home on Wedneslay.
Have You
Visited
WHITE
ROCK?
If not, there's
a treat in
store for you
WHITE ROCK IS THE SEASIDE
RESIDENCE AND COUNTRY RESORT OF CITIZENS OF NEW
WESTMINSTER. THE SPLENDID
BATHING FACILITIES COUPLED
WITH THE ABSOLUTE SAFETY
FOR CHILDREN, MAKES IT AN
IDEAL SUMMER HOME.
The splendid railway service makes it possible
for the head of the family to spend his evenings at
White Rock, returning earlyjn the morning to his
business.
GET BUST AND GO CLAM DIGGING AT WHITE ROCK. IF YOU
HAVE NEVER DUG FOR CLAMS
IT WILL KFEI�� YOU BUSY LEARNING HOW.
Pr On the townsite of White Reck, Messrs. White,
Shiles & Co. are prepared to erect tor clients, tents
or houses immediately, on the easiest possible terms
THERE IS NO NEED TO PUT
OFF YOUR TRIP TO THE SEA
SIDE TJLL NEXT YEAR, WHITE,
SHILES & CO. WILL FIX YOU UP
RIGHT AWAY.
DO A BIT OF THINKING ! Secure your
summer home, take the train at the earliest opportunity anb select your lot, before it's too late, before
all the best locations are sold, and before the prices
are again raised.
THE TOWNSITE OF WHITE
ROCK HAS A COMMANDING VIEW
OF SEMIAHMOO BAY, PLENTY OF
PURE WATER, FRESH AIR, AND
NO MOSQUITOS.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
SEE THE TOWNSITE  AGENTS,
White, Sies & Co.
628 and 724 Columbia Street.
Or apply    to    E. H. Sands, White Rock.
p. s��� White, Shiles & Co. operate a store at White Rock at city
prices for the convenience of   residents and campers.
HBI38EC KI ������
*****
m
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THBK
Wanted!
Tenders for clearing and ditching
222 acres of land. Plans can be seen
at Diamond & Corbould's office,
rooms 1 and 2 Lavery block, Columbia
street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Offloe 'PhOue ISS.     Barn   Phone IS/
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   >
any part of tke city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
/ N
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8% to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner  Fourth  Ave.  snd  Second  St.
Wholesale and Retail Bread Merchants. Shipping orders receive care
fui attention.
Phone 435.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       glMOO.000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches througnout Canada rnd
Newfoundland, ana in London, England, New York, Ch'cago and Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Djpertment���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMIN8TER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
I CHURCH
|SERVICES
����������������������������������������������������������������������������
(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this offlce by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church'notice from this column
indicates that no details have been
supplied.)
Sunday, July 16.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Bak.
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at eight o'clock. Rev. Willard
Litch will preach in the morning, and
Rev. Mr. Corey, of Ka/nloops, ln the
evening. Mrs. J. Godfrey will sing
at this service, "Light in Darkness,"
by Cowan.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Class meeting at
10 a.m.; Sunday school and Bible
class at 2:30 p.m.; Epworth League
on Monday at 8 p.m. The pastor will
preach ln the morning, and Rev. C.
W. Brown ln the evening.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Services to be held in old hall adjacent.
Rev. F. 8. Okell, B.A., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Class
meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Evangelist John Douglas, of Vancouver, will preach morning and evening.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D.. pastor Service at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday Bchool at 2:30 p.m. Morning sub:
Ject, "Three Aspects of Salvation."
In the evening the Rev. E. D. Braden
will areach.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath
school and Bible class at 2:30 p.m.
Rev. R. A. Macconell, of Victoria,
will preach morning and evening.      i
ST. AIDAN'S PRESBYTERIAN,
corner Fourteenth street and Seventh
avenue���Rev. R. Wallace Collins, B.A ,'
pastor. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school and Bible class
at 2:30 p.m. Morning subject, "Shall
We Know Each Other ln Heaven"; '
evening subject, "The Backsliding of
John Mark." I
j   MARKET   \\
!   REPORT    !
The haying season affected tho
business at the market yesterday, but
otherwise the attendance was good.
The clerical arrangements were able
to be better carried out than at the
previous market, when the flre had
crippled the staff's accommoJation.
There was naturally a shortage of
meat, butchers being reluctant to kill
when Hesh will not keep. Potatoes
came down in price 50 cents a sack,
while berries, particularly strawberries rose with an increasing demand for tbem both for edible purposes, and for preserving. Hed currants made a flrst appearance for this
season.
Veal formed the feature of the
meat offerings, while pork fell. Flsh
softened, with an increasing supply,
white salmon dropping to 50 cents
each. Poultry fell on slight demands,
as few good birds reached the stalls.
Cut flowers, chiefly roses, formed
an  attractive  feature.
CASTRO HAS MEN AND
FORTUNE BEHIND  HIM
Caracas,     July      13.���Ex-President'
CIpriano   Castro,   of   Venezuela,   has
returned  to the country and has already mustered an army well found- j
ed    reports    say    which    reach    the
capital.      The  news   has  caused   in- i
tense excitement.   The government M
recruiting troops as rapidly as  pos-j
slble, and well Informed men are flrm |
In  the opinion that only  foreign  in-:
tervention   can   prevent   the   success'
of the former dictator.
Castro, according to the best infor-
mation obtainable, is at an inaccess- i
ible point near the Columbian bound-'
ary where he can escape to Colombia j
in   the  event  of  an   unexpected    re-
verse.   This, however, Is not thought
possible  as there are many persons
well informed who boast openly that |
the   present  administration   will    bei
overthrown in two weeks.
Castro,  lt  Is   asserted,  has   been
completely    restored    to    health,    is |
ready for a fight and has almost un-!
limited funds.    It is understood that,
at  one  institution   alone,  tho  Credit
Lyonnaise ln France, he has $7,000.-
000 to his credit.    A  Cuban   banker
named Sllvera Is reported to be backing the revolution.
MILLION  DOLLARS
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Back to Nova Scotia for the fourth
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R1NTING
Wife Died Unattended.
Ottawa, July 13.���Frederick Scharf,
Turner street, makes serious charges
of mismanagement In St. Luke's hospital, when his  wife was sent there
for  confinement.    He says  when the
baby   was    born   neither    doctor   or
nurse   were   ln   attendance,   although
she  told them  she  was  about to be
confined.    He says she died   without
his  having  been  notified.     That  her
condition was serious he was notified
two hours after the death of hls wife,
who  was  very  ill  when she  reached
the hospital.    He found the  bed  dismantled  and  the body  in  the  "dead
house."
Toronto, July 12.���A million dollars for the missionary and educational worl; of the church antl a minimum stipend of $1000 for each minister is the aim of the Presbyterian
General Assembly's committee on estimates and systematic giving. The
million dollars was the smallest
amount that would enable the church
to fulfill her union ln 1912.
Each Bynod will be asked to assume its share of the $1.00.000 and
allocate that amount among the Presbyterian ministers within its bounds.
There are to be no separate campaigns for home or foreign missions
or any other department, but in each
presbytery there wlll be one thorough
campaign \vi:h a view to reaching
every congregation in the interest of
the complete work of the church.
Westminster Opera House
HECTOR  McCAIG, MANAGER.
Wednesday    J Illy   li/
The Biggest and Beat Musical Convey Offering of the Entire- Year
FERRIS HARTMA"'
and his
Superb
Company
IN
HP&J
SATURDAY
SUIT SALE
l
^We have too many Suits
and we are going to sell
them. That's the situation put plainly. They
are the same splendid
suits that we have been
selling for $20.00 and
$22.50, and we offer the
free unrestricted choice
of them for
1 $15.00
Just   Fifteen   Dollars
$15.00
Miuk by Audr.n
A Little Journey to ihe Land of Meke-Bellevo
WITH
WALTER DE LEON
AND
MISS "MUGGINS"  DAVIES
**m.-maa-~��� Tof.th.r with ��� ^^
sq Singing and Dancing Co. of���SO
Prices:   $1.00, 75c. 50c.
Seat sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy.
These Suits will be sold at this price
for one day only. You cannot afford
to miss this great Suit Sale
SATURDAY, JULY 1 5
Reid & McDonald
601 Columbi   Street.
The Store of Satisfaction^
GO TO
Jaclson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of job
C&n Block. Phone 383.
E.  M. CURTIS
Fresh Sanitary Milk
IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES
Delivered to any part of the city.    Bottled on the Mountain Meadow.
Sanitary  Farm,  Huntingdon, B.C.
FRASER VALLEY DAIRY
Phone 490.
628 Clarkson Street.
J. NEWSOME & SONS UN,���DC^R0P���S00D
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimate! Given.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Meet every Monday ln Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson,   business   agent of
F. C. GARDINER.        A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M.%S. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST      BLOCK-
"��" ��� Inc.! Blair, C,Bar store. Office **1"*��*-STMtMlTtKj B.1 ���
B.C. I L 508, Residence phone 601. I
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page rou��
THE DAILY NEW&
8ATURDAY, JULY 15, 1d11.
'!
'I
The Dally News   ^ppftant to Grocers and Consumers!
fnbltBhed.br The Dally News Publish-
Sag Company, Limited, at their offlces,
corner   of   McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
FOR THE CHILDREN.
The proposal to substitute chairs
lor the forms generally in use in the
schools is one that should meet with
general support. Why growing children should be required to spend
hours of discomfort upon low forms
and suffer physical ills therefrom it
Is difficult to understand. The day
when anything would do for youth Is
passed and gone and a better sense
��f the duty owing to those who will
form the manhood and womanhood
or the nation in the future now, happily, prevails. We hope the suggestion of Trustee Peck will be heartily
seconded by his fellow members of
the board, and that chairs will at'
once be substituted throughout the|
schools in this city for the uncomfortable forms at present ln use. As
Mr. Peck observed, the cost of this
improvement should not enter into
consideration. Tlie main thing is to
provide the most healthful and comfortable seating accommodation for
the children.
Rccistereil
Trade-Mark
The New
The absolute purity and healthfulness of
BAKER'S COCOA
and CHOCOLATE
are guaranteed under the pure food laws of
Canada. Made by a perfect mechanical
process, they are unequaled for delicacy of
flavor and food value.
Mills at Montreal are now in operation and for the convenience of thc
Canadian trade we have established Distributing Points at
Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver
WALTER BAKER & CO. LIMITED
ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
Canadian Mills at 1000 ALBERT STREET, MONTREAL
KILL LARGE SHARK
NEAR  SEABRIGHT
New  York, July 13.���After having
had their lives imperiled   by a man-|
eating shark that refused to give up
the chase of a bluefish tliey ha 1 hooked, two fishermen, of Seabright, N J.,
were victorious in a battle royal with
the monster   Sunday   afternoon. and|
with the aid of the occupants of another boat anchored near them, sue-:
ceeded in landing their catch.
Richard    Rodney    and    Alexander
FASHIONS   FOR   MEN.
Tbe fiuestion of fashion is perhaps
generally somewhat more interesting
and   entertaining    to    the    feminine
mind than to that of the male portion of the community.    Yet the latter   section   of  the   civilized   world,
possibly  sometimes  unconsciously, is
influenced  in the style of attire by
the rule of the mode of th'e time. Except  in what are for the most part
minor details, tbe habit of men has
not changed much during    the    last'
half century.   The frock coat, and Its
successor the morning   coat,    which
every man professing   genteel    manners  at  one  time expected  to wear
during the day time, have given place
to the more comfortable jacket within the  last  decade,  while  the    silk
top hat has almost disappeared    and
either   the   bowler   or   soft   Tyrolese
liat  have   come  into   general     wear.
Both the frock coat and tbe silk hat
iixe, however, still in vogue for social
occasions.   Altogether it may be said
thai   piesent day  fashion  allows    a
comfort aud freedom greater than has I
been the prevailing rule tor a   very
long period of time.
But to the artist and student of
sstyle Die modern dress of men does
not appear beautiful, it is Indeed regarded by such as a thing of ugliness
And horror, There is, perhaps, ���
tendency to slovenliness in the free
-and easy clo!:.in; worn nowadays,
-and a lack of grace In the line, but
this is undoubteiiy the evolution of
���modem needs. Labor and Industry
liave become common to the majority,
and utility rather than beauty weighs!
heavily in the scale. From an artistic poinl of view the habit of men to-
���0a> v. il! hear no comparison to the
���Style of a century since, either in
grace of outline, charm of tone, ur
richness ol material.
All this is to be remedied, accord-
ling to tbe latest advices from i'aris.
The fashion In men's clothes is. ow-
tag to the elicits of certain persons
nt  authority,  going  to  submit   to    a
con plete transformation,    There    is
.1.0 be a ie., rslon to the colored tailed  coat,  flowered   waistcoat,  frilled
���ilttn.   knee  !,i, , chea  and   silk   s'tock-
������-'��� i   rith  buckled shoes,    n  le reported    thai    already    one    or    two
"models of Btyle," clad In the mode
eii   lsao-40 have  been    seen    al   the
I'm i   opera, and created quite a sensation.   This attempt to get back to
the davs oi  Louis  Philippe    and  VV11-
81am  IV and  Victoria  Is a bold  one
���.and it remains to be seen how far it
will succeed,    it.  has  been  tlle custom  to  regard  I'aris  tis  the  creative
centre  for  feminine   fashions,   while
London has hitherto been looke 1 ti;>-
xm as the director   of fashions    for
jmeii.     But   now   the   French   capital
.evidently means to try and secure the
.honor of both.
Tlie  Parisian    attempt    to  impose
ithe harem skirt upon    women    was
only   recently  made  and  has  failed;
.and it may lie that no belter success
will attend the new effort to revolu-
tionii!!'  the clothing of men.    From
the point, of view of beauty the promised  change would  no doubt  lie    a
welcome one,    but    it  is    extremely
���doubtful if it  would  fulfil  the  needs
��f our .time.
Dangler, two fishermen of the seaside resort, were out on the "rocky
ground," when their boat staggered
under a blow from below. Their
surprise was quickly followed bv action when they found that the cause
of the disturbance was an eight-foot
shark. One of them was Just putting in a bluefish when the blow was
delivered. It was evident that the
shark had been following the flsh,
and had struck the boat with all the
momentum of the chase.
Calling at once to some friends
who were fishing nearby, they got
to work at once with the weapons at
their command. The shark was stabbed several times with a large Jack-
knife which had been used for cutting bait and was finally made fast
with a boat hook.
The unusual capture tipped the
beam at 400 pounds and was found to
measure eight feet. It is, proposed
to have tbe fish mounted and presented to the Museum of Natural
History. It is declared to have been
a real "man eater," a species which Ib
so rare in these waters that some
years ago a well known New York
man. who doubted that they were
found in these latitudes, offered $1000
for proof that one had been caught
here.
The Empress's Fortune.
Seattle, Wash., July 13.���According to Chinese papers received today
it is reported that a fortune accumulated by the late Empress Dowager
Tze Hei, which amounts to between
$25,000,000 and $30,000,000, chiefly in
gold bars, has been shipped to England, whence lt wlll be transferred to
a bank in Brussels for Investment.
Since the death of the empress dowager, the treasure has been stored in
the palace under military guard.
TODAY
STARTS THE BIG
Suit Sale
LASTS  ONE WEEK
SEE OUR BIG WINDOWS
Acme Clothing Co.
THE CASH STORE, CORNER COLUMBIA AND BEGBIE STREETS.
ThcJ-lousc of Quality and Low Prices
July   Clean   Sweep
Sale Prices On
Sea Grass Chairs
Green and natural finish, each
$3.25
Solid Oak Rockers, $2.50
Arm Rockers with cobbler seat; the biggest snap
ever ofTered in a rocker, each .       .        $2.50
Go-Carts, $2.90
Folding Go-Carts, wicker back and seat, rubber tired
wheels; only a few left at, each        .       .      $2.90
If the holder of Ticket No. 5501 will present it at the store we will give him
or her $25.00 worth of furniture free. The next drawing takes place Saturday
evening at 9 o'clock.   A TICKET WITH EVERY ONE DOLLAR PURCHASE
Phone 829.
WE SELL POR LESS
401-403 Columbia street, New Westminster.
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
P. BURNS & CO.
'"FEone 101.
645 Columbia St.
VOTE COUPON
Good for Face Value In the
DAILY NEWS $3,000.00 J���. c.upo��� cw.I
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST  LwL^S.J
FOR MISS OR MRS	
Addrett	
DISTRICT NO	
Ceupons muit be In ballot box before expiration   date  and  trimmed
or they will not be counted.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, for It is tbe stuff that the foundations of wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used ln two ways; to   spend   for   what   Is
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed in the future.   Money cannot be invested until lt ls flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVINGS ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorlied Capital, 12,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth street
A. L. DEWAR, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers sJid Dealers in All Kinds ol
LUMlSSft,  LATH,  SHINGLES.  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone  12 New Westminster Box  13/
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO, LTD.
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealers In
Eir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones t*l3. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122.
G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WEST.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRES8ED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
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  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LI8T8.
Garden Hose
Lawn Mowers.
S creen 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.
Kca P     SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911.
*��THE DAILV NEWS.*
Deadlock Over Referee Problem
Should Not Arise Under Constitution
��� ������������ ����������	
Too Much Attention to the Lacrosse Fan In The Street Brings About Unsatisfactory
State of Affairs-Parting of the Ways  May  Be   Reached   Today--Coming  of
Corinthian Soccer Eleven-Olympic Council's Definition of Amateurism.
pioima.
BY ROBERT A. WILSON.
H
���AD our old friends Gilbert   and
Sullivan  been  present  at  the
emergency meeting of the
B. C. L. A. held here on Tuesday
night they would have been enabled
to write a play around the doings of
that august body which is presumed  paid the fine and in my candid opln-
The mover of the. motion that Gifford tender a publlc apology went a
step too far and withdrew that portion, but even then the meeting'
would not listen. We all know that
the   Westminster   club   would   have
I
to govern the national summer sport
in this province. The round-table
conference was a Joke, the motions
were likewise laughs, and taken all!
round, the time of busy men was!
wasted. Specific charges were made I
against players and not only did the
magnates do nothing, but from-their
actions   they   condoned   the   offence!
ion it would have been satisfaction
to the public if this flne had been imposed. The public called for lt, and
the good of the game demanded   it.
HERE ls no man ln this city
N    THREE    week*   time    tbe
world famous Corinthian soccer team    will    start    on    a
series of matches  in this Dominion
and It ls to be regretted tbat lovers ���
of  the  British  game will    bave
travel to the Terminal City to see the
Britons at play.   As there is a�� break |
of flve days between the match    in'
Vancouvei    aad    that    ln    Chicago,
could not some effort be made s# that
the   Corinthians  might  play   in   this'
city.   In the sease* here I saw many
WANT  LADY  MEMBERS
AT LINKS THIS AFTERNOON
Today at the 'iritlsh Columbia GoU
club links, Messrs. J. A. Fellowlees
and A. G. Gardner will meet in the
final game for the cup presented ')y
the directors, it Is hoped that the
lady members will turn ont In force,
and so that the election of captain
and committee from among their
number will be possible. Entries for
the ladles' competitions will after the
meeting be made direct to their committee. New members desirous o*
entering for the competition to be
held during the month of Augast
should notify the club secretary, F.
J. Furnlvall. The club stewardess
is now installed and members can get
cold .lunches and teas. Several of the
lady members are planning among i
themselves to be "at home"
dub bouse on certain days
5�� the month of August.
at the
during
No Cricket Today.
Owing to the difficulty of raising a
team there will be    no   Match    between the Westminster cricket eleven
and B. C. ^   ��   -'-��� -* "���	
good games, but ter some unknown
with more regrets that Tom. reason the crowda would not turn ��M��t
( himself     and      having      re- j to witness the   exhilarating   passing
and practically told the referees that 1 peafe^ly spoken to this fair-haired and dribbling game. Ia the mothec-
they, the  rulers  were   either power- youth during the practices this week, I land the Corinthian* during the lomc
I  feel  tbat  he  regrets that  he   was' period  Pa  Jackson-    waa    in  charge.
mainly   responsible   for   tbe    contre-  was the greatest attraction in every
temps.    A fine would  have, I think,
still    the      tongues.      Unfortunately
the playing membership of the Royalist team ls limited and so It   comes
about that we here cannot afford to
have any of our boys laid off.    This
is looking at the subject from a pure- team are men of international  note.
less or afraid to move ln the matter.
Getting down to plain facts the appointment of Wells Gray and Matt
Barr was found to be unconstitutional, the selection of Barlow Galbralth and Joseph Reynolds was
���against the rules, the move whereby
Ditchburn and Cusack were given
the whistle-holding Jobs ls illegal,
and that's about all at the moment
that we need to worry about. On the
-occasion of the memorable meeting
in   tlie  board  of  trade  rooms   some
part of tbe country and though Pa
has now given up the reins of management the combination, of stars can
show their heels to the beat of them
when It comes down to playing tbe
today, the
postponed.
R. eleven at Vancouver
match  being    Indefinitely
ROBERT8 BEARS TE8TIM0NT
TO BRAVEST DEED
London. Jluly 14^-The Duke of Can-
aaught, Eati: Roberts, Earl of Derby
and the Bishop of Hereford, w��re
among the lfenge company which assembled on the occasion of "speeds
Aa-r at    Wellington   college.      Hli*
genuine game.    Many player* of the  Royal Hlghnesa presented tbe majoi^'
WE ACT A8 AGENTS FOR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTING8   SOLICITED.
WE WRITE FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Insurance
IN STANDARD  COMPANIE8.
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months ago, it was thought tbat the  fences, however light, should be con-
. ity. ust* prises,
ly personal viewpoint, but ls it right \ especially Morgan Owens and Howell In handing his prize to Harvey':
that this view should be taken when Jones the Welsh half backs, Day, | Jones, as the best all-round boy lni'
the principle Is Involved? It is not Corbett and Vassal! the Engltah for- the school; Lord Roberts aald it was'!1
for the good of the   game   tbat   of- wards, and Bache   and    Blckecsteth | Jonete  ambition, bo Join   the  Indian
petty bickerings were at an end for
all time, well, for this season at
least and while the constitution was
not referred to or that matter of lt,
considered, the two referees then
chosen were asked to actjept the
thankless Jobs at flfty per. simly because the association felt that   those
doned by the ruling body and, now
that lacrosse is on a professional
footing, business should be conducted on a business like basis. If this
season's matches are carried through,
if professionalism is to bold sway and
amateurism relegated to tbe back
woods, then   alterations   must   come
HE Olympic games council has
been  busy of    late    on    tho
capable of handling teams on the fleld about, but, and this must be borne fa   ..       fmam^"rnl<iu*8tl��"' whlchJ���"
of plav were ln this province few and mind, harmony must reign In the leg-   J^JTSTSSm      L Th.   ���1,
far between.    Trouble was even then lslatlve chambers.    Lacrosse In  Brit-   one ���" the world ��ver-    The council
forfecn bnt by their selection, It was lsh Columbia is facing a crisis at this
thought   that  the  oils   of   diplomacy time, this cannot  be ne3TB3 and we
would   be    poured    on    the    boiling all know the Biblical saying, "That a
waters and that the season would be house  divided   against   Itself   cannot
������������.,��� ������,,���,��� to the satisfaction of  Mand.    While I am In sympathy with  JgWg^agJ Jw^Z
all  concerned.    Wells Gray   resigned the suggestion propounded by ex-pres-
and although I saw the actual letter  ident   Lionel   Yorke   with   regard  to
captains of Cambridge    and-   Oxford   army     If he achieved his object he
| universities    respectively.      Wreford  would! find  that; although conditions
! Brown, who in the days of his foot- had changed since'he ILord Roberts)
ball youth was Englands premier een-  Joined' sixty years- ago;, and the army
tre half, Is in the charge of the team,   was bifttter prepared, the natives   of
  , India still formed the; armjr.   If Jones
" would make friends with them, learn
their language, and treat tbem considerately, he would find they would
readily foRow him.
He (Lord Roberts)' had ban asked
what was the bravest deed he had
ever seen. He remembered that while
he wae1 owi his way tbo Cudnow his
force wak .stopped by a< wailed enclosure. A little soldier, a' Punjabi
Mohammedan, seeing the difficulty,
endeavored to open' the dhnr which
barred  their  way.      When  he  tried
bas laid it down as a hard and fast
rule that those who compete at future
meetings must only .be those who
have never been reinstated from the
SNAP! Cheapest Lot in the business portion of the city; $15,000;
$50(50 cash; Isalance 1 and 2 years.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phone 92*.
Roowr RT, Ce��lster tVfmek.
amateur, the man who for the sake of
money   has   Joined   the   pro   brigade
which  the alderman  had  written to  the  formation  of a   commission   to  ""'""'   �����'u"g   "��JJ th-^rM1 ^ to draW the  b0lt one   of   h,s
the  association,  I  cannot   remember deal with violations against the rules  K^r te had md^ hlm^ert onT   to' W-  CUt   ��ff  by m*   <rf'U,e
constitution   I would rather that   ^ ^j    pemitted t0 re.ent;��
tbe president of the association ban ,.     _.     '   ���  ' .. ..77..
' the  simon  pure  aggregation.    While
the various amateur associations and
unions throughout the sporting world
over and put on the minutes so that
so far as it goes, and for all that the  the  full   power  vested  in  him.     Mr.
records show. Gray is still one of the  Yorke when In the chief chair showed
appointees  of  the  association.      j ] that  he  was au  courant  with  every
_____ ~~*   j phase of the game and  It s msrage-
ment. and this year with Nels Nelson  holding the  executive office   we
enemy. Then he managed tw> unfasten the bolt with his otter- tend,
which was subsequently nearly severed tfota- the* mist.
HIS being so, It was unconstitutional to appoint either
Reynolds or Barlow Galbralth, when Ipso facto the positions were already tilled, it is be-
J side the question at this time to say
that the people objected to Matt Barr
and that the players on the Westminster team would not stand for Wells
Gray. The fact remains that the association appointed these two officials
iind it was tbe duty of tbe association
to stand back of them all the time,
opinion be what it may. Galbralth
was out in the game at Vancouver
and acquitted himself ln a creditable
manner, but it is not with the manner in whicb the illegally elected referees handled the game, but with the
principle I  am dealing  with at   this
time. After Joe Reynolds had beld the  ^ffc�� a'~siiccession"of rriction
whistle at a following game, the as '
have   in    this   popular    Westminster
man. one who rules the board with a
strong hand and who has shown that
what  he  says must go.    Taking the
power from the president would baldly be the right course to pursue. The
president should be more, much more
than  a  mere figurehead.     He fa Invested with the power, and when we
feel that men like Yorke and Nelson
will  not abuse it tben  all is    as    tt
should be.    Despite all these   things
and  looking at the matter from   an
absolutely   Impartial   standpoint,   despite  what  some   of  tbe   thick-sfcuPs
say to the contrary, the whole trouble
seems  to be that   until  there  Is    at
least one more club fn the member-
shin of the association, we will have
do not require to be dictated to by
tbe Olympic council, it would be well
that those who are out with the Intention of ruling real honest purw
amateurism take up the suggestions,
sb laid down by the council. In time
to come the associations wlll be compelled ro abide by this latest ruling
o�� Hie cause fl, as the representatives
from the many nations which take
part ia the meetings will have to
send forward only those who in tho
eyes of tte council are the legitimate
amateurs under the new code.
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i+welry Un*?.onv epecialty is     *
Solid sold, stone set finger rings
Pftt-mtM rings rangtwg 75c and* ujrto KWO00.
Chamberlin
Official Time Inspector for C-TM��. and   B.C.C. R*y
THC
JEWELER
sociation answered the calls from
near and far and appointed Ditchburn and Cusack, this double nomination being also against the constitution. I said after the last match that
neither   of
should have  been  permitted  to  take
Charge  Of  B  game  which   was  of  an
important   nature.    With   two  scliool
loams    Ditchburn    and Cusack might
bave   heen   able   to   get   away with
,he    goods,      but      when    Westminster   "and     Vancouver     clash     the
match should    be    in    the hands   of
a  man or men with the   courage   of
their convictions, and I for one hope
the dav is far off when referees wlll
,o on to a fleld and give such an exposition  of   weakness  as   was  shown
by  the couple from tho capital   city.
My opinions were fully borne out at
the B  C   L- A. meeting last Tuesday
when it was tbe consensus of opinion
thai Ditchburn and Cuiack wero nol
��qual to acting In an official position.
Can vou boat  it?    They wore chosen
became   tbey   were   Impartial   they
bad  no axes to grind and it was   acknowledged that both  Ditchburn and
Cuaack  bad  bid  a fond   farewell  to
anything they might have known or
the snort many years ago.    When an
association   selects   referees   not   because  of   their   sound   knowledge   ol
the game but because of their knowing impartiality and ut the same tlmo
weakness In handling, lt  Is time that
some  drastic   steps   were   taken   to
lirllng about a change.   For a moment
we will presume tbat the couple bad
made a fair showing.    It is a natural
deduction that when a report of such
magnitude    ns    that     presented    '>y
Ditchburn   nnd   Cusack   was   sent  to
the  magnates  that they  would  have
taken more than passing notice of It
AND this brings one back to the
regrettable Tommy Gifford
Incident. The writers of the report called for nn example to be made
of  this  Westminster  player.and  fall-
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Northwestern League.
LET'S foster and    promote    the'
great   game   in   these   parts:
let's get out and make a bold
bid  for    popularity    and    show    the
these    two V*0*0��� me'1   ,nli,jfc who after all nre the folks who
 '""'   '"  '"'"  call the tune, that we are determined
to change tactics which are not at
this time received with favor by anyone who has the interests of lacrosse
at becrt. Charles Reade years ago
in bis famous book "The Cloister and
the Hearth" said that not a day passes
over the earth but men ... or note
do great deeds, speak great words
nnd suffer noble sorrows. . . H So
is it in the present lacrosse trouble
in a smaller degree. There are men
who are working earnestly for the
good nnd welfare of the sport and
who aro being hack-bitten all the
while: certain mon are giving up personal comforts and their homes at
this moment ln the endeavor to
straighten out the tangle nnd it ts
up to some of tho discontented ones
to think of what Is being done for
them and tho game. At this writing
I look UJIOO the game of todav with
B nalr of spectacles which although 1
wlsli to be ro��e colored, somehow refuse to take on that tint. It Is to bo
devoutlv hoped that everything ma?
paRs off In tho manner wished by
lovers of sport.
Friday, July 14.
At Seattle��� Victoria 12, Seattle G.
At Vancouver���Vancouver   12,    T&.
comai 1.
At Spokane���Spokane 4, Portland S.
ALERTS  BADLY  BEATEN  BY
MAPLE   LEAFS  ON   DIAMOND
HE match today moans much
to the future of the association, the clubs and to lacrosse. Yesterday I learned that
Ditchburn and Cusack would referee,
this from Nelson. Should it happen
that this materializes, then for goodness sake let's play the game. Let
us show each other that despite the
fact that the association has said
that these two men are not tlte right
men to handle a game, we will bear
with them In their endeavor to give
of their best and squarest deal, because we know only too well that no
Ina This th^g^ne wouid"become one others will take up'the positions un-
onlv in fond memory here, and it was til a radical change ls made ln many
made plain that punishment of some departments. Instruct the referees to
kind bo meted out to curly-haired do their duties fearlessly but Justly,
Thomas Everyone who loves sport tell them the association is back of
tho  Royal city  wns anxious   that  them  in  thoir desire    to    play    the
Yesterday evening the Alerts went
up In the air at Queens park in the
seventh inning, and their opponents,
the Maple Leafs, taking full advantage of tbe temporary embarrassment
sent up eight runs, bringing their
players home faster than It takes
to write.
The Alerts were handicapped by
misfortune, aud although they stood
a healthy chance to score in the
earlier part of the match, each time
they lia.I men on the bags a player
fell down on the third strike and so
retired his team mates, to the consternation of the fans who expected,
to see the Alerts show up iu their
true colors.
Dr.  Doherty    held    the    Indicator,.!
and  proved  that  he  knows hs  much]
about the great American game as he
does of his profession, which is at it
should  be   with  nn old   player,   blm-'
self once famous on thc diamond;.
i     The  score  hy  innings  was as fol- >
lows.
'Maple   Leafs    0 10 2 10 S���12
Alerts    0 0 0 0 1 0 *��� I
The teams were composed as under:
Alerts���Brown, c: Sinclair, 2t��: Ball,
If; Gay, ss; Robinson, cf; Bellsry,
"b; Home, lb and p; Pierce, rf; Corbett, p und lb.
Maple Leafs���Hansford, cf: Chack-
ley, lb; Glass, rf: Welngerten, 2b;
Roache, lib; Jamieson, ss; Hhuncky,
c; Dlgnan, If; Sayce, p.
New
Westminster
Realty is Good
Investment.
See Us For Snaps
Royal Avenue, riser Leopold' Ptace,
moderrr cottage, five rooms. <*riee
$2900.00: Terms, one-tW*d cash, balance $25 per month.
Onk Street, near Fourth Avenue
owr line, new thorougMy modem, five
nooni cottage, Pull sited cement basement with ftirnace.   See ua at once.
Fourth Street, between Third and
Fourth Avenues, fine building site.
Only $f600.   One-half cash, balance to
arranpK
McQuarrie Bros.
Phone 696.
622 Columbia street.
in
will
Gifford be reprimanded for having a straight game and    the    public
brief spell of brainstorm (wo all have patronize  us and    the    name  which
... W..,,l 'iiimil ivh     linn
them from time to time) and a mone
tary penalty would in my opinion
havo met the caso at this time, as It
would have shown that the association would not be consenting parties
to scenes such as we had   witnessed.
Westminster haa so long and so well
kept In tho lacrosse worll will he
honored. Some day some one will
get a sudden rush of brains to the
head and then we wlll begin seeing
things.
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The Wardrobe Clothier
671  Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C "'
*     PAGE St*
THE DAILY NEWS.
���ATUROAY, JULY 15, 1911.
It's the Rusher
That Wins
How much that's of value did you ever get     , .
without working for it ?   Some are hard,
others are not. Notable of the easy ones are
The Daily News Prizes in
This Campaign for Votes
SPECIAL DOUBLE VOTE OFEER
CLOSES TO-NIGHT AT
E O'CLOCK
Remember this is Your Last Chance to Get Double Votes
On Subscriptions���Build up Your Vote Reserve
Which Will be a Great Help at the Finish
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Co's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at   the
Columbia Piano House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Levis,   lhe Watches
Can Be   Seen At* T. C ifford's  Jew elry Store.   Tte Scho!anhips Were Purchased
From The Westmin iter Modern Ba: iness Scroti.
Now that you have started, now
that you're in, its up to you to win.
Think Of The Stake
If you have worked hard you are
certainly in the winning class, but
others are in too. You'll have to harry some;
That Automobile Alone
Is Worth Every Energy
You Can Put In to Win
I
Then there are other prizes that should tempt you on.
You can get any one you want, but you must work.   Get
the subscriptions; do not miss by a few. AUGUST 5 IS THE LAST OF IT
You might miss by one subscription to the Daily News; Don't do it!
Do Not Forget
That the special offer for double
votes closes tonight   at nine o'clock.
Candidates in the city must turn
in their subscriptions beforte the closing hour tonig?i>to get the benefit ot
the extra votes.
If candidates wait for a larger vote,
th-;y will be doomed to disappointment. More votes will be Issued up
to tonight, that is, more extra votes,
then at any later period of the contest.
REMEMBER TONIGHT���And put
on a full head of steam. Cash as
many promises as you can; there
will be many promises left for the
remaining days of the contest. I
The Big Double vote offer giving
candidates twice as many votes as
the regular schedule on all one-year
subscriptions or more will be a thing
of the past after tonight. Just think
of it, candidates, ONLY one day left
to work! Have you improved the
time the past two weeks? The
chances are more than equal that you
haven't, but the chances are ten to
one that you will get out and "dig1'
today. From the way subscription
reports are coming In from candidates who had,up to a few days ago,
been taking it easy, it is certain that
a great stir-up will be made in the
standing of the contestants within
the next few days.
After the close of this big special
double vote offer tonight, but threo
more weeks of the contest remains.
Have you thought of that? The way
a few of the candidates have been
working���or not working might be a
better way  to es press  it���tliey must
have an idea Uiat the contest will not'. Miss   Brooks      8840
close  until  along about  Xmas.      Not;  Miss  May  Kitson      1070
so.   The last day has been set, and It; Miss Annie Tidv 2840
is Aug. 5th. at 10 p. in. !,..     * _, ,.-,*_. r���_.
From  An  Outsider's  View. !Mi8S Iiene Eickhoff     1	
���  Anyone   interested   in    the    Dally | Miss   Mary   Eastman    27480
EXTENSIONS:
Any one who gave you a three or six months' subscription during the flrst part of the contest can now extend this to a year or
more and give you the advantage of the extra votes. If you secured three months when such a subscription was worth $500 votea
and the subscriber now pays for the rest of the year, or nine months,
it will count you 7500 votes.
An extension from six months to one year will count you 7500
votes. ,
An extension from six mor to two years will count you the
difference between the original rate for one year and the rate for
two years, or 1G00 votes, only during the double vote period.
THIS PRESENT SPECIAL OFFER OF DOUBLE VOTES FOR SUBSCRIBERS CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 15, AT 9 O'CLOCK.
THE CONTEST CLOSES SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, AT 10 P. M.
DO NOT GET THESE DATES CONFUSED.
Standing of Candidates.
Nominations for the big automobile
contest are .published below, aud
show the growing interest in the
competition. Look them through, and
see if you cannot add that of a
friend.
District No. 1���All territory west of
'east side of Sixth street, Within New
I Westminster city limits.
Votes.
i Miss  Laura  Lft very    16080
iMiss Ethel Buckland      2840
Daily News Schedule of Votes
Daily Xews by Carrier��� Daily News by mail���
Three months. $1.00 500 votes Six months, $1.50   1,500 votes
Six months, $2.00   1,500 votes Twelve mouths, $3.00 4,000 votes
Twelve months, $4.00 4,000 votes TWO vears, $0.00  10,000 votes
Two years, $8.00   10,000 votes Th ,fl ������ 0Q Qm      .
Three  years,  $12.00   ....20,000  votea   ln te m���' *8'?0    ""'- VOteS
Four years, $16.00    40,000  votes  Fo,,r >'ears'  S1--00    40'000 votei*
Five years, $20.00    80,000 votes   Five years, $15.00    80,000 votes
For ten years subscription to the Daily News by carrier at $40.00, we
will allow 250,000 votes.
For ten years subscription to tho  Daily  News  by  mail, at  $30.00,  wo
will allow 200,000 votes.
WEEKLY NEWS SCHEDULE OF VOTES.
One years, $1.00    500 votes
Two 5 ears, $2.00 1,500 votes
Three years, $'���'..on   3,000 votea
Four years, $4.no    4,000 votes
Five years, $6.00  5,000 votea
For ten yean subscriptions to the Weekly News at $lo.oo we will give
15,000 votes.
News  Voting Contest, after a glance
at the score, would at once pick out,
over a dozen live ones  scattered  in
all   three   districts.     Some   that   do
not look so very active may come on
In   an   unexpected  rush,  as  has  heeiij
d< tnonstrated the past week.    But to
pick any  candidate as the winner of!
the auto, or the piano, is a task that
would not be attempted by even the;
j best "seers."   The high vote today Is i
lover   400)000���and  the   reserve   vote
' may   be  as   much   more���bat   what's J
'that  when   the high  piize   is  worth'
j over   $3,750.     Unless   all   comparison j
fail, the best part of the contest���ini
' a vote getting way���is to come. How
ever, Qwne is no minimum vote for!Miss
Miss   Mary  Johnston       1400
Mrs.  W.   B.  Kales    252700
Miss Ethel Ennis   12540
Miss Helen Shaw   28680
Mrs.  E.  Sterling     9460
Mrs.  Thompson     1300
Miss Violet McGuffen   178020
Miss   Elizabeth   Orr   1240
Mrs. J. E. Insley 690160
Miss Olive  Archibald    ��'450
Mrs.  R. Collier     2780
Mrs.   L.   MacLean.....'  3100
Miss   McAdam      1000
Mrs. Walter Thompson   53500
Mabel Purvis     0S90
the big prizes, and at the same timei
there is no maximum vote. Thei
candidate with the most votes, re-1
gardless of district, will be awarded!
the McLaug'hlin Touring car at the
close of thc contest.
Remember.
That  the double  vote offer ('lores
Saturday night, July 16th at 9 p,  tu.,
���and after Thsrt time the regular votes'
will be g'iven.
Jul t   :nske  up your mind  that this ;
week's work will mean a whole lol  to
you  so  lift stnte and  take advantage]
of it  and you will not be sorry when
you win one oT the splendid prizes.
Rules -vt -the Contest.
in addition to the nomination rules
published below, the following regulations will govern the conduct of the
Westminster News three thousand
dollar voting foulest:
I.
June
District No. 2���All territory east of
west side of Sixth stieet, including
Sapperton.
Mis   Sinclair      1290
Miss Ilosana Beveridge     1020
MI.ss Florence McLeod     21550
i Miss Bell Hood      1060
i Miss  M.   Elley     1340
Miss  Helen  C.  Day    164870
;Mr��.  1'oingdcHtro    13450
Miss Genevieve Drlscoll   7050
I Miss  Katie  Muir      7420
I Miss   Hazel   Kenny      1210
iMiss  Vera  Gilley   7060 j Miss
,M1bi  Winnie  Keary    '. .1260 '
[Miss  Marie  Monow      1200
i Miss Lillian Jenkins   481000
Only 2  Days More of Double Votes
Prizes   Can Be  Won In  This Djuble Vote Period.
DONT GET THE DATES MIXED
The Contest Closes August 5, at 10 p.m.
The  Double Vote Period Closes
Next Saturday, July 15, af 9 p.m.
Address all communications to the Contest
Manager, care of Daily News. i
The    aonttest    opens    Monday.'Miss   Ruby  Fletcher    2701)
12,    Names   uud    standing   of)MlM Ruth UobiiiHon   13350
candidates  will  be published  Thuro-  Miss   Rogers     loso
day, .lune   15. tot ''he  llrst   little, and'Miss  Daisy  Dawe       1070
the contest will close at 9 p.m. Satur-; Miss Kathleen We'sh     1X50
day, August 5.    There will positively I Mis Naomi  ltolph 18060
he no extension of the time, I
2.    Votes  may cot he secured    e\-]J
cept ion subscriptions to the Daily or
Weekly  News or by dipping the ballots dully during the life o. the contest.
8. So votes may bo transferred
from on*; candidate to another.
4. Candidates must enter from
thc district in which they live. If a
candidate removes from one district
to another during the life of the contest she will be a contestant, from
the distiict Hhe first entered.
5. If a candidate withdraws from
the contest  her votes are lost.
8, Votes wlll he Issued on all subscriptions, old and new, according to
schedule.
7. A subscriber who pays up hla
arrears to the News  will  be allowed;
votes according to the schedule,
8. No statement, made hy any
solicitor, canvasser cr agent varying
from the rules set forth will be
recognized by the News.
!). Candidates by accepting their
nomination nnd filling votes certify
their agreement and these and nny
other published conditions of tho
content.
10. The contest management of the
News reserves the right to settle any
controversies which arise during tho
contest.
Miss Clarice Osborne    14270
Miss Adele Bllodeau   48260
Miss G.  Corrigan     1490
Mrs. Winnie Talt    693450
Miss Evelyn Cunningham    35050
Miss C.  Boule     1640
Mrs. E.  Thompson     4660
Mrs. C. S. Davles   13490-
District No. 3���All territory covered
by Uie Daily and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
.Miss  Pearl  Brlce, Ladner    1160
Mrs. II. Cooper, Langley,    1240
I Mrs.  G.   VV.  Sterling,  Le  Roche
1 Landing        1150
. Mrs. F. E. Herring, lords Land-
' lng         36SO
'Miss Stewart, Fraser Mills      1540
Miss    Kathleen    McBride,    Port
I Guichon     1400
Miss  Katie  Neilson,  South  Vancouver    1000
Miss   Annie   Hambrook,   Soutli
Vancouver   1200
Miss Rosy Philcox, Mission   124.SO
Miss Christie McGregor, Ladner 1600
Miss Florence Lord. Ladner .... looo
Miss Ruby Kirkland. Ladner ... 118:k>-
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner.. 1270
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner   1000
Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner .. 1300
Miss Emma Chlddell, Ladner .. 1000-
Miss Juanlta McClusky, Ladner. 1400'
Miss Olive Alexander, Sunbury. 1300"
iMiss Lillian Coggins, Sunbury.. 12S1)
Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner ....15580
Miss Edith Falk, Westham Island 1000
Miss G. Dove, North Vancouver. 13690
Miss M. Peterson, 1510 Charles
St., Vancouver     1000-
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills .... 1000.
Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver  1000'
Mrs. E. w. Money, Burquitlam.. looo-
iMiss Grace Morrison, Edmonds.86140
Mrs. W.T. McGllvray, Chilliwack 9150
Miss Huff, Chilliwack   7720
Miss Ethel McCftbe, Chilliwack .2500
Miss K. Smith, Abbotsrord .... 1220
Miss ElTio Wooler, Ahbotsford ,.1660
Miss May Musgrave, Earl's Road 1050
Miss Gertrude Volgt, East Colllngwood    2700
Miss Murray, Central Park    1070
Miss Whlto, Port Kells    1800
Mary    Petermnn,    Eraser
Mills  12080
Miss Martha Nelson, Coquitlam. 1660
Miss Georgia McLean, Coquitlam 1000
Miss   Fitzgerald,   Huntingdon... 1340
Miss White, Cloverdale    2600
Miss Hutchinson, Milner  1:0740
Miss Gladys Slack, Hfttzlc    1000.
Miss Natalie    Reuleau,    Mission
City  2700
Miss Vera Coulter, Lattgley ,.,.80640
The Prizes.
Eleven in all. Two grand prizes and nine district prizes wiil he
divided Into the three district! as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes In the
three districts combined will be awarded the 11750 McLaughlin
Buick touring car, to be seen at T. A. Mulr's drug store, Columhla St.
The candidate receiving the most votes In the remaining thme
districts will be awarded the $500 piano. This piano was purchased
from the Columbia piano house and is on display at their store, the
Walker hlock, 425 Columbia Btreet.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after tho
winners of the grand prizes will be given their choice of the district prizes.
The  Nine  District  Prizes.
Three scholarships purchased from the Westminster Modern
Business college. They are good for eight months tuition and worth
|86 each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 ench purchased froii
Galloway & Lewis and can De seen at their store, corner Fourth
and Columbia streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold watches worth $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gilford's Jewelry store on Columbia street.
The District.
In order to give every candidate an equal chance to become
the possessor of one of these valunble prizes tlte territory hns been
divided Into three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth street,
within New Westminster city limits. "<
District. No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
including Sapperton.
District No 3���AIU territory covered by the Dally and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster. r      SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
not sKVfflt.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Distiict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry. of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply fc
permission to purchase tbe following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east ot Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 315C2, tbence east 80 chaina,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
.point of commence, und containing
t'At) acres more or less.
DOROTHY FRY.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May  19, 1911.
.NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I. U. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mlle east of T. L. 32454,
.and two miles from Haslam Lake,
ithence east 80 chains, thence soutb
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
-thence north 80 chains to point of
-commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R. B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan  O'Hara,   Agent.
May 2, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend to apply for permlssien to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T.
L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence
80 chains north, tbence 80 chains eas;,
thence 80 chains south to point oi
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter,  Intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at    a
ppst planted 10 chains north of the
southeast corner ot lot   Ml,   thence
east 6e chains, thence south 60 chains,
theHce west 60 chains, tbence north
60 chains, containing 360 acres.
GEORGE OSBOUN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or pa; i
security, for the due fulfilment of tho
contract to be entered into
The lowest or any tender not neces-
sarlly accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canals
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers   inserting  this   adver
tisement without authority from the
Department yvlll not be paid for it.)
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take notice that I, Emma
Diok, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:    Commencing at a
VTRICT���District of New WsitmiBr       ,    ,    ,   .
sfer.-Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar, I W*\t,p,a^te^ a,t..!:hei;0.!ith.ea8-t-iorn^
of Vancouver, occupation banker, intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
tbence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, tbence soutb 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
of  W.  P.  S.  142,    thence    east    80
chains, tbence north 40 chains, thence
west    80    chains, thence   south    40
chains to point   ot    commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April llth, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east ol T. L. 32454, and two
miles   from    Haslam   Lake,   thence
south   80   chains,   tbence    west   80 	
chains, thence north 80 chains, tbence qoaST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
���eaBt 80 chains to point of commence- coast���Take noUee that I, Agnes
ment and containing 640 acres more Dlok # Calgary, Albert*, occupation
or less.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���Districi o
Coast���Take notice that 1, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thence west
46 chains, tbence north 69 chains,
thence east 60 ofaains, thence soutb
40 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
480 aores.
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April  16th, 1911.
May 2, 1911.
H. M. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
I married woman, intend to apply for
l permission to purchase the following
i described lands:     Commencing at a
post planted at tne northeast corner
of lot 380, thence west 80    chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
  | 40   chains,   thence   south   40   chains,
te tbe fractional northwest quarter thence east 40 cbalns, tbence south
of section 7, township 11 (121 40 chains, containing 480 acres more
acres), Langley Farm, part of lot 3, or less.
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group AGNES DICK,
2, New Westminster district. Bert Warren, Agent.
Whereas  proof of the  loss of cer-      Dated April 16th, 1911.
tiflcate of title number 7721F, Issue 1 1
in the name of Colon   McLeod,   has COAST    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict
been flled In this office. 0f Coast���Take notice tbat I, George
Notice is hereby given that I shall, Howard Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, oc-
at the expiration ot one month from cupation real estate, intends to apply
the date of the first publication bere- for permission to purchase the fol-
of, ln a dally newspaper published in lowing described lands: Commencing
the city of New Westminster, issue a at a post planted southeast corner of
duplicate of the said certlflcate, un- x. L. 31792, thence north 80 ehains,
less In the meantime valid objection thence east 80 chains, thence south 10
be made to me ln writing. ; chains to lake shore, thence follow-
C. S. KEITH. 1 lng lake shore In southwesterly direc
District Registrar of Titles, tion to point ef commencement, con
Land   Registry   Office,' New   West-  taining 320 acres more or less.
minster, B.C., July 11, 1911. I GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
  1 Bert Warren, Agent.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of      Dated April 16th, 1911.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
licence in the Burnaby Division of
New Westminster distiict.
(a). The name, address and occupation of the applicant���C. E.Cotch-
ing, Burquitlam, B. C. rancher.
(b). The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description is)���Unnamed, running through
northwest and southwest portions of
block 8, Burnaby.
(c). The point of division���About
100 feet from Hamilton road on southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(d). The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���1-10
cubic foot per second.
(e).The character of the proposed
works���Hydraulic ram and pipe.
���(f). The premises on which, the
water Is to be used (describe same)
���Southwest portion of block 8, Burnaby.
(g). The purposes for whleh the
water is to be used���Domestic and
agricultural.
(k). This notice was posted on the
12th day of June, 1911, and application will be made to the commissioner on the 14th day of July, 1911,
at 2:30 p. m.
(1). Give the names and addresses
of any riparian, proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are
likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet���Mr. Rowe, Johnson, road, Burquitlam, B. Ci Mr. White. Hamilton
road; Mr. Freeman Bunting, Gunn
read.
C. E. COTCHING,
Burquitlam, B.C.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupation, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north of T. L. 916 ou
the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thencesouth
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
TO ARCHITECTS!
E. Stanley Mitton,
of Vancouver, is desirous of securing a
partner for New
Westminster.
Reply stating qualifications to Mr.
Mitton at 413 Granville Street, Vancouver.
NOTICE.
I.    William    Frederick    Gardiner,
WINNIPEG  THREATENED
WITH  RAT PLAGUE
Winnipeg, July 12.���That Winnipeg
is threatened with a serious plague
of rats ls the Inference to be drawn
from a report which has reached
tbe health department, which shows
that an alarming number of the rodents are making trouble ln several of
the dairies to the west of the city and
just outside the city limits. The report states that the rats are not only
already numerous but are breeding
and multiplying at a most alarming
rate. One dairyman a day or two ago
found a nest under his dairy barn
which contained fourteen little rat-
lets that blinked in the bright sun
and wagged smooth little rat tails before they were the victims of summary execution. The same dairyman states that rati are. swarming
ander tbe floors of his barn where
he can hardly get at them.
In another stable, built on a concrete foundation, the rodents have
made a runaway in one of the walls
by gnawing through every one of the
2x4 joints ln the wall, and they scam-
architect, beg to announce that I Per about as lf the? had lived in
have severed my connection with the i Manitoba for years, occasionally com-
flrm of Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,' ln& out int�� the stable for their prov-
architects,    New    Westminster.     In ender.
future all personal letters to be ad-1 Mr- Tustin points to this particu-
dressed to me at 347 Pender street. lar case as a "trong argument for the
Vancouver, where I shall continue to concrete floors In all dairy barns
practice. " ���*-���-*��� 1.- .. j
Dated July 15, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
which he has advocated for years and
which he bas succeeded in getting
most of the dairymen to lnstal.
The invasion of rats into Manitoba
from the states to the south has progressed steadily for some years past,
THREE-CARD MONTE GAME AT
NEW YORK STREET CORNER
More  Than   One   Thousand   Dollars
Changes   Hands  Near   Broadway
Ere Police Arrive.
New York, July 13.���At a lively
three-card monte game ln progress
in West Thirty-sixth street and
Broadway and Seventh avenue moro
than a thousand dollars changed
hands before a policeman appeared
and postponed the game.
About 10 o'clock there appeared on
the sidewalk- a serious-faced young
man with eyeglasses and wearing a
brown ault and a grey cap. Improvls
lng a table from boards, taken from
a nearby loft building is process oi
construction, he began the manipulation of the cards, using instead of
tbe customary three jacks the two
red kings and tbe queen of  spades.
Three or four other men, appan
ently casual spectators, began to plav
the game which, for the benefit of
uninformed, may be stated to have
consisted of picking out the black
queen as the grey-capped young man
spread the three cards on the table.
This was the nucleus of a growing
crowd, and  soon flfty or sixty per-
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, James
Fergus O'Connor Wood, of North Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend
to apply tor permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about three miles north of T. L. 916
on the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
Re the northwest quarter of section  the rodents appearing further north Bong ^ere watchlng the players
29, township 12, New Westminster each year, and always in increasing      fyom |i the stokes increased un-
district. j numbers.   Last year a few stray spec-
Whereas proof of the loss of    cer-  imens were killed in the city, some
tiflcate ot title number 12190A, issued of them in Elmwood.   This latest re
til $5 was the usual bet. The luck ot
the early players was remarkable.
Every time the young man throwing
Coast���Take  notice   that  I,  James ��� i
A. Forrester, of Saskatoon, Saskatche-; COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict Of
wan, occupation bioker, intends to�� Coast���Take notice that I, HannahINEW wfstmtnstfr i Aism m��s
apply for permission to purchase the;Buehler, of Calgary, Alberto, occupa- TRICT-DlstrictTof 1New Westmin
following described lands: Commenc- tlon ,plMter> ,ntends to apply for L 23fi?^K�� that I^JmSs
Ing at a post planted at the north- permission to purchase the following S,���,J w��nrt ��f Vnrfh vnn�������r
west corner of the Green Point ln- described lands: Commencing at ai Charles Wood, of North Vancouver,
-dlan reserve, thence west 40 chains. S ITnted ai theSoutheast corner I KermlLion^Si^h^fi
thence north 80 chains, thence east & T.'L. 81792, thence west 80 chains,1 f.0T Permission to purchase tbe follow-
4U chains, tlience south 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east
���containing 320 acres more or less. go ohalns, tbence north 80. chains to
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER, point of commencement, containing
Boone Kerlin, Agent. ��40 acreB more 0r less.
Dated April 19th, 1911. ! HANNA BUEHLER,
��� Boone Kerlin, Agent.
COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of      Dated April 16th, 1911.
Coast���Take notice that 1. C. John _         	
son,  of  Mooso Jaw,    Saskatchewan,
occupation carpenter, intends to apply  DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
for permission to purchase the fol-(
lowing described lands: Commencing,
at a post planted at the southeast side'
���of the soutli end of Read Island and;
���at the northeast corner of T. L. 37502
tlience west 80 chains, thence north
41) chains, thence east 8(1 chains,
thence south 40 chaius, containing
820 acres more or less.
CIIARIJSS JOHNSON,
licit Warren, Agent
Dated April 10th, 1911.	
���COAST LAND DISTRICT���District of
Coast���Take notice that I, James
Walker, of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing
at a post planted 20 chains west of
���the southeast corner of lot 117 Cortez
Island, thence north 80 chains, thenoo
east 80 chains, thence soutli 60
chains to salt water, thence following
chore line ln southwesterly direction
to northeast comer of Squirell Cove
Indian reserv'e, thence west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated Aprll 6th. 1911.	
NEW WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS-
TRIST���District of New  Westminster. B.C.���Take notice that Charles
Evelyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C,
occupation clerk, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:    Commencing at    a
post   planted   at  northeast  point    of
unchartered  Island,  thence  following
the shore to point of commencement,
containing three acres more or less,
about   two   miles   south   of   Pender
Harbor  lit  Point  Francis, and  about
150 feet southwest from lot. 997, and
200  feet southeast from lot.  2792.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...
Way 29��h, 1911.
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON  BAY  RAILWAY.
ing 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 containing 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway," will he received at this office,
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the lst
of August, for a section of about 185
miles from Pas Mission to Thicket
Portage.
Plans,   specifications   and   form   of
contract to be entered  Into can    bo
seen  on  and  after   Wednesday,  May
31, at the office of the Chief Engineer,
or    the    Department    of    Railways j
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson
Bay    Railway,   Winnipeg,   at   which
places forms of  tender may be ob-.
tallied.
Parties tendering wlll be required
to accept the fair wages schedule pre
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notioe that I, J. I. Dwa-,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L 32454,
nnd two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point ol
commencement, and containing 640
ncres more or less.
J. Ii DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Lots 7 and 8, Block 11, Steveston.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl-
pnred or to be prepared by the Do- cate of title number 7105A, Issued in
partment of Labor, which schedule the name of John Herbert Turner has
will form part of the contract. I been flled in this office.
Contractors are requested to bearj Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
in mind, that tenders wlll not be con- at the expiration of one month from
sldered unless made strictly In ac- the date of the flrst publication here-
cordance with the printed forms, and of, ln a dally newspaper published ln
In the case of Arms, unless there are the City of New Westminster, Issue
attached the actual signature, the a duplicate of the said certlflcate, un-
nature of tbe occupation, and place less ln the meantime valld objection
of residence of each member of the be made to me in writing,
flrm. | C. S. KEITH,
An accepted bank cheque for    tho District Registrar of Titles,
sum of $200,000.00 made payable   to'    Land Registry   Office,   New West-
the order of the Minister of Railways minster, B.C.. June 19th, 1911.	
and Canals must accompany each ten- ������mmm*tSSJassssessstsaBSSBOS���^a
der,  which  sum  will  be  forfeited  If
the party tendering declines entering
Into  contract  for  the  work,  at    tho
rates stated ln the offer submitted.
The cheques thus sent ln will be
returned to the respective contractors
whose tenders are not accepted.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
,. ��  ���    ��� 'V       *mr~~ mm**r-mm jjj  *   ^*   J *_. * **��^ tilt, J V UMIk SHmI! |*U ��� V  *1  |||&
w.vk ***?*   ��L ??bert   MacC,ure *��? &*��*** thttt "!ey ,are ��alnlnB, the cards lost, and lt was about four
Blake, has been Wed In this office.     , a foothold close to the city and the, Ume, ���ut of flve. the crowd laughea
Notice is hereby given that I shall, situation ls  growing genuinely   seri-  wUh delight.    Beven others   started
at the expiration of one month trom ous.    No action has yet been taken 1 betting,   and  It  was  observed   thai
the date of the flrst publication here- by the health department, but It tsUhes won very Infrequently    A stowt
of, ln a dally newspaper published tn likely that the whole question ot pro-1 gentlemen ot prosperous   appearance
the City of New Westminster, Issue  tectlng the city from rats will come Ui^, joined the game.   He picked up
a duplicate of the said certificate, un- before the health committee  at   its
less in the meantime valid objection next session,
be made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry  Office,   New  Westminster, B. C, July 10, 1911.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Tenders for Construction of Sewers.
East Half West End Sewer.
The Corporation invite tenders for
the construction of about eleven mlle:;
of main sewers, laterals, manholes,
etc. Plans, profiles and specifications
to be obtained from the office of the
City Engineer, upon payment of $20.00
to the Treasurer as a deposit.
Tenders to be deposited with the
undersigned by five o'clock on thc
24th July, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, B.C., July 10, 1911.
Life After Awful Shock.
Marinette. Wis., July 13.���Thirty-
eight thousand volts passed through
the body of Max Engles at High Falls
yesterday and he ls still alive. While
fishing In the rear of the power house
Engles touched one of the power
wires with his steel rod. He was
knocked unconscious and for some
time It was feared he was dead.
Artificial respiration revived him
and he ls now on the road to recovery. His entire right side is badly
burned.
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
To Contractors. "
Tenders are invited for grading:
Douglas Road (Boundary Road east
three miles).
Barnet Road (Boundary Road to
Polo Line Road).
Plans and profiles may be seen at
the Engineer's Office. Edmonds, B.C.,'
and the specifications and general
conditions of contract may be procur-
red there on depositing $5.00 which
will he returned to all bona fide
tenderers. I
Tenders will not he considered unless submitted on official forms and
accompanied by marked cheque for
5 per cent, of the amount of tender.
The Council does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.      I
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned wlll be received up to 12
noon, July 24th, 1911. )
WM. GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C.      !
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   PERMANENT
LOAN COMPANY.
Dividend No. 26.
Notice is hereby given that a
dividend at the rate of 9 per cent, per
annum has this day been declared on
the permanent stock of the company
for the half year ending June 30,
1911, and that the same wlll be payable at the head office of the company, 330 Pender street, Vancouver,
B. C, and at tbe branch offices In
Halifax, St. John. Winnipeg and Victoria on and after July 15, 1911.
R. H. DUKE, Manager.
Vancouver, B.C., July 13, 1911.
AUCTION
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY AT EDMONDS JUNCTION.
Five Cent Fare from  New
Westminster.
To those looking for a SURE and
LUCRATIVE   INVESTMENT,   for    a
small outlay   of   cash,   we   strongly!
recommend   their   attention   to this|
sale- ..__
WEDNESDAY, THE 26th   INST.,
2:30  p.m.
Favored  with  Instructions  we will
sell to the highest bid:
(1) Store building, with two front
entrances, suitable for partitioning
off for two good stores, with flvo
room flat above, and 45 foot lot, on
Edmonds street���the business street,
and within a block and half of station and block of new building just being erected, costing $15,000. Terms���
$500 cash, balance very easy.
(2) Thirteen other lots adjoining.
Terms���$90 cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months.
Particular attention Is called to
these properties from an Investment
point of view as the activity In development ln Edmonds just now is
marked and houses are being started
all around. This activity is bound
to continue and purchase of land llkei
the above must show a quick ad-,
vance, especially when an opportunity
of buying below value ls afforded.
Property has gone up 100 per cent. |
here within nine months. Go and
see the place for yourself���that's all
we ask, and remember these properties must be sold. Those are our instructions.
Place of sale will be announced
later.
Chas. Dawson
Auctioneer and  Appraiser  for  Ward,
Burmester &  von Graevenltz.
|- Phone 4595.
the queen of spades at the flrst trial.
With a look of groat cunning he picked lt Up and craftly bent one corner
of the card. It waa then easy for
him to win two $5 bets In rapid succession.
A tall young fellow of unmistakably
Celtic descent, who had been edging
his way forward through the crowd,
then bet $20 he could pick the queen.
He turned over the card with the
bent corner. It was the king of diamonds. He then asked the stout gentleman for a loan of $5, saying he
would return it ln a few minutes. He
was not accommodated.
More than $1000 changed hands In
half an  hour.    How  much   of   tbat
came from  victims of the   game   Is
known only to those on the Inside. It
undoubtedly exceeded $100.   A policeman appeared on the Seventh avenue
corner, the young man picked up his
cards and  the crowd   melted  away.
"That    was   pretty   easy   money."
said one spectator.      "I had thought
that game could not be worked sue
cessfully only at county fairs."
SENDS PRAIRIE SOIL
ALL OVER  NORTHWEST
Winnipeg, July 12.���The virtues of
the soil of Manitoba have been extolled to the world ever since the prov
ince began to be settled, but perhaps never before the present time
have the claims of the black earth ot
Manitoba been so soundly vindicated
as they are today.
Allan Leslie, of Chater, ex-reeve of
the municipality of Cornwallls, who
lives near Brandon, Man., is at present shipping away large quantities of
soil from his farsi to many points In
the west where it is being scattered
broadcast over farming lands of
scientific farmers, with a view to
aiding the growth of alfalfa.
It ls claimed that a small percentage of Manitoba soil wlll inoculate
the western soil for a large area, and
being admirably adapted to the cultivation of the crop In question, it is
being imported for the purpose of improving those western farms on
which alfalfa has hitherto not beeu
cultivated with success.
The soil is shipped away by the bai;
and constitutes a novel industry and
an entirely new and unlooked for
source of revenue.
It was held until quite recently
that any time spent in the growing of
alfalfa ln Manitoba would be wasted,
but tbe success which has attended
Mr. Leslie's efforts strongly disprovea
the assertions of old time pessimists.
Mr. Leslie has cultivated the crop)
with splendid results, an'd Is making
a good price for his seed, which, together with the soil he Is shipping to
points as far west as Yorkton. ���* -i(i *M* r""*trff|fr'"r'""*" '"""���"""'
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THE DAILV NEWS.
���ATUADAY. JULY 18, i��t4.. | 2
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
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "is that my home
on fire." Why v��orry, take out a policy In one of the quick settlement
companies which I represent.
A. W. McLeod
INSURANCES
Don't Swear
But use our Mosiymto Oil to prevcn
bites.    Bum out TMosiiulto Powder to
drive tho   pests away.
SAVE THE STOCK
���hy using our Cattle
Wash. Cows give more milk if tliey
don't have to fight flies. Besides its
humane.
We have all kinds    of    Fiy  Paper.
Poison Sticky, Coils, etc.
PHOTO  SUPPLIES.
Curtis Drug Store
Try us for Spectacles
The stork has come to Mr. an3"!
Mrs. C. A. Sutherland. Mother and
son are doing well.
Take the round trip on the Transfer todav to Ladner and down river
points, and so keep cool. Boat leaves
the Brackman-Ker wharf at two
o'clock this afternoon.
Big clearance sale of hats at Mrs.
Moore's, opposite post office.       *���
Carpentering,   cabinet   making,   up-,
bolstering, hedding remade, furniture
repaired and renovated. A. J. Wixey,
513 Agnes street.    Phone 670.      ������
Ex-Alderman Robert Buckland
leaves this morning for an extended
trip to the east. He is accompanied
by his daughter, MIbb Ethel Buck-
land.
Lingerie and dress hats at $5.00 at
Mrs. Moore's, opposite post office. ���'
The two big attractions for today
are at the lacrosse match at Queens
park and Sinclair's big Bhoe sale, at
013 Columbia street. **
The friends of Rev. J. S. Henderson
have heard from hlm on his extended holiday trip. He had rather a
rough trip across the Atlantic according to advices to hand.
Outing and sailor hats $1.00 at Mrs.
Moore's, opposite post office.        **
The moonlight excursion on the
steamer Paystreak w��s well attended
last evening, the boat taking members and friends of the Epworth
league of Queen's avenue church
down to Ladner. The river proved
cool after the heat of the city.
Sinclair's sale started with a rush
yesterday. We were unable to wait
on the large crowds. We have secured
extra help for today's business, when
we hope to serve everyone.
Your choice of any hat ln the store
at $5.00. Mrs. Moore's, opposite post
offloe.
Miss Katie Bourke, who has been
seriously ill at St. Paul's hospital
Vancouver, was sufficiently recovered
to be moved to the residence of her
father., D. D. Bourke, yesterday. It
is expected she will be about again
In another two weeks.
Ladies���Keep cool by wearing a
pair of canvas shoes, 85c a pair at
Sinclair's big sale. **
In another column Of this issue the
B. C. Permanent Loan company notifies its shareholders of a dividend
at the rate of 9 per cent, per annum
on the permanent stock of the company for the half year ending .lune
30, 1911. This company has experienced a very profitable half year,
I large additions having been made toi
assets  und  surplus. **     |
Tbc railway commissioners will sit
at tbe Vancouver court house ou
August 31 to consider the allegation
of discrimination against B. C. shippers in Bending s;ood east to points
in the western provinces as. against
I goods sent from eastern cities to stations in the four provinces, both in
rates,  and   facilities   for  delivery.
A large party spent a pleasant time
at Dundonald last evening in connection with the Sunday schools. Ice
cream and strawberries were served.
About  forty attended.
The up-to-date quick shoe repairer
il now open for business.   Your shoe:: |
half  soled  while  you  wait.    Rubber
heels In flve minutes, at 638 Clarkson
street. **
WeBt Burnaby���I will sell lots 3
and 4 ln D. L. 157, for $1500; casli
$300, balance quarterly. Apply Owner.
Box B., Daily News. **
Store Closes
at 5 o'clock.
T EZD
Salmta
9.30
The Public
Supply Stores
BANG!
Jar prices 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
Saturday Offers Many Bargains
FOR EARLY SHOPPING
-*4
GET A FREE CUSHION TOP
We will give free a Tapestry or Stamped Cushion Top
to every lady making a purchase of $1.50 or over,
between 9 and 11 a.m., Saturday. Remember the
hours and profit by this offer.
Beautiful Lingerie Dresses Marked to Less Than Half Price.
Regular Values to $8.50; Sale Price $3.75
This is a bargain offering of very unusual Interest; the styles are all of this season's latest touches;
noticeable are the kimona sleeve effects. Fabrics ln mulls, lawns, llnep and repp; trimmings of laces,
pipings, etc. NH$>fcd  f-.
NECKWARE ���STARTLING OFFERINGS.
Guipure Lacs Yokes; all good styles, many different
shapes and sizes; were sold regular to $1.25. A
Saturday   Snap, each    *5c
Turnover Collars in embroidered lawn and lace
styles; values to 35c. Out Lhey go at Saturday
Price, each 10c
Lace Collars, Wash Stock Collars, etc.; some wonderful values; regular 25c and 35c. Sale price
2 for 25c
WAISTS AT BARGAINS
Such Only as This Store Offers.
..Women's Waists: tailored, embroidered and fanes-
lawns, with low Dutlch or high collars, all short
sleeves; exertional offer; values to $2.00. Saturday, each 75c
GLOVES ��� TEMPTING OFFER FOR SATURDAY
Women's Pure Silk and Pine Lisle Gloves; two
spring button styles, wrist lengths, values 50c and
60c.    Sale  Pri e,  per  pair    ' 35c
SAVE ON  HOSE.
Women's Pine Lisle and Cotton Hose; self and
.fancy colors with spot and square effect, good assortment of s'lades: values to 35c. Sale Price, 2
pair for 45^
BELTS ���UNHEARD OF VALUES.
Taney Elastic, plain and Patent Leather Belts,
colored and black; buckles worth double the
price we ask for belt, values to 85c. Saturday
.Sale   Price,  each        25c
FANCY    LINENS   PRICED  FOR  QUICK  SELLING
Fine Linen Centres and Dresser Scarfs in hemstitched, drawnwork and Rattenberg, assorted sl/es.
regular   to   $1.50.     Special   Saturday,  eacb    85j
Sunshades Priced One-Third Less
Phone 43:  L. D. 71:   Res. 72.
New    Westminster.    B    C.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR  SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
The magnificent McLaughlln-Buick
automobile, to be pi ven away by tho
Daily News, is to lie seen in the window at T. A. Muir's drug sto:e, Columbia street. Full particulars on
page six. ���*
Yesterday afternoon a pleasing little ceremony took place, \ hen the
chief patrons of the Royal cafe bid
good bye to Miss Annie Kussell, who
has for so long assisted at that restaurant. II. T. Kirk, with a trio of
ihe committee who had charge of the
little function, presented .Miss Kussell with a well filled purse of gold.
On behalf of tliose who had subscribed to live gift. Mr, Kirk spoke
feelingly of the loss which would ba
sustained by the departure of their
guest, who was leaving shortly tor
tin- American side. Replying to the
presentation Miss Russell said that
she had only tried Io do ber duty, and
she felt  ihat  her suctomers had 1 11
satisfied with ber services. She concluded by he; in- tbal Westminster,
where she had spent such a bappy
lime, would continue 10 prosper and
thai she would In bet- future visits t 1
the Praser river city meet many o-
her friends. ,
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
BOHEMIAN
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, being
opposite the C. P. R- 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.
10-ACRE
OUR LINE OF
Water Wings
AND
Bathing Caps
is complete.   We also
carry a large, stock of
Camping Necessities
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
Now Westminster. B.C.
METHODISTS TAKE CENSUS
t ON   THEIR   OWN   ACCOUNT
Montreal, July 14.���Another een-1
BUS, bul unite unofficial, Is in pro-!
mess In tbe city. This time it is a
religious census Inaugurated by a'
mission board in which several Methodist churches are represented with'
a view to more equitable distribution
of places of worship.
This action is cue result of the deliberations of the Metropolitan Methodist church committee, which was'
established to deal with the overlapping of churches in the city and the
better distribution or places of worship over Greater Montreal.
The work is being carried on by tli"'
divinity   students   rnd   will     proceed
throughout  the summer season.
GETS THF.  HATCHET.
We have just placed on the martet 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.
SpeciaB Terms���One quarter cash
balance spread over two and a half
years.
Niagara Kails, out.. July 14,���Colonel W. M. Parker vetches for a
prize winner in the hot weather contest. He Bays a setting ben belong
Ing t-i him died tour days ago from
the intense heat. Krom eggs left in
the nest yesterday four chickens
were hatched hy nature's heat. Today five more e'.'.^s sent forth chickens into a sweltering world.
Liass
F.J.Hart & Co., Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
$4.00 SEATTLE AND  RETURN
Account Golden Potlatch.
Leave Vancouver July 18. Return Limit July 2-t
SS. PRINCE RUPERT
and PRINCE GEORGE
Sailing from Johnson's Wharf at       12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT   AND STEWART  Mondays and Thursdays
FOR VICTORIA AND SEATTLE    Tuesdays and  Saturdays
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port. Simpson, Kincolith and The Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway trains east 100 miles.
Ofie 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 G. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone  Seymour 7100
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone Seymour 30G0
GENERAL   AGENCY   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
INTERURBAN TRAMS      EXCURSION TO
Westminster branch. ��� Cara
leave for Vancouver at 6, 5:15
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter untll 11 p.m. Suu-
day leaves at tl, 7, 8 a.m. aud
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch.��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connec-
ing at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for Cliilliwack and way
points at 0 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 pm
CHII'iM
The H. C. E. R. Co. olleis !-
duced rates of a fare and i
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valle"
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLAN8  TO
TAKE   THI8   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
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A New Stock of Bathing Caps
and Water Wings
��� AT
i Ryall's Drug Store ||
* y* *-a,^a tsstpd BY OPTICIAN. il
���PHONE 57
FVFS TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
EYE. Tu8 WESTM|NSTER TRU8T BL0CK.
��� *������*���*���������*���'
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST   IN TORIC  BIFOCALS.

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