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 WHITE  ROCK
Per Residential Sites See
WHITE, SHILES * CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
��l)e Shrilg JJ
VOLUME C, NUMBER 114.
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���AVIHTC  ROCK
Residential Sites Sea
���, SHILES ft CO.
WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.^, WEDNESDAY  MORNING, JULY  19, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Three More Weeks Till The Big Auto Competition Closes
o
BISHOP DE PENCIER
RETURNS FROM TOUR
fEABS RABIES OUTBREAK    JUDGE IS SHOT IN
AS BEAT WAVE RESULT,   MISTAKE EOR COUGAR
HIS LOROSHIP'8 IMPRE88IONS OF
VISIT TO GREAT BRITAIN���
WHAT HE WITNES8ED IN
WE8TMIN8TER  ABBEY.
Loss of Valuable Dogs with Symptoms
of  Hydrophobia Arouses Anxiety
Among Canine Lovers.
GOVERNMENT WILE
BACK RECIPROCITY
Bl RIFLE ASSOCIATION    .
MEETING OPENS TODAY
FORMER    LAW    PARTNER    ACCI-   FEDERAL     CABINET     RE80LVEO
DENTLY KILL8 COMPANION IN
BUSH ��� FIRED     WITH      HIGH/
POWER   RIFLE.
Lovers of dogs In this city are at
this season, ln view of the excessive
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ heat, reminded that the demise of
Looking brown, flt and well to en-' two of man's best friends here from
����. int��� tho hurri work of his huge ���hle�� ls Perhaps hut fire forerunner more, of Seattle, was accidently shew,
ter into the hard work ��' w�� *��*�� of other 8uch ca8eB, and it behoves and fatally wounded while In the lh
diocese Bishop de Pencier arrived ,noge who val|W the ���veB of member8 terlor neap Moum RalI1,er ye8terday
bome last night from the heart of the 0f tbeir families and the lives of tbe     The message conveying tbe   lutein
Belllngham,   July 19.���Judge   Prig-
TO PUSH CONSIDERATION OF
THE AGREEMENT���BLOCKING
MOTION   REJECTED.
Crack  Shots of Province  Coipmtnce
Competition at Richmond Range
This Morning.
OPEN AIR CONCERTS
IN PARKS OE CRY
Ottawa, July 19.���When the House
ot Commons resumed yesterday after
the adjournment, there was but a
small attendance.
threw    down
1    The     thirty-eighth     annual   prize
i meeting of the British Columbia Rifle
' association wlll open at the Richmond
ranges today and these is every indication that it wlll be the most sue-
J LOCAL   BAND  MAKES  USUAL AP-
j       PLICATION FOR GRANT IN AID
���SMALL     WHEN     COMPARED
WITH   OTHER  CITIES.
noine iu��i mam irum in. u��..�� *,* w��� 0I lneir amines ana me u������ ui mo me message conveying tne lutein- The government threw down a "I... -_Li: ,. ������,.���.��� ���h���i..r~i ��,������
Empire, after leading the strenuous dog. ��� well, that precautionary gence states that R. H. Evans, the challenge by moving that* the house ���'*" \3g* iB entlre,y ch?l!*d lL��m
life in the motherland for forty-eight 8tep9 are taken so that the animal, judges former law partner, mistook E^to   "cL^U*   of   way.  -and ^'^^X/^t^TS
days.   When it ls remarked that   the Bhan be kept muzzled, when   at free-  blm" for a cougar,>Jd" "shot wi'th"a means'on the reciprocity Issue.   Tho ^*Ug��L�����r* ZLrid'e^hle^".'^^ at ,tB meet,n* on MoB^ had a. ���*
bishop spent but six   days   "on   his dom, anti when Indoors be carefully high power rifle.
The arrangements which an
    lng for concerts by the city band wiH
cauon  uiai u win  oe ine mo�� .sue-  �����,ble the open-alr concerts give, in
ctssful meeting fn the history of the the cUy park��� eacn ,ummer to bm n*
surned soon.
>   The only matter outstanding la tbe
one of finance, aad the city
association,    i he program for    tkis
I opTosItfon    moved    an'  amendment ^��%d ���,  ��������   ����� Plication for a gr*it ** tm I* ��.
own," as he termed it last night when watched.   Dr. McQuarrie, who yester      _____ _	
speaking with a Dally New. represen- day lost a valuable doggie, has sent being carried  down  the  trail  from ^VratatanttaT "manner "the" claim. ��^ ",���f ^"Xu'I, summaJv      Th,B Bum to a ^ "m��11
mt .hm r..���oHi����� w��, vninnt��.rs who �����.re,pe?!l-   following is a summary it Is considered that the ctty of Martb
tative,  it  wlll  bo seen that  he had the body to Mr. Hughes, the bacterlo
not much time to lake matters easily, logist   at   the Westminster    mental
Before embarking on the subject of asylum,  where  this  morning  an  ex-
the coronation, to which the bishop amlnation  wlll  be held to prove if i
was specially Invited by the   kingly the animal died as the outcome ot
and kindly act of his majesty King rabies, which he suspects.
Jo** rUftnrH2tUn^ew���1Uthe   t'l, "s���* CBlUnK ��n tlw T"6 tot & C��D.8,.der  ���>"��� of the marksmen will benefit ln
sing  carried   down   the   trail   from  in  t* substantial  manner  the  claims "
Oaker lake to Concrete.
NEW VER8ION OF
PORTSMOUTH  TREATY
St.    Petersburg,    July    17.���Count
of the Canadian war volunteers wbo  ^J"U__"JfZil�� ����*"
have    not    already    received    land OI tM pnz* UBt:
grants. '
Sir Wilfrid Laurier made the question oae ot confidence in the government, ' and  the  amendment  waa re-
Tyro match-
seven ^^^^^^^
prizes; value, $73.
Vancouver, with a third of thc
match-Restricted   to   tyros;   i^rt W^SLi^,S ME
shots  st   200   yards;   23   cash   vote of $350 for i^ZZuStSi.
forms. $75 a month for the three
George, hls right reverence spoke of      If a person is bitten by a dog   the Witte Is about to publish a pamphlet   wted bv a vote of 45 to 29.
the cities he had visited ln the course wound should be Immediately cauter- giving his version of the negotiations      The majority  ls  the  smallest re
of his extended tour. *���' ��� "-- * ' "���-    ' * "���- *������   -  ���
In Scotland.
Helmcken-Open to all members of WT month, am, |6o    ^^
2* "J^'^Vr^!1..^01".^^*1 other nine    Here In WnMn^O.
lzed at the nearest druggists store,  for peace at the treaty of Portsmouth' corded  for  some years.    Among the ?" ?!l ��.'���!* '
Owlntr    tn    tha    t.lat    that    thorn    arm       .am.      Whlctl      Will      lhn>     f*r*l        J**aramm.,mU        mm ..  ...  .* _. <��r    l"��    WlDUCr.
_Bj Owing to the fact that there are   no which wlll show Col. Roosevelt   on
"Edinburgh," he said, "struck me Pasteur Institutions in this Dominion  the side   of the   Japanese.      Witte
as one of the most stately cities   I ���the nearest is in Chicago���It Is ab- balked at the demand that the south-
rpeaker. on the opposition side Was
J._D. Taylor, MP., who n>se__at_ Urn-  H^SKBuSTiWpR �������"�����
200,   500 and   600   yards;    52   cash ^nd,   composed   of   atixi^TZriZ
Dorothy   medal mentBr wWch lt ,, h0ped wlu "^
Nanaimo-Open to all member, of uSTSJ^Z^^ eoMllflff U
�� -..~,i.ti���r ��-.,�����  .h���.. .* 9��n loc?' rert*��>t��. nnds its own najfom
���        h,     .   .h , . ,                           u.          ,B &b- ba'ked I* ^'J1*���** *�� ** ���"*�����  thirty to  move tie adjournment of ^'TvrZL- v.Uie  $1��39- cud to ******?��� *V ,mu,,c' * ���� ��*��^The
bave ever been ln.   Everything ln the solutely    necessary    that    no    time ���"> part of SaghalUn be ceded and  the debate    He said he had only Just S!zL      P                   ' *     '     P       conductor, J. W. Rushton, proposes tf
ScottLh capital .truck me as being so should be wasted" in giving attention that Japan and Russia be allowed to arrived ln Ottawa,   whereupon    Sir     m_,,mi..t.r_onm t��� ��n m������h.��� the flnan��* committee of the craell
wonderfully fresh, so clean and    so to a bite                          ,  ,��L*ftl< retain the northern part on tne pay.lW1ifrld 8ho0k his head, and said   It'   .^S!^aJgo^tion^  _���T shoU   It rec0"im��n��,�� ^ P"ant again as   hi
wholesome.    During Tfiy    brief    sUy Those who own dogs are advised inent of twelve hundred million yen.   wa8 the duty of members to be pre- L virdTsiX'.   v.lue tl?9   cun *��vlou" ***** l�� &** ����x ******
north of the Tweed, 1 was fortunate by a well known authority ln    the      Witte considered the latter condi   pared    for    business     Mr.    Taylor l��� J,*"."      P                  * *     '     P ��lthw ���*���   Quaena   park   or   Albert
to be present   when   the   house   of city immediately    to burn    the    re- "on a veiled insistence on indemnity.  then took the floor, and argued for      wrtoriL-Omm to all members ol ^S^, and thrTO ln th* *���* "*
bishops was ln convention, and had maint.of an animal which may have When Witte    was   about   to   leave an hour and twenty minutes against  theISS^  seven shSuTat   600  (*LMoody P"k), and threj at Sap-
the opportunity of meeting the lead- died from rabies, as this will help to   Portsmouth   Col.   Roosevelt   tent  a  reciprocity.    After the devlslon. the   ���A^i���Te*   v*\L il��- cun to pe^,l��� at S^Perton park,
lng prelates at the series   of meet- minimise the danger of Infection.        cable to the czar, says the count, de-  ���remler Indicated that the    govern- 2J3l" P                   ' *     '      P          The date8> he thinks, should be ��-
. .     _._.      .w���    �����.      ma   .,._,���.   ..    .       _i..i__ ....  .   , .  .    v VVT^''     .ra .        ... tl��ly at the discretion of the coumB
Lieutenant-Governor's match ��� To hi�� Mon h.i�� *m ��i���" _'   ���_  ^T'
first      Alderman  Henley  reports the loss  clarlng the Japanese demand Justin*ment would    move   for a discussion
lngs, and learning from them
hand their various opinions of
province of  British Columbia.
la* has sent, and ls still continuing  GOVERNMENTAL ASSISTANCE
m"m   .  .       i...    ���. -=, FOR B. C. ZINC INDUSTRY
this of a very valuable dog,
Scot-
ats��i,fs2 a** **��� -��* b��� - ^ -"^.vanrsrss ~.*
to lend to the west,   her    strongest
sons and daughters, and though the
absence of tliem   must    be felt, we Nelson,   B.  C,   July   18.���Distinct
want them out here more than per- hopes    of    governmental    assistance
haps they do ln the old land*.    The which would improve the position of  would be available to continue   war.
lads snd lassies of Auld Scotland are the zinc mining Iniustry in the Koo-   The czar  made   a laconic   response
might bring about a loss of her pos
sessions ln Eastern Siberia.
A second cable was also sent in
forming the czar that flfty million
pounds sterling had been deposited
by Japan  In   American   banks   tba'
agreement.
I member,   of the   association;
j stage  seven .hot. each at 255,
all
flrst
500
Outbreak of Cholera.     M	
Montreal, July 19.���Two cases of shots each at ��uu,you ana iuuu yards,
Asiatic cholera have been discovered open to the highest 64 men ln the
on the Elder-Dempster steamship flrst stage; 84 prizes; value, $445;
Demdu and all the crew have been cup and medal to winner.
the folks who will do much to bull-i  tenay, were held out at the  .Liberal  that Russia's position was unchanged (1"aran lnea-	
up this  part of the  British  empire,  reciprocity  meeting  ln  this  city,  by  and  ordered   Witte  to   leave   Ports-
and the people over there feel    that Hon.  William  Templeman,  Dominion  mouth.      At   this   critical   juncture ln the Yellow Leaf-
though they are being separated from  minister  of  mine*.    Outside  of  one  Japan watvefl her demands.   This In- Leamington. Ont., July 18.���A man  prizes
their kith and kin, that they are when large mine, whose high grade ore ro-  cident IS satd to account/ tot the tall- ha" ai*a here at the advanced age of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ He came to Canada at   tbe ����e
hi. idea being to give one concert in
the centre of the city weekly, aad
one in the suburbs.    The music will
and 600 varda-  second    staee    seven   b�� ,0f * P��Pulsr character with    the
mui. ,.5J'��� _._^? ���..?.?:. ���!t���    assistance of a vocalist or dancer.   It
is found that even the most popular
music falls to sustain interest when
the efforts of the band are not sap-
plemented by those   of some outside
Vancouver   match Open to all attraction
members   of   the   associations;    ten
The  season  is  already  advancing.
*S��.^tg����y��g!J 61  and an ea"r.7 d'ecl.Ton^l.
value, $200; cup to winner.
Dawson'* match���Open to aft
band in  making a start with
aid   tbe
all Is said and done, merely travelling  P��ys shipment to a smelter In  Mia-   ure of Col. Roosevelt to visit Russia  113    H
across tha seas to another portion of souri, the sine industry of the Koo-  on his European tour. , ot ten yeara from England.
?SiSSf,l SaSSSSJfffS FURTHER RIOTIKO DUE      jCJUL RESOLVED TO PUSH
TO SEASMNS STRIKE WORK AROUND PORT MANN
that country  upon    which    the    sun tenay awaits being called Into being,
never sets.   It ls not, you know, like its large bodies of low grade zinc ore
going from
foreign   la*i.   ���^^^^^^^^^��� .^^^^	
the old days It would have been dlf- of the other metals.   Pending the dls-
ferent, but this Is no longer so.   Can- covery of a commercial   process for
ada Is, and I fhncy aTVays wfll    be smelting these  low grade refractory
strongly attached to the motherland zinc  ores,  experimentation   being  In j
and this being so, with the Journey progress by both the government���at
in t he speedy trains and fast travel- McOill  university���and by a   private
ling sleamshlps, being but a matter | company���at   Nelson,   the   Kootenay j
of a few days, there is no real rea- has pressed  fer the removal of the
son why the    stalwart    youths    and United States duty on zinc ore.   Hon. I
maidens should not go out Into the Wm.   Templeman   stated that, in ne-'
world, und though parted by a   few gotlatlng  the   reciprocity   agreement,
thousand  miles  remember  that  they Hon.  W. S.  Fielding, minister of   fll
are still under the good old    Union nance,   had   endeavored   to   secure.
MIS8 STEWART'S WEDDING.
Outbreaks at Antwerp    and    Cardiff  Consignment    of    Locomotives    Will
Necessitate Police Intervention
���Serious Results Feared.
Come  First  from  Wlnnipeg-r
Others Ordered in East.
seven aboU-.t ��M> ya**.; fl ^SL tL23��E5%.*%* TZL^T9
prizes;  value, $139; cup    toVlnner. ^?7h!P^aUd by A* cl?���� tor
Bankers' match-A>pen to alL jnem- ln* th* warm summer evenings.
bers;  ten shots   at   800   yards;    51 j
prizes;  value, $148. |       ^^^^^       ^^^^^^^^^
There are the    Individual matches      . ���,_,�������� ������M	
which are open to all members of the  ^ "gggi �������� g-J
t, ,       L        . , .     avenue, wnen their    onlv    daushtc-
getner,  mase an attractive program.  boDiB of   matrimony    to    Mr    Ga
Following is the time table for to-  SwaJn by Rev   A   ^ 0,n ^  ��J
ence of about forty guests.
to    9:10���Extra   series,   200
^^      Cardiff,    Wales,    July  19��� Serious'    Winnipeg, July 19��� It is announced
from    the   American   representatives  riots arising    out    of the seaman's here that the Canadian Northern rail
leaving      Edinburgh,    the  the free admission of line and lead   strike  caused  Injuries   to   policemen   way will remove a number of their
Jack."
bishopVeached" In The famous old ores Into thj United States, but unchurch of St. Johns, on Princess, successfully, the Interests on the
street a thoroughfare which the 0,her side being too strong. Hon.
bishop remarked rightly deserved to Mr. Fielding, however, the minister
be termed one of the most handsomo *��'<!, "Held out some hopes that
streets ln the WW* t0��� other changes might be made
In many of tbe leading  churches which would help the zinc ores of the  paiea'
and cathedrals of England Bishop de province."    The  possible   nature  or
Pencier was called upon to take the these changes was not divulged.        ���
service   and  In London  he preached Another   announcement   made   by
In  Holy  Trinity, Chelsea,  St.  Johns, the   Hon.   Mr.   Templeman  was  that
Kennlngton, St. JudeH, Kensington the estimates contained an approprl-
aml St   Peters Eaton square.               [atlon of $i>(HM) for the survey of the'
The Coronation. Columbia river from Its source to the
1   On  the  subject of tlie  coronation, Intcrnatipnal  boundary ln connection1
the bishop  was, as he expressed it, with the great project of making tho
day:
8:30
yards. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
9:10 to 10���Tyro match, 200 yards.
10 to 10:45 ��� Extra    series,    200
yards.
10:45    to 12���Nanaimo    and    Helmcken matches, 200 yards.
12 to 1���Luncheon.
and twenty civilians here yesterday,  locomotives   now    operating   on the
A warehouse was fired, and the crowd  western division, to Port Mann at an  mcken matches, 500 yards
1 to  2���Extra series,    500    yard..
2 to  3:30���Westminster  and    Hei
drank the liquor stolen.
Troops were summoned from   Newport.    Further  outbreaks  aie  antlcl-
early date. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tliey will also forward $300,000
worth of locomotives from the Canada Foundry company, Toronto, ln
the   immediate   future,   for   use  east
3:30
yards.
4
to   4:30���Extra    series,   600
Antwerp, July 19���A riot occurred  of the tidewater terminal
here during the unloading of a  Hed | ;
Star liner, and the pollce were
obliged to make use of their revolvers
to disperse the crowd.
matches, 600 yards!
Colonel    Currle,    of    Victoria,    is
| range officer.    Among the local men
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I who will be shooting are A. Menzies,
GOOD  WORK   FOR j W.   Sloan,  J.  C.  Chamberlin,  J.   H.
tmp runpruFC to nn   Vidal,    G.    Turnbull    and    possibly
THE CHURCHES TO DO  otherg    Several rifle shots are going
"     ��� | down  from  Westminster In  the role
almost afraid lo sioak.
Columbia   river   navigable,   which   I*
WILL UNVEIL TABLET I     ^ew York, Jul>'  17.���Many ot   the  of spectators.
TO WILLIAM PENN   llves   ,ost   during   the    present    hot'
���When  I look bsck nnd  think  of being    brought    before   the    l'nited, .������>������ ^.��� ���.... �� ,  .���
wlnit I witnessed of a thousand and   f^'c*  government by  the  states  of!     New  York, July 18��� The  Pennsyl-  the Inmates of the tenements, accord-1
one  spectacles,  I   can   hardly  appro
elate tha happenings. U
"I had decided naturally to take In Kootenay district.
the great event ns far as'witnessing
the procession to and from Westminster abbey and the passing of the
nobilities from the ruling houses of
the world, but you can imagine lay.
Washington  and  Oregon, and  before   vanla Society of New York wlll place  ing to Ladv  Johnstone,  wife   of the
tlie    Dominion   government   '
The bride was prettily gowned In
white silk trimmed with Maltese lace,
with the regulation veil and oraage
blossoms, and carried a bouquet of
bridal roses and fern. She" wore a
pearl and amethyst pendant, tke gift
of the groom.
She was attended by Mia* Mil Ire*
Calbick, and Mis. Agnes Stewart, of
Victoria, cousin of the bride, acted aa
flower girl. Both were daintily gowned In white embroidered mull. The
BB^B^BBB^B^BBBB^s| bridesmaid carried a shower bouquet
:30  to fi���Victoria and  Helmcken   #f  plnk   carnattons   and   fern,   white
immmm      ��1*1*   ****** the    fl0Wer    g|r]    ^^    g    DM^t   Of   SWCPt
peas and carnations.
The groom was supported by his
brother, Mr. B. Swain. The grabm's
gift to tbe bridesmaid was a peart
brooch, to the flower girl an engraved bracelet, and to the groomsman a pearl tie pin.
After the ceremony a dainty collation was served   on the lawn.
The bridal couple were the recipi-
its of many useful    and    beautiful
_____   -        - /presents,    which    testified    to    tbe
,    t i     10    vvhpn   Sheriff esteem ln which they were both held.
Montreal.   July   18,-When   Sherin      ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^
1 wave could have been saved had the  HISTORICAL PAPER8
churches been alive to their duty to' FOUND IN MONTREAL   ents of many useful
OBJECTIONS TO CHAN
TUNNEL  PAS8
let and 'or the ceremonies attendant
�������� iiiioKtuD ,*.,,      Paris, July  17���One result   of tho
what    wlll    I    say,   surprise when I  triumphant aeroplane flights from the ��l>onlts unveiling and dedication a.^
reamed that I was to be Invited    to  continent  to   England  nas  been  the in charge of n notable ta**&****
nttend  In the abbey  Itself, and  wit-  revival of t  e project for a tunnel un- committee,   of   which   Philander   C.
attend  In ��� ^  IMeI"' *��� ���   der the channel.    After the Invasion Knox ls honorary chairman; Andrew
that  of  London   by  a  battalion  of  conti- Carnegie,    chairman,    and    Admiral
the various ministerial bodies in the  ous papers of a very high
United  States  aroused.      She  wants   an  historical  point  of  view
and   of
the churche. thrown open to the pub- still  greater value for the collector.1. Lightning Kill. Player.
He for use during torrid spells. These   papers  related  especially   to *   Washington,  July   17.���Before  tbe
ness  the
worry you
with the details of
WOrrV      VUU       WIUI      IU*S     UCiailS      Ul ai**.a       ���                -.        "  - . mfmmmmSmm*        f*
morning  when  the  good   King    and  nenuil aeroplanes, lt ls Impossible to  ^rd Charles Beresford, G
Queen were crowned.    I    suppose   I  ��*  ��P the claim that Great Britain  K. C   B.. vice-chairman
Queen were crowned.    I    suppose
was a. nervous as many others who
were present.
"Owing* to my  seat being in the
Is safe from attack so long as   he.'
navy retains command of the sea.
What eleven aeroplanes could do Is
nave, number 147, Bectlon V 2, I did within the power of one thousand,
not see the actual crowning of either Hence, even without a tunnel, the
the king or queen, but on their way-
Ambassador Whltdlaw Reid wlll unveil the tablet and Dr. Robinson, vicar of All Hallows Barking church,
wlll officiate nt the dedication ceremonies with the members of th" ln-
the ternational committee. An elaborate
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" nrayers
will mark the dedication. The lord
mayor of London will atend ln state.
.u> ��u. ��. hu*���., uu. ���,. luc.,  �����, navy   1"   Powerless   to   prevent    ...,
to the throne and coming back, their enemy  from Attacking, not only  the  choral  service  and   sr-eclal
majesties  passed close to my chair. English coast towns, but London lt-   -'",  "",rV  "" rt��"""��t|on
At the levee at Buckingham palace, Belf-
to which I was Invited, I repeatedly. Consequently the sole valid objec-
saw both their majesties as "well as tIon t0 the tunnel, namely, the mill-
the younger members of the royal taT objection, exists no longer, and
household, and then I think I really lt ls considered that the sooner a sub-
learned for the flrst time why lt Is marine tunnel Is constructed the bet-
that the British king, queen and tho ter tor both the English and French
members of his immediate family are commercial worlds. This suggestion
so popular with their subjects. To iB now warmly jvelcomed , on both
stand  and  Bee the  Prince of Walei 8l(les of the channel.
"I got the ltfea of using churches early Montreal and French Canada, eyes of ���cores of society women aid
for the poor ln hot weather from the many documents bearing signatures men in official life, J. B. Johnson, of
custom In  Copenhagen.  Denmark, of  of    Malsonneuve,    Lambert    Closse,  ����*  jork, recently appointed soUci-
Jeanne  Mance,  Iberville,  notary  Ad- -tor  of   tbe   navy   department,   waa
hemard and notary Basset, are with struck by lightning y��d*rdny and In-
ty papers. stantly   killed.     Johnson   haa   bee.
In a letter written today to the at- Ptaytag golf with a companion anl
torney-general, by the sheriff, It Is was ln the open. His companion and
suggested to create a department of his caddy, n dozen yards away, were
...B ���.��. am��� ���KF_...���B ���.���... archive., connected with the court- knocked down, but were uninjured.
list as the result of this last hot house, which could be under the care Johnsons body was badly burnel.
wave suggested that tf the churches of a person, qualified to look after _-llo__T7; ccrnweov .*~--^
everywhere were opened up for the the classification of the document ojubth^l. recovery AFTcH
noor. many lives might have been and their protection against possible
saved. '' thieves.    As many  of  those   papers
"Instead of living In   unventllated
using them   In the   winter to protect
the  destitute   from   the   cold,"  said
Lady Johnstone.    "It seemed   to me  the dusty papers.
that  lf  the   edifices  were   adaptable
for the one  use, they would be   for
the other.
"Reading over the appalling  death
FALL OF SIXTY FEET
8HORT TIME  IN THE !       	
WASHINGTON   MILL8   low-celled,  stuffy  bedrooms  with  not
��� | a brpatli of air. In the tenement dis
tricts, the families might have been
enloylng rest nnd air In a nearby
c*jrch. The church mleht.be cleaned every morning at a'nomlnnl cost."
or the other, princesses and  minces
mingling with the crowd   of   Invited
The Pall  Mall Gazette, In discussing the subject, says the lnercantll"
p-nests, and all the time at their ease  ordnhm    of    both  the    British    and
Seattle. Tu'v 19���Tbe sMne-'e mnn1'
fncturers of Western Washington will
close their mills every Saturday dur-
tne tbe remainder of the year, or
until the market Imnroves. Prices
are lower than ever before.
could command a good price In the' Vancouver, July IS.���Angns Mae-
market, manv precautions are taken Kenzle, while working on the grand
to keep them ln safetv. stand at Hastings park, fell this atter-
,   l noon to the ground,   a   distance   ot
sixty feet.    It is doubtful If be will
and laughing nnd chr.ttlng like ordln-
jtrv commoners, shows that we of
thii great  Empire have much to be
French ls stoutly ln favor of lt. In
Paris the delegntes of the British
Chamber of Commerce,  who are at-
New  Protective Cruiser.
Ottawa. July IR.���Plans have been
started  here  for a protected  cruiser
thankful for.   His majestv struck me  tending   the   Imperial   Trade   confer-  to be used In the fishery protectUn
ns being a man from whom we. can  encc- would express a united voice on   service   on   the   Pacific   coast.    Tho
(Continued on Page Five.)
t'ie subject If It were on the agenda  sl'e and cost of the vessel hav? not
tor discussion.
yet been determined.
Denies Report.
"   New York. July  18.���The Rev.  Dr.'
' Charles F. Aked has sent to the Asso-
j elated  Press the  following telegram.
: dated San Francisco, July  17:    "The
statement  in today's papers, said  to
-��� I be telegraphed from N'ew   York,   at-
19.���Yesterday even- tiibutlng to me offensive observations
lis to the coldness of New York people, is sheer Invention -nd I am under such lifelone obligation of gratitude to New York that I deplore this
paragraph."
POWDER   BLAST  KILLS
ONE   AND  INJURES  MATE
July
Ine John Pecl""Rn �����?��� kll'erl -nl
Alev. Mvers seriously lnjured,~t)y a
powder blast here in the tosle mines
Pec'Ti^n's head was "Mattered and
his body badly mangled.
. Lower Mercury Reading. ���
��� The      shade      temperatni* ���
��� showed a maximum of 83 de- ���
��� grees yesterday, a eons! 'eribte ���
��� falling off from Monday, when ���
��� 90.4    was    realster���8   by   the ���
��� official thermometer. ���
��� .
 ��������������������������������
m PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1*11.
REID, CURTIS & DORGON
706 Columbia SL
11 HOUSE on Tenth    avenue,   Burnabv
side, flve rooms, 50x1bO foot lot to
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  lane;   perfectly cleared, high, vie*,
WANTED���A MAN TO DRIVE   DE-j    property;      building   new.     91700,
livery    rig.    Apply    Queens    Meat]    |500 cash.
Market, Columbia street.
,    , SAPPERJON home, short block from
WANTED���A ROUTE BOY FOR ED- j Vancouver and city cars, size of lot
monds district. Apply Dally Newsj 45x120; has six rooms, all brand
office. new.   $1600, $500 cash.
WANTED TO BUY-A MODERN SIX | TENTH  avenue home    near    Second
or seven roomed cottage    on .full,     street,  on   large  piece    of  ground,
sized lot. cleared.    State price'and I     106x132  feet;   house has Just  been
terms to X. Y. Z��� Dally News office. |     rebuilt    and    Is  very    comfortable
' -  "i shape;   ground
WANTED���YOUNG   MA|I   AGED   26^     j1000 Cash.
all ln    crop.    $2600,
desires
grapher
position.      expert    steno
and    typist,    bookkeeper
grapher    and    typist,    booKKeeper,.
flrst class commercial training, rea j REID, CURTIS & DORGON
--. .aS_\*____a___W\ A /I Ht" I n{ 1^
sonable  salary   accepted.
Box Y. M., News ofllce.
AddresB
WANTED  KNOWN���MILLER'S  EM-j
ployment    office,    No.    8    Begbie.
strc%t,  supplies men  for all large
Jobs ln this vicinity.   Phone 624.      I
706 Columbia St.
NOTICE.
I,     William     Frederick    Gardiner,
_,������,���    I architect, beg to    announce    that    I
. '  "  have severed my connection with the
OUR   SHINGLES   ARE   A   LlTTLU.|flrm Qf 0ardiner> Mercer & Gardiner,
better than ls necessary.   You can,      .......     ��.__.    ���.������.���i������,���,      t��
Uy them cheaper.    They make    a
better roof.    Westminster Mill Co
Ltd Call 860. Box 1003. If yoJ
orefer onler them with your turnip J,Vough Small A Bucklin.
architects, New Westminster. In
future all personal letters to be addressed to me at 347 Pender street.
Vancouver, where I shall continue to
practice. ���
Dated July 15, 1911.
FRANCHISE MU8T
NOW BE EXERCISED
Rome, July 17.���A ne*c phase ol
the tussle between the Italian government and tbe vatlcan is marked by
tbe proposal to enforce the franchise
on all Italians who are qualified.
Every male who can read and write
is now to be Included on the register
and made to vote.
Up to now an education test has
been applied, and even then the papal
prohibition known as the non.expedlt
kept thousands from the polls; so
that at the last election barely more
than 0U per cent of the electors
voted.
Just under two millions ot imperfectly educated voters wlll be added
gradually to the registers by the new
measure. The addition will be slow
because many of these eligible wlll
be reluctant to qualify and the government disapproves of universal
adult suffrage at this stage.
To meet the new prospect It Is said
the clerical leaders are planning to
introduce blank ballot papers for the
secret use of Catholics, so that they
can nullify their enforced appearance at the booths and remain true
to the papal orders.
FOR SALE���600 CHOICE BUILD
ing lots ln New Westminster and
Burnaby. We will make special
terms aud  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
the new car line begins this property will double ln value immediately. The Wright Investment Co.,
Ltd., 1110 Dominion Trust building,
Vancouver, 613 Columbia Btreet,
New Westminster.
FOR SALE ��� CORD WOOD, DE-
Hvered to any part of city. Apply
G. J., Dally News office.
OF
two
FOR     SALE���A     QUANTITY
white Leghorn hens, one and
yeara old. Apply Samuel Wilkinson,
Sixth street, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���A NINE ROOM HOUSE
modern, corner of Royal avenue
and Granville street. Apply Owner,
on premises.
FOR SALE���ONE FIVE
six room house with
conveniences. Apply
avenue. ��
TO ftBNT���FOR SUMMER HOLI
daya at White Rock, two three
roomed tents and one four roomed
cottage. Apply immediately to
White, ShUes & Co., real estate
brokers, Columhla street. Phcne
15.
FOR SALE���THIS IS A SNAP FOR
a few days. A bungalow close to
city (new) on cleared lot. Price
$1350. Terms, $225.00 cash; balance 6, 12, 18 months at 7 per cent.
Hatt-Cook, 527  Front street
AND ONE
all modern
214     Sixth
I HOOD FLOUR
tisw&
THT
o!
choice Wheat used in the milling
Robin Hood Flour mates it the
most nutritious food in thc world���And a
sack of Robin Hood Flour will make
more loaves than any other brand on the
market.
Robin Hood Flour I. told on �� ^nt**yhar\ ��*���*_.���
 ^M nn*c< bail*   �� wr���un (utruu�� I. every .a^k.
BQB.N ��0��
knumt1"' R0BIN H0OD FLOUR��� MADE IN MOOSE JAW
%#"%,
MlM.        ****
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W 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. O. P. A. Local Agent.
Vancouver.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Avenue. Phone 567
NEW WE8TMIN8TER B.C.
*jjjr
mnmiun mm
B.C. Coast Service
Composer Dies Singing.
Chicago, July 17.���Singing snatches
from one of   his   own   compositions,
John   P.   Jones,   noted   Welsh    composer and vocalist, dted yesterday at
the    age, of    88.      The    17-year-old
granddaughter of the composer played at the piano.     The audience was
made up of the four maiden   daugh-j
ters  of  Mr.  Jones,  all   teachers   ln,NEW
Chicago   public   schools,   who   have
kept house for him for many years,
and    several    other    relatives    and
friends.
DEATH VALLEY YAWNS
FOR LATEST VICTIMS
SEE McELROY
for sewer connections
'Phone R672
UNITED  BROTHERHOOD
OF CARPENTERS
Meet every Monday In Labor hall,
8, p.m.
F. H. Johnson, business agent office. Blair's Cigar store. Office phone
L 508, Reaidence phone 601.
STRIKES OF RICH ORE
SEND FRESH ARMY OF GOLD
SEEKERS TO DOOM ON BARREN WASTES.
Rhyollte, Nev., July 18.���Storiea of
new discoveries of rich oute toppings
of ore in the Panamlnts ha v�� girted
a stream of prospectors toward that
region. Many of them are marching
to certain death. Only the most desperate or the most foolhardy will attempt to reach the Panamlnts
through this gateway at this season.
The heat of Death Valley in the summer  months is  fatal.      Even   those
ly die from heat or thirst. As the
fever possesses them they Invarluhly
strip to tbe skin and ln their crazed
condition they commence to travel in
a circle. This circle grows less and
less until the victim falls from exhaustion and dies ln convulsions.
Dayton started to an outfitting
point lu California for supplies. He
drove a six-horse team.    He waa fa-
blows along the valley like a blast
from a furnace.
A little cracker box on one of the
trails gives the name of one of the
most noted victims of the furies of
Death Valley. He was Jack Dayton,
for years tbe manager of a ranch
near one of the BmaU oases bordering
the valley. This ranch was maintained as a resting place for Borax,
QTOVV     U     SI'.-UUinc     lip.iwi mmm      m mm.    m-. ..      .
miliar with the trials, but tbe heat Smith's famous mule teams In the
deranged htm and in his delirium he freighting season and it would be a
left the wagon and crawled under ���' delightful spot were It not for the
j mosquito b^sh. where his b*5Z7 wai' excessive heat during the summer
found  by a  searching party  twenty-   months.   It ls 200 feet below the level
two days later. The horses had circled around the wagon in search ot
relief and died ln their harness.
Their skulls now border Dayton's
grave.
Dog Survives Ordeal.
Dayton's dog alone survived. This
faithful animal bad found a water-
seep nearly two miles away and made
dally trips to the place. He sustained himself on the flesh ot the horses.
When the rescuing party came upon
ot the sea and the ranch house is surrounded by fruit trees of a semi-
tropical character and is supported
by a well-kept garden. Water Is conducted to the house through an Iron
pipe from a spring, and this pipe be
comes so hot in the rays of the sun
that for several hours the water that
discharges into a kettle is of sufficiently high temperature to boll an
egg.
mer  months is  fatal.      Even   those   �����"��"��� ������� ���yv��~j�� *.��� **  *���r��� -��������
best equipped and most familiar with  Dayton's outllt  the dog waa beside TO TEACH THE POOR
���     w. m����t��r'a hodv and with difficulty, TO LENI
F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
desert travel find it a supreme task to
cross Death Valley during July or
August. The wealtfi" of the Panamlnts, which mountains can be
reached from the west with comparatively small dlscomfprt even in summer, cannot be sufficient to compensate anyone for the risk of a   trip
hls master's body and with difficulty
was persuaded to leave after the
body of Dayton haa been buried. The
dog had fought the coyotes and vultures away.
TO LEND TO POOR
New York, July 17���Alphonz  Des-
]ardlns, a French-Canadian banker, of
Death Valley haa fought back the Levis, Quebec, has come to New Eng
prospector for more than forty years.
More hardy ones who have croffiel
^^^^       M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST
Phone S61.
BLOCK.
saie   anyone   iur   nits   no*   ui   a    ui|> imuiv   Haiu;    aj*i**.a    -,..v   ��m..v   ^.armma..
from the Nevada side to that region the dreary waste have been so ener-
this time of the year.   If he   is not vated that lt must be a very promls-
overcome by tbe heat he will sicken lng prospect to stimulate the body-
at the sight of the graves that line fagged and brain-heated   adventurer,
the blistering trails.    And there wlll Some of these men remain for a few
be many a fresh mound made at the weeks and return to settlements   so
close  pf summer  unless  the   better full of stories of the hardships  that
Box 772  judgment  Bf  men   prevail    and   the  they   overlook   for  a  time  the
full
ROOM TO RENT���COMFORTABLE
furnished room and board with private family; use of phone and bath
Gentleman required. Three mln
utes from post office. $35 a month
Apply A., Dally News office.
TO BENT���FURNISHED ROOM, 610
Agnes stieet.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED    ROOMS,
suitable fo;  light housekeeping. Ap-
 ply Alex. Speck, 711 Front street.
TO RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
furnished for two gentlemen, bath
room and modern conveniences,
Copeland, 511Vfc Eighth street.
TO RENT���ONE SUITE OF HOUSE-
keeping room, furnished or unfurnished; also room for two gentlemen.    Apply 224 Seventh street.
FROM VANCOUVER.
FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Dally, except Tuesday
1:00
TO RENT���SPLENDID NEWLY
furnished rooms in Cliff block, on
'Sixth street, one block from Columbia street. Apply the Misses Chapman, room 2, third Iloor.
TO KENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms, with board. Apply 55 Itoyai
avenue.
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.
tl p.m   July 18, 22, 20
For Queen Charlotte Islands.
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:fin a.m. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday.
Leave   Chilliwack.   7:00   a.m.   Tuesday.   Thursday,   Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
to
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W,  BRODIE,
O. P. A.. Vancouver
TO RENT ���FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply to A.
ll. Ferguson, Pythian Hall Building.
FOR RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
LOST���ALI, BLACK MILKING COW,
one broken horn. Return to Anglo-
American Lumber company, Vancouver.
LOST���GOLD OPEN FACE WAL-
tham watch, chain and locket with
monogram W. N, C. Suitable reward given by returning same to
McBride & Clarke, Collister block.
tX)ST ��� A HALF SOVEREIGN
brooch last Thursday night. Finder
kindly return same to Daily News
office, and oblige.
LOST���A SORREL HORSE. WHITE
face.    Reward given.    Any Informs-
\ tlon should be sent to Royal City
Dye Works.
FOUND-B.  C.  II-  S.  PIN.    LOSER
jfe    call   Kt J*wa   office   and   receiv?
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready tojopen a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.    ::    ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
enter through California
These   periods   ot   excitement   are
quadrennial.   The last activity in this
, region was in 1907, when a number of
Applications are   invited   for   the newspapermen   and   prospectors   set
position of mounted constable at $75   out from  here to attempt  to locate
      ...     per   month.    Applicants   state   see, j "Scotty's mines" or prove that "Scot-
pm'    Dally height,    weight,    present   occupation  ty" was a faker.    They did not suc-
For Seattle. and experience.   None but men with; ceed in either, but their visit to the
10"00 am ... Dally previous mounted experience need ap-  *--*-***-.. .��� ....... .
--'--      *...... ply.     Applications   accompanied    by
testimonials to be sent to the undersigned on or before noon of Monday,
Julv 17th Inst.
WILLIAM GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
Municipal  Hall, Edmonds, B.C.
land to show the poor man how to
borrow from other poor men. He
jrants all workers to band together
Into "bill paying clubs."
"The average worklngman," says
Mr. Desjardlns, "first earns more
than he can spend wisely, then he
earns just enough for the wants of
himself and family, cad finally he
earna less than he needa. By Intro-
.��- -��� ovaries  bealn to  zrnw  unon  duclng credit unions we hope to edu-
' prospect     satisfactorily     elsewhere.   can ,��* *-?t the ���
They remember more of the ledge. ev��"ly '"" ffi ft ' *.m Tco-on
they found across Death Valley and       A credlt upion to re,U>  a C(M>P
less of the terrors of the trail. They
believe lt easier to make   a second
trip than tbe other, and aet off again
for that forbidden region.     But the
ueeu m nuier, uui meir non io m��  story ls the same.    They find   out-
forbidden rregion Btarted a stampede  croppings  but  they   are,  as  before,' - .  ,      - ���
to the Panamlnts that caused more  lacking ln zeal and shorn of strength,  Free Posting Agalnat White Plagua.
suffering  than  had  been  known   in and they return to recuperate and to     /w._.    j���i���  i7__ti.���   ninnn>t��r>
JUUgUlCUl       Ul       fUWl*       ,1*1 ���*-�������*        uiiu LISU-    luuj        V�� *il iwwi*        ��va       u      i ������������%,      v��
NEW WESTMINSTER   B   C \ arSonauts  def��^r  IHelr  triv  unttl  au"   value of the flnde they made.   Then
'    '    '        | tumn or change their course Id a" to  "--  ���*'-'""���--'���  �����i-  �����
eratlve people's bank, and an organization where everybody is on terms
of intimacy. A credit upion lt not a
labor union, but labor unions are good
places to start credit unions."
Choice Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Pork and Ve?J
AT THE
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve         fi,900,000
Tlie Hank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from tlie
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, aUo lu
Porto Rico. Trinidad, Bahamas,
NKW YORK und LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities In ttie World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New  Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
5���Asylum.
ti���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Opera  House,  Lorne  street.
1)���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  antl   Park   Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
16���Royal  Columbian   Hospital.
21���Queen's avenue and Third.
2:t���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
24���Third avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and Fourth.
20���Fifth avenue and Kighth.
27���Third  avenue and  Tenth.
H2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
36���Columbia and  McKenzie.
.'iti���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small and Bucklin Mills.
4:i���B. C. B, R. Railway Car Shops.
45���Kighth avenue ancl Twelfth.
40���Sixth avenue and Tentli.
that region  for many   years.     Just  dream some more,
how many lives were sacrificed can-1
not be estimated, but fully a score of
men  who passed through this   camp
with outfits for the trip across Death
Valley   were  never  heard  from   and
several are known to have perished,  i
Desert  Name Appropriate. I
Death Valley lies between the Fu-
nerai mountains and tbe Panamlnts,
near the southwestern boundary of
Nevada, in California.    It is approp
No man can cross Death Valley
during the daylight % midsummer.
No animal ls sufficiently hardy to do
so. The trips are made invariably by
night and the trail ls often lined
with rattlesnakes that crawl into the
dirt when the sun goes down and
strike viciously at every passing object. Burros are often struck but
these   hardy   creatures   seldom   show
Nevada, ln California     It la approp-   the ���, effects of a bite Other than a
!lat.e^ !La.mf^and,Jn Ju,y.?nd Aug,!ft   few  hours of  llstlessness.      Prospectors  protect  themselves  with   heavy
Ottawa, July 17.���The Billposters
of Canada concluded their convention
here. Before closing the association
decided to grant the Anti-tuberculosis
society $25,000 worth of advertising
space through Canada. All the society wlll have to do will be to provide the posters, and they will be
posted free on the spaces in all the
cities and towns in Canada which
have representatives on the association, which means nearly all the
cities and towns of Importance ln this
country.
The valley lies from twenty to nearly   boots
300 feet  below sea level ;iud the heat _     mm    .,,  .��� , n^��.  c.li.rt �����  Work
arising  from   the   mighty  stretch   of, M"* Travel by Night. Dodge Failed to Work.
sand and borax is intolerable. It' The best beaten trail across Death Wlnlsor, Ont., July 17���Ah the re-
burns into the brain and so depresses Valley ls seventy-five miles long. It suit of a tip by a foreigner who wa<j
the sufferer that those who escape requires three nights with team, or rejected when he attempted to cross
find it impossible to convey to others four "" '
a fair idea of the horrors. Water, of
course,
trails and
that carried]	
sipid that it is nauseating. | sice!)  is  impossible   to   the   average  the men were employed in the Mich!-
There are three known trails across man, for when tlie sun arises the heat gan Central yards or at the docks. It
Death Valley, and these are marked increases untll it ranges for ei(/it or is supposed they crossed from De-
with little heaps of sand tbat cover ten hours from 120 to 136 degrees in trolt by dressing as workmen and
tlie bones of luckless adventures, the shade. This heat Is intensified .carrying dinner palls. They have
Men who perish on tlie desert usual-
ires tnree nigncs  witn   team, or rejected when he attempted to cross
.......   with burros, to cdver this   dis from Windsor the Canadian immigra-
tance, the days being spent at small tlon   officers   yesterday   rounded   ���������'
..,.,,....    V.,.1,.,.       m.Ummm    .a.m..     ,,.,,.11.,    m.mtm    ' mrnrnam     .Ul.l...      -_      .1	
the
by
shade.     This  heat  Is
a   strong    wind   that
Invariably  been  deported.
In    tbe    "Toyinaher" Tonight at    the Oiera  House:     Muriul  Bradley,
land an J Grace Reads.
Dixie  Blair, Josie  Hart,  Edith    Sutlier-
���-#sM*r*     --���'-��� f* ���.***** '.-ojjs. . WEDNESDAY, JULV 1$, 1111.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
��
Wanted!
Tenders for clearing and ditching
222 acres of land. Plans can be seen
at Diamond & Corbould'B office,
rooms 1 aud 2 Lavery block, Columbia
street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
UBoe 'Pnone lib.     Barn 'Pbone ISI
Begbie Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   3��
aay part ol tba city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TKAM  DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WESTMIN8TER. B.C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8K to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  63.
Tenth  SL,  New  Westminster.
COUNTERFEITERS
HAVE DIFFICULTY
IN TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE
BANK OF ENGLAND ��� DEATH
PENALTY U8ED IN SOME
COUNTRIES.
and several of tbe large banks of Issue have civil engineers ln charge of
their bureau of engraving and print-1
lng���though   what   connection    there
may be between engineering and engraving ls a mystery.    Many Italian
banknotes   are   easy   to   counterfeit.
ni Bank of Spain has of late aban-!
doned its own plant, because Its notes
were   imitated   so    successfully    that |
counterfeits   were   accepted    by   the
bank   without   question.      A   private
concern  now   does   the  work.       The
Bank of Greece now uses the Amerl-
MB  method,  having  had  sad  experiences with notes of Austria, German ]
and English fashioning.
Can  Be Counterfeited.
A   myth  that   probably  will    never I
I die tells us that the note of the Bank;
of  England cannot  be counterfeited.
As a matter of fact, they can be imi-
Restores Faded and Gray Hair
to Natural Color���Itchijjg
Scalp Quickly Stopped,
Model Bakery
K. C. Mark *%, Sons
Corner  Fourth  Ave. and  Second  SL
Wholesale and Retail Bread Merchants. Shipping orders receive careful attention.
Phone 436.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       814,400,000.00
RESERVE   12,000,000.00
Branches throughout    Canada   rnd
Newfoundland,  and  In  London,  Eng- j
land. New Tork, Chicago and Spokane, |
U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A general!
banking    business    transacted.    Letters of Credit Issued,   available   with
correspondent, ln   all   parts ot   the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit,
received In sum. of fl and upward,
and Interest alio wei at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present r*te).
Total   Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office: Princess St
Washington, July 18.���Paul Revere
was the first American banknote artist, and from the Time of the chartering  of  the  Bank  ot  North   America
under the  direction  of  Robert  Morris, in 1781, up to the present, Amerl-, J" 7eadV en7ugh7\V7lttie "HI
can engravers have excelled not only  att       t ,��� made to     otect the note9i
in  the  art stic quality  o    their   de-  ���        ��� lhe tt8e ot a water-mark pa-
signs, but In their provisions against The water.mark can  be  ea8lly
counterfeiting.                                           copied.    A  sensitized   gelatine   film.
Flr.t Banknote..                   | goaked In  cold  water, after  contact,
Marco Polo found bank notes ln with an original water-mark, will
China ages ago, printed on paper show every detail in clear relief. A!
made from the bark of the mulberry thin film, of copper deposited uponf
trees. One of the notes, upon which this forms the basis upon which a
the great Venetian traveller himself matrix jn celluloid is made. If a
may have gazed, Is on exhibition at sheet of paper ls pasted upon this
this day ln the office of an American matrix and rubbed with glass, the
company, lt is one of a series ls- exact water-amrk is reproduced. Nev-
sued by the Ming dynasty about 1399 ertheless. the shadow of the hang-
A.D. ��� "current anywhere under man still seems to deter English
heaven"���and   seems   to  have   been  counterfeiters.
printed from wooden blocks���a big-1 One practical safeguard of great er-
ger surface than any man could fectlveness is the custom of the Bank
cover with both hands outstretched. I of England to cancel every note that
It ls good for "one string of cash.", is returned to the bank and Issue an-
The provision against forgery ls sim- other In its place. This and the prac-
pie to the point of severity���"Coun-1 tice of keeping a record of the num-
'terfeiters hereof will be executed.' bers of all bank notes used ln every
Persons giving Information of coun- business establishment, keeps alive a
terfeiters will be rewarded with taels k��en sense of responsibility, which
250. and, ln addition, will receive the ��dds to security. The custom of cir-
property belonging to the criminal." culatlng soiled banknotes, of course,
The head of the emperor who gave 8lves the counterfeiter his best op-
the order and the lopped heads of the .portunity. Forgery ls much mora
counterfeiters have long since mould- readily detected In a crlsp.stlff, new
ered into impalpable dust, the prop- bl11 than ln a rumpled dirty one. The
erty of the criminal vanished and United States government recently
left not so much as a shade, but the has begun to wash old notes, press
faded old bank note, pressed between ,liem and restore them to circula-
sheets of glass and framed in carved tIon- Probably the process of evolu-
teak, still croaks Its hard warning t,on w,u lead us ln t,me t0 depend
to him who can understand" it. i uP��n the printing  press rather than
the laundry.
New Transfer Process. |     fhe AmerIcan Bty]e of bauk noteg
Another great government ha. has become tbe standard In the coun-
placed much dependence upon deatn tries of Central and South America,
as a deterrent to Imitators of Its The experience of the Brazilian gov-
promises to pay. When Jacob Per- ernment led the way to this, after
kins, of Newburyport, Mass., invented 'various disappointments. First the
the method of transferring designs much-vaunted Austrian system was
from hardened steel plates to steel tried, the notes being engraved and
cylinders and retransferrlng to flat printed in England under that sys-
plates, thus enabling the engraver to tem. They proved a complete fall-
devote the time necessary to accom- ure. Counterfeiters flourished. The
pllsh his best work in the original Brazilians tried banknotes made in |
and reproduce it at will, the new pro- France and these were promptly and |
cess aroused International Interest, extensively Imitated as soon as the
Mr. Perkins and his associates went counterfeiters could get their plates
to London ln 1819, at the instance of and"" paper ready. Brazil tried Ger-
the British minister at Washington, man and English establishments, but
to help Bank of England to issue still without securing protection to
notes not easily counterfeited. But tbe banknote circulation, ana. at last
the conservative old bank refused tb turned to tbe United States add found
adopt the new method, preferring, as a type of bill practically impossible
one of the Americans said, to rely up- to counterfeit. So it is no boast, but
on the hangman rather than the en- a mere record of fact to state that
graver. Nevertheless, the English be- America makes the best banknotes
gon ln time to follow American meth-' In the world,
ods.  after the  geometric   lathe   had
t This applies to Wyeth's Snge nnd Snl-
l'liur Hair Remedy, for if It does not do |
exactly what is claimed for it. the sales i
would   naturally   drop   off.     Haft-ever,
Wyeth's Snge aud Sulphur Hnir Remedy
docs "make good,"  0s evidenced  hy its
dolly  increaxing snles.      Druggists   nny
thnt this preparation givos tbe lx-st satis*
faction of any hnir remedy cer rold.
Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Is <!cnn sad
wholesome and perfectly harmless.    It
remove* dandruff, strengthens the hnir.
gives new life to dull or pnrrhed hnir.
nnd gradually,restores gray hnir to nnt-
iiinl eolor.
This prepnrntion Is offered to the
pbbltc st fifty eents a bottle, and Is
recommended nnd sold by all druggists.
Special Agents, D. S. Curtis ant
H. Ryall.	
i     am-���^sssssSsjssssssst
many on the subject of Morocco and
the sending of a German warship to
Agadir, it is understood that they are
progressing favorably, and tliere ls
no fear at present of strained relations between the two powers. In addition to the whole-hearted support
of Great Britain, Russia has spared
i)o efforts on behalf of France. On
two occasions, at St. Petersburg and
at Berlin respectively, Russia has
made known her complete agreement with the French point of view.
The Moroccan foreign minister,
Mohammed Sidi El Moki, who is now
in Paris, said in an interview today
that the German, like the Spanish
intervention in Morocco was not justified. On the other hand the despatch of a French column to Fez was
necessitated by the revolution in that
section, and was requested by the
sultan.
**�����.
For   Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GO TO
IPJBURNS & CO.
'fhonelOl. 645 Columbia St.
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Screen Doors,
Refrigerators,
Garden Hose
Lawn Mowers.
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.
N. P. Issues Booklet.
Fresh from the press and fully up
to Its usual standard of excellence,
the Northern Pacific ls sending out
coples of a new booklet describing Its
transcontinental train service in detail. The booklet is plentifully 11-
lustrated with cuts of interior and exterior of equipment, accompanied by
description and diagrams of the cars.
It is a very enticing piece of printed
matter for the tourist.
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 POR OUR LIST8.
W. R. GILLEY, Phono 122.
a E. GILLEY, Phon* 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Kick Fatal to Child.
Sunnydale, July 17.���Altheo Vlnce
died on Saturday morning at the hospital at North Yakima. His father is
hurrying from London. The child
was kicked at school about a year
ago and had been operated On several times since.
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,    PRESSED    BRICK    AND
FIRE BRICK. ��rft-i'-'-
 '��� ��� ��� ��� ��� . , ,	
MOROCCAN  SITUATION
HAS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED
Paris, July 16.���While the strictest
been invented by Asa Spencer, of
New London. Conn., and improved by
Cyrus Durand.
The    governments    of    continental
Europe depend exclusively upon color  secrecy is being maintained as to the j
work to protect their paper currency,  pour parlers between France and Ger-;
* HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd.
MONTREAL���QUEBEC.
TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND
Shortest Route to London on 12,000
Ton Floating Palaces.
Next   Sailings  from   Montreal:
ROYAL EDWARD  JULY 12
ROYAL GEORGE  JULY 26
ROYAL EDWARD  AUG. 9
r Rates of Passage:
lst  Class,  $fl0.00  and upwards   ,
2nd Class, $51.25 and upwards
Srd  Class,  Bristol or London, 131.25
Further Information  from Ed Goulet, C. P. H. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH MAYER8
Phone 106.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
The clever comedian, Ferris  Hartmatl.  In  tho  "Toyr.ia!.er"  at the Opera
House Tonight.
Por Up-to-date
RINTING
P
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARD8LEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers  and  Wholesale Dealera In
Fir, Cedar  and  Spruce Lumber
Phonaa No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
GO TO
Jackson Printing Co'y
Estimates given on any kind of Job
printing.
Thompson Block. Phone 388.
E. M. CURTIS. R. C. TUDOR.
Fresh Sanitary Milk
IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES
Delivered to any part of the city.   Bott'ed on the Mountain Meadows
Sanitary  Farm,  Huntingdon, B.C.
FRASER VALLEY DAIRY
Phone 490. 628 Clarkson Street.
One Night, Wednesday,
July 19
The Biggest and Best Musical Comedy Offering of thc Entire Year
FERRIS HARTMAN
and his
Superb
Company
IN
II
MAW
W
m
Muk by Andrea
A Little Journey to the Lend of Make-Believe
WITH
WALTER DE LEON
AND
MISS "MUGGINS" DAVIES
Toi.th.r with a
SO���-Singing and Dancing Co. of������SO
Prices $1 .OO 75c. and 50c.
Seats on sale at MacKenzie's Pharmacy.
L
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1
MGsroui
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THE DAILY NEWSL
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911.
the Daily News
by The Daily News Publlsh-
Coapany, Limited, at their offlces,
of   McKenzie   and   Victoria
Streets.
A. patge Managing Director
A HEEDED  IMPROVEMENT
The proposed improvement of Bur ,
mby Lake is an undertaking   wHlchj
part
of   this,
concerns a very large
province, the whole of the coast sec
Hm in fact. Burnaby Lake is the
largest sheet of open frssh water in
thia part of British Columbia, and as
auch possesses a value to the people on the mainland as a means of
pleasure and as an object of beautfr,
iU scenic surroundings being picturesque and beautiful. Its commer
rial value in connection with log-
gins and sawmill operatlops has long
been recognized. But at present the
real value of this splendid sheet of
water to the people generally is much        _. ._���-.   nrrntT
discounted    Nature, in her own stfjd, {.AKLILM    jLlRLl
and beautiful way has covered a large
portion of the lake with giant lillies
and otlier aquatic plants, and decked
tke margin with sedge and rush and
marsh weed, whilst the bottom contains an accretion of filth and mud
many feet ln depth.   The outfloj^ of
the lake Into the Brunette riveris inf.
a very similar condition, this being j
aggravated by an accumulation of. de-1
bria of all  kinds,'including the   re-j
mains of some old logging dams. The |
result is that in the summerr. there
Important to Grocers and Consumers!
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.
RcirisK-rcit
Tra,!i>-Mark
The New 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
a       1 ���
BODIES RELIGIOUS
court  that  it judged   in secret   and cials will be very gratifying to Presi
dent Taft and Secretary Wilson, as
it is directly in line with their ideas
of forest conservation.'
SUSPICIOUS OF
punished in secret, like the Dlety. Its
origin was traditional ascribed to
Charlemagne. Every member was
sworn to reveal all crimes that came
to his notice, even lf committed by
those  nearest and dearest  to   him;
 ��� hence it became a maxim of the Jur-
' lsto of the time, "Non frater a fratre,
HAD    THEIR     ORIGIN.   -IN-   MVS. ^on hogpeg ab h08p|te, tutus."
��=,cc nr npiCNTAL tOUN-' The sentence of the court involved .tide editorially the
TERIES OF OHit^i^i. vvu outlawry, degradation and death; the'cusses the proposed
TRIES   AMONG    THE   PRIESTS  condemned  * *
NEW IRON TRUST
OF DIFFERENT SECT*���*;.
London, July  18.
London, July 17.���In   a special ar-
Tlmes   dis-
the    proposed    international
was  declared  "vehmbar"'iron and steel association, the forma-
and  was  relentlessly  pursued by at tion of which was decided on in Brus-
least a hundred thousand daggers. To , sels last  week.    The  scheme is re-,
speak ill of the Holy Vehm was trea-, garded With a good deal of suspicion
son, and it will be remembered that ln'this country, though, continues the
The earliest' se-  this was the charge preferred against! article, it Is easy to understand the
in "Anne   of" anxiety  of the  big plant  owners In
water, whilst in winter the *ur- than P01"'0*1-    ln v"��� an jnner ring ranean vaults of the inn of the Gold-.national combine. They at least stand
dins lands are Hooded wiUf.thfe STSttiEtewS ���� ��clua,v*>8��cia- en FIeece-    SuCh WM the **"'"' & t0 ga,D " this could be effected.
. mmm, ���, -,���,��.  ��,.��� rfralu* 4nto ?lnr whose members   gradually   be- spired by these secret tribunals that I    It is appreciated that the new as-
1 __��L tin, TBTinaitnritaa nf the Bulk of their citations were even more fear-j' sociation has a delicate task to per-
^lirninf of the command    se- od than that of the emperor.             j form, and the result ot the dellbera-
Un"   .^Jfl?.*, l,r��e anT^rve were Indeed    the   Vehmgericht   actually  tlons will be awaited with mucn in-
, ���������,   vere tests of courage and nerve were
delinking has been taken by a num- lmpoged upon a��� a��� aBplrants for ad-
ber of owners and others interested mlgglon to the order. b(Jo��
la tlie Iand bordering upon the lake Neophyte's Trials.
and iU tributary   streams    and dis-'    Among the Egyptians the tittfrhyte
-*. .rum   .���h-m��   ln vi��w   nrn   was taken down a deep shaft in one
charges    The   scheme   in view   pro- ^ ^ pyramldB and 8Ubj^tejl' to a
Tides for a thorough cleansing of   the three.foid trial by flre, by MRP and
lake, with the deepening and clearing by air.   He had to walk across a grat-   . 	
of Still creek, which forms one of the  Ing of red hot Iron bars, with   narrow      Boise,  Idaho,  July  17���While   an-
.^A_mrm r,r thl 7air��   at   th��   western  interstices   whereon  he  might 'tread  other meglipg will be required to dls-
feeters of the lake   at   tne   western       ^^   ^ ^^ & ^^ ^ ^^ ^ -rj-^^      has been
and of the Brunette river, which channel communicating with the Nile
summoned    the   Emperor   Frederick  terest.
III. in 1470 to appear before it, and | It might have been imagined that
though he ignored the summons he tbe British Iron Trade association
seems to have pocketed tbe affront, .would  have taken prompt action In
' tba. matter on behalf or British interests  but  this   association   ls, for
RESERVES 'various   reasons,    doing    less active
IDAHO TO FORM
FOREST
work than f&fmerly.
The   general   opinion   in   British
trade circles Is that any attempt at I
International  control  ot output   '������-��� m
prices is destined to tail. '
and
=
end. ana ot me oruneue river, wuiuu chatmel communicating with the Nile, ttcally agreed upon that Idaho shall
forms the outflow at the eastern end. and to hang suspended Wi^WtirlrOa have ft forest reserve of her own. As
The execution of this work would rings over an abyss in the tolast of the result of conferences here bemoan the draining of many thousands  two  swiftly  revolving  wW*sV  even   tween   state   officials   Associate  For-
then he had to undergo a prolonged ester Potter and other forestry oftl-
of acres ef what is now swamp, and fagtlng and 8iience and to take an cials, the differences of Idaho and
making this available for settlement oath 0f secrecy ere his initiation wa1?   the   national   government   over   for-
would vastly Increase Its value. More- complete. jests have about been adjusted. Idaho CAN YOU BEAT THIS?���Fine, high,
over it would admit of a clear, well      A secret brotherhood    of    .nphles,  secures   undisputed  title  to  approxi-'
.   J ,    .   . ,���,   ' . ���,,  partly religious and partly    political,  mately 75,000 acres of the best tlm-
faaaked margin being constructed all  wWch a|me(, t0 the concentraUoll >of  ber land ln the Clearwater national
round the lake, and the transforma- knowledge and power In the hands ot  forest and the foundation is laid for
tlon of this flne body of water into  Its    members,    was   establish^   by  the complete and prompt settlement
an ideal place for boating, fishing and  Pythagorras at Cotona, in the south  of  all  other  phases   of   the   public
.. .li x'��������� mt n������ ���io��a!^: ^���  of Ita,>''    For a time it succeeded in  school land question that has so vex-' ... 	
bathing-   None of these pleasu.es are ra,ning ^ 8upremp directlon of   ftf. ed the ata(e for a numbel.   of r(gr|J
now possible, except under tiresome  fairs, but after the Sybarites had sue-      The   situation   in  general   was  ex->YOU  BURNABY PEOPLE
ceeded  to the  spartan  discipline   of  plained by Forester Potter:  "The re-j    avenue.   Burnaby
Ihe order it was supprressed by a ris-  suit," he said, "will be to eliminate
.ing of discontented Democrats. four and one-half townships from tho
Growth  of Societies. Clearwater   national   forest,   and   of
During the Middle Ages the unset- this the state will own approximately
tied  and  lawless  condition   of  many   75,000 acres.    This, under the resolu-
countries,  engendered   by  thf    weakness or the absence of their nominal
rulers,   was   especially   favorable   to
the growth of secret societies.     To-
Hid dangerous conditions.
Another part of the improvement
scheme is to construct a broad road-'
way rifht round tlie lake, with good
bridges over the intersecting streams
and creeks. 'I his would make a most
enjoyal Ie diivcway of some seven
miles in len: th.
The constriction of the new Burna-' wards tlie close of the eleventh cen-
by lake line of the B. C. Klectric
railway, which encircles the southern
aide of the lake, means the immediate development of this considerable
section of undulating land, which has
great charms and advantages for
residential purposes. Tlie development of this area makes tbe necessity
for some Improvement of thc lake
more urgent. Nor will it be long before the northern margin of the lake
will he similarly developed.
We ate slad to see that tlie Burnaby municipal council looks upon thc
scheme with favor, and, recognizing
thc value which will accrue tliere-
from, not only to the municipality,
bul to the mainland at large, )s prepared to give financial aid to the un-
'dcrtaklng. The work will necessarily
be cf an expensive character, but the
returns upon the expenditure are certain to be substantial.
Wc are noi acquainted with tho details of the entire scheme, but It ls
to be hoped this will Include the
securiti}. of the necessary powers to
remove all obstructions to the freo
flow of water, and that such powers
will be exercised in the future. If
the work is properly carried out we
do not see any reason why the Brunette river should not become a
navigable stream from the lake
the Fraser.
to
A Vandal at Work.
Pasco, July 17.���About a week ago
several hundred dollars worth ol damage was done by night to tha Ward
scliool building now in course of erection, by Ihe prying out of the brick
aad stone wliich had been laid. Hardly had the damage been repaired bo-
fore tbe ofTenKe was repeated. Last
nlgbt the barn of William Thomas
was entered and three sets of new
harness were almost completely cut
to x feres.
tury Ilasan-deii-Sabah, a M shorn me-
dan fanatic, seized the castle of Ala-
mut and founded the sect of the Assassins.
It is still a moot point whether tho
word which their evil deeds have
given a permanent place in the language of Europe as a synonym for
murderer lie derived from the founder's name or from tlie hemp opiate
"hasslsli," wherewith tliey were wont
to fuddle their brains to a pitch of,
sullen frenzy. The Venetian travel-'
ler. Marco f'oln, tells of an Ingenious
plan adopted by tlieir chieftain to
insure the unquestioning devotion ofl
his dupes.
Tiiis was no less than tlie creation
of a sham Paradise, with luxurious
gardens,   rivers   Ol   honey   and    wine
ami houris, ail complete; thither the
man selected for any dangerous exploit was transported in a stage or
intoxication, and on ids ret urn was
fold that lie bad been given a for-
taste of his life afler death, The
tenor of their name soon spread'
throughout  ETurope,
No potentate was sale from the
vengeance of a sect which regarded
death In thc execution of tlicip lord's
decrees as the gate of paradise. Kin?;
Philip Augustus, of Franco, the con-1
temporary and foe of Richard Coeur
de I.ion, having Incurred their enmity
was so .'li'ukul of them tbatsie dared
not stir abroad without his guards
round him, and perhaps liis fear ap-!
peased the ruthless sheikh, for their
plans rarely miscarried. The order
was ultimately crushed In 1115fi by an
irruption or Mongols under ilulaku
Khan.
In Germany tlte violence and anarchy that prevailed after the outlawry of Henry the Lion, when
every petty baron tyrannized without let or hindrance over a 11 whom
his power could reach, led to the Institution of a very different secret bo-
clety, whose functions were purely
judicial. The "Vehingerrieht" was an
.'ttetnnt to check the license of the
feuinl lords and to secure the due
chastisement of crime.
Judgment  in  Secret.
It  was  the   proud   boast   of   this
tions  adopted   will   result   in  the  establishment of a state forest.
"This will be the first state forest
established in the West. Idaho takes
the land of all her sister states In
this important particular. It means
that the state has set aside this area
for forest purposes to be held by the
state and managed by the state with
a view to the preservation of favorable conditions as to stream flow and
to the protection of forests. I am sure
the action  taken  by  the state   offi-
New Advertisements
dry, level lots, large too, 85x107.
The terms are the best of this proposition. Price |475 and $425; $50
cash and $10 per month.
On Fifth
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 lifixllS. Prica
$525 each; one-quarter down, balance 8, 12 and 18 months.
IN
THE     SUPREME     COURT
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
OF
DOUBLE  CORNER  SNAP ��� On
Twelfth street and Seventh avenue,
132 feet square; snap at $4750. One-
fourth down, balance to arrange.
NEAR
road,
price
casli.
IN   THK   MATTER  of  the  estate  of
JAMBS CAMPBELL MURPHY, deceased.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to one o'clock in
llie afternoon ou the lst day of
Auyuat, 1911, for the purchase of the
soutli ball' of tin- southeast quarter oi
section live 15), townsliip eight (8),
in the district of .New Westminster _____
and province ol British Colum lia,
containing eighty (80) acres more -it AUTO
less. :
This land is well situated near'
Cloverdale, In the .Municipality of
Surrey. About ton 110) acres ar,:
cleared and stumped and about ten
tin) acres more partly cleared. There
is a small bouse on thc property.
All tenders must    be accompanied
by a marked cheque for five  (5)  per!
centum  of    tlie    purchase    price,    lf
tender is not accepted cheque will be  	
returned. '
'���     Tenderers wifl name the amount pi  Y0U
cash wliich they are prepared to pay
and also tlie terms which    they wll!
expect for payment of the balance,    i
The highest or any tender will not
I necessarily be accepted and all tenders sliall be subject to the approval'
ot the Judge.
For further particulars apply to
Messrs. Wade. Whealler, McQuarrie
& Martin, rooms 7 and 8 Cutchon
block, New Westminster, li. ('. or
rooms 20 and 21 Williams building,'
Vancouver, B. C.       <
Dated  tills  fifteenth    day    of July.
1011. |
J. J. CAMBUIDOK,
i District Kenistrar.
' Supreme Courf. j
Court House, New  WsatffiiMter, %CJ *51  Columbia St,
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.
RIDES���We will take you    to
any of our properties in our autos.
EDMONDS, on Westminster
choice lots, each ��fixl20;
from $500 to $000; quarter
balance fi, 12 and  18 month-,.
WILL LIKE THIS���Six room
modern house on Sixth avenue, full
sized lot, woodshed, chicken housi,
some young fruit trees. Price
$3375; $1000 cash, balance to arrange.
PROPERTY WANTED���We have
many buyers for city and farm property.    Give us your listings.
Thf People's Trust Co.,lw.
Phone 669
Be Independent
of the Landlord
a
The man who owns the
house you live in is looking
after his interests. He is
a wise man. Probably he
is buying the house you
occupy with your rent
money. You can do the
same, with my assistance.
Look over this list of
houses I am offering on
easy terms, with small
cash payments. One of
these must appeal to you.
It's Easy to Buy
These Swell Homes
Five roomed house, thoroughly modern, with
full sized cement basement, furnace, etc. Cement
walks and nice lawn. On corner, close to Sixth St.
car line. Front and back verandah. New house.
Price $3000, $300 cash, balance $25 a month.
Six roomed house, modern, cement foundation.
Two blocks to car line. One and a half storey, Including bath rsom and pantry. Building is new and
finished   with the best  material;   situated  In nice
residential   location.    Price $2800, terms $500 cash,
balance  $25 a month.
Five rooms i house, thoroughly modern, close to
ear Una, cement walk and foundation, good basement. House built laat year. Large lot Absolutely the best buy in the city. Price for immediate
aale $2200, only $300 cash, with balance $20 per
month and interest. This house wlll rent for $20 a
month, and when first payment is made the house
will   practically pay for itself, excepting the Interest
Five roomed house, modern. Piped for furnace,
cement basement. Lot 40x108 feet, facing on Second street, near Fifth avenue. New building. Price
$2650. Terms $650 cash, balance to arrange and
apread   over three years.
Five roomed cottage, thoroughly modern and up-
h�� to-date In every way, cement basement, walk, etc.
House finished in the very best of material, including panelled dining room, with beamed celling,
etc. House just completed, best electric fixtures.
Half block ta Sixth street car line and Moody park.
Two blocks te school. Price $3000, $500 cash, bai
ance $325 every six months.
Five roomed house, modern, with bath, toilet,
pantry, etc. Pull sized cement basement, furnace.
Situated on Oak street, near Fourth avenue. Price
$2825; terms $500 cash, balance over three or four
years.
Large airy eight roomed house, thoroughly modern, including fire place, full sized cement basement, cement floor, fine furnace, chandeliers In
rooms, etc. Good view of mountains. Lot 45x110
feet, situated in the residential part of New Westminster, viz., Seventh etreet, near Third avenue.
Five minutes walk to business section. Price $5000;
terms $1000 cash, balance exceptionally easy.
Seven roomed house, modern, hot and cold water'
bath room, pantry, wood shed, cement walks, etc.
Built less than two years ago. Price $4200; terms
to arrange.     ,|*|Wj j^J   ,_
These eight snaps will not
be on the market for any
length of time. They are
listed for quick sale, and
it's up to you to get busy
at once.   See me today.
*'If you rent it, it's a house;
If you own it, it's a home."
I
W.J.Kerr,Li
.
614 COLUMBIA STREET.
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PHONES 170-173. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1811.
SPORTS
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Northwestern League.
Tuesday, July 18.
At Vancouver���Vancouver   7,   Victoria 2.
At   Seattle���Spokane   1,   Seattle  0.
At Tacoma���Portland 4, Tacoma 3.
NEXT   INTERMEDIATE  GAME
SET FOR TOMORROW EVENING
THE DAILY NEWS.
FiOirmt
:: Correspondence
**)**>���***������<
(The Dally Newu ls not responsible
for the opinions expressed by Its correspondents.)
AIR   WANTED IN   8TREET   CAR8.
The intermediate teams have been
taking a couple of week's rest from
games, hut tomorrow evening West
End and East Burnaby will meet
again at Queens park at 6:30. At<
the earlier match West End won by
flve goals to two, and the suburbanites are anxious to give themselves a
lift in the table by a victory tomorrow. I one and
The West End team will be: [tention.
Goal, G. Sangster; point, Mortison; |
cover point, Cooper; defence field,
Adams, W. Sangster and H.Battson;
centre, L. Sangster; home field, D.
Huggard, R. Henderson and���Gregory;
outside home, Keefer; inside bome,
Swanson, spares, Gilley and Burr.
on tbe duties which took him to England, and outlined the plans of the
church in the future so far as they
applied to this province.
- It has long been felt that a
bishopric for the Kootenays waB
necessary, so extensive is tbe district
which Bishop de Pencier at present
superintends,    and    in    London   the
I stipend of the clergyman for the new |
Editor   Daily News: |       ,u      ,   t   be 0l)ta,ned for t���   ���n |
With the flrst of hot weather now
being experience 1, which by the way| dowment. Of this latter, $50,000 will)
would seem likely to remain with us be required, and it is confidently ex I
for some time, something should be pected that the beginning of 1913 J
done without delay to afford relief lo will see the new bishop enthroned. |
, passengers in the city and Sapper-1 In the very shadow of Westminster
ton cars. I abbey,    the   New  Westminster    and
The windows of some of these cars  Kootenay missionary Association has i
are   fixed and immovable   and have  offices.     Believing     that     unity   is
! not been tafen out as is customary at  strength, a new  organization  known ]
this season. I as the B- c- Churches association lia3
offices In the capital of the Empire,
13:
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The result is that at busy hours of
the day the atmosphere within these
cars is quite suffocating. As a consequence of this condition of things
a lady passenger on a city car fainted yesterday, whilst others were not
far off succumbing to the stifling
conditions. The matter is a serious
should have immediate al
and  this  body takes in the diocese
New
ANTI-CLIMAX.
Westminster,  July   1��,  1911.
CHOOSING THE TEAM FOR
SENIOR AMATEUR GAME
1 The senior amateur teams In this
xlty and ln Victoria are practicing
hard for Saturday's game, and a
good exhibition of clean lacrosse is
assured for those attending at three
o'clock at Queens park.
Captain Clute has not yet indicated
what his line-up will be, but the local
twelve ivill be selected from Keary,
W. Patcheli, Willis Patchell, Bert
Galbralth, Digby, Battson, Gregory,
McKenzie, ' Fitzgerald,
Jack Gifford, C. Smith
Walker Sangster and E. Cooper.
They were out at Queens park last
evening, and gave Alex Turnbull,
who went between the sticks, plenty
to do, the home showing up well.
FACULTY ROW DEVELOPS
IN NEGRO UNIVERSITY
of New  Caledonia,    Columbia,
Westminster and Kootenays.
New
Atlanta, July 17.���The fifteen negro
trustees of Clark University, the men
who are largely responsible for the
hold  this  Institution  ha��  upon   the'
negroes of the state and  southeast,'
have  announced  that  they  wlll   resign In a body unless President S. E.I
Idleman is checked ln hls alleged dis-'
elimination against negroes
President Idleman, the negro trustees cburge, is planning   to   replace'
the   north!
11
PROPOSAL TO TAKE CHAMPION
JUVENILE TEAM FOR TOUR
with white teachers from
the negroes  now  holding   professorships in the college.
It is also charged that   the presl-
I dent  has fa"eci  to forward   to   the
���* ��� Smith, | boar(i of managers at Cincinnati cer
O. Swanson, taln recomrnendatlons of the trustees
as lt is his duty to   do, substituting
therefore    recommendations    of    bis
own.    The plans for displacing   negroes   with   whites   were    disclosed
through   a   letter   intended    for   the
president but   in advertently directed
to a member ot the board of trustees.
Clark university ls ln the suburbs
of Atlanta and owns property worth
A project Is on foot for a trip for | nearly $2,000,000.   It ls conducted uu
tinv Sapperton Juveniles,    the    cham-1
plons of the Juvenile lacrosse teams
of the city, as demonstrated at the
last exhibition. The proposal ls to
take them to the Okanagan valley,
-stopping off for a game at Kamloops.
Four or five games will be played in
the valley, and as the boys show flne
form, being none of them over fifteen
years of age, they will advertise the
great lacrosse town of Canada ln the
Interior. D. Gilchrist and others are
tanking the arrangements. It ls hoped
to take thfrtrlp at an early date, but
funds have yet to ba raised. Several
promises of support are already to
hand.
...    -   ���      \
Challenge f*r ��oai Race,
der the auspices of the Northern
Methodist church andyhas a large attendance. The negro students, it ls
alleged, blitterly resent the scheme
to replace negro professors with
white men.
Bishop de Fender
Returns From Tour
(Continued from Page One.)
expect much ln the not far distant |
future.   He has a strong face, aft Intelligent face, and Is popular with all
classes.   He has a wonderful memory
Toronto, July 19.-A ^allenge for'��nd l�� rW*,Jr ��* a !088 for "�� ��amo
a three mile boat race bet#'*en S. W.
Hackett, of Minnesota, and Eddie
Duman, of Toronto, has been Issued,
Tor $1000, to be rowed either here, or
on the Rainy river, Ontario.
HARTMAN    IN  "THE  TOYMAKER.'
When Ferris Hartman and his su-!
jerb company comes to Westminster I
tonight they will appear In "The Toy-1
maker," the play that has made the
greatest success in all Mr. llartman's
extensive  repertoire.    The  choice of
"Tbe Toymaker" at this time for   a
tour, is most happy as the theme of;
the play is a recurrence lo everything
that a child is most interested in and
that   we  all  love   because  it  renews
cur youth, indeed the spirit of youth
pervades the play from end to end.
The interest of "The Toymaker" een-!
ters  in  the  character   of "^'Johannes'
Guggenheimer"  played   by   Mr.   Hart-
man, a toymaker of Nurcnburg, whoj
has  manufactured  a  wonderful doll.:
which walks, talks, sings and dances.
This  doll   he  has   made    using   his,
daughter Elsa as a model  and it is
sought by "Frederick" a young novice
in a religious community, who in order to inherit a large sum of money,
must comply with a marriage stipula-i
tlon and by marryipg with a doll so
nearlv  human  as  is  this  marvelous I
���doll of "Johannes"  lie canobtain tho |
iribney and still maintain his vows oi j
celibacy.   He purchases the dail, only
finally to  discover  that  the original
doll had been broken and "Elsa" had
substituted   herself   In   place   Ol   tlie
doll and becomes in reality his wife.
Meantime "Frederick" has fallen violently in love with her and all ends
happily    even   to   "Johannes,"   who
though he leses his daughter gains a
rich son-in-law and recovers his doll.
Accompanying   Mr.   Hartman  is  a
specially selected company headed, by
Walter De Leon and Mlss "Muggins'"
Davles as "Frederick" and the   doll
respectively. These two young people
have made a very enviable reputation
for themselves In th�� last few years
in  Mr.  llartman's  support   by  their
cleverness   and   conscientious   work.
Mr.  De Leon Is the author of "The
Campus," a remarkable musical comedy, which has Just scored a wonderful run of sixteen weeks in Los Angeles, reaching  1K2  consecutive   performances,  which   Mhtoblishes  a  record  for  stock  productions  anywhere
in the world. Besides these two there
are  Mr. Joseph  Fogarty,   Mr. Oliver
Lenor, Miss  Joslo   Hart   and   many
others consisting ot over fifty people,
including the most beautiful slnginr.
. chorus  ever  organized.    The   scenic
production Is one of great beauty, the
big toy shop scene which Is the finale
of the first act, being a marvel of mechanical   stage-craft.     The   costumes
arc all new    and    elaborate,   having
been built especially for this tour.    |
ot Spy MM >*bom he may have met
some tlrilfl p��*v10iisly."
The Official Invitation.
The bishop brings back with him
| the official invitation    cards    to the'
' coronation ceremony, the books of in-1
1 sti actions as to what to do aud when
i to do it on the eventful day, as well
as a costly morocco bound book with
the complete service at Westminster
abbey. ���!
For the flrst time on any such card
on the occasion of the crowning of
an English monarch, the maple leaf
ls emblazoned on the invitation card.
Bishop de Pencier was present at
the Savoy hotel when a banquet was
given In honor of Premier McBrido
and it ls of more than passing noto
tbat of the 350 diners present on tha; I
occasion, 300 were from British Co-
lumbia. I
Kootenay Diocese.
l'.ishop de Pencier spoke at length
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321 Cambie Street,
^Vancouver B.C.^
New
Westminster
Realty is Good
Investment.
See Us For Snaps
Royal Avenue, near Leopold Place,
modern cottage, five rooms. Price
$2900.00. Terms, one-third cash, bai"
ancs $25 per month.
Oak StttH, near Fourth Avenue
car 4!M/ M* thoitughly modern, five
room cottage". Pull sized cement basement with furnace.   Ses us at once.
Fourth Street, between Third and
Fourth Avenues, fine building site.
Only $1600. One-half cash, balance ta
arrange.
McQuarrie Bros.
Phono 696.
622 Columbia street
I
Call Switch
Demonstration
Will continue the rest of this week.
You win be a "back number" lf you
tail to see the latest Inventions,
The Call Switch
will revolutionize the railway traffic
as much so as has the air brake or
coupler. It is the very latest In wonderful inventions.
Saves Time, Money
and Life
What More Can Be Asked.
IF YOU WANT TO INVEST
IN A CERTAIN WINNER
WE HAVE IT, -
We can show you.
Room 2, Trapp Building
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
,\
MEMORAISIDUM
OPEN     EVENINGS   UNTIL 3   O'CLOCK
*���
*
5 Per Ct. is All the Interest We Charged
For the morey to build this house.   Let us loan
you the money to Buy or Build*
WRITE, PHONE OR CAM, FOR OUR PI,AN
Canadian Home Investment Company, Limited
KOOM 4, SMITH BLOCK, COLOMIH A ST,   NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  O.
���
WE ACT AS AGENTS FOR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTING8  SOLICITED.
WE WRITE FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
Insurance
IN  STANDARD  COMPANIES.
The Westminster Trust and Stf e Deposit Co.,Ltd.
J. J. JONES, Mgr.-Dlr.
28 Lorne Sireet New Westminster
For Business or Pleasure Runs
To any point on the Fraser River It ls a cheap, quick, comfortable
and pleasant ride on tbe
��     .    a J    I L   UlTtM.J��
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
Nsw Westminster, B. X. Phones L117, R117.
A.   BUTTERFIELD,  ENGINEER IN CHARGE.   Phon* 623.
SMAP! Cheap#��t Lot in the busi-
nes��.I$rti9n of the city; $15,000;
$5000 cash; balance 1 and 2 years.
McBRIDE & CLARKE
Phons 029.'' Room 16, Collister Block.
i
While we carry a complete stock of everything ln the watch and
jewelry line, our specialty is
Solid gold, stone set finger rings
Prices of rings ranging 75c and up to $400.00.
Chamberlin
THE
JEWELER
Official Time Inspector for C.P.R. and  B.C.E. R*y
VOTE COUPON
Good for Fac? Value In tha
DAILY NEWS $3,000.00
AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
This   Coupon  Counts
10 VOTES
Good until JULY 22,1911
FOR MISS OR MRS	
Address      \
DISTRICT NO       	
Coupons must bs In ballot box before expiration  date and trimmed
or they will not be counted.
Do Not Waste Money
Save a little systematically, tor lt la the stun that the foundations ot wealth and happiness are built of.
Money may be used In two ways; to spend for what ls
needed now and to Invest for what shall be needed ln the future.   Money cannot be Invested until lt is flrst saved.
PROTECT YOUR FUTURE WITH A 8AVING8 ACCOUNT.
The Bank of Vancouver
Authorized Capital, $2,000,000.     Columbia, corner Eighth-street.
A. L. DEWAR, Gsneral Manager D. R. DONLEY. Local Manager.
"TIONO"
To Business or Picnic Parties:
Patronize the "Tlono"
Large and commodious, carrying one to twenty
with comfort.   Apply to Alex Soeck, on boat at
Begbie street slip, or 'phone L. 558.
B.C. MUls
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOOR8.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FI8H BOXES     LARGE    STOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Teleohone 12 New Westminster Box 13' -m
PAGE SIX
IHE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1��11.
!
JUST ENTERING THE MOST INTERESTING STAGE
OE THE DAILY NEWS $3,000.00 CONTEST
Candidates Evenly Matched and Last Three Weeks Bound
to be Epoch Making to Competitors as Well as Their
Friends���A Few Thousand Votes' Lead Mot Large
Margin���Can be Overcome.
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Go's. Drag Stort.   The $50} Piano Can be Seen at   the
Columbia Piaco House.   The Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Leu is.   Ihe Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jewelry ft ore.   The Scholarships Wire Pirchated
From The Westminster Modern Business Schocl.
Nominations for the big automobile
contest are published below, and
show the growing Interest in the
competition. Look tliem through, and
see if you cannot add that of a
friend.
That  the most interesting an! ex- :   Standing   of Candidates.
citing stage of the contest is rapidly 	
approaching is shown by the way in
which the first glace in the three districts are being sought.
All things considered, the Dailv
News' candidates are very evenly
matched and it will be a pretty race
The management   is well    pleased      ^^ No ^^ ^^ wegt Qf
with the efforts of the young ladles to j eagt g,de of slxth street, within New
win the handsome prizes offered, and   Westminster city limits,
the work that all are doing in this. ?&��?��
the second to the closing week of the | Mlss Laura Lavery    176060
���most talked of contest ever held   in Miss Ethel Buckland    2240
New Westminster, is commendable in Miss Brooks     3840
Mlss May Kitson   10i0
Miss Annie Tidy 2840
Miss Irene Eickhoff   1370
Miss  Mary Eastman    347040
Mlss  Mary  Johnston     1460
Mrs. W. E.  Fales    769930
Mlss   Ethel   Ennls    12600
Miss Helen  Shaw      24230
Mrs.  E.   Serling    9950
Mrs. Thompson     1300
Miss Clarice Osborne   14270
Miss Adele Bilodeau   48710
Miss O. Corrigan     1490
Mrs.   Winnie  Tait    701710
Miss Evelyn Cunningham     3642-j
Mlss C.  Boule    1640
Mrs. E. Thompson     4660
Mrs. C. 8. Davies   13490
every way.
Everyone commends the open man-.
ner in which the contest is being
conducted. Everything pertaining to
the contest is open to the public.
Contestants and their friends are
requested to be present and see how
carefully votes are handled and
counted.
The Dally News promised it3
it
District No. 3���All territory covered
by tbe Daily and Weekly News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
Miss Pearl Brlce, Ladner   1160
Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley,   1240
Mrs. G. W. Sterling, Le Roche
Landing       1150
Mrs. F. E. Herring, Fords Landing       3680
Mlss Stewart, Fraser Mills   1540
Miss   Kathleen   McBride,   Port
Guichon     1400
Mlss Katie Neilson, South Vancouver   1000
Mlss   Annie   Hambrook,   South
Vancouver 1200
Miss  Rosy  Philcox, Mission 12980
Miss Christie McGregor, Ladner 1500
Mlss Florencp Lord. Ladner .... 1000
Mlss Ruby Kirkland, Ladner ...11890
Miss Maggie Gilchrist, Ladner.. 1270
. 1000
1240  Miss Vera Gillanders, Ladner .. 1300
-un!i-i>  Miss Emma Chiddeli, Ladner .. 1000
' Miss Juanita McClusky, Ladner. 1400
The Auto that will be given
away by the Daily News, Aug.
5, was purchased from the
McLaughlin Carriage Co., Ltd.
B. C. BRANCH:   1285 PENDER STREET WEST, CORNER JERVIS, VANCOUVER.
Machine on display at T. A. Muir & Co's Drug Store
441   COLUMBIA  8TREET.
friends  (and it considers every contestant as one of its friends) that the Miss Violet McGuffen  885460  Miss Lily Burr, Ladner
contest should be absolutely fair and  Miss   Elizabeth  Orr...
that no favoritism should bo shown  Mrs. j, e, insley 	
and it will make It's promise good to  ...     n,,���-  A���hlh.M ,,,,,,       -���   ���--
the letter I Archibald   11110 Migs 011ve Alexander, Sunbury. 1300
Little Difference. | Mrs- R- Collier   2780  Miss Lillian Coggins, Sunbury.. 1280
The contestants are    beginning   t,> Mrs.   L.   MacLean  31001 Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner 15580
. realize' that the difference of a few Miss   McAdam     1060  JJIbs Edith Falk, Westham Island 1000
thousand votes is not a very    large. MrB   Walter Thompson      "
margin, and are not losing heart by
any means.    A race is never ended
Miss Mabel Purvis
56000
. 6890
Miss G. Dove, North Vancouver. 13690
Mlss M. Peterson, 1510 Charles
St., Vancouver     1000
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills 1000
District No. 2���All territory east of   Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
west side of Sixth stieet, including I Ave. East, Vancouver  1000
Sapperton. jMrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam.. 1000
"Model 27'* Price Complete, $1 7SO
Specifications of the McLaughlin-Buick Five Pas.
senger Fore Door Touring Car Which Will be Given
Away as First Grand Prize by The  Daily  News:
Body���Very carefully designed for
Comfort and beauty of outline.
Extralarge doors easy of access.
*aat���pjve passengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-buffed leather;
' easy spring backs and spring cushions.
Wheel Base���106 inches.
Gauge���56 inches.
Tires���3^x32 quick detachab'e.
Brakes���Two on rear hub, internal
expanding; also external contracting.
Price���$1750  f. o.  b.  factroy.  including oil tail and side lamps, two gas head  lamps,  horn, wheel   jack,
and tool equipment, robe rail rail I n tonneau, half length foot rail in front.   Top and glass front.
Springs���Easy scroll Elliptic on rear;
semi-Elliptic on  front.
Frame���Pressed   steel.     SU    inches
drop.
Horse Power���26.
Cylinders���Four with valves in head.
4x4 inches.
Motor Suspension���Sub-frame.
Cooling���Water,    centrifugal    pump
and fan.
Ignition���Jump spark.
Current  Supply���"Splitdorf"  Magneto
and dry cells.
Carburetor���"Schebler"  automatic.
Lubrication���Splash system, gear
pump forcing oil to all engine bearings automatically. ,
Motor Control���On  top   of  steering
wheel.
Clutch���multiple    Disc���Bronze* and
hardened steel  plates.
Drive���Shaft.
^olor���Dark  blue with  gray  wheels,
or all cherry red.
pump
until the goal is reached, and there
is always time for the last competitor to win out
. It is hoped that all the contestants  ���,...-..���... ,    ,      ,, ,���     , ������    ,.,�����,���,,,���
MU have a good reserve for the laat \ Mia   Sinclair      !29olMl89  Grace  MorrUon'  Edmonds
aTmai-mmA    l*'l~   *Um~. .a...    _.,,,' I  t)1^0*U
1 I Miss Hosana Beverldge     1620  Mrs. w.T. McGUvray, Chilliwack 9450
Miss   Florence   McLeod       23600 , Miss Huff, Chilliwack    7720
flay." and It'is these reserves that will
i. play a Mg part ln deciding the win
I ners.    The contest ls fully under wav'1 ...      ,,,,   ,,,,.,      ,,*.,,,,   .. i     <>-,.,,
now, but not enough time has elapsed , Misa Bell Hood      1650 | W��M Ethel McCabe. Chilliwack .2500
"   for any   one candidate to take a very   Miss   M,   Elley      1340
hlg lead. | Miss Helen C. Day   817850
This  may not occur  to    you,    but   Mrg    PolngQestre     13B90
even if one aspirant does get a few;,,. 71 ;
thousand votes In the    lead    of    her!111*8 Genevieve Drlscoll    70o0
competitors   in  a  certain   district,   it, Mlss  Katie  Muir      7420
must not be taken for granted that \ Miss Hazel Kenny    1210
the race is won,    and    perhaps,    thej Miss Vera Glllev     7060
young ladies who are apparently re-|M,8B winnle Keary    1260
Miss  Marie  Morrow      1200
posing in quiet near the bottom will!
Miss K. Smith, Abbotstord    1220
Miss Effie Wooler, Abbotsford ..1560
Miss May Musgrave, Earl's Koad 1050
Miss Gertrude Voigt, East   Colllngwood    2700
Miss Murray, Central  Park  .... 1070
Miss White, Port Kells    1800
Miss    Mary   Peterman,    Fraser
Mills 14640
Mlss Martha Nelson, Coquitlam. 1560
Miss Georgia McLean, Coquitlam 1000
unawares | Mlsg Linian Jenkins   9349801 Miss   Fitzgerald,   Huntingdon...  1340
Miss  Ruby  Fletcher    27711!)  Miss White, Cloverdale     2500
Miss   Ruth   Robinson    13800  Miss Hutchinson, Milner  17674')
Miss   Rogers      1680  Miss Gladys Slack. Hatzic    100J
Miss  Dalsv  Dawe      1670  Miss Natalie    Reuleau,    Mission
way or another.    It is often the case | Miss Ka(hleen We:8h     18f)0 clty 270O
h lends wiil I Mia Naomi  Rolph    18060   Miss Vera Coulter, Langley   ..229680
be the ones to creep "up
and carry off the prize. Such things
have been done, and many a race
has been lost by over confidence.
Don't   let  rumors  influence  yon  one
that  a  candidate or  her
hear that snob a one has secured    aj
ten years subscription. These rumors j
are   usually  false   as   the  secrets  of
thla o'?\ce nre nr.t aired to Inquirers, j
��>'id the reports are therefore started I
Hn  hore that tlie other candidates of
their district will become discouraged
and stop their efforts.
. Uninterested Judges.
Tbat     each     candidate     in     the !
contest may feel assured of a square
deal, a committee of well-known busi-,
ness men will be selected to act   as :       e *'enl's>
Judges to count the votes anl award i
the  prizes  at  the  close
test.
Rules of the Contest. | will allow
In addition to tlie nomination rules
published below, the following regulations will govern the conduct of the
Westminster News three thousand
dollar voting contest:
1.      The    contest    opens    Monday.
Daily News Schedule of Votes
Daily News 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 months, $3.00 4,000 votes
Twelve months, $4.00  4,000 votea Two years, $6.00  10,000 votes
Two years, $8.00       10,000 votes  Three $9.00. ..:.. .20,000 votes
Three  years,  $12.00    20,000  votea _ .!��� .���
I Four years, $16.00    40.000  votes  Four >'ears- *12'00    40'000 votes
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
of  the  con- i wl" allow 250,000 votes.
For ten years subscription to the  Daily   News
by mail, at  $30.00, wo
00,000 votes.
WEEKLY NEWS SCHEDULE OF VOTES. 	
One years, $1.00  500 votes
Two years, $2.00  * 1,500 votes
Three years, $3.00  3,000 votes
Pour   years,   $4.00    4,000 votes
June  12.    Names    and    standing    oi'l Five years, $5.00 5,000 votes
candidates  will  be  published  Thurs-!        For ten years subscriptions to the Weekly News at $10.00 we will give
day, Jtme  10. for the  first time, and' 15,000 votes.
the contest will close at 9 p.m. Satur-1 '
day, August 5.    There will positively
be no extension of the time.
2. Votes may not be secured except on subscri|itions to tlie Daily or
Weekly News or by clipping the ballots daily during tlie life o. the contest.
3. Xo votes may be transferred
from one candidate to another.
4. Candidates must enter from
the district in which they live, lf a
candidate removes from one district
to another during the life of the contest she will be a contestant from
the district she first entered.
5. if a candidate withdraws from
the contest her votes are lost.
6. Votes will be issued on all subscriptions, old and new, according to
schedule.
7. A subscriber who pays up his
arrears to tlie News will be allowed
votes according to the schedule.
8. No statement made by any
solicitor, canvasser or agent varying
from the rules set forth will be
recognize I by the News.
9. Candidates by accepting their
nomination and filling votes certify
their agreement and those and anv
otheri published conditions of the
contest.
10. The contest management o' the
News reserves the right to settle anv
controversies which arise during the
contest.
The Prizes.
Eleven In all.    Two grand prizes and nine district prizes wi.l be
divided Into  the  three districts as follows:
Tho Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes In tho
three districts combined will be awarded the $1750 McLaughlin
buick touring car, to be seen at T. A. Muir's drug store, Columbia St.
The candidate receiving the most votes in the remaining thiee
districts will be awarded the $500 piano. ThiB piano was purchased
from the Columbia piano house and is on display at their store, the
Walker block, 425 Columbia street.
The candidates getting the greatest number of votes after the
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
$96 each.
Three handsome furniture sets worth $75 each purchased from
Galloway &. Lewis and can pe 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. Gifford'"* jewelry store on Columbia street.
The District.
In order to give every candidate an equal chance to become
the possessor of one of these valuable prizes the territory has been
divided  into three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth street,
within N'ew Westminster city limits. '
District No. 2���All territory east of west side of Sixth street,
including Sapperton.
District No 3���All territory covered hy the Daily and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
TBE 2d GRAND PRIZE !^ ftSftLSRSiSr0
WORMWI TM PIANO
purchS��from TflC 10111111013 PldllO 10., bia Street"
DESCRIPTION.
New Improved scale with heavy iron plate. Double veneered In
figured walnut or mahogany. Carved top panels. Full-length swinging music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining pedal. Rolling fall, continuous hinges throughout. Trichord over-strung scale. Elastic repeating action. Ivory keys. 7% octaves. Patent noiseless pedal
action.
DIMENSIONS Height, 4 feet 6 inches. Width, 5 feet l_ Inches. Depth,
See   the   Three  Beautiful   Furniture   Sets
That the^Daily News is giv
mg away August 5th. They
were purchased from
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets
Three $96.00 Scholarships in
the Westminster Modern
^JljBusiness College
Will be given away by the Daily News
August 5th, 1911.     *.
m
Our premises are large and airy,
occupying the upper floor, of the Cunningham building, which is situated
in the busiest business section of the
city. This is no small advantage. It
is most central for business men who
wish to call on us to obtain office
help, and as all car lines    pass our
doors It is most conveniently located
for all students from the suburban
districts.
Attention is especially called to the
excellent teaching staff and to the
splendid facilities afforded students
to secure an extrance into business
life after graduation.
Aryri|V
Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
districts.   They are on display at
T.  Gifford's    Jewelry Store,'Columbia Street
';"V; J    WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1011.
THE DAILY NEV/S.
PA01BBV1N.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Dlsti let of NOW Waotmi*
^ter.���Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply fof
.permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster.���Take notice tbat I, W. E. Fry,
of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker,
intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
nnP mile east of Theodosia lake, at | one mlle east of Theodosia lake, at T
KIU.S     "��    -U��l��a    I  ��       'Mr.lt'l     *V*r.rar>r.   fift   ^hninO   IVAat     thpflfC
T. L. 31562, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 ehains to
point of commence, and containing
640 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. R. B. Francis, of Vancouver, occupation merchant, intend to apply for permission
to purchase  the  following  descriued
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, tbence south
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point ot
���commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.  B. FRANCIS,
Duncan O'Hara,  Agent.
May 2, 1911.
L. 31562, thence 80 chains west, thence
80 chains north, thence 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���District cf
COAST���Take notice that I, George
Osborn, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  carpentet, Intend  to apply    for
permission to purchase tbe following
described lands:    Commencing at   *\
post planted 10 chains north of the
southeast corner of lot   111,   thence
east 60 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 60 chains, tbence nortb
60 chains, containing 360 acres.
OBOROE OSBORN,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 13th, 1911.
NEW WE8TMINBTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot New Wartml��
���ter.���Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply tor 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, thence south 80 chains,
tbence east 80 chains to the point ol
commencement and containing 640
I acres more or less.
1 / A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
COAST LANIJ DISTRICT-Dlstrict ot
Coast���Take notice that I,  Emma
Diok, ot Vancouver, B. C, occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
desctlbed lands:    Commencing at a
post planted at tbe southeast corner
of W.  P. 8. 142,   thence   east   80
chains, tbence north 40 chains, thence
west    80   chains, tbence   south    40
chains to point   of   commencement,
containing 320 acres more or less.
EMJMA DICK,
Bert Warren, Asent.
Dated April l��tb, 1911.
COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict o
Coast���Take notice that I, Christopher Rowland, of Vancouver, B. C, oc
cupation broker, Intend ts apply for
permission to purchase {he following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted at the southwest corner
of T. L. 40884, thence west 40 chains,
thence nortb 20 chains, thence west
40 cbalns, tbence north 60 chains,
thence east 60 chains, tbence south
���0 chains, thence east 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains, containing
480 acres. .
CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND
Boone Kerlin, Agent
Dated April 16th, 1911.
The cheque of the successful tenderer will be held as security, or part
security, for .the due fulfilment of the
contract to be entered Into.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By order,
L. K. JONES,
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canals
Ottawa, May 26, 1911.
(Newspapers  inserting  tbis  ad ver
tisement without authority from the
Department will not be paid for lt.)
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Tenders for Construction of Sewers.
East Half West End Sewer.
Tbe Corporation invite tenders for
the construction of about eleven miles
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 tho
24th July, 1911.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, B.C., July 10, 1911.
RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY
WATER SUPPLY.
Tenders for Service Pipe and Fittings.
Sealed  tenders endorsed  "Tenders
CA3TING EYES UPON , IRI8H LANDLORDISM
PORTUGUESE WEST AFRICA \ 8LIGHTING VICEROY
Berlin,
whether
f>   Dublin, July  17.���The oft-repeated
July    17.���The    question  announcement   that   Dublin    society
a  secret  treaty  exists   be- had   boycotted    the   Lord-Lleutenanc
C. L. BLIGHT,
Clerk Municipal Council.
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
New Westminster District.
and Lady Aberdeen has caused a
great deal of annoyance. The fact is
that society, as represented by the
landlord class, the habitues of the
Kildare Street club, and military society are dead against the government, but to Lord and Lady Aberdeen
no one can  feel  otherwise  than  re-
������ ���  -    , .       .   ���,   spectful and grateful.   No other pair
Portuguese colonial possessions is ai-  Qf vlceroyameB have done more  for
I ready decided upon by secret agree- the magg���8 or t0 ,mprove the condl.
! ment between these two powers, and Uon Jg ��J very poor
j Herr Harden contends that the Ger-,    At the annual meetlDf. ot the Wex.
man pollcy in Southwest Africa can  ford C0unty Councll   c   H   Peacock9
j be lustifled only on tb* grounds that  waB   elected    viceK:hairman     unani-
| this assumption is founded on fact   | mougjy
I. Herr  Harden points  out   that,  al-,     Mr   Peacockei a protestant, ln re-
though   it   is  now   twenty-flve  years turning thanks, said the action of the
for service pipe, etc., will be received! tWeen England and Germany concern-
rmthoenur���sntir*��Ti>Tto^ ****** *��� ���rr
the supply of service pipe and fittings' colonies  in  Africa   ls  discussed   iy
required by the above municipality.    ! Herr Maximilian Harden in his week-
Quantities and forms of tender may j.- revtew   pie zukdnft.     Many Ger-
be had at the office of the Engineers, '    .    .    k_,i���.,.h tnr vpara
Cleveland   &   Cameron,   506   Winch | ����ns have firmly b^teved for years
building,  Vancouver, to  which office | Pal.^aiJh2,l^��  **
tenders should be addressed.
Re^n &Sti co^Tr = by^reaty with th. Portug^  ^ ^n^^t to^ot^
1 east, except  part conveyed torthe    northern    frontier   of   German. from underneath the feet ot the op-
Southwest  Africa  was   fixed, no  ef-   poneata  of   home   rule,
I NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict of Net? Westminster���Take    notice    that    I, H.    M.
��� Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation mer-
|-chant, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
'lands:
Commencing at a pest planted about
one mile east of T. L. 32454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake, thenco
south 80 chains, tb>nce west 80
chains, Uience north 80 chains, thence J p^...--. . .��� niHTRirT nii**** ��.l
east 80 chains to point-of commence- ^^JJ��_iD DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
ment and contalnfifg 640 acres more1 J^T^fl ttoti^ ^ b, A?H
or IegB , Dick, of Calgary, Alberta, occupaUon
���  M  mvAR     I married woman, Intend to apply for
Duncan 6'HiraAaekt ! Perml"������> *�� purchase the following
m.v 9  ion Dunctn OM*ra' A*ent-; described lands:    Commencing at a
may t, mil. ^^^^_! pogt pianted at tne northeast corner
,.u. ..,,������   .mm. iof  lot  380, thence  west 80    chains,
LAND registry act. j thence north 80 chains, thence east
I 40   chains,  tbence   south   40   chains,
te the fractional northwest quarter thence east 40 cbalns, thence south
of section    7, township    11    (121 40 chains, containing 480 acres more
acres), Langley Farm, part of lot 3, or less.
I subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
1/2, New Westminster district. H 	
f Whereas proof ot the loss of cer-!    Dated April 16th, 1911
tiflcate of Utle number 7721F, lssuel ________________
In the name of Colon   McLeod,   has COAST    LAND    DISTRICT-Dlstrict
been filed in this office. '   ' of Coast���Take notice tbat I, George
Notice is hereby given that I shall, Howard Dick, ot Calgary, Alberta, oo-
at the expiration of one month from cupation real estate, intends to apply
the date of the first publlcatlpn here- for penniBg|on to purchase the fol-
of. In a daily newspaper published ln (owing described lands: Commencing
the city of New Westminster, Issue a at a p^ pianted southeast corner of
duplicate of the said certlflcate, un- 7 l. 31792, tbence north 80 ehains,
less in the meantime valid objection thence east 80 chains, thence south 10
lie made to me ln writing. j chains to lake shore, thence follow-
C. S. KEITH, lng lake shore in southwesterly direc-
Distrlct Registrar of Titles, tlon to point of commencement, con-
Land   Registry   Office.   New   West-  taining 320 acres more or less,
.minster, B.C., July 11, 1911. 1 GEORGE HOWARD DICK.
Bert  Warren, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
CORPORATION  OF  BURNABY.
To Contractors.
Tenders are Invited for grading:
Douglas Road (Boundary Road east
three miles).
Barnet Road (Boundary Road to
Pole 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 be returned to all bona fide
tenderers. ���
Tenders wlll not be considered unless submitted on official forms and
accompanied by marked cheque for
6 per cent of the amount of tender.
The Councll does not bind, itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to tho
undersigned will be received up to 12
noon, July 24th, 1911.
WM. GRIFFITHS.
Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B. C.
ayKe' ,  I Southwest  Africa  was   fixed, no  et- pon^ta  of   home   rule,   whose    cry
A  certlflcate  of  Indefeasible  Title; fort  has  been  made  to  ealead   the about t_e  interests of  religion  was
to thei above property will be issued   German dominion over the   Ovambo more political than sectarian      That
to Thoknas R. Pearson on the 21st dayj C0UBtry, lying to the extreme north j wag th< vlew of M old man  ,-j.fr,-
of August, 1911, unless in the mean-  of the German protectorate and bor-; ,-jti,  the people.      The fact   ot  the
time a valid    objection    thereto    be j Bering    on    Portuguese     territory, council electing him from among tho
made to me in writing by a person or, Tnere i��� at present, he says, n�� Ger- minority gave  force  to  the  presenl
persons claiming an estate or Interest | man 80idier, official or agent in the movement in favor of legislation for
Ovambo country, only six Rheniob the country, and not only that, but lt'
and eleven Finnish missionaries are gnve everyone to understand the gear
endeavoring to spread among the na- ,-roslty of tke majority toward the mi-
tlvee the civilizing Influence of Chris- ao-tyr. it gave a stability to the na-
tlanlty. In the year 1900 Lieutenant tional movement, and he hoped alt
Franke visited a few Ovambo chiefs weuw work together under the lead-
on his own account, and reported that ��rai1|p 0f the Irish party for the sake
his reception was friendly, and that ��f _4he country.
there were no obstacles in the way 	
of establishing German authority ln
the country. No steps were taken,
however,   by  the
therein, or any part' thereof.
> C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, July 17, 1911.
The person or persons having fa
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to tbe
said property are requested to deliver
the same to the undersigned.
A mortgage dated October 11, 1892,
made by James Rousseau ln favor of
the United Trust Limited.
DOMINION TRUSX, CO., LTD.
D. W. Johnston, Applicant or Agent.
New Westminster, B. C.
AGNES DICK.
Bert Warren, Agent.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict Ot New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupaUon, married woman, inteads to apply for permission to purekeoe the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north of T. L. 910 on
the west shore ot Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thenceaoath
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tbence north 80 cbalns to the point of
commencement and containing S49
acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE,
O'Gerle, Agenl.
Date June 6, 1911.
vCOAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
Coast���Take  notice  that  I,  James
l_ OUHl 1 one     uwmw.      ..-----
A. Forrester, ot Saskatoon Saskatche-, COAST LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of
wan, occupation broker, Intends to , coast-Tak- DoUce that I, Hannah
apply for perm ssion to purchase the^Buehleri _, Ca,garyf Alberta, occupa-
following described lands: Commenc- Uon 8p,nBter> intends to apply for
lng at a post p.anted at the north- perm|8Bion to purchase the following
In- de8criije(j lands:    Commencing at a
NBW WESTMIN8TER LAND DIB-I
TRICT���District ot New Westmim-1
ster.���'Take notice that I, James-
Fergus O'Connor Wood, of North Vancouver, occupation merchant. Intend
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about three miles north of T. L. 916
on the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
theace east 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date Jnae 6, 1911.
Sealed Tenders sdisssssd to   the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
lor Public Building, Chilliwack, B.C.,'
will be received at this office until 4
pjn. on Monday, July 24, 1911, tor
the construction of a Public Building
CklUwack, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of
contract can be seen and term* ot
tender obtained at the office of Mr.
William Henderson, resident archl-
teet, Victoria, B.C., at tha Post Office,
Chilliwack, B.C., and at this Depart,
ment
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating tbeir occupations and
places ol 1 evidence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of
residence of each member of the firm
most be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
ky an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to tbe order ot the
Honorable tbe Mlulster ot Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10)' of
the amount of the tender, which wlll
be forfeited it the person tendering
decline to enter Into a contract when
called up mi to do so, or fall to OOton
plete the work contracted for.   If the |
Polaa Used in Canada.
Ottawa,    July    17.���Tke    forestry
  government,  and  branch of tha Department of the la-
nothing was done, when, ln the year tertor, has complied statistics deal-
1901, Captain Kliefoth unsuccessfully _^ vu_ the pales parckased ln Can-
endeavored to punish the Ovambos ada during 1910. The total number
for murdering two German traders, ofi pales purchased wsa 782,841 or an
Oa the suppression of the Herrero in- increase ot 118 per cent over 1909.
surrection, troops were stationed, The total value of these poles at
along the southern borders of the point of purchase waa $1,043,874, and
Ovambo country to prevent the im-, the average price of polaa was $1.33
petuous natives from penetrating the' or less by 6 centa Unas tke price per
peaceable districts of the Protector-1 pole In 1909. Steam raOroads, tele-
ate, and nothing further happened un- phone and telegraph campaales used
tfl In the year 1908 Captain Franke 95 per cent: of these poles, the re-
obtained permission to travel ln the mainlng 5 per cent befng need by
Ovambo country. 1 electric roads, power asst Mgkt com-
. ������ panies; 97 per cent ef tke total con-
ooibvloff SEAL sumption; w���� cadar poles, which for
PRIBYLOFF MAL VAN|,H|N0I their^ ������� ^���*��*"
any other wood.   At presort none of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ irved
  _.,, ....      ,       * by   any   method; lis  wUch   respect
pany Illegally killed 128,478 yearitoK gUteg_  ^rhg. Vnlm g^^ ulfcm_ to
" .    ���0    r,_..����� .!���,��' these poles are' treated! or ors
Washington, July 18.���Charges that fcto   mJ^ 1_J-h^���  lw,  .uJ ,
*/**���*.        ���" -' _. ._,_.    ,.M|A OWWB'      .****?      *J****m*     OUOT.    1^���g     SS*
seals, valued at approrimately$5,00��.-.l4<9 g^gjfo j^ at m averag.
000 during ito recent lease of the aM rf $lg9 m at M emtm maf% _^
Pribyloff Islands, are made by Henry ,e than. ln. Cmmdk, fttuad that it
W. BMett, of Ctoveland, Ohio, who w tnenr ^ ugw ppmmm&9 meUl.
continued his testimony before the ^ Dur,n(f the lMt ���,__ y<|___ tne
house committee on expenditures in treatmelrt of pater haw advanced rap-
the department of commerce and la- ,d,y  ^.^.u, 1W9   w ������. cent of
bor. the total number were- tr��ated by the
RejmesenttfiTe Rothermel, or creoBOte or other metlh-lb. Thfis Is
Pennsylvania, chairman of the com- M lncreMe of 67 ���,_. cent ,_,_. the
mittee declared tkat department of number treated lir WO*. At present
Justice will be asked to prosecute the VWtli Butev fo-^ 87 timber
the company if the Elliott charges can treat,_g  plantg   wb,fe   CanBfc   n,,
be sutlstaaffated.  | non'e    jt. iB t0.   DB   Doped mat this
"~ l great' inequality  will noon be
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT.���District of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, James
Charles Wood, of North Vancouver,
occupation merchant, Intend to apply
ence west so cwu.. ?or Pe���IS*I?,,toi>urc^a8e the ,1oUoW';
chains, thence   east i lnS described_Iands:    Commencing at
��� I a   nnat  nranted     ab
.-west  corner  of  the Green  Point  ln- described
,-dlan reserve, thence west 40 chains. poBt pianted at the southeast corner
.thence north 80 chains, thence east of T L 31792> ti,ence weBt 80 chains,
40 chains, thence    south 80    chains, thence 80Uth 80 chains, thence   eastr-- --���,;-,
.containing .120 acres more or less. 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to'a P��st Planted    about    three    miles
JAMES ADAM FORRESTER, polnt   of COmm��icement,    ���������<nin��l north of T. L. 916 on the west shore
Boone Kerlin, Agent 640 acreB more or JeM
containing
Dated April 19th, 1911.
>COAST LAND DISTRICT���Distiict of
Coast���Take notice that I, C. John-
eon,  of   Moose  Jaw,    Saskatchewan,
- occupation carpenter, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the    following described lands:  Commencing!
at a post planted at the southeast side'
of the south end ot Read Island an.l'
i at the northeast corner of T. L. 37502 |
thence west 80 chains, thence north
40    chains, thence    east    80 chains,
thence south   40 chains,   containing
320 acres more or less.
CHARLES JOHNSON,
Bert Wanen, Agent
HANNA BUEHLER,
Boone Kerlin, Agent.
Dated April 16th, 1911.
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
ot Haslam lake, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
east 80 cbalns. 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.
 __.__.__.__.__.__^__.__^      done
ef Canst Accident 1 away wttH, and' Mat pole ujsenr   la
Victoria.  July   17���Another  victim .Canada may take up als ckeap and
was claimed by tke George last night* ratlOmti metBod oT securing   greater
wheni Fred Wyatt, the son of a lino- service *"">> ���� ooles used, and thus
typ�� operator on the Victoria Times,  lessening the dtalh on the forest,
was drowned by the upsetting of his  pope.~u. LOVEt"
r  . ���.,__...      .        . canoe.    Wyatt waa paddling through  rvrK-     ����-teiil fuiiny-stoiwm
tender be not accepted   the   cheque  tne dangeroU8 itr,,n when his canoe:' Tir TEtLTONNY-STURTCB
win be retained _
Tke Department does not bind Itself to accept the lcwe-f or any ten-
dijr.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Publlc Works,
Ottawa. June 29, 1911.
Newspapers will not be    paid   for
this advertisement if they Insert   ik
without authority from the   Depart1
ihetrt.
AUCTION
swerved sfde-on to the stream, and
���Immediately turned over. The unfortunate fellow was sucked under and
drowned. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
the top of the frail craft and was
rescued a few minutes later. s
Rome,. July 17.���The pope is noted
for hit- sense of humor and a story
His companion climbed on^Ier    Many of the stories attriBrted
" Vo him are not gemiftie.   He is becom
ing like Lincoln in a sense. During Lincoln's career at the White
House- We was put down for every
story considered good enough to
print, so totr wlttl Pope Plus, having
gained' a- reputation for stories hundreds are  put  up to. Win   which  he
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
To Contractors.
Tenders are Invited    for   clearing      ^	
and  grubbing only, of the following  never heard' of until' they^ got Itoro the
streets: paper* ��
Royal Oak road, River road to B. 0.      The  Revs.   Arthur   Cocks,   Henry
E..H. (except where no right of way),  Hlnde,. Oliver  Henly,  Henry  Prince,
' Ernest Sbebheare and John Steel., tor-
73. chains.. ~.~	
Royal Oak road, centre D. L. 80 to merly Anglican celrgjmen wbo have
Still creek (except where no right of Joined, the Catholic church, ������� "*���
-1���     1 ���1_..J    .���kJaoi>nn
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed    to    the
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway," will be received at this office
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of N��w Westminster.���T^ke notice that I, J. I. Dws'
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
intend to apply fbr permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing    at    a   post   planted
Dated April 10th, 1911.
COAST LAND D1STRICT-D strict cf
Coast-Take notice that 1. James
Walker of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
occupation broker, Intends to apply
for permission  to purchase th      to-
until IG o clock on Tuesday the 1st about one mI?e eagt ot T. L. 32454,
of August, for a section of about 1&5 and two m|Ie8 from H'aslam Lake
miles from Pas Mission to Thicket ( thence east 80 chains, thence north.
Portage. 80 chalns, thence    west   80    chains,
Plans,   specifications   and   form   of  thence south 80 cha,ng t0 the point #
commencement, and   containing   640
lowing descrihed lands:  Commencing
&%.&��r^ ��i the h'1^
���,11" ..a*.     Ort    ..li   lint
contract to be entered into can be
seen on and after Wednesday, May
31. at the office of the Chief Engineer
of the Department of Railways
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office
at a post planted 20 chains, west
SyrtSSKTSS& thence.(Bay   Railway.   Winnipeg
mm*,   sn    chains,   thence    soutli    t>0   places  forms  of  tender
acres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
         way), 77 chalnB.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE^ PRO--I     Pole Line road, Barnet road to Bur-
PERTY AT EDMONDS JUNCTION;.: raid Inlet. 40 chains. I
_,      _       _       ,        ��� Cariboo road, Gunn road to John-.
Five Cent fans from New ^^ road> 60 chalng ,,
Westminster. Queens  avenue,   Burrard  inlet    to
To   .hose looking for a SURE and   South D. L. 131, 83 chains.
LUCRATIVE   INVESTMENT;  fitm    *!     Seventh   avenue,   Sixth   street   to
.,     ' K . _.���  Coldicutt road, 100 chains.
small outlay   of   cash,   we   strongly,     Twentleth    Btreet>    Tenth    avenue
recommend    their   attention*   to this   (Cityi to Mara road, 48 chains. !
sale, Gilmour avenue,    Barnet   road    to
WEDNESDAY, THE 26th  INST,      Douglas road, 62 chains.
2:30 p.m. * Cumberland road, diversion to Bur-
_ ,     , a. ' ���    .     .1 ,1,   nal)y lake. *0 chains.
Favored with instructions we wiU Specincat,on8 and generai condl-
nQ to the highest bid: tlon8 of contract may be procured, at
(1) Store building with. klM^ Engineer's Office, Edmonds, B.C.,
entrances, suitable for partitipatas! 0n depositing $2.00' which will be re-
��ff for two  good    stores     wih five, turne(, ��� bona fl     tenderer9
room flat above, and 46.foot lot. on, Tenders wlll TOt be considered un-
Edraomsstreet-the business street. ]e8B submIUed on ofT(clal forms an���
and within a hock and  tortf of sta- accom      , ma
tion and block of new buildingjust be-.        cent       th ^
jv*Mv.n, ��� ���.    _ WQr���i r��*
cently. ordained sub-deacona by Cardinal. Merry del Vai. The new converts were subsequently received in
audience with the pape.
Italian painters snd wtitars have
been giving their views aa, to what
should constitute the regulation attire for the male sex. Out of 1000
answers $40 decide for a radical
change In men's fashions. Leonardo
Bazzaro, the artist, would like to Bee
the number of buttons reduced, the
high stiff collar done away with and
*e soft hat adopted. Alfred Melanl
is an enemy to the prevailing fashion
because it is colorless and without
folds. Ugo Fleres, the writer, is in
favor of the trousers being dispensed
I with, on tho ground that this garment is an c-nemy to sculpture.
CHINA  BEHEADS
POPPY GROWERS
east
at
may
which
be  ob-
easi   80    chains,   thence    souia    ,>u   .,
chains to salt water, tlience following  talned
shore line in southwesterly direction      pal.ti,>��, t.���,^��,i������  -tn  v ���   j
to northeast corner of Squirell Cove      l artIcS ,endeHn8 will be required
Indian reserve, thenoe west 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing 480 acres more or less.
JAMES WALKER.
Bert Warren, Agent.
Dated April fith, 1911.	
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
ing erected, costing $15,000.   Terms-
$500 cash, balance very easy.
(2) Thirteen other lots adjoining.
Terms���$90 cash, balance 6;, 12 anl
18 months.
Particular attention is called to
these properties from an investment
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   mllea   south   of   Pendev
Harbor at Point Francis,  and about
150 feet southwest from lot 997, and
���  ?00 feci southeast from  lot  2792.
PHARLES EVELYN FALKNER..
May 29th, 1911.
to accept the fair wages schedule pre-1 Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl'
pared or to be prepared by the Do- Cate of title number 7105A. issued ln
partment of Labor, which schedule the name of John Herbert Turner has
will form part of the contract. been flled in this office.
Contractors are requested to bear Notice is hereby given that I shall,
In mind, that tenders will not be con- at the expiration of one month trom
sldered unless made strictly in ac- the date of the first publication here-
cordance with the printed forms, and 0f, in a dally newspaper published ln
ln the case of firms, unless there are the City of New Westminster, issue
attached the actual signature, the a duplicate of the said certificate, un-
nature of the occupation, and place less in the meantime valld objection
of residence of each member of   tha be made to me ln writing
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles,
Re Lots 7 and 8, Block 11, Steveston.      .^ of v,ew as the activity ln   de-
"" "" ' *      ""    velopment  in  Edmonds  Just  now  is
The council does not bind Itself to
accejit the lowest or itny tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned will be received tiwt later
than 12 noon, July 24th, 1911.
W3f. GRIFFITHS.
Clerk.
Municipal Hall, Edmonds, H.C.
marked and houses are being started
all around. This activity is bound
to continue and purchase of land like
the above must show a quick advance, especially when an opportunity
of buying below value Is afforded.
Property has gone up 100 per cent,
here within nine   months.   Go   and
Land Registry   Ofllce,   New West-
flrm.
An accepted bank cheque for   tho
sum of $200,000.00 made payable   to
the order of the Minister of Railway* minster, B.C.. June 19th. 1911.
and Canals must aocomnany each ten- ***S*S������' *       ���  ��������������������
rter,  which  sum   will  be  foifeite-.l  lf   _,,���_ BOo b  n  b.> am
the party tendering declines entering, FMn* B88, P' ��- Box 8D1-
into  contract  for  the work, at    the^-^^    &   BrethoUf
rates stated ln the offer submitted.
The cheques thus nent in will be
returned to the respective contractors
Those tenders are not accepted.
Bee the place for yourself���that's all \ in   the   name   of   Robert   MacClure
we ask, and remember these proper
ties must be sold. Those are our Instructions.
Place ot   sale    wlll be announced
later.
Chas. Dawson
Shanghai,  July  17.���Human   heads
tn   baskets   and   ears    skewered   on
sticks testify ln silent, eloquent voice
that the ChincEe government la bent
unon    extirpating    opium.    The    un-
i sheathed  sword is  being  canied  to
j the 1 oppy fields of Central and West-
j cm China, and the blood of those who
I insist upon defying the Imperial edict
i prohibiting the manufacture of opium
; ls flowing ns evidence that the gov-
  I ernment meant business when lt en-
Re the northwest quarter of section  tered lnt0 a comPact with the British
20, township 12, New Westminster  government in 1907 to suppress poppy
district. 1 cultivation.
^^^ '    The agreement which China made
with the Indian government, which
went Into effect January 1, 1908, called for a reduction of the export from
India by 5100 chests a year for three
years,   provided  that  Chl^A.  reduced
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Whereas proof of the loss of    cer-i
tiflcate of title number 12190A, Issued
Blake, has been flled ln this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at tbe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
same   ratio   and   thereafter   to   con-
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
tne nare 01 me nr��i yuuuusuuu ucio-   ���
of, In a ("ally newspaper published in   Uttue  the  reduction until  the expiry
the  Cltv of New  Westmiuster.  issue  of tra:'.e in 1917.
��� a duplicate of the said certificate, un-      China has more than kept her bar-
Auctioneer and  Appraiser tor \\ard,; ,esa ln the meantlme valld objection   Rain.     Scarcely  had   the   agreement
Burmester &  ven  Graevenltz.      j be made to me m wrltlne       _ , been made than an edict went forth
C. S. KEITH, ' into  the  distant  provinces   ordering
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry  Office.' New  Westminster, B. C, July 10, 1911.
Phone 4595.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
1383*) THE DAILY NEWS.
the uprooting of growing poppy and
prohibiting the planting of a new
cro?. a* ��� i "l
j_ . . *rtS*t-aP*a*
-y~%sa,:���***���*���**.*** .^*
-���c
i
PAQB EIGHT
THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1011.
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
Mrs. J. R. Agar and family are
located at Bluckie Spit for the summer  season.
Dr. and Mrs. McQuarrie and family
leave this morning for the upper
country and wfll be' away ten days.
Miss E. Ballinger, of this city, who
has been visiting in Seattle and Ever, to  gteveston  and  return  on  Sunday
The monthly meeting of the board
of trade Ib called for tomorrow evening. Improvement of the transportation service between Westminster
and Victoria is one of the matters I
which will receive attention. i
Commencing Sunday,   July 23, thel
steamer Transfer will make tbe trip
Store Closes
at S o'clock.
'TED
Saturdays
9.30
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on firs." Why worry; tne out a pol
Icy in one of tho quick settlement
companies which   I   represent.
A. W. McLeod
!htav\A*lMil-\mS^
m mM
Make life a
pleasure by
using our
Electric Irons
and
Water Power
Washing
Machines
w.     ������':
JAMES & McdGHAN
553 Front Street
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room S Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
ett, has returnC.l horn*?:    Accompany-,
lng her is Miss''E;'Turcot, daughter I
of Mr. and Mrs..   Philip    Turcot,   of
Everett.   Miss Turcot will stay In the
city for some time. !
This morning Chick, the Japanese j
who was remanded for investigations;
on the charge of having attempted
to bribe acting chief of police Stanton, will be brought before acting
Magistrate Whiteside for hearing. On
Monday the man was fined $100 for
selling excising liquors without having a license.
The Call Automatic Switch has no
equal, therefore no competitors. This
is t he reason why It is such a success as a business proposition. It
will pay you to see it. Room 2 Trapp
building. **
A slight fire, which was started on
the sawdust flats on Twelfth street
yesterday afternoon necessitated the
attendance of an engine from the
chief fire hall for a brief period. How
ever a plentiful supply of water did
all that was required to quench the
flames, which at One period had obtained a hold on the sidewalk.
A forest fire from clearing near
Port Mann, re-enfsroed from more
than one smudge started to keep
down the mosquitoes, which have
been extremely troublesome this year
caused a spectacular blaze across tbe
river yesterday, which lit up the coun
tryside after darkness came on.
Carpentering, cabinet making, upholstering, bedding remade, furniture
repaired and renovated. A. J. Wixey,
513 Agnes street.   Phone G70.     **
J. H. Edwards, the new municipal
constable at Burnaby In place of Constable Parkinson, took over his duty
yesterday. He has been in the Canadian Infantry, a member of the Yukon
field force, and or the North West
Mounted Police. Among other appointments he has held are those of
member of the Nelson and Nakusp
police forces and chief of the fire department at Claresholm, Alta. for two
years.
Which way would you go 1 If you
were to take a tylp to New York; by
one railroad yo.u ���make lt In tour and
a half days; by another ln five'dayb;
accommodations are the same. By 1
using the Call Automatic Switch a
half day can be saved. This ls why |
the railroads are buying it. This
switch is still on exhibition at room 2
Trapp bulU I .g. Open day and even-
lug till 3.    ��� ���*
VV. T. Cooksley, the well known
photographer of this city, has been
commissioned by the department of
agriculture at'Ottawa to prepare a
series of pictures for the purpose of
better exploiting British Columbia in
general, and Westminster district in
particular. Mr. Cooksley, who ha3
been in the past favored by various
departments of the Dominion government with commissions, will prepare
at once the most recent order and
transmit to the easl the result of his
labors.
The magnificent McLaughlin-Buick
automobile, to be given away by tho
Daily News, is to be seen ln the win
dow at T. A. Mulr's drug sto:e, Columbia street.,;(PuH' particulars on
page six. ���*
The well-known minstrel   organiza
tlon carried on for a number of years
by  Richard and Pringle.    "The Geor-!
gia Minstrels." was    in    town yester-!
day, and the usual street parade prov- J
ed the capacity of the negroes as instrumentalists.   In the evening before']
tlie performance at  the op^ra house,.
they gave a free open air concert in
front of the theatre, which led many!
to    see    tlieir major performance iri-j
side.    The chffi'pkny are the shinlns1
Ik'hts of minstrelsy, and their display-
was   both   clean   ancl   effective.     The
charm of the old plantation songs ne-'
ver dies away, and to these the com-|
pany addei  many ' new  and  pleasing'
efforts.
afternoons during the fishing season
leaving the B. C. Electric wharf at
3 o'clock. Round trip every Saturday,
leaving B.-K. wharf at 2 o'clock.   **
The Public
Supply Stores
BANG!
Jar prices all
knocked to pieces
The famous
THIRD WEEK OF OUR BIG
Midsummer Sale
STARTS OFF WITH A HUM
Bargains for All
Read This List
E. Z. JARS
are selling *%t {
Half Gallon $1.75
Quarts - - $1.25
Pints  - - - $1.00
They are selling
very fast at these
extraordinary
prices. Buy now
MIDSUMMER SALE CLEARANCE OF WASH
GOODS.
With this end ln view we have slaughtered prices
on wash goods, the values offered you at this sale
are out of the ordinary; In some cases goods, marked less than half price.
SAVE   ON VESTINGS AND MUSLINS.
White Vestings and Swiss Muslins in floral, figure:!
cross-bar checks, polka dot and stripe effects. Extra
qualities; regular to 25c values. Sale Price, per
yard '.	
.15c
OUR LINE OF
Water Wings
AND
Bathing Caps
is complete.   We also
carry a large stock of
Camping Necessities
MUIR'S DiG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Weatminater, B.C.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
HALF PRICE.
Values 25c* Sale Price, 12>/2c Per Yard.
Fancy muslins in navy and black grounds with
white spots and fancy figured designs. Repps In
stripe effects, shades of hello and white, brown and
white, etc., also Belt colored Jap crepes.
An excellent choice of beautiful Foulards, Muslins
and Cotton Voiles. Big selection of shades and
patterns. Widths 29 inches; regular values to 45c.
Sale Price, pe- yard   -. 30c
WAISTS���GREAT  VALUES.
Women's Lawn, Linen and Vestins Waists, in Gibson and tailor ad styles; some with laundered colla"
and cuffs; val-ies regular to ��1.50. Sale Price,
each 75c
BUY CAMP TOWELS AT A BIG SAVING.
Brown Turkish Towels; size 20x38, good weight-
regular 35c values.   Sale Price, per pair 25c
Turkish Towe s; natural with white stripes, size
22x45 inches, extra quality; regular 50c. Sale
Price, per pal'  40c
Extra Heavy Brown and Grey Turkish Towels; size
24x54 inches; regular 75c values. Sale Price, per
pair    60e
TABLE CLOTHS���EXTRA SPECIAL.
Size A6x68 anl 72x90 inches Linen table Cloths,
values   regular to $2.00.   Sale Price, each $1.25
BOYS' BLOUSE8  AND   SUITS   PRICED   FOR
QUICK SELLING.
These values are possible through Midsummer Sale
low pricing. In many cases prices are less than
half. Blouses priced from 35t each. Bring tho
boys along anl have tbem fitted at such a savin;.
GLOVES���BIG SPECIAL.
Women's Summer Lisle and Net Gloves; in shades
of tan, brown, fawn, grey, white and black; values
to fiOc.   Sale  Price, per yair   35c
WHITEWEAR   AT  E!G   SAVINGS.
Values such as we offer In Whitewear you wlll find
hard to equal. All marked to make a speedy clearance.    Come     and inspect these wonderful values.
BOHEMIAN
cm
Is now under new management. Meals
at all hours, night and day.
Merchant's Dinner from 11.30
up to 8 o'clock; 25c.
The cafe Is centrally located, 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.
Comer of Columbia and Eighth Sts.
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AUSTRIAN NAVY
WILL BE IMPROVED
Vienna, July IS.���Austria soon will
have a navy which must be reckoned
with when the next line-up of powers
is considered. Her first dreadnought,
the Virlhus Unitis, already has taken
the water, another will be launched
in Xovember, a third is on the way |
and the contracts have been let for
the fourth.
While this does not put Austria in
the front rank of naval powers in the
present state of naval strength In Europe, her four dreadnoughts ln 1916
will make her an ally worth considering in any war for naval supremacy.
I understand that it is contemplated to build four more great battleships as soon as possible which will
give Austria a .fleet of eight of us fine
ships as float the sea.
lt is denied that Germany is financing the Austrian naval program, but
there is a strong impression in diplomatic circles that the Kaiser has as-
sured the Vienna government that all
the money .uaedai.. can he obtained in
Berlin ancl on favorable terms.
10-ACRE BLOCKS
We have just placed on the market a few choice blocks of partly
improved and fully improved land.
Very  Suitable for Market
Gardening and Fruit
Growing
The land has been well farmed for
years and is in first class shape for
producing profitable crops. Some
blocks have buildings and bearing
orchards, also small fruits.
Special Terms--One quarter cash
balance spread over two and a half
years.
F.].Hart&Co,Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
������������
L
INTERURBAN THAMS
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5:45
a.m. and every 15 minutes
thereafter untll 11 p.m. Sunday leaves at 6, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Eburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for ClTIliiwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4:05 and
6:10 p.m.
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced tates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on its Fraser Valley
line.
Tickets will be on sale on
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE   THI8   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
A New Stock of Bathing Caps
and Water Wings
$4.00 SEATTLE AND RETURN
Account Golden Potlatch.
Leave Vancouver July 18. Return Ll mlt July 24
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
Pnciflc Railway trains east 10'J miles.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All  Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.    No trouble to answer questions.
Harry G. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone Seymour 7100
L. V. Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight)   Phone Seymour 3065
GENERAL   AGENCY   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
AT
Ryall's Drug Store j;
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIAN.
���PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST BLOCK.
CALL AND 8EE THE LATE8T   IN TORIC BIFOC^S.
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