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WHITE ROCK.
Undlsputably    ths    Finest    snd
Safest   Bathing   Beach   in   B.   C.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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JITE ROCK
is Gi^itja^^Mf ��ey �������<
Cottsges __
and More to Follow.
8upply.
WHITE, SHILES ft CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 118.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  MONDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENT!.
Our   Ten  Days  Special:    One  Hundred Dollars In   Gold
ENJOYABLE PIGNIC      salmon bellies spurt   {COMMISSIONER HAS    l^isTcAll     Samsm       GREAT STRUGGLE
AT BLACKIE SPITj  "m m SEA WAmi     A THANKLESS TASK'    IN SEMIAHMOO BAY     ��� ��*��!�������       ENDS IN VHTOW
ME8SRS. F. J. HART A CO., LTD.,
ENTERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF
THEIR FIRM���PROGRAM OF
8PORT8 CARRIED THROUGH.
The annual picnic of the F. J. Hart
& Co., Ltd., was held at Blackie Spit
on Saturday afternoon.    A company
Champions Spend    Pleasant   Day   at
Blackie Spit���Engage in Field
Games.
The members of the champion lacrosse team of the world accepted a
cordial invitation from Manager C. A.
Welsh and Committeeman J. R. Agar
i to visit at Blackie Spit
day, and balf a dozen cars carried all
JMR. DOUGLA8  FIND8  MANY   PEO- TWO    BATHER8
!       PLE   LAX   IN   DOING   DUTY   BY
���       DOMINION CENSUS ��� CL08ING
DAY8 OF ENUMERATION.
IN    DIFFICULTY
AT   WHITE    ROCK   YESTERDAY���FINE     WORK     OF    COMRADE AND RESCUE PARTY.
Work    Commenced    of    Dismantling 	
Playhouse Today���Pillars to Be      | WESTMIN8TER
TEURS   WIN
Removed from Building.
If   Census    Commissioner    David
~ I
So that the opera house may be
opened In the last week of August
In its new garb, an augmented staff
SENIOR AMA-
FROM VICTORIA
FOUR G0AL8 TO THREE AFTER
16   MINUTES  EXTRA  TIME.
- The small attendance   at Qa
Charles Rennle and Adam Trough-  will be _gut on this morning when tho  D��ri_    _.���    c__t,IPrti.v    ����������������
an  taiaih ���t aD���nurtn.    *,<Ar*A   A*   i. ��f ji .ii ��i._ _i._t.  para    on    Saturday   ufternoon
J"?1*?? Douglas ls to be permitted to carry ton' both ot Sapperton, provided   the  work of dismantling    the playhouse
-10ft    All *        r.nn*mmmm       m.        11TUI.-       D��-l. .      -.._.._         ..,      .   _      .  ���
Campers at  White Rock    yesterday   will be begun.
the Salmon Bellies, with the .��������� out the instructions received    from ��-���� ^/Vonw excUementV
served up to them one of the
vu mm*..-������/   ���  _. mc uaiiuvu oeiiivB, wuu uiv ut^y ���          ������- mornn
of about seventy-five members of the j tlon of Len Turnbull and Punk Wlnte-  Ottawa and have his  lists ln    the     The
staff, their families, and a few invited guests enjoyed the hospitality
of the firm. The head office and the
four branch    offices located   in Van-
two boys, accompanied by A.  John
111 be begun ?aerveu up io mem one of Um most
The amended plans as approved by "cl"n& ,gamea ���** P1"*** te **��
���hn Cort, arrived in the city Satur- ��ovl���nc,a' amateur championship aad
iy, snd those behind   the   concern ��? decl"on WM **** reached after
mute to the Newport of the Paciflc hands of the authorities by August 1, Saint,  while  out in  the  water,  de- day, snd those behind    ...���   ,.,..ra���
j coast shortly after the breakfact hour  local heads of some of the smaller elded to swim   out to   Jack Smith's  qulcJtly got to work and the staff was fl"een m'nutes of extra Ume.
1 yesterday morning.    In    passing    lt manufacturing firms wlll be required  launch, which was anchored in   the engaged. whlch the 8P*ctators were breaihlSM
may     be   mentioned   that   Doughy;  to bustle, and make    tbe necessary bay.   The launch   was   reached   all      Alterations which wift be on an ex- w'th   ��*cltement   and   hoarse   bass
Spring escaped from the watchful eye returns by Wednesday of the present right, but soon after starting to swim  tensive scale wlll    be    made     The cheert"g the,r Meads on to victasy.
couver, Victoria, Chilliwack and   Al- | of Trainer Tim Mahoney at Johnston week, so that these may be sorted out  back Rennie took a cramp and called  cantilever svstem of beam    will   be Jt ajl hinged on flrst scoring a goal tp
dergrove were also represented.
road and  was not picked  until    the   and prepared  for  the chief commis:  for help
..                                                                                                                                                    His companions both went furnished, this doing away with the' ^termlne the victor, as  when  full
in former veara Pitt lake and Bur-' cara reachcd this Point ��n the return sioners office.                                         to his assistance, and tried    to get objectionable pillars which   have   ln *!m* **��� UP each team had notched
in tormer y��r��n                           , Journey.                                                 |    The great   difficulty   In Westmin-  Wm back   to   the   launch.   In   the different parts of the house obstruct- tbree ****���    In the  flrat Westonta-
naby lake have been fa^��r"e r^tdj    That Manager Welsh's   boys   can ster district over the census haa been meantime they were all three drifting ed the full view of the stage.              ,ter ?tnt  away and  8cored U"**.
for those who enjoy this annual event.   take thelr pIace ,��� other branches ot the attitude adopted by many  mer- down the   bay, and presently Trough- The main entrance will be on the and although nothing   was achieved
but all those   present   ��n ��alur"^ ��� "port besides   lacrosse   was   proven chants and men who   should   know ton getting exhausted,   Saint   found corner of Lome and Trew    streets. in the WS��hd the Capitals gradually
were of one mind that Blackie   spit   when shortly after the luncheon hour that the enumeration is a Dominion  that he had both to support.   As he the location of the present entrance pul,ed ���* mtil the^ wanted bitoK
possessed advantages superior to the   a ieries of fleld sports were decided, work, and ls compulsory.    Many of   himself was getting tagged out,    he being utilized for   the    offfces    and to wln out wlth"   After the flrst Wf
other well known places.   Tbe broad , before an appreciative crowd.   In put- the larger houses more than a month  told both boys to float on their backs cloak rooms.                                             ���-...- -��� **-- *-*  	
sandy bathing beach stretching at ting the shot event, Johnny Howard ago filled ln the lists while the
safe and even depth far out into looked Invincible until Ernie Murray house to house visitation has been
Semlamo   bay,    the   gently   sloping j came in sight.   The latest acquisition  completed. i
camp ground well supplied witu , to the champion's ranks showed that I Speaking to a Dally News reore-
shade and pure spring water, and the i he Is a past master ln thla form of sentatlve yesterday evenlna Mr
transportation  and   boating  facilities   manly   exercise,   and   he made   the  Douglas said   that   while   he   wou'1
while he swam ashore for help.
Their plight bad meanwhile beea
seen from the shore, and Captain
Mayers and A. Reid, a brother of Ira
Reid, ran down to the beach, launched a boat, and   pulled   out   for the
PROGRAM FOR
minute of the last quarter lt was say-
body's game and right up till bell
time each made great attempts a*
draw 'level. Naturally when ths end
C. E. UNION RALLY came with a tie there followed a east-
clave between officials on the
The following ls the program   for snd ultimately the representative* *f
combine to make Blackie Spit a placo   other competitors look like novices.      have liked to have sent the completed   b��y��' rescue.    Rennle and Troughton the ^arterly rally of the C. E. union the clubs-decided to have 20 missies
for summer camps and picnic equal-j     An event which was the occasion   lists to the east by the flrst of next' were '�� turn picked up     Both were  to be beld thlfc ��venlng   in   Queens more, or the flrst goal, as a decidtag
led by few places on the ooast.          , for much speculation was the running  month, this would now be practically   ,n a bad way, and   had gone   under   avenue Methodist church: factor.    The   efforts   to   score worn
Welcomes the Guests.               | jump competition, entrance free, and   an Impossibility, owing to the  want They    were    all   In    when   brought      ��pen  P'**"1-'  Rev-  c   w-  Brown: desperate, but  after  fifteen  musts*
After lunch was  served, Mr.  Hart   as many   tries as   you liked.    F. J.  of consideration    exhibited by    some   ashore, but Rennle was able   to walk  duet' Mr' and Mrs. Cosman:  solo, J. Hume got into the net, and the spee-
in  a few  words  welcomed  ths staff   Lynch and H. Ryall tied so often for   people in this city    who   apparently   wlth assistance to the cottage of E   Logan; address, Rev. C. S. McKinley; tators   melted   away   satisfied   after
and visitors and handing the program   premier place that   lt was    decided   looked uoon the enumeration more In ' H- Sands, where he was attended to                  Logan, and  presentation    of cheering the home boys.
over to the master of ceremonies, D.  that they be disqualified, and Johnny   the light of a Joke than anything els-   and put to bed.                                        banner.    There will  also be a num- As to the game Itself, the Victorian
D. Munro, manager of the Vancouver  Howard was awarded flrst prize.          I They would find,    said Mr   DoUKlaV      Troughton,  who was In a Btate of   ���/  of  h>'mna-    The  officers  of the players criticized Mahoney    for   fre-
offlce, enjoined all to make merry.    |     Swimming was Indulged    in,    and .that It was far from being this and   collapse, was later carried up to the   Westminster society  are  T.  F.  Phil- quent handing out of the tabs to Ue
Tbe first event on the program was   after a cooler under the trees, dinner  his Intention was to nut the officials   *ouse, and  willing hands  waited  on     p8, Pre8ldent-   M|8S H. Gaudin, sec- visitors, and while they certainly re-
the managers' race, and was won by   was served, and all arrived back    In   at Ottawa In full posesslon    of    the   both   lads   till   *<tir*e  Turnbull,   who  retary- and Miss C. Scott, treasurer, ceived most attention from him ami
facts and ask that Immediate action   fortunately   was  at  White   Rock  for l��_h_��__,_a_t_k_a_________.__.______T were continually decorating the p
be taken, so that no further waiting   tbe da>'. cau>e and took charge.            www********* ****** a_ty bench, there were    manv   qa
would be countenanced.                          I     Both boys returned to town on tho __,         rn. Shad. r<nui>ntu��
I     The law has laid It down that mem-   evening train.    Troughton. It le likely,  I                                   empemurt.
afternoon,  the    full   bera  ot  the  respective    enumeratlvo .*""'  require  hospital   treatment.     He
team   will be  out at Queens park  In   ataffs must at all times be furnished iB employed at the Acme soda works.
strict  practice  In   view   ofthe    lm-   with  complete  returns failing  which, I  ' ' '���
���ing the Hart cup, and which must be  portant engagement of Saturday next  the courts would bring the offenders
K. F. Ferguson, of Victoria, William the Hoyal City by nine o'clock Bv
Doestcrhoeft. of Chilliwack, and A. speclnl command Messrs. Seabold and
N.  Macintosh, of Aldergrove. coming  Jones, of tbe Royal cafe,    were   ap-
In second and third respectively
Tbe tug of war, head office vs.
branches, was won by tbe stalwarts
of the branch offices, the trophy be-
polnted caterers.
Starting    thla
Wins King's Prize.
      ... Camp,     July     23.���Private
of the series of ten matches in    the   the royal ctty get busy, it looks~as if  Clifford,   of   the    Royal   Grenadiers,
the courts here will .be shortly en- Toronto, yesterday won the King's
gaged In discovering why there has Prlze' tbe greatest event of the Bisley
been refusal of Information. meet.
won for two consecutive years to re-   at Recreation park, when the seventh   to task, and unless some people    ln      Bisley
| tain ownership. <���������,.   ,..._
Tbe  stenographers'  race  was  won   schedule wlll be played
by Mlss B. E. Thompson, of Vancouver.   Miss E. G. Rowat, of Vancouver,
was second.    The first prize was    a
pair of shoes.
The, mercury haa  begun  to
aoar  again,  and   yesterday   lt
reached. - M   degree*    In    ttt*'
shade, according to the official
records .kept hy Mr. H. Wilson.
for the Dominion government.
To Contest Comox-Atlln.
?���   Cumberland, July   23.���T.  E.  Bate
has been unanimously chosen by tbe
The stout ladles' race was won by Cumberland Conservative Association
a visitor, Mrs. George Adams, of New to contest the Comox-Atlln district in
Westminster, prize sold watch. Mrs. the forthcoming Dominion election.
J. A. Gilley was a close second ln this The aid of the Comox and Courtenay
race. associations  has already  been prom-
Hundard Yards Dash. j Ised,  and  It  ls  confidently  expected '	
The event to bring out the largest ' that the Conservative iissociations of
number of competitors was the    100   Alberni and Port Alberni  will co-o;>-1 Sergeartt Parron Wins the Lleut��nan;
yards dash, open to all , Some fifteen   cate with the Cumberland Conserva-'
sprinters started,   but,   I), Ellsworth; liyes ln selecting Mr. Bates.
Mima easli- JeJ tj,e fte!(_; prli_e  box' *���'     .���7~ '
of cigars. I K       Co�� ly  Statuary.
K.  F.  Ferguson, of Victoria, again1     Quebec,    July    ^3.���An    eight-foot
proved   himself  a competent  athlete   group of statuary, with all the figures (
by winning the long jump by a good    carved, from    soflld   gold
������������������������������������������������
To Split Up.
* tlonable tactics employed by th* *fe-
��� Ring: boys.
,���   - Only    on*     unfortunate " Incfdaat
���   marked   the play, tn   the  middle at
the second' Quarter, when FltzgersM
and Brynjolfsen got to blows, snd
came off for twenty minutes each.
The crowd broke ln, and Referee
Mahoney had some difficulty ln parting them to resume the game.
Locals Want Practice.
Westminster showed again lack vt
CONCLUDING DAY AT        j SEVENTY PER CENT PASS
THE RICHMOND RANGE     HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE
New Yorfc, July 23.-The New York  staylng pow;r  ���  although sUrtl��
News   Bureau  publishes  a  statement  __��.______..   ,L���   ��������   .Cr"   ���_T5
Governor's Cup���Local Men Not
Placed.
Complete   List  of   Successful   Candidates   at   Westminster   Centre
for Examination.
.i   . *,,,.._.���...  ,.-.  off  we'i   in  the   flrst,  they   seemed
that an official of the Standard Oil  pIayed out ln the tWr^ ftn/fo��^
comrany   has   announced    that    the   j,  ���nni���*!  .n  ofr���rf tr,  -Z*   .hi.n_T
company   will   split   Into   *��*#��, L^^S^Xt'SX
corporations and  thus carry out the  cldi ,nt cou|(, b(J obtaineVne ""
Dnlted   States   Supreme   Court's   de-      For  the  vh|torg  Carge  and  p-tu_
crew played a bright game   on   tke
given their pro rata share in stocks  iTnV"^.'^ ****  n^t" �� J^f
of the different   constituent   compa-  ^"L S���fn?? a"d Da^ra Prtv-
; cislon.     Stockholders    of   the    New
Jersey  company, It is  said,  wlll   ">e
nies.
Mexican Warship There.
San  Francisco,   July   23.���For
the
ed rough, and the former's tactics
sent bim to the fence, after an absolute refusal to obey the referee, the
goal umpire escorting him off. Tke
Patchells made good in the defence.
i.v winning tun long jump ��y �� good    ��� eu. ,rOIu    BO,.u   sou.,   will   be'     The   annual   meeting   of the B. C ���     The following Is a complete list of jJJ ^,nflalnd^
margin  against  halt  a  dozen  active   erected within the next year or two  Rifle association closed  on Saturday, the  passes   In   the  high   school   en- Mex.)oan   warghi���   anchored    in   San' GaIbraith   and  Leo   Gregory.      Ken-
'    " ""   ""    " trance examination in this centre: Francisco bay.   The gunboat General  net\ MacKenzl<>   only   played   a**
Boys'  Central Guerrero is here, preparatory to   an   ��rUart<��, "   ^'re<   and    att^T'~
ates.     nassed overhauling in drydoc-  at    Hunter's ��f? "U��L* "<* hls P,ac.e-    All
competitors.
A lacrosse stick and a pocket knife
as first and second prizes respectively encouraged keen competition in the
bovs' race. The lacrosse stick went be collected by the French Canadian
to Master Merrill Agar, of Westmin- colony in New York City. The figures
eter,  and  the  knife  to  Master Glen Included   In
ln the famous Church of St. Anne de at the Rlchmond range.   Sergt. L. W.,
Beaupre,  near  Quebec.      The  group , 01..1.  .������im�����t   v*m
with its pedestal of Carrara marble Parron' of the Sixth  regiment,  Van-
is to cost $300,000 all of which will couver, won the much coveted trophy
New  Westminster:
presented by tlie lieutenant-governor.
The winner just mnnaged to beat out
Atkinson, of Vancouver.
Anne.
id   In   the   statuary   are   St.  s     .  G s CaITf pjfth regiment, Vlc-
the Infant Christ and the Vir-  tQfl^ by iwo pointS| and Sergt. A. W.
���Twenty-three     candidates,     passed
IT;  Clarence H. Wilson, t!88;  George  P��,nt-
C. Cross, 081;   Henry R. Davis, 674; J "w- -
John Martin, 62G; Charles W. Travee,
624; Cecil John Burkitt, 620; W. Douglas Robson,  620;   Claude Ruse, 604;
WEDDINGS.
Mlss Winter Maxwell was flrst ln  ?'n  Mary.    The group will be taken  Sean_an" of the 102nd regiment, Nel
the girls' race, over twelve years of   to Rome to be blessed by the Pope, lJ three points, the latter two   Douglas H. Collister, 599; Charles W.
...��       .,*i,l. TI...I. Anr... mmmmmA mmA      R Tl H     Inter    Uflll    L*��*    Avhlhltfill    IT,     rdrinilC '-       J ._.__.         J     ... .*.! 1       Mni-l-nW       Ta-l*)>���      HmtlPV    ShOTt       Ktll*     Pin
boys on tlle home worked hard, and
it ..was a marvel Charlie Smith did
not score several times in the extra
period with fast shots some distance
out. Keary was tested many times,
and proved a careful custodian.   On
Shore���Dashwood-Jones.
   ,,       The wedding took place on Satur-  the whole there is no doubt that If
age, "with    Ruth    Agar    second" "and  and later will be exhibited In various  !^,r,tBmnnIIbelne'"i��econd and��� third   Morrow, 592;  Dudley Short, 591; Cia-  day  afternoon at St. Albans church, the Westminster boys coold last the
Evelyn Webber third.
The fifty yard dash for girls under;C!tntes and Canada,
twelve years o f age Wns won, first by
Helen Agar, whose [Mi* was a gold
bracelet, secoh'd tly Maze] Munro, of
Vancouver, piff* silver bracelet, and
third by Alt* Atkinson, of Vancouver, prize t>0x of chocolates.
Al lh* Close of the cbmpetltlons the
ptlzts W*re presented by Mrs. Hart.
Events Much Enjoyed.
���\l\ the events afforded much    en-
churches    throughout     the     United   reBPectlvely
rence Sayer,  585;   John  Smith, 580;   Burnaby,   of   Miss   Edith   Dash wood-  full period there would be no other
Victoria  made  a  sweeping  victory  Arthur    Annandale,    673;     Frederic   Jones, eldest daughter    of    Mr. and  team in it with them for the Kilmar-
Passage  of  Reciprocity.
Washington, July 23.���By a vote of
of the president's match. The Fifth
regiment, R. C. G. A., of the Capital,
won with an aggregate score of   495
Meredith, 572;   Francis   Cunningham,  Mrs.  W.  A.  Dashwood-Jones, of 627  nock cup this season.
the form in which it emeffeed from
the House of Representatives. Thl3
brings   to  an
564, and Allen  McAllister, 558.
Girls' Central���Twenty-nine Candidates, passed 22: Ruth E. Agar, 764-
Lois W. Macdonald, 724; May L. Bar
clay, 680;  Annie E. Gunn, 665;  Em- was a'quiet one,
Sixth avenue, to Mr. Maitland Moodie,
Shore, of Vancouver.
The   ceremony   was   performed   by
the Rev. D. Dunlop, and the wedding
m*.
ruinator R A cnmn n^\t In line with elene Wilson, 648; Ellen Johnson, The bride wore a travelling suit of
Representatives. This ."ff^LJ ^,^0 which goes to! 642; Janet K. Gilley. 639; Elsie grey, and the groom Had the assist-
end   President   Taft's   ��S_ poinu.   Jhe cup wMcn go o,        . MnAliutPr   603:   ance of the bride's brother. Laurenc*
h��.w    ,  ,   ,,     f , ,, .     with  Canada.    During the campaign
mamt both    for    the    participants  for rccIl)rocIty party llnes wer�� iw��t
urniBh   iu  nu   ouu   rwuw>    '"'lD vinfnriii   was   nresented   by   Lieut.- Baber,   611;   Annie   McAllister,   ovo
long fight for better trade   relation. Victoria   was   P���"��^��">   W   ^ Edlth c   Cook;   59f).   Be8gle A   Nel
��������   ,,,*,     .�����������,  ,�����.  ���..m���sjgn J^fc^2a��^wf-t5JlS son, 593;  Nellie Ayling, 586:  Amy B
.-  , a dividual  cuds  are  given  to each  of Mann, 586;  Lilly Johnson, 567; Clara
away and a vigorous hght was waged ��J*��1  �����  ��� fa ^i #    the Martin,   565;    Thelma    Insley,    563;
ance pf the bride'3 brother, Laurence,
Dashwood-Jones.     There   were     no
to  sa-'dle  the  measure  with   riders
^ind   for  the  spectators.    The  prizes
were donated by Messrs. F. J. Hart,
H.   A.   Eastman,   J.    R. Agar, R. K.
Chapman,  D.   D.   Munro  and   E.   L.
Webber.    M. P^ McLeod, of Vancon- ^ro.msi'tion. ' ManV"amendmenrs ^re captured the skirmishing ma_tch from
ver, acted as official starter. "    '   "' ' l -���-������"��� �����" "<< ����� "-1
After the set program    had    been
completed, the   crowd   scattered    to
enjoy such recreations    as    bathing,   decisive votes
boating and singing or whatever form
of pleasure suited best.
Music  for  the  occasion  was  furn
ished by Pipers Sergeant F. Wright
'.     - -                  _ : ~ -inni.��� tanm                                                       i maxwell       wiium,       ono,       raajgumi
that friends of the measure  claimed winning team.                     Vfcncouv��r,  Mack, 558;   Eunice  Brace, 550;   Es-
would have meant defeat of the whole Tjmf ��J .^^L ^StAM  tella G.  Croll,  550;   Lillian  Jenkins
proposition.   Many amendments were gfgjS.ft'SSSWKo Sti   550; and Cora E. Shaw. 550.
on the calendar when the senate con- the Kilties oi \nniou\ei oy nu to j*      r._a    ���,_,__    m 1_^4_
vencd today but these were   quickly Points
son, 593;  Nellie Ayling, 586:  Amy B. bridesmaids.. The happy couple after-
Clara wards left for the Sound cities where
the honeymoon will be spent.   Upon
Margaret  their return Mr. and Mrs. Shore will
reside at Spence's Bridge, where the
groom 'has an appointment with the
I Maxwell     Winter,     563;
I    Lord    Kelvin���Twenty-two    candl-
cleared   away  by  being defeated  by
Sergt. C J. Fotherglll, of the Sixth dates, passed 15; Charlotte E. Vidal,  Shore, of Kitsllano, Vancouver
regiment, Vancouver, won the   Ross
challenge cup tor attaining   the high
707;   Ensley R.  Bent, 673;  Solomon,
French, 654;   Mary T. Ford, 628; Ivy
I
Astoria Centennial Fleet.
Astoria,    July 21.���  Lieut.     Com- the    lieutenant-governor's    challenge  Bay,
and Private J. Stephen, of the Clan  mander   Louis  C.   Richardson,  fleet cup W. J. Sloan made 164, J. C. Chant
of Vancouver,  commander of the squadron ot naval   berlln 159, and J. H. Vidal 132
vessels,  which  are  to  visit   Astoria
MacLean pipe    band
Much amusement and   novelty    was
added to the occasion by the Scottish
McLellan���Coutts.
prominent     citlzefts   were
nle M. Smlther, 610;  Frank C. Lind- present on Saturday at the marriage
597;    Douglas    A.    Casselman,  of Bessie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j
692;   Kathleen   L.  Davis,   590;    Mar-  Alexander Coutts, and Robert Ander
guerlte C. Wllkie, 587;  John R. Mc- son McLellan, of the Chilliwack Pro-
est aggregate in  the  Victoria,  Van-   B. Bond^626; Lloyd F^Bent, 611; An- __Many
couver and Dawson cup matches. In    '    w   "   "" '���  " "   "   " "''    ~*
Chamberlin shared in the money Tn, lntosh, 579;  Freda E. Connolly, 672;
during' the    centennial    celebration  the 900 and 1000 yards sweepstakes   Charles S. Gray, 668;  and Horace R. and  British Columbian, of this city.
old, Master Jack  from August 10 to September 9 next, and the extra series at S00 yards, and
dancing four year
MacFadden.
At 6 p.m. refreshments were served
snd the Chilliwack and Aldergrove vessels under his command and there
contingents left on the 5:30 train ln will be 871 men and thirty-nine of-
order to catch the six o'clock electric   fleers in the fleet.
trnln  to Chilliwack.    The remainder  _���_
of the,party returned to this city on
the nine o'clock Seattle expressyjilch
has advised   the   Astoria   centennial   Sloan ln the extra series, aggregate,
committee that he will have twelve
Main. 568.
Sapperton ��� Thirteen
passed 7:    Vera Garner,
Goal   Summary.
��� First Quarter���Westminster:
Gregory 6 minutes. ,
J. A. Smith 10% minutes.
C. Smith 1% minutes.
Third  Quarter���Victoria:
McDonald 3% minutes.
Clute 10% minutes.
Fourth Quarter���Victtorla:
Clute 60 seconds.
Extra Time���Westminster: ft
Hume 15% minutes.
Penalties���First Quarter:
McGregor 5 minutes.
Brynjolfsen 6 minutes.
Second Quarter:
Dakers  6 minutes.
J. A. Smith 6 minutes.
Fitzgerald and Brynjolfsen 20 minutes.
Third Quarter:
McCarter 5 minutes.
Johnson and  Swanson   5 minutes.
Fourth Quarter:
Brynjolfsen 2 minutes nnd Baker*
gress, and late of the  Dally  News B minutes.
  Extra   Time���Sweeney   5   minute*.
Teams   and   Officials.
Westminster���Goal,  Keary;    wjfsr.
C. P. R. as agent.    Mr. Snore Is tho
youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
The ceremony took place at the resl-
candidates,  dence of the bride's parents on Car-
Want Coal Duties.
Calgary, July 23.���At a Joint meet-  Mumby,  599;   Mary  House, 690, and
Harold F. Klteley, 681.
31; Lavina  narvon street, and was performed by W. Patchell;    cover, Willis   patcbelH**
defence field, B. Galbraith, H. Battson
and L. Gregory; centre, K. MacKenzie;   home  field, J.  Fitzgerald, J. A.
M.   Richards,   653:   Charles  Patchell,  Rev. E. G. Thompson, of Knox Pres-
613;    Beryl    Ward,    608;    Madeline  byterlan  church,  Sapperton.
lng of the Board ��f Trade and repre
Bentatlves of the   city   yesterday,  a
The    drawing   room,    which    was
gaily decorated for "the occasion, was Smith and J. Gifford;  oatsl.le
Municipality of Burnaby:   Burnaby  filled with the friends of the happy c- Smith;   inside bome, O. Swaassa.
���    ��� ������ -������ ��� -    counle who    entered to    the accom-      Victoria���Goal,   Johnson; point.  F.
The Grand Post of the Native Sons unanimous resoltrtlon was adopted to East���Eight    candidates,    passed   5.        .
,.���..,            . .         of B. C. will assemble for its annual memorialize    the    Dominion   govern- Lucy  Jackson,   589;   Anna   E.   Dool, panlment of Mendelsohn's "Wedding  Sweeney;   cover   point.   Dakers:   de-
stopped at HtacKie t>pit Dy special ar-  seBsion  ,n  victoria  tomorrow.    The ment to suspend all duties on coal for 580;  Phyllis Brown., 577; Jane Allen,   March."     Mlss   Louise   Schooler,   of  fence  fleld, Stilea, Okell  and  Bryny-
rangemttg,                 representatives of Post'No. 4 will be a period of six months.   A local pa- 565, and Hiram Parsons, 663.    Lake- Vancouver, and Chester Coutts were olfsen; centre, McCarter; home field,
~                         ' A.  H.  Johnston, chief factor;   M. J. per published a letter from a Spokani view���One   candidate,   passed:       Ar-  bridesmaid and best man respective-  Petticrew, Carse and McDonald; oat-
Spiritualist  Escapes.                 Phillips, Aldermen Gray    and   John- coal dealer who stated there were a thur F. Peers, 660.                                  ly.    Mlss Vera    McRory    and    Miss  Bide. Clute; Inside, McGregor.
Roston    Julv   23.���Robert   Sinclair,  ston. A Westminster member, J, Stll- hundred thousand tons of coal avail- Private   school:     St.   Anne's   Con- Fredia Nelson, of Sapperton. assisted
nllns H   Robert Moore, a Rpirltuallsf, well Clute, Is grand factor this year, able for export to Saskatchewan atvl vent���One candidate, passed:    Eva 3. In receiving.   After the marrlace Mr.
vented in Onkland, Cal., for stealing  The vice-chief Is Admiral Moresby, of Alberta during the next two months. Kay, 634.      St. Louis College���Three and Mrs. McLellan left for Chilliwack  Westminster, and L.  Sweeney.
S7A0  from  Mrs.  Walter  Benzen,   es- Victoria, and the entertaining of dele- The resolution  was wired to Mayor candidates, all passed:    Harry J. Sui-  on the evening train, and were escort-      Goal     Umpires���-D.
r >r>ei  from   the   poTice   here   today  sates  will  be arranged  for  by  Post fclitchefl who   is now in Ottawa, for llvan.  672:   Flovd   Tedrow,  638,  and  ed to the B. C. E. R. depot hv    the   Westminster,,  .and   a
when they attempted to arrest him.     No- !> ��f the Capital City, submission to the proper authorities. Alonzo R. Lavell, 682.                           guests, who numbered over flfty.     . toria.
Referee���J. J. Mtihoney.
TlmekeeperB���W.    Sangster.
Xe*r
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONPAV, JULY 24, 1911.
Wants
WANTED���DRIVER    FOR    SINGLE
Delivery   rig   In   Sapperton. Applv
302 Columbia sireet, ideal Grocery.
WANTED���A YOL'NG GIRL FOR OF-
fice work; $4.00 per week. Apply
room 20 Dominion Trust block.
WANTED���A MAN TO DRIVE DE-
llvery rig. Apply Queens Meat
Market, Columbia stieet.	
WANTED  KNOWN-MILLER'S   EM-
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STRANGE AKliUMtNTS
OF CZAR'S ADVISERS
Men Kept in  Ignorance���Difficulty of
Reforms   in   Caucasus.
RELENTLESS PURSUIT
AND ULTIMATE CAPTURE
Man  Follows Another t�� Secure
Arrest for  Mean  Theft
When Guest.
His
ST. SEBASTIAN SHOWN
ON   PARIS  STAGE
Paris, July 21.���D'Annunzlo's   play,
white bank swallow, Professor M.
Llum, of the Seattle High school
zoological department, and two boys
found a family of this species in the
most   expensive   nest   that   probably
St. Sebastian, though it has Bhocked ^w Bheltere(_ a ���n._ creature.
the  church,  has  pleased  the  publlc.
There are eight and ten calls every
High up a clay and gravel bank on
the Sun Juan group of Puget Sound
evening after the third act, which is Jg|andB professor Llum noticed what
certainly  extraordinarily  gorgeous  in        eared t0 be a p|ece of broken jug,
(lo    af*��*nit.    t*t\nrae.iatlr.n        Tho    KAint    ��!>-     . VV    .  .    .           .* m.   .    l.i...l\.    .......
vicinity.   Phone 624^     I
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B.C.Coast Service
St. Petersburg. July 23.���The pass
to which Russian administration has
come Is shown not only ln the stag-j
gering corruption discovered in the
departments now under investigation
but also in the government's attitude'
towards local reform.
Count Vorontsoff-Dashkoff, the able
viceroy of the Caucasus, has just been
Up against the. official stumbling
biock of reaction. After listening to
the appeals of hls people for a year j
or more he set out for St. Peters-
burg to plead for reforms In the
south.
First of all he urged the institution
of the jury system at trials, on the
ground that Russian officials ln
whose hands the fate of prisoners
now rests are often Ignorant of local
language and customs. Both fear
among the czar's reactionary advisers of any recognition of local languages blocked the appeal, though
the rest of Russia has the jury system.
The same language fear upset the
count's proposal for a local authority
or zemstvo for the Caucasus, under
whose encouragement' the local resources could be developed.
But when the viceroy went on to
ask for the establishment of the university at Tiflis the deliberations became more laughable still. No money
was ask for, since local contributions have been promised that will
he ample for all needs. But, said a
nervous reactionary, will not the university become a revolutionary center? No, replied the viceroy; on the
other hand, Russian culture will be
extended and its influence will be
felt over Russia.
That retort did not make much impression, but the next reactionary
argument, set up by the grand duke,
did: i
"Wlll It not be well," said he, "to
establish this university so that the
Georgian and Armenian students may
not have to come forward, to be infected with socialistic doctrines? Will
J it not be better to let them study in
,l the south, closer to their own
homes?"
The council decided that the argument was sound, but a prolonged discussion set up one or two queer conditions.    The new university ls only
to have a physical and mathematical
I faculty,   to   train   local   students    ln
: preparation   for  the development   of
Caucasian     historical     philosophical
teaching,  for  that  would  entail   the
study of local history, languages, national sentiment, and separation; nor
a legal faculty, because the study of
economics  often  leads  to revolutionary ideas.   Cut down to the physical
and mathematical, they told the viceroy the would consider the idea favorably.    And with that he has had to
go back content.        r
its scenic conception.   The Saint ap- j�� whi(h were signs ot a bird's nest.
, pears  before  Caesar In   a  wonderful   AgoentijnK the bluff, he waa lowered
to the  place
New York, July 21.���"I wlll make
it my business to catch and turn
over to the authorities of this state
Anastaslan Chill," declared Saklme
Alexoff, a Bulgarian resident of Mc-
Keesport, Pa., on the morning ot
June 15, 1909, "and 1 don't care how
much it costs or how long lt ta'ies."
That lt wus not an idle threat  was
hall   with   massive   twisted   columns
and ln a blaze of decorative glory.
It is at this point that he lias to
decide whether he will continue to
worship the true Christ or becomo
one of the gods of the Pagan Pantheon,
hesitate
of the temptation in the wilderness
the   glittering   nlain  and   the   lonely
mountain���but   the   new   faith   wins
the   two
evidenced yesterday, when Chill was  way of thorns.
raigned before Magistrate Stener, in Ag jf j��� lrony at this decision, the
the Yorkville police court, on the j;nlI)eror orders him to be smothered
complaint of Alexoff, by Policeman wltn fiowera> before proceeding to tor-
Walsh, of the East Fifty-first street tues ]eBg ref.ned. And ln a Hot of
station on a charge of having stolon coior, the scarlet of the flowers cou-
$200. Thousands of dollars were trastlng with the brilliant uniforms
spent and" thousands of miles travel-1 0f the Archers mourning the death o.'
led ln the pursuit and capture. their chief, who has borne witness to
Saklme Alexoff Is a man of means,  tne new religion, the act cornea to an
by  ropes by
boys.
The supposed jug proved to be au
antique metallic  urn, a  relic of tho
Spanish Invasion of the northwest by
old    Spanish      galleons.      The    re-
For a  moment he seems   o ��u    s_
-It  is  the  story  oyer  again  jj^jfgy 1)ewter and some hard al-
loy, and the  figures carved   on Its
sl les were made by Spanish Jewelers
iiimiiHuiu-uui   uue   uc��   **.**.,*    ** ..**. flf centtiry.     That the ma-
and theSalnt chooses resolutely the ���� JJjJJ  h>ve ���ved on gan Juan
Islands  Is  evident  from  other  specl-
and ln addition  to his residence   ln
McKeesport, owns a summer home ut
Turtle Creek, Pa.   Two years ago this J
month Chill, a Turkish citizen, wan-'
dered  Into  Turtle    Creek    penniless
and appealed to Alexoff who Invited,
the   stranger   to   become   hls   guest.'
end.
NE8T IN  RARE RELIC.
One day, by accident, the visitor saw  jng  nests  of
hts host place $3000 in money, in a _____
drawer.    Later in the day, after observing that he was going to leave j
Chill, ls alleged  to  have.pried epen!
the   drawer.extracted   from   the   roll
*$200  and  departed.      Then   it   was
Alexoff  declared  he   would  postpone
All business until he had his ungrateful guest In the tolls.
'     Chill  fled  to  Bath,   Me.    The  McKeesport   pursuer   followed,   just    lu
Ancient Urn, Probably Used by Span-
lards some Hundred Years Ago.
Anacortes,   Wash..   July   21.���Seek-
mens of pottery, a brass cutler and
three brass plates for a ship's keel.
As brass was used on keels of ships
before and during the fifteen century,
this new-found urn adds to the belief
that the Spanish actually vlBlted the
northwest In that distant day.
The Lumml tribe of Indians Inhabiting Islands near the San Juan group
toll stories of three Spanish galleons
that were ln Puget Sound many hundreds of years ago. The men from
the three ships carried off all the
Indian women they could capture. To
subdue   the   Indians   the   men    used
the   newly   discovered  Bpcars and short sabres.
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LOST���A LADY'S GOLD HANDLED
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about 5:30 on Sunday evening. Reward.    Apply 101 Royal avenue.
I.OST���A SORREL HORSE, WHITE
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FOR VICTORIA.
10:00 a.m Dally, except Tuesday j _ __
1:00 p.m    Dallyi
For Seattle.   ^ j, Meet Fiancee in Brazil.
10:00 a.m  Daily'     New  York,  July  23.���Mlss  Kather-
11:00 p;m.  Dally tne Klpp, of Los Angeles, stared to-
For Nanaimo. | day  for  Rlo  Janeiro,  to   meet   and
2:00 p.m.    Daily marry  her  fiance of childhood days,
For Nanaimo, Union, Comox. Gerald Peabody, a surveyor employed
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For Hardy Bay and Rivers Inlet.
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Wednesday, Friday.
Leave    Chilliwack,   7:00   a.m.    Tuesday,   Thursday,   Saturday.
For other sailings and rates apply
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to ED. GOULET,
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H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
time to learn his ban had gone to
Duluth, Minn. That city was visited,
and the chase led to Boston, where,
It is charged, Chili hid for a time.
Countrymen eventually betrayed
him, and Alexoff was again on his
heels. Chill's next stop was at Buffalo, where he enlisted in the marines, thinking to reach a foreign port
by that means. The commandant
sent him to the Brooklyn navy yard,
but so close upon him Alexoff followed that after two days there, lt Is
charged, Chili deserted.
Alexoff lost the trail, but eventually picked lt up ln New York. He
haunted the Turkish quarter day and
night and at times visited police
headquarters, where he told all of tbe
detectives who would listen to bim of
his quest and supplied them with pictures of Chill. One of the policemen who remembered the face was
Walsh. Yesterday late in the afternoon be saw the much-sought man
In Third avenue and arrested him.
Alexoff waa summoned and was tbe
complainant In  the  Yorkville court.
Chili took his arrest indifferently,
saying he was glad it was all over
He was remanded to await the ar-
Vival of the Pennsylvania authorities,
an Indictment having ln the meantime been filed against him for grand
larceny and burglary.
Gas in Chicago at 68 Cents.
Chicago.   July   23.���The  city   council  has passed a sliding cut In   the
gas ordinance, reducing the price to
68 cents from 85 cents.
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*        Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tbe oval cake.
LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES
5���Asylum.
���6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Opera  House,  Lorne  street.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.-
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second  and  Park  Row.
11���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Burnett Mills, Sapperton.
IS���Royal  Columbian  Hospital.
21���Queen's avenue and Third.
:3Z���Queen's avenue and Sixth.
24���Third avenue and Second.
:3S���Fifth avenue and Fourth.
:3a���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
;27���Third avenue and Tenth.
St���Agues and Sixth.
:3|���SChaake Machine Works.
36���Columbia and McKenzie.
asy-^C. P. R- Station.
-42���^Small and Bucklin Mills.
43���B. C. E. R. Railway Car Shops.
-4K���Kighth avenue and Twelfth.
4SS���Sixth avenue and Tenth.
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to^open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the,- facilities of their
laage and strong bank-
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Interest it paid on Savings
Balaicei half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
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..INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS  $4P,00C.00O "
CURIOUS BEQUEST TQ
THE POOR OF MONTREAL
Man   Befriended    by
Made   Money  and
edges Treatment.
Senate-   Forget
now  Acknowl,-
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
B. C
Montreal, July 21.���Mayor Guerln,
who has been in London Investigating the bequest of over $100,000 "to
the poor of .Montreal" by a certain
Gustave Meurllng, unknown here, explains in a letter the unusual gilt,
which he discovers to .be absolutely
genuine.
Somewhere about fifteen or twenty
years ago the morganatic son of on�� !
the kings of Kurope lived in Montreal under the name of Meurllng.
Among his acquaintances was the
late Senator Forget, who befriended
him in a very marked manner. He
had at that time only $10,000 which
on the advice o^ Senator Forget ne
invested as directed, and made over
175)000. Ile went away from Montreal later, and no news has been
heard of blm until the city council
of Montreal receive! a notice that a
Mr. Gustave Meurllng had left ��imi.-
ouo to the poor of .Montreal in memory of courtesies and kindnesses received from Its citizens. There are
also estates in France and Germany,
and American securities, the value ot
which has not yet been determined.
According to details supplied
Mayor Guerln In London by Messrs.
Stlbbard and Gibson, the London tirm
that drafted the will. Mr. Meurllng
was married many years ago to a
French countess of considerable social prestige, but several years later
they were divorce I. Five years later
he married another French.lady, who
died In three years. He himself died
at the age of seventy.
Deceased was without children,
and consulted with his London solicitors as to whom he should leave his
money. He did not take their suggestions, but eventually decided in
favor of Montreal in memory of a
couteous and kind people.
Mayor Guerln has gone to Men-
tone, France, to Instruct the French
lawyers as to the disposition of tho
property there.
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ttSiSA MONDAV, JULY 24,  1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
\
The Auto thai 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
PRIMITIVE METHODS
IN CHINA'S HARVESTS
j and children in the families, for   the
��� men, as soon as they have carted the
| wheat shocks to the thrashing floor,
are out  plowing and  preparing   the
ground  for Its autumn  crop.    When
the  cutting  ls  finished  tbe  itinerant
j cutters   who  have   wandered   500   to
        . j 6M miles from their homes, move to
IN   SHANSI   PROVINCE   MOST   OF  ��',hfi' ,fielclB.', ��radua,|y   working back
or their native province in   time   to
GRAIN    IS    STILL    CUT    WITH   Participate in the harvest there.
SICKLES���REAPERS     MAKE
CENTS  A  DAY.
10
COSSACK COLONY
FEARED MILITARY SERVICE
441   COLUMBIA  8TREET.
"Model 27" Price Complete, $1750
Specifications of the McLaughlin-Buick Five Passenger Fore Door Touring Car Which Will be Given
Away as First Grand Prize by The  Daily  News:
Body���Very carefully designed for
comfort ano  boaaty of outline.
Extralarge doors easy of access.
Seat���Five passengers.
Upholstering ��� Hand-buffed leather;
easy spring backs and Bprlng cushions.
Wheel Base���106 inches.
Gauge���56 inches.
Tires���31^x32 uuick detachab'e.
Brakes���Two on rear hull, Internal
expanding; also external contracting.
Springe���Easy, scroll Elllptx on rear;
semi-Elliptic on front.
Frame���Pressed   steel.     Z%    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���"Splltdorf"  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.
Color���Dark  blue  with  gray  wheels,
or all cherry red.
Price���$1750  f.  o.  b.  factroy, lnclud Ing oil tail and side lamps, two gas h ead lamps, horn, wheel   Jack,   pump
and tool equipment, robe rail rail I n tonneau, half length foot rail ln f ront.    Top and glass front.
THE 2nd GRAND PRIZE j&JSSKSSWP^
WORMWim PIAINO
l^S.7Z The Columbia Piane MfSjK
DESCRIPTION.
New Improved scale with heavy Iron plate. Double veneered ln
figured walnut or mahogany. Carved top panels. Full-length swinging music desk. Three pedals. Sustaining pedal. Rolling fall, continuous hinges -throughout. Trichord over-strung scale. Elastic repeating action.    Ivory keys.    7%   octaves.    Patent   noiseless   pedal
action.
DIMENSIONS Height, 4 feet 6 Inches. Width,
L
See   the   Three  Beautiful   Furniture   Sets
That theJDaily News is giv
ing away August 5th.   They
were purchasad from
Galloway & Lewis
4th and Columbia Streets
Will be given away by the Dally News
August 5th, 1911.
in
Three $96.00 Scholarships
The Westminster Modern Business [College
The Modern Business School, which
was established ln New Westminster
two years ago, an affiliation of the
Vancouver Business Institute, has
merited enviable fame and sucess as
a school for the training and equipping of those desirious of entering
business life. One of the greatest'
difficulties with which the management of the school has to contend is]
to secure enough young men and
young women to meet the demands
made upon them by business men
for qualified competent help. The
course of Instruction ln this school ls
very similar to the methods employed
in the offices of business men, and a
student graduating from here does
not have to "learn all over again,
consequently \great confidence is
placed in those who    receive   their
training at the Modern. i
The school has three departments,
commercial, shorthand and typewriting. A. L. Bouck, principal, t has
charge of the commercial department
and by his painstaking and conscientious attention ani co-operation Is,
enabling many young men and young
ladles to "make good," as evidenced
by the school register which shows j
an enrollment of 240 students during
tho past two years. i
Miss McKnlght, who assumes thnj
duties of teacher of Gregg shorthand,
touch typewriting and business penmanship, was the flrst lady.on the
western coast to receive a writing
certificate from the world-famed writing specialists, Zaner and Bloser, of
Columbus, Ohio.
In regard to the typewriting depart
ment, we desire especially to say that
there are eleven of the standard
typewriters with blank keyboards so
that touch typewriting, now required
by all up-to-date business men, Is
necessarily taught and in the most,
effective way. so satisfied was the
writer company with the work being
done in this department, that at the
time of the .demonstration by Mlss
Fritz, they donated a gold medal to
the school to be awarded the winner
of the typewriting contest held in
December. x
This school is of great Importance
and affords a great advantage to the
young men and women of the Royal
City and surrounding districts who
contemplate a business career and it
is also a decided acquisition to the
���ity itself.
Three 14 k. Solid
Gold Watches
Also prizes in the Daily News Auto
Contest; one for each of the three
j districts.   They are on display at
T.  Gifford's    Jewelry Store,'.Columbia Street
Pekin, July 21.���With modern mills
and a railway to bring central Shansi
into connection with the rest of the
Chinese empire, it has a store of
wealth in the wheat industry alone
This province Is capable of producing an enormous wheat crop, besides
other valuable agricultural products,
and with enormously extensive coal
fields, yet with no railway to transport Its goods from one end of the
province to the other, thus making it
entirely dependent upon methods of
transportation in vogue two and
three thousand years ago.
To understand how fur Shansi ls
removed from the trade influence of
the outside world, one has caly to
cite the prices of some of its food
ducts. On the Plngyung Plain one
can purchase fresh eggs at tbe rate
of nine for 1 cent, chickens at 5 cent.)
each, and mutton at 4 cents a pound.
Pigeons cost 1 cent each and seml-
bitumlous coal, in large chunks, can
be purchased at less than $1 a ton.
Housekeeping $2.50 Monthly.
A missionary in this district said
that It cost her but $2.50 a month for
food, and that she can hire a servant for 75 cents a month. This
lack of proper means of transportation bas resulted ln maintaining the
level of prices ln tbis remote region '
far below those of the outside world.
The Wei Basin of Central Shansi, Is
one of the most fertile regions In all
China.    This basin   is described   by
Baron Richtofen as the greatest  agricultural  country  ln  the  northwest.
It .measures about 150 miles in length
and its average width ls about thirty  miles, thus  containing, nearly   3,-
000,000 acres.   The Wei Basin is supposed to have witnessed the dawn of,
Chinese civilization and tt is presumed that from this region the Chinese
spread   east  toward   Shantung,   west
toward  Szechwan, and south toward
the Yangtze,    lt is quite likely that
in this region, as well as in the contiguous   valleys  of  Southern  Chans!,
wheat   was   cultivated   several   thousand years before the birth of Chris:.
Earn Ten Cents a Day. j
In order to harvest the wheat
quickly laborers from Kansuh province are hired to cut it. These cross
over into Shansi during; tbe Imrveac
season by tlie thousands, bringing;
wltb them a bag of corn meal, a cooking pot, a raw felt coat, which serves
as a blanket, and probably a few
skins for barter. They receive about'
24 cents an acre, and are able to earn
as much as 10 cents a day. They are
obliged to purchase their own food
and lodgings and furnish their own
sickles. They can supplement their
bag of corn meal with wheat products, which they may purchase at
the eating stalls. |
One cent wlll buy a very large
bowl of noodle soup or wheat por
ridge with one large steamed roll and
one sugared doughnut cooked in
vegetable oil. They may secure lodg
lngs for one-half cent a night. They
prefer, however, to sleep in the street,
thus saving the one-half cent. Their
sickles, which have a straight blade
about eight inches long and a half
inch wide, are made of native iron
beaten out by hand and cost flve
cents each. ���
Use   Sickles   Largely. I
At daybreak each morning In the
village streets in the districts where
harvesting is in progress mav be
seen hundred. o<" these Kansuh laborers, engaging their services to the
farmers. In cutting grain cradled
are occasionally used, but probably
more than 95 per cent go it is cut by
the sickles or knives.
During the harvesting season the
whole..country presents a scene of
great activity. None of the land is
allowed to remain uncultivated. The
farms are small ioid there are no
fences or hedges dividing them or
closing them off trom the roads, 60
that the scene lusenibles a large
communistic settlemnnt. At dawn
hundreds of wlie< lbarrows and carts
laden with cooking utensils and harvesting implements may be seen issuing from (he \ illage en route to the
fields.
Star:   at   i-arly   Hour.
The cooK Mt< nsils are deposited
in the shade of a I ve, and the family repairs to work n th flelds. They
work from 5:30 until about eight In
the morning, when lv .akfast is prepared in the shade of a tree. At
nine o'clock work ls resumed and
continued until 10;, 10 or 11. At 11
the families return to their homes In
the village, where they remain for
their noonday meal and siesta, returning again to the flelds at about
four In the afternoon, and work until dusk.
Toward evening the roads are lined
with carts, wheelbarrows and' beasts
of burden conveying the wheat
shocks from the fields to the harvesting floors ln the villages. Untll
dark women and children can he
seen in the flelds and along the
roads, cleaning heads of wheat which
have become detached from the
shocks. The shocks of Brain are
stacked on the thrashing floors prepared by leveling and rolling a bit of
ground about .twenty feet ln circumference in proximity to the village
dwellings.
Far Behind the Times.
All of the processes use:l ln .sowing
and harvesting the grain arr> those
which one could easily Imagine as be-
lna: Iii vogue 2000 years aeo. Flav-
Ing and winnowing the grain seem
to be tasks assigned to   the women
St. Petersbury, July 21.���One of
those curious instances of quaint historical survival, of which many occur in Asia Minor, has lately come
:>efore official Russian attention in
Constantinople. It Is the cause of a
colony of about 3000 Russian Cossacks, settled in Anatolia, Asia Minor.
I The   forefathers   of   these   Cossacks
I left Russia for voluntary exile 350
years ago. Their departure was oc
casloned by an attempt to enroll
their names for census purposes ln
writing. ,
I According to the creed of these
peasants the writing down ' of their
names Jeopardizes their chances of
Salvation, for it Involves the curse of
Anti-Christ, enabling him  to set his
^eal upon them.
During the whole of this time the
PAGE THREE
Cossacks have kept their identity absolutely Intact. They speak the Rt��-
alan dialect bearing the same relation to the language of the present
day as does our modern Knglisli to
that of Chaucer. They wear the Russian dress of three centuries ago, ��~|
even grow herbs, uncultivated elsewhere ln Anatolia, to make the dishe*
that were the food of mediaeval Rua-
sia. A few months ago this little
band of Russian exiles found themselves suddenly faced by the same
danger that threatened their ancestors in the sixteenth century.
The Turkish government, having
decided to call upon Its Christian
subjects for military service, clemand-
ed the enrollment of these men of
the community who were of age, and
again they were in danger of the Beal
of Anti-Christ. This time a split 00
curred. The young men urged that
since they could not avoid enrollment lt were best to serve in Russia
among their kindred, but the older
members were in favor of remaining.
The arbitration of the Russian consul In Constantinople was Invoked
and through his agency funds were
obtained from the Russian government to enable those who wished to
do so to return to Russia, leaving
the rest tot live on a tiny ethnological
Island among   the races of Anatolia.
For  Delicious
Cooked   Ham
GOTO
P. BURNS & CO.
'Phone 101."
645JColumbia St.
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 cai].
T.i. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
new wbbtminbtsr; b. c. '
To ensure delivery in time for your
crops Order   Your   Fruit  Boxes
promptly.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE YOUR  REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
I
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 11.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA STREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Coal
CEMENT, LIME, ��EWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK.
WASHED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK ANO
FIRE BRICK.
I
E. H. BUCKLIN,        < N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Oenl. Mgr.     Vice-President.
W. P. H. BUCKLING
Sec. and Treaa.
SMALL-BUCKUN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
Manufacturers and  Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phones Ns. 7 and 877.  Shingles, 8ash, Doors, Mouldings, Etc
E. M. CURTI8.
R. C. TUDOR.
Fresh Sanitary Milk
IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES
Delivered to any part of the city.   Bottled on the Mountain Meadow.
Sanitary Farm, Huntingdon, B.C.
i FRASER VALLEY DAIRY
Phone 490. 628 Clarkson Street.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, 8HINGLE8, SASH.   DOOR8,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK, FI8H BOXES    LARGE    8TOCK    PLAIN    AND
FANCY GLA88.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone 1! New Westminster Box  '3' PAGIIttUI
THE DAILY NEWSl
The Daily News
r,jV��L  COMMISSION..--. *���
ON   TUBERCUL08IS
CAPIAIN SUM IS
PREPARING FOR RACE
���i
Streets.
London, July 23.���Seldom has a re-
, port of a  royal   commission   caused
by The Dally tiew Publish- ^ Buch ,mbiic interest as did the report
Companv   Limited, at their offlces,  on tuberculosis     The whole presB ot
\.t    McKenzie   and    Victoria  tbe  country  has   been  discussing   it
"r ' 'daily  since  Its  publication     The  ro-, ExpER|ENCED   ANTARCTIC   NAVI
port has already one effect ln the t��rtniLiivi.��
demand for immediate legislation In
connection with the finding of the
commission, and also the continuation of research work under a government department with govern-
i ment support.
This   matter    comes    under    John
GATOR BRINGING MULES FROM
INDIA AND TRAINED DOG8
FROM  SIBERIA FOR  DASH.
MONDAY,  JULY  24
NOT A TREATY
unscrupulous
the  .
Hon that the principle
,iU be the  subject of l<
1911.
tlon, ls making significant and important preparations for a second attempt to reach the South Pole should
he fail to achieve his object next sea-
Bon,  says  the Central  News,  Chrlst-
,     , ,      London, July 23.���Captain Scott, as
Hums' local  government   poard, and th(j Urltigh Antartlc expedl
���    - . * a l. .. .1 ..      t 1, ���.iinii-Knnt      ndfl      Koafl      fl T Q* ��� a   . _���      *  __
hls attitude throughout his been discouraging to  the commission, if not
actively  hostile.      In  the  opinion  of
Mr.  Burns milk  Is not an important
1 element in the working people's diet.
,.   ,  ,���     lin��,.nnm.....n     politicians  ne believes that an effort should be  J^1  ��'New"Zealand."   With the as
Certain     ��nscrUp he     ,������.  directed to the  reduction of poverty   ����'e        the  raembers  of  the  ex.
���and some of the organs ot in     . and |inproVement  of  feeding  ln   ��,s �� ,    h      ful   of courae   of
tion have been endeavoring to alarm  ^ ^ of men,     ������,. h|s 6plnlon h���  P'���"���*"      a laPrge ^mount of U8e.
neople  of Canada by  the asser-  ,,een  0|,I)0Bed so Insistently, that he s..|entlllc   and   exploration   work
of reciprocity has been forced to bring ln without      , ,de the polar daBh altogether, but
���,   .  treaty   be- delay his purer milk bill, wh ch has u <he maln thlng
��nd  the United T,pen ^ Xn,a* up for Beve���1 y?*Z*'      It   goes   without   saying   that   suc-
and tne  usssvm*      Tnat many ���veg are sa.0rlflced *��-
New Advertisements jWell, Good Bye
*a^ra*a~~*~m~*~-*~m~a'        rN~��� 1 \y@    j,Ope    you    haTe    ft    m0Bt    e���j0y.
RENT      PAY8      FOR      THI8���Near  able time while out camping.   Should
Twelfth street car line on Cariboo ] >ou rehire more
street   house of eleven  rooms    on!   SOMERVILLE'S DERMOL CREAM
lot 66x132 feet;  two    light    house-1     (The skin cream without a peer)
keeping  rooms  now rented  ln  this'
place at $40 a month, another suite i TALCUM POWDER
still   to   rent.     Price   $4000;   $1000  C00L|NG  Dp,nks
cash, balance $50 per month.   This|COOLING  D��'NKS
Is a good proposition aud can    be, THERMOS or SPARKLET BOTTLES
made better.    Apply  P. O. Drawer
No. 140. BATHING CAPS or WATER WINGS
$225. HANDLES THIS���Two building  or CAMERA FILMS
lots  on  Princess  street,  near new1
school site.    These lots are nearly drop us a line,
cleared  and  in  a  flne  location  ini    We  give  mall  orders our
which to  build your home.    Price attent|on
$875;   one-third  cash,  balance    six!
and  twelve  months.    Apply   P.  O.'    We  give  prescriptions    our    most
Drawer 140. j careful attention.
careful
MONDAY, JULY 24, 1911.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
Phone 867
B.C.
214 Sixth Avenue.
NEW WE8TMIN8TER
CHEAPER THAN RENT���I have tev-i
eral lots and houses that can he',
obtained on small    cash    payment ]
i and a few dollars per month untll |
paid. The monthly payments will!
come cheaper than your rent.    Ap- Phone 46.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
C. S. Davies, Prop.
32 Sixth Street.
tween the Dominion ������� *"- 'TT.       That many lives are sacrinceo an-      ga  -- dlrection depends almost
SUtes.    lt is  nothing   of  the   kind,  nlm���y  t0 ,llbercul08ls  through  milk, the gucce8g of the tran8.
U Is neither moro nor less  WM shown In the report   .Hums lack arrangements,   and   it   is   this
-   '���- of sympathy ls also endangering the   *
continuance of the research work of
ply H. L. Christie, P. O. Box 313.    | New  Weatmlnster. B.C.
agreement  which   may   be of_.ym^ I. d.o}��*����&.*���, ZunOm,  apparently,  which  Is  cans-
l__jwcver.
than an
terminated   by  either  party   "����c"��  tho  commissioners   and  their  assist
rill,    Canada does uot ��"  tg    Thlg work nfts heajrt carr|eci 0ut
hltlierlo
practically at w
part with any
liberty of action in re-  0n two farms lent by Lord Qlyth, who
is treasurer of the Tuberculosis Con
g^ to ber mow ",,""B~:"���"V the  gress,  and  president   of the   British
The agreement is one wueu��>   ^     1>f.)ry   FarmerB.   association.
to her fiscal arrangements,
is one wt
concerned
two countries conccrneu mutually
agree to abolish the duties on certain
natural products and to reduce the
duties imposed upon certain otber
products.    It  is exactly  akin   to an
Lord
Rlyth Is willing to continue to lend
the farms if the work he carried on
under the government, department. It
could be done as heretofore at the
small cost of $25,000 ann��frt*y. and
the feeling runs strong that there is
Ing  Captain  Scott some   misgivings. l|
His   ponies,  when  landed   from   the'
Terra Nova at Cape Evans, were ln
good condition considering what they
had gone through.   But Captain Scott
Is    entirely    dependent    upon    these'
ponies, and should any of them fall In  AT 8APPERTON���Six roomed house
tlie   coming    winter    he    would    be      on cleared lot.    Price $1900;  small
YOU CAN'T BEAT THESE���Five
room modern cottages, cement
foundation and basement, furnace,
cleared lots, toilet, bath, etc;
everything up-to-date. Price $2700;
small cash payment and balance au
rent. Apply II. L. Christie. P. O.
Box 313.
agreement for mutual trade between a  posaiijllity-  of  the  work  being  put
two commercial  houses.     It   is  sus- under another department unless the
talned  by  the  honor  of  each   party opposition be withdrawn.	
whilst either has liberty to ter
minate the arrangement, neither
would do this without due and proper
understanding. ��J" >i
Tbe   character   of   the   reciprocity
agreement   ls   excellently   Illustrated
NEW SPIRIT COMING
OVER  IMPERIALISM
heavily handicapped, and would possibly miss his goal. Should this occur his plan ls to make another attempt in the following season provided that fresh transport can be
brought down by December next.
Captain Scott, before giving directions for the despatch of a further
supply of ponies, went thoroughly into the matter with Captain Ohtes, of
the    Innlskllling   Dragoons,    who   Is
cash payment, balance as rent,
ply  413 Columbia street.
Ap-
Pretorla, July 23.���The olkstem,
replying to recent erlllclsms on Its
article suggesting that it would be
well, for the empire, under certain
by a report of the proceeding* In the circumstances, if some Of the con-
United States senate the other day. stltuent nations of the empire retain-1
This states- i ed  thelr neutrallty  Jn,tlme of  war,I
a     .1.     I      mmm,,T*A     thl*      ^Y8        tllO        English pTCSS IS hOPC-
"Thc amendment that secured the ^ ^ rf date ^ ^ .^^ (
heaviest favorable vote was^ne sep- ,Bm and hag not kept pace wlth pub.
arate from the tariff feat��r��|  of the nc feeling.   It quotes at some length
agreement       It gave   th*  president an article in a Canadian   newspaper
power to terminate this countrys part '^'l* J|ta  neutra,,ty   propOBal
of the pact if Canada abrogated her, ���The Coronatfon ceiebratlons prov-
part.      Senator    Cummins,    Senator et. that South,Africa Is not wanting   ^'h
EDMOND8 BUILDING LOTS���Near
Edmonds station, several good
building lots, 6iixl20 feet. Price
$500 to $900; terms on each lot.
one-quarter cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months. Streets are being opened up and building operations arc
being  started  in  thiB  block.    The
ln   charge   of   the    western   .party. |     r������leg   TlUBt   Company.   Limited.
transport    animals.      Captain   Oates
suggested  that  mules  would  be bet- J
ter than  ponies for the work requlr-
Westmlnster
Transfer Co.
uBca 'Phone lit.     Barn   Ptoaa i��/
Begbie Street.
Baffif*   delivered   promptly   .���
may part of VS* city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TKAM DEPOT.
CITY OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER. B.C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
���AM,  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
ed of them, and that trained Indian
transport mules would be Ideal.
Mules In Cold Climates.
Both Captain Oat^s and lyir. Meares
hlB helper, have seen wonderful work
1 done by mules In Northern India, especially during the expedition to Tibet, and there seems little doubt .that
these animals would do as  well' on
the voyage and ln the Antarctic cold
I as   ponies   while   they   would   draw
greater loads at a more uniform pace.
" e Indian transport mules used by
light-heartedly with war."
CORPORATION:
"^n
URNABY.
Heyburn, and others said that as the  In    loyalty    but    loyalty   no    longer   the  Tibetan expedltlon  accomplished
WU  came  before   fcongreis   Ballads ����������LT3 fcJfcftiW rtJ^l*smartaMj��w*k   at   great altitudes
conld terminate her part of the agree- ^L^Jf^L.T^..^1 ^mbla  ^   very    low    temperatures,    when
ment,  while  this country  would   bo
compelled to. continue the reciprocity
rates on  Canadian goods   until  con-
could repeal the law.    Senator
ponies, yaks, etc., broke down.
Captain Scott accordingly decided
to fall In with Captain Oates' suggestion  and   before  the  Terra  Nova
NOTICE is hereby'��ffen that if the   i?ft (7a.pe_.Bv!.nB ?e wrote to Ma*0
FOR 8ALE���Lots on Sixth street car
line, between Sixth    and    Seventh
avenues; size 60x148.   Price $1200
one-third cash,  balance 0,  12  an
18  months.    The    People's    Trust
Company, Limited.
ONE MINUTE FROM CAR LINE���
Seven roomed modern house on
lots 60x120; only a minute from
Third avenue and Pine streets.
Price $2950; $650 cash, balance to
arrange. Apply 431 Columbia street.
ON SANDRINGHAM 4VENUE���
Thoroughly cleared lots, all ready
to build upon. Price $675; one-third
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
P.  O.  Drawer 140.
New
Westminster
|jRealty is Good
Investment.
See Us For Snaps
Royal Avenue, near Leopold Place,
modern cottage, five rooms. Price
$2900.00.    Terms, one-third cash, bai-
Model Bakery
H. C. Mark & Sons
Corner  Fourth  Ave.  and  Second   8t.
Wholesale and Rfetull Bread Merchants. Shipping orders receive careful attention.
Phone 435.
Zo^jri   aad   .senator   Bacon   insisted   two  horses  found 'm*iing~~on   the   Oenenl  Blr Douglas   Halgr,  chief
- ��� - t...���.  staff of the army In India.
.Also   Siberian   Dogs.
"good   ??*!a��to*   8��>"��t   on    Thursday,   July  ,taff of ^e ���"?-* ,n Ini""-
r at I
i'��  regard  for  the    ----_._..
talus'  ot  the  agreement, would  ^^J^^rwtt ^7tM: SwSwMttaH
vent any such contingency." aay of August inst., they will be sold   chr,Btch��reh has now received  word'
The amendment proposed by  Sena-  by   Public  Auction. i from   the  secretary  of  the  army de-
tor Cummins was lost, the result be-      Description:     Two  draught horses,  -nartment at Simla to the effect tha|
lng that  the   United   States   senate  f����" ^"^ ���lor Wa^; one with
6 ��. -  8   white   feet,   the   other    with    one
places itself on record as having per-   whlte foot;  welght about 170{) ,b9
GEO. GHADY.
Poundkeeper.
Edmonds, B. C July 22, 1911.
TWO-ACRE BLOCK ��� Near Royal, *n�� W5 Per month
Oak Btatlon. a fine homeslte on
small subdivision. Price $2100;
one-quarter cash, balance 6, 12 and
18 months. Apply People's Trust
Company, Limited.
feet trust in the good faith of Canada. It is unnecessary lo say that
auch trust will be faithfully observe!
But if at any time it should be considered necessary to make some
changes in the agreement, this can 'ie
���done by the Dominion parliament In
Bach a manner as to give the othf;r
party to the agreement an opportunity to make similar changes In respect to its own interests.
Therefore there Is no reason for
Tear that Canada is parting with her
liberty of actl:;ii in regard to tariff
changes, or Uiat the Dominion is on
the road to annexation by the
United States. Not very much is
now heard from opponents to reciprocity ahout annexation, bHt.lt may
be interesting to quote a recent utterance of President Taft in regard to
this. "People talk of annexing Canada to the United States." he said.
"It is entirely unnecessary, all that
we ought lo do is to cultivate as fully
and completely as possible good
neighborly relations. The closer we
come together the better for us
both." And the president concluded:
"I am very fond of Canada, I believe
in her people, and 1 believe in reciprocity."
seven mules have been selected t��
go south, and are now being trained
to sledge work at high altitudes. Satisfactory .shipping arrangements have
been made with the Union Steamship
company, whose steamer Aparima
will bring the mules from Calcutta
early in August. The agent here Is
also negotiating with a firm at Valdi-
vostok for a further supply of trained
Siberian dogs.
It must not ho supposed from the'
foregoing   that   the   members   of   the1
expe-lition  are  in  any  way  pessimis-1
tie  a.i to their prospects.    The prep-1
anitions here detailed are being made
with  the object  that,  should  difficulties   be  encountered   which   were  originally   nnlooked   for,   those   difficulties   may   he  tackled   as   quickly   as ,
possible with the aid of an improved
equipment. I
On the other hand, if Captain Scott
reaches  the  pole In  hls  first season, I
How often  one hears the expression.   as   ,le   confidently   hopes    to    do   he'
hopes before returning north, to land i
a party at some Interesting spot to be
then  decided  upon, and  useftillv employ  the fresh  stores,  transport and
equipment taken down  by  tho ship
Oak Street, near Fourth Avenue
car line, new thoroughly modern, five
room cottage. Full sized cement basement with furnace.   See us at once.
'AT IT HERE SITUS WO'.'
A Simple Remedy Brings Back
the Natural Color���Dandruff
Quickly Removed,
SEIZURE   OF  LIQUOR
ON  VANCOUVER   ISLAND
Nanaimo. July 23.���One of the
largest and most importan seizures
of liquor In the history of the north-,
em section of Vancouver Island for,
years was made on Thursday morning by Dominion Constable Thomas
O'Connell, of Nanaimo at Quathiaska!
Cove, Cape .Mudge. Mr. O'Connell;
brought his prisoners down to Co-;
mox on the S.S. Cowlchan last evening where they will stand trial. The
residents of the north are well pleased at the good work done by Mr.
O'Connell, which they believe will
have a deterring effect on evil-doers
who traffic in liquor to Indians.
The local officer, as reported has
been most successful In preventing
the sale of liquor and apprehending
those implicated in the late stabbing
of an Indian woman at Campbell
rlver\ lhe woman in question heing
now in the General hospital at Powell River, but progressing favori.'oly
toward recovery.
Inspector of Indian Agencies W. E.
Ditchburn was in company with officer O'Connell when he made the solz-
nre, valuable assistance being also
Ktven by W, M. Anderson, manager
of the canneries at the point where
tie seizure was made.
"She i-i gray and beginning to look old
It is true thnt gray hair usually denotes
age t\n<\ is always associa ted with age.
Vou never henv one referred to as having
gray bnll' nnd looking young.
The hnir i< generally the iwloi of age.
If your hnir is gray, yon can't blame
your friends for referring to you as looking old. Vou <:in't retain a youthful appearance if you allow your hnir to grow
gray. Many persons of middle age jeopardize their future simply by allowing
the gray hnir to become .manifest.    If
your hnir h:is heroine fcoled or gray, try
Wyeth's Sago aiffl Sulfur Hair Remedy,
a preparation which a chemist by the
name of Wyeth devised n few years ago.
It is simple, Inexpensive nnd practical,
:md vvill h.mish the gray hairs in a few
Mays. It is also guaranteed to remove
dandruff and promote the growth of the
hair.
It is a pleasant dresslfiS for tin- hnir,
end after using it a few days itching and
dryness of the srnlp entirely disappear.
This prepnrntion is offered to the
���nhlic nt fifty cents n bottle, nnd Is
commended  nml  sold  by all  druggists.
Special Agents, D. S. Curtis and
II. Ityall.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
IN THE
DAILY   NEW8
INTEREST IN  ROSE
CULTURE   STRONG
Nelson, July 23.���"Even though we
have not yet appointed anyone to
canvass thc city for orders, we have
received applications for ahout 500
rose trees," said J. B, Annabie, president of the Nelson Improvement association yesterday in connection,
with the scheme to so encourage the
growing of roses in Nelson, that next,
year a rose carnival may be a feature of the Dominion Dav celebration.
Tlie association hns arranged to obtain the trees in large quantities and
will supply them at Ihe cost price of
about 2n cents each to those who
wish to make more beautiful their
gardens and, incidentally, to assist in
Improving the appearance of the
city.
"Those who would like to have
their names put down for trees should
notify J. H. Lawrence, secretary of
the Improvement association, or myself," said Mr. Annabie.
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Fourth Street, between Third and
Fourth Avenues, fine building site.
Only $1600. One-half cash, balance to
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL       ��14,100,000.00
RESERVE    12,000,000.00
Branches tbrougnoul Canada rnd
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eog-
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U.S.A., and Mexico City. A fe nerai
banking business transacted. Lot-
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correspondents In all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank DBpartment���DeposlU
received tn sums ot tl and upward,
and Interest allowei at 8 par cent, par
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Total   Assets  over  1186.000.000.00
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IN    THE    SUPREME    -JOURT
BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
OF
IN THE MATTER of the estate of
JAMES CAMPBELL MURPHY, deceased.
Sealed tenders 'vlll be received by
i the undersigned up to one o'clock in
J the afternoon oi> the 1st day of
j August, 1911, for tbe purchase of the
Bouth half of the southeast quarter oi
I section flve (5), township eight (8),
1 in the district of New Westminster
1 and province of British Columbia,
| containing eighty (80) acres 'more ic
t leas.
I This land is well situated near
I Cloverdale, In the Municipality of
I Surrey. About ten (10) acres are
| cleared and stumped an,d about ten
I (10) acres more partly cleared. There
I is a small house on the property.
j All lenders must be accompanied
I by a marked cheque for five (6) per
i centum of the purchase price. If
tender is not accepted cheque will be
��� returned.
Tenderers will name the amount of
j cash which tbey are prepared to pay
I and'also the terms whicli    they wlll
expect for payment of the balance.
The highest or any lender will not.
necessarily bo accepted and all tend-1
ors shall  be subject to the approval I
of the Judge. I
For   further   particulars   apply     to
Messrs.   Wade.   Whealler,   McQuarrie
pft   Martin,   rooms   7   und   8   Qulcbon j
. Muck, ��New    Westminster,   Bl C or'
! rooms  20 and  111  Williams    building,
! Vancouver, B. C.
Dated  this fifteenth    day    of July,
11911.
J. J. CAMBRIDGE,
District Registrar.
I Supreme Court.
1 Court House, New Westminster, B.C.
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Rates of Passage:
1st  Class,  $90.00  and  upwards
2nd Class, $51.25 and upwards
3rd Class,  Bristol or London, $31.25
Further Information from Ed Goulet, C. P. R. Agent, or write
A. H. Davis, General Agent
272 Main St., Winnipeg.
LIBERAL CONVENTION
A convention representing the Liberals of British Columbia wlll be held
ln the city of Vancouver commencing
Aug. 30, 1911.
Kach provincial   constituency ls entitled to send ten delegates for each
member   which  such  constituency  U
entitled to elect to the legislature.
C. J. McINTOSH,
Secretary.
JOHN OLIVER,
President.
COAL
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J08EPH MAYER8
Phone 106.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8L, Foot of 8lxth.
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SPORTS
EASTERN LACR08SE.
i sm*t\**mm���
Saturday's Results In N. L. U.
At Toronto���Toronto 8, Nationals 5.
At Montreal���Shamrocks 7, Ottawa
���Capitals 4.
At  Cornwull���Tecumsehs  5,    Cornwall 3.
Table  to  Date.
Goals
W.     L.     F.     A.
Tecumseh 7     1     CO ���  25
Montreal   4     1     51     19
Nationals    4     2     47     34
Torontos 4     2     44     32
Shamrocks    2     4      20     40
Cornwall 1     5     21     31
Cupltals 0     7      25     87
RULE OF LACROSSE
18 CALLED IN QUESTION
An Incident occurred in connection
-with the senior amuteur game on
Saturday which will serve as a
pointer to referees who send a player
off for the rest of the game when only
ii few minutes are to go, Instead of
llxing a definite penalty.
Joe Dakers had been penalized
three minutes befory the close, and
went to the Victoria dressing rooift.
When lt became necessary to play
the tie off, the <|iiestion arose whether he could come on again. The
best opinion on the field agreed that
he could not, but owing to the fact
that at Victoria a Westminster man
ruled off had been permitted to return under similar circumstances,
Dakers was allowed on again, and
played the balance of the match.
The senior amateurs are due to
meet the V. A. C. at Vancouver on
Saturday next. There will be a practice tomorrow evening.
The protest of Westminster against
the coronation day game, which was
unfinished, has been upheld, and
Westminster will meet the V. A. C.
in Vancouver early next month,
ln Yancouver early next month for
the replay ordered by the association.
Cricketers Bedten. ,
Westminster only knocked up a
total of 50 against Vancouver on
Saturday at Brockton Point, the home
team making 207 for the loss of five
wickets, at which point they declared.
For the visitors A. Wells was top
scorer with thirteen runs.
Annual Cricket Week.
Victoria, July 23.���Seven teams have
already entered for the Pacific Coast
Cricket association's tournament. The
last two were Saanich C. C. of local
''fame and Burrard C. C��� of Vancouver. There are flve other teams
which played in 1910 to hear from��� |
Nanaimo, Vancouver, Kootenay, Portland and Seattle and possibly some
new onos. Five grounds are thiB
year at lhe disposal of the committee, Jubilee hospital, Beason Hill,
Work Point, University school and
Esquimalt. Of these two are open to
the public free of charge, University
school and Beacon Hill. Strange to
aay the attendance Is greater at the
grounds whg;e a gate ls taken than
where admittance ls free.
Tennis Tournament.
Among the Weatminater players
drawn in the tennis tournament of
the Vancouver club, which begins today are Misses Corbould and Peele,
Messrs. L. A. LewlB, A. C. Eddy and
R. V. Ardagh.
i within the reach of all by the es-
I tabllshment of tennis courts ln publlc parks and playgrounds. Each
particular sport or pastime has its
special advantages. But among
those which belong to lawn tennis
are its comparative inexpenslveness,
the fact that, unlike baseball or other
more highly organized games, lt
only needs two persons and that the
degree of Intensity with which It' ls
played can practically be varied, according to the wishes of tbe player,
so that, lf desired, it 'Ib possible to
get a large amount of healthful exercise ln a shorter space of time than
ln almost any-other convenient way.;
Origin of the Game. j
The game of lawn tennis originated
In England about 1875, so that it Is
comparatively modern in its present
form. It Is, however, an outdoor
adaptation of the ancient game of
tennis or court tennis, as it la generally called to distinguish lt. This
was the game to which reference Is
made ln histories, and which differs
materially ln the fact that lt Is played  much more expensive to maintain ln
with   a  different  and   heavier   ball,   first-cuss shape, and cannot be play-
wblch ls driven against tha side walls  ed on constantly, aa a dirt court may
ot  the  Inclosing  structure.    Charles. be,  without  becoming worn and  anil., the merry English monarch, was   even.    But a good dirt court Is sti-1
an enthusiastic  player  of court ten-   perlo'r  to anything but  the  best   ofi
nls and used to have a scales at big. grass  courts.    In  tbe  United  States'
corut so that he might weigh himself  the    tournament    for    the    national
before and after playing.   It is chron-  championship   ls    played   upon   the
lcled that once be lost four and one-' grass courts at tbo  Newport casino
half poundsjn a match, a loss which  each summer, In.AugUBt, aad a num-
has often been equalled and not ln-   ber of other Important   tournaments
frequently exceeded ln these days by  are    also   nlayed   upon   grass.    But
players    who    have    gone    through   throughout  this  muntry   dirt  courts
gruelling contests at lawn tennis, so greatly  predominate.    Tbis  tact   has
that it may be aeen that the sport Is   bad   its  effect   upon    the   American
by no means an effeminate one. ( style of play as compared with   tbo
Grass   Courts. * | English, since, owing to the quicker
As was at flrst and is still almost bound of the ball om the hard dirt
universally tlie practice ln England, surface, the game naturally becomes
lawn tennis courts are laid out upon faster and speedier. In various*
closely cropped and rolled lawns, other ways the American game, as lt
from which the game takes its dls- has gradually been developed, exhlb-
tlnguishlng name. In this country, Its Interesting contrast to the game
however, owing to the difficulty of played by our English cousins, who'
ralslrig such turf as Is to be found ln as a general proposition have proved
England, the dirt or so-called clay themselves more steady but less brll-
court Is prevalent.    A grass court Is llant.
WE ACT AS AGENTS FOR THE
Sale of Real Estate
LISTINGS  SOLICITED.
TROUBLE   IN   PERSIA.
St. Petersburg, July 23.���Mohammed All Mlrza entered Astrabad this
morning amid the cheers of the people and the firing of guns ln welcome. Astrabad, which is the capital
of the province of Astrabad, hai already declared for the exiled shah.
There is only one practical route connecting Astrabad with Teheran, the
capital of Persia, and this is usually j
guarded. The former ruler is expect- ���
ed to try to make his way through
the mountains. This will be an ex-
tAordinary wild trip and will occupy
at least ten days.
Gift From Strathcona.
Montreal, July 23���Upon arrival
here a pleasant surprise awaited
those members of the 79th Cameron
Highlanders who attended the coronation ceremonies.
Each officer and man of the con-,
tlnnent was presented with an envelope containing $150, a gilt from
Lord Strathcona. as a recompense fot
wages lost and Incidentals on the
trip. The gift was informally made
and without ceremony of nny kind,
the envelopes being present through
the regimental officers and not by
Lord Strathcona himself who is now
In England.
TENNIS IS BEST        j
Of LAWN GAMES
.GOOD POINTS OF SPORT EXPLAINED ��� EXPENSE IS BUT
SLIGHT COMPARED WITH
OTHER   SUMMER   GAMES.
Toronto, July 23.���The game of
���lawn tennis has come within recent
years to be of the most popular and
widely enjoyed pastimes in this
country. While it may originally
have boen limited to people of means,
it has of late  been   put   practically
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downstairs, good bath, pantry, clothes closets; size
of lot 60 x 140; $5000;$2000 cash, balance arranged.
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What $10 Will Do
Just Sit Down and Think This Over:
Ten Dollars down will furnish your spare bedroom. Rent it for $10.00; in three months the
furniture will be paid for, you then have an extra
furnished room that your roomer has paid for and
an extra $10.00 a month coming in as long as you
wish.
That's the way to get a start; no need to scrape
along while Denny & Ross are here--we can help you.
Just think how the extra $10.00 a month coming in
will reduce your rent.
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Good lor Face Value In the
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AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
This   Coupon Counts
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ar they will not be counted. ,
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$10.00 down balance as the rent of your room comes in.
Save a little systematically, for it Is the stuff that the foundation of wealth end happiness are built of.
Money may be need 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, General Manager D. R. DONLEY, Local Manager.
FURNITURE consists of bed, spring, mattress,
reversible floor rug, dresser and wash stand, pair of
pillows, pair of white sheets, pair of blankets, 1 comforter, 1 white spread, 2 pillow-slips, curtain pole,
window shade, pair lace curtains,
OUTFIT COMPLETE, $28.75
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FOR SALE
That beautiful property, 132x132,
on Blackwood. Armstrong and Carnarvon streets with well laid out residence, for $17,000.   One-quarter cash,
* balance one, two and three years at
seven per cent. Note terms and compare Columbia street of today with
Columbia street of three years ago.
Before last payment falls due, three
years hence, this property will have
' become a valuable business site and
with a frontage on three streets,
must command a    high    figure    per
* front foot. "The woods are full" of
men who have become wealthy during the last few years, not so much
because they had a little money as
because  they  had  the foresight  and
',f*\ '<; courage to Invest at the right time
and in the right place. Here is another opportunity���nothing better on
the market.    For  further particulars
��&! D, D. BOURKE
'Phone 919 1316 Cariboo Street "TAGE SDC
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, JULY 24,  1911.
m
One Hundred Dollars in
Gold to be Given Away
Candidates In All Three Districts are to Recei\e a Special
Prize In Gold to  be  Awarded   Within the Next
Ten D^ys-Is Ten Days' Work Worth This to You ?
Show Us That It Is.
The $1750 Auto is on Display at T. A. Muir & Co's. Drug Store.   The $500 Piano Can be Seen at   the
Columbia Piano House.   The. Furniture Sets Can be Seen at Galloway & Lewis.   The Watches
Can Be   Seen At T. Gifford's Jew elry Store.   The Scholarships Were Purchased
From The Westminster Modern Business School.
The  Dally  News has    Inaugurated
��� its lust special offer, to enable the
contestants in its $3,000 voting contest to wind up their eight weeks of
Standing of Candidates.
dominations foi' the big automobile
""'/" "."'",,"'.��� i��� a  m���������.r    that contest   are   published    below,   and
persistent efforts in a mannet    that  ^^  ^ grow,ng    ,nteregt    ,n  Jg
will  leave no cauBe for regret alter competit|on.   Look them through, and
Aug. 5. has come and gone. j gee if you cannot   add   that   of   a
Starting tomorrow and  lasting un-friend. 	
til Wednesday, Aug. 2 at nine pm
District No. 3���All territory covered
by the Daily and Weekly News out-
side the city limits of New Westmln
ster. a
Misa Pearl Brlce, Ladner    1160
Mrs. H. Cooper, Langley  1240
Mrs. O. W. Bterllng, Le Roche
Landing       HBO
Mra. F. K. Herring, Fords Landing       3680
Miss Stewart, Fraser Mills  .... 1540
Miss   Kathleen   McBride,   Port
Oulchon 1400
Mlss   Annie   Hambrook,   Soutb
Vancouver  1200
Mlss Rosy Philcox, Mission 12980
��� ,.      ,���_._.       j, _     District No. 1���All territory west of
to the candidate in al   three district    ^ gide ^^ g ^ ^
combined who turns ln  the greatest  Westmlnster clty Um,tg
amount on subscriptions during    the Votes.
above specified period will be present- Mlgfl Laura Lavery  176230
id with fifty dollars in gold, and to Mlss Ethel Buckland    2240
the two highest candidates in the re- Miss  Brooks     3840      ^ ^     	
malnlng  two districts  we  will    give jjUj figjOUmt .............. 1070 MJg8 chrl'iUe UcQngott Ladner 1500
twenty five dollars each ln gold.      I Miss Irene Elckhoft ......  ....'. 13701 MlM Florence Lord, Ladner 1000
Just Think of It. |;M_gs   Mary   Eastman    348890 Mlss Ruby Kirkland, Ladner . ..11890
Can you Imagine a greater return Mlss  Mary Johnston     1460 Mlss Maggie Gilchrist   Ladner     '1270
for the work that you are going to do  Mrs.  W.  E   Fales    1306070 Mlss Vera Glllanders  Ladner " Hon
from now on?   And are you going to  M|g8   Ethel   Ennls    12600 ?'" ;er* ��^S ,T     " .
work, one and all of you?    There is  Miss   Helen   Shaw    98930  Ml98 Emm�� CMddell, Ladner .. 1000
not a contestant in the race    today Mrs.   E.   Selling    9950 Miss Juanlta McClusky, Ladner. 1400
who would be foolish enough to sit Mrs. Thompson     1300 Miss Olive Alexander, Sunbury. 1300
idle and  watch her competitors get- Miss  Violet  McGuften    887,490 Miss Lillian Cogglns, Sunbury.. 1280
ting the votes, when such a spleiidid   Mrs.  J.   E.  Insley    1704840 ���.     ���______._ D.,��...��   tlaZji      "<���.��.
array of prizes were in    sight   and  Miss   Olive   Archibald    14710 Miss Martha Pybus, Ladner ....16580
when those same presents could   be Mrs. R. Collier   2780 Miss Edith Falk, Westham island 1000
claimed by her, merely through a lit- Mrs.   L.   MacLean  3100 Mlss G. Dove, North Vancouver. 13690
tie show of effort during  her spare Miss   McAdam     lOtiO  Mrs. E. W. Money, Burquitlam.. 1000
hours during the next ten days. , Mrs.  Walter Thompson      5M00 w,_,'   Pr____  MnrrUnn .VMmnnria
Another Appeal to the Low Ones    j Miss Mabel Pur is    6890' Ml88  Grace  Morri80n'  Edmond��
This offer was meant  for you as ���������
well as the leaders ln the contest and District No. 2���All territory east of
can be taken advantage of by you as west side of Sixth Btreet, Including
well as them. ( Sapperton.
You have ten daya ln which to work  Mis  Sinclair     1290
tor one ot these special   prizes   and Mlss Hosana Beverldge  1620
��?JL It" *![?r* ofl M    ^unl   tooting Aflss  Florence  McLeod       23600
wfth them *g past performances have  Ml��s Bell Mood      1660
nothing at ail t�� do with the winning Mlss  M.  Ellev  ... 1340,
of these prizes. j Miss Helen  c.  Dav   ...'.'.'."" i i 70000
bee your friends today  and  get to   Mrs.   Polngaestie    .. '    i3590
work at once.    They are all willing Ming Genevieve Drlscoll ...'.'.'.'.'. 705o Mlsa Hutt  Chilliwack
to help you and want to see you win.  Miss  Katie  Muir      74.,��0 i M.s. KtL MccZ Ch.iHwack
but would rather    that    you    would  Mls9  Hazel Kenny     1210
show some signs of entertaining that M,8S Vera G1Uey     7060
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 634190
Mlss Katie Neilson, South Vancouver    1000
Miss Lily Burr, Ladner  1000
Miss M. Peterson, 1510 Charles
St., Vancouver     1000
Mrs. Kennedy, Fraser Mills 1000
Miss Helga Johnson, 1761 Fifth
Ave. East, Vancouver  1000
Mrs. W.T. McGllvray, Chilliwack ^450
7720
.2500
Mlss K. Smith, Abbotsford      1220
buuw  .uiuo ��*u, ui eiucrmiuiug mai  ~~-   ���-��� - ,-"��'   ''   '"777.  Miss Effle Wooler. Abbotsford   ..1560
desire yourself before they  give you �� Bs ^ln.nle,,Keary    "SS  Misa Mav Muserave   Earl's Road 1050
their  needed  help.    Just  ask    them  �� 88 Marie Morro^        1200  Miss May Musgrave   Earl s Koaa 1U50
and   see  how  swiftly  they    will    re-   J1 ������   Lillian   Jenkins    938580  Mlss Gertrude Voigt, East    Col-
ond j.Mlsa   Ruby   Fletcher    27990] lingwood    2700
* Think of What You Can Earn       1 Miss   Ruth   Robinson    13800! Miss Murray, Central Park     1070
Think of what vou can earn in'the' MUs   Rogers     1680 Miss White, Port Kells    1800
next two�� wleks. T Z will  Hgure  ��'�� ���% P���  ��g MU    Mary    Peterman,    Fraser
to  find  that never, in  alt  your Hfe.!       g  ^^ o;horne    14270  Mlss Georgia McLean, Coquitlam 1000
Miss Adele Bllodeau   250710|Mlss   Fitzgerald,   Huntingdon...  1340
Miss O.  Corrigan 4490|Miss White, Cloverdale    2500
.Mrs.   Winnie   Tait    701710  Miss   Hutchinson,   Milner    200240
The contestants are    beginning   *^>  Miss  Evelvn Cunningham   ....   3G420  Miss Gladys Slack, Hatzic  1000
realize that the difference of a few  Mlgg  c   Houle     1640 j Miss Natalie    Reuleau,    Mission ���
thousand  votes ls not a very    large  Mrs   E   Thompson     46601 City   2700
margin, and are not losing heart by! Mrs. C. S. DrfVies   13490  Miss Vera Coulter, Lanley   ...430580
have you had the opportunity to earn
so much In so short a time.
Little Difference.
Daily News Schedule of Votes
any means.    A race is never ended |
until the goal is reached, and there j'
is always time for the last competi-���
tor to win out.
Another m^^^^^^^H^^^^^H^^^^^MH^H^HHH^HI^H^^^^^^H
If  you  have  exhausted  your terrl-  ���,DaI,y Ne"8 ��gj ��arrler- rft��� 01Da,|y ��ew,.,bLma,1~     , ,������
tory   go over it again and    sign   re-' Three months, $1.00 500 votes Six months, $1.50  1,500 votes
newals and  extensions now ' I six months' $200   L500 votes Twelvemonths, $3.00 4,000 votes
The people who have promised ex-  Twelve months, $4.00 4,000 votes Two years, $6.00  .10,000 votes
��� ' Two years, $8.00   10,000 votes Th $9 00 on 000 votes
Three  years,  $12.00   ....20,000  votes inree yearB' *J0U   -��t00�� VOtes
Four years, $16.00   40,000 votes Four >ears- *12'00   *0*000 votes
Five years, $20.00    80,000 votes  Five years, $15.00    80,000 votes
For ten years subscription to the Daily News by carrier at $40.00, we
will allow 250,000 votes.
For ten years subscription to the Dally News by mail, at $30.00, we
*H1 allow 200,000 votes.
tensions ought to be willing to help | Two years
you now that the contest is on the   """"""
home stretch.
..Uninterested Judges.
That each candidate in the
contest may feel assured of a squirt
deal, a committee of well-known business men will be selected to act as
Judges to count the votes ancl award
the prizes at the close of the contest, .....������
Rules 6f tht Contest.
In addition to the nomination rules
published helow, tho following regulations will govern the conduct of the
Westminster News three thousand
dollar voting contest: i _5(ooo votes.
1. The contest closes at 9 p.m. Sat- ]	
urday, August 5. There wlll positively
be no extension of tbe time.
2. Votes may not be secured   except on subscriptions to the Dally or
Weekly News or by clipping the bal-j
lots daily during tbe life ot the contest.
3. No votes may be transferred
from one candidate to another.
4. Candidates must enter from
the district in which they live. If a
candidate remove3 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 the News will be allowed
votes according to the s-.helule.
8. No statement made by. any
solicitor, canvasser or agent varying
from the rules set forth will be.
recognizee by the News.
9. Candidates by accepting tlieir
nomination and filling votes certify
their agreement and these and anv
-other published conditions of the
contest
10.   The contest management o' the
' News reserve* the right to settle any
controversies HMO)!'arise during the
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
Four  years, $4.00    4,000 votes
Five years, $5.00   5,000 vote3
For ten years subscriptions to the Weekly News at $10.00 we will give
The Prizes.
Eleven In all. Two grand prizes and nine district prizes wl.l be
divided Into  the three districts as follows:
The Candidate receiving the greatest number of votes in the
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 ln the remaining three
districts will be awarded the $500 piano. This piano was purchased
from the Columbia piano house and is on display at their store, the
Walker 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 froni
Galloway & Lewis and can De seen at their store, corner Fourth'
and  Columbia  streets.
Three beautiful solid 14k. gold watches worth $40 each, purchased from and on display at T. Gifford's Jewelry store on Columbia street.
The District WW
In order to give every candidate an equal chance1 to become
the possessor of one of these valuable prizes the territory bas been
divided into three districts as follows:
District No. 1���All territory west of east side of Sixth street,
within New Westminster city limits. *���
District No. 2���All territory cast of west side of Sixth street,
including Sapperton.
District No 3���All territory covered by the Dally and Weekly
News outside the city limits of New Westminster.
1
��
One" Hundred Dollars in Gold
SPECIAL OFFER
To Candidates In Daily
News'   Auto   Contest
One Candidate in Each District Will Share in the $100
in Gold to Be Awarded
* *
August 2nd.
Don't Overlook This Exceptionally
Generous Offer.
The Daily News Will Give
Away $ 100 In Gold, to be
Divided Among the Three
Districts as Follows:
The Candidate in the three districts combined turning in the
greatest amount on subscriptions up till 9 p.m., August 2nd,
will receive $50.00 in gold.
The Candidates in the remaining two districts turning in the    k
greatest amounts on subscriptions  during' this period will
each receive $25.00 in gold.
Previous Subscriptions Do Not Count.
Every candidate has an equal
chance regardless of amount in
reserve.
This Offer starts with this
announcement and ends
Wednesday evening, August 2nd
at 9 p.m. and will be the last
special offer during the contest
iiKfligr-.-i
.***���* JrSJ*.,*t*HV:r(r��l .-OHrulllrt:
Jtt^^lte^^M
L^^l MONDAY, JULY 24,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster���Take notice that I, H. M.
Dwar, of Vancouver, occupation merchant. Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the tollowing described
lands:
Commencing at a pest planted about
one mlle east of T. _ 32454, and two
miles from Haslam Lake, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 cbalns, thence
���east 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. If, DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
He'the fractional  northwest  quarter
of  section    7, township    11     (121
ucrcs), Lungley Farm, part of lot 3,
subdivision of lots 21 and 22, group
2, New Westminster district.
Whereas  proof of the loss of certificate of title number 7721F, issue 1
in the name of Colon   McLeod,   bus
been flled In this office.
��� Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publlcatlpn hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me In writing.
C. S. KrilTH.
District ReMstrar ot Titles.
Land   Registry  0'ilce,   New   Westminster, B.C., July 11, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS
TRICT���District of New Weatmlnster.���Take notice that I, J. I. Dwa*,
of Vancouver, occupation merchant,
Intend te apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains, thence nort'i
80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 cbalns to the point ol
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
J. I. DWAR.
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
IMMIGRATION
INVESTIGATION
FINDINGS OF MR. JU8TICE MURPHY���PROSECUTION OF INTERPRETERS 8UGGL&1ED-
LIBERALS   EXONERATED.
JOARD OF TRADE���NBW WttfHT-
minster Board ot Trade meet* la UU
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of 'eacn inoum;
quarterly meeting on tbe wire
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at * p.m.     annual
Ottawa, July 23.���The government has laid on the table Mr. Justice Murphy's report on the Chinese
immigration scandals, in which he
recommends tbe criminal prosecution of Yip On, the former Chinese
Interpreter ut Vancouver, and also bis
partner, Yip Sue Hoi, the inauguration of an emigration arrangement
with China similar to that now in
force with Japan, as well as outlining a number ot other Important suggested changes in the Oriental customs aud immigration departments.
Findings.
The following are the findings:
First���The   charges   both   of   per-
I sonal and official misconduct against
the Hon. Mr. Templeman are found to
be entirely  without foundation.        _,
Second���The charge against certain members of the Liberal executive of Vancouver were shown to be
untrue.
Third���The existence was demonstrated of an Intrigue on the part or
T. R. E. Mclnnes, with whom was associated Mr. David Lew and Mr. Gor
have thug entered Canada, but lt   is'
probable  that  the  majority  admitted
there   under   the   Chinese   passports I
secured  fraudulent entry.
Tenth���The interpreter Yip On wan
directly concerned, and a participant
in  these  frauds.      This  is   probablyj
true also of bis partner Yip Sue Poy.
Kle\ 1'iith���Numbers      of      Chinese '
have   probably   entered    Canada    as
-exempt   sonB  of  merchants   who  did
DOt fulfil the law requirements to entitle them  to such free entry,    This I
has been accomplished:
(a) By wholesale registration of
Chinese as members of merchant
firms who possibly have a small Interest in such business, but who are
I not actively engaged in mercantile
: life, but are really laundry men, laborers, clerks, etc.; and      *
(b) By such persons and genuine
'merchants  as  will   bring  in   In livid-,
uals as  sons  who  were   in  fact   no!
I 'jlood  relations to them.
: Twcirth���The method of identification in vogue In Vancouver until last
autumn   waB   defective,   and   as   car-
I ried out  practically  vuiueiess.
Tnlrteenth���The watch kept in
ships at ine poit of Vancouver up U
the same date was farcical.
i.    Fourteenth���Mr.    Bowell    had    no
| nection    with   any   wrong-doing,  but  nra.rt,X!,a.
' was negligent ln the performance of   "HITESI
; his  duties  ln  so  far  as  they  apper-
i talned to the admission of Chinese Into  Canada.    In  fairness   to  him   It
'must be stated that the dual position
of collector of customs and of comp-
, troller of Chinese Immigration ln re- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
cent years at any rate, have made Im^ApE.WHBALLER, McQUARRlE &
BUSINESS D1RFCTORY lNEW Westminster   land   dis- new Westminster land dis-
*��w.*s*^��t**   1/uu-viu.w   |    TRI8T_DlBtrlct of New  Westmln-      TRICT.���District of New Westrain-
j ster, B.C.���Take notice that Charles * ster.-Take notice that I, James
I Evelyn Falkner, of Vancouver, B. C, | Charles Wood, of North Vancouver,
1 occupation clerk, intends to apply for, occupation merchant, intend to apply
I permission to purchase the following '< for permission to purchaae the follow-
I described lands: Commencing at a! lng described lands: Commencing at
| post planted at northeast point of j a post planted about three miles
t unchartered Island, thence following \ nortb of T. L. 916 on the west shore
-. -,i _ ...    .*.* i ��h���      m. Ithe Bhore to P��lnt of commencement, i of  Haslam    lake,    thence    west    80
p.**,!."*" ��Bm1-   ���1���kL-���"y 5* | containing three acres more or less, | chains,1 Ihence south 80 chains, tbence
about   two   miles   south   of   Pender east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
Harbor at Point Francis,  and  about, to point of commencement, and oon-
150 feet southwest from lot 997, and | '
200 feet southeast from lot 2792.
CHARLES EVELYN FALKNER...,
May 29th, 1911.
February. New member* may b*
proposed and elected ai any montn
)��� or nuarterly m��U.n. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
sre held ln Odd Felloas' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams, N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; J. W. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barrlster-at-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbia
and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C. P. O. Box 112. Telephone 710.     .
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
taining 640 acres more or less.
JAMES CHARLES WOOD,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1911.
CORPORATION  OF  BURNABY.
DE,
EDMONDS
^^^^^^^^^^^ *\ JOHN
ston, barristers antl solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
street, New Weatmlnster. W. J
Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New  Westminster.���Take notice that I, R. B. Fran- ....
els, of Vancouver,   occupation   mer-i f?a? been careful, and as effective as
possible demands upon bis tlm
Fifteenth���Some suspicion rests upon the new Interpreter, Poon Shun
Lung, ln reference to the admission
don Grant, to establish some sort' of y,f ���,��� two allege(, ������������ janualTi!
connection with the administration' m0i and Hkewlse In reference to hiB;
of the Chinese Restriction Act at the forraer connectlon, if his statemsnt is
port of Vaucouver by obtaining con- to ���e be���evedi wlth a flrn) ln Tor.l
trol  of  the position  of  Chinese '"-
_______
terpreter,  and  possibly  other   ways.
Its object  was to serve some   personal end.
Fourth���Mr.    Foster,    government
onto regarded by the police in illicit
opfhm traffic. i
Sixteenth���Under the act as at pre-|
sent framed  the government Is dep-
_��� ., endent ln a targe measure on the In-
secret service officer, was utilized to j tegrity of the Interpreter, and ln the
advance  this  Intrigue;   to what  e$- matter of the admission of new mer-'/
tent he was a dupe and to what ex-    -
tent a participant, is uncertain. 	
Fifth���Ample opportunity has ex- tom, officials sold opium after seiz-
lsted at the port of Vancouver for tho ure and appropriated the proceeds, ls
Illegal entry of Chinese Into Canada   untrue.
Eighteenth���Tbe quantity of opium
coming into Canada is regulated simply by the demand for the drug.
Nineteenth���Whilst   more   efficient
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offlces, Rooma 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran
vllle street F. C. Wade, K. C.
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie. G. E
Martin.	
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, 610 Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
Nsw Westminster District.
Re Section 31, Block 6 north, Range!
1 east, except part conveyed fori
dyke.
A  certlflcate  of  Indefeasible   Title!
to the above property will be Issued
I to Thomas R. Pearson on the 21st day |
! of August, 1911, unless ln the meantime a valld   objection   thereto   be
made to me ln writing by a person or
I persons claiming an estate or interest
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 In
their custody or possession tbe 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 TRUST CO., LTD.
D. W. Johnston, Applicant or Agent.
New Westminster, B. C.
 FISH   ANO  QAMg.	
ilsslon of new mer.)~*~***~***~***~~~~~?~n~~*~**~v*
chants, wholly so. I AYLING   ft   SWAIN, FISH. FHUIT,
Seventeenth���The charge that cus-'    Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
in
In the  various  ways enumerated
the body of the report- ���
Sixth���The   administration   of   the
Chinese Restriction    Act at Victoria
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant Tel. ft ISS. Room,
Trapp block.
chant, Intend to apply for permission defects In "aid act would permit.
to purchase  tbe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile east ot T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 cbalns, thence south
80 chains, thence west 8 0 chains,
thence north 80 chains te point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
R.  B.  FRANCIS,
Duncan  O'Hara,   Agent
May 2, 1911.
At Union Bay.
watching will prove a preventive,
total exclusion of opium cannot be
hoped for, and consumption must be
f2Z2SrThLE?rL2' T2*��.^JT -SS^Sit"^ ^KST^^tain^ *W * broten. ,-*.-�����*
practically a free  port for   the en- t0 the act on the lines suggested by
trance of Chinese, and for smuggling t__e police officers of  Vancouver and
opium  into  Canada.    The  ships   of ���
two lines  running direct   from   the
Orient go there to coal before setting
out on each return voyage.
Eighth���This   condition   of  things
obtains in almost the same extent at   ������������ ���,..������,___ uo BUUUUllm i
the ports of Nanaimo, Ladysmith and  department of Justice for advice as to
Uoat  Harbor.    No ships direct from  ���*���-**������ -�������� .--.**-      -.*��� *���
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, Mabel Lucy
���Paige, of New Westminster, occupation, married woman, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles north of T. L. 916 ou
the west shore of Haslam Lake,
thence west 80 chains, th.eneesouth
80 chains, thence east 80. chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE,
O'Gerle, Agent.
Date June 6, 1911.
the Orient call at these ports to coal,
but tramp vessels carrying Chinese
crews are numerous. ',   i
Ninth���The system of direct fraud
to secure Illegal entry of Chinese into Canada as merchant exempts has
Victoria above set o��t .
Recommendations.
The    following    recommendations
are made:
First���That the digest of facts forwarded herewith be submitted to the ___,
Time
whether they Justify a criminal pros?, . ��*    .
........     , ...     _ ...    partner#, Arrival
pher; specifications, business let
ters, etc.; circular work taken
Pbone 415. Rear of Major ant!
Savage's offlce. Columbia St.
NEW
WESTMIN8TER
SERVICE
bis
MAIL
Time
u ,
Closing:
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
tbe Engineer's Office. Edmonds, B.C.,
and the specifications and general
conditions of contract may be procur-
red tbere on depositing $5.00 which
will be returned to all bona fide
tenderers. *
Tenders will not be considered unless submitted on official forms and
accompanied by marked cheque for
5 per cent, of the amount of tender.
The Council does not bind Itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned will be received up to 12
noon, July 24th, 1911.
WM. GRIFFITHS,
Clerk.
Municipal Hail, Edmonds, B. C.
pfitlon   *-* Yip  On  and   _._  ���_..u-���^^_^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^__
Tip Sue Por. '������'S0:0S���Doited States via C. P. R
Second���In  the event of such ad, <dal,7 except Sunday).23-.oo
vice being of an affirmative   nature, 8:00���Vancouver via B. C. B. R.
that this report be not made public (daily except Sunday).. 8:S0
until  such   prosecutions   have   been 13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
flourished at the port of Vancouver,, launched, and at least the prellmin- (daily  except  Sunday)..11:15
tirobably  since  1907.    It  ls Impossl-, ary hearings held 18:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R-
hie to determine how many   Chinese!     The reasTJh is that the direct evi- <dally ��xcePt Sunday)..16:0<
dence  of  Yip  Dit  Chor,  Yong  Jem    8:00-Vlctoria via B. C. B   R.
Sun,   and   Fung   Chang   Ming   will (dally except Sunday).. 8:00
doubtless   be   necessary.     If  it   be- 13:00-Victorla via B. C. E. R.
comes known that criminal proceed- ��� M*Jr,����ept Sunday). 11:15
lngs are in contemplation, these men 7:30-United States viaO. N. R.
will probably disappear, and to locate them, as the experience of the
commission in searching for passport
men shows, will be a most difficult,
if not impossible task.
The  commission recommends  that
be
DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND
CANALS, CANADA.
HUDSON BAY RAILWAY.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed tenders addressed    to   the
undersigned and    endorsed    "Tender
for construction of Hudson Bay Railway," will be received at^ this office, | jf  practicable  an   arrangement
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT-Dlstrict of New Westminster.���Take notice that I, A. L. Dwar,
of Vancouver, occupation banker, Intend to apply for permission to pur-
case the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile eaBt of T. L. 32454,
and two miles from Haslam Lake,
tbence north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to the point ot
commencement and containing 640
acres more or less.
A. L. DWAR,
Duncan O'Hara, Agent.
May 2, 1911.
until 16 o'clock on Tuesday, the 1st:
of August, for a section of about 185!
miles from Pas Mission to Thicket]
Portage. '
Plans,   specifications  and  form  of
contract to he entered into can   ho
(daily except Sunday).. 9.46
16:16���United States via G. N. Rr
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
10:18���All points east and Europe   (daily)....  8:30
22:30���All points east and Europe  (daily)    14:00
19:18���Sapperton and Fraaer
Mills     (dally     except
Sunday)       8:30
allowed "to ""enter ��<>-<M>-S*PP<>rton    ���*     Fra8er
mills      (daily     except
Sunday)      14:00
10:48���Coquitlam   (dally  except
Sunday)       8:30
13:00���Central Park and Edmonds (dally except
Sunday)       11.16
1400���East Burnaby (dally ex-
Sunday) 13:30
made with the government of CWT"��
similar to that now in force with
Japan, whereby a flixed number tit
Chinese only be ^^^^^^^^^
Canada in each year, the Chinse government in issuing permits  to   give
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
tor Public Building, Chilliwack, B.C.,'
will be received at this office until 4
p.m. on Monday, July 24, 1911, for
the construction of a Public Building,
Chilliwack, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form ofl
contract can be seen and forms ofl
tender obtained at the office of Mr.
William Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B.C., at the Post Office,
Chilliwack, B.C., and at this Department
Persdna tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. In the case of
firms, the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of
residence of each member of the firm
must be given. -I
/ Each tender must be accompanied/
' by an accepted cheque on a charteredI
bank, payable to the order ot
Honorable tbe Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10) ot
the amount of the tender, which wlll
be forfeited lf the person tendering
decline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. It the
tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, June 29, 1911.
Newspapers will not be   paid   for
this advertisement If they Insert    it
without authority from the    Department.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���Distiict of New Weetmi*
ster.-Take notice that I, Dorothy
Fry, of Seattle, Wash., occupation
married woman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboJt
one mlle east of Theodosia lake, at
T. L. 31562, tlience east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chalas, 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.
i ^���������^���������^������^������
1 LAND REGISTRY ACT.
seen on and after Wednesday, May* ~'"r""" '". *"""'"��h���''".'"    T       .
31, at the office of the Chief Engineer, ?1*Vm%*? &��$$%' *'? ?*",?*
of    the    Department    of    Railways! t>e0,CW.n*,e J*!��*2S*  A��L ?   ^
and Canals, Ottawa, and at the office   ���de  kifcplioaMe  to    subjects   of
of the Chief Engineer of the Hudson! v'nina'     Fvnn.r,f,.   R���w.,.
Bay   Railway,   Winnipeg,   at   which       AU���    Exonerates   Bowell.
places forms ot tender may be ob-  . A1��iough  exonerating   Mr.   Bowell 	
tamed. "aK?'��K ��     8e ��f 2 ��T?   ^f 10:00-Timberl^nd   Tuesday and
Parties tendering will be required  du<* that, ^,was fegllgen    in this ��>'*-* t      soay a
to accept the fair wages'schedule pre-,. *��**&. of Chinese immigration,
pared or to be prepared by the Do-     Aa has been shown, he placed the
partment of Labor,  which    schedule  administration or    me    ac   ,ir.au. y
will form part of the contract. ,n the hands of the Interpreter.    He
Contractors are requested to bear  accepted   the   Chinese   passports   as
mmmamlmlmm    a.-',t\.    It*.,    nml       wllOYI     In    t
Friday)    13:30
10:30���Barnston Islands arrives
Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday,   and   leaves
  Monday,      Wednesday -
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-      Contractors are requested  to bear  -�������i>!��j��   "��   --���--   ���.---*.-"-   -- and   Frf^y    14:30
TRICT���District of New Westmln-' ln mind, that tenders will not be con- complying with the act, when in truth 10:00_Ll. .��� ,     ..������.������,.,
I,    James  sidered  unless made strtctly in    ac-  they did not, as they were in a lan- Westham   Island   Burr
ice    that    1,    James  smeieu  u..���� u.au��� ...***.,  ...    --   they did not, as they were in a lan-
Wood, of North Van-1 cordance with the printej forms, and  g��a���� other than English or Frencn. v,Ua . 14 30
-^���.   ...mmA  ,m ���!.. ������������ nt nrm. unless there are  He knew the farcical nature of the 10:00_ Anuieville   buifaury tdali>
the Avatch   kept   on ships   at Vancouver,, except Sunday) ."14:30
failed to report it. 10:00���Woodwards        (Tuesday,
:    There ls no doubt that opium en- Thursday    and    Satur-
.ters Canada as freely as it ever did, jbv>      "        ��� 14-30
ln fact more freely   as there is now;     Down    m^'jftn 'on "Saturday
no duty  to pay.    Assuming the law  c|ogea at 13.30
ster.���Take    notice
Fergus O'Connor ..^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
couver,  occupation  merchant,  intend  in tbe case of firms,
to apply for   permission to purchase! attached   the   actual   signature,
the following described lands: | nature of the occupation, and place
Commencing   at    a   post   planted of residence of each member of   the
about three miles north of T. L. 916   firm.
on the west shore of Haslam Lake,]    An accepted bank cheque for   tho
thence north 80 chains, thence west' sum of $200,000.00 made payable   to
80  chuins,  thence south   80   chaln3. | the order of the Minister of Railways  has been  or will  be put into   more- io-Yo���Vancouver    Piner's   Sid
thence east 80 chains to the point of, and Canals must accompany each ten-  workable shape by amending lt. the jng     yl'    0P   t      R
commencement   and   containing   640  der.  which  sum  will  be  forfeited  if  department of Justice might usefully (datly exceDt Sunday)   14-20
acres more or less. | the party tendering declines entering  request the attorney-general of Brit- n-an���Cloverdale nnd Port Kells    '
JAMES FERGUS O'CONNOR WOOD,   into  contract for the  work, at    the  lsh Columbia to call the attention ot     '        vlft r   J   5    umw *1
O'Gerle,   Agent,  rates stated ln the, offer submitted.      all police officers, provincial and mu- y
The cheques thus eent In will  be  nlcipal,   to  the  fact  that   transgres-
_| returned to the respective contractors  sions against it are criminal, and hot
whose tenders are not accepted. ^^^^^^^^���" - ������ ���
Re Lote 7 and 8, Block 11, Steveston.
, Whereas proof ot the loss of certificate of title numher 7105A, issued In
the name ot John Herbert Turner haa
been flled in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the .expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue
a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid objection
be made to me in writing-.
C. 0. KBSTH,
Dlatrict Reglatrar ot Title*.
���.    ,     Land  Reglatry   Office,   New  Weat-
"���/minster, B.C., June 19th, 1911.
TENDERS.
Tenders are invited for the erection of a two story frame workshop
on Royal avenue, near Eighth street,
for Mr. T. Ovens.
Tenders "to be delivered not later
than noon, August 1, to the undersigned, where plans and specifications
may be obtained. The lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
GARDINER, MERCER & GARDINER,
Architects.
Date June 6, 1911.
N^,ryE���TiS8T?M.LASSLmiS:;    The Rhe1ue of ,he "ucessful ten-
TRICT-Dlstrict of N��W_WWtote-.       �� ^ be      .   ag ^        or
���ter.-Take notice that I, W   E  Fry,. secur,      f      h   d     fu)mment of tho
of Seattle, Wash   occupation broker,! contract to he enter6(1 lnt0
intend to apply   for permission ^ to     The ,oweflt or any tender not nece8.
merely breaches of the customs regulations.
MR. BOUILLON IS
NOW  DISMISSED
purchase   the   following     described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
one mile east of Theodosia lake, at T.
L. 31562, tbence 80 chains west, thence
80 chains north, thence 80 chains east,
thence 80 chains south to point of
commencement, and   containing   640
acres more or less.
W. E. FRY.
Duncan O'Hara. Agent.
May 19, 1911.
8arlly accepted.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
By order, !
L. K. JONES.
Secretary.
Department of Railways and Canal?
Ottawa, May 2fi. 1911. I
(Newspapers inserting this adver
tisement without authority from the
Department wlll not he paid for It.)    !
Edmonton.     July     2"<���After     six'    ���	
months of civic wrangling, lawsuits, 15:1B���Crwscent; White Rock and
^^_  via G      ^^^^^^^^^^
(daily except Sunday) .14:00
11:80���Clayton (Tuesday, Thursday. Friday and Sat-
day       14:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)        14:00
8:30-tBurnaby Lake (dally except Sunday   16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui. Huntington, etc. (daily except  Sunday)    23:00
AUCTION
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY AT EDMONDS JUNCTION.
Five Cent Fare from New
Westminster.
To those looking for a SURE and
LUCRATIVE INVESTMENT, for a
small outlay of cash, we strongly
recommend their attention to this
sale,
At   Conservative   Club   Hall,    Above
Anee:-son   &   Lucy's   Hardware
Store,    Columbia    Street,
New Westminster.
WEDNESDAY, THE  26th  INST.,
CORPORATION   OF   BURNABY.
To Contractors.
Tenders are invited .for clearing
and grubbing only, of tne following
streets:
Royal Oak road, River road to B. C.
E. R. (except where no right of way),
73 chains.
Royal Oak road, centre D. L. 80 to
Still creek (except where no right of
way), 77 chains.
Pole Line road, Barnet road to Burrard inlet, 40 chains.
Cariboo road, Gunn road to John-
ston road, 60 chains.
Queens avenue, Burrard inlet to
South D. L. 121, 83 chains.
Seventh avenue, Sixth street to
Coldicutt road, 100 chains.
Twentieth street, Tenth avenue
(city) to Mara road, 48 chains.
Gllmour avenue, Barnet road to
Douglas road, 62 chains. ,
Cumberland road, diversion to Burnaby lake, 40 chains.
Specifications and general conditions of contract may be procured at
the Engineer's Office, Edmonds, B.C.,
and investigations and renaated attempts of council to get rid of Utilities Commissioner Bouillon both he
and Commissioner Butchart were dismissed by the city council Wednesday  at the end   of a  short   weekly
Blaine    (dally    except
Sunday) 9:46
16:16���Hall's Prairie, Fern Ridge
and -Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:46
2:30 p.m.
Favored  with  Instructions we will I on depositing $2.00 which will he Resell to the highest bid: j turned to all bona file tenderers.
(1) Store building, with two front j Tenders will not be considered un-
entrances, suitable for partitioning less submitted on official forms and
off for two good stores, with five' accompanied by marked cheque for 5
room flat above, and 45 foot lot, pn; per cent, of the amount of tender.
Edmonds street���the business street, i The council dbes not bind itself to
and within a block and half of sta- accept the lowest or any tender.
tlon and block of new building Just be-. Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
lng erected, costing $15,000. Terms��� derslgned will be received not later
$500 cash, balance very easy. ! than 12 noon, July 24th, 1911.
(2) Thirteen other lots adjoining.! WM. GRIFFITHS.
Terms���$90  cash, balance 6, 12 andj Clerk.
18 months.                                               |    Municipal Hall, Edmonds, B.C.
Particular   attention   is called   to 	
these properties from an investment
point of view as the activity in development in Edmonds Just now is
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    ls    afforded.
meeting.    The action  was  taken up ll;SO���Chilliwack,    Milner,    Mt
LAND REGI8TRY ACT.
Phone 699.
O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust Building.
F. G. GARDINER.       A. L. MERCER
Gardiner, Mercer & Gardiner,
M. 8. A.
ARCHITECTS
WESTMINSTER     TRUST     BLOCK.
Phone 661. Bex 772
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
by the council following the dissolu- j
'tlon by Mr. Justice Simmons of the',
temporary Injunction ln the supreme
court   chambers   granted   last   week. I
It ls not known what will be the next
move of the Bouillon forces but lt Is
j reported    that    Alderman    WKtnley i
who has all along, supported the com-/
missloner  will  resign   and   ex-Mayor'
Lee "'I'l "-"itest his seat in the Boull-1
i lon Interest. ', 11}
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed. Uopor
Sumas, Surrey Centre.
Cloverdale, Langley
Prairie, Murrayville,
Strawberry Hill, South
\��'����tmlns<'��"\ Clover
ITT Valley, Coghlan, Sar-
** s 4s<uba Hill, via B.
C. E. R. (daily except
Sunday)    8:30
Re the northwest, quarter of sectloa
29, township 12, New Westminster
district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 12190A, issued
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ in the name ot Robert MacClure
Property" has gone up 100 per cent*; Blake, has been flled in this office,
here within nine months. Go and l , Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
see the place for yourself���that's all ��� "t the expiration of one month from
we ask, and remember these proper-! the date of the flrst publication here-
ties must be sold. Those are our In- j of, in a dally newspaper nubllshed In
structlons. I the City of New Westminster. IssuA
Place of   sale   will be announced a duplicate of the said certificate, un-
later. I ,pss in the meantime valid objection
Chas. Dawson
Auctioneer and  Appraiser for Ward,
Burmester  ��  von  Graevenltz.
Phone 4595.
be made to me in wrltlne.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Title*.
Land  Registry Office.  New. West-
minster, B. C, July 10, Hll. THE DAILY NEWS.
We sell
Simond
Hand Saws
Once used
Always used
They hang better, wear
better, run easier and
give better satisfaction
than any other hand saw
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
City News
When the
Fire Bell Rings
Your first thought "Is that my home
on flre." Why worry; take out a policy In one of the quick settlement
companies which  I  represent.
A. W. McLeod
HOT TOMR
Make life a
pleasure by
using our
The monthly meeting o f the W. C
T. U. will take place today at Queeis
avenue church school room. ReporU
wlll be received from delegates at
the provincial convention recently ut
Victoria.
Commencing Sunday, July 23, the
steamer Transfer will make the trip
to SteveBton and return on Sunday
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.   **
Fred Relanger ts spetttftei* his Sun! f
I mer holidays at Houndary Ba>1. ;
Huirdresslng parlor, etc. Room 5,i
Market  Hlock, over Hunter's.      ���*    j
Considerable work is in progress at
St. Patriok's hall, tlie roof is being renewed, and otber improvements mado.
Mr and Mrs. P. Miller, 518 Agnes
street spent the week visiting their
daughter,  Mrs.  0,  Miller, Ladner.       I
Mrs.   C.   Purvis  and   Mlss   Purvis,'
who  have  been  visiting  Seattle and
tbe Sound cities, have returned.
Joseph QUI, of the Windsor hotel
staff, left last evening for England, to
make bis first visit to his uatlvo
country for seven years.
The new baggage room at the 0.
m R. was brought into use on Saturday, although work upon lt ls not
yet completed, Interior finishing having yet to be done.
Henry Chamberlin, of Blaine,
Washington, has returned home aftef
visiting with Mrs. J. E. Insley for the
week end. . ,,   jj.
Police Magistrate Edmonds, who
bas been spending a vacation in
Golden, B. C, has returned a ween
earlier than he had intended owing
to the interruption by mosquitoes,
and the excessive heat.
Mrs. E. J. Humphreys    ancl    Mrs.
Hardy,    Vancouver,    Mrs. H. Judson i  ___--l..-J      i.-      as.1 j. WW
Brynes and children, Langley Prairie.  KnOCKCd     tO     PieCCS
and T. D. Curtis wore the week end
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Eastman
at their summer residence at White
Rock.
MONDAY, JULY 24, 1*11.        1
i��'   M ' ��� ag=B=^=sse���i_____���
Last Week of
Big Sale
CTJttSMHH Co*
Profit By
Coning
The Public
Supply Stores
BANG!
Jar prices all
Electric Irons
and
Water PowV
Washing
Machines
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
553 Front Street
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phones 715 and 537.
OUR LINE OF
Water Wings
AND
Bathing Caps
is complete.   We also
carry a large stock of
Camping Necessities
B. Thurber, organizer of the Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers International Alliance, will visit Westminster tomorrow, and at the Kagles
hall will seek to organize the local
Sheet metal workers.
The magnificent McLaughlln-Bulck
automobile, to be given away by tho
Daily News, is to be seen ln the win
dow at T. A. Mulr's drug stoie, Co
lumbia street. Full particulars on
page six, **
The Weir line Bovaric will come to
the Praser at an early date to toad
lumber for Sydney at the Fraser
Mills. She will take a million and a
half feet. The Strathavon will follow to load 3,800,000 feet at the saine
mills for Sydney also.
At the Burnaby police court on Saturday before B. O.  Walkfcr,  J, P-, a'
I number of Vancouver motorists were
[fined various sums ranging downwards
from   *2B   for   exceeding   the   legal'
, speed limit along the River road be-
i tween the South and Gilley roads on
Saturday,  July 15.    This rpad being
woodland, the limit ts twelve miles,
and tbe carB were running according
to Chief of Police Townsend from 17
to 25 miles an hour on   the   paced
road.    Other similar cases   will   be
taken  on  Wednesday  and   Saturday.
A drunken squabble among Klooch-
women near Ewen's Cannery on Saturday evening has come to the attention of the police. A woman named
Annie Josefs will prefer a charge of
assault against three other wometi,
who she alleges struck her. The
case was reported to Constable Gammon, who considered the condltoln of
affairs did not warrant his interference, and that proceedings by way
of a summons would best meet the
facts of the case.
James Dennison, aged 40, died on
Friday at liis residence at Mt. Lehman after a brief illness. He bad
lived in the valJey for twenty-two
yeai s. and after coming out from his
native Orkney islands, resided in
Westminster for some time. H?
leaves a widow and three daughters,
one brother, John, at Mt. Lehman,
and a sister, Mrs. J. Pope, of New
Westminster, His father, Mr. Thomas
Dennison, also survives him. The
funeral arrangements are being made,
through Murchie & Squ. ami ftwalt
tbe arrival of Mrs. Dennison. j
1     Kev.  W,  A.  GHford, of Columbian'
I college,  was    a    visitor  to  Enderb..'
I last  week for a few day*.
���     The death lias taken  place at    the
resilience of his father-in-law of Uev.:
L. W. Allen, late of Salmon Arm, who,
formerly held a charge at Ladner. Iln
overworked himself in Swift Current,
Stisk.. and although he lived for some
years    his   'constitution    was    novel'
robust again, ln January last he married   Miss   Clarissa   Mc.Kennelly  anil
much sympathy is felt for the young [
widow.
The  first  trip  of the  season  made
by   the   steamer   Transfer   to   enable 1
passengers to see the salmon fishing j
in  operation at   Steveston  was made
yesterday,    Although there were *>ut
few   sockeyes   running,   and   flstiin:: |
does not begin till six o'clock on Sundays the forty passengers making tho |
journey  expressed    themselves    well ]
pleased   with   the   trip,  and  desirous
of going down again when the fish are
running good, as they are expected to
he so by next  Sunday wh"n tbe special  visit  to Steveston  will  again bo
mtde. anil continued during tbe canning season.
The famous
E. Z. JARS
are selling at
Half Gallon $1.75
Quarts - - $1.25
Pints - - - $1.00
They are selling
very fast at these
extraordinary
prices. Buy now
SIX DAYS MORE OF
Midsummer Sale
Oar Big Sale goes merrily on. We say "merrily"
and we mean it; our customers are the merry
ones, and no wonder; for, when and where else
are such bargains obtainable ?
This Summary Portends Another Boost
to This Sale's Popularity.
GREATEST OF BARGAINS IN WASH FABRICS
BEAUTIFUL FOULARDS MUSLINS ANO COTTON
PONGEE8. /
Big assortment  of   colorings
about  28  Inches,  values  30c
and designs; width
to 45c. Sale Price
,.  .,  .. ..20c per yd.
CU8HION   TOPS,  CLEARING  FIGURE.
Fancy embroidery patterns and stenciled Cush
lon Tops, good selection of designs; values regular to 75e. Sale Price,  each           *5c
TABLE     COVERS CLEARING AWAV LESS THAN
HALF PRICE.
��� Tapestry Table Covers in shades of green and red
mixtures, extension table sizes, mostly with frlngo
edges;   values to $3.50.    Sale Price, each   $1.75
LINEN   TABLE CLOTHS.
Extra   Savin? s.
.Table  cloths. Full  bleached Linen mixtures  sizes.
66x68 and 68x86 inches; good patterns; values
Regular  to  $2 00.    Sale Price, each  $1.00
Camp Table Cloth, size 64x56 Inches; values 85c.
Sale   Price,   each       60c
ROMPERS   SPECIAL VALUES.
Children's Heavy Chamboy RomperS; shades of
blue;   well  made;   values  75c.    Sale  Price,  ea.   50c
WHITE    COTTON VE8TING8, BA8KET WEAVES
AND MU8LIN8.
In   spots   and check effects;   width 28 Inches;
ues regular to 40c.    Sale  Price,  per  yard   ...
val-
.20o
CHILDREN'S SOCKS���15c BUYS TWO PAIRS.
.Children's   Black Cashmere Socks ln small sizes;
.values   regular 20c.   Note the Sale Price.
DUTCH    COLLAR8 AT A RU8H-OUT PRICE.
Values Ito 60c; Sale Price 35c.
Women's   Laundred   Dutch    Collars,   embroidered,
neat styles and assorted depths.
BU8TER BELT8, 15c EACH.
.Little   Buster Belts ln shades of green, brown, red
and black.  Regular 25c values.
WOMEN'S  DRAWER8
Male of fine cotton, with lawn frill, feather stitched  hem;   values to 50c.   Sale price, each  2bc
COR8ET  COVERS.
Of cotton, round neck edged with lace; values 4<>c.
Sale price, each 25c
UNDER8KIRT8 FOR  MONDAY SELLING.
Women's   underskirts of heavy gingham; ln shades
of  blue,  pink, mauve, green, navy,
values $1.00.    Sale price, each	
black and white.
. ..75c
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
ROHEMIAN
Is now under new management. Meals
at all hours, night and day.
Merchant's Dinner fronv 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 Steves-
tpn leaving opposite the cafe.
Corner of Columbia and Eighth Sta.
AT
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia SL
New Weatmlnster, B.C.
MARRIED.
SHORE���-OASHWOOD-JONKS ��� AT
St. Al'ians church. Uurnaby, by the
Rev. T). Dunlop, on Saturday, July I
22. 1911. Maitland Mosjlie, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Shore. Vancouier, to Edith, eldest]
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Dashwood-Jones, of New Westminster, B. C. j
10-ACRE BLOCKS
We have juet 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.
********��*******t**S**S**********
********
A New Stock of Bathing Caps
and Water Wings
AT
Ry all's Drug Store
EYES TE8TED BY OPTICIAN.
'PHONE 57 WESTMINSTER TRUST SLOCK.
CALL AND 8EE THE LATEST   IN TORIC BIFOCALS.
****************** ft*** f**^*****a*i
INTERURBAN TRAMS
Westminster branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver at 5, 5; 45
a.m. and. every 15 minutes
thereafter until ll p.m. Sunday leaves at fi, 7, 8 a.m. and
every 15 minutes thereafter.
Lulu Island branch. ��� Cars
leave for Vancouver every hour
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. connecting at Bburne for Steveston.
Burnaby line.���Cars leave for
Vancouver every hour from 7
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Fraser Valley line. ��� Cars
leave for ChilTiwack and way
points at 9 a.m., 1:05, 4; 05 and
0:10 p.m."
EXCURSION TO
CHILLIWACK
The B. C. E. R. Co. offers reduced rates of a fare and a
third for week end trips to all
points on Us Fraser Valler
line.
Tickets will be on sale: oni
Saturday and Sunday, good for
return until Monday.
MAKE   YOUR   PLANS  TO
TAKE   THIS   ENJOYABLE
TRIP.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
Five Days' Cruise
On the Inland Seas of British Columbia for
$44.00, including Meals and Berth.
f. J. Hart & Co^ Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
-
iSS. PRINCE RUPERT
'and PRINCE GEORGE
Balling fron Johnson's Wharf at        12   MIDNIGHT
FOR   PRINCE   RUPERT   AND STEWART Mondays and Thursdays
FOR VICTORIA AND 8EATTLE   Tuesdays and Saturdays
Connecting at Prince Rupert with steamer for Port Simpson, Kin*
eolith and the Queen Charlotte Islands; also with the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway trains east 100 miles.
One Way and Round-Trip Excursion Tickets to All Points East Via
the Grand Trunk System Double Track Route.
Information cheerfully given.   No trouble to answer questions.
Harry G. Smith, G. P. & T. A Phone Seymour 7100
L. V.Druce, Commercial Agent (Freight) ......Phone Seymour 30G0
GENERAL AGENCY TRANSATLANTIC STEAM8HIP LINE8.

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