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VOLUME 7, NUMB       ��
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Popular   CiKtuSH
|   PASTIMES	
Homf Run" Tyler
r ��siwc for the Movie
JUST PREVIOUS    Ta.
LAST  MONOrtVS   G��MC.
UfllTfO
SERVic��&
CURRENT EVENTS AS CAUGHT BY OUR STAFF CARTOONIST TOM TOMPKINS
WESTMINSTER AND
LACROSSE CRISIS
Vancouver  Mcrning Papers
Were Notified That There
Would Be No Game.
Jones'  AttempU  Fail   to   Patch    Up
Rupture���Commission   Meets  Tomorrow.
During the past two days the
sporting enthusiasts of the lower
mainland have had a great opportunity of witnessing the maneuvres of
the good ship "Lacrosse" which has
been churning the waters of fandom.
Never in the history of the game out
on tbe Coast has there been ao much
talk as tbat of the action of the local
officials ia forfeiting the game to Vancouver on Saturday.
Although rumors were rife In the
city all day Friday that there would
be no game, no definite decision was
arrived at by the executive until late
ttiat evening when they decided In the
face of a recent ruling of tbe commission that it would be an injustice to
tbe fans of both cities If they fielded
a team on Saturday.
Failed to  Publish.
The Westminster Datly News was
not the only paper notified that evening of their action. Both the News-
Advertiser and the Sun were Informed
that there would be no game and requested to publish such notice as they
considered flt In the next morning's
issue so aa to bo lu time to head off
many who were going to the game at
Recreation Park. The Vancouver
sportwriters accepted this news over
the phone, but failed to publish It
with the result that It fell to the lot
of the afternon papers to do so. When
lt became known ln thla-clty that the
morning papers ln the Terminal City
had failed to notify the public of the
cancellation of the game. It only substantiated the claims of the local club
that the press of Vancouver were not
acting fairly In the matter. Throughout tlie whole of this season's games
they have been doing their utmost to
dampen the lacrosse spirit ln the Royal City by publishing Ineorrect and
unfair reports of the doings of the two
teams and trving their utmost to give
the game a black eye.
Time to Halt
Anyway the game waa not played,
and while Westminster Usees 1500 a3
a forfeit, a big hole In the treasury of
the Vancouver club, some say $7000,
wil no doubt show the powers that be
ln the Terminal City that lacrosse to
toe played In the D. C. League must b3
of a hiaher standard than that pulled
ott hi the past few weeks. The Minto
��uj> hi tho objective point of the Salmon Bellies, but what they do stand
tor ls that all the championship games
must he above board. The local officials toy the rulings of the commission tn euBpendlng Tommy Glrford
and George Rennle, and ln refusing to
consider Alex Turnbull as an impartial referee were given the option of
���tin playing the games and getting it
ln the neck all the time or else calling
a halt. "We will not play Saturday's garr'e and until we clear this
matter up at a meeting of the association, you need not expect us to di
much In the lacrosse world."
Disappointed  Crowd.
It certalnlv looks as If the .only
ine ttaod ttt cutting the Vancouver club
Into line ls bv wav of the pocketbook.
Manager Jones tried hls utmost to
persuade Manager Gray to field a
team, even going ao far as to agree to
lay eff two of Us men and as a last
stage told tlie local manager that ao
tar as he (Jonee) cared Westminster
could plav the two susnended players.
"Nothing doing," was the reply, and lt
was rn to the Vinrouvers to not'fy
tho publlc In tlieir city of the result
Promptly nt 4 o'c'ock tho green shirts
lined up on the-f!eld tu .the presence
of a crottfd said to be~UOl0. and on thfl
pound of tbo whistle B'.lly West got
(7) the draw^ passed to Carter who
threw the rubber Into the net. Th��t
ended the game and tlm.. crowd wended Its way back to- their respective
homes, sadly    convinced    that Now
,       (Continued on Pace Five.)
JAPANESE INJURED      [SHARP E1GHTING       ;EAMOUS BRITISH        TO DREDGE GRAVEL     UTILE ROPE fOR
AT ERASER MILES
Missed Footing When Going Off Shift
Last Night���Caught in
Saw.
Attempting to jump from the swiftly moving carriage which feds the big
logs into the gang saw at the Fraser
Mill, a Japanese missed his footing,
slipped, and was caught In tbe cutoff saw. late last night. Inflicting injuries which may prove fatal.
The Japanese had finished his shift
at 10 o'clock, and was stepping from
tbe carriage just as he bad done hundreds of times before, when he slipped on the slime-covered side of a log
Before he could recover, a projection
on the carriage caught his clothing
and hurled him into the cut-off, which
ripped his bead open In a terrible laceration and mangled hls right arm
horribly.
The ambulance was Immediately* na-
quisitloned and the Injured man hurried fo the Royal Columbian Hospital,
where he now lies under treatment.
QUEENSBORO LINE
WILL OPEN SOON
Half   Hourly Service   Expected���Line
May  Be  Used in Conjunction
With   Millside.
Within the next two weeks the residents of Queensboro will be able to
enjoy the benefits accruing from electrical connection with the city. The
officials cf thc II. C. E. It. have given
assurance that the new extension will
he opened for traffic within that time.
Just what service It Is Intended to
run at the start has not yet been given out, but it Is presumed tbat it.will
be a half-hourly one.
It has been reported at tines that
tbe company Intend to use the Mill-
side and the Queensboro extensions
as one line', the cars leaving both ter
minals at the same time and meet
ing at the local depot This, however, has not been corroborated.
The opening of the new line has
been delayed somewhat on account of
the work gangs being usRd on the
double-tracking of the Eburne-Van-
couver line. The later ls now about
completed, and the final touches will
be made this week.
AROUND TRIPOLI
WRITER IS DEAD        FROM PITT LAKE
lislodgc
Italians Attempt to DisTodgc Turks
Driven   Back  With  Heavy
Loss.
Andrew Lang Pase'd Away Sunday in
Scotland���Distinguished    Literary
Career.
I
Misrata, Tripoli, July 21.���General
Fara attempted today to dislodge a
large body of Turks which has been
harassing the region from the oasis
near Misrata. The enemy, however,
made a tenacious stand in the desert
beyond, and a fierce engagement ensued.
The Turks were forced to retreat
after four hours sharp flghting. They
suffered heavy losses. The Italian
casualties were 19 killed and 87
wounded.
Banchory, Scotland, July 21.���Andrew l.aug, critic, poet and anthropologist, died here today.
English Interests Take Over   Hope���
Deal Concluded Saturday for
$20,000.
SICK EMPEROR
K further development ln  connection with the powerful English capital
with   which   Mr. E. J. Fader   is associated.   Is  announced   in   the   pur-
Andrew Lang was born at Selkirk, j chase which was concluded on Satur-
March 31, 1844.    His wiitlngs extend 1 day of the dredge Hope.   Negotiations
Mikado's Condition Is Most
Discouraging-Unable to
Sleep and Delirious.
RESPONSIBILITY Of
GOT OF SPEECH
IRISH FOREMAN
KILLS ITALIAN
Row in Camp Haa Terrible Results�����
Cause Unknown���Slayer la In
Jail.
Ashcroft, July Jl.���Yesterday at
noon what appears to be a crnel murder was committed In a C. N. R.
camp across the Thompson river directly opposite this place.
From what could be learned this
evening an Italian laborer, who was
dismissed yesterday for some cause,
came back to the camp for his time
chock when, for apparently no reason,
he was attacked, It is alleged, by an
Irish foreman named Mulligan, who
terribly slashed the face and neck or
the unfortunate laborer, who died
from loss of blcod lu about 25 or 30
minutes.
No Ctrlf* Jn Cabinet.
London, Jul' 21, -Premier Asquith
s-inking ot Thorntoil Hough, Cheshire on Saturday line the TT""ie
Rule question, added that tit no time
In Its hUtorv had the cabinet been so
united and its members loyal as the
present,
Need   cf   Thoroughness    in    Reading
Aright���Character In the
Spoken Word.
St. Luke, 4th chapter, 22nd. verse.
"And all bear him witness and wondered at the gracious words that proceeded out of his mouth. And they
said, 'la not this Joseph's son?' "
This text was taken by Canon d'Easum preaching last evening in Holy-
Trinity Cathedral on 'Influence
through speech."
The verse above was the first criticism made by St. Luke on Christ's
t.rst appearance before the public,
and ii Is worthy of note that St. Luke
made mention of the last words of
Christ while he was on tbe cross,
when Josus was a child his words filled the doctors In the Temple with
amazement, many of them perhaps
old men and they said "Never man
spake as this man."
Preeminently by the power of his
speech Christ was enabled to maite
an Impression on a man's. heart.
Christians today perhaps follow His
words more than Hia actions. Canon
d'Easum demonstrated three influences, What a man ls, What a man does
and the greatest of all, What a man
says. The force of a man's words depend on what he really Is. True character sooner or later reveals itself in
speech.
"How great", asked the preacher,
"ls the responsibility of the gift of
speech. Christ said 'By your speech
thou shalt be justified and by your
speech shalt thou be condemned.'
Our lives are partly positive and part-
lv negative. A few of the latter are
talking too much about ourselves,
talking about our neighbors and lis>
toning to unthinking chatter.
"Those on the positive side are--
We muBt try and cultivate the flowers and fruit that will do us real good,
r.et us read good literature, not ne ���
c<>9��arlly the "goody-goody* kind or
religious books.
"Be thorough ln your reading, pray
s good deal" said' the preacher,
"learn some prayers by heart as there
aro times when wo are called to the
s'ck bed and a prayer Is asked for.
Read the Hoty Scriptures. lf we
study and practice a little more, the
pardon of speech will blossom out
like a new flower."
over the period from 1872, and Include
ballads and lyrics, fairy tales, angling
sketches, history, critical essays and
translations. He was a frequent contributor to periodical literature, and
was associated for a long time with
the London Dally News.
The late Mr. Lang was educated at
Edinburgh Academy, St. Andrew's
University and Balliol Colege, Oxford.
Is 1888 be was Gifford lecturer at SL
Andrew's University on natural religion. He was also a fellow of the
Royal British Academy.
He was one of the greatest figures
In present day literary and journalistic circles, and in his leisure hours
was particularly devoted to crlckeL
golf and fibbing.
INTER-CITY   SERVICE.
for this deal had been going on for
some time and the purchase price is
stated to be $20,000.
Her new owners Intend to operate
the dredge on Pitt lake for the purpose of dredging gravel for commercial purposes.
Outside of the government dredgej
the Hope is the largest and most useful dredge on the river, having a capacity of 1500 cubic yards of gravel
per day. She is but little over a year
old.-
'Thn Hope was brought down tbe
river on Saturday morning by the
tug Nellie G. Thurston, and la now
lying at Fader's wharf, where the few
alterations necessary will be carried
out before going to Pitt lake.
Board of Trade to Work for' Better
Conditions.
The Board of Trade has taken up
the matter of the freight service between Westminster with a view of
bettering tbe existing conditions for
the transportation of goods. At the
present time the S. S. Burin and tbe
S. S. Alas'an are on tbe run, but the
service Is considered unsatisfactory
on account of the fret that the Alas-
lean, which is fitted with a ten-ton
derrick, is not running on regular
schedule. Further the S. S. Burin,
while giving good service, is too small
to take care of the traffic between the
capital and the Royal City. At the
next meeting ot the Board the question will be thoroughly gone Into.
WHITE ROCK MOVES
FOR BETIFR TERMS
Foreign Residents Unite WUh Japanese  in   Sympathy���Crown   Prince
Convalescent.
New   Ratepayers'   Association  to Approach  Richmond Council���Incorporation Is Alternative.
INSPECTS SOUTH
ARM AND HARBOR
Hon. Frank Cochrane Returns to City
to Complete Information on the
Fraaer.
Not being content to go back to Ottawa after having seen the North
Arm of the Fraser only, the minister
of railways. Hon. Frank Cochrane, together with a party of dignitaries
from Westminster and Vancouver
which included Mr.,J. D. Taylor, M.P.,
was taken down stream from this city
to Steveston on Saturday afternoon,
and the whole 'situation regarding
harbor improvements and proposed
railway treminals was thoroughly explained to him.
Through the kindness of Mr. A. D.
McRae, general manager of the West
ern Canadian Lumber Company (Fraser Mills), the stbrnwheeler Senator
Jansen, was placed at the party's disposal, and a start was made from the
C. P. R. wharf at 2.30 o'clock
CALIFORNIA   FEUD.
lower reaches of tho river wore explored, the varying depths of water
noted and the inspection trip ended
in an inspection of the work being
| done on the big jetty at the mouth of
  the river.
Further Developments In Landis Mur-|    Mr. Cohfane waa greatly Impressed
y..,  d8~ fr?nVA���TbU!ih-    ,  , 'vith the possibilities that await  this
Redding. Cal.. July 21���Joseph Lan- city through lta harbor, and express-
dls, after the Inquest over the body of ed   )n   tue     warmest     terms     his
his father, William C. Landis. sworq Censure at being able to witness for
���,��,<nl*hl ft a  cJtnp,.Rl^  charging ,l!in80,f Ju8t what iB go|ug on at the
William E. Cleitteit and Dan Tb^mo- Pacific port
son with the murder of the Buckeye WhlIo this trip ia only In the na-
A largo number of the residents
aud property owners ln White Roc'.:
aud vicinity met last evening and or
ganized a local ratepayers' associa
tion, with the following officers: Hon.
Presidents. J. D. Taylor, M. P., and
F. J. MacKensie, M. P. P.; President.
W. P. Goard: Vice-PresidenL H. T.
Thrift, Secretary, E. H. Sands;
Treasurer. P. Brown; members of
executive, G. Wade, R. K. Chap-
raau and I,. Wilkinson.
Some 30 property owners were
present at the ineeting, including thc
following: Capt. R. Fenton, H. Mo
Gibbon, H. Marshall. J. Barr, R. T
Robinson, J. McCIugan, P.'Greyell, J.
S. Mathers. D. Shiles, all well-known
New Westminster business men and
owners of houses at White Rock; C.
A. Slaney, G. Wade, E. Winch, W. H.
Ireland. F. W. Leeson, C. G. Cody, C.
E. Reid, W. Reid and others from
Vancouver, also several old residents
in the White Rock district.
The chief objects for which the association organized apeared from the
remarks of the various speakers, to
be for the purpose of securing from
the municipal council a reasonable expenditure of the public monies upon
much needed road improvements and
other necessary public works.
Failing In this the executive committee was instructed to secure all
necessary data, etc.. to enable it to
make application to form a separate
townsite or municipality to obtain a
charter for same from the government.
Various committees were appointed to take up definite portions of the
work such an application renders necessary and also for the purpose of
The' pressing tho claims bofore the railway commission of the White Rcclt
people In regard co tho treatment
they are recetvlng'at the hands of the
G. N. railway ln the matter of street
ends, freight service, etc.
���
���
mo^banf. i ture "of" an'lnspecl^n"" trip," and" th*e>
Clement   vas  the  complainant on  rMn'<*t��r will make no report on same
Tokio, July 21.���This day of cos-
pense closed with a bulled Trom ihe
Imperial beside that virtjaly excluded hope for the recovery of MuUu-
hlto. Emperor of Japan.
At 9:30 p. m. the four physicians fat.
consultation at tbe palace, announced,
that his majesty's symptoms were ��ti��-
couraging. "The emperor had baen no-
able to sleep and was delirious.   His
heart action was weak, his pulse ts:
and respiration 34.
l'he emperor's subjects and foreigners who have lived under his rule '
are united tonight in their anxiety.
All day members of the cabinet and
high government officials assembled,
in the outer rooms of the palace-
awaiting word from the sick chamber^
while a continual stream cf callers-
registered their names with messages
of sympathy. -
Greatest Depression.
Regulations prohibiting' unnecessary noises and all forms ot enjoyment were unnecesary, for althostgb-
tbe Japanese are an undemonstrative
people, enduring personal and private
troubles with stoicism, in tbe present
situation the greatest depression pad?
anxiety are everywhere apparent  *
Information from the sick room oT
the orowc prince, Yoshihito, who fas
no-*���-'v���''i from chicken po*,' tm-
tbat '.'**. belt' apparent ls so nearly re-
coTprrd that he may be pennfled to.
visit the emperor's bedside.
WILL   CALL   FOR   TENDER*.
Edmonds    Presbyterians    Have    Par-
chased Site for New Church
Edmonds, July 21.���Tenders fbr tke
new Presbyterian church at Edmonds;,
will be called for immediately, ther
plans having been approved by the-
board of managers at a meeting held
last w?ek. The members of. the church
have purchased a site on the corner
of Humphrey avenue an* Fortnne
street, and will erect a building 3E>x33L .
which will cost about $5009.
Tho new edifice will be called "Gordon's Presbyterian Church" in honor
of the minister who is filling the. b**~-~
torshlp at the present time. Since
the meetings were flrst held In Morn-
ton Hall In October last, the congregation has Increased wonderfully, and
little trouble is expected In securing:
the necesary capital to complete tbe
church. The board of managers already has $1000 on hand with whicb
to make a start
IS INVESnGATRwT     ,
DREDGING tfWTTHK
��� ������������������������������������������������
MINISTER OF MILITIA
ON WAY TO COACT
Mr. William Young Haa Arrived
b
Ottawa���Headquarters In
Vancouver.   ,
Tbe Investigation into dVedjlngi
,d:liens in this province has been
menced by the officer sent out
Ottawa for that purpose, pursuant 'to
'.ft, request by tho lion. J. p7 Taylor,
M. P., backed by a number of Westminster publ'c bodies.
The investigator  is    Mr.    William
Young, a mechanical engineer vim ht
Ottawa. July  21.���Col.  Sam
Hughes l��-ft here toolgpt oh a $lno way la'connected with the parftes
visit to tho cosat $ | concerned In tiio depute,   Hls   e��9-
The Cannd'an  Gazette ecu- ��� ! fission will dvera far larger B*M
lm-roving the ��� than the Bayfield-matter, and It   *���
Hon rf the naval ��� anticipated that several    adthlalatm-
irem's h-,,thnr Tnh,,  whA .t'iir.> ��.. assistance from the government, she 0   posts of Halifax, Quebec and ��� tive reforms may result from fettwWt.
��n la-tPd In tla\L ���    Lnm   III wl" ha,ve fn advocate   ,n Mr. Coch-  ���   E^ulmalt. *l    He has alreadv made vl.tW to Weafc
Sr.ed from custody ' IT*'   "? le" for the EaBt on Satur ��� ��� mln8t��r and Victoria but "hhs hte c��t~
discharged from ciwtody. uay evening. ������������*�������������������������������� cial headquarters. In vtaumtmu*.
June 12   when the elder Landis was the opinion la very general that when *   tains order* for
ao.vMU.d for tV murder of Mrs W C.. the tire comes thiit this city needt ���   present cordtioi
B-adword,  mother of Clement,    Cle-  assistance from the  aovemment  ��h.> A   rn��t�� ,*t Mni;r�� fAOBTWO
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912.   ~
Classified Advertising
RATES.
One cent per word for day.
FOur cents per word per
week.
No advertisement accepted
tor less" than 25c.
Birth, death and marriage
notices 60c per insertion.
TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS AT
224  Seventh  street.
TO RENT ��� GOOD FURNISHED
rooms with board, suitable for city
gentlemen; also table boarder?
wanted. Apply R. F. Turney, 703
Third avenue, corner Seventh Btree;
and Third avenue.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS BY
day or week. 654 Columbia street,
over Royal Bank of Canada.
WANTED���MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED ��� SEVERAL LIVE MEN
for the best insurance proposition
ev��r offered in British Columbia.
Big money for experienced or inexperienced men. Any good man can
make good. Apply Box 86, Daily
News.   Correspondence confidential
WANTED���A YOUNG LADY STENO-
grapher. Apply to A. O. Powell or
11. fi. Spencer, at Hotel Russell or
City Clerk's office.
WANTED���WORK BY LAD OF 15.
Ranch or city. Address Box 85
News office.
TO RENT���MODERN SIX ROOMED
house, full sized basement; 301
Princess street. Apply to Warner
Bangs & Co., Phone 1024.
TO RENT���SIX ROOMED HOUSE,
1033 Nanaimo street. Apply at
Royal cafe.
TO RENT ��� NICE FURNISHED
rooms. 701 Fourth avenue; one
block from Sixth avenue car.
WANTED���MARRIED COUPLE RE-
quire two comfortable fuinished
rooms; old country family pre-
'ferred. Apply room 2, B. C. 17*. H.
depot   Phone 401.
WANTED���AN     IRONER.
City steam laundry.
ROYAL
WANTED���ROOMERS AND BOARD-
ers.   36 Hastings street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY IMME
diately. Apply Diamond and Corbould, room 1. Lavery block.
TO RENT���FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms, hot and cold water.
Apply room 0, Knights of Pythias
hall, coiner Eighth street and Agnes
street.
TO RENT���LARGE AIRY FRONT
bedrcom, furnished. Terms reasonable.    720 Agnes street.
TO RKNT���FURNISHED BOARDING
house.    Address Box 7(15 City.
HYING HIGH AND LOW.
FOR RENT���OFFICES ON SIXTH
stieet, opposite Dominion Trust
blocl;.   Apply 11. P. Vidal  & Co.
W\NTED -
Bohemian
depot.
A WAITRESS.   APPLY
cafe,   opposite C. P. R-
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
���Por Cement Blocks, Brick Chimneys, Laundry Tubs, Basements and
Sanithry Plastic Flooring, see J. W.
McCallum, Westminster Trust Blk.,
New Westminster.
FOR SALE
-FOR SALE���A SNAP���LOT 12, RE-
subdivision B, block 9, subdivision
171. Owner being pressed for money.
What offers ? See Mr. Farmer, care
White, Shiles & Co., or write G.
Tanner, Kerrisdale, B. C.
FOR RENT���LARGE FRONT ROOM
suitable for two gentlemen or light
housekeeping. Apply 213 Seventh
street.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. O. H. Rathburn ls not employed
by the Underwriters Dominion Matcb
Co., Ltd., or tlie Dominion Match Co.
Ltd. The public will kindly take due
notice of the above.
(Signed)
Underwriters Dominion Match Co. Ltd
Dominion  Matcb  Co.. Ltd.
FOR SALE���GOOD PAYING RES-
laurant in heart of city; a snap for
cash; good lease. Applj,- Box 84,
Westminster Daily News.
iFOR SALE���BUNTZEN HEIGHTS���
The north half of olock 8, D. L. 172;
11 lots, each 50 feet front to 16
foot lane; about 100 yards from cutoff; delightful view. Price $10,500;
one-quarter cash, balance easy. D.
D. Dourke, 1316 Cariboo street.
Phone 919.
2FOR SALE���SMALL HOUSE. SHEDS,
coop and chickens, 21 fruit trees
full bearing; lot 5, 60x132 feet, gar-
-den and vegetables; Ninth avenue,
Uurnaby, between Second and
Fourth streets. Price $1350; very
easy terms.    Apply on premises.
��X)R SALE���CHEAP FOR IMMEDI-
ate sale, six roomed house, block
from city car.   A. L. N., News office.
��X>R   SALE-
moet new.
-A   BELL   PIANO,   AL-
408 Fifth street.
*OR SALE���CHEAP, IN GOOD OR-
der, a four burner gas plate, with
��� oven complete. Apply 210 Agnes
etreet, city.
FOR SALE���STEEL MALLEABLE
ranges on easy terras;  $1.00 down,
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT  CO.
3IG INDUSTRIAL SNAP��� AN ACRE
of land on Twelfth street, close to
business and industrial section;
Twelve-roomed house which cost
$6000; adequate outbuildings. Price
$25,000, one-third cash, terms to arrange. This is a property bound to
increase in value.   No. 28.
CHOICE BUILDING SITE ON SIXTH
street, each 60x119.75; a snap at
$2600; one-third cash, 6, 12 and 18
months.
THREE LOTS ON WISE ROAD���
each 34x145 to lane; $600 each.
Terms for balance.   No. 41.
CLOVER  VALLEY  BARGAIN���9
acres of choice land for $3200; only
one mile from station; flowing well
on property, 5-roomed house, barns,
chicken houses, fruit trees, strawberry plants, crop of potatoes, etc.
$700 cash will handle property.
Balance spread over two years.
No. 15.
FINE    SIXTH    STREET    LOT,   60X
119.75 for $2600; third cash; 6, 12
and" 18 months. This is a moneymaker.
CORNER PROPERTY���132X132 ON
Eleventh street for $4500, third
cash; 6, 12 and 18 months.
5 ACRES BETWEEN BYRNE ROAD
snd B. C. E. R. track; nearly all
cleared; $5000 takes the property;
third cash; terms 6, 12 and 18
months.
Altitude and Safety In ths Manipulation of an Aeroplane.
Tbere is a distinct advantage in flying nt a reasonably high elevation. In
case of accidental steppage of the motor or otber incident necessitating de--
seent wttbout power the production of
sustaining force ceases. Tbe Inertia of
the machine, notwithstanding this,
keeps up its velocity for a time, so that,
descent will begin gradually. It may
eveu be checked or altogether offset
for a time by Increasing the Inclination of the planes, but tbls Introduces
s supernormal direct resistance and accelerates the exhaustion of that very
inertia of velocity which is necessary
to suspension.
Yet by properly manipulating the
planes It ls quite possible to retain a
margin of velocity ijrhich shall be
available nt the Inst Instant to decrease
the rate of dowuward movement suddenly while at tbe same time bringing
the machine as a whole to rest within
a very short distance of tbe point
where it strikes Ibe ground. The whole
manipulation wbleb produces this re
suit Is merely that of adjusting tbe Inclination of the planes so tbat tbey
make a very slight angle only with tbe
trujectory until the latter hns brought
the m;n hi ne close to the ground, and
then, abruptly Inei easing the inclination until descent Is entirely checked.
Many accidents bave occurred during descent, and the character of the
ground on which landing is to be effected ls n matter of moment Tbe
higher tbe altitude of Sight the more
choice Is tbere as to the point of landing and the more control (If the altitude be not too great) will the operator possess over bis mncblne wilh regard to such blading position. Tbe safest altitude, should the motor fall. Is
not necessarily,'therefore, a low altitude. A fall of thirty feet ls Just as
serious as one of a thousand feet���
Engineering Magazine.
ENGLAND'S   BIG   BOAT  RACE.
Origin of the Annual Match Between
Oxford and Cambridge.
In the year 1829 two university
eights met ln a rowing match from
Hambledon lork to Henley bridge.
One crew wore dark striped Jerseys
and block hats, and tbe other appeared in white shirts, wearing s pink
necktie. The race wns rowed ln slow,
benvy boats, built witb high sides, aud
square ours propelled the crews along.
No enthusiastic crowds lined the
banks of the river oil along the course,
and uo evening papers, glvtug the result of tbe race, sold In hundreds ot
thousands all oyer tbe country when
tbe race was over. Yet this was the
beginning of the most popular racing
event In the rowing world-tbe Oxford
ond Cambridge boat race.
Tlit boats used by the debts in those
days were clumsy ond uncomfortable.
Sliding seats were unknown, and tbe
craft were weighed down with heavy
metal keels Outriggers���the extended
parts of o boot's gunwale, that give a
grenier lereruse��� were also unheard
of, for It was not until 1S40 tbnt they
were Introduced by the university
crews. In IS." keelless boats were
adopted, and sliding seats were used
ln them In 1878
Oxford did not ndopt tbe dnrk blue
that i.s so well known today uiiill ISHti.
when Cambridge appeared tn Eton colors.���Pearson's Weekly.
B.C.E.R. ARRANGES
MAMMOTH PICNIC
SWASTIKA  CHARMS.
SPOKE HER MIND FREELY.
41-00 per w��ek.
Market Square.
Canada Range Co.,        tet* Us About Highland Home.
YOU ARE INVITED
10 INSPECT OUR
NEW BAKERY
CLEANLINESS  OUR  MOTTO.
We havo installed a system for
wrapping bread in white waxed paper
as soon as It leaves tho oven g.i.-ir.in-
teeing it absolutely clean.
826 Fourth St
TELEPHONE  735.
COME TO THE
Kelvin Cafe
-where both PLATE   and
PRICE will PLEASE.
-WHITE LABOR ONLV.
HOME COOKING.
AB.��VB T. J. TRAPP * CO.
7Dqrx.er Lome and Columbia Streets.
INVESTORS'  INVESTMENT CO.
Real  Estate and  Insurance.
Notary  Public.
Curtis  Block, New  Westminster,  B.C.
Telephone 295. P. O. Box 777.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Kathi Gave the German Crown Princt
a Fine Tongue Lashing.
Munich has just lost a famous cafe
much frequented by artists. Since the
city is full nf sucb establishments the
disappearance of one of tbem wouid
not call for notice, but in this case il
follows tbe loss of a character knowo
through all Ucrinauy. Kathi Kobus.
tbe hite proprietor.
Kathi Kobus came down from tbe
Bavarian mountains to make ber for
lune In Munich, and she succeeded
Step by step she rose in the social
scale until she found herself owner ot
a miniature cafe. 10 wliich ner pecan
trlcltles and amusing cun verso tion attracted many patrons.
One duy the erowu prince went there
wiih sojne friends, strictly incugulto
Kathi, who knew everything, knew
ihat he was coming and also that he
wished very particularly not to be
recognized When the prince arrived
he begun conversation with Kathi to
draw out those idiosyncrasies of wbicb
be hnd heard so much.
lie succeeded only too well. Kathi
turned the conversation to Prussia and
the Pr'uSMnn*. Bhe informed him the
country was beneath contempt and
the people worse. She ransacked bet
vocabulary for terms of Insult nnd
"slanged" ihem up hill and down dole.
The prince listened, overcome; hut. be
Ing most anxious tu preserve his In
rognlto and. moreover, too omn/.ed at
such unfamiliar language to think of
repartee, he could do little but sit und
tube what Kathi dealt blm.
He did not linger long over the ee
centrlcltles of the proprietor, although
be found tbem all tbey hud been ad
vertlsed. As for Kathi. It was always
s source ot immense satisfaction io her
that sbe had spoken her Bavarian
inlnd to the highest In the land -
Wu&blngton Star.
leared lot haif block from carline
iO;T20, ?730, cno-quarter cash, bai
tnc�� G, 12, IS and 24 months.
Reply Coupons.
The man wbo boast* thnt he nevei
writes  letters  bas  been  prodded  into
epistolary activity.
"It  whs u  curious  Utile square red
stn tup inclosed in a_ let ter  I   received
from Kngland that drove rae to It," be
said.    "The stump was marked (hree
pence.   It was totally unlike nny stump
01   souvenir   I   hud   ever  seen,  nud   I
didn't know  whnt  use lo make of It.
The post UUI U wus also nonplused, nnd
only   nt   Ihe   m.iin   postolllce   wns  the
riddle solved     II was 11 reply poll pon
I Kngiish  stn nips   would   have  lieen   llo
1 use lor moiling n letter In New  York
hut the coupon conld be exchanged foi
('nlted smtes slumps,   with 11 remind
er   like  that   thrust   undei   one's   very
nose tlie UltWt cuusi lent lolls letter writ
hi    Is   liiuiml    to   reply."-New    lorli
I illM'S.
They Must Be Pointed the Right Way
to Bring Good Luck.
One of the lucky chnrms most gen
ernlly worn recently was the swus
tlkn. Superstitious wearers would do
well to examine their reproductions ot
It and make sure tbat they are correct ln form and material, for Sir
George Blrdwood. an authority on In
dian matters, has been giving some In
teresting nnd alarming farts concerning this ancient und mystic symbol.
The right banded swostlka-thnt Is,
the one whose transom or arm points
tn the right-Is the symbol ot the sun
nnd ut light, ot health nnd happiness
nnd otlier good qualities, and It ulone
Is hicky. It should be fashioned only
of gold nnd colored (If enameled on
anj- other metuli ouly red. tbe color ot
the east, or yellow, the color ot the
south.
The left banded swnstlka Is the sym
hot of the moon and of moonlight, ot
nil darkness and supernatural terrors,
of nil mortal diseases and disgraces
und otlier forms of HI omen.
It should be formed only of sliver
or colored hlue. green, white or black
If It Is exfiected to perforin Its work
In 11 thoroughly businesslike unlucky
way.���London Cor New York Sun.
Five   Thousand   Expected   to   Attend
Two-Day   Function  In   Hastings
Park.
Vancouver, July 21.���Arrangements
are now almost completed for the
mammoth two-days picnic of the entire mainland staff of the B. C. Electric Railway Company. This huge
outing which is being planned on a
scale never before attempted in con-
- ection with any industrial outing, ift
to be held at Hastings Park next
Wednesday and Thursday, July 24 and
25. It is already assured that counting the various employees cf all divisions and their families there will be
over 5000 people attending on the
two days. The Ii. C. Klectric is making transportation arrangements to
take their employes out to Hastings
park which has been donated for tne
occasion by the Exhibition Association management. Neat badges have
been Issued giving the wearer trans
portatlon facilities and admission to
the grounds. A band has been engaged by the company and a lengthy
programme of sports will be pulled
off during the afternoon.
Because they act so gently (no
purging or griping)yet so
thoroughly
NA-DRU-CO'
LAXATIVES
'are best for the children as well as
the grown-ups.    25c.  a box at
your druggist's.
Nilionil Drwt nd Chemical Co. et Canada, Italia*
Ift?
Hia Incurable Diseae*.
The late John Hay had been ailing
one time, and a friend mnde Dold to
usk what the trouble wus. "1 atu suf
ferlng from un Incurable disease." Mr
Hay replied with due gravity Hell
incy prevented the friend from inuk
ing further Inquiry, but he told the
story to acquaintances, ond the report
soon sprend through Washington thai
a deadly disease held the secretary ot
state within Its grasp. At Inst 1111 In
tintnte acquaintance determined to as
certain the nature of the secretary*
ailment, and, meeting tbe inner one
duy. he sold: "I have been told thai
ynu are suffering from on Incurable
disease. Is It truer "It is," snld Mr
Hay In n snd tone. "Wbat Is the 111
curable disease?" asked tbe Insistent
acquaintance. "Old age." sunt Mr
Hay, with a chuckle.
New 5-roomed house fcr rent, modern.
$20 a month, in advance.
Store to rent, suitable for restaurant
or butcher shop; $25 a month, in advance.
Suite of three rooms to rent, modern;
$18 a month, ln advance.
T. D. COLDICUTT
Coldicutt Block, Fourth Avenue
and Sixth Street.
Phone 719. East Burnaby, B.C.
Davies' Cafe
Fading Label lo Stop Refilling.
Meditating over the nnn rellllnble
bottle problem, Archibald A Mellon
nId ol New UlllsgoW, Novh Scolln, has
hit ii|n>i> n stllmlltllte Hint he believes
will accomplish tbe same purpose. If
Is n label whiih fades on exposure to
the light.   The printing thereon van
Ishes entirely uftei it short time, when,
of course, the imttle cun be refilled
with anything, imt Hits cannot be
palmed olT ns the original liquor. Mr.
McDonald has Just received a patent
foi bis luhei.-New Vork World.
Serve the hest cofTec snd new luid
jggs for b'eakfast. Lunches rut up.
Corner Columbia  and  Eighth StreeL  1��*L
Unci* Sam's Coast Guards.
During Iho past tlsciil .vear tbe life
saving sei vice of tbls government cost
for maintenance #2.277,AU0.1I and sav
ed properly mined at 110,080,975. In
othei wolds. I'ncle Sam's coast guards
Hived nioie Hum four times the cost
ul tbelt upkeep In vessels nnd cargoes.
But more slgnlfl -unt is the fsct that
dining the (well* months they rescued
H.M4H persons from shipwrecked vessels, and ouly thirty s��v��u Uvea were
The Word "Strike."
The earliest use Of the word "Rtrlke'
In tbe sense of stopping work occur*
In tbe London Chronicle for Septem
lier, 17(i.">. In counection with a com
strike. Tbis publication re|>orts u
great suspension of labor In tbe i orth
unilierlniid coal fields, nml tbe colliers
nre stilted to hnve "struck out" for a
higher bounty before entering Into
their usnnl yearly "bond." The time
honored Illustration of profitless Intuit-
"carrying eon Is to Newcastle," appears
to hnve received Its first slnp In the
fnce during this strike. The Chronicle-
reports that "several pn!;es of coat
were brought from Durhnm to New
i-nstle by one of the common currier-'
and sold on-the sand bill for nlnepetu-e
i poke, hy ^ hieh lie cleared sixpence
���i |miLi'."~ l.otuiuii riai'iMilctc.
tovei.
We iir�� nft diM'elrw) In lore, nnd
.iftener woim.lcil. nnd oftenest iinliap
:>.v: but nft"t nil, we love, nnd "tun
we sliiiiil nil Ihe threshold of the romli
���mil turn nbout tu loOK hack upon the
giound we have traversed It win tie
well If wp enn soy, "1 have guttered
oflen. I hnve l��H>n deceived many
times, but I hnve loved It Is I who
hnve lived, therefore, nnd not n dream
being created out of my pride and uiy
weariness "-��;ei>rge Snud.
TENDERS.
Light-
For    High     School     Electric
ing,   Etc.
Sealed tenders superscribed "TENDERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL ELECTRIC LIGHTING, ETC.," and addressed to L. Avory White, Esq., Secretary,
N'ew Westminster Scliool Board, will
be received up to 5 p. m. of Wednesday, 24th July, 1H12. for the supply
ind installation of Electric Lighting
Motor service aud intercommunicating telephone service to the proposed
lew High School now in course of
erection.
Plans and specifications can be ob
air.ed on application to the undersigned on receipt cf a deposit of $10,
.vbicli will be refunded on return of
plans. Eacli tender must be accom
panted by an accepted bank chequi
or cert'flcate of deposit on a charter
��d Bank of Canadi, made payable to
'he secretary of the New Westmin-
iter School Board for a sum equal to
live 15) per cent, of his tender, which
���tliull be forfeited if the party tender-
'ng decline to enter into contract,
when called upon to do so.
The successful bidder will require
>o furnish a bond of a guarantee company, satisfactory to the trustees and
iqual to 25 per cent of the contract
amount for the due fulfilment of the
contract.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
larily accepted.
GARDINER & MERCER.
Architects to the School Trustees.
New Westminster, B. C.
The destruction of the house fly
is a public duty. Almost every
American State Board of Health is
carrying on a crusade against him.
His filthy origin and habits, and
the fact that his body is generally
laden with disease-producing germs
makes him one of the greatest enemies of the human race.
If the housekeepers of Canada will
use
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
persistently, this peril will be tremendously reduced.
THE WHITE
GROCERY STORE
CLEAN FRESH
STOCK
We aim to carry a
full line. We also
will deliver them
for you. Call in or
Telephone 1100.
C. E. HUNTER
Andrew Clausen
Expert repairing of American, English
and Swiss
WATCHES
All   Wcrk  Guaranteed.
J41 Front Street      N"  ��� City Market
Little Drops of Water.
"Did they uiuUe you recite 'Little
Drops of Water' wben you were a
child V"
"Yes," replied Colonel Stlllwell. "And
It didn't stop there. Wben I grew up
Ihey tried tu Insist on my adopting
them as a beverage." ��� Washington
Star.
Admit tha Wrong.
A man should never be ashamed to
own be hns boen In tht wrong.   It Is
hut saying In otber word* tbat bo la
wiser today than yesterday.
Cxparlemed.
Manager-Could you do the landlord
In   "Tb*  Lady  of  I.yonsr    Actor-
Well, I ahould think ao.    I've done ���
good aany.-iandou Tatler.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
The Municipal Council of the Cit)
of New Westminster having by resolution determined and specified that It
is desirable to carry out the following works, that is to say:
To grade, pave, lay cement side
walks, storm sewers, gutters, drains.
water mains, and Installation of the
electric light system us on the ad
joining portion of the street; am
works contingent thereto on Colum
bia Street from Mc.Neely Street tc
Tenth  Sireet;
And thnt said works be carried on
n accordance wtth fhe provisions o'
ho "local Improvement General Bv
law. int,"
And the City Knglneer nnd City Af
ie��sor .taring reported to the Council
���i eeecrdsnee with the provisions of
he eald by-law upon the aaid worki
firing statements showing thi
mounts estimated   to be ehargeablt
Ignfnut the rarlom portions of rea'
iroperty to be benefited by the saie
'.voiles nnd other particulars and tin
laid reporte rf the citv Bngtneer and
Olty Aeseaeot havlug boen adopted h*
fhe Con noil.
Notice is hereby given that the sail,
! 'oports ure open for Inspection at thi
ofrice or the city Assessor, city Hall
Columbia street, Nev/ Westmlnater
B. ('., and that unless a pet'tlot
Igatnst the proposed works above
nentloned algned hy a majority o<
'he owners of the land or real pro
iprty to be assessed ns charged In
refcpeot or euOh works representing al
'east one half in value thereof Is pre
sented to the Council within fifteen
daya from the date of the first publication of this notice the Council will
proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost of
such improvements as the Council
may by by-law in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
said assessments,
Dated this Fifth day of July, A.D.
1912.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date ot first publication July fl, 1912.
IT PAYS TO ADVtATISE
IN THB
'i     DAILY NKW��
RESTAURANT
FOR SALE
Right in the heart of
the city. Good paying
proposition.  Long lease
A SNAP FOR CASH
BOX 84
Westminster Daily News
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Province of British Columbia,
County of Westminster.    To wit:
Under and by virtue of a writ of Fl
I*'a to me directed and delivered
against the good* ai.d chattels of John
Gibson Ken worthy and Sidney Ken-
worthy at the su't of Harold Ken-
worthy and the Hut/.ic Prairie Co.,
Ltd., I have s��'l;.cd and will sell at my
office, Court House, New Westminster, on Tuesday, the 23rd day ot
Inly, 1!)12, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, the following, or sufficient thereof to satlsry tin; Judgment debt and
costs herein:
One thousand two hundred and
fifty one Hha.e^s In tho Hatzic Pralriei
Co., Ltd.
Terma e;f s:ile:  Cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Sheriff.
New  Westminster, July  16th, 1912.
"British Columbia University Aet.'
NOTICR Is horeby given that Wednesday, the 10th July, 1912, Ib the last
day for Registration of Members of
the flrst Convocation of the Brltlsfc
Columbia University. (Sec. JL. Cahp.
234, IL S. 1911).
ALEXANDER ROBINSON,
Superintendent of BdudktlOO,
Victoria, D. C, July 8, 1918.
Second Hand Store
McDONALD A SMITH,
Buy and sell new and   r,eond   ha��4
goode of all kinds.   T"-,u t*apeo**llr.
M Mclnses Street. Mwoe tim. I***,iwmjiiiu
UN,  II    ,,����� ,JU,a
rnmmm.nMssm. mmm*
mondav, July zz, 1912.
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
PAGE THRE��
ENGLAND HEADS
M.'!Xt SHOWING
Private    Fulton,   Queen's    Westminsters, Wins King's Prize���Canada
and South Africa Close.
Bisley Camp, July 20.���Private A.
6. Fulton of the Queen's Westminsters, London, yesterday won the
King's prize of 1912, with the fine
grand aggregate of 335 out of a possible 351, thus repeating the triumph of
his father as a private of the same
corps in 1888.
Chaplain Fenn of the Fifth Essex,
was second, with 334; Sergt. Garden
of Sussex, third, with 331; Lieut.
Blackburn of Winnipeg, tied at 329
with Sergt. Keeley of South Africa,
Sergt. Harvey of South Africa, and
Corp. Bissett of Guernsey, for third,
fourth, fifth and sixth places; Sergt.
McCallum, Stirling, Scotland, was
Beventh, with 327. Capt. Forrest of
Vancouver, and Lieut. Forster of Ot
tawa. made 318. and Sergt. Battershill
of Winnipeg 308.
The usual chairing took place tr
the rain. Blackburn and Fenn were
together. Blackburn was within on��
of a possible at the last range. A
brother of Fulton lives at Rapid City.
Manitoba.
Lord Roberts yesterday inspected
the Caadian team, speaking to every
man ard being photographed with
them. There is the usual final day
bustle of breaking up camp and leave
taking.
The second stage of the St.
Georpe's Challenge Vase, fifteen shots
at 900 yards, was shot off at 9 o'clock
before the final.stage of the King's
Prize onened. Of tbe three Canadians lef�� 'n the match. Sergt. Armstrong of Halifax made 66. Capt. For
rest cf Vancouver 70, and Capt. Sclat
er rf Vancouver 46.
The St. George's Vase "-as woi bv
Corp. Mann of Honorable Artillery
Company with an aggregate tor the
two sta��ei of 118. Cnnt. Forrest tied
for second nlnce at 117 with Ounne
PattTson of tbe Lowland Roval Flrfi*
Artillerv, nnd Sergt. Hyslop of the
Roval Scots, but In shooting orf Forrest made two bulls and ono central
winning the silver cross and fifteen
pounds. Armstrong, fourteenth ��nd
Sclater. forty-second, each won five
ponrd3.
The crand Aggregate, awarded tr.
the roT"r>etltor whose scores In t>'
Kind's Prize. flrBt stase: RE Qenr^e"'
Vat**** r-st sttge: Alexandii: "Dal*-
OnrnW" nnd "Dally Tele>*rap>-'
make in the h'e;he<et neicregatP. wnr
won h*. ��5<��rgt. R. Sim Harvey ot thei
TranQ"nnl
Of D��e Cflnndinn'i who rpciimI    Ok!
bron7e cross  awareled  the   first *��w�� .
dred   r"-t. Forr'-it was fonrrti. Ser*��
>riT"-'-/"-"     dl'th.    nnd     Color-**<"�����*
StOdilart tn-en^-aeerna. earh winning
five nfi-nd-v   Pte.    Maenher"��>n fortr
sWtV  8��-W<""rt. T��sv1ps    firty-f'nth
Lieut.     Forster    "tlxtv-TilnPi.     Sorr*
g^it*, -...-.itvnMh, Rerirt Batterwhir;
ftleMv-ei-ira    Tart.    Andre" q    mlght*r
flTth wr*A I.leut Ma^Ks tme-Tranaredth
ese**1 w" *i'o pound i.
*jn*n   t*}}.f.f,rr<mrn   Aec-egflto **^t *mr*r
bv Stpwnn of Dorche��t��>r. OT fhe Han
adlans.   *rmetron��    fh'lrfl.    Mcfl��r>��"-;
twen��"��>>lrd. Strflflnxt    twnntv-Tourth,
Ste"-"-* f~-��ftv.?'Tfb mil Bmlth t��"��H(
tv-nl^***. rneh wTrnlna;'f>r^n-rt meHnls,
Mclnr>'-i spvpntT-Tlrtt and "Rfchardeon
n|pn<--.,i,   rioh won <wo nonnds.
ytflVirtnjr wern tbe scores of thr
Cnnt*���*-.* in today's s^ooline for th<>;
King's prlre: TWO
ydi.
Hattr-B-h-Ti. "wnnnineg ..3*
fll*cVtv*~> Winnipeg...4i>
Forro"'. t���***router... .47
Forst*"   Ottnwa 47
1 ,!��"������.   Blac''bnrn     won
being a silver cup and fifty-four shillings.
i^ieut. Jeffreys of South Africa, won
the -. .... m. u. cup, seven; shot3 at
l.uuu yaidi. Sclater eighth and Auld
mneteenui, eacu won one pound.
Corp. harvey of Hertfordshire, won
the n.Utj.-> Ouvi sevtu suets at tiJU
yards. Lieut. Steele, Uuelph, second,
won three pounds; Sergi. Harvey,
South Atrica, won ihe Armorers Company, seven shots at 900 yards. Staff-
Sergc. Bayles, Toronto, ninth, won one
pound. Sergt. Garden of Sussex, wa3
second witn 361; Sergt. Keeley ot
South Africa, Sergt It. Man Harvey of
South Africa and Corp. Bissett of
Guernsey, were tied at 329 -for third
four iii and fifty places. Sergt. McCallum of Stirling, Scotland, was sixth
with 327.
PRIMITIVE  WAGONS.
DENOUNCE HOME RULE.
Premier Asquith .Warned of Opposition  the   World  Over.
London, July 21.���-A feature of the
procedeings of the Cram! Orange
Council, which waa resumed at Glas
gow Wednesday, was tho emphatic
denunciation of the Irish Home Rule
Bill from the colonies. A letter from
Lord Erne was read, in which hie
lordship declared that if Home Rul.
ever came into force the Orange institutions would be the first singled out
for an attack by the enemies of Protestantism. It is of vital importance
that they should make known to the
world that their body was not confined to the limit of three kingdoms
but must be reckoned with wherever
the British flag files.
From Victoria, Quenesiand, New
South Wales aud Canada, resolutions
were received condemning Home Rule
is a measure calculated to do irreparable harm to British supermacy. Thej
warned Premier Asquith that the re
sistance to the bill would have thc
united support of Orangeman all ovei
the world.
inno
yds.
3H
41
76
44
Mc-
0'ieen'<>   sn  unlimited    event,  eeren
���hots at 1.000 yards, the first prise
900
ydi.
43
45
46
43
the
MONUMENT FOR OPERATOR
London, July 21.���Nearly $2,000 has
been subscribed toward a fund, organized by the mayor of Godalming
to provide a suit able memorial in hie
home toown to Jack Philips, thc
wireless operator who went down
with the Titanic. The memorial it
:o take the form of a drinking fountain to be placed ln a prominent posi
tion on the main road, in full view
it travelers between London anc
Brighton, and to be surrounded by a
small park.
A number of contributions to this
fnmd bave come from admirers of the
heroic operator in America.
Tha Russian Bashkir Is the Oldest
Type Still In Use.
There Is nn Interesting collection of
wheeled vehicles tu the National mu
seuui In Washington wbicb wus got
together for tbe purpose of showing
lbe development of conveyances for
men snd chattels from the most primitive times. One of the exhibits Is
a full sized curette or ox cart used
by tbe Indians of Arizona and New
Mexico as well as in some of the remote pnrts of Spain. This cart was
brought over by the early Spanish settlers. It has wheels about three and
a half feet In diameter, made of tbree
pieces of timber fastened together wltb
dowels of wood, lbe wheel being thick
���t tbe center to form the bub.
Another primitive type of wagon
known as the Red river cart and used
by tbe balf breeds in Canada has five
foot wheels. Ihe wheels In this cnxe
bavlng spokes, twelve in number. Thet
native driver of tbls cart sits In it
with bis reet higher than his hips,
the shafts being higher than the bed
of tbe wagon. There is also a repro
duction of an Egyptian chariot In tbe
collection, tbe wheels of which bave
twelve spokes, wltb slots In tbem near
the bub so tbut a rope can be run
through to bold tbe spokes firmly lu
place.
Wbat Is thought to be the oldest type
of vehicle still In use ls tbe Russian
busbklr or child's coach, with wheels
made out of a solid slab of wood, hav
ing boles burned through tbe center
for tbe axle-New York Sun.
GOVERNMENT  PROFITS.
FLOWER CULTURE.
Rapidly Increasing in England���Four
Thousand Acres Utilised.
London, July 21.-���The report Issued
by Aie board of agriculture in connec
.ion wiih the census of production act
"'06, reveals a great development in
he'culture of flowers. As yet. state.-
'he report, there has been no record
it 'this phase of agriculture, but it Is
i recognized means In many parts of
England of exploiting land whicb
vould be less proflatably devoted tc
ordinary farming crops. It is estimated that 4.000 acres are given up to
flower culture, tbe gross value of tht
production being $616,000.
FOR FRA8ER VALLEY.
"Obese King" Plans to Establish
Milk Factories.
'Aeocrdlng to the announcement of
Mr. A. F. MacLaren of Toronto, better known as the "Cheese Kteg," wbo
Is visiting tbe coa.it. sixty or more
factories for preserving and condensing milk will be established ln British
Columbia and the prairie provinces
within the year. Mr. MacLaren Btate?
that tt is the aim of the syndicate of
which he is a member to establish thf
milk plants near the source of the
milk supply as possible where the
fluid may be procured -pure and untainted. He also Intimated that several of the stations would be placed ln
the Fraser valley.
Unci* 8am Hat a Good Income From
a Few Sid* Lines.
Customs ree-elpts end internal revenue taxation furnish tbe bulk of tbe
government's Income, but tbe government profits by a snug sum from tbe
sources thnt grow out of sovereignty,
usually on tbe "penny saved, penny
earned" principle. For Instance, about
$3.1)00.000 of small change ts absorb
ed In tbe chuauels of trade encb year
During periods of great prosperity
tbls amount has been as blgb as $3.
000.000.
Buying for SO cents n pound blanks
that wlll make ninety nickel Ove cent
pieces Is profitable business. Tbe gulu
Is hardly less In one cent pieces. Tbe
stiver in tbe quarter dollar would not
now cost more tban 10 centa. altbougb
it was somewhat Ugber when tbe
stork new being minted was purchased
The treasury Is tbe galaer from tbe
destruction of paper mooey not redeemed. It also derives an Income
from patents In tbe form of fees tbut
patentees pay for tbe privilege ol
monopolizing tbeir Inventions and thus
In a alight degree aharea tbeir profits
Other returae of this sort might be
enumerated, bat the receipts growing
out <if sovereignty are limited In scope
and are. afier all, merely Indirect
forms ef taxation.���Barrier's Weekly.
\
Wolgast ar.d oue of his tralft\���. "Jeff," gt the Optra House, Wfduesday,
July ti,
Just Like Home.
Tbe two little girls, alx years old oi
ee. were playing housekeeping all aioni.
the patxleu wall, nays the Milwaukee
Semtinel. Ofl seme principle thui uu
grownup could realize oue section M
It wen the kitchen, another tbe dlultui
tyteai. anotbt-r tbe sitting room, aud m
oa. One Hmnll uiuid wae the mist re*"
of the bouse, aud tbe otber was Hi
M-rraot girl Tbeu tbe big mnn i-uin.
utrolUirg .along witb ��� book lu Ills Innn
aad. uli uneeiusclous. perched hlmsei:
on tbe soft-eHt stone iu tbe middle ut
Chut wall. '
���<Oh. look bow he comes and ��poii>-
our .pluy!" walled une of tbe I wain
"No. .indeed." replied Ihe other, with
a birripy Inspiration. "He's my uus
'baud, -mid 'he's reeding In his den. and
be'n iiot -to he'dixturbed, so we needn't
mittee -lilm."     ���
tio the .game went on.
iMtfden Tsmsuras of the Tiber.
IThe wafers of the Ttlwr ne sniel te.
cover mutiy eiewtlv tieusoes uf nn
ililttlty. iHreuii lUike NViiu. near Iteinie
ninny lironze urmiuuents uud stutinm
lrom the Hem!'UK pit lie en of tlle Em
iieroiM irilieiilUM ami Caligula have ui
���end* lieen re-eowered. It has Ioiik been
the dream .of .poei* and the iH-ilet <et
nutliHUtr-leH Unit the Tiller's bed e-e��li
"enl* 4i .vant amount of artistic treu*
nre-s which buve been Dung nil" H
I'llheT ilrom wanton recklessness or loi
the purpose eif preservation rrom mHc
tleite. ,1'here Is u legend thut Attlui
uurleid  Mil   lllit   liviiHiire   Ue-nentU   (lie
iwwr.
No tteply.  '
Tsnu Kncllsh soldier*, seeing a com
'��d*'�� rout lying e* hls beel. itioimtii
thry wuu,d piny a (riv on nun. tui 0*
*uM*��neil to be nn IrtMhmun. So llie.i
-halt** ii donkey s a��ael on the lnick
rf lhe ��*mt end then waited to minim pert tt on. Wben Mike took up
rhe ��<#itt he gazed at Hw donkey's heiui
wltii ele^i earnestness, and then, turu
mg  to the  Englishmen,  he   iiniuireei
Which ot nes wiped your face ou my
toatf ���	
\ Inevitable.
\Why. ehe used to be a theatrical
stui/ mu xlmw she has grown fat ebe'i
Just 4111 onllnnry actress""
���Waning airsege nbout tbat Any
ustroi. tmer will I'll you thnt as atari.
tin-reuse* in megultMde.they, decrease Iti
(jriglitnei��*,-<,'bl<��g�� Tribune.
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Mandatory.
Kihel-I'm irwfully seery, but I can't
i-ome lo the fuTty tonight, aa I bare a
date. Utadja-rtnp't yoa break Itt
Etbel-Npt tt^'o^ 4(*r.'vJ?f a ��W
4ul#��JJi>plnedtt'e.
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OUR ^ PENCIL" PRICES DO IT
And are keeping quantities of merchandise moving,
cutting cut lines that should be sold   at   this   season
RUGS
Get The "Blue Pencil" Prices This Week
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8ft. 3 In. x 11 ft. 6 In. Seamless Axminster Rugs, usual price, $37.50. Blue Tencll Price $29.50
6 ft. 9 In. x 9ft Brussell Rugs, usual price, $12.00.    Blue Pencil Price       $8.75
9 ft. x 10 ft. 6 In. Brussell Rugs, usual price, $18.50.    Blue Pencil Price     $13.75
9 ft. x 12 ft. Brussell Rugs, usual price, $22.50.    Blue Pencil Price  $17JO
Four yards wide Linoleum (acirload).    Blue Tencll Price,  per yard      48c
Small lengths of Wilton and Ax-niuster Carpets, nice lengths for hall and stairs, usual price $2.50.   Blue
Pencil Price, per yard  ���   $1.45
Special price on Matting Covered Shoe Boxes, $2.50 values.    Blue Pencil  Price     $1.50
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NORTHWE8T  POLICE.
Going to British Isles for Recruits���
Few Canadians Offer.
Ottawa, July 21.���There le a decided slump in candidates for the'Northwest Mounted Police and it is said by
the acting comptroller that the force
Is now fifty below established
strength and recruiting will have to
be done In the old country. In connection with the percentage of old
countrymen on the force, it now
reaches over 85 per cent and the remainder is composed of Canadians. In
the coronation contingent only 13
were Canadians out of a total cf Sj.
While applications are continually
being made for enrolment from Americans who have served in the United
States army, none of them are considered unless naturalized British subjects.
Another new station has been opened in York Factory, Manitoba, and
two men have been sent there from
Fort Churchill. Reports during the
past few months show that crime Is
not on the Increase and the population is quiet
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
Columbia Street Improvements (McNeely to Tenth Street).
Schedule showing the real property immediately benefited and tbe proportion in which the assessment is made on per foot frontage.
Blk.    Lot Sub. Resub.
i.
Assessed Owner
Cil
1 I jFalch, E. J	
15    , Uoi land & Wolfenden
16 I iCunningham, Jas	
lf ! |8oon Kee et al	
IS ! Lara Tung Jack et al..
19 I jBrymner, G. D	
20 ! iMacuuuiara. Mary et .
1&2J JGllIey Bros. Ltd	
Custom House Square
lease .'	
(Feet) |      Amt
C2
Can. Pacific RIy. Co.
99-00
33.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
66.00
132.00
240.00
834.00
109.72
109.7X
109.7S
109.72
109.72
219.44
UM.40K
MORMONS  UNPOPULAR.
London. July 21.���Mormon missionaries who have been conducting a
campaign ln Brixton, South London,
for some months past, have now been
compelled to retreat by force of antagonism aroused under the generalship
of Rev. Hook Lonsdon, vicar of the
parish. The owners of the hall where |
the Mormons held their meetings
have given the Lntetr Day Saints notice to quit. Their meetings have
been largely attended by young girls
who were especially welcomed by the
elders. These tactics were combatted
by young men stationing themselves
as pickets- at the doors, preventing
girls from going to the meeting.
Notice is hereby given that the Corporation of the City of New Weatmlnster intends to pass a Local Improvement Assessment Bylaw assessing
the properties In the schedule above mentioned the sums of money annual-
)v fnr thirty vears set opposite each lot and a Court of Revision for the-
trial of complaints and appeals against the assessment so proposed to be
made will be held on Tueaday, the 13 th day of August, 1912. commencing
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon at tbe Council Chamber in the City Hall. New
Westminster, British Columbia, and any notice of appeal from such intended asBeBtnent must be served upon the Clerk of the Municipal Council at
least eight days prior to such   Court of Revision.
W. A. DUNCAN, City CTerSr.       1
City Hall, July 20th, 1912. ~v*. .
Date of first publication, July 22, 1012. .^'    -t
INSPECTION    OF   FRUIT
WILL    BE    IMPROVED
Ottawa, July 21.���Arrangements are
being made under thu-direction of
Hon. Martin Burrell for tbe reorganisation ot the inspection of fruit under
the Fruit Marks Act. Operations under the Aact have heretofore been directed towards the inspeotlon ot Canadian grown fruit intended for export
By legislation wbich was the result of
the Dominion Fruit Growers' Conference of 1905 the grading and marking
of closed fruit packages were standardized. It was obviously unfair, however, to the Canadian growers that
their foreign competitors In the United States should enter the markets of
Canada under easier conditions than
those which had to be lived up to by
the home grower, and the present
.-Minister of Agriculture, himself a
practical fruit grower, felt It was most
desirable that competition In Canadian iqarkets should at least be com-
jfetltlotr on ft fair basis.        ..**-��� ���..   ���������-
The force ot icsp*ectors has bene Increased by a considerable number of
men selected witb great care as to
their qualifications/   A chief Inspec-
Hassam Paving Co., of B. C, Limited
Layers of Hascam Compressed Concrete (Patented)
ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS      3
ESTIMATES and DESIGNS FURNISHED
tor will be placed over eacb province.
Mr. C. A. Ruddick has left for the
West, where he will complete arrangements for tlie British Columbia Inspectorate. He is acoempanied by Mr. C.
W. Baxter of Ottawa, who has been
appointed as chief inspector for the
Prairie Provinces. It is beltpved, as
a result of the reorganization, tbat
greater efficiency will obtain, and
while the interests of the Canadian
grower will be properly safeguarded
the consumers will be put in a position to know that they are getting
what they should get under the safeguards of the Canadian Act.
EYory Woman
^ ts Intermted ud fliould kaow
1 about '.bo wonderful
ths MARVU.
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tntai book-*Mlo<l. It gl
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MONDAY, JULV 22, 1912.
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MONDAY, JULY 22,  1912.
A   BROADER   IMMIGRATION.
The European manager of the C. P.
R. is now on his annual visit to Montreal to confer with the headquarters
staff there, and during the past week
lias given utterance to an Important
statement to the effect that the emigration policy of Canada was at present confined too much to certain
classes of the people of the Old
Country.
He pointed out that while strenuous efforts are being made to entice
the agricultural laborer and the domestic servant class over the water,
very little inducement is held out to
^W==K!
rate of over a halfpenny in the pound, London of the fact that the best tie
and since its advent to power in the! of empire as regards the over-seas do-
councii, the moderate party has load- minions is home rule. Only the graved other burdens on the street rail- est Imperial cause Impels the home
w*y- government to risk offending colonial
This party represents the reaction-  susceptibilities,
ary element in the metropolis and has |    The blue book   in question shows
never been in sympathy with the pub-1 that since 1906,    nine    colonial acts
lie ownership  principle.    But  public  have been blocked by the withholding
sentiment in London was too strong' 0f His Majesty's assent, a
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j Correspondence j
The Westminster Daily News   does
not hold itself responsible    for   the
nd'tliaT'all  ��Pinions expressed in correspondence.
on this point to be flouted and the
moderate leaders were compelled to
place themselves on record as determined to maintain the civic street railway system. Not only this, but the
moderate  majority  has continued  to
save two of these relate to the Asiatic
problem. In the two exceptional
cases, assent was withheld, once because of international policy (this
was in regard to Newfoundland legislating  against  United  States fishing
cany   (ii,000,000  of    work-people    at | vesels) and the other because   aTas-
cheap rates, Involving a los3 in operation cf $350,000.    Against this must
be set the fact that the concession of  other  British   subjects.      The   case3
these special fares is a part of the
scheme far the better housing of the
workpeople, which is in turn a factor
iu the general amelioration of riving
conditions in the city.
manian mining    act was    considered
likely to Interfere with the rights of
A   SPORTING    OFFER.
where assent was withheld on account
cf legislation affecting British colored
subjects were, one Australian, one
New Zealand, two Natal, one Transvaal, one Orange River Colony.      li
With the advent of motor buses, a will be remembered also that in Can-
new and formidable competition in ada a British Columbia act affecting
civic transportation has    to bo met., Asiatic lmmingratlon was held up by
The private companies owning them
are now under one control, and it Is
the evident Intention, if possible, to
form a traffic trust ' which will fix
rates for metropolitan surface transportation _ pleasure. Against a holdup of this kind, the street railways
are the only obstacle and a persistent campaign is being carried on
against them. A proposal was recently made that the county council itself j
should form part of the combination,
but the opposition it encountered
within snd without caused its defeat.
Still more recently a complaint  was
the Dominion Government, at the instance of the Imperial authorities.
Great Britain is in a bad predicament in the matter. She is politically
and morally bound to se fair play to
her colored subjects everywhere; and
she has tremendous political and commercial reasons to cultivate the goodwill of the colored men of her vast
Indian empire. But the over-seas dominions, struggling to secure a white
population for their vast spaces dread
both equality of treatment for the
colored natives tliey have with them,
and privilege of entry for colored im-
made that   street   railways   occupied   migrants whether British or foreign
roads tliat were important arteries of
traffic and congested them unneces-
ririly and wa3 accompanied by the
demand tliat from a third to a half of
the better educated and professional I tiie cars should be withdrawn.   It was
classes.      Here   in  Canada   differed   found on investigation that it was the
' nmtor  buses  not the cars that  congested tlie streets.
very greatly from Australia whither
many eld country people, desirous of
-entering other walks of life.to those
mentioned were going in increasing
numbers.
Since Sir George Ueid took over the
Commonwealth office in London,
there can hs no doubt that a. very
large and growing stream of people of
all stations have gone out to try their
fortunes down under the Southern
Cross, and Mr. G. Mc L. Brown of the
C. P. TL, tells us that through the policy of Australia emigration to that
country is at the present time rapidly
Raining upon that of Canada through
these very circumstances.
Canada need3 agricultural laborers
and domestic servants���the fact is
fairly obvious even in B. C���but
, there are others walks of life in our
great dominion which have niches,
and to spare for thc people of the old
countries who are desirous of filling
them. It should not be a hard matter
for steps to "be taken by the various
emigration authorities to -hare" this
fact laid before the people in Great
Britain.
One point that may influence pos-
i. aihle emigrants Is that Australia is
first and foremost a white country.
Thc white people do their own work
in mill, shop, factory, field, in fact in
every branch cf industry, tlieir womenfolk keep their own houses, and
the government will not allow the yellow races to enter the country.
A groat many people belonging to
��Uier classes than domestic servants
or-laborers, do come out to Canada,
and as a rule do very well indeed, but
vre need all of this class that we can
Set. and If their seeking out and
fdacing in the dominion could be followed out upon tlie plan adopted by
Australia, it would bo u wise step in
a forward direction.
Emigration policies���be they of
JSimimmont or corporations -are not
���e��*mpi from the universal rule���go
forward cr go backward-Australia
: set out to copy our methods, -and it
would appear that in some directions
.she has already improved upon them.
It has to be observed, too, that the
motor buses pay nothing towards the
maintenance c[ the streets or the
rates. Vet constant efforts are being
made to have the streets widened and
improved at the public expense for
the special benefit of the bus compa
nies. Even the moderates acknowledge that the buses have unfair advantage, and a proposal is now under
consideration requiring a contribution
from the companies in return for their
use cf the thoroughfares.���Torontr
World.
CANADIAN CULTURE.
Italian
T>UBLIC OWNERSHIP PAYS.
Krnai lie manner of it3 growth,
\lMotion, the metropolis of the BritiBh
Kmpire, is .mot so much one city as
aw aggregate of smaller cities. The
city proper remains tmder, the administration of it3 ancient corporation,
many other boroughs that compose
the metropolitan area were only
brought under partial unification by
/be   Btflattlatunenl     i,:'     the    London
County Council < f which  Lord  Rose-
Am-jV a-..-is the first chairman.   During
the rule cf the progressive party, a
publir system of Btreet railways was,
established and the private companies
bought out,  while tbe districts  north j
ami fiouih cf the Thames have  now !
bpen Vr. t,< d  up.
from  tim report of the highways
iind finance committee Issued In the
later  pari   ol   lasl   montli,   it   appears
that tbe lines operated by the county I
eaaafell have  a total   length   of   143 >
ni'tUs. and fot the year ending March I
SH, t'M'2. the total number of paesen-l
Kern carried was 533,440,235, while the.
total capital exp< udlture, at that date,
��>�� the undertaking amounted to a little mer $60,000,000,    Tlie actual debt,
bowsrar, is roundly $4s,sr>o,ono,   the
difference of nearly $12,000,000 havlngi
bwu paid off. over 110.000,000 of tills Ito rnniain
fellow-countrymen: "tne   most     com
The report of the Carnegie Foundation on "Medical Education in Europe" brings clearly into view ono of
the chief educational defects of the
day: the overloading pf educational
programs with too much work in too
many subjects. Dr. I'ritchett, president cf the Foundation, pleads in liis
Introduction for a reduction and simplification cf tbe work^rescrlbejj for
medical students:
"The medical schocl cannot turn
out finished doctors; it cirnot teach
all that it is important for thc practitioner to know, and under these circumstances it does bo3t to accept
frankly certain limitations, and so
to train its students that they will be
dispose^ subsequently to remedy their
own defi'denc'ci." The principle here
laid down is-applicable to education
generally, and Is not limited to medical schools.
Another way of staling the same
general truth is to sav thai the real
purpose of education should be to ac
quire culture, nol to accumulate
knowledge; that culture is the prod
uct of research work, while knowledge may be acquired by the exercise
of memory; that culture rray be se
cured most advantageously by the use
of a small range cf work carried on
under suitable conditions and by prop-
ed method3; and that if the faculties
are effectively trained b.v the practice, of research It matters comparatively little fiow much the student
may know, tor this amongst other reasons; what he learns by memory will
soon become not merely Inadequate,
but misleading.
If this truth were kept steadily in
view by those who prepare and prescribe scliool programs, both pupils
and teachers would have better timeB
pleasanter work and more valuable re
suits. Take, for example, two subjects in which public and high school
pupils are required to pass written ex/
aminalions to test the amount and ac
curacy of knowledge acquired almost
entirely by memory; history and po- ( i,p0(]
litical geography. A somewhat lm
portant change was made a few
months ago in thi* respective areas of
Ontario and  Manitoba.
An answer containing a correct de
scrlption of these provinces last year
Would in' wrong this year. Something
I'Wc this has happened over and ovei
again In the history and geography of
the Dominion of Canada since Its for
matlon It) 1887. A like remark applies
to all the sciences, Including the one
thai is usitaly regarded n* comparatively unprogresslve -mathematics.
So far &B mental training Is concerned, "culture" lias been aptly described as "not amassed knowledge,
but a condition er Intellect" Bo long
us the regimen of tlje school is effective for tbe (volution of this condition it matter*   comparatively   little
what subject.! are used for th.e    prac
tice of research,
There must come a radical change
in methods before pupils get what the
scliool system ought to give them.
This change is lung overdue, and it
does not appear to be near at hand.
We still hear of revisions of scliool
programs instead of Improvements of
methods, so tliat Canadians are likely
what I owell once called his
The South African white man
���ireads being swamped by the blacks,
who already outnumber him by millions. The Australian and New Zea
lander fears the cheap-living and rap-
fdly multiplying Chinaman and Jap.
So does the Britisli Columb!an. And
partly for similar reasons, partly because discrimination is difficult, neith
��r Australian, South African. New
Zealander or British Columbian 1"
willing to allow even British colored
subjects into his territory, even
though they belong to such manly and
clean races as the Sikhs.
It is doubtful if a liberal policy as
regards colored British subjects would
really be dangerous +o any of the
over-seas dominions. But it seems
useless to attempt to argue so with
any of the white peoples concerned.
Whenever a ministerial association ir
Yancouver can range it3elf against
permitting Sikhs who are already in
the province bringing their wives in
what chance ia there of liberal treat
ment of the issue by the mass of the
community?
But one must sympathize with thc
difficulties of tlie Imperial government in the matter and concede that
when that government is so driver
into a corner as to be compelled t?
object to colonial legislation on thc
colored problem, its views are entitled
to the kindliest and mosl ��� ireful con
3ideration and deference by ever;
over-seas dominion.���Ottawa Evening
Journal.
STABBED   TO    DEATH.
H*
Vendetta in Vancouver
Fatal Ending.
Vancouver, Julv 21.-Guiesppe Brlbr
7,isl, of 554' Cambie Btreet, was stAb
hed to death last night by a country
man. Antomnio Bianco. The murder
er is In jail. H i has previously stall
bed a man, and his present victim
gave evidence against him on that
occasion. The crime is sa'd to be the
outcome of a vendetta of long stand
Ing.
Ba;k to the Old Style.
After giving its new ticket system
i two weeks' trial, the B, C. E. R. decided to revert hick to the old system
and this went in effect yesterdav. It
's understood that the Street Itailway-
iien*3 Union did not favor the new-
move for some reason or otlier, and
as the feeling between the men and
the company has always been of the
best, the officials acceded the men's
request.
BY   THE   SEASIDE.
The Whit" Rock Hotel register con-
'amis the following 1'st of guests-
Miss Kate Matheson, Miss Edith Gor
don. Walter Matheson, M. L, Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Keston (Keston!
Miss Nora Watson. H. D. Campbell
W. O. Donald. .1. J. Marr. A. R. Mac
Mr. and Mrs. A. Milne, all of
Vancouver; Mrs. L. S. Hughes, Lon-
Inn, England: Mr. and Mrs. Pellew,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bennett Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Green, Mr F, G. McRae
A. S. Mill-i. and others from New
Westminster.
Lacrsssc   Enthusiast   Ready to   Back
Up Views With  Purse.
The following communication
shows the feeling that has permeated
the city and district regarding the for,,
feited game which went to Vancouver on Saturday:
Sporting   Editor,  Westminster  Dail>
News:
To show my appreciation for the
manly way our boys have forfeited
the game on Saturday at Vancouver.
I stand ready to contribute $5 towards the $500 deposit paid the Van
couver Club. I believe there are 9?
others who are ready to do the same
The work of the local manager anC
his colleagues in taking such a stand
against Con Jones and the Vancou
ver Club, has I am sure, met with
unanimous approval by the people of
the city.
(Signed) JOSEPH   BURR.
New Westminster, July 20, 1912.
PRO   PATRIA.
Be
Roll of  South  Africa's  Fallen   tc
Placed in Cape Town.
England's tribute to the gallan'
men who lost tlieir lives in the 3outi
African war now lies in the Vlctorii
and Albert Museum at South Kens
ington. It Is a beautiful book con
taining Hie names of tho3e who dlei
in the war in behalf of the empire. I
is a fol'o of some 440 pages, and Con
tains the names of over 22,000 off
eers and men, nurses, war correspond
ents and others whoso lives wore sat
rificed.
Eventually it will find a restln;
place in the choir aisle cf Cape Towi
Cathedral, lt has taken three year
to prepare and has cost about ��141!
The greatest care and consideratlm
were taken in selecting the material
ised in order that they should bi
inch as would be likely to last in thi
climate of Capetown. Dr. Kenyon, o
he Hritish Museum, gave valuabe ad
vice as to the binding. <^
The skius cf the leaves are selectee"
lambskins; the ink is a pure carbm
ink, proof against everything bu
damp handling. The gold is "fine'
���?ol<l leaf without trace of alloy, ,jit
tae.hed to the ground Cennino Cennin
advocated for use in the flftenth een
tury with the exception that a glu��
has ben used in place of the weake
white cf egg then employed.
The names of men are all writte:
in black ink, with no distinction o
any sort, marshalled according tojn'l
itary rank, those of the same, if offi
eers, being set down in order of sen
ioritv. In the case of honot* gainer
the letters signifying these, such a;
V. C. and D. S. O. aro added in gold
DATES   OF   FALL   FAI.'-tS.
awn was repaid out of revenue ox-
acAly 17 o:> per cent of the whole capital expenditure.
Kor the jear ending :ilst Marcli last
the fniM profits, after deducting
working expenses from tlie gross receipts, were $4,620,000, of which $3,-
550,000 wns a Dpi led In Dflvment of '�����
terest, reduction of debt and provi-
stasis for renewals and depreciation
ample scale
mon-schooled  and  the  least  cultured
people in the world."- Toronto Globe.
BRITAIN'S COLORED PROBLEM.
Publication of an official blue book
In London detailing the acts passed
by over-seas legislatures which were
practically vetoed at the instance of
The balance of the Imperial Government, emphasizes
about $1,110,000 remained for the ap- the greatest difficulty in Imperial pol-
firopriation account. In addition the it les at present - namely the question
lx>ndon atrfeet railways contributed of Asiatic emigration. Needless to say,
fCMjBM lii respect of the cost of main- Imperial governments nre extremely
taining the paving of roads where the averse to interfering with the Parlln-
flnes are laid. Tho rates levied rep- ments of the overseas dominions.
rr-arnl an annual relief to the general Recognition Ib full and complete In
13 ,
A complete list of the British Co-
iiinilii.i fail lai. s has heen compiled
ami the dates assigned to Westmln
..ter are (Jet. i to ���".
hollowing la tbe list:
Ai row Lakes ���Oct. i to 5,
Alberni���Sept. 13.
Armstrong���0< t, 16 to 17.
Curqultlam���Sept, -S.
Bella Coola -Oct, 30.
Cowl, ban--Sept. uo to Ul.
Comox���Oct. 3.
Coquitlam���Sopt, ui.
Chilliwack���Sept.  l'.i to 21.
Central Park���Sept. 12 to 13,
Cranbrook���fopt.  l8to 19,
Delta���Sept.  20  to 21,
Grand Forks���-Sept. 20 to 27.
Greenwood���Sept. 30,
Golden���Sept. 24 to 2.').
Islands���Sept. IS.
Kent���Sept. 12 to 18.
Kamloops���Sept. 18, 1!) and 20.
Kelowna���Sept. 20 to 27.
Ka Bio���Oct. 15.
Langley���Sept. 25.
Mission���Sept. 24 to 25.
Maple Ridge���Sept. 25 to 20.
Matsqui���Sept. 26 to 27.
Nanaimo���Sept. 17, 18 and 19.
N. and S. Saanich���Oct. 4 and 5.
Nicola���Sept. 25.
North Vancouver���Sept. 7.
New Westminster���Oct. 1 to 5.
Nelson���Sept. 23, 24 and 25.
New Denver���Oct. 2.
Penticton���Sopt. 29.
Revelstoke���Oct. 8. 9 nnd 10.
Richmond���Sept. 25 to 26.
Shawnigan���Sept. 18.      ,.,':';
SAPPERTON   BURGLARY.
Was Work of Little Skilled Criminal'
���Burnaby   Helps.
Entering the house of Mr. Wtlliar
Smith, Kent street, Sapperton. whll'
the occupants were absent, on Frida
night, a burglar secured a quantity c
valuable clothing as well as food.
Entrance to the building was efW
ed by wrenching open the rear doo
which offered little resistance. It i-
not thought that the job was done b
professional housebreakers as ver
crude methods were used and the of
ficers of the law are of the opinio'
that men who make a business c'
such a thing would go after bigge-
game than provisions and wearinr
apparel. The city police will co-oper
ate with the Burnaby officials in ar
endeavor to locate the miscreants.
THE   SIGNAL   GUN.
Picturesque   Scenen as Toilers  of thr
Deep   Resume.
The firing of a gun from the government wharf at'6 o'clock last ever
ing, startled many c'tizens, whi
bought at first there had been an ov
plosion. It was the signal given tin
fishermen on the river that the 24
hour rest had expired and that thev
were at liberty to resume their nae.tl
cal calling.
Only a few minutes elapsed hef^n
the whole expanse of the river with
In sight of the waterfront. wa3 dotted
with small boats, and last even Iny
nresented a pretty sight In the flicker
ing lights moving to and fro as the
fishermen hauled in their nets.
HARRY TIDY, Manager,
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
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ALL STARS DEFEAT
NORTH VANCOUVER
.Ambitious City Failed to Score Single
Run ��� Hern and Dwyer
Starred.
Playing better ball bt all stages of
the game, the Westminster All-Stars
laid a nice coat of kal'somlne over the
North Vancouver outfit of ball play-
eVs' cn the Queen's Park diamond,
Saturday afternoon scoring eleven tallies without allowing their opponents
.a single one. Through the failure of
the manager of the amateur lacrosse
team to start the first contest on
scheduled time, a practice that appears to be popular with the amateur
lacrosse teams ln the city, the ball
game was not commenced until nearly 5 o'clock.
Horn, the star twlrler of the Moose,
waB Been at his best and although several men got placed on the bases, able
assistance on the part of his team
mates warded off any chances of scoring. Dwyer, behind the plate, was a
world of strength and had the Inlet
boys scared on basesteallng.
The only marring feature of the
afternoon was the part played by one
of the managers of the City League
teams In holding an altercation with
the manager of the visiting' team over
some trivial dispute.
The visitors showed flashes of
smart fielding, especially their shortstop, but wheu it came to batting,
they failed miserably.
Soccer Champions of Canada.
Winnipeg, July 21.���The Fort William C. P. R. Football team earned
the name of champions of Canada on
Saturday, when they defeated the fast
Lethbrldge combination here by 3 to
0 in the final game for the People's
Shield.
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��� EA8TERN LACR08SE. ���
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NATIONAL   LACROSSE   UNION
Standing of Clubs.
Goals
Won Lost For Ag'st
Cornwall    -9       0       76       32
Capitals 6       4       33       43
Montreal    3       7       41       44
Shamrocks      ..2       9       29       69
Next matches, July 27���Shamrocks
at Capitals; Coruwall at Montreal.
Another Win for Cornwall.
��� Cornwall, July 20.���Montreal fell be-"
fore Cornwall this afternoon in a well-
played N. L. D.' game. The Mountain
���city- put up a better article of la-
-crosse than was expected. The score
v.as 8-4, but it was a fine   exhibition.
Capitals Defeat Shamrocks.
Montreal. July 20.- The Capitals
sprung the biggest kind of a surprise
by downing,the Shamrocks today.by 3
goals to 2 on the Irishmen's own
stamping grounds. It was the fastest
N. L. U. game ever played ln Montreal.
BIG   FOUR.
Standing of Clubs.
Goals
Won Lost For Ag'st
Torontos   7       3      /60       48
Nationals      7       3       58       34
Tecumsehs 3       7       39       71
Irish-Canadians  ...3        7        49       53
Next matches, July 27���Tecumsehs
at Irish-Canadians; Nationals at Montreal.
Frenchmen Defeat Indians
Toronto, July ,20.���The fleet-footed
Nationals got revenge for their defeat
here by the Tecumsehs some weeks
ago, by beating the Indians yesterday by a score of 7-2 in one of the
fastest games ot thc season. The Nationals led at all stages.
Irish-Canadians Come Back.
Hpntreal, July 21.���Kennedy's Irlsh-
CanadianB showed tbctr value yestor-
day by taking the leading Torontos
into camp. The Irish were easily the
best nt nil Btages and just made a
runaway cf lt. The final score was
126, which just about indicated the
play. The Torontos made several vain
efiorts to catch up, but the Irish defence held them safe at all times.
JOE   RIVERS OUTBOXED
WOLGAST   ALL   THE   WAY
Portus Haxter, sporting critic of the
Post-Intelligence!^ lias this to say of
tlie Wcljmst-Illvers motion pictures
which arc to be shown at tiio Opera
llon^e on Wednesday evening:
"The Wolgast-Rlvers fight pictures
sre here, and the'large crowd at the
Metropolitan Theatre yesterday afternoon saw the memorable and disputed battle of Vernon enacted on the
screen, The pictures nre very clear
and distinct and the unexpected and
much discussed end cf the fight iB
shown very cl.irly. The two blows
that put Rlver3 on the floor at tlm
linish seem to be below the belt-line,
nnd Wolgast is seen immediately to
stumble over hla fallen adversary,
strike bis knee and roll over in agony
on the floor.
Rivers gets partially to his knees
vhlle being counted out, and when
the referee is picking Wolgast off the
floor to declare him the winner Rivers Is back on his foet In fighting attitude ready to continue the battle.
Wolgast must have been bndly hurt
when hn stumbled over Rivers, as
after being carried back to his corner, h . fell oft hiB chair. However,
ascord'ng to the pictures, Rivers had
no part, exoept unintentionally In
causing Wolgast to fall and the subsequent Injury.
WESTMINSTER AND
1ACR0SSE CRiSIS
(Continued from page one)
Westminster means business when it
defaults a game to the green shirts.
Nick Carter and Grumpty Spring were
tied on the goal scoring table and this
last one places Carter ahead in the
race.
Meet   Tuesday.
It is said a meeting of the Vancouver executive was held on Saturday
and that President Harry Cowan will
call a meeting for Tuesday evening to
be held at the Elysium Hotel, Vancouver. Manager Gray and his associates
are confident that the game will improve fololwing a meeting of the two
clubs and they are not showing any
Bigns of worrlment over the result.
When asked about a statement by
Con Jones which appeared In a Vancouver paper on Saturday, that by. defaulting the game, the Westminster.
club would pass out of existence in
the league. Manager Gray stated that
that matter had been taken Into consideration prior to their decision of.
defaulting the game, and they had
found there was nothing In the constitution that bore out Mr. .lones' predictions.
If reports are to be relied on, Mr.
Harry Senkler followed' up his
good work towards the Vancouver
club by stating "lt was one of the
most unsportsmanlike actions he had
ever heard of, and If the Salmon Bellies carry out their proposal it would
mean their finish as far as lacrosse ls
concerned."
Westminster   Opinion.
This city has seen lacrosse played
for a much longer period than that of
Vancouver and no matter whether
there Is a commission ruling or no,
the national game will still flourish in
the Royal City. With very few exceptions the action of the club is upheld
by local citizens, who have agreed
that this was the only stand the officials could take to bring the matter to
a more impartial basis. The action of
the commission, which will meet on
Tuesday, and tho deliberations of the
B. C. L. A. on Tuesday evening, are
eagerly awaited.
MILLSIDE   WINNING.
Failing Maple Leafs Pick-Up Nine
-    Were   Victims.
The Millside team continued its victorious career yesterday when a
sound trouncing was administered to
a pick-up nine drawn from the three
teams ln the city league, the tune being 17 to 5.
The Maple Leafs were scheduled to
play ou the Millside diamond, but
failed to put in an appearance, hence
the pick-up team.
For the victors, Hunke was the
bright star, his fielding in the outer
gardens, and also his batting being
of high order. The brothers Follman.
worked the battery stunt to perfection, although the long grass played
havoc with perfect fielding to both
teams.
MaiiBcn essayed to heave the sphere
at the outset, but later gave way to
Corbett, who also failed to stem-the
tide.
The usual crowd turned out from
the mills, which was'greatly augmented hy many faiip from the city.
,      Y. M. C. A. MEET.
Entries Close Tomorrow Night for
Events of Next Week.
Entries for the closed events at the
Y. M. C. A. Athletic meets to be held
next week at Queen's Park, close tomorrow night. The 13 events will be
spread over three nights, and beside
being for individual honors it will also be for the T. M. C. A. all-round
championship.
Beside having their names engraved on the shields, a silk ribbon suitably printed, is given the first three of
each event. There will be two events
held each night, open to all amateurs
of the city and district, thus giving
the local athletes a chance to see
what they can do, and also get in
shape for tho championship meet to
be held here tbis fall. Silver medals
will be given for first prize, and
bronze for second. An entry fee of
25 cents will be charged for open
events. Applications may be had at
the V. M. C. A., or A. S. Mills, and
must be sent to Secretary of Y. M. C.
a. Harriers by Friday night. July 2C.
SENIOR AMATEURS
BEATEN BY V. A. C
Visitors Have Things Their Own Way
���Patchell and Cotton Do Co-,J
Work.
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VANCOUVER DEFEATS
LOCAL CRICKETERS
Victory Was Gained by   Narrow Margin of Nine Runs���Good
Bowling.
The Westminster Cricket Club suffered its first league defeat of the season on Saturday afternoon, the Vancouvers being the victors by nine
runs. Several of the locals selected
were unable io play," and the narrow
margin would probably have been
overcome if a full team had been
fielded.
Vancouver batting flrst, amassed a
total ot CO.- Illingworth and Guild
were the only batsmen able to withstand the bowling of Rose and Hebron, the former getting 6 wickets for
31, while Hebron secured 3 for 25.
Lashmar made a Qne showing with
the bat, compiling an even 20 before
being    retired.     Illingworth    kept  a
gocd length and got 6 wickets for 17.
Vancouver
A. Kaye, b Hebron     0
C. Illingworth, c and b Rose  13
C. Guild, b Hebron   26
L. F. Murphy, b Hebron     4
R. A. McRoberts, b Rose     2
K. Oanesborough, run out     7
J. Oliver, b Rose     0
J. McNeil, ct Bartlett, b Rose     0
J. Minns, hit wicket, b Rose     0
A. B. Land, not out     4
C. Dawson, c and b Rose     0
Extras       4
*. ���
Total   60
Bowling  Analysis.
O.   M.   R. W.
T.  Y.  Hebron   13     5   25     3
F. A. Rose   ..13      2    31      6
New Westminster.
Rev. E. R. Bartlett, b Illingworth..    0
T. Y. Hebron, b Illingworth     3
F. A. Rose, ct Guild, b Illingworth.   4
P. C. Lashmar, c and b Guild  20
L. A. White, b Minns     9
W. Hockey, b Minns     0
F. W. Dalton, ct McRoberts, b 111-
ingsworth        2
A. B. Tigar, c Kaye, b lll.ngworth.    0
C.  Biggs,  b Guild     0
L. d'EaSum, cs Land, b Illingworth   C
C. J. Littlewood, not out-.     0
Extras    13
���    Total    51
Bowling Analysis
O.    M.    R. W.
C^-IUingwortb       9      2    17     6
C. Guild  7     3     9     2
R. K. McRoberts A     17     2
J.  Minns   3     1     5     2
fair tactics at Stockholm.
The delight of the spectators was
unbounded when the German sprinter,
Rau, whose defeat in the .semi-finals
of the 100 meters at Stockholm, was
ascribed by him to the repeated false
starts of Ralph C. Craig of the Detroit Y. M. C. A., finished ahead of the
Americans. Donald F. Llppincott, University of Pennslyvahla, and P. C.
Gerhardt, Olympic A. C, in the 100
meters, and Braun defeated James E.
Meredith, Mercersburg Academy, who
won the 800 meters at the Olympic. It
was asserted by Germans that Braun
would have finished first in that event
at Stockholm If he had not been shut
off.
Meredith laid over the whole distance, fighting a strong wind in the
back stretch. He tired' at the finish
and Braun won by five yards, in one
minute 54 7-10 seconds. Meredith's
time st the Olympic games was one
minute 51 9-10 seconds. The time announced for the 100 meters dash waB
107-10. Lipplncott won the 200 meters
from Rau in 21 9-10, breaking the German record.
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PICNIC   OF   POLITICAL
SUFFRAGISTS  SUCCESSFUL
The annual picnic of tha local Political Equality League, which was
held at White Rock on Saturday, was
in every way a great bucccss.
The feature of the day was the address made by Mrs. Bryan of Central
Park, entitled "Many Reasons Why
Women Should Vote." The whole
party were afterwards entertained by
Mrs. G. DeB Watson of Edmonds, a*,
her summer cottage.
Deposed Senator Injured.
Claysville, ��� Pa., July 21.���William
Lorimer, the deposed Illinois senator,
was injured here tonight in an automobile accident. He was en route to
Chicago, from Washington.
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COMING MONDAY
JULY 22.
The Senior Amateurs were m
match against the V. A. C. on Saturday afternoon, losing the game x-j'a
S-0 score.
Stoddard went In goal In place of
Keary and put up a good game
against tlie heavy odds. The visiting
home played with mach'ne precision,
and after sklrmisliln? around tho net
would slam the rubber at close quar
ters. Patchell and Cotton featured on
the defence, and but for their work
the score would have been much
heavier. But one penalty check was
handed out tbrough the entire game,
Flerheller, cf Vancouver, getting a
flve-mlnute rest.
��� The local bome showed flashes of
good play when taking the ball up the
fleld, but failed to make the pass at
the crucial moment. F. Smith was
decidedly off form and- many a man
on the intermed'ate teams could have
d'jt ived better lacrosse
Their defeat still leaves Victoria ln
second place, with the V. A. C. enjoying a commanding lead.
Standing of Clubs.
Goals
Hub*��� W.    L.    F.   A.
V. A. C 7   1   65     7
Vctorla       4   3   SO   23
Westmlnater     I   4   17   44
Fairview ' 0   6   10   48
The sooner the players composing
the-Senior Amateur twelvo come to
and  imbibe a  little  more  spirit  the
better it will be for amateur sport ic j
this city.    Last Saturday afternoon a,
few items cropped up which were noticed  by  those    who    patronize  the |
games, and it can be truthfully said j
that all this tn'.S abcv.t.!"r'.nS ��??--
support financially would desseminate-
!f once the officials of the club would
better matters.
Early in the week, Captain Her*
Ryall, of the Balmoral baseball team,
made arrangements with Manager
Crimston of tlie amateura whereby
;he lacrosse game between the locals
and the V. A. C. would start at 2:30
'clock so that the ball game could
commence at 4 o'clock.
What was the result. At 2:15 but
five players were on the grounds, the
training quarters, where the nets lay
was securely locked, while for some
unknown reason the manager of thr
aggregation was missing altogether
A little after 2:30 Punk Wintemute
strolled along aud having a key to the
club house, did the needful, although
a mesenger boy had made several fu-
t;Ic endeavors to lccn'.e a key flOWT
the street. The rest of the playerr,
bad by this time arrived, but the Vancouvers did not put In an appearance
until nearly 3 o'clock, and their manager, when asked of the delay, stated
lie had not received the request to
3tart the game earlv until late Friday
night, too late to inform his players
of the change.
Trie selection of the team IS, of
lourse. left to the management, but
.rom the displays of one or two of the
locals home in the past three games
the sconer tliey sre displaced and a
chance given to others who are going
it.rpn?, the line-up would be considerably improved. The rule ln the In-
���rrmediale league that any plaver who
lias taken part in three or more senior
un'itevr games, is Ineligible to plav
with the intermediates lays a hard-
ihlp on tho senior management, b-.it
the teams nre all playing to one end.
and It has been frequently suggested
that thiB rule be altered so that the
players In question could finish the
season with both leagues.
There must be Bome way out of tbe
difficulty and one would have thought
this would have been attended to before the end of the season appears.
REVERSE   TABLES.
American   Stockholm  Victors   Defeated at Races In Germany.
Berlin. July 21.���Thirteen members |
of the American Olymnlc team and
the Greek champion Tslclltlras met,
today the best of the German athletes
In a series of games arranged by the!
Berlin sport club as a sequel to the;
Stockholm contest. I
The greatest  Interest  centered   ln
the 100 and 800 meters events, owing
to the asertions of ihe German cham-'
plons that they had ben victim of un-
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It Is Called by the Farmer's
Second Wife.
A MUSICAL CAREER BLASTED.
Her Retentive Memory Enablee Her to
Break Up Her Stepdaughter's Course
of Piano Lessons���Back to tha Railroad Tio*.
By M. QUAD.
[Copyright,   1912,   by   Associated  Literary
Tress. J
ONK evening just nt sundown,
wltb ihe mln pouring down, I
was turning aside lo ask a
farmer If 1 might sleep lu bis
barn all night when bis bulldog grabbed me by the leg.
I am always prepared for such Incidents, and 1 merely uttered a yell
tbat some one might appear and call
ofT the dog before he had Injured himself. J wasn't wearing stovepipe pant
legs, but after one has hoboed lt for a
long term or years no dog has any
business with his legs. The gravel ballast of the roadbed gets Into them.
"Well?" called tbe fanner as be
opened the kitchen door.
".lust n bobo," 1 replied.
"Say. that's funnyl 1 was Just wishing somebody like you would drop tn.
��m J>
fnm
MUrSiff T^y        i
^IBwKiirfr tJ ml
wRKMnK
i  flll
mm   >MiMftTTTll
*   m
"rr was PBorcsBOR this and ntorEssoa
TUAT."
Come closer and let me bave a look at
you."
'nut how about the dog?"
"Ob, let hhn worry your leg If he
wants to. He's a fool dog anyhow.
Don't cause you any particular uneasiness, does It 7" . .   ,��..,
"Nol a bit. ihanks.*'   ">w- '
"Well, come Into tbe kitchen and gel
a bite while 1 si7.e yon up. Fairly good
flgure: fairly good face: not too shabby
for a hobo; got the look of a professor
about you. Look bere, now, can one
person conspire'/" m^.j] ���'
'"Wbo wiih/" T asked.
A Conspiracy,   JJJSi^i
'" ''That's It   ft lutes t*�� to make a
conspiracy, nnd here jre are."
"No barn burning for me!"
"Lord, man, do 1 look like one of
them kind'/"    ., - .
��� '"".V'niati once wanted me to conspire
to elope with hla wife."
"Worse aud worse. I've got a wife,
but 1 don't want her to elope. You
are not a married man yourself, I
take It."
"Have always been Just a little too
Inte."
"But you know that a man nnd his
wife mny love each other dearly and
still lie nt odds olwit some things.
That's the case ln this house. I wns a
widower with a daughter fifteen years,
old when I married ngaln. Nice worn,
nn, good cook, hnrd worker, loves me
for myself nlone. same as I do her."
"But Jealous of your daughter?"
snld I.
"Hobo, you're no summer squash.
She pretends she Isn't, but she Is
That's the only thing we differ on. M.v
M:iry girl wants a piano. 1 wnnt to get
her one. The wife advances a hundred
arguments against No farmhouse
around here hns a piano She says It
will make Mary it lick up to have one.
I want her stuck up. 1 want tier lo
wear glad rngs. 1 want her to he able
lo play tunes."
' 'Well'/"
A Musical Education.
"1 was going Into town for a piano
when the wife said that the smartest
tdrl on earth couldn't teacb bnrsell how
to play one "
���She might pick out the chords ol
Old Dug Tray,' " I said.
"li s gut io he more thnn that, hut
where am I going to get a lem'tiei'V
The wife grinned when she saw me
puzzling over it. Now, tuen, you
haven't always heen n hoho "
"Niio I tried dentistry, cow doctor
ing and tailoring HrsL"
���And you're aeen pianos?"
���\\ rew."
"And vou can play one? Tell me you
can. hobo, and lids farm ts yours ll
you can I I shall drop dead ot a broken
heart."
"Ves. | can play a little "
"(land! (<*vud1 Now, then, for the
conspiracy. Wife nnd daughter ure
away for three days. We go to town
tomorrow. We buy a plimo. It comes
home wiih us io be found here. Vou
are found here. Vou nre Professor
Oczer, and you nre going to stay right
here for two months and give Mary
music lessons. Providence 6ent you.
I'll shoot you if you try to run away."
"Hut my duds." i protested.
Verts'! Ket ?e��' ones In town tomor<
������[*������
row. Get a shave nnd a hair cut nnd
there you are. Professor Geezer of the
New Vork Musical college. Say, Mary
will go wild with delight, and Ihe wife
will atand up on her bind legs and
howl and lament. New duds and $10 a
month and board for two months!"
"Dut the railroads!"
Tha "Professor" Installed.
"Let 'em go to thunder! Sleep In my
barn tonight? Not much! The parlor
bedroom is none too good for Professor
Geezer, nud be shall have scrambled
eggs for breakfast. Old man. you have
saved my life! You are not only going
to make a good thing of it financially,
but it must put you on a higher plane
for some weeks. When you have walloped that piano for a month yon'll
bave forgotten that you were ever In
the hobo business."
A bobo must take nil things as In the
day's work. Tbe piano was ln tbe parlor and Professor Geezer was playing
merry strains on It when tbe wife and
daughter drove up. There were scenes
and spectacles, and it was half an hour
before we had nil come to an understanding. The wife realized that she
wus benten for^he time nnd gave up
to wait for nn opportunity. She didn't
cotton to me a bit. I affected the
hearing ot an Italian professor, but sbe
wnsn't fooled nfter the lirst five minutes.
A Defective Memory.
A hobo ought lo cultivate memory,
but so mucb happens to him iu the
course of a week thnt he Is apt to forget some of It. 11 was preiiy plain to
me thnt I Iind met that woman somewhere before, but I thumped my drains
in vain to remember where.
I wasn't altogether a fraud on the
piano business 1 had taken lessons
when.a boy and could teach Mary the
scale at least. That was a week to be
remembered while life lasts It was
professor this and professor that, und
I was handed tbe best of everything.
Between the music lessons tlie farmer
would wiul; me out to tlie barn and so-
Heiiousiv Inquire:
"How do you like the higher plane,
bolio?"
"It makes meiired."
"But you'll stand It for my sake,
won't you?"
"I'll try. but I'm sure we are not
fooling your wife so very much. She
has a way of looking at me tbat brings
a chill."
"Ob. she's Just bluffing, jsst bluffing.
Nice woman, but given to binning to
have her own way. Hasn't been very
curious about your family history, has
she?"
"She   told   me   yesterday   that   she
thought she'd begin to take lessons In
Ihe Italian language next week."
The Farmer Encourages Him.
"Don't get scared, bobo. Nicest little womnn in Ihe state, but sbe will
bluff. You and Mary nre making a
benp o' noise en Ihat piano nnd doing
me a heap o" good, nnd I don't want
anything to happen now. The Italian*
bave a   word  for  'damn  it.'   haven't
"Yd*.   It Is 'per Dio!' H      ^-^-
"Good!    If the  wife says anything
more  about  taking   lessons  you   Just
shrug your shoulders nnd roll up your
eyes and yell "iier Dio!' at ber    "flint
will see ber bluff." ���
I   bad   been   Professor   Geezer   two
weeks and the skies were blue and the
birds sang sweetly   when the farmer
took bis daughter to town one day to
buy a pair of shoes.    Half an hour aft
jr they left the house five fanners ap
peare'd.    Their arrival   wns expected
Tliey seized and tossed me in ti burse
blanket  They seized nnd flung ine fnto
the horse pond    Tliey seized ami rolled
me  through  a   patch   of  nettles,   and
then the woumi. wbo bad looked until
iitgly on, made Inquiry:
e
Identified.
"When you were in the cnitv.v coop
tor vagrancy in n countv In .Michigan
tlie Jailer had a sister there on a visit.
Iidn't lie?" ,
"Sure, ma'am, and you are the one.'
I replied.
"I'm not ng'ln ye as n hoho. but as an
Italian professor trying to help my
iiilslmnil get the best of it. Per IMo.
Ky I bunder! Vesuvius: Itnis! H gosh
Vou hike!"
And I stood not on llie order of my
ifOlng. I dropped from Unit higher
lihine like a hag of cement and struck
ihe dear old roadbed again.
Humor and   .
Philosophy
Blr 9VJHCAJ* M. SMITH
PROLIFIC  SUBJECT.
IT'S going to be a dandy year
From everything ihnt I can h*ar
For those who like to whittle sticks
And alt round talking politics.
There'll be so much to talk about
The sublect never will run out.
They cannol Ulk It all away;
There will be plenty left next day.
What with one Motion standing pat.
Another talking through Us hat.
Insurgents mei ul every turn.
There will be toplca���yes, to burn.
Some at the tariff law will scoff
And show It where it must get off.
While others In an angry tone
Wlll aay. "Let good enough alone."
The candidates In language free
Ripped up from every side will be.
And he will be a dandy who
Unbrulsed that gantlet can go through.
For men at that Impartial board
To speak up freely can afford.
Unbiased are the lot and much
Untainted by the payroll touch.
Tes, It will be a year of talk.
Of betting money, marbles, chalk;
Fine for the fellow who enjoys
Most every kind and class of noise.
/*����<
The Varieties.
"You notice
thnt tbe master
of a bor.t is always called tbe
honest skipper.
Tliere must tie
something about
tbe sen tbnt
brings out the
sterling, rugged
q u a 1111 e a In
men."
"It Is quite
different wltb
tbe kind of a
skipper thnt you
meet ou land.
He Is usually a
skipper because
hc hns skipped
a beard bill."
t./e.VTw*..f<��t>tT..T.iTMTnT��.Te��T����Tii%i,��'!��*Tw*itt..T��>t..f,1.T.,!i
....
!��� Lucky. ���[���
I* Kortunntely no man wl.l have V
j- to pay an income tax on tlie In -{���
C route his wife is living up tu  - J
f Uhli'Ugu Itecord Herald J
���H-H-^l-��-H^-l-I-H-W-K-H-!~!-W-i-'
The Author's Name,
An nulhor Is one of the nob est works
of God. Full of Ihe divine tire, packed
with genius nnd envied by all. he goes
through life, a thing of vast import
���nice David Belasco. the theatrical
producer, is tlie only person who does
not agree with this description of the
people wlio write. To Mr. Belasco un
author is nbout as Important ns n piece
of furniture.
The tlrst week of the production Ot
"The Case of Becky," written by Kd-
ward Locke, Belasco, who staged tlie
piece, gave n supper after the perform
ance to everybody connected with the
piny. One of the guests wns Ralph A.
Graves, a dramatic critic.
The hi 'hor came In Inte nnd did not
notice "nit n seut had been reserve:!
for him .it the table. Belnsco, who had
been talking to Graves, pointed to tbe
seat nnd said:
"There Is the place we have saved
for you, Mr.  ."
He ended the sentence with a mumble and turned to Graves with the Impatient remark: .
"You know,.! never can tblnk of that
fellow> nnme."-Popular Mnguzlue.     ,
On the Ground Floor.
"It   ls   bound   to   be   tbe   greatesl
scheme ef tbe century."
"Is il?" asked the wary man.
"Yes,   indeed,"   replied   the   enlhnsl
asllc promoter.    "Ves, Indeed.    We ar*
going to build a  line of airships, and
on some hot day   when the Ice I rust
thinks it has a sure grip on the throat
of llie world we will come along wltb
a cargo from llie nortb pole."
"lt sounds well." ���  '
"Oh. II U a woi Id beater."
"But bow about tbe financial end?"
"A milliou shares ut a cent n share;
Tbey are bound to go to pur ln thirty
days."
"They ought to. teat's sure."
"Ahem!     Could   1   Interest   you   I*
about a nickel's worth?"
���..mi.zm.-SJ, m-
An Economical Resolution.
"Had you noticed that Minnie Is not
so extravagant as she used to be?"
"Yes. Indeed! Why, she Is almost a
tightwad these days."
"1 fancy her father must hare given
ber a good going over."
"Not on your life! She's, Just mado
up ber mind to marry young Griggs
aud live ou $15 a week."
"tt
��� ���*'r~ Strsnuoug.        ^^^^^^
"She thinks too much."
"Beany!" tf&W
"Yes: I.rain fng."    -*-**��� '
"What Is ber mental occupation?"
"Trjing  to  find a  new  remedy  foi
thin e>clashes."
Neither Can Seme Others,
"flow are things urouud bere?"
"Dead."
"Why don't you start sonieililnc?"
"1 couldn't Blurt un automobile."
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CA8H IF YOU CAN.
CREDIT IF YOU CANT.
We have no hot air to peddle;
Juat legitimate tailoring.
J. N. AITCH1S0N
MERCHANT TAILOR
38 Begbie Street.
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Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Ulven.
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All  work guaranteed.    Estimates
^ furnished free.
H. GOSSE, Manager.
90? Dublin  Street. Phone 984.
His Opportunity.
No chance ful hlm lo lorn the trick
if ��ise reformers wlll but ?tick.
Kill If In chunks they Split ilii-ii  vote
The bnss'll gel (lie people's goat.
PERT  PARAGRAPHS.
Not hming nn Imagination to help
llieill to rcnlh'e their misery. s\ lot ol
people don't know wbnt It is tu lie in
i had Way,
Intuition Is n thing thn I a innn
Illumes when in.-, wile makes n mis
Hike.
Self ovpres.im.itlon has much le����s to
du wilh tiilliiie llinn the lack ol It hns
K'notliiii is a thing Unit some people
iiui-k. ol herd parade and all make
eapiial oi.
II the people we know only will
ninii>e ii* we dun I care so iniiih how
they   exploit   US.
II Ihe world would only run on mil
schedule w lint a mighty Hue. htt|ipv
mid progress\e World this wouid be.
'ihe uiisiicre-sfiil man tlilnk<i It Is
shninelesy piirlbi.lty to refuse lo let
lilm Ktiui'h things up again Just to
prove thnt lie can.
There are people SO miirilern*isly In
(���lined Hint If I here I.s nothing else for
tliem lo meddle wltb they kill time.
l'.\t.ry man lni<< hi* price, bill foiiie
prices nre so liitinltcslniilllv si'.ill Ihnt
ll doesnt seem worth ft bile paying
tilt lu.
Ottlog even with yimr neighbor
may be snIUtj lug-uu.tU you cvm�� In
pay tbe bllL
D. McAulay
ARCHITECT
Tel. 761. Cer. 6th and Columhl;
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Gardiner & Mercer
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Sunday. Single fare for the round
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of Summer Goods for Suiting
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aateed.
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Wednesdays.
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Thursday and Saturday.
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O. P. A.. Vancouver
Phone R672.
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"MONDAY, JULY 22,  1912.
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Philosophy
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PERT PARAGRAPHS.
THE best thing to do for hnrt feelings
Is to tie them np ln a handkerchief and chuck them down the back
' stairs.
] It is bard to make a great display 0*
sbillty when you haren't any.
��� Courage is a good thing to bare
about you, bnt it Is best to bar* two
brands lf one of thsm is named caution.
j Friends, like money, bars tbe bablt
of being absent wben yoa need tbem
most
Suspicion Isn't n beautiful thing, but
it bas sared tbe day many a time and
eft.
Ths Waiter Understood.
They **%re lunching together, and
*St talk turned to superstition.
"When you made that boast just
now." said one of the party, "you
should have knocked on wood to drive
away the evil spirits that are envious
of human happiness."
"Is that what it's for?"
"Yes. It's an old German custom.
You rap on wood three times. Say,
thst wsiter of ours looks like a German. Rap three times and see if he
doesn't understand it." '��� .
The other- man rapped. -
The waiter understood it.
He brought three beers.
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr.     Vice-President
W. F. H. BUCKUN.
Soc. a*��d Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER CO., LTD.
.- Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer* In
Fir, Cedar and  Spruce Lumber
Phonea No  7 and ttl.   Shingles, 8ash. Doors.   Moulding* Etc.
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Getting what Is
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coming   to   us
If ll didn't keep
CIRCUS TOMORROW
Grand Street Parade���New and Attractive Features,
liy thia time It is more than prob
:ible that most of the b!g and little
Tclks know that the great Sells-Floto
Circus is beading this way and will
be here tomorrow.
This sterling attraction hardly
needs any Introduction to the amusement loving people of this community because for several years it has
been touring the country delighting
thousalds, making an enviable reputation In Its desire to please Its patron*.
The usual parade will be given at
10:.10 tomorrow mornlnfg through
the prlplcapl streeta of the city. Those
who witness It will be able to convince themselves that the Sells-
Floto Circus grows with the years,
��nd comes back more important In every way than on the ocoaalon of Its
former visits.
The first performance wlll be given
at 2:30 In the afternoon, and tho oee-
���oud at 8:15 at night   Those who wish
Ho purchaae tickets e*rly may do fo
ft
Xiv going to the regular tlc':et wagons
which will be opened on the lot as ear
iy aa 9 o'clock. Popular prices Is st.I
.he watchword of the Sells-Floto man
igement. Twenty-live cents admits V.
lhe performance In lt3 ent'rety.
Those who would come a little ear
Her than the time set for the ccw
���nenoement of the performance prone
ian hear a delightful concert given b
the famous miliary bind ��nd<T tli
d'reotlon of Waltor P. Engl'sh. a
which many noted soloists will appea
and render selections.
With a Prtoedsnt
"Mrs. Brown. Cm sorry te have to
toll yoa tbat your little dsugbter threw
a stone through our front window tbis
owning "
���qaphat so?  Tbat 1a too bad."
���Too bad?   I tblak sho ought to bo
punished."
' "PuntebedJ Dear me. I couldn't do
tbat Tbo dear IWto thing was only
playiag Wtrtgitto.' "-Detroit
Fms.      ��        -���
Persistence mny be n good thing, but
nol when bud luck brings It
Some men are born kings snd somo
baseball umpires.
Imnglne tbe feelings of the Puritans
if tbey could see tbe modern suffragette.
While discretion Is the better part of
valor It Isn't Ihe only purt.
Circulating.
I crave a dollar lo MImh Jones
1 owed for board and lodging.
Sbe paid It lo a butcher mon
That ahe hail long been dodging.
For wages that were overdue
Ha paid hla brother Charley,
Who owed hla washerwoman, ao
It went to Mra. Farley.
Now, Mra. Farley looked at It
And thought she'd like to envo It
But aha waa owing Hr. Uro��X
And ao to him ahe gave It.
it rested with hlm snug antl eaf��
About a minute, maybe,
And then ha allpped lt on to Oae,
Who'd doctored up hla baby.
Th* doctor called his hired maa
And said: "Coma hei-e.   I'll show you
That I can pay St least a part    *
Right sow of what I ow* you."
And as I one* had trustee him
For halt a pound af honey
Tba hired man soon dropped around
And hauded me tha money.       w*
I started It around again.
And so lt kept on golag
Uatlf%l|r** tlmea tt had b��*�� aent
To pay what each was owing,
A-rachig swift around ths track
Cattl It was q*n�� dia?,
And wMls ther* w��a a d��t* te par
Vhat dou* wiuVkwifcterv  .
Try Mooney's Biscuits with all the rest.
See how much more flavory.crisper Mooney's are.
Their superiority, is due to our painstaking ^gs| ^
methods���our modern facilities and using the cost- \3P&��y"
���%,:��� '.**"* ������.\��si
Hest materials. We get the finest cream and butter
from the famous Western Ontario farms because
we pay top prices.   Our fle ur is a special blend. _.v
Tet they cost no more than common kinds. M^'-'::'''^&*-:&^''-
Mooney's reflection ^ream ,
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Canada's Standard Soda Crackers
Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas are made in our large
sanitary factory amid a flood of sunshine. Here in this splendid building with its hundreds of skilled employees���each an
expert in his line���we create this delicious and nourishing biscuit
After these biscuits leave the ovens and while they are
still piping hot, with all their oven aroma, they are packed
in dust and damp-proof packages.   We even ship them in
our own private cars.   No other biscuit manufacturer
does this.
So they reach your table���"whole, flaky, end
fresh.
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WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JULY 22, 1612.
THE BARNET
REFRIGERATOR
Is Thc Best
You can keep fruit, butter, milk, fish, onions,
meat and cheese in it
together and have no
mixture of odors.
Sold and guaranteed only by
Anderson & Lusby
Sale Now On
During July large reductions in ladies' and men's suits, of best goods
(all this season's), are being ofTered.
This is a chance not had every day.
Call and see them at
GALV
THE TAILOR
46   Lorne  Street,   New   Westminster.
1 T3he
'Best
>^^Place
���*$*Z***7^i��i����i' t
IN THIS AGE AND GENERATION
THE WISEST OF US HAVE LEARNED THAT THE BEST PLACE TO
GO FOR ANYTHING WORTH
WHILE    IS    TO    A    SPECIALIST.
WHEN YOU WANT INSURANCE OF
ANY DESCRIPTION COME TO ME.
THAT IS MY EXCLUSIVE BUSINESS.   I TOUCH NOTHING ELSE.
Alfred W. McLeod
657 Columbia St.,
Phone  62. New Westminster.
CATTLE WASH to keep off flies.
INSECT POWDER.
MOSQUITO   OIL   to   keep   off   Mosquitoes.
MOTH BALLS AND BAGS.
LIME JUICE.
LEMONADE LIQUID AND POWDER.
blSINFfeCTANTS.
SUNBURN  LOTIONS.
WATfelt    WW(l��>     AND    BATHING
CAPS,
KODAKS AND SUPPLIES, ETC.
Curtis Drug Store
For
PHOTO  GOOD8
SPECTACLES
8EEDS t
Phone 43:  L. D. 71;  Res. 72.
New    Weatminater,    B    C
Bathing Caps,
Waterwings,
and all Seaside
Requisites at
ilRYDRUGlrORE
Four doors East ot. Bank of
.Montreal.
New Westminster,  ij. (.. -
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The telephones of the Westminster
Daily News now are:
Editorial Office 991
Business Office   999
For all calls after 6 p.m. ring 991.
The Burquitlam Agricultural Society meets In the Blue Mountain
School, North Road, tomorrow evening.
Rye bread���like vour mother uSr".'
to make. Eighth Street Bakery, Telephone R 281. **
Latest statistics from the telephone office show that 1522 telephones are in use in New Westminster.
City Clerk W. A. Duncan, left Saturday with his family on a two weeks'
vacation, which he is now spending at
Blaine.
Tho Columbia Piano and Music
House, 522 Columbia street, is headquarters for Victor Gramaphones and
Records. **
Mr. Mercer turned out a large
barpie for the Star Shipyard last week
and has another on the stocks for the
same company^.
An open-air song service was conducted in Moody Square on Saturday
night by Mr. William Sampson, the
Cornish evangelist.
Tenders are being called by the
school board fnr the installation of
electric wiring and fixtures in the
proposed new high school on Tipperary Park.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property, lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd., 521
Columbia street. **
Mr. Kenneth Myers, secretary of
the Progresive Association, returned
home from Seattle yesterday, where
he had been since Friday morning at
the Potlatch.
Mr. Walter Gilley, Mr. C Miller and
Mr. Samuel Thompson, all of this city,
motored out to Coquitlam on Saturday, and were shown over the recently improved thoroughfares of the district by Reeve Mars.
Mr, E. I. Sovereign, physical instructor of the local Y. M. C. A., who
recently underwent an operation at
the Royal Ci.*,,imblan Hospital, has recovered to such an C"*te��t ft? to be Removed to his home.
Hi|h grade, a��dfum price an:', *'-'.
grades of rlanos and player pianos,
low prices, easy payments at the Columbia Piano and Music House, 522
Columbia street. **
The engines of the fire department
were called out ysterday afternoon to
a fire which had originated on the
roof of the Cosmopolitan Hotel. A
small chemical stream was all thnt
was necessary to extinguish the
blaze.
Contrary to other reports circulated, the authorities at the Columbian
College of this city, state that they
are not contemplating the immediate
sale of the property belonging to the
institution, notwithstanding its great
advance in value.
One hundred aud thirty-four acres
of land with house, barn, and chicken
house, also horse and implements;
wlll trade for house and lot in New
Westminster. Westminster Realty,
room 5, Merchants Bank building. ���*
The Fraser River Land Company
will shortly make application to install a waterworks system for municipal purposes to supply the town of
Port Mann and the municipality of
Surrey. The water for this venture
will be procured from Bon Accord
creek.
MONEY TO LOAN on Residential
property: lowest current rate. National Finance Company, Ltd.. 521
^ohimbi:. atreet. **
Arrangements are being made to
entertain the railway agents ln the
Royal City sometime in Sep��enibo'.\
They will hold a convention in Vancouver, Sept. 16-18. The local committee that has the matter in charge
has suggested a trip from Stevoston
up the main channel of the river to
New Westminster.
Not bow cheap, but how pood. Hear
the grent ('bickering Hi os.' player-
pianos at the Columbia Piano House,
opposite City Hall. Made anl guar-
inteed by llie only living Chicklings
making pianos, truly the wonder of
the age. We have other piano i layers
as low as $450 in price. ������
Mr. George Cheale. foreman carpenter for the Coquitlam Construction
Company, sustained rather severe In-
iurles on Thursday, when he fell from
the roof of the house on which he wa3
working, and in falling struck a projecting portion of the scaffolding. Dr.
A. Sutherland attended the injured
man.
The funeral of the late Benjamin
M, Marshall will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from Ills late residence. 511 Tenth street. Members of
the United Service club are planning
to attend as a last honor to a veter-
' an ef the Indian Mutiny, and It Is
I hoped that all who are able to attend
will do so. The Interment will take
place iu tlie Oddfellows cemetery.
Mr. Costello of the G.  N.  R. Com-
j pany, will   make   ai rangements   with
, otlic r officials of the company to visit
Jthe district of the lower Kraser valley within tlie nexl two or thre weeks
according to Publicity Commissioner
Wade, who met  Mr. Costellb on 8 it-
urday.    It is probable tliat in the intended   trip  tlie   municipal   adtninli
tratora in  Delta,   Langley and   ttlier
districts,   will   be. naked   ta  co-oper-
���ate.
X-.m
W. A. Gilley has completed the pile-
driving for Fader's wharf, and is beginning the capping.
The members of thi Queen's Avenue Methodist Church, will hold a
soiree this evening in the church parlors, in honor of Rev. C W. Brown,
who is leaving shortly to assume the
pastorship of a church in Saskatoon.
Losing his balance wliile sitting on
a rail near the Riverside Apartments
on Columbia street, Saturday evening,
a man wbose name is unobtainable
fell a distance of some 12 feet, receiving injuries that necessitated
medical attention which was rendered by Dr. McQuarrie.
There was a terrible slaughter of
the Innocents early yesterday morn- j
ing, when the chicken house owned
by Mr. Nicholas Peadon, 135 Harvey
street, Sapperton, caught fire, snuffing out the lives of some hundred
chickens. The fire laddies from the
Sapperton station and also those at
No. 3 were called out, and prevented
the flames from spreading. The origin
of the fire ls unknown.
FIRST CLASS PARC
FOR THEATRE GOERS
NEW   ARRIVALS.
Galaxy of Stars and Plays Has Been
Secured for Westminster Opera
House.
Manager Harry Tidy of the Westminster Opera House, arrived back
from Seattle yesterday with a tidy lot
of bookings, all signed, sealed and delivered, which will be produced by
one dramatic company or another in
this city during the approaching theatre season.
Never since the members of the old
town turned out once a week in force
to see the high-kickers at Cayuse
Bill's dancehall will Buch an assemblage of talent delight theatre fans as
those who begin to flock here during
the latter part of next month.
Mr. Tidy has cinched all the big
ones. The accommodation afforded by
Vancouver at the present time for
first-class road companies is very un-
indeed,    and    this   re.
WEDDING BELLS.
On Friday afternoon at 413 Shiles
street Mr. R. Newell, jr., and Misi
Jane Mitchell, both cf Belfast, Ireland, were united in marriage by the
Rev. E. D. Braden of the Sapperton
Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Newell will take up
their residence in their new home at
431 Shiles street, where the ceremony
took place.
Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Jones of Hamll
ton,  Ont.,  have  taken  rooms  ln  the I satisfactory
Queen's Court, Clintr.n Square, and bounds to the benefit of Westminster,
expects to make Westminster their whose reputation iB second to none
home. The doctor, who Is now asso-! when it comes to average attendance,
ciatgd with Drs. Holmes, Hacking and I Mr. Tidy states that a number of
MacSween. has had a prominent place , booking managers among the big
in his profession in Ontario, having, ones In the East would shortly sub-
held for some years the dual appoint- mit some of their choice "hits" to the
ment as secretary to the Ontario Den- Pacific coast cities, and when this
tal Society, and the joint Canadian happened he fully intended to be
and Ontario associations. there with both feet.
Among those who had already booked shows Into tbe Westminster Opera
House for this season were: Henry
W. Savage. Henry B. Harris, Mcrt 11.
Singher, Klaw & Erlanger, the Shu-
berts, J. K. Woods, and several other
big firms.
Billy Clifford, George Sidney, Mlz-
zie Hajos and Dustan Famum, four
stellar satellities of modern stagecraft, will be found in the cast of
some of the visiting dramatic companies.
The season will open with "Louis
anna Lou" during the latter part of
August. This comedy comes direct
from tlie Metropolitan Theatre of
Seattle, and will not play in Vancouver because the proposed new house
will not be ready by that time.
Following is a partial list of the
plays which will be produced in the
Westminster Opera House this season:
Dramas.
"The White Slaves," "Common
Law," "A Modern Eve." "The Rosary." "The Confession." "The Gamblers," "Little Women," "The Concert."
Comedies.
"Jn Old Kentucky."
Grand   Opera.
Sheehan Opera Company (English),
"Bohemian Girl."
Probiem Plays.
"Bought and Paid For."
Musical  Comedies.
"Louisianna    Lou,"   "Baby    Mine,"
Rose Maid." "Al-
PROPERTY
WANTED
I am open to buy residential lots or business
property in New Westminster. State number
of lot, block, etc,, and
lowest price and terms.
FROM   OWNERS  ONLY
BOX NO. 83
WESTMINSTER DAILY NEWS
COLEBROOK FARMER MEETS
WITH NASTY ACCIDENT
Mr. J. P. Goudy, eldest son of Edward Goudy, a farmer of Colebrook,
met with a painful acident on Friday
when the axe he wa3 using slipped
from his hand and severed two toes
and a large piece of flesh from the
right foot. He now lies at the" Royal
Columbian Hospital where his injuries
are being treated. Mr. Goudy was
working at felling a tree on the home
ranch wftett the accident occurred,
and was brought to tlie city by Councilor George Dennis,
MUST   INCREASE   SERVICE.
G. N. R. Ferries Can Not Handle Traffic���Waterfront Notes.
The Great Northern car ferry, Sidney No. 2, arrived from Vancouver Island last evening. The company ha3
now two ferries in operation, but traffic has increased- to such an extent "Rose of Panama,
that these cannot handle it all, and It  mnt where Do You Live?" "Mutt and
Jeff."
is understood they are putUng in an
extra ferry to ply between Sidney and
thi: port.
The statement has ben made by
Great Northern officials that the business done out of the New Westminster and Vancouver territory haa
been steadily increasing until it i3
now as large as the tonnage originating in the Seattle district, and they Mandolin, Mandoia,  Mando-
anticipate thai it will not be long un- _ ��� * r*   a
til this district has a big lead on the! Lello and Guitar.
on the Banjo, Zither Banjo,
Pugot Sound city.
The tug Flyer came up stream yes- Above Instruments    repaired
terday   afternoon,   liaving   in   tow   a  and tuned.
barge   loaded   with   coall   for   Gilley a specialty
Bros.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
The funeral cf the late Benjamin
M. Marshall will take place on Monday the 22nd. inst., at 2 p.m., from
his late residence, 511 Tenth street,
to the Odd Fellows' cemetery, Sap-
portcn. Friends wishing to attend
please accept this intimaticn.
strung
Putting on Banjo Heads
Auto Harps and Zithers
strung and tuned.
"Dick" J. Lawrence
Leave instruments for tuning or re
pairing at J. H. Todd's Music House,
419 Columbia Street.    Tel. 6S4.
THESE ARE ALL CHOICE RESI-
dence lota In geed locations, and
good Investments nt the prices they
can be bought for now. Suitable
terms can be arranged.
NO. 000���FOURTH STREET. 50x122
to lane. Price $776.01; one-quarter
cash.
NO. 1327���SEVENTH AVENUE, 50x
120 to lane; cleared and fenced.
$1,050; one-third cash.
NO. 1233���FIFTH STREET, TWO
lots, 50x132 each to lane. Price
$1050 cach; one-third cash.
NO. 1289���PRINCESS 8TREET NEAR
Second Street; 48rl32; $1,000; one-
third cash.
NO. 1193 ��� SEVENTH AVENUE,
iioar Fourth SUeet. two choice lots,
cleared; $1,275.0(1 <ach; one-third
cash.
NO. 1316���DUBLIN STREET, NEAR
Twelfth street, on upper side; good
view lot; cleared; 60x120 to lane.
Price $1550.; one-third cash.
NO. 1288���FIFTH STREET, NEAR
Sixth avenue, 50x182; cleared and
graded; $2,000; one-third cash.
NO. 903���5 LOTS ON TURNBULL
street, 50>T10; cheapest good lots in
the city. Price $500 each; one-fifth
cash.
DOUBLE CONNER, TENTH AND
Kdiribur.' street; cleared and ready
to build on. Prioe $1200; one-third
cash.
NO. 957���DOUBLE      CORNER      ON
Fourth avenue, street on three sides.
$5,300; one-third cash.
NO. 1143���WISE ROAD, FACIN3
south, 67x114 to lime; cleared and
In orchard, Price for n few days
only, $1,100; one-third cash.
F. I. 6IART & CO., LTD.
THE    INSECTS,    ROACHES,
WATER BUGS, ANTS,  ETC.
from getting a focthold in tho
house by putting a good Insect
Powder in places where they're
apt to thrive.
We can supply you with an
excellent Insect Powder that is
non-poisonous to you, but deadly to Bugs and Insects of all
kinds.
Get your supply today at
RYALL'S
Druggist and Optician
PHONE 57
Westminster Trust Block
S.��. "PRINCE liEOROE"
to Prince Rupert Mondays,
midnight, connecting for Granbv
Bay and Stewart.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. "PRINCE BUPERr
to Prince Rupert Thursdays,
midnight, connecting for Queen
Charlotte Island points.
TO VICTORIA and SEATTLE, Saturdays and Tuesdays at midnight.
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" leaves 3rd, 13th and 23 of each month    for
Prince Rupert and Way Ports.
Grand Trunk Pacific trains co.-ineet at Prime Rupert for Kast
wilh abtne sttamere. Ask for 1 lustrated literature re agricultural
lands lr. lt. C. an'd Western   Cauda.
Special excursion farts via Chicago     during an.mm^mnmh.     __
shiKnnesCket8 t0 A" h0lUl8'   Q9Mnl A��ency Trans-Atlantic Steam".
H. G. SMITH. C. P   ft T. A. W. E. DUPEROW, O. A. P. D.
Phone Seymour 7100.      VANCOUVER. B.C.     527 Granville 8treet.
FOR CHOICE
FISH
OYSTERS
CHICKENS
LAMB
MUTTON
GOTO
P.  BURNS' MARKET
FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEATS
NO BOG LAND.
-v.
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
Are well stocked up with all kinds and grades of
LUMF ER POR  HOUSE  BUILDING
A sp: dally large stock of Laths, Shingles and
Nj, 2 Commoi Boards and Dimension.
Now ia the time to build formal e or rent while prices are low
FINE WATER 8UPPLY
WHITE ROCK TOWNSITE SUBDIVISION
THIS PROPERTY IS PIPED WITH WATER
Has BATHING, BOAT HOUSE and  FLOATING PIER
OVER   70  COTTAGES   ALREADY BUILT   IN   THI8   SUBDIVISION.
<j We run a general store and Bell at city prlcCB.   A new four��story
���      ho-el just completed.
LOTS from $350 up, $50 CASK, $50 every 6 months
Or smaller terms to those building this season.   Our Mr. Sands has an
ofiice on the i roperty.
WHITE, SMILES & CO.
OFFICIAL TOWN8ITE AGENTS.
CUT GLASS
Before deciding on that WEDDING GIFT inspect
our stock of Cut Glass. Articles ranging in price
from $1.00 to $65.00 ^
CHAMBERLIN  ,,$��*
Official Time Inspector for C. P. R. end B. C. Electric Railway.
EOTADLI8HED 1891.
ELECTRIC
i
Irons, Cookers
and Heaters
,.,    i i  i)  "V
ELECTRICAL   WIRING  A < SPECIALTY
WEBER & PAY
.a*    *
We write Flre, Life, Accident. Employer*' Uatllhy.    Automobile
and Marine lmursr.ee.
Phone ��56
63 Sixth Street

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