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^hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
;W WESTMINSTER, B. C
$*   ���     *A
JUL 211908
hite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
l.l'.ME 3, NUMBER 100.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY  MORNING, J1_LY 20, 190ST.
TEN  CENTS PER  W
BEK
m ORDERED OUT
AT POINT OT GUN
esidents of Winlock Inti-
Imute That Town Is Bad
���Place for Aliens.
Tacoma, July l..--By refusing a
|ty of forty Greeks permission to
employment and places of shelter
Ith at city after they had been en-
li d by the O'Connell Lumber coni-
B, as mill hands through the me-
,.; a Tacoma employment agency,
than 1'"' prominent merchants
leading residents of Winlock,
, have laid themselves liaible
prosecution by the United States
i : i.incut.
FISHING LICENSE
CASE IS ADJOURNED
Federal and Provincial Interests Represented-Ques-
tion Purely Constitutional.
Little progress was made on Saturday in the case against John Kendall for fishing without a provincial
license, the test case which will probably determine tlie control of the
fresh water fisheries of the coast. An
adjournment was made till tomorrow
week.
Kendall was found by Inspector
-North with only a Dominion license,
and declined to be bound by provincial laws. Robert Cassidy, K. t'.. instructed by the attorney-general, up-
.,....,,.���,   ,,,  V;lll00lc I peered for the Provincial government,
, and   w.  .1.  Whiteside   for defendant.
nrsday,   and   up(��n  their arrival  In   ,    ....     ,,
1        ������ a.  Whealler represented the Dominl-
(   cits  tl"' inhabitants of the town on government,   AlhlJ,i;, those lncourt
council oi war.   Never did new were    J,  P.   Babcock,   provincial   In-
IS in a town receive a i. ,', '      .- '���'  fisheries;   Provincial   Local
itreeting than did these uree^as ���. W *A���\**+1 lorth,  and  Inspector
,   , ,           .             . C. B. Sword, of the federal authority.
I ijock.    They had been  there only
* Mr. Whiteside asked for an adjourn.
rh(
Inty-fdur hours  when   leading citl-
ment, and pointed out that the dispute
j of Winlock began a round-up of nad   Deen   going on   tor  years.    Mr.
newcomers. I Whealler also supported the applica
ble   Creeks   were   herded   together
the  railroad depot and then In-
ned by a Winlock man, who held
tion.
Mr. Cassidy admitted that the case
was  practically reduced to a constitutional one. and an adjournment was
g  pistol   in  his  hand   while  he I tnen granted by the magistrate, Capt.
>.  thai   they bad two courses of Plttendrlgh.
n  open   to  them.      One  was to) ......
Winlock on the next train; the
: was to remain in the town and
the  marksmanship    of  Winlock
���us  by acting as  moving targets.
Greeks   understood     scarcely   a
Id of what was said, but the mean-
lag o:  -.'.-..      i_  V��� ���'���.:'���   gun  was plain tO
ft-.   They did not hesitate,  a lo-j Castaways   From   Unimak
^lo-iw whistle sounded in the dl-
m of the depot, and forty sad
badly scared Creeks boarded the
%]. ,in<i headed for Tacoma.
Creeks yesterday appealed fer
|.*es8    to   Hans   Heldner,   Grecian
-consul in Tacoma.    As the case
parallel to the episode, enacted In
oma  twenty-five  years   ago  when
people of this city drove out the
|n< se  and the principals  in the af-
weie     arrested    bv    the   United
HAD 0N1Y RAW fISH
TOR THREE WEEKS
Pass Come South on Hya-
des���Harrowing Trip.
Seattle, July 19.���Tne steamship
Hyades arrived here yesterday from
-Nome with a ton of mail and %'M,-
OuO in gold consigned to Seattle
banks, and two castaways from the
barquentine Fremont, who, when rescued  in   Unimak  pass,  had   lived   for
ktes marshal, it is said that Winlock   three   weeks  on   raw   fish
|pie are liable to receive the same
itment for violation of the treaty
jhts accorded aliens under the  Onl-
States tr.aty with Greece.
I'lie O'Connell Lumber    company's
int.   which  is one  of the  largest  in
���date,   has   given   employment   to
*-L'c numbers of Japanese.   The fact
lat  Winlock  was being  overrun by
|��* little brown men first aroused the
of tho residents of the town. FeaT-
vlolence to the Japanese, the mill
many   thought  to  experiment  by
pnging   in   a   Tew Greeks,     but  the
block people had no more love for
'   decks than for the Japanese.
The Hyades was ten days making
the voyage, two Of which she was
held in a Held of ice. Capt. Alwen
says that he encountered ice tilt een
miles out from Nome and thai the
field extended seventy miles south.
He says he passed bergs as high as
t_k_   Alaska building.
While the Hyades was making
through Unimak pass a small boat
put out and the steamship lay to aud
took the two men ln it on board.
They said they were William McDonald and Ernest Welter, fishermen of
the barquentine Fremont, of San
Francisco, and that -while out tending
to their lines they lost their bearings
and could not find the ship. They
drifted for three weeks In the sea.
living on raw fish, and finally landed
and   sought   food  of    the lighthouse
  I keepers.   Tlie keepers were nearly oui
of   supplies   and   could     not     Buccor
Jul.   19.���SpeciaS    Officer them, so they BtfaTlj  sighted the Hy-
Homer and  Inspector  A   A. OS-' ados   and   put   out   in   a   boai      Thej
rrested I-', iv Qraw and Gcige   were in a serious condition, and were
'���urn Just as they were hi Hits" cared for on the Hyades mid are now
p. m. train tor Portland today, aboul recovered from their hardships
man was carrying a heavy suit
��� I *_ it h contraband opium, 150
ael    tins    being   secured.
men were taken before IJnlted
Commissioner    Bridges,   and
held  for  preliminary  examlna-
tomorrow  morning  at   in a.  m. ���
Nl SMUIiGLERS CAUGHT
Hi' 1NSPFLTUIS AT TAUUMA
ALBERTA WILE GO      BABY'S BOTTIE SENDS  HUE SAYS RATES        B. C. E. R. EMPLOYEES
STRONGLY LIBERAL LANKY BOB TO HOSPITAL        MUST BE RAISED
Hon. W. H. Cushing Looks Ex-Champion     Prizefighter Chairman of Great Northern
for Clean Sweep of Prov-     -Mixes it With Theatrical |
ince in Coming Elections.     Manager-Both Arrested, j
PICNIC TO LANGLEY
Opposed to a Cut in Wages
of Workmen.
Hon. W H, Cushing, minister of
public works in the Alberta government. Is visiting the coast on a ibrief
private business trip. As head of one
of the most important branches of
the provincial government of the
neighboring provinces, Mr. Cushing
has important and exacting duties
which prevent him from spending the
time aw ;. from his particular district.
Cro] - promise exceedingly well
throughout Alberta and In fact the
province has escaped anj .-..ions effects from the depression whicb prevailed last year. Mr. Cusbing's home
ci!. of Calgary is growing rapidly.
tn_m< '.lately contiguous to il lies the
enormous Irrigated land belt of the
(' P U. on which about five hundred
si -s have alreadj taken up land.
V. li ��� ��� these lands an settled the city
of ������'.,������ arj .. ill have al it- I ack a
closely populated agricultural district
unsurpassed In any part of Canada.
Politically, Mr. Cushing says that.
Alberta will return five instead of
only two supporters of the Laurier
government, when the next general
election comes round. The present
representation of four from Alberta
is evenly divided between the two
parties, while the seven who will be
elected next year will in his opinion
include a lame majority of Liberals
���is  already   indicated.
Spokane. July 19��� From a go-as-
you-please, rough and tumble scrap
In the alley back of the Pantages
theater late yesterday afternoon, Bob
Fitzsimmons. late heavyweight champion of the pugilistic world, emerged
with a ragged cut, several inches
long, in his scalp, and E, Clark Walker, manager of the theater, with marks
of half a dozen of the Cornishman'
Bledgehanimer blows.
Fitzsimmons' wound was inflicted by
a blow from a baby's nursing bottle
i swung by Manager Walker. ��� Both
wer, put under arrest and gave bonds
Walker's wife and baby were with
j hini when the trouble started, which
accounted  tor the bottle.
The troul le -rose ove:  an uncom
pllmentarj   -article   about   Fit/. In   an
i afternoon paper, the fighter accusing
Walker In being instrumental In having  It printed.    Each of the combatants  - ������_  the other  struck  the first
; blow.     When   the   blows  were   struck
: there was a large crowd in the alley,
land several employees of the theater
interfered   to separate  the  two   men.
, one  of   the  peacemakers,   James   M,
j Halladay.   city   electrical     inspector,
stopping one of Fitzsimmons' swings
with his jaw.
Everything PossibleTowards
Ensuring Happy Time Has
Been Done- Program.
New York, July 19���J. J, Hill,chair.
man of the Great Northern, is of the
opinion that the solution of the financial problem that confronts the railroads is an increase in freight rates.
Mr. Hill Is strongly opposed to a cut
in wages as a means Of increasing
the net earnings of railroads. Mr.
Hill, who Iras just returned from a
fishing trip in Camilla, made the l'ol- j
lowing statement   today:
-There is no alternative but to raise
rates.    The   credit   of   the   railroads
has been seriously impaired. The way
i enhance credit  is to increase rates.
Wages   should   not   be cut.    Efficient   labor   is   essential   to   successful
operation!    Railroad  employees  have
ecullar  responsibilities.    They   have
i I a hard test,   They should get
recompense.     Cut   wages   10   per
'������nt.. and the man who gets $15 last
V"   i     gets $13.60 this week.    It  is the
ace between meat and no meat.
Freight rates ha this country are
low beyond comparison. Receiving
bul one-half and even one-third of
the i ite received in European cities,
the wages paid railroad employees
here average 100 per cent, higher
than   those   paid   in   Europe."
..SECTARIAN CHURCH
WANTED BY WELSHMEN
BURIED BENEATH LOAD OF
LUMBER-ON SCOTT ROAD
Japanese    Labor   Contractor   Crushed
^ ".o   Death   by   Palling   Timbers���
Neck   Broken.
Victoria   May   Have   Edifice    Devoted
Exclusively  to  Sermons  Preached
in  the   Vernacular.
Victoria, July 19.- There is a movement on foot among a section of the
Welsh residents of this city, the object of which is to .get a Welsh church
established In Victoria.
The church would be run on independent lines, so that all the Welsh
speaking residents of whatsoever
creed or denomination, could join and
participate In service In the vernacular.
A mei ting of the Welsh residents
will be called in lhe near future.
Tomijuro Eto, a young Japanese labor contractor, was instantly killed
on Saturday morning by being buried
beneath a idle of rough lumber on a
skid near the Scott road, a huge piece
of lumber falling across the unfortunate man's shoulders and breaking
his neck. Death must have been instantaneous.
Deceased, who was about 21 years
of age, w.as in the employ of the Dominion Lumber and Shingle company,
and was supervising the removal of
the lumbeT when the accident occurred. The "body was taken to Vancouver dnTing the evening, arrangements Tor the .burial having been
made in that city by friends of deceased.
SALOONMEN HELD
EQUALLY GUILTY
Mayor of Seattle Announces
That Bosses Will Be Held
Responsible.
Seattle, July 19.���Mayor Miller instructed Chief of Police Ward yesterday that hereafter in cases where the
police arrested a bartender tor violat-
! ing the liquor law, the proprietor of
the saloon where the offense was
committed should also be taken into
cUBtOdy. No matter If the saloon
proprietor is absent at the time the
law i:. violated, or even if he is out
of town, he will be held responsible
for the acts of his employees, ut lpast
so far as the observance of the law
regulating the sale of liquor Is concerned.
All who attend the seventh B. <.'.
K. R, annual outing to Langley today
are sure of a good time. The. committee In charge will have everything
in readiness for the picnickers by '.IM.
time ti" Ramona and Beaver leave
at 8 a. m.
Refreshments will be on sale on the
boat, Oivtn Burdette being the caterer, while ice cream and fruit will be
���old by the ladies or the Langiev
church. A good ground has been s<-
cured by the parties tor the sports.
A Bpecial prize, consisting of ohonj
brushes In case, will be presented to
the winner of a men's race, distance
about 200 yards, the gift coming from
the realtj   firm of Hale Bros.
Following is tlie program of Sparta
and   attractions,   as     arranged   up  to
yesterday   evening.     Extra   races   will
he included In the list  this afternoon:
Baby   Show.
Best looking baby on the grounds.
18 months and under, prize gold
locket.
Girls'   Races���Cash   Prizes.
Eight  years and under. 40 yards.
Ten years and under, 50 yards.
Twelve years and under, 75 yards.
Fifteen  years and under. 100 yards.
Boys'   Races���Cash   Prizes.
Eight   years  and  under,   4b   yards.
Ten years and under, 50  yards.
Twelve years and under, 75 yards.
Fifteen years and under, 100 yards.
Miscellaneous.
Single ladies' race, 100 yards, first.
goods $2; second, goods $1.50. Col-
lister's.
Married ladies' race, 100 yards,
first, goods $2; second, goods $1.50���
Smith's.
..leu's y-ace, 220 yards, first, Max
cigars;   second.   $1.50.
Baseball match, two boxes cigars.
Tug of war. Langley vs. B. O. employees.
The first steamer making the Mr-
turn journey will leave Langley at 6
p. in., the "(her boat following four
hours later.
WHIStLLD WHILE HE SAWEB
THRBUGH PRI.0N BADS
Settlement of Pole Question.
After occupying attention for several council meetings, the question of
poles on Albert Crescent is likely to
he finally seated this evening. Several small businesses have yet to be
accommodated with water frontage
on  Lulu  island.
Bank   Statement   Ordered.
Washington, July Iii���The comptroller of the currency today issued
a call ujxm the national Ibanks
throughout the country for a statement of their condition at the close of
business on .Inly IB,
RICH RUN OF GOLD ORE
DISCOVERED AT QUATSINO
Quartz     in   Newly   Found   Auriferous
Deposit Runs in Slate Formation���
Good  Paying Yields Hoped For.
"J<   C.   Bruce" Takes Party of
Picnickers  to Pitt Lake
in or Ier U  demons! i ite that in his l
PLANS UF NEW HAS MAINS
ARE NOW BEING PREPARED
hail was fixed at $2600 each, in ' Pipes for Construction of Mains
''       ll   of   which   thej    were   sent   to
HII BUSY DODGING DOGS
TO CATCH HYDROPHOBIA
Will
Be Imported  From   England��� Site
of Plant Not Decided Upon.
������' w York, July 19.���Dr. F. B. Jack-
it, ol  the Pasteur institute, was at
I*   ntclalr,  N. J., yesterday and  made
J'1   scientific  examination    of    David
I ���"��� .lit'eldl,  the  Montclalr dog catcher,
*ho,  according  to the  record   he  has
kept during his six years' service, has
"en bitten 8000 times by all manner
' dogs, at least one of which was af-
; ' led  with rabies.      Stelnfeldt says
Ida* hc ;.. frequently aft', tied by some
;  the symptoms which  usually  pre-
|! >)-e bydrophu In,
Wans for the laying down of tbe
gas mains ol the proposed new gas
manufacturing company, which li to
ruu in opposition to Mr. Cunning!
plant, are being prepared by Mr, '^l>-
ius. tu.e promote.- of the Royal City
Gas Co.. ami C. Ft. Marquardt, the
company's engineer. A large Scale
map of Una city has been drawn out,
and on this are being traced all the
mains  and  connecting pipes.
The site of the proposed works has
not yet. been decided upon, although
at present the West end of the city
is favored. All necessary pipes will
e ordered from Kngland. as it is the
intention of the corn-at." io lii'.v down
a first class system Of mains.
., . ii :..,:|.  : ;   i irse power
    ��������� i i   "J. C.   Eh ice," be has
 ael thai is well eq      led tor the
ol i..'. ring to the d iwn rivi i
��� nger and lign; i reis lit traffit
between this city and Steveston u I
Intermediate points, Capt, Bruce tool
a party of friends up to f'itt lake /US-
terday, leaving the it. & K. wharf
Shortly after 10 a. m., and ret tuning
.. seven o'clock In the evening, the
round trip. Including several stops o"
the way. occupying less than nine
hours.
[I had ibeen the intention of Capt.
Brace's guests to .picnic at Bridal
Veil Falls, hat the high water at the
lake rendered this an Impossibility,
the tine gravel beach being entirely
under water. After viewing the beauties of this waterfall, the boat was
headed for the opposite side of the
lake, where a convenient spot to camp
temporarily was discovered after some
strenuous exploring.
The swollen condition of the Fraser wns noticeable throughout the
journey, the banks of the river being
submerged at several places. Near
GUley's  rock  quarry, a  fair sized  Is
and  noted  '. ii   the excellence ol
bay crop, had  been transformed Into
i   vi rj   good   imitation of  _   rice
' irlng tlie rainy .eason in India.
At Pltl Meadows a tew acres ol
'and  are  under water,  but  there does
not appear to have been anj damage
i. suiting from this annual evi nl
���Some line cattle herded ou John Oliver's ra__ch at this point were noi iced
from   the   boat,
Wright island, ihe government pe
nal settlement at Pitt lake, was close.
ly scrutinized by the members of the
party. None Of the convicts were
visible, It being Sunday they were
not occupied at their usual task of
qua fry ing. but a good view of the
buildings and quarry was obtained.
Several excellent photographs of the
scene were taken.
The J. C. Bruce wlll commence its
regular run down river today, and as
it is a swift traveller and fitted up
with every possible comfort, a large
measure of trade should be accorded
it by residents of Steveston and way
points, as wall as by merchants Of
this city. Every courtesy is shown
pas.sengers by genial Captain Bruce
and his energetic assistant. PttMOr
Whltesides,
Victoria,  July   19.-  What  promises
to be a very rich run of gold Ore hns
ecu discovered in the quartz rock
mar Lawn Point, in the Quatsino
Sound district. The quartz is running In i slate formation beneath a
-.ui race ": Igneous rock whicli i-. rei
solid .md undisturbed, in striking con-
is   |   to  most  other  qua_ lz  Ioi illations
in   British Columbia,  where  (he   rock
-eeins    to   hive     i.een    slllljected    lo    ,i
process   of   upheaval   sad   contortion,
and      from      this    hopeful    sign   it    is
i thought   that   the   new   discovery   wiil
yield   good   results.
A tug has been sent n\i to the scene
-of the new strike in connection with
local Interests, bul as >t.t no machin-
of any account has .."on installed,
FINISH   EASTERN   SECTION
IN   NEXT   TWO   YEARS
Ottawa, July 19.���The transcontinental railway commission has Issued a call for tenders for the construction of all the remaining links
in the eastern division of the new
lino between Winnipeg and Moncton.
Those are all In Northern Ontario
nnd Northern Quebec and amount in
the aggregate to 575 miles. The tenders must he In by August 20, and it
is provided that the work must he
completed   by   the end  of  December,
lino.
Tacoma, July 10.���J. E. Tilton, alias
William Riley, alias Koy Sommera,
who was .arrested here Saturday
night and was held here until twlay
tor attempted .burglary on charges
preferred by Portland officials, came
near making his escape this morulas*:
by sawing the bars of the cell in
whicli he was staying. Detective tTttt-
gereld beard the prisoner whistling.
and. growing suspicious, he went to-
investigate. He arrived just in time
to save his bird, who had heen. whistling to drown the noise of the saw.
and had almost succeeded In >.i achinp
freedom.
TROOPS ORDEREB OUT TO
PREVENT STRIKE TROUBLE
Birmingham, Ala., J-uIy 19'���Sober!
Gardner, a leput) sheriff, was fatally
wounded, and at ha.-' a dozen minors.
were mole or less B* riously hurt. OF
tlie result, ol an attack on a BRttfel
bearing Btrike breakers to take the
places of striking union miners at ,let-
fei aon,  near  here,  today.
Governor Comer lias ordered a conipany of cavalry Irom Montgomery to
the scene, and troops already on the
ground are under arms and will patrol the district tonight, preventing
fiirlli"r  disorders.
NEGRO   PASTOR   GETS
AWAY   WITH   $8,430
Hockford. ill., July 19.���I. W. Bess,
porter at the Manufacturers' Tiank,
pastor of the AfrlcanMethodist ctturcl.
at Relviderer, 111., and a leader In negro church circles in Rockford, tbhs
afternoon stole |8,420 from the vaults
of the bank In which be was employed, and for three hours was a fugitive
from justice. He was captured kite
this afternoon when a satchel oon*-
tainlng the money was recovered..
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  JULY
ULY J��. 19Q|
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7fcis Is My 57th Birthday
Duke of Sutherland.
The Duke of Sutherland, who is reputed to be the largest private
land-owner in Great Britain, was born July 20, 1851. He possesses
about 1,400,000 acres of land, besides some of the finest private
houses in England. He is famous for his lavish expenditure and
princely hospitality. As a philanthropist he has earned the gratitude of hundreds of poor people, and his magnificent London mas-
slon, Stafford House, is always at the disposal of any of his friends
who wish to entertain for the sake of charity. Tlie Duke is well
known as a sportsman and a traveller, and Is the owner of several
magnificent yachts. He is also keenly interested in politics, and
sat in the House of Commons as a Liberal for twelve years. Considering his ability, however, he has never taken a very prominent
part in public life. Several years iigo his name was mentioned in
connection with the Governor-Generalship of Canada, but the ex-
,-ected appointment failed to materialize. The Duchess of Sutherland is known as a great beauty. She has published several books
and a few years ago she wrote a successful play for Ethel Barry-
more.
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OATS UN BE GROWN IN
|THE FARTHEST NORTH
Sample of White Oats Grown on Farm
in 63 Degrees North Latitude Run
46 Pounds to Bushel.
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will jdand any strain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
I_et us have your order for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay first
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
RYALL'S
Ottawa, July 10.���The report of the
standing committee of the House of
Commons on agriculture notes that
the superintendent of railway lands,
Mr. Young, who ihas spent twenty
years   in   Western   Canada,     pointed
Constantinople, July 19.���Three hundred prisoners, helpless In their cells,
were among the 2000 victims of a
flood that has swept Sivas, Turkey,
in Northern Asia Minor, news Of I out that wheat is successfully raised
which  has just been  received here,    at Port Simpson.    Dr. Thompson,  M.
At the first intimation of danger the; p-   for  the  Y''1<��'1-  presented  to  the
;..ii.....   ��   i      in. . .       li i committee   a   sample   of  white   oats
jailers  fled   without making anv   pro-1 '
I grown on a farm in 63 degrees north
vision for the prisoners. , ....   ,,     .,,.. , ,      .   ,
1 latitude.     This   sample,   analysed   by
The flood Is the worst in the history   Seed  Commissioner Clark, was found
Of that part of the country.   The loss '��� to run forty-six pounds to the bushel
of  life,   coupled   with that  at   Lokat, j and to he an exceptionally fine sam-
ftfty   miles  northwest ,of Sivas,   four, ple of white oats of superior milling
days ago, sets a new  record  in  dis- ! quality.
asters. I
Mosquito SCARE
Does the work.   Try it.
At Ryall's Drug Store
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SOLE MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
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J     This Date in History     I
July  20.
1785���Mahmud II., Sultan or Turkey,
bom.    Died in 1S36.
1850���Thomas Oorwln, of Ohio, became secretary of the treasury.
1861���Confederate Congress met at
Richmond.
1864���General Early defeated by Gen-|ern pacific were out of commission.
eral   Averill   at   Martinsburg,
Virginia.  '
1866-Austrians  defeated the  Italians j        Ne|son,_ Time  Has changed.
at Lissa.
M.    Prevost    i'_. m     i.,���nh!    Nelson,   July   19.���Nelson    .adopted
Southern   Pacific   Sheds   Burn.
Reno,���Nev., July 19.���News reached
here late this afternoon from Carlin,
New, a small place of 300 inhabitants
on the Southern Pacific, that a fire
starting from an unknown origin had
destroyed the supply sheds of the
Southern Pacific Railway company
containing thousands of feet of lumber and other supplies, entailing a bi-r
loss. Xo details could be otbalned
because all wires east on the South-
orce
Three
lackages
for
25c.   Sells re
B  ���
larly at '
wo pad-
ages
for 25c.
We have some
No
1 potatoes
at
$1.50 per
sack, or
fift
,��� pounds for
35c.
This is ;
low pr;
ce,
as they ire
��� -:���
scarce.
t The Season Has Arrived for You to j
j Preserve Strawberries!
STO
idol,     French i
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Mountain  time at   midnig.it, one Jnmr
minister al Washington, committed suicide ! faster  than   formerly.    C.   P.  R.  and
50���General Manuel Gonzales elect- ��� cit>' tinie w111 in   '''���t"-'*-' be in  force
ed president of Mexico ' 'lere-    The banks, churches and busl-
181���Sitting Bull surrendered at Fort nesa hoi,ses will all .adopt city time.
They are in fine condition, and are to be
had' cheaper at the PUBLIC  SUPPLY
STORE than any other store in town.
Call  Us Up  and  Give  Us   Your  Order
THE X
Public Supply Stores gkk adams |
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Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster.   B.   C.
Phone   92.
Buford.
J-SS4���First message received at Bos- I
ton over the Bennett-Mackay i
cable. J
!S9:i���Boycotting decided to lie legal j
by the supreme court of Min-1
nesota.
1901���Intense heat prevailed In the'
eastern and central parts of'
the  United   States.
1902���John \V. Mackay, American financier and promoter, died in
London.
1906 Peace signed between Salvador!
and Guatemala.
1907���Thirty killed and man; injured
In a wreck on the Pere Marquette railway ne ir Salem
Mich.
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Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
Steel Plant Shuts Down.
Sault St.. Marie, Ont., July 19.���j
rhe planl of the Algoma Steel com- i
pan., a subsidiary of the Lake Superior corporation, was shut down today without previous announcement,
More then 1000 men are thrown out
ol work.
Tenders Wanted
Westminster-Chilliwack
Raailway
Tenders  will  he  received    by    the |
undersigned, up  to   12 o'clock    noon, !
Thursday, 23rd July, for the clearing, \
grading,  etc.,  of the second section, j
l.wcnty-six miles,   Cloverdale   to Ab-
botsford, of the above railway.
A marked cheque equal to five per
cent, of the amount of tender must
accompany all bids.
Specifications and all other information can be obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tenders not
necessarily accepted.
CHAS. GARDEN, C. E.,
B. C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ,
Westminster Ave., Vancouver. B.C.
July Sth, 1908.
The Big Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
Still Goes on at the "Big Clothing House"
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
��� The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED -1 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A .SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY. m
New Westminster Branch.     F. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Owing to the backward season we find
ourselves overstocked
with
Summer Goods
which we have to sacrifice. Our loss is
your gain.
In two-piece, same in three-
piece summer suits, tweeds
and worsteds.
Three-piece, dark  color, 99.00;
yours   for    $6.00
Two-piece Ughl an 1 me Hum
colors, $10.00. tiow  . .$6.50
Two-piece light and me Hum
colors, |11.00; now  . .$7.50
Two-piece light and medium
colors,  $12.00;   now   . .$8.00
l
Two-piece light and medium
colors, $13.00; now  . .$9.10
Two-piece llijht and medium
colors, $15.00; now. .$10.50
Bays' Clothing, Bathing Suits, Men's Shirts, Men's Ties.
All Included in the Big Sale
Phillips, The   Wardrobe  Clothier
COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS V PRESTON
P. O. Box   3-45 'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW WESTMINSTEB
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
>��������> M.D������i ��m��	
��� S.S-   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
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Lynoptis     of    Canadian     North-Weit
Homestead   Regulations.
I  Any even numbered section of Do-'
Linion lands ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan ni"! Alberta, excepting ii and 26,
tot reserved, may he homesteaded by j
Ljiv person who is the sole head of a
Emily, or any male over 18 years of J
lei    to the extent of one-quarter sec-)
fee.11 of ISd acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     he j
Bade In person  by  the applicant at
I Dominion Lands Agency   or   sub-i
Ig, in y  for the district in which the i
Fund Is situate.   Entry by proccy may,:
lowever,   be  made  at  an agency  on
kcriain conditions by the father, inoth-
L, son, daughter, brother or sister of
L;   intending homesteader.
I   i be homesteader is rejulred to per-;
Lini the homestead duties under one!
Li the following plans-
1(1)    At least six months' residence
���l.oii  and  cultivation of the land  In
L b year for three years.
I (2)    A Homesteader  may,  If he so
������ssires,  perform the    required    rest-
���ence   duties   by   living  on     farming:
Li:: I owned  solely   bv   bim.   not  less
I)      eighty  (80)  acres In extent, in j
|l.,   vicinity of his homestoad.   Joint
���waership in land will not meet this (
If-| Jiement
I tf tbe father (or motiier, If the
L        ... deceased) of a homesteader'
L    permanent residence on  farming;
L   .  owned solely  by   hini,  not  less
El       eighty (80)  acres  In extent,  iu
l)    vicinity of the homestead, or up-
l:    , homestead entered  for liy him
m the vicinity, such homesteader may
���eriorm iiis own residence duties by
���Ting with the lather  (or mother).
I  i n    The term "vicinity" In tlie two j
���receding   paragraphs   is   defined    as
���leaning not more than nine miles in j
��� direct  line, exclusive of the width!
fcf   road   allowances  crossed     in     the
measurement.
T i.i A homesteader intending to
lerform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land own-]
L' by himself must notify the agent
lor the district of such intention.
[ Six months' notice ln writing must
���<> given to the Commissioner of Do-
liiiiion Land, at Ottawa, of intention
lo apply for patent.
W.  W. f'OHY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
I N,   B.���Onautnorlsea publication   if
*1_',.    advertir.enient   will   not  be   paid
*r.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way jx-rts, witb passengers aud  freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf,
New   Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a- m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R. WHITaWORF. Secretary.
sunlig
soap
five
cents a bar
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
ail the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and  follow  directions.
SUPPLIES REACH
HAZELTON SAFELY
No Further Danger of Shortage of Provisions at
Distributing  Centre.
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MORRIS (Non leakable).
VV. C. CHAMBERLIN The -"""-* :
All possibility of shortage in supplies for Hazelton and the Interior
points for whicli it is the distributing
centre Is removed, the announcement
'.'mt the Hudson's Bay company's Hm'
steamer Porl Simpson reached Hazelton on Wednesday morning with all
the freight thai wns offering at Port
Essington up to her departure. Over
600 tons of freight have been taken
up the Skeena so far this season by
the two -tern-wheelers, leaving only
a comparatively small amount to be
handled.
The almost unprecedented conditions on tlie Skeena which have prevailed since the opening of navigation
this season have rendered the maintenance of a through service from
Port Essington to Hazelton extremely difficult. Willi the steamer Hazelton running from Kitselas canyon to
Hazelton during the time that the
canyon was Impassable and the high-
powered Bteamer Porl Simpson operating below thai polnl it has been possible for the Hudson's Hay company
I to keep up communication by a Bhorl
portage across the canyon.    Owing to
i tne Simultaneous arrival of several
large shipments at Hon Essington,
���here was, for a few days, something
i] reaching r.i congestion, but (this
was speedily relieved, the Port Simpson leaving Essington last trip with
every available pound of freight
aboard.
Reports from Kitiias Canyon indicate that through navigation wlll
be possible without interruption after
this   week.
P. O. Box  474.
Tel.
Res. 429
Jar
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
.Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Hences,   Crest-
ings. Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
ELACKSMITHING
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
ENIiUSl TO BETRAUE
LANGUAGE OF JAPAN
���-
m
Ijwiiisi.. uf Canadian  Homestead
itl!(|llliltllin.S.
., available Dominions landB with-
... railway belt iu British Colum-
maj be homesteaded by any person
is the sole head of a family, or
ny male over 1_ years of age, to the
'Stent of one-quarter section of Iiii)
i re . wore or less.
Entry must be male personally at
he local land office for the district in
loch the land is situate. Entry by
roxy may, however, be made ou cer-
n conditions by the father, mother,
a. daughter, brother or sister of au
Intending homesteader.
The home.-leader is required to per-
form the conditions connected therewith under < ue of the following
plans:
ti-    At leasl s;x months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land   In
��� ach  year for three years.
(2)   ir the father ior mother, if the
r   is   deceased),     of    the     honir-
��� r resides upon a farm In    the
ty   of  ihe laud  entered   for,   the
��� ments as  to  resilience may  lie
���   l by such person residing with
lather or mother.
i    If the   i ttler bas his -,.��� rman-
n sidenco ii| on farming 'and own
him In the vicinity of his home-
I he r iquli ��� ments   as    to resl-
���   maj    ���    ati Qe l by    resldi aci
"ii  the raid land.
months' notice in writing should
lie giv* n to the Commit sioner of Dom
Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
for patent.
COAL.���Coa] mining rights may be
��� ! for a period of twenty-one .v ars
nt  an  annual rental  of  $1   |K*r  acre.
Not    more    than 2660 acres shall    be
leasi -I to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of live cents per
ton shall he collected on   the   merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,
New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam.,  Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch*" open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, |7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.     Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewairy, etc.. etc.
Watch ������'-pairing: enarges reasonable
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
San   Francisco,    July   19.���English
will   be  the  commercial   language  of
1 Japan within a few years if the prediction made today by B. A. Phillips,
- English   Instructor   of   the   Japanese
training ship Taisei Maru, now in this
'harbor, comes true.    Phillips says the
English language is rapidly being adopted in Japan and is included in the
| course- of  all  the principal  universities and secondary schools there.
OVER  THE  HOUSt.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
PUREST, STRONGEST, BEST.
Cwtiiii no Um, Uunalt, l��_e, PkniUa, ��i��. I��|_rtat
E.W.GILLETT ffifffK
TORONTO. ONT.
Notice
Telephone communication has mtn-a
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT        MEADOWS.
HAMMOND. HANEY. Other offices
on the line to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice will be given
as additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.
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To Rksi'onsihi.B Peopub.
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and
RED
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL IH.400.0C0.0O
RESERVE       *11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New foundland, and   in   London,   England,
New  York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.8.A., and Mexico City.     A i.en-
eral Banking Business Transacts.
Letters of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents in all  Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank   Department.     Deposits  received in _ii_is of $1 and upwards,
and interest alloweit at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
\*   W   WESTMINSTER BHANG H. <i. D. BRYMNER, Mana��!<**-
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lnterurban    Line.
."ars ror Vancouver ;*-nd wav
stations will run every ha'.r-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Las!
ear leaves at 11 p, Dft,
(Last car lv. Vancouver n *-0.)
Cars leave the depot every
* twenty mi:mtes for both Bap-
t perton and city limits ever the
i   citj  Hue.
City Line: Cars leave tram ���>
office on the hour, twenty min- ��
utes after and forty minutes r.f- *
ter. commencing at ���:2n a. m. ���
Sapperton Line: Cars leave {
at ten minutes after the hour, J
half past an*J fifty mtautes after ���
tbe hcur, commencing at C:30
a. ro.
Sunday Service   hall-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Points   to   Observe   When   Choosing   ���
Home.
When selecting a home be .-"-aire
that the cellar walls and floor art
perfectly dry.
That tlie drainage, sanitation and
heating arrangement.. are all they
should be.
See that the cooking faeilitie. art
right and that the bathroom is modern and sanitary.
Make _ure that there is plenty ol
pantry and closet room.
There should be two pantries in
the kitchen, a china closet in the
dining room, a large clothe., closet
in each bedroom und a big cupboard
for linen.
Pay particular attention to the
walls and papering, and if there U
any doubt about the last tenants
stipulate to have the walls .craped
and repapered.
Look to all the little things, such
as window fastenings, dom* locks,
etc., and arrange to have these fixed
before signing the lease.
Have all items of agreement put
down in writing.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate?,
Family trade a  specialty.
rei. 113. Office   Eight strJ-ft
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
llluitratiom are Exact Siz>  m
Evei y pea guaranti < .1  -S
full li Kt. ticUa Ouiti -cul
, on tight liutui may be hml
iu   either  our   standard
black, opaque pattrtu, oi ,
Noa-breakable Tranapai- h
eat. a.s desired, either mj
plain or engraved finish
as preferred.
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Popular Hup *'-r�� Ink Pom N
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ba i-t.m.'il lu nny i mill ���'���
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nny   Ri sla nl  .���."������. 1 '
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and Yukon ��oufe
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATL1N.
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   nnd
FAIRBANKS,    Daily  trains   (tvepi
Sunday)    carrying   pa.senger.,   mail.
express    and    freight    connect    with
.tages at Carcro.s and WHitc Horse
maintaining a through winter service
Foi information app'iv tc
J   H. ROGERS, Traffic   Man*fft
,    yaacpuvor, B  *-
"The Milwaukee^
'Ths Pior.����r Limited" St Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
No trains in the service on any
railrpad in the world that equal ir,
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil
vaukee S St. Paul Railway. The\
iwtl and operate their own keeping
���in! ''-'^ ,.- ;rg on all! their trams and
iive '.!-. I ^ tions an excellence o
��('!'�����      i     , btainable eJaewhere.
,'*.'  ..   ROWE. Cener*.) *.gent
t* 't i.ir.i *,k. cor AM" "Po'tland. Or
The Housewife's Week.
Monday   is   the   universal   wus-b
day.
On Tuesday tho ironing is done.
Wedne.day keep for mending and
cleaning the silver.
A good day to have gue. ts to dinner is Wednesday.
On Thursday the upstairs clear,
irg may be done.
This leaves Friday for the down
itaira cleaning,
Saturday _�� *B>eoUl balrinc t.uv.
Pctlsl Cdltort end Jsll.
Some Polish editors have c h_r-_
time. In a pnrtinjr **ord to bis waders the ret ir ir'./ proprietor of the
Polish paper Qornoslazak Bays that
during the live years of the pa;icr'_
existence the responsible editors
have spent four and a half years iu
prison, while 63,750 has been paid
a fines.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
ttshiug Company, Limited, at their
nCfioee corner of Sixth and Front
���tsaote, New  Westminster, B. C.
C A. Paige Managing  Director
of the blackest, type, that, apart from
the  western  section,    the  Transcon-
! tinental road from Moncton to Winnipeg would cost $230,1100,000.    As    Mr.
I Graham proved, a more flagrant political fabrication Vas never perpetrated.
I .Mr. Borden himself had placed the cost
I of construction from Moncton to Winnipeg at $114,398,765, and the Minister
of Railways accepted    that   estimate,]
NORTHERN WIRELESS
APPARATUS NOT DAMAGED
<a__N_oNi*g35fls>
MONDAY, JULY 20,   1908
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DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do not forget that Liberal government designed a low tariff whicli produced a large revenue .and made it
poasslble to build great public works
without any large increase In the pub-
lie debt.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
POLE LINE ONCE MORE.
Mr. Hodge, construction superintendent of the B. C. Telephone company,
takos exception to that portion of a
i-ecent article of ours in whicb we
suggested that his persuasiveness
should not compel the aldermanic
board to grant 'permission to erect
poles across Prospect park, he having
had written permission In his pos-
���QBSion for some time. This in no
way detracts from our estimate of his
strong persuasive ability, and we are
pleased to know that he has at last
discovered that it was totally unnecessary to continue the connection of
tie river telephone cable with the
lino on Columbia street or Prospect
park when it is possible to connect
with a line or lines on Front street.
IL is now decided to convey the other
lim-s via Agnes street and keep off
Prospect park. \Ve are glad that
Mr. Hodge has had his vision cleared
and take to ourselves considerable
credit, for being the means of preventing the disfigurement of that beautiful  spot.
We  are  of   opinion   that   the company   would  save  money in the  long
run liy putting a cable under Prospect
park and keeping their pole lines as I
r'ar as possible on the lanes or small j
Streets,   This view, Mr. Hodge assures j
us coincides  with his,  but  his  com-
pany   he   says   would   not   stand   the
first cost.   We believe yet that a con- j
ference between the heads of the Tele- ]
phone company and the city  council |
would  result  In    this    course    ibeing
adopted.     We     are   pleased   to   learn I
from Mr. Hodge, thai Xew Westminster will have an up-to-date service by.
Christmas Day, this year; the emancipation although long deferred    will ij^-j
J*.' gladly welcomed when it becomes 111
fact
but he conclusively showed that the
leader of the Opposition had not been
so accurate in his other figures.   Mr.
Borden  had cooly  assumed  that   the
government would be called upon to pay-
interest for three years in addition to
I the first seven,  but,  as  Mr. Graham
j pointed   out,   that  contingency  would
| only arise in the event of the Grand
! Trunk Pacific  failing to pay its way
| after the first seven years of operation, rent free, and as he declined to
believe that the Grand Trunk Pacific
would be in that position In 1918    he
claimed that the $11,196,290 added by
Mr. Borden for interest from 1918 to
1921  should be struck out.
Then the leader of the Opposition
had included the cost of the Quebec
bridge, $14,422,238, in his estimate of
the cost of the Transcontinental, ignoring the fact that the Quebec bridge
was an undertaking quite apart from
the Transcontinental. Accordingly that j
item had also to be deducted. Mr. I
Graham next showed that Mr. Borden
hail, without justification, added large
sums to his estimate for the terminals
at Moncton and Winnipeg, and that
the leader of the Opposition had overestimated the cost of the line from
Moncton to Winnipeg to the extent of
nearly $39,000(000. In a few telling
passages the Minister of Railways
brought the real 'issue home to his
hearers, when he declared that what
the country .wanted to know was the
extent of burden it would have to bear
and the ibeneflts it would get In return.
That iburden would, according to his
estimate, amount to $38,163,976, or an
annual sum of $1,144,919, and for that
expenditure the country would own a
railway 1,S00 miles in length and the
finest on the American continent. The
means of transportation would be immeasurably improved, the products of
the people would move quickly and
cheaply, find a wider and better market, and the developement and general prosperity of the Dominion would
Washington, D. C, July 19.���Late
reports received by the chief signal
officer indicate that the wireless stations at Nome and Fort Gibson can be
established by next fall. Previous reports were that the apparatus Intended for Nome was damaged on the
steamer Ohio as a result of the Injuries to the ship by the ice and could
not be used.
Later Information is that signal
corps officers in Alaska will be able
to equip the .Nome station. Reports
also came here that the equipment
for the station at Fort Gibson also
was damaged, but they proved to be
groundless.
RUBBER STAMPS
No more need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail  orders filled same day as received.
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &   SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamp*"
NOTICE
Impounded���July 11, one grey horse,
with foretop clipped.    Unless claimed
before Thursday, July 23, at 10 a.m.,
same will be sold to defray expenses.
G. D. McMURPHY,
Poundkeeper.
Tenders Wanted
be greatly  advanced."
We shall have something to say
further on the fiscal question in tomorrow's issue.
Sealed tenders, marked Tenders for
Excavation, will be received by the
undersigned up to noon on Monday,
the 20th of July , for excavating basement, of K. of P. hall, southeast corner
of Eighth and Agnes street, New
Westminster, B. C.
Plans may be seen at the office of
W. D. Goodfellow, architect, Dominion
Trust Block.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
f. Mcintosh,
Secretary Building Committee.
Box S. New Westminster, B. C.
I
Reid & Co.
Successors   to  H.   L. DeBeck
TO THE-
Successful
Buyer
We Extend  a   Special   Invitation
to    Visit   Our   Store   During Our
Great Cut Price
Stock Reducing Sale
There Are Many Reasons Why
You Should See Our Goods Before
Buying, and They Are All Summed
Up in the Prices We Quote and the
Quality of Goods We Offer for Sale
j Reid & Co.
i
Successors   to   H*   L.  DeBeck
y"
-"Thirty feet to the gulf."
BORDEN IN THE MUD.
When the telegraphic dispatch came
wiih  Mr. Borden's speech on the cost
Of  the   Grand   Trunk   Pacific   railway,
m   which he  piled   up  figure.,  for  the
purpose of rushing them out tor campaign   literature  before  any    answer
could be made and when his attention
was culled to this phase of his action i
lie had noi  the manliness to withhold1
distribution.   We   hereunder  give  the
arrangement entered Into by Mr, Graham and Mr. Foster:
������Ottawa, July 12.��� The latesi  phase
of the campaign of misrepresentation
tbat is being waged by the Opposition
was effectively ^exposed In the House
on Saturday by lion. Geo. P. Graham,
who in a speech eminently practical,
and yet inspiring In Its optimism, laid
bare the facts  concernng thai  meat
undertaking, the Transcontinental Rail-
,wf,y     o.er  which  the    Conservative
press  nas  by   flagrant   deception  en-
i laavored to create a panic throughout
tfien country.    The circumstances giving rise to tlie latesi Opposition out-
ireak were peculiar.   The Minister of
JiuUv-'i-*.. _ Hani Intimated his Intention I
ot malting a statem< nt upon the Trans-1
: ��ntinental on Tuesday evening, .but at I
the request or Mr. Foster he consented |
to defer it  until a  later occasion.    To I
i he  surprise of everybody,    and   the
Minister  of Railways    in   particular,
however, Mr. Borden suddenly rose In
bis   place  <>n  Tuesday   evening    and
proceeded to make an elaborate   and
carefully-'prepared    criticism    of  the
oobI nf the Transcontinental, his.conclusion, bused on  bis own figures, be- i
injj*   that   the  undertaking   In   its   en- !
live'v*  would   COSl     lie   country  $250,-
000,000.    Having given his pledge to
Mr. Foster that he would not make hla
statement  on  Tuesday evening,    Mr.I
Grab aim refrained from replying to Mr,
Borden, and this was al once construed I
i.\ flre Conservative press as either fl
sign 01   weakness or an act of   discourtesy.
"Not content with this m'flreprefcenta-1
tion,  Urn Opposition  newspapers  apparently thought that, the party cause  91
���would  not  suffer if Mr.  Borden's flg-! 18
urea  were  padded  a bit,  and  so  fer
days the country  rang with the stajr-
.���_-��-ring news, emblazoned in headlines
Today's
BUSINESS 	
We've been busy all week un
packing new summer goods from
(fflthe very best eastern markets.   From Boston we
��0 have received several lines of ladies' tan and golden
61 brown Gibson Tie Oxfords.    From Toronto a line of
H
Snappy Shoes
FOR
Ladies' White Canvas Blucher^Cut Oxfords.    Regu-
for
Hijlar $2.50 shoes. Selling today for $1.75. Also
J Misses' and Children's White Canvas Shoes, the
jj very newest styles. For men we are showing some
;tt|new lines in Patent Leather and White Canvas Goods.
fo Our $1.75 American Canvas Shoe for men is a wonder.
S Everybody is asking for them���Get a pair today
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Mike no mistake, but starl your orchard right, b
HOME NURSERY, where pou are not bothered with : imlga
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trw
can handle your order, no matter what  the size,    it' we    he
agent ih your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices,
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseriefs, Ltd.
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ARE YOUR EYES I
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have then* ei
amiiied. We make no ch trgi
for testing your eyes. All wort
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Gifford!
Jewelry   Store.
'fl  \ TRAVFR<\ AUCTIONEER and
5*
y5y��'   All   business   in   this  line  guaranteed  :
l****. Prions A 243.
1    Auction  sale  every  Friday  mornh.    !
 ion the Market square.
We keep dressings for all kinds of
Canvas Shoes- Blue, white, brown
and gray. Also silk and braid
mohair laces to match the above
colored shoes.
Buy Your Shoes
Today From
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Beet.
New Westminster
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FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
What They All Say
"I   didn't   know   we  could
get such sooil work in Wee,:
minster."
These are the words uf one
of our customers  (a profe i
slonal manl   when     we    delivered      a      new      lnt     of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODtllATfc PRUE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Choice Meats at
and   H_.AT.NG     \^M   M��lt   MiM
         j Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
Front Street    Trust Bloc. I ��.*!__�� "��,.�����..-���.,
I )NDAY,   JUL!   cv,   iwg
The Cash Stores T.  H.   S m i t h Tlie tesh Stores
Summer Sale News Items
Now for the Greater Enthusiasm in the
-���JULY Sa4LE���
Nothing succeeds like success; nothing incites this
store to the greater efforts like your appreciation of
the great inducements of the July sale. The summer
goods to use and wear now and for weeks ahead are
being scattered right and left, but that's not all,
every stock is being shaken up. The plum tree of
big savings is being shaken as never before, and the
plums are falling thick and fast.
Surprising value in
women's white underskirts
$2.00 VALUES FOR $1.00.
Fifty in the lot, made of fine cambric Nainsook
and Spanish  long  cloth;   deep  embroidery   flounce
ind tucks.   Our    regular    $2.00    line;     July    sale
price   ' "$100
40c corset covers for 25c
Three and a half dozen in the lot; made of soft
Nainsook embroidery and lace trimming; a good
selling line at 40c    July sale price  25c
The Biggest Waist
Bargain of the Season
$2 Women's Waists for $1
Eighty-three Waists of fine I/awn and   Mull   and  Swiss    Muslin;     over
thirty different and distinct  designs nicely trimmed with Valencienne lace
and shadow work embroidery.   This la a snap ..H loin offered at this season
i of the year.    Regular price is $2.00.   Your choice for  $1.00
New shipment of madras muslins
!���         Alwaya abreast ol the times.   We take pleasure in showing you for  the first   time the  new   Madras
j| Muslin in the cathedral design, the latesi thing in drapery.   \\c have as  comprehensive a range of these
iods as are to be found anywh re.   Prices from, per yard   40c to 90c
English bath towels
50c pair
Twenty-four by fifty-two inches, half blea hed
and pure white Turkish Towelling.   Jul) sale price,
pair  50c
Nottingham lace curtains
$1.50 pair
In white with  nice    applique    border.     Regular
"?-' 25.    July sale price    $1.50
80c hemstitched pillow
case for 60c
Full  bleached Cotton. 12 by li inches, beautifully
hemstitched. Per pair	
 60c
15c art muslin
for 7 l-2c
Thirty and ,t* inches wide; some double bordered,
;ht  grounds.    July  sale price 7l/',c
Wash goods at bargain prices
In fancy Organdies Batistes, Muslins; all perfect goods,   July sale price, per yard
.10c
Big savings in linen handkerchiefs
Out. of our big assortment we have  picked  these two items for your consideration:
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, 20c EACH.
MEN'S   LINEN   HANDKERCHIEFS,
40c   VALUES
In  pure Irish linen, 18 inch border. Regular
price
FOR 25c.
In  men's pure Irish linen. % and
'0 inch border.
10c each.    July sale price, each 	
..20c
Regular  _0c  each     July sale price.
each   25c
New Windsor Ties for Ladies in Great Variety
HOSIERY VALUES
HOSIERY VALUES
*V,.,.,^yHH|    75c LACE LISLE HOSE FOR 50c.
In pink, blue, grey, black and white l.aiv Lisle Hose; also a manufacturer's sample line of various em-
ildered Cashmere ��nd Lisle, ._.��� and 85c values.   July sale price, per pair  5��c
Small wares department
SPECIAL ITEMS
35c AND 40c WASH BELTS FOR 25c.
in  embroidered white Duck with fancy buckles,
etc,    July sale price    25c
Ladies fancy neckwear
All our ^Women's fancy Neckwear Is reduced tor
the balance ol thla month; also fancy Pins, Blouse
Sets and Jewelry.
Dress tweeds and colored
lustres for 30c per yard
A late shipment of fancy Tweeds and plain
Lustres. Regular 50c values .ire being shown this
wed. at, per yard  30c
2uc ginghams for 12 l-2c
A golden opportunity. A',1 our magnificent stock
of 16c and 20c Scotch Ginghams are on sale at one
price, per yard    12|'2C
T. li. Smith's
GREAT   SEMI-ANNUAL   SALE
City News
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Gulchon Hotel meals 2..C. **
Westminster will be made a centre
tor the examinations of Trinity college of music next year.
.     Not made to please the eye, but to
I please the palate.    The "B. C." and
"Old Sport" Cigars. *���
Sheriff Armstrong left on Saturday
tor the Eats*- In Winnipeg he has
business in connection with the Installation of cattlf guards on the C.
P. R. and U N. R. ���
See J. Eugene Brown'., windows for
snaps in outing suits. **
In a ragged game of ball played at
Queen's park on Saturday afternoon,
Stein's nine defeated Sinclair's team
by a score of eight runs to seven.
The match was in the nature of a
practice game.
Orand handicap bowling tournament
commences Tuesday, July 21, at Carver's bowling alley. Five prizes. All
bowlers have an equal chance. **
A meeting called for the purpose of
perfecting the formation of a local
union among the city barbers will he
held this evening, when officers will
he elected and delegates to the Trades
and  Labor council named.
We have a nice cottage ou extra
large lot, with fruit trees and .mall
fruits in rear. Ninth street, near
Queen's avenue, for short time at
$1,500, easy terms. Abbott & Hyde.
rl::-. Columbia street. **
The petition recently drafted for
| presentation to the members of the
j city council this evening, praying for
j the abolition of the opium traffic in
I this city, has 'been signed by about
twenty well known Celestials.
j    First class cut carnations only   25c
a dozen at  Davies & Son.   Telephone
,8 208. **
The  Christian  Endeavor society of
! the Olivet Baptist church is  making
j t
i no pretensions of holding a social tonight, only serving ice-lemonade at
| the close of Dr. Hall's lecture on So-
j clalism, as seasonable incidental for
��� the evening's program.
Just Read This Special
One iron bed, good strong ^n rn
spring and mattress to XX Sit
fit, for yO.J\J
We have one hundred beds to choose from-All
sizes.   Have a look.
WE MAKE AWNINGS
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LEE'S MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
A mild cij
the "Auto."
ar, but
strong on quality.
* *
speech**, but Chinese opinion in a
matter like opium smoking is a long
time taking shape.
Your outing will be incomplete without a box of "B. C." Cigars. **
Two inebriate Slwashes will make
their appearance ut the city police
court this morning. The police want
a ���claimant for a Waltaam Bilver
watch, which will be returned as.
soon as the owner furnishes a satisfactory description.
The ladles of Knox church, Sapper -
ton, are having a trolley party to
English bay on Friday evening, July
21. A special car will leave Sapper-
icn limits at 7:10 p.m. Tickets for
round trip, 50c. **
That the Westminster lacrosse team
will not go near .Montreal until tomorrow morning is the substance of
a telegram received yesterday by H.
Ryall from C. D. Peele, who tapers
off bis message w'ith au assurance
that the weather is cool. The same
information is conveyed in a message from C. A. "Welsh, who adds the
encouraging news that the boys are
ail well.
The products of the fruit lands of
the Okanagan valley occupied a prominent, place In the prize list at the recent Dominion fair at Calgary. Kel-
owna is the centre of the Okanagan
fruit district. Irrigated lands there
sell at $150 per acre on payments
spread over three years. If you want
to investigate the opportunities here
see White. Shiles & Co., 260 Columbia
street,    New West minster,  respecting
Mrs.  Capt.   Gilchrist,  who  was  tn-j*e.lr   free   *'   ' ""*"- "' ���''"������
fared  In a  tramway  accident  at Vic-
28th.
toria   lasi   week,   remains   an   inmate
of oue of the Capital City hospitals,, cau t ,
having   suffered   severely   from     the'
shock.     Capt.   Gilchrist,   who accompanied  his  wife  at the  time  of  the
accident, escaped unhurt.
Dr. Fraser and the Sunday school
children of First Presbyterian church.
Vancouver, spent a pleasant time at
queen's park on Saturday. Sports
and other amusements were indulged
in. This concludes the list of engagements at the park which have so
far been sanctioned by the City council.
Another meeting of the Anti-Opium
j league was held by the reformers In
'ihe local Chinatown last evening. The
.land   of   anti-drug   orators   gathered
round a  flag bearing the name of the
league,   and   addressed large  crowds.
Their listening compatriots appeared
to  be   -sonicwhtu   Indifferent  ito  the
Did You Ever
TRY OUR
Mosquito Powder?
Small quantity burned will
drive away the pests.
Our Mosquito Oil
rubbed over exposed parts
keep them off
Try Our Cattle Wash
$1.00 gallon.    It will keep
flies and mosquitoes off
the cattle.
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
ef tha Optical Department
The five-year-old sou of J. H. Todd
his father considerable unnecessary anxiety yesterday evening,
the youngster disappearing while Mr.
Todd was engaged in conversation
with a friend near the tram depot.
After making inquiries in all directions and satisfying himself that the
lioy had not been carried off to Vancouver on an lnterurban car, the anxious father finally discovered that the
lad had walked home, on Ninth
street, .and had been safely in bed.
during most of the time that a diligent search had been kept up for union and around Columbia street.
For cut flowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
Inspector Sam .North has been busy
all along the river examining local
fishing boats to see If there are painted
thereon the provincial license numbers. He is using the Homespun, F.
S. De Grey's fast power boat, and has
with it beeu able to overhaul flsning
outfits easily. Today he will spend
his time above the bridge, and a number of fishermen who are obeying only
the Dominion regulations are expected to be caught in the meshes of his
l<egal  net.
Hon. W. T. Daves, of Hamburgh,
Iowa, a wealthy farmer .and storekeeper, who is at present spending
a few days on the coast visitiug his
sister, .Mrs. Heay, of Vancouver, will
view Westminster city today for the
first time. He is coming over for the
purpose of taking a trip down river
on the steamer Transfer as the guest,
of hi�� nephew, J. Heay, chief engineer. Mr. Daves is well pleased with
what he has seen of the Pacific slope
and is looking forward to today's trip
with  pleasurable expectation.
The rush of gold seekers to the
Chilliwack valley and the reckless
fashion in which fires on the trail
have been lighted will result in special activity on the part of the fire
wardens. A Dominion warden is already at work there, protecting the
property under his jurisdiction, and
Provincial Fire Warden McKinley
will leave today to remind the prospectors that the timber of the provincial government is valuable as
well as gold.
Don't Fail to Take in the
BUR. Employees Picnic
AT LANGLEY
Monday, July
20, 1908
Steamers Beaver and Ramona will
leave C. P. R. Wharf at S a.m. sharp;
returning at 5 p.m. and . p.m.
-Attractions include baseball, baby
show, dancing and other sports.
Valuable prizes.
MONEY TALKS AGAIN
The following letter speaks for
itself and is another evidence of
the quick manner in which our
companies settle their claims.
A. W. McLeod, Esq.,
Agent   Dominion   Fire   Insurance
Co., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���We beg to express our
great appreciation and satisfaction
for the very prompt manner in
which you have settled our loss by
fire on Monday, for although our
claim forms were only completed
Tuesday we have today received
your company's check in full payment, just two days after our claim
was made out, and only three days
after the fire. Wishing you and
the Dominion every success,
We are, sincerely,
FEENEY & HENRY.
We can give you a lower rate too
than other offices if you have a
good risk. Let us quote you our
figures.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG RLOCK.
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Their Importance   In the   Eyes of thi
Indian  Native.
India la so vast thnt different etl
queues prevail ln different districts
"We bav��> no standard etiquette, nc
standard dress. We mostly copy Eu
ropean etiquette while with Europeans
Even a Bengalese shakes hands with 4
Bengalese, gpraks in English for a fe-w
minutes and then breaks forth into tbe
���vernacular. We shake hands with ;
European on parting, but by mlstak<
again touch the hand to the brow In i
salaam, so we both shake hands
salaam and do the like, and ns> sobe'
mlbded European ever cared for th<
anomaly.
The umbrella le the emblem of royal
ty, the sign of a rajah, so natlvei
generally fold their umbrellas befor*
s rajah and not before anybody else.
however great. It ls not a part of tht
dress, but a protection from the rain
or sun. a necessary appendage, jusl
like the watch and chain. You mlghl
as well ask a European to take ofl
his waterproof coat. A cooly is nol
bound to fold his umbrella when r
brigadier general rides past. But ��
menial generally closes down Ihe'um
brella on seeing his master, whom h��
considers his king. But no Indian,
however humble, ought to fold up tht
umbrella, even before a magistrate, be
cause he Is neither the mastor of tht
humble passerby nor his superior o��
cer. nor is he bound to salaam hi*_a
But If he dees, no harm. In a word,
natives   generally   fold   the  umbrella ll"   "
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
SOCIETIES.
******** ******* A
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:35,
17:26 and 19:35.
Arrive  at    .New  Westminster 9:20,
IS: 35 and 20:40.
arrives    12:45
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 u.m
before a master or a superior offlcet !     Overland    express
and  not  any  other  citizen,  howevei j leaves 15:15.
great, and this Is no insult.
While going to se# a nntivt chief In
his palace the native visitor or official
takes   off  his  shoes   if  the  reception   ^- N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
room has a farash and the rajah is sit , P--*-0-*
ting on his musnud,    But if he is re j V.   W. & Y. VANCOUVER
ceived In the drawing room, furnished ( Lv  N "w '3 p m'  and 9:B5 p ���,.
after the  European  style,   tht.  shoe.    ^  Vancouver 8 35 a-m., ^ 4 p.m.
are allowed. In some states oo nt
tlves can go to a rajah without a pa
gree. In others the pugree is takes
off and tossed at the feet of a r\(ah.
It ls ridiculous in a European (troro
the Hindoo point of view) to ordf-r t
native to take off his shoes. This l_
what we ask our priest to do, so that
we may touch the dust of his feet
A munshl when mildly rebuked by hli
sahib took off his shoes, but recounted
the whole scene to his better half, saying, "Sala hamara gor ka gurds lenaj
maglna!" ("The brolher-ln-law wanti
the dust of my feet.")���Indian Military
Gazette.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave -New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p-m.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
0:50, 7:20 and _ a.m.. and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
O.O. F.���AMITY LODOE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
V O. U. W.���FRA8ER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  street
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, i.O.F. !
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the I
month   at   8   o'clock.   In  the  small I
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge ane held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday-
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles' [
hall,   Columbia   street.    A.   Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofield, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p.  m., in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.    -
���ON8 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month  tn I
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.!
���_____________---_-------________________________________     ���
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. 3
~Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col- j
umbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren w'U
be made welcome. .1. S- Lawrence,
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, recording secretary.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Red Rose Degra^meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
ln K. of P. Hall, rtniumbia St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
POINTED   PARAGRAPHS.
No man ever landed a particularly
easy position by trying to dodge work
Almost every man imagines he -would
do a lot of philanthropic stunts if h��
had the money.
Why ls it that tbe people with uot__
tng to do but sit unwind and visit art
such dreadful bores?
Borne peopl
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
5:50,  6:50,  7:20  and  half hourly  till1
11:30 p.m.
Mail Service
i
Dispatched by C. "P.
a.m.; close 6:30.
R. train at 7:15
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No.   1,   daily   e:.,^  Sun-
imagine that by beini j day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
impudent they are showing others thej : Sunday.    Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
are "as good as anybody."
When a father and son are in busl   Dispatched by B.  C. Electric railwa.
ness the son can usually tell of a lot ol j        Oo- l,: **�� a-m-
mistakes his father makes. Vancouver,  No.   1,   dailyexcept Sun
Almost any married man can mak�� j days,   Return mail received 10 a.m.
his friends smile by saying he is per
fectly free to do as he pleases.
When the carbolic acid bottle findt
Itself next to the cough medicine oi
tlie shelf, Death stops sharpening hfc
scythe to lean back ajid be merry.-
AtcbIson Globe.
"Checkmate."
"Checkmate'." represents "shah matt*
���"the shah Is dead.'' 'Shah," in fact
entered our language long ago via Ars
bic and olG French, arriving in tht
form of "check." "Chess" is really
"checks," kings, and the cry ol
"Check!" means your king Is In danger
hence the verb and substantive
"ch/ck" ln all their English meanlugs-
"?heck," which was originally tht
counterfoil of a bill that served to
"check" fraud; 'checkered," from the
aspect of the chessboard, and "ex
chequer," from the checkered pattern
of the tablecloth on which the liliig'.
accounts were kept with counters. All
these we owe to the Persian sov.r
. ign's title.���London Chronicle.
The Bosnian Roasting Jack.
A curious variety of the old fash
loned roasting jack is used by tht
peasants of Bosnia and Herzegovina
when roasting sheep whole, as on tht
occasion of a wedding ceremony. Oni
often sees near a running stream _
long p de having ono end revolving
freely in a socketed peg, while th-
olher, overhanging the water, is equip-
ped with miniature paddles. This it
lhe Bosnian roasting jack, The sheep
to be cooked Is Impaled on the log
n fire is lit underneath, and whlli
the current spins the paddles and tht
pole merrily round the big Joint i>
rooked literally to a turn.���Wide World
Magazine.
Why She Was Pleased.
Tess���Did Mr. lioroui ever call on
you? Jess���Yes; he called last even
lng. I was quite delighted when th��
girl brought up his card. Tess Oh
come now. You weren't really delighted? Jess���Certainly. You see. If she
hadn't brought up his curd I might
havi' gone down to him. thinking II
���was some one else.   Philadelphia Press
���ir**-*!
Vancouver, No. 3. and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily i x-
cept Sunday. Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first mail). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coqultiam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton, No.  2;  Millsid >     I
Coquitlam, daily except Suni_.>.    ._..-
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver.
excepi Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,   Wednesdays
and  Frldaj a;   i< a. es  11  a m,
Dispatched by carrier. i;13 i>. m.:
Dispatched by G.N. Fyier, 4 n   m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. 'rain. 8 15 a.m .
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, I,,,, ..elK
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), daily ex-
cepl Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m, Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays
Clayton. Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Mombiys, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Tynehead. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received .Mondays
and Fridays,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, __.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S3, I. O. F.; C. 0.
F., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest  No. 2<i;
BOARD   OF TRADE.���New   Westmin
ster Board of Trade    meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third    Thursday    of    each    month, I
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   third
Thursday     of    February,    May, I
August and   .November,   at   8   p.   ra.
Annual    meetings    on    the    third;
Thursday    of    February.    New
members    may   be   proposed   and
elected at any monthly or quarterly i
meeting.     A. E. White, Sec.
PROFESSIONAL.
A.
rVHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO-
opposite Court House, New  Westm'.ij
ster.    Phone 143.
HITKSIDE & EDMONDS, Barri*
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
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ART IN &   McQUARRIE,   BAHR1S-
Westmlnster,    Trapp    Block,    corner
Clarkson and Lorne streets.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
bla aud McKenzie streets. New West
minster. B. C.**
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis Mock. Clarkson street. IV 'o.
Box 169.   Telephone 64.
W
F, HANS FOR D. Barrister
Solicitor, etc., Cre.-cent block
corner Columbia and McKenzii
streets, New Westminster. R. 0.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
HILL & GAUVREAU
Suited  For Something.
"Your little boy may becomi
dent some day."
"1 hardly think so. Archibald Is toe
modest und retiring."
"Cb, well, he tuny get to be vie.
president."���Philadelphia Bulletin,
The largest grasshoppers nre found
In Kmi'Ii America, where sntre specimens reach n length ef r (Inches
with r. spreud of wijjgn o*       Inches
Consulting Civil and Mining
Engineers, n. C. Land Surveyors and
Draughtsmen
I Tel. 37.
New Westminster, B.C
tv       ADVERTISE       T*
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
It You  WANT  HELP.
He Subdivl don  A of  the    ui rthwi.-:
quarter of Section 2, Township 16,
New West minster Dlsl i let,
Whereas prool of ihe loss of certificate of title number  7460 l-\  le m d
in  the name  of  Donald    Fraser,    lias
been liled lu this office,
Notice is hereby given thai l shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the Hrst publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me fn writing.
C,  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry,  Office,  New   Westminster, ll. ('., June 29, 190.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, b C
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Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
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goods the merchant has for sale.
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.*�������� 4DAY, JULY 20, 1908
THE DaAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN'
Debenture By-Law,
1908
-Law to enable the Council of the
orporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by a loan the
itm of Six Thousand Five Hundred
6,500.00) Dollars for the erection
equipment of a Fice Hall at
lueen's   Park and    for    improve
.nts and equipment for the Fire
Hall at Sapperton.
I1.REAS, It is proposed to erect
muip a Flre Hall at Queen's Park
said City and to improve and
er equip the Flre Hall at Sapper-
the said City, entailing the ex-
ture of $6,500.00.
fo WHEREAS, It appears that If
|aid sum of $6,500.00    be appro-
Ki from the general revenue of
Uty for the current year the rate
.ation will be excessive, and It
Ip.dient that such excessive tax-
| should be avoided, and the said
Bhould be raised on the credit of
lor-ioration, and that  debentures
��� Issued for that amount.
D WHEREAS,  for the  payment
Bl   on  the  debentures    pro-
t0 be issued under this By-Law,
-renting a sinking fund for the
it of the said debentures when
lit  will be necessary to raise by
Bl   rate,  in  addition  to  all  other
each year during the currency
l' said debentures,    the sum of
hundred, eighty-two and 6_-100
63)   Dollars;
Id WHEREAS, In order to raise
���aid yearly sum of Three Hund-
IKighty-two and 6��-100   C$382.63)
|rs, an equal special rate on the
will toe required to be levied on
.hole  rateable   property    of  the
lot' New  Westminster.
ID WHEREAS,  the   whole   rate-
j property  of    the said  City,  ac-
ag to the last revised    assess-
roll thereof, is Four million, one
ted    "and     fifty   thousand,   eight
led   and   eighty     ($4,150,880.00)
D WHEREAS, the total amount
existiug debenture debt of the
wity is one  million, eighty-seven
ind, one  hundred   ($1,087,100.00)
Irrespective of   the sum of
6a��^undred   and   twenty-five   thoUB-
bentures shall be applied as follows
aad not otherwise, towards paying the
cost of the passing of this By-Law
and the issue and sale of the debentures therein referred to and all expenses in connection with the said
loan; recouping the treasury of the
said City such sums as have been this
year expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures have
become available and towards the
cost of the erection and equipment of
a Fire Hall at Queen's Park and improvements and equipment for Flre
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the 1st day of August, 1908, aud
may be cited as the "Flre Debenture
By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
hould   be Issued  for that
on the
day of
City Clerk.
1908.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
Xew Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
.News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908. and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken 'on
| the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 190., between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber. Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 23, 1908.
to cause any number of debentures to  debentuiv.
be made, not exceeding in the whole  amount.
the sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00) AND, WHEREAS, for the payment
Dollars for .uch sums of money as of Interesl on the debentures pro-
may ibe required, not less than One posed to be issued under this By-Law,
hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an and for creating a sinking fund for the
equivalent expressed in pounds sterl- payment of the said debentures when
ing of the United Kingdom of Great due, it will be necessary to raise by
Britaiu and Ireland at a value of 4.866 ; special rate, in addition to all other
to the pound sterling; and all such rates, each year during the currency
debentures shall be sealed with the of the said debentures, the sum of
Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13-
Mayor aud countersigned by the Trea- ' 100 ($1913.13) Dollars;
surer thereof, or by such other per-1 AND, WHEREAS, in order to raise
son or persons as may be thereunto ; the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun-
lawfully authorized. dred.   thirteen  and   13-100  ($1913.13)
(3) The  said debentures shall    be|-����llars an equal special rate on the
payable on the first day of July, 1958, j dollar will be required to be levied on
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the appro
the  whole  rateable  property of    the
City of New Westminster;
AND,  WHEREAS,  the whole  rate-
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken Into consideration by |
the Municipal Couneil of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
' News" newspaper, which flr9t publl-
! cation took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908. between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
HEAVY JAPANESE TAXES
ARE TO BE MAINTAINED
val of the holders thereof, and shall jable property of the said City, accord-
have attached to them coupons for : ing to tfle Iast revised assessment roll
the payment of the interest at the rate !thereof. Is Four millions, one hundred
of five per centum per annum on the an-' fift>' thousand, eight hundred and
amount thereof, which Interest shall
be payable half-yearly on the first day
of January aud the first day of July
in each and every year, and the said
eighty   ($4,150,880)  Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City ls One million, eighty-seven
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
������.vice.
coupons shall be signed by the said   thousand, one hundred ($1,087,100.00)
Mayor. | Dollars,   Irrespective  of    the  .sum  of
(4) A   Bpecial   rate  on    the dollar  Ninety-nine   thousand,   five   hundred
shall ��be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable property of the City
sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures  and    to create a sinking
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Street Improvement
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908," the
"Fire   Debenture By-Law,  1908,"  and
land for the payment of the principal tne "p"bl'c   Schools    Debenture   By-
thereof when due, subject to any Act ;Law- WOS," of which none of the prln.
or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hundred ($300.00) dollars for the payment
of interest thereon,  and the  sum  of
cipal or interest is in arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
Of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) lt shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from anv person or persons, body
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($63.20) dol- l0r bodies corporate, who may be wlll-
lars to provide for the repayment of lng t0 advance the same on the credit
the principal.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the CKy of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars for extension to Market
Building.
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
fcve hundred ($125,50Q.O0) Dol- jhave this year been expended out of
���roposed to be raised under the ithe general revenue of the City   for
"H||e! ���*������������'.:���       r>��-:-eii;iire       Hy-Law,
��� '    Street  Improvement   De-
By-Law,  1908,"  the "Markel
ire  By-Law,   1908,"    and    the
Interest is in arrears.
IW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
���c. ol the Corporation of the City
|cw  Westminster   enacts aa toi
it shall be law mi tor the Mayor
e Bald I Uty to raise by way of
prom .my person or persons,bodj
lea corpo ite, who may be will-
advance the -same on the ere 111
1- bentures    hereinafter men-,
, nny sum or sums of  money,
jxceedlng in the whole the sum of
D').00, and to cause the same to be
into  the Treasury of    the said
for    the    purposes    mentioned
lln,
I) It shall be lawful for the .Mayor
lause any number of debentures to
made, not exceeding in the whole
|-sum of $6,500.00 for such sams of
By as may   be  required,  not less
$ 1 ��">0 each or an equivalent vx-
ied in jioiinds sterling of tho Uni-
iwn .dom of Great Britain aud Ire-
it a valuo of 4.866 to tho pound
ring; aud all such debentures shall
aled with the seal of the Corpo-
in, signed by Ihe Mayor and coun-
gned   by   the  Treasurer   thereof.
Iby such other person or persons ;v.-.
\y be thereunto lawfully authorised.
I ;i The said debenture*  shall   be
on the lirst day of July, 1958,
Isuch  place Or places as the Coun-
1,1 the said Corporation may from
If to time appoint, with the appro -
ll ol tb,. Iiolders thereof, and shall
i' ached to them coupons for the
15 ment of Interest at tho rate of live
It* centum per annum on the amount
of,  which  Interest shall  be pay-
half-yearly  on the  first day of
jnuary and the lirst day of July in
|''li   and  every   year,  and   the    said
upona  shall  be signed by  the said
liiyor.
tli  A   special   rate******-.!!    the    dollar
pll Ik- levied and raised In each year
addition to all other rales on all tbe
Leable property of the City, Bufflcl-
fl to pay the Interest upon the de-
'mures and to create a sinking fund
bi' the payment of the principal tnere-
when due, subject to any Act or en
|riini��nt  respecting the same.
(6) Subject as aforesaid, there Bhall
le raUed annually by special rate as
|foresal9, during the currency of the
lld  debentures    the  sum  of    Three
Bundred   and   Twenty-five ($326.00)
dollars  for  the  paymenl   of    interest
person, and  the sum of  Fifty-seven
Vid 63-100 ($57.63) Dollars to provide
|or the repayment of the principal.
(6) The proceeds ot the said de-
the construction of an extension to
the .Market Building, and it. is expedient that certain additional sums be
expended in like manner, amounting
Schools Debenture By-Law, Jin all, with the sums already so ex-
i which none of the principal |psnded, to the sum of Six Thousand
($6,000.00)   Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS ll appears that if
the said sum of Six Thousand
($6,000,110) Dollars be appropriated
from the general revenue of the City
'or the current year the rate of taxation will be excessive, and it is expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation, and that debentures
should  be  issued for that  amount.
AND, whereas for the payment!
ot interest on the debentures prooosed ;
to bo issued under this By-law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due, it will be necessary to raise by
Bpecial rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
of the said debentures, the sum of
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
20-100 ($353.20) Dollars.
AND. WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($363.20)
Dollars an equal special rale on the
dollar will be required to be levied on
Ihe whole rateable property of the
City of New  Westminster.
AND, WHEREAS the whole rate
al le property of the said City, according to the lasi revised assessment
roll thereof, is Four Million one Hundred and Fifty Thousand, eight hundred and eighty  ($4,160,880) Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt ol' the
said City Is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred ($1,087,100)
dollars, Irrespective of the sum of One
hundred and tweuty-slx thousand
($120,000.00) dollars proposed lo be
raised under the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1808," the "Fire D
I enture By-Law, L908," the "Public
Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908,"and
;the "Street Improvement Debenture
1 By-Law, 1908," of which none of the
I rlnclpal or Interest Is in arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the Citj
|ot NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall he lawful for the Mayer
ot the sa'd city to raise by was ol
loan from any person or persons,body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sunn of money not
exceeding   III    the   whole  the   sum   Of
$6,000.00, and to cans- the same to bi
;:ald into the Treasury of the said
City for the purposes mentioned
herein.
(2) It shall be lawful for tbe Mayor
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows aud uot otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to; re-
couplns the treasury ofthe City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the works herein mentioned or may
be so expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures have
become available, and In paying the
amount to become due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
iTi This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 190S, and
may be cited as the "Market Deben-
ture By-Law, 1U08."
im This By-Law,  before  the  final
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum of
Thirty-two thousand, five hundred
($112,500) Dollars, and to cause the
same to be paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
(2) It shali be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, flve
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, tor such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than One hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.SCO to the pound
isterling; and all such debentures shall
I be sealed with the Seal of the Corpo-
passlng thereof, shall receive the as- I ration, signed by the Mayor and conusant of the electors of the said city tersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
in the manner required by law. |b-v  8Ucl1 ��ther  person or persons as
Received the assent of the electors j may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
on the d iy of
Reconsidered  aud  finally
open Council the
1008.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of {he proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
Ne v Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
elect irs of the City will be taken on
the -aid proposed By-Law on the 27th
,1., ,*' July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. in. and live p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, civic Building; the
Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
g .. Tenth   street.
w. A. DUN't'W. City Clerk,
,-.       [all, -lane 26, V.'"*
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation   of   the  City    of   New
Westminster  to  raise  by   loan  the
sum   of  Thirty-two  thousand,   five
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars  for  the
construction    of   a    Reservoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, und it Is
expedient that certain additional sums
be  expended  In  completing the construction  of  the  said  reservoir    and
connecting mains,    amounting ln all,
with 'he sums   already  expended,   to
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, live
hundred  ($32,500)   Dollars;
.ND. WHEREAS, it appears that If
the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
five hundred ($32,500) Dollars be appropriated from the general revenue
of the City for the current year the
rate of taxation will be excessive, and
lt tg expedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and the
said sum should be raised on the
credit ot the  Corporation, and that
and     twenty-five
for   the   paymenl
190S. ' (3) The said debentures shall be
passed ln I payable on the first day of July, 195s,
dav of ilt such Place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may from time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, aud shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first day of
January and the first day of July, in
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(1) A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised each year.
in addition to all other rates, on all
the rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund fpr the payment of the principal
i liei eof when due, subject to any Act
or  enactment respecting the  same.
(6) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
.>.lid debentures the sum of One thoti-
iand, six hundre
($1,625.00) Dollar
of   Interest  thereon,   and   the   sum  ol
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13
100 ($1.88,13) Dollars for the repayment of the principal.
IOI The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost ot the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to, re-
C mping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been thl3 year expended
on the said works, or may he so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
completion of the said reservoir and
connecting mains.
(7) Tftll By-Law shall take effect
on the flrBt day of August, 1908, and
may lie cited a* the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the. final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open Council the day of
1908.
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess  May leaves Vancouver  tl
p.m. June 16, 17.    Princess  Beatrice
July 3 and 16.
VAN��0UVER--V'CT0RIA  ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m.  daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
N'ew Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
8-8- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot.
Mosquito Harbor iand way ports; 7th
of eacb month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino. Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 pm- dally,
except Sunday Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
v/ICTORIA-NANAlMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m.;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver    10   *.m. ever,-
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Van
couver Sunday  afternoon;   at Victoria
Monday morning, via Lidysmlth.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver  2nd  and  16th of
i vi ry   month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Prom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
mi��ster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday. Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 6 a.m.
Leave We8tham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Addl
tlonal trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5  p.m.
Economy Being Necessary,
No Large Undertakings
Will Be Proposed.
Victoria. July IH.���-News of a remarkable interview with Japanese
ministers of finance and of communications, by a deputation from the joint
Japanese chambers of commerce, is
given in mail advices from Japan. The
delegation criticised the abnormal military expenditures and financial arrangements, which they said caused
great   financial   depression.    The
Ml
minister of finance said that thi- existing armaments could not be reduced and regretted that Japan had not
had two more divisions during the recent war. This would have enable,!
the Japanese to crush the Russians
at Mukden, and to secure a Large indemnity. The deputation said that.
I economy was necessary, and the minister promised thai taxation would
not be further Increased, although the
existing taxation would ix. maintained.
AT THE HOTELS,
Russell.
-I.  IV   Hay.  Pitts'leld.  Mass.
John Greenwood, Victoria
Norman Lund. Everett, Wash.
F.  T.   W.   Tryon.   Sunderland.
1    B.   Barlow,   Port  Essington.
C. H. Smith, San Francisco.
I). S. Milligan. Vancouver.
Windsor.
N    L.   Weiborg.   Vancouver.
S, Gordon   Wall,   Winnipeg.
D. McCallum, Sllverdale.
P.  Shirley,  Ladner.
K.  Morrison, Hammond.
P. Munro, Pitt Lake.
E. Peterson,   Aldergrove.
C. Peterson,  Aldergrove.
J. Chisholm, Chilliwack.
It   Thompson, Chilliwack.
W.   P.  Haines,   Ladner.
���:..-:,.���,-
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found |
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. |
WANTED���Nurse girl to ta.ke care
Of   four  children.      Apply  Gulchon
Hotel.
S 1 T (J A T 1 () N WANTED - Stenographer; capable, experienced lumber shipping and commission; AI
references;   $60.00.    Houston,    991
Pender street. Vancouver.
WANTED���Girl about fifteen U> make
herself generally useful. Apply 131
Wellington  street,   city.
TO RENT���-Two rooms for light,
housekeeping or furnished. Apply
Empire Tailor Shop.
For   reservations   and   mtormatloti
call or address
KD   GOULET,
Agent,  New  We_.tmlni.ter.
K. J.  CO VLB.
,_��st. Oen. Paas   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Suoerlntendent. Victoria.
TO RENT ��� Large front bedroom,
furnished, at $2.00 per weeit. 121
Third street, between Queen, and
Third avenues.
TO LET��� Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without, board. Apply Gulchon hotel.
City Clerk.     Mayor.
W ESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 866, P.O,
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, tree of
charge. Branch office. 107 Cordova
street went, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
contractors
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
$76 70"' "for "Quebec" "Tercentenary   COLUMBIA    and    McNEE_.EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
P. O. Box   885.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
QUEBEC   TERCENTENARY
CELEBRATION
Via  0,   P..R.
Tickets on sale July 14, 15, and  16.
single fare double journey.
celebration, good to return till August
6th.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
Phone  431.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
light and Heavy Haulinj
OFFICE���TRAM OEMT.
Trade Marks
Designs
CORVRMHTS Ac.
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MONDAY.  JULY
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Fruit
Ladd
ers
These  Are Built
Especially    for
Picking
Fruit
Are tapering at the
end to allow easy
handling in the
branches and will
extend to suit.
BAPTISTS DISCUSS
SOCIALISM
TONIGHT
There's no economy in buying
"cheap* salt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT cost, no
more than imported salt. It u
pure and never cakes.
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ts-       ADVERTISE       "��
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THE      DAILv      NEWS
FOR BIG  RESULTS.
The Baptist Young People's Union
has secured a speaker on a very
timely and up-to-date topic, when T.
Proctor Hall, M.A., Ph.D., .M.D., lately
professor in an Eastern medical
school, of Vancouver, consented to address the members on Socialism and
its  relation to the church.
The  importance   of the  subject  Is
being felt in all circles of the world.
The great universities of both Amerl- ]
ca and  Europe have chairs endowed j
with a special view to sociological research;  most religious denominations;
have had  the subject  brought up In |
their  church  councils   and   have ap-
pointed committees to report on the |
matter; and the Socialist, party is the L,
evidence of the interest the working
Class is taking in the subject.
Dr. Hall has made a thorough research into the study, and can clear-
fly give the facts of what is at present accomplished in the subject. Any
person desiring to take an intelligent
interest in the matter must first understand all the present different
phases of it, and see what work is
being done to  reach  an  answer. <
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And Remember, at
the Lowest Prices.
Now Is the Time for
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Funeral of Willian Robertson.
The funeral of the late William
Robertson, who died at the Royal .Jubilee hospital, Victoria, on Thursday,
at the age of 27, took place yester
day from the residence of the deceased's parents, 318 Third avenue, to
the Oddfellows' cemetery.   There was;*=?*  ��� *=
a large gathering at the house, where j E. S. O'Donovan, O. Wilkie, and O. B.
the service was conducted by the Rev. Corbould, members of the contingents
J. S. Henderson. The pall bearers J in South Africa with which deceased
were C. S. Cooke. H. _Virth, E. Hoult,
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We write flre insurance in the following offices:
Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
-\tlas Assurance Co., Ltd., of London. Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto.     *$$&����!��$B&*
The London Assurance Co. ��^��'*i
The Manitoba Flre Insurance Co. ri''*;'-^?i*
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.   vPtV^tTy
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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Outing
Shirts
Pongee and
White   Japanese
Silk   Shirts
j was connected. Others present in-
I eluded G. E. .McDonald and C. Saltier, two other South -African cam-
I paigners.
The arrangements were of a sim-
! pie character. Rev. J. S. Henderson
jalso officiating at the graveside. The
j family weire all present save Mrs.
Thomas Gifford, jr., who Is ln the
; East.
Floral tributes were sent as follows:
I Pillar,   from   parents;   heart,   brother
; and sister;   sprays,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   J,
I Eugene Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bowler,
Elmer   Cameron,     Mrs.   Dlllaborough
and Mrs. Cooke,  Mr.  and  .Mrs. Chris
Cameron,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  P. Cameron,
| Miss   Ethel   Crake,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   T.
Cunningham,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   G.   Cunningham.   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Fulton,   Mr.
and  Mrs.  C.  Eastman,  Mr,  and   Mrs.
Gifford.  Mrs. w. Gifford,,Mrs. A.  W,
Gray, Mr. and -Mrs. .Jackson, Mr. and
Mrs.   A.   Hudson,     .Mrs.   Malcolmson,
Mr.   and   Mrs.   T.   Stoddart,   Mr.   and
Mrs. Turnbull, Mabel and Ethel Tes-
key, Mrs.  Tidy  and   -Mrs.  Eagles,  Mr.
and .Mrs. E. Walmsley, Mr. and Mrs.
JG. H. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley, W. Walmsley, Miss Mabel Wells;
I wreaths���Mr.  and   Mrs. R.   Best,   Mr.
and  Mrs.   T.  Gifford,  jr.,   Mayor  and
Mrs.   Keary,   employees   Westminster
Bridge;     Gates   Ajar,   Floivnoe   a.ml
Mollle Walmsley;  cross, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Rogers;  anchor, Wally Morris;
heart, girl friends;   wreath, city light
department.
The funeral arrangements weTe car.
ricd out by W.  E.  Fales.
AMERICANS TAKING
'UP CANADIAN   LANDS
Prince   Rupert,   B. C,  July   19.���A|
prominent timber crulBer arriving re-
cently   from  Queen  Charlotte  islands
Bays thai a great deal of Bne farming
| land exists near Mis-eit. on Graham
;island.    Large tracts  are now   being
acquired by American conipanii 8, < ine
; Si utile syndicate has Jui;    tal ed six-
; iy claims of 610 acres < ich    The Am
i erlcan capll ilisi   are seizing time by
the  forelock  in taking up this land,
while the Canadians represent only a
small  portion of the land owners of
Graham island.   The climate there is
ideal, only a smiiii  rainfall and very
mild.
See Our  >A/indow
J. Eugene Brown
_____________ r>.     S .    S U M M E -n       VESTS���
PICN1C BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET  SETS,
HAMMOCKS. ETC, ETC
AT
Moreys
Columbia Street
i
New Goods
By Express
Ladies' White Silk Lace Gloves, elbow length.
Ladies' String Ties with fringed ends���Colors black,
white, cardinal, green, etc.   Each 50c and 75c.
Lace Plastrons in white, cream and Paris.
The Newest Ideas in Ladies' Belts.   Leather Belts
with large buckles.   All the new colors.
Ladies' Tinsel Belts.   Pig assortment by express.
All novelty goods at popular prices.
New frillings by express today; all the wanted kind:; in all colors,   Per yarc
��� -25c to 50c
Trimmed Millinery  at
Half Price
AW our stock of trimmed hats.    Every hat we have in stock from
$7.50 to $10.00 at, for this week only,  each   .
...$4.95
All our 75c and $1.00 Smlor Hats
at SOc each
Carpet Ends
Just what you are looking for. ladies!    A nice rug for a little price      Wn?  have  them   in   a ta ���
Brussels, Wilton and Axmlnster;   each    65c, 75c. $1.00, $1.25 and $ .50
Rug fringe at, per yard  10c and 15c
Ladies9 Black Cashmere Hose
Seamless feet;  we have too many of this line.    Regular BOc per pair.    While they  last,  threfe    pair
for  $1.00. -���-;.- ���
rf**f  �����'���
Twelve Doz. Ladies9 Black Cotton Hosiery
Fast dye; we are overstock d at this price.   To reduce the quantity we make the price, per pair . ...18o
Fifteen  Only
WHITE SILK
WAISTS
Some trimmed lace and insertion, others  In  Peter Pan  style.    Regulai
$4.00 and $5.00,    Reduced to, each $2.70
Remnant Sale This Week
We have placed on our centre tables hundreds of remnants of dress goods, muslins, prlntB, lace-, i
broideries, etc,    you can save money this week by making your purchases at the remnant counter.
Veilings Reduced
Twenty short ends silk veWngS,  in   black,  white,  brown, black  with  white spots, etc.    Regular -10c and
50c per yard.   Reduced price  ,25c
W. S. Collister & Co.
We Close at 5:30
We Close at 5:30

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