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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
L.v WESTMINSTER, B.C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW  WB8TMINSTER,  B.  C,   TUESDAY
'���"���       ���   .   BEPTEMBBR   1. 190
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SEVERAL REQUESTS
COMEfROM SAPPERTON
��� ie of City Council Mostly
Taken Up With Matters
Affecting Suburb.
COMPLETE TIE-UP IS
THREATENED BY UNIONS
C. P. R. is Preparing to Test Strength
of United Employees���Many Mechanics Hired   in   England.
Tin
Bdewa
lity waa
ever-reourrmg
cry   toi     more
,,. in different  parts   of   the
again ''in;
diasized at yester-
evening 8
jCH    Wil*-!]
bi... claims
juniliei' "'<
feantlOD i
Le K i n tt were
bese
,rk_ to report or
> urgency of the
Winnipeg, Aug. 31.���A crisis Is ap*
prooching in the mechanics' strike on
the Canadian Pacific railway. The committee now in session in Montreal,
representing all the orders and unions
lo which employees belong, it is under stood, have given the company
this week to decide whether they will
meet this committee in conference,
wtih the object of settling the srike,
or have the entire system lied up. The
committee in Montreal represents not
only the machinists, bollermakers and
carmen on strike, but ,also the engineers, firemen, conductors and trainmen.
It, Seems to be a fl&ht between the
unions ami the Canadian Pacific railway, the company having made up its
mind to test their strength.
Former Master Mechanic Cross, of
Winnipeg, Is now In England, having
been sent there by the company to
hire mechanics. He has met with considerable success, which has not been
Keary who com-1 pleasant news to the unions. Ash
on  the attitude
meeting   oi    the    city
[ . two deputations  urged
,,, better footwalks.    A
immunicatlonu    calling
;lt-i-s. ins  needs of  this
also    read,    all    of
being ;, ferred to the board of
act, according to
case.
An Unusual  Request.
Mr. Myers, a resident of California,
nd pail owner of tbe. Dupont. block,
toluwbia street,  waited    upon    the
jouncil wilh a request that, the cem-.n
eving on Columbia street be proceed-
iwith at. an early date. The spectacle
ja non-resident property owner ask-
tor   improvements   towards   the
list of which he would  be assessed
ij3 so unusual as to call for comment
i the part of Mayoi
llmented Mr, Myen
was adopting.
Dollars and Cents.
Jin his somewhat lengthy reiiTarks t0
COUSCH, in  tne course of   which
dlicniied    Street    improvement
Hem-1* In Pasadena, Santa Rosa, Los
ngcle. snd a few   other    southern
Mr. Myers made it clear that
s not a philanthropist and that
was not seeking the improvement
Columbia  sreet   entirely  for   the
bile good.   He  figured out that  it
mil increase the value of his  probity at least ten per cent, and  be-
kuse of this he was quite willing to
)��� his assessment    of    $700,    and
lould not object to paying even more
necessary * ''
|Befoiv taking  bis   departure.     Mr.
vtn *&��, hiforjned that the Improve-
N if the city's main thorouphfarv
|0���:. be proceeded with as soon as
necessai ���   funds  were  available.
Wants Immediate Improvement.
!.- ;      C. I. Blair, a Sapperton de-
jutation j,r.-��eu!('d  the claims  of    a
*    il streets In that section to
|_;*i-r wa I        iccommodatlon.    One
...il   to    be    called
air avenue,' u the highway lo Ave
puses.   A  si lewalk  is needed  from
ol uni a streel to lhe ia-i house hn
avenui a    shon    distance
_P��y   Con : -.. r,i'.... improvement and
Rearing        havi  to be done before
i,!-m'-,s can ' e laid down.
ta Dressing bit clfclfAs before tut.
Hmnci).  \y    Blair  took   occasion   to
pttt.se thi   !<lowness  of  the board
11 works 1-    ��� ib  to his rosiest for
sldewalt ma&e some weeks ago. He
n.-���-    , mi i ttlc  ,n  IMs  assertion
lhat, l_,.-v.... entltli I to immediate at-
HANDSOME PRESENTATIONS
MADE TO THE CHAMPIONS
Each Member of Famous Team Receives Engraved Watch
Except Alex Turnbull, to Whom Rifle is Given���
-Manager Welsh Receives Cabinet - Two
Leaders Donated Property Deeds.
���rr.f,}\*kr copy.
WILL GET IN TOUCH
WITH EXCITED INDIANS
Kennedy, representing the Brotherhood of Railway Engineers, is head of
the committee. He is a man of great
Influence with the unions, having been
instrum<;0,tjll _U settling the strike on
the Canadian Northern railway ,a year
ago.
The railway commission will meet
here on September 10, and it is said
that the union will bring before that
body strong representations showing
a violation of the Allen Labor Law
by the general importation of American railroad men. It is understood
that many affidavits, made by railroad
men In the United States, will be offered in behalf of their contention.
The union claims that the places of
the strikers are- being-filled by Americans,
Exact tribute
FROM LABORERS.
Reglna, Aug. 31.���The unemployed
harvesters are all to be .shipped out
of here this evening, word having
ben [received from William Whyte
that tho C. P. R- wil] provide free
transportation mid tree meals en route
and work east of Winnipeg to ti_*se
men. After they work thirty days al
$1.?:,, tbey will be allowed to return
east at the ordinary bar v.-st pi**'  rate.
to the absence of Aid. BUlles, chair
man  o-t   the  water  commi.tee.
Written  Requests.
M. VY.  Minthoiue aud a number of
other  west  end   resident.- applied  for
the Installation of a street  light  at
ihe corner of Eighth avenue and Fourteenth street.    The    light    committee
-in-.| thai work was was instructed to report oa this mat-
i other street!, in prefer-; ter,
Although  more than a mouth
elapsed  since  Westminster won    the
championship  of  the  lacrosse world,
the audience at the Opera hou*se last
evening  to  see  the  presentations   to
the boys  was just as enthusiastic as
ever.   Rev. .1. S. Henderson, president
of the club, occupied the chair, and
the stage was decorated with the club
colors, red and blue,    with   lacrosse
sticks ami other    emblems   of   the
field, while on a table draped with the
Union Jack were the cups, the famous
Minto silverware and below it the Seagram and Gifford cups.   The bull-dog
which has been such    a   conspicuous
feature of the decorations, was again
in evidence and across the stage was
the motto ' What, we have we'll hold."
a  Place on the Map.
Tue chaii waa, _u opening the proceedings, said he would far rather be
on the  lacrosse  field  than    on    the
Stage of a theatre, but it gave   him
great pleasure to be pre. ent. Though
the attendance was not large, yet^g
belie-vv.<! all present were lacrosse enthusiasts, and that they were deeply
interested in thy work that had been
accomplished, not only in the interests of lacrosse, but in the interests
of this city,   and the interest of the
province.    He believed that the victory which had been secured by the
boys in the East was one of the best
advertisements  of  its   kind  the  city
had   obtained   for   many  years.   "We
were now known in the East   in    a
way   we  were   never   known   before.
New  Westminster has  a place upon
the map." (Hear bear.)   Not only in
the Eastern  papers, but ln & British
paper h�� noticed reference to the fact.
Westminster and the Minto cup were
recognised across  the  Atlantic.   (Applause.)
in the Front  Rank.
It  was Interesting to know that In
whatever way Westminster's boys and
girls took pan in the world they men-
JOINT WATER SYSTEM
FOR SIX DISTRICTS
Discontented Re dm en Do ��� Robert McBride, of Eburne,
Not  Wait    for   Govern-!   Takes Initiative in Launch-
ment's  Representative.
has greatest lacrosse team in the field
CHear, hear). The greatest credit waa
due thy team tor the self-denial practiced by the boys who had brought
home the Minto cup. He also wished
to express their gratification at the
conduct, of the boys, lie was sure he
was expressing tlie opinion of the
manager when he repeated that their
conduct was exemplary. He was v.-ry*
pleased to present the watches, as the
names of the players were called,
from Inside home to goal.
.1. Mahoney then handed over the
engraved watches to the team in Order, ami although the audience loudly
(tried out for a speech as each player
came forward, it was not until his
worship had donated the watches and
handed a, rifle over to Alex. Turnbull
that an j ol them could be preva'led
upon to speak.
Veteran Returns Thanks.
"Dad" Turnbull, iu the course of ,a
brief speech, thanked the citizens for
the great help (tod encouragement the
team bad obtained from the telegrams
received in the east from home, It hal
beeu said that the team did not. appreciate fully the support they got in
New Westminster, but that was entirely ,a mistake, as although the players
were not d< monstratlve and had great
difficulty in expressing their thoughts,
as a team they fully appreciated the
Westminster support. Whenever he
used that rifle in the time to cotae
when he had left the lacrosse field, he
would always have a reminder of the
gratitude of the citizens.
Presentation to Manager,
Tha mayor, on behalf of the citizens ,
then presented C. A. Welsh, manager
of the tour, with a handsome cabinet
of silver as a token of the appreciation the services he had rendered in
helping the boys to win the cup. (Applause.)
Receiving the key, Mr. Welsh .aid
he could not express his feelings on
an  occasion  of that  kind.    He    was
.Hied  up  well.    In    the    educational
world they showed up well at McGill j ]irolld t0 ^e counected with tbe team
and   Toronto     Then  there were  the wh_cj,  had   won  the Minto  cup, the
boys who were making good as marks- teanl  wi,*c*j  was  composed  of   true
men in the Bast at the present time, ; _........ in every sense of    the    word.
(Applause.) When their representa- iThl, pOBftjon as manager had its dif-
lives went to the capital no doubtUcuioe8i yet these did not compare
they would be in the. first rank. Thejw,th the snc,.-nce_; of the players to
man who was writing poetry under i get thenlSelves into shape for such
Hie non de plume of Stewart MfcDo*-jgam9s, particularly tbe second m-atoh
ell was a Westminster boy (cheers), I t Montreal, for it meant not one, or
and his poetry was worthy of a'IMCer two, but three or four seasons' irain-
place than it had yet received. He i lng previous to a trip of that kind,
ventured to predict, that Stewart Mc- Tha 1)0ys were proud of ,heir town
Donell would occupy a much larger|ftn(J wou](, wu-*ng live nowhere else
place if 1"'
Victoria, Aug. 81.���The task ol
rounding up the discontented Indians
at. Salmon Ann, beyond Kamloops, has
proved more difficult than at first expected. Superintendent of Provincial
Police F. S. Hussey, who left here on
Thursday following the receipt of news
to the effect that the Indians there
bad become greatly excited over the
arrest of two of their chiefs who had
been convicted of setting fish traits in
the Salmon river, found on his arrival
that tbe Indians had scattered and
were taking care to evade the authorises.
Superintendent Hussey who has
been given a free hand in dealing
w>th the excited Indians win make
every endeavor to get into touch with
the tribe and with this object in view
he |i ft Kamloops yesterday with the
res lent Indian agent and two Indian
chiefc. It is his intention to
hold a pow-wow next Thursday when
the grievances will be gone into and
an amicable settlement arrived ,at.
The excited condition of the Indian,
in that neighborhood has Of late oc-
cassioned alarm among the. white people who have become cognizant, during the past year or two, of a distant
spirit of unrest among he redmen. To
allay his feeling and at the same time
show the Indians that the law must
be respected is the mission of Superintendent Hussey, whose long experience with the Indians Is such that
the government feels here serious
trouble will be averted.
ing of Project.
PARK HOLDUP SUSPECT
CAPTURED IN MONTANA
A meeliug which has for its object
the discussion of a proposition to
unite the municipalities of Rlcumond,
Point Grey, South Vancouver and
Burnaby, and the corporations of
Vancouver and Westminster into a
joint water system will be held in one
Of the upper rooms of the city hall,
Vancouver, on Monday, September 7,
at two o'clock in the afternoon, under
the chairmanship of Robert. McBjide,
of Eburne, who is sending out the
convening notices.
All reeves, mayors, councilman and
aldermen as well as a number of
resident taxpayers of tbe different
municipalities and cities interested
have been requested to be present at
the meeting, as a representative opinion of the advisability of the suggested
scheme is desired before anything
further is done with the project.
A committee of the city council of
Westminster will attend the meeting.
Aid. Shiles forming one of the depu-
t .ation.
TOWN OF CARMAN IS
WITHOUT A COUNCIL
Dispute  with   Contractors  Results   in
Resignations of the Mayor and
Other Officials.
Carman, .Man., .^ug. 81.���To-night
following the defeat of the bylaw to
raise an additional $25,000 for waterworks, the mayor and council resigned. A notice has been posted by fhe
clerk calling for nominations for a
new mayor and council.
The by-law was lost by a vote of
52 for and 87 against. There has been
a strong feeling for some time past
that it  would be better to defer the
f*see to ...-:   - On behalf   of   Knox   Presbyterian| Years
.    i   . i.   on Mr. Blairichurch, Sapperton.  w.    Stott    wrote
.eft thi council chamber with an as- asking that logs and-stumps   be   re-
��� ��� hoard ol works would | moved from the church grounds and
f:-" Into the advisability from  the street adjoining, as il  was
1 expected wall       their  Intention to  build   in  addition
Assistance  Sought.
���i    al "   of   Sapper-
financlal  assistance
��� I       .;-   Having  taken
��� - - let) In desti-
unsti        bj   their   invalid
took care of h's work as j h) |he couatry. (Applause). They were
-,.,.,..,..,  man.   His   poem   on   the j ^ proud of y^ au.pp0rt of the fcitl-
Kraser'River entitled   "One   Hundred , _.,,._ and ,he n<)uols ,-unc. them since
the speaker hoped would be|tjjej)   returned,
ecognlzed   by  the  committee  having, Olympic Team.
charge of the Centennial celebrations, j    He j..ul a u,iu,r thal d.iy lv01I1 .\ld.
Whatever Westminster   boys   entered i ForaB> ot Ottawa, who was ou. here
lh     ���uull. good.  (Applause.) MUIK.   >lsl,-s   ago at   exhibition   time
Safe Here for a Year. .vj,j.   tlK.   Ottawa   team,   and   lie    an-
ind given the bo
Helena, Mont., Aug. 31.���A special
to' the Independent from Livingston
says that advices received at the
sheriff's office there state that soldiers
.,.,,,   . ���.   vote until  December, but, it was not
in the Yellowstone National park had ,.,..... , _ ,     ,
imagined that the by-law would be de.
feated. There has been a dispute between the town and the contractors
I about the completion of t.he work, and
1 the council refused to take it off their
i hands as it did not stand the required
J test. Since then the work has not been
standing, and the town has not been
able to complete the work without
thp vote of necessary funds to do so.
Plans for New Bridge.
Ottawa, Aug. 31.���Messrs. Vautelet,
Vitzmaurice and Modjeska, three eftli- i
nent engineers appointed by the g��v*',
ernment to prepare plans for rebuild- j
ing Quebec 'bridge, started work _ms
morning.
captured a suspicious looking charac-
ter in the Fire Hole basin, whom '���
tbey arrested on suspicion of being]
connected with the holdup in the park.
The man had considerable money-on
his person, but his name or any other
facts in connection with the arrest
could not be learned.
TWO MINES RESUME WORK
IN DOUNDARY COUNTRY
to the siered edifice.   The board "l     The citizens
���.  , ,    .,,.,                         ,ome-coming. and thej now sei .���u,lUrlv selected for the    Canadian
winks  was empowered tu act.                 great   -i'"'"                         .                 ���., ���*
dressing room tbe crown   upon  that   victory.      rh�� olymplo .,al��� ,0 g0 to Knglan,., ths
were proud ot their success on ghamnosks being the only    team    to
Held, but what was mora ;]...... two ,,iayUri chosen besides -New
l0ya ii;i,l conducted them- Westminster.    Tbe two men  selected
- louth ago,   Tbe mat'
Permission to build a
I'm- the use of the Rovers' football club
was granted under the supervision ol
the parks committee.
Paid Taxes Twice.
to the attentionl    Robert Patterson, of Easl  Burnaby,
'���''-'   ileni society, which has wrote asking for a refund of *i taxes
uted  to the. maiuten-  wl  3.   d.   11,   lot   10,  Block   13, this
amount   having been paid  twice into
the civic treasury by    mistake.   The
finance committee wil investigate.
eltizi i)
the lai ros*
in bim
.elves
lhe  In
perfect   gentlemen,  and  as aB  iH,-ng   m0��t     useful    were
heir native city.    He bad | xurnb^ and George    Rennie
Alex,
(ap-
to  the.   maluten-
ibe mother, who is at present
a" i"";-1 -  "���   the   Royal   Columbian
IhonpH
Invitation to Lunch.
H*'v- In. SippTell, principal of Col-
'""'"i:i" college, personally    extended
I*1" Invitation to tbe members of the
|t0��nclUnd ;,, the citj clerk to attend
e��n to be given   in honor   ot
j'lM"��'-- membera   of   the   Methodist
'-   lonj  which    meets    ln
,;:l"" v'- nexi month.   The luncheon
-s,l";ik" i'1"" in the college on (Jot,
'��� :'"' WM he attended by the board
,   "������'"������'���������r.* ���t thi college and a nnm-
.'.       ;" "'"'"'"i citizens,   Aid. ,iohn-
��� "    '" ' ' 'hankful acceptance of
"'��� ^n was earned unnnlnv
Jaurit to Coquitlam.
''M   (
ffett Inquired  whether   tr.**.
' '"'""-n Intended visiting
,.���       ; ��� -ar.    Discussion
'   ��� ��� ���:    ���
��� ���'.���,���.e-    0W*1
ar
Rev. A. K. Vert called attenUos to
rubbish iu a lane in the rear of his
residence, Agnes street. The board
Of works men will got. busy in that
neighborhood without further delay.
In connection with this request, -M'i-
Henley expressed a hope that in future tho police would see that rubbish
was not thrown on side, streets an<l
lanes. He objected to the citj employees having to act as scavengers.
ln a matter-of-fact,   manner,   ��au
Fnder explained that the. rubbish had
accumulated at that particular   spot
during the past seventeen years,
A few other matters of mlnoi
portanoe having been discussed,
lournment was take,, until Wednesdaj
of next week/next Monda. being baber Day. Aid. Shiles and Jard ne were
absent  from last  night's meeting.
1 ni-
ail-
.Iready n11
worth)  of t-
v quoted  to them letters, ana pjj^ie) .As the managers were-willing
rould read to them the opinion of. for tliem t0 complete the soheduie on
**C  P   R- official at Montreal.    Thisilhe 0oastj u,ey would be excused the
'.    ,.,-   most    nattering,    terminating exhibition matches before sailing   on
with the  assurance that  should    the  0otober 2.
ver goto Montreal    again,   a Two Lots Donated.
welcome  awaited    them    (AP'l    The  mayor,  rising again, observed
  ' the
team
Latise)" Thai opinion was not always jthat he was aslic(l 10    present
en who had made gcod in J deeds of two adjacent jileces of prop-
,,n of uie
porta
,.-rcles_   He wished them sue-1 erty <m tlle Scott TOaiii on the One of
Ur rial...     /allll.      .. _,., .        .,       __._.��_ a_M. .Md ,.             -11 aa .a
The
ah
peag in the days to come
"a, likely to have the Minto Cup *t
U Uu 1909 in New Westmin-
Tbe? were a little nervous pre-
any
ster.
vlout-
the   Westmtnster-Chllhwack   car   line
the -gift of Robert  Kennedy to Alex.
Turnbull and Tommy Gilford.
When the deeds    had    been    duly
l, t    Saturday    <L-augh1CT)-Uransferred, the proceedings concluded
,��� conclusion be drew "a   picture   of, wlth a few words from R<;v. j.. g. Hen-
he enthusiastic scenes of   July   2s. i derson and the singing of the National
when the cup was won. | anthem.
Mayor Make. Presentation. A Notable Absentee.
. conclusion   of   the   concen      Although no ,-<-feTence was made to
M ' the  boys took  their  seats on! lt by any of the speakers, everything
Ph��P8_atfoTm   and Mayor Keary made:jn connection   with   the  presentation
sentatlon    He said he esteem-1 was  not exactly   satisfactory.    C.^D,
ll" .'"S<���.pat  privilege as mayor on peei6| team manager, who considered
fh Hot the   citizens  to  make the that he had been imfaWy treated, re-
. .ua..  n* th.�� watches to  the fused t0 take a geat 0B the.-^-form' jrnmk Major    .is the accompan'st.
presentation  oi   u.e
Phoenix,    B.    C,    Aug.    31.���The
Italians Sentenced. I Brooklyn and Rawhide  mines of the
Canu*bellton, Aug. 31.���Four Hal-, Dominion Copper conipany resumed
lans, responsible for the red rlag inci. operations yesterday, after a_ close-
dent and strike on the National Trans- j (,1)W11 ol- aearly a month, caused by
continental railway, were sentenced to!,j���, (.,,|,0 shortage resulting from the
two years in  the penitentiary. Fernie nre.   The smelter is still cold.
_-_____==___ r- -���' '"        ������  "���[The tirst  two cars  of  a    supply   of
and aeeepi a gift tendered him by the coke have arrived here, but the fur-
celehratio.u committee. The slim at- Lace will not be blown in for a daj
itiulanoe-also strongly emphasized the OT two, when it is expected a sufflcl-
laci thai the public objected to Uie,en1 supply of coke will be on hand to
high-handed manner In which ibe |,(,(,p ** running until regular shlp-
oommlttee bad disregarded the uaan-  lnents  .arrive.
linous request of the champtens that ������        t   j
no admission be charged to the oon-
C( ft..
The Concert.
Smith's orchestra played an attract-1 .
ive overture, aud  W. Morris saug    al    Guelph, Aug.   31��� Mrs.   Alex.    Mc-
solo very  effectively, being compelled  Keiiitn, of Paisley, was saved from alto concede  an encore, and  after  his
INFUSION OF BLOOD
I      SAVES HER FROM DEATH
appearance every Item secured ,a. re-
all.   The dancing of A. Matthews and
most certain death by a dlBcult operation. She was suffering from a
blood disease, when, as a last resort,
W. McKay was heartily enjoyed, they an operation was performed by which
having the support of .1. Paul, of Van Ithe blood of her husband was infused
couver, with the bagpipes. Scottish j into her ��� run-down system,
reels, Irish jigs, and tv sailors' horn-! A large artery was severed in her
pipe in costume were tall included, j body nnd joined to a similarly sever-
and   special   credit   is due   to   them
as they have had little eiperlnnce of
eaeh others company in such displays.
Mr. Paul entertained the audience
with a. pibroch solo during an Interval
between the dances. Mr. Stewartson
was twice recalled for his comic songs,
while some of the best selections of
evening were the songs of A. G. Williams, who possesses a fine basso
voice. Mr. Pilglaho sang successfully
and assisted Mr. Morris In a duet. The
Instrumentalists were Mr. Greenhalgh,
cello, and Master Peebles, flute solos.
ed artery belonging to her husband,
the stronger system gradually forcing
the bl-ooo into the weaker. The patient . is now rapidly recovering
strength.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUE8DAY
f 77iis Is My 59th Birthday
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Bishop Galloway.
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Bishop Charles Betts Galloway, of the Methodist Episcopal Church    *
South, was born September 1, 1849, at Kosciusco, Miss. His early jjj |
education was received in the schools of his native town and in Canton, Miss., and completed at the University of Mississippi, from
which institution he was graduated in 1868, He was licensed to
preach the following year, and became a member of the Mississippi
conference. During his early career he occupied the pulpits of a
number of churches in Mississippi. He was In Vicksburg during the
yellow fever epidemic of 1878. prom 1882 to 1886 he was editor ot
the New Orleans Christian Advocate. In 1886 he was elected bishop.
Bishop Galloway is the author of a number of books on sftligious
subjects, an Is noted a one of the foremost public orators and one
of the most erudite members of the Methodist ministry. |#
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McBride Government
Refuses to Aid fernie
Premier Unwilling to Help in Rebuilding of Stricken City Because He
Does Not See Any "Pressing Need"
For Assistance ��� Laurier Government Will Help.
Progress Brand Garments
are for every man
Whether you are tall or short���stout or
thin���"big" around or "big" up and
down���you can get just the Suit that
suits your style and your physique in
Progress Brand Clothing.
Look for the label that
guarantees satisfaction.
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
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WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
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COLUMBIA
STREET
The following is tne manner ln
which the. Fernie District Ledger describes respective visits of the Hon.
William Templeman and Premier Mc-
Brlde to the stricken area, both having
gone there with tho ob'ect of seeing
what could be done for the sufferers;
that which relates to Premier McBride is given first:
Hon. Richard McBride, premier of
British Columbia, reached Fernie via
il. N. Et, on Tuesday noon, being met
by a select few of the faithful. A genera] meeting of the committee to vv-a:t
on his honor was called for 3 p.m., at
the Coal company's office, and without
much ceremony laid the pressing ne I
of Fernie at this moment before the
iii.-iingiiished gentleman. The re ilts
obtained were very disappointing in
the extn me and for all that was gain-
el. Dick McBride might hav '
himself the trip to I-"- rnie. The Ire ol
_on - of the . ommitti ��� was pather
warm, particularly to Messrs. O. L.
loynton, general manager of the Elk
umbei company, and F. H. Sherman,
.ho handled the premier without the
tloves. Beyond the rebuilding of the
city school and the provincial build
(which the; are In duty bound to
build) the government of this province will do nothing and this riding
a supporter of that government. What
do the v;;ters think of it. and will they
forget all about it al the next ��� --
Ion? We hope not.
Premier McBride said to the committee thai in making a grant or loan
to Fernle at ihis instance would be
setting a precedent, but when confronted with the statement by Frank
Sherman that his government had seen
fit. to grant ?10,0<i0 to the Sau Francisco disaster, simp!;.- replied that that
was different, being lor immediate
necessity. Well, If the people of Fernie are not sufferers in Immediate
-. ces Ity we would like to see some.
To say that the treatment we are receiving at pr vlnclal hands is disgraceful and insulting Is putting it mildly.
The (.'rows New Pa . Coal company
alone pay in a royalty 'o the McBride
government of something like $10,000
per month, not to speak of others, and
yet when we Fernle people are down
anil out. they can't see their way clear
to help us,
Regarding our local luemix r, W. lt.
Ross, we must say that we are sorry
for him. Everyone generally, likes
Billy Ross, but he has failed utterly
to make himself the power he should
be for this riding. We all know he
could be in the cabinet long ago but
has only himself to blame for not being there. He has the brains and
ability, but no sand. Without repeating Mr. Ross' statement made in public less than two weeks ago, we wlll
leave it to himself to do or not, as he
chooses, that which he said he would,
if $ir.,0U. was not forthcoming.
Hon. W. Templeman in Fernie.
Hon. W. Templeman arrived ln his
special car Tuesday afternoon and at-
���tended the special meeting at which
Premier McBride. was the central figure. Mr. Templem in's visit came at
���.n opportune ''"""��� and it was proper
that he should be the one to come
from the federal government, being
British   Columbia's   representative   in
You Don't See
Any Middleman
getting a rake-off ou the price
you pay,us for coal. You cannot
afford to pay it and we cannot
afford to ask it. We therefore
lliuy our coal direct and you get
the benefit in the low price you
pay for our high-grade coal.
GILLEY BROS.
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1 Peaches $1.15
the cabinet. His attitude was very-
much different to that of the man of
"Better Terms'' fame, and while mak-l a���
ing no rash promises, he gave every )
assurance of his best, interests In our
behalf, and signified his willingness
to do alp in his power to induce the
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Laurier administration to come to our
assistance at this most critical moment. Just here we may say for the
benefit of all, that no money loan will
be made and whatever does come in
monetary sense will be a straight
giant. It is not the problem or Leading the sufferers, but that of getting
'hem housed before the cold weather
sets in, that confronts the committee
at this-present time, and it is to be
earnestly hoped thai the Dominion
government will do In part at least,
that which our own McBride gov
mem ictuses to do at all.
Fresh This Week
Lowney s S
and Brand
At
urranne  Choc
randy Cherries
olates
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A CRATE
The Last of the Season
TME j
Public Supply Stores GEOpAnDnAMS|
Columbia  Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Prop.
:l*one 92.
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Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
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LORD  STRATHCONA
NOT   RETIRING YET
Ottawa, Aug. 31.���Sir Wilfri i Laurier was asked to-day if thei was
anj truth in the report that Lord
Strathcona was to retire- from the
Canadian high commislonership in
London wih an earldom -and his place
was to be taken by Sir .Montague
Allan. In reply, the Prim-.' mlnlst :.
said: "Lord Strathcona has not intimated to me any desire to retire from
the Canadian high commislsonership.
He did make such an intiim-iLon a few
yeiars ago, but I begged him to re-!
main and he was good enough to yield!
to my wishes; and so long as his '������
health remains good I desire him to
remain."
Canadian  Hon.es-.ead Entries for 190S.
Ottawa, Aug.    30.���The    homestead '
entries for tho first six months of the j
calendar    year    totalled    l*.,?.'.*.    aa I
against   14,15.   for the  same  period  .1
year ago.    Americans came first with
r.*"^ entries;   English second with 461;
and   Canadians   t'rom   Ontario     third,
with 384.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
M.ake no mistake, but start, your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can ha-ndle your order, no matter what the size. If we hav? no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake Cor prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Th*
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capital and Reserve
$8,290,000
incorporated
I6H9
Total At*���ts
$47,400,000
FOR YOUR  CHILDREN'S   EDUCATION
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Start a special Savings Account at once -���
Banl . and keep adding small amounts to II -  -���
will never miss the money,
Then, when the child is ol I enough ' ";' de]
the Compound Interest which we add quai erl
vide a fund large enough to give a thoi mgh , I
It's a good plan.   Think it over.
ONE  DOLLAR    MAKES  THE   START
BANKING BY MAIL��A .SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T IiELAY.
V IU
nkw Westminster Branch.
Mgr.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ' 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
i.r��n,;nes throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England,
New  York, Chicago and Bponane, U.S.A., and Mexioo Clty.    A General Banking Busing Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents In all oarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits   or-elved m sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $16.,000.00��.00.
NW  WESTMINSTER BRANOH. Q. D.  BRYMNER.  Manwf-
COAL
Mond;
ay Snaps
$3.25
$1.60
Men's $10.00 Suits
for      -
Boy's $3.50 Suits
for ...
Men's Fine Shoes, regular ^Q /l/l
$3.50 to $4.00 for      -       ^)^.l/l/
Boys' Strong School Shoes,        O/l^
regular $2.25 for      -     -        UUC
Westminster Clothing Co.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box 345 'P>1one 105
OFFICE i FRONT STREET, FOOT Pf SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMHiSTB I
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door*.
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
- -    ��� New We,tmin����*
Telephone 12.
****** SEPTEMBER  1, 1908-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Notice to Contractors
addressed to
case of refusal or failure on the part |
of the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute a contract j
with the said Commissioners, and to I
furnish the additional approved se- j
| curity within ten days afteT the ac- j
; ceptance of the tender, the said!
! cheque shall be forfeited to the Com- j
I missioners as liquidated damages for I
\ such refusal or failure and all cor.- |
��� timet  rights acquired   by the   accept- I
the   en-
ance of the tender shall be forfeited
gl..AU.;l)   TENDERS
aderslgned, markedIon   ._���   - - (.hequ.,_   depo8ltad   by   partiesI
.,,,������,. tor construction,   win . fl ^^ ^ acc(?pt<;,d wi��� be de.,
���  received at tho office of the Com-, ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ Receiver i
mi    t^i^o General of Canada as part of the se-
uttawa,    until    tv/elve >      ... ,  , ,.., ,
20th icuritv   for  ,ne  due  arl(1 faithfnl   per-
tlie    Transcontinental
Ottawa,    until
t"   Thiirsd'i v    t-lifJ
o'clock noon oi �� --    jformance of the contract according t
;    ,��� Al,,,Irit, lliiis, for the work re. us  termg       ^ ^    by
Quired for tbe const.-uct.on,   In    W"Lartle8  whoge ten(]ers    are    rejected
M ,vjtll the plans, profiles and I af
Bpeclflcations of the    Commissioners, ^ ^ s.gn]ng ^    g ^.^
oJ the following sectionsof the Trans-,    AttenUon u ^.^ tQ ^ following
continental Railway, viz. | clauges in the fQrm of ^tract:
(1)   District "C."���From a point de-     ..A]1 mechanicSj laDOrers, or other
on the Plans of   the Com- j persons who perf0rm labor   for   the
purposes of the construction of the
works hereby contracted for, shall be
paid such wages as are generally accepted as current for competent work,
men ln the district in which the work
Is -being performed, and if there Is
no current rate in su-h district, then
aa fair and reasonable rate; and, in
the event of a dispute arising as to
what ls the current or a fair and reasonable rate, it shall be determined hy
Weymontachene, in the Province   of the Commissioners,   whose    decision
A SOURCE OF DISEASE.
'if/flT'tr-ifr
Something Unique is
Cowans
Coconut Cream
Icing
ror
CaK��
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OHLT BY
TUB COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
jated on tne piaus u_ the Com-'
mlsBionera near Weymontachene,
tbe province of Quebec, 196.38 miles
-���est of the north abutment of the
Quebec bridge, (such point being on
the boundary between Districts "C"
aod -D") westerly for a distance of
about 107 miles. Date of completion,
3lst December, 1910.
(2) District "C"���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, about 107    miles    west    of
Quebec, westerly to the end of the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company's contract, a distance of about
111.97 miles. Date of completion, 31st
December, 1910.
(3) Districts '*D" and "E."���rrom
a point designated on the plans of the
Commissioners, being at the western
end of Fauquier Bros.' Abltibl contract, in the Province of Ontario, in a
westerly direction for a distance   of
i about 104-24 miles Date of completion,
131st December, 1910.
14) District "E."���From a point designated <*i the plans of the Commissioners, about sixty miles west of the
easterly boundary of District "E," ln
; the Province of Ontr.rlo, easterly to
the end of Fauquier  Bros.'  contract,
I north of  Lake   Nepigon,  distance of
I above 100 miles.   Date of completion,
3lst December, 1910.
(5) Districts "E" and "F."���From
a point designated on the plans of the
Commissioned, .at the western end of
Fauquier Bros.' contract north of Lake
Nepigon, in the Province of Ontario,
westerly to a point at or near Dog
Lake, a distance of about 126 miles.
Date of completion, 1st September,
.,,10.
[ii District "P."���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners at or near Dog Lake, in the
! Province ol Ontario, to a point at or
about mile 2.6 west of what is known
j as Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
routes aa shown on the plans, a distance ot ubout 23.76 miles by the
northerly route, and 24.13 miles by the ! ���
southerly route, and the seleetion of
the route to be at the option of the
Commissioners. Date of completion,
Ibi Si pt< mber, 1909.
Plan pro tiles and specifications
��� Been in the office of the Chief
- ��� r ,,i the Commissioners .it
Ottawa; also In the offices of tne fol-
lowtng District Engineers, viz: John
���'������'��������� n. Acting Distrlcl Engineer, North
Ba. Ont , T, S. Armstrong, Nepigon,
Onl    md S. R. Poulln, St. Boniface,
Man.
��� ���' on   ten ii ring   are notified that
vill not be considered unless
'       :       ate, and on tlie printed
i by the Commissioners.
A     ��� ten ier must be submit-
tlon
ail net be in any w��j
ipon the classification
oi in ition given by any
ill of the Commlsston-
. mitting  any  tea-
Id make a    careful
the   plans, profiles,
Ificatlons, and n ad
e uti -i. and fully In-
as   to   the   quantity,
ol   materials,  and char-
workmanship  required;   and
1 '   ooi   to accept and agree to
ihi terms and conditions
oi contract, specifications,
;    '"' v'1 fo the form of tender.  !
'.'    v"'<���'���' must   lie Bigned and; 	
1  '   ���'" the parties to the tender. |
"*a witnessed and be accompanied by     SEALED TENDERS   addressed   t-
accepted cheque  on   a   chartered the   Postmaster-General,   will  be  re-
1 :,r the Dominion of Canada, pay- coivod&t Ottawa until noon on Friday,
'""' '" '"" "id,-,- of the Commission-'the Second October, tor Lhe collection
shall be final."
"This agreement is subject to the
regulations now in force, or which
may at any time hereafter be in force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor,
and which are, or shall be, applicable
to such works." (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon by
said Department will form part ot the
contract).
"The contractor shall in connection
with the whole of the Baid work, as
far as practicable, use only material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided the same can be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in the different provinces wherein the work is
being performed.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 18th July, 1908.
Newspapers inserting this advertise-
'ment without authority from the
I Commissioners, will not be paid for It.
Department of Agriculture
NOTICE.
Merchant and others are notified
that the only persons authorized to'
purchase anything for the British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.,
either lor the Westminster or Chilliwack branches, are the local manager,
New Westminster or the purchasing
agent, Vancouver.
Requisitions on the company's regular forms, signed by either of above-
mentioned parties, must accompany
all orders, otherwise the accounts will
not be recognized.
F. R. GLOVER,
Acting General Manager.
New Westminster, B.C.. Aug. 6. 1908.
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
"THE
vowbie:
tit IMI VOl/ft
tutu Ml ioi*
ns mmaatjm
JttU-MMU
lit
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN I CO.
a. Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl
Sept.  7.���San Francisco Opera Co.
Sopt.  _.���San  Francisco  Opera Co.
Sept    10.���Josh   Perkins.
Sept. 17���Hie-hard and Pringle.
Sept. 21.���Jose.
Sept.   23.���A   Good  Fellow.
Sept. 25.���Isle of Spice.
Oct. 8.���Knight for a Day.
Oct. 14.���Flaming Arrow,
Oct. 1_.���Honeymooners.
Oct.   16.���The Jefferson  Poys.
Oct.   27���Holy   City.
Oct. 20.���Just Out of College.
Nov. 4.Too Proud to Beg.
Nov.  13.���Montana  Limited.
Nov.  1 ..���Hip Hip Hooray.
Nov.  20.���Willard  Mack.
Dec. 1.���Fun on Broadway.
Dec. 2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dec.  ?,.���Little Johnny  Jones.
Dec.  9.���Girl Over There.
Dec.  16.���Why Girls Leave Home.
Dec.  21.���50  Miles From  Boston.
Dec.   24.���Babes   in  Toyland.
Dec.  26.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec.   2..���The  Great Divide.
Dec.  30.���Florence  Roberts.
Jan. 5.���Her First False  Step.
Jan. t',.���Shore Acres.
Jan. IS���Theodore Lorch.
Jan   2S.���Devils   Auction.
Jan. 29.���San Antonio.
March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   2.���Marrying   Mary.
SfK.nrf  ihe   Man   Who   munn   Smoke
ThroiiKli  Ilia  NoxtrlU.
A popular practice of many smokers
consists ln disc-barging the smoke inhaled, especially from cigarettes,
through the nostriR This is eves
considered by some to be essential to
the full enjoyment of the flavor of th*
tobacco.
The London Lancet, while acknowi
edging that perhaps under ordlnarj
circumstances no harm Is done to th*
smoker save to bis sense of smell. ha��
Bounded a note of framing against th��
habit as a possible disseminator of dis
ease* Hay fever and other annoying
complaints have been spread througk
onsuspecting households by the un
thinking visitor who habitually tie**
smoke through bis nose.
The surface traversed by the tobacco
smoke before issuing from the nose, lt
Is remarked by the Lancet, is mois
tened -with the natural secretion of the
mucous membrane lining it, and this
secretion is mingled with the fluid dis
charged from the conjunctival sac pr��
teeting the eyes. It therefore contain*
numerous micro organisms, which
floating In the air, have become attach
*d lo the moist and stick surface o'
the conjunctiva, as well as those whlct
pass over the surface of the nasal
membrane. As Tyndall long ago show
ed, germs are completely filtered ot
from the air Inhaled by the extenstt*
���nd Irregular surfaces presented by
the turbinal bones. These germs art
curried Into the air by tbe man whs
blows smoke through bis nostrils.
I Wanted-:- Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:-To Rent,-:-tte.
*
'..".a*-,.    '..".,",.",.-���   !*���-,.������<.-.,���,
WANTED���Girl for assisting in housework and in attending to two infants. 437 Third ave., near 2nd Bt.
���	
;l_OST  OR STOLEN���A black martin
kitten   iwhiney).    Valuable reward
I    for return to 108, Second street.
WANTED���Room and Board for tw<
young ladies, Central location. Appl-*-
W S. Collister & Co.
WANTED���Nursemaid;    apply
(.Dr.)  Jones, Royal Avenue.
.Mr..
WANTED���Furnished rooms for Ughl
housekeeping. Inquire "The Empire
Tailor Shop."
WANTED���Couple of furnished housekeeping rooms or furnished house
Address Mrs. T. U. Newhall, Lh.
Windsor, .New Westminster.
A SENSE OF DIRECTION.
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*,  Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes trom 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch*"1 open
face, ��6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, doubl*
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied u. the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains. Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; cnarges reason
ihle.
IT IS TO THI. ADVANTAGE OF EVERY
KOU5.eKEE.PER IN CANADA TO USB
THEn	
n��gi. Raking Powder.
Cillett'a Perfumed Lye.
Imperial Baking Powder,
Clillc.t a Cream Tartar.
Kiiyi' Yeast Cakes.
Oillf tfi rUtnmo.h Blue.
Haste Raklnz Soda.
tilllc tt 'a Washing Crystal.
MADC FOR OVER 50 YEARS
.isiaa_ia. co .ass)
E_.V/.GILLETT?c*pftNV
.IMITKD
TOR ONTO. ONT.
The   Priaae   Re��al_lte   Par  _������__!������ ���
Tr��* Wm4iui,
A sense of direction I should nam*
ss the prime requisite for him whs
would become a true woodsman, de
pending on himself rather than oe
guides. The faculty Is largely developed of course by much practice, but
it must be inborn. Some men possest
it; others do not ���Just as some roes
have a mathematical bent, while ts
others figures are always a despair. It
ti a sort of extra, having nothing tt
do witb crlterions of intelligence m
mental development, like tbe repeat*
movement in a watch. A highly ed��
cated, cultured man may lack It; tht
roughest possess it. Some who havt
���jever been in the woods or mountains
acquire in the space of a vacation a
fair facility at picktng a way, and 1
j bare met a few who have spent theii
lives on the prospect trail and whs
were still and always would be ar
helpless as the newest city dweller.
It ls a gift, a talent. If you have it.
tiniest germ you can become a traveler of  the  wide  and   lonely places.
I If you have It not you may as we"��_
reslgn yourself to guides.���Stewart Ed
j ward White in Outing Magazine.
WANTED���School children to board
for next ternl in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S., Daily-
News office.
WANTED���Japanese boy attending
Bchool ^ants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 545, City.
WANTED���Japanese boy or girl for
housework, daily. Hardwick, St.
Andrews street.
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at. college in return for board would he
acceptable.   P. O. Box 667. City.
FOR   SALB ���Motor   launch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.   Apply to Motor , Box   M.,
New Westminster.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ibe moderate; near
bridge preferred. -Apply Post Office
Box 732.
FOR SALE���First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street; must be sold this week, as
parties are leaving town.
Tenders are invited for the purchase of the Government Quarantim
Steami r "Earl," lying at the Quarantine Sti,tlon at William Head, British
Columbia.
The sale wlll be made foi ��� -'--:i
The highest or any tendei  wi    -
ii,-..    aril    be accepted.
Seale I ti ndi re  addressed    to    I
undersigned and   endorse i   "1 ��� t.
| for Pun hase of Steamei "Earl,"
e i,,-, Ived al tb:s office up ' -
��� lay th<   15th September,   L9 (8, at  12
o'clock noon
By order,
A, L. -i wivis. Secretary.
Departmem ol  Agriculture, Ottawa.
Tth   \h_-u.i, 1908.
N.B. Newspapi r Ins* rtlng this advertisement without authority from
the Department will not h*. pahJ for It.
MAIL CONTRACT
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| IMPERIAL j
Science and Morality.
The true student of the professional
sr technical school becomes heir to ���
eomprehensive and clear understanding of his duties nnd responsibilities Is
bis relatious to his fellow men and tc
the community.   Those duties and responsibilities present themselves to his
trained mind in their real proportion
He is neither nondeveloped nor malde
veloped in his judgment ?f affairs. Ills
university  training,  especially  in ths
technical school, has taught him accu
rncy and penetration in the analysis, ol
any proposition confronting liiin and
that   truth   and   knowledge  must  bs
; sought with the directness of a plumb
] line.    Science yields nothing but con
, fnslon to the shifty, devious aud dis-
' honest inquirer.   The fundamentals ol
', morality are the very stepping stones
, to technical success or professional at
tslument.���Scientific American.
VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Phone 431.
P.O.Box 885.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone SS3.
�����" ot the
������   follows-
;' ! ee No
;' i S, c N ,
���''"��� Sec, No
v'~ Sec. No.
I'm Sec. No.
>'":  Sec
ranscontlnental Railway, of letters on a proposed contr-acl   roi
] four  years, from the  proposed  Street
$150,000   Letter Boxes in the City of New West-
150,0001 minster,   from   tha   Postmaster-den-
150.000 ji'i-ul's pleasure.
150.0001 Printed notices oontalnlng   further
200.000 Information as to conditions ol   i"��
100.0001 postka Contract may be seen and
be
1, DlBtrlct "C".
2, District  "C".
II, Hist. "D ft E"
I, DlBtrlct "E"
������ Dist. "E ft p".
No, 6, District "F".
The Hellbender.
"There's no reasoii why tbe belt
! bender shouldn't be good to eat." said
; a scientist. "Its principal food is the
��� Crayfish,   the  same   as   the  principal
- food for bass. The hcllbinder belongs
', to the *ame family of amphibians ai
' the fros and is very  closely related.
Both are batched  from the egg, and
I both pass through the tadpole stags
- i-i ture reaching maturity.    The bell
i bender Is ���"��� mighty fine fish, as any on*
ean prov�� to himself if be will conquei
his natural aversion."   The hellbender
. is found principally in streams about
the Snlhllls of the Alleghany mono
tains.
The Saddle,
Eur'y Creeks and Romans roiu
: "ior.es bareback. Tbey regarded It tt;
! effeminate to ride in a saddle. Th*
: modern saddle, with p.mimel. cruppes
hii<| stirrups, was unknown to the au
, ,'iei.ts. Nero gave out fancy coverings
i to hie cavalry, and the bareback riders
j jf the German forests used to laugh ai
! Uiem Saddles with trees came into
j use Ik the fourth century, stirrups,
| three esnturles later.
SentjOn Approval
To Responsibiji PKOPtB
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN �����"���
and
RED GEM
toha InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thtsi
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Posl
paid
to any
address
obtained  at
. '   '"���' Whose tender Is accept-   forms or TeniK',- mny
.   , '      W,U,il1 ten 'lays after the ar- : Post Offices of New Westminster   and
H    "" ther*rf Ornish such   addl- Sapperton and at the   office   ol   the
. Proved  secm-lty as  may  be ; Post Office Inspector.
,,��� '**���   ""��� Commissioners;  sign . JOHN R. QREENF1EU),
'   ������.���-"���mentions, and other      ' Post Office Inspector,
rto W|a nJ0qulrea t0 be signed by     Post Office Inspector's Office, Van-
���Jotmnlasionewi ai)rti ,n nnyiCOnwr, B.c, 21st aub��*i. im-    ..
.*****<****>*****���*****--'**********������*���***************
| Electric Railway Service
*
I
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and ******
stations wlll run every half-
hour from 5: all a. m. bast
car leaves at 11 p. tn.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over
citj line.
the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at C:20 a. ��.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6: SO
a. m.
Sunday Service   bair-nouriy between 8.80 a.m. and 11 p.m
Stead In* and   Sit t InK.
David Slowpay-^-I shall bring yo*
, sack those dark trousers to be reseat
] ed, Mr. Snip. You know I sit a good
deal. Mr. Snip (tailor)���.Ml right, and
If you'll bring tbe bill I sent you sis
months ago I will be pleased to it*
eelpt that also. Vou know I've stood ��
food deaL���Loudon Tit-Bits.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd t
*********������*>���+**+*** *A **********i ********* **+***,
Properly Situated.
"They may say what they ltk��
j gainst hlm," said the convicted one's
defender, "but his heart Is In tbe right
flace.*
"Tm," assented the other, "and se k
(be rest of him for a few years."
Practical.
"What did she say when She heeN
w. wns dead ln love with her?"
'She wanted to knew If he earriei
tr Ufa luaraace."���New lerk Ttsta*
Illustrations are Enact SUa I
Kvtry pen guaranteed
full H Kt. sclid Gold���cut
ou n_;lu hand may be had
iu either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transparent, as desired, either in
plain or ensfraved finish,
as preferred.
You in��y tn-tt.l��p��n _ wm_, I
If youiioi>o._nd!tMi_|jrcRente_,
(  ft bettor   _rti.-l�� thau yuu c��n Micro   fot  THREE Tla-M THIS  _.lu.t
! nic-B la any otli.r tnftkc, if not!
Entirely lEtiifftctory In every re-1
���pect return It ftnd we vaill ,en,l I
yuu 11. iu fur It.
Cut oe left la our fatnotia and J
Popular Reu Oee- Ink Pencil,   af
I coeaplete leak proof triumph, may
he carried   ln   any  poeUlon   in
I pocket or ahopping bait, write, at
| any   angle at Kret touch,    platinum   liprlnt)  feed,   Iridium I
point, poli-hen* vnleauired rubber I
caae, le.ra cotta flnlah.    Retail [
everywhere  for I-..10.      A��enta
wanted.  WrlW for terma.   Write I
I now "leu you forget"   Mdre.e I
'��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.*j
^5    Msjsttlo Bldg..
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY.   S,pT��MBER ^ ^
1   THE DAILY NEWS
fublished by the Daily .News Pulj-
lishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B.  C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
p
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1908.
DO NOT FORGET
Do not forget that tne wharf promised by Hon. Richard McBride at
Port. .Moody during four elections is
not built yet.  ���
otherwise. Any man holding personal
primaries should be put out of the
running, for no man has a claim upon
the party other than that created by
the party. The "primary" system
adopted by the Conservatives iu Vancouver savors too much of machine
politics and Liberals would <k> well
to avoid this course. The proper
method is for the District Asociation
to appoint Its delegates free to enter
a convenion and ballot for the nominee most likely to have the larger
support in the constituency. If it is
decided to hold a new convention in
this constituency then we think the
delegates should not be approached
in the interest of ,any special candidate for the nomination but there
should be a free choice of the Liberals gathered in convention.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
LIBERALS, ATTENTION!
One principle of Liberalism is that
it does not encourage what is knowp
as machine politics. The discussion
of matters concerning the party is always open and free and every Liberal
Las the right, and should take, advantage of the right, to give his opinion
on matters affecting the party and its
interests, and to-night there should be
the fullest deliberation of all the detail
necessary to present a solid front in
the coming fight, in entering upon
the consideration of matters vital to
the party, everyone should have an
open mind, and ke ready to give way
to the majority in the final decision-
reached. .\s it is in our form of government, so it must be in the party caucus, the majority must rule not so
much by its weight in the decisions
as by the willing acquiescence of the
minority. This is the kind of loyalty
that, has been pre-eminent in putting
the solid and progressive Liberal party in control of the affairs of the Dominion. To strengthen the interest
in the great, parties, the younger and
newer blood must, be given -a share.
not only in the deliberations, but in
the responsible offices, and no true
Liberal will disagree with us when we
say that where it is necessary for
party exigency that old and well tried
officers give place to new and enthusiastic blood, there should be hearty
co-operation, so that these vigorous
young men can be set to work opening up new agencies of success for
the party. But let it be understood
that we believe Liberalism to be that
the office should seek the man, and not
the man seek the office by canvass or
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
i Liberals, get busy and attend to-
I night's meeting at the Hardman
i Hail.
STREET LETTER BOXES
Following is the complete    list    of
j street letter boxes, together with their
'location aud numerical dis'sna1'011:
\ Box N'o. situation.
'   1���Eighth Ave. and Thirteenth St
i   2���Eighth Ave. aud Eighth St.
o���Seventh  Ave. and  Fourth  St.
'  4���Sixth Ave. und Thud Sf-
I   5���Sixth Ave. and Sixth St
6���Sixth Ave. and .Ninth St.
j  7���Sixth Ave. and Twelfth St,
b���Sixth .\ve. aud Fourteenth St.
'.'���Fifth A\e. and Fourteenth St.
10���Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
11���Fourth Avenue and Tenth St.
12���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
13���Fourth Ave. and Fourth St.
14���Fourth Ave. and Second St.
13���Third Ave. and Second St.
lt>���Queens Ave. and First St.
17���Queens Ave. and Third St.
IS���Queens Ave. and Sixth St.
lft��� Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
_l���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
22���Agnes and Tenth Sts.
23���Agnes and Seventh Sts.
24���Agnes and Fourth Sts.
25���Agnes and Elliott Sts.
26���Agnes and Dufferin Sts.
27���Columbia and Leopold Sts.
28���Great  Northern  Rallwaj   Stati ���:.
���Columbia and Elliott St.
30���Columbia and Fourth Sts.
3i___Co!umbia and Alexander Sts.
82���Columbia and Tenth Sts.
33���C. P. R- Station, Front St.
34���Front and McKenzie Sts.
35_Front and Lytton Square.
3d_Front St., Schaake Building.
37���Brunette and  Keary Sts.
38���Columbia and Keary Sts.
39_���Columbia and Distillery Road.
40���Eighth Ave.  and Richmond  St.
II���Richmond and Keary Sts.
42���Columbia and --Vlberta Sts.
43���Junction Columbia and Front Sts.
FUNERAL NOTICE.
The funeral of tbe late Daniel
Robert Mclnnes will leave the residence. Nanaimo and Fourteenth
streets, at two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon for the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
KNIGHTS, ATTENTION!
The officers and members of Royal
Lodge No. 6, and Granite Lodge No.
16. K. of P., are requested to meet,
at Castle Hall, Columbia street, on
Wednesday, September 2, at 1:30 p.
m. to attend the funeral of our late
Bro. Past Grand Chancellor Theron
Ackerman. All visiting brethren will
please accept this  invitation.
CLARENCE STEIN, C.V..
Royal I-Odee. No. 6
LANCE GRIMMER.
Granite Lodge. No. 16
"Get1 the Habit"
Wear
:i smile on your fa__e, B
and a flower in your buttonhole |
-IF-
you have a good complexion. If not-
Special Sale to-day at The Fair of Dr.
Brodeur's Violet Complexion Soap��� ;
box of :', cakes, for 15c.
AU Iron Wringers
rubber
With guarantee rollers made of the highest grad
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs.    In wash :,_ machine
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th   Century,    Reacting,    and   other
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make
Call and see our lines.
T. J.  Trapp  &  Co.,  Limited
Ihe   F
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*-w,
420 Columbia Street.
New  Westminster.
buy for  cash,  dud  sell   for the
sale."
What They AHSay
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRIMING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
| Schools Have Opened
��� ;: Boys and girls are hard at work, and shoul
������:;���
*'&   material for their work.   ftacKay's book store Is best
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
lace to get it.
|| J. J. MacKay & Co.
Xew< Dealers |
$-. Booksellers
Stationers
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���        if your watch is stopping or not  running Bat
********* *aaaa**aaw^^^^^M
Watch Repairs
ub and we will repair and make it   run  ,...,.��� .,.    --- ^^^_
an expensive movement which is not acting as It shi cant
regulate it down to the seconds nfr.-r putting it ���
Corner Eighth St   and    Fifth Avenu.  j ^    Q^     CHAMBERLIN
PH0NE ��� * GIVE US A TRIAL
The  Jeweler j
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors.       I ^mmmf++*+******���*** *************************
MOMENT
PLEASE!
i
Joknstons   Big   Shoe   Sale
Is Nearing the End���Don't Overlook the Great Opportunity  of  Securing  Shoes  at
Wholesale Prices^Today  Is  the  Day
Last Saturday was a record-breaker, but today will eclipse all previous
records���Every shoe in the store  gets   the reduction knife today.
Wholesale   Prices   Reign
This  $6.00 Packard shoe  tor
$3.95 today.
Specials
Women's   White    Canvas    Oxl    Is
for    95c.
Women's Patenl Oxfords, A n irlcan
make, tor $3.50
Women's  Kid    Oxfords,    American
make, tor $2-00
Wide    oxfords    with    low    hw.-is,
for  *1.75
Som^ odd sizes In Women's $3 and
$i Oxfords. Today tor $'-00
12.00   buys t.iis   Bhoe    today.
Regular $:?.50 line.
Big reductions on the above t-hoes  for today.
See om- Patent Leather shoe for $2.7!..    Regular pric--  $4.00.
Specials
Mg.i t $5. ��� 'ord   In Tan
and black for $3-50
Men's |6.00 Patents, American make, for $3.95
$2.50 and $3.00 White shoes
for $1.75
Good  shoos  for every day.
Regular price $:i and $3.60,
Today's price    $2.25
BUY      NOW
Johnston's Big Shoe House Ltd
The Sign of the Big  Electric   Shoe
Tiida;- ..  11 Ice on  I
,n,l black, $3.50 ,i pair. I
Hundreds of   pairs   of   child
shoes going to day for 50c, 60c, 75c.
This is the Btore for Boys' and <;';|-
school _.hoes. Big reductions pa s
lines. TU6��>AY, .���"�����" 1' "*
THE DAILY .Ni\VS.
PAtti. i'lVK.
��� !������ ������' i
City News
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25c Misses' Gloves for
10c pair
40c Boys' and Girls' Cashmere
Hose, 25c pair
Libera!
Grand Exhibition of
New Fall Suit Models
Practically Unlimited Assortment of Fashionable
 FALL ATTIRE	
have eclipsed all our former efforts in order to present to our patrons the most representative line
fall suits in the city.   Every suit has the individuality, snap and dressiness  which none but   the
��f Dl * t New York designer* art- able to incorporate, in their work.    We    - you to Inspect these models
i convince yourselves of our vast
Superiority in Tailored Suit Elegance
The new Fall Suit; models are exceptionally clever, including materials In an unlimited variety of
ustrous chiffon broadcloths, plain and fancy cheviots, herringbone woi teds, the new Chevron
,���,i worsteds; also an extensive showing of imported novelty Buitings In genteel color effects. The
nrotieht semi and form fitting, with long sweping lines, plain tailored or 'rimmed with satin and
coat* are "6    ' ^^^^m price   $25, $35. $45.
iral i  -'���''
Ugil".    P-GIllI    U1J.U    1V..JJL.     IllLlllBi,      V-llU     IVJUfc     �� *��� *  !"�����__      a.a.~.,.     _-
._-, with a choice 0f ideated or flare-gored  skirts.  Advance Bale
September Sale of Fancy and Household Linens
A -ale that ranks among the most successful of the year.    A sale timed to  do   the    most    good    tor
..otelkeepers, and nil who wish to secure a supply before exhibition time.
i      ,   K ni, y Tray Cloths and Linen Scarfs  at. half price.    Think what this  means to you, a cloth    at
'���_��� had tliis ween ior $l.,.ii,  and   so on.    Every    piece    of fancy linen is Simply cut in half.
$1.85 TABLE LINEN $1.19
$3.00, can i
$8.00 HEMSTITCHED bETS $5.50..
Ail inn, linen bleached Table Sets; cloth size 8x4;
. tied all around, with one dozen large napkins
tr> match Thi- is a very fine linen set. .-ind sells at
$S.OO each.    Sale Price $5.50
$1.95   TABLE   NAPKINS   $1-25.
strong, heavy,   all   Unen   N'apktn,    size    20x
large variety  of   pretty    patterns.       Regu-
(1.95 dozen.   Sale   Price       $125
$3.50   PATTERN   SET.  $6.95.
i   Linen Pattern   Sot    in    an    extra
20 Id
ter   ' '
I do      Daruask cloth,   Bize
heavy
2x21-ii   yards,   with   border
I woven n     11 four sides,   with   one   dozen   24x24   inch
I napkins to match. This conies in very handsome de ign
���   l- $9.5'   set.  Sale   price $b,95
$3.50 PATTERN CLOTH $2.35
line Satin   I lamask   Pattern ' '.-ith,  bor Ier
.-���;      an     elegant     wi   ing       Unen
J . ">. each. Sale price $2.35
J    _0c.  HUCK TOWELS 15c.
| on Linen Huck Towels, size 21x42, hem-
���   :   red   line  border;   an    ex, ���
':   . ilar prl< i   20c each. Sale price 15c
Extra fine Imported German Silver Bleached Damask,
an extremely heavy quality, very choice designs; 60
inches wide; wears tor years. Regular value $1.85 yard.
Sale price $1-19
2-l-inch Napkins to match, $3.25 doz.
$1.35  TABLE  LINEN  98c
Full two yar!.- wide,  extra  heavy   bleached  Satin  Damask, 10 new designs.    Thia   lg  :l   good,   sturdy linen,
that  will  stand the  wear.    Regular  price,  $1.30 yard.
Sale  Price    98c.
$1.10 TABLE LINEN 79c.
All   pure   Irish Damask,   73   inches     wide,     beautiful
new designs;  the best  $1.10 Linen in the city;  stands
lots   of  hard  wear.    Sale price 79c
$3.00 TABLE NAPKINS $1.95
A very heavy  all pure linen satin damask Table Napkin, 22x22 Inches;   ver;   neal   lesigns     Regular    price
$3.00 doz.  Sale  Price $1.95
40c  LINEN TOWELS 25c
Oni           lol   oj   fl                             ..     .   in   Damask   and
Huck. with plain bemm     Mng    ai I also hemstitched
ends;   these ate all large sizes.   The :"e and I"e qua
Ity, al] goal one Sale  price   25c
New Arrivals of Warm Blankets
ha     een justily te.med ilankei  House of B. C.   Oa; su    rb stock and h -    -        qualitle8
.   prices prevallli ���   inti U l   us  to  thai   phrase  Over 500 pairs of Blankets in stock.
lotatiom to   : I  Boardinghouse keepers, enabling  them to   buj    a*    Whol   ale
ALL WOOL  BLANKETS IN  WHITE  FROM  $3.75   TO   $12.00.
ALL   WOOL   BLANKETS   IN   GREY  FROM   $4.00 TO   $8.75.
UNION  BLANKETS  IN  GREY  FROM  $2.75  TO $5.50.
. H. S
The   Store   Value   Built
BKSEnSSWBEE
��ee That Dinner Set This Week
'  "": *m tn  Hall to-night,  big
ng
Captain Plttendrlgh, district court
magistrate, is 77 years old to-day.
A mild cigar put strong on quality.
| the "Auto." *�� |
: Tlit- funeral of the late D. R. Mc-
llnnes takes place today to the I, 0.
O. K cemetery
A. D. SeverB,  manager of the Bank!
| of British North America at Calgary,
I has   returned   after   spending   a   few
! days in the city.
Complete edition of McKinley's ten
j cent, sheel music, at Todd's .Music
I Houae. *��
The funeral of the late Mrs. Cedar-
berg will take place this afternoon,
leaving the residence. Thirteenth st.,
at 2 p. in. for the Oddfellows' cemetery.
Arthur Duncan, a sailor . was sent
down for three months for vagrancy
by the city police magistrate yesterday. He had tbe option of leaving
town, but failed to avail himself of
the opportunity.
Preserving peaches, $1.15 a crate, at
Howard & Muirhead. **
Th,- following application was made
In chambers before His Honor Judge
Howay yesterday: In re Bartlett.
Order granted for letters of administration. J. R. Grant supported the
application.
For sale���Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees: on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
street. **
John B. Weston and William Fox,
convicts who attacked the guards at
the Wright Island penal settlement
on May 27, were committed for trial
by Magistrate Plttendrlgh yesterday
to the fall assizes.
For tirst class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
florists.   Tel. b 20S. **
Th,- funeral of the late Mrs. John
Campbell took place yesterday morning t', the 1. O. O. F. cemetery,
Hev. T. Wardlaw Ti
H-. requi st of the family
cee lings  ���>-  re  private.
Not made to please the eye, but to
: please the   palate.    Th    "B. C."  and
"Old Sport" Cigars.
A single-masted sloop-rigg I
22 feet long by eight feet beam witb
mainsail and jib, was found by Gus
Eldstrom In Woodward's slough drift-
ling along with the current, about 12
[miles from the city. The owner should
apply o the city  police.
Liberals,   do   not    forge'    the    big
I j meeting    tonight    at    the    Hardman
Hall. **
The  following  are  the  custom.-   i-
tarns for the port of Westminster for
the month of August: Duty collected,
$30679.69;   other receipts, $106.40; Jto-
1 tal, $307-_.o0, an increase of ?l611_..>il
lover the corresponding month of last
���
ouse ���
Taken Off
urnisj
8 wire tapestry in Floral and
Block  patterns.    Reg.  90c  and.
$1.00 per yard, for, 60c per yard
Make and Lay Free.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
officiating
the     pro-
police court last month, 39 being for
drunkenness. Nineteen others were
sales Of liquor to Indians, and other
offences under the Indian act. The offences included gambling, 5; vagrancy,
3; assault. 2; false pretences, *_; keeping  disorderly   houses, _!;   and   theft,
Complete edition of McKinley's ten
cent sheet music, at Todd's Music
liouse. **
A lecture will be given In the I.O.O.
!���'. hall to-morrow evening by the
Rev.   .Mr.   Hougeu.  of  Taconia.     The
: Iress will be in the Norwegian
language.
Gulchon Hotel rates $l.u0 per day.
Special rates by the week. Meal tickets  $4.50. **
The long legal vacation came to a.n
end yesterday. Locally the county and
supreme court offices will remain open
till 1 p.m., instead of 2 o'clock as Is
the rule in July and August.
Progressive whist  will  be the  fea-
I-
f* our window for
Ve have others at
we are giving
$20.00
-   -   $16.50 Bargains
$15.00 down tO $8.00. I on our entire stock of
[You can get one to please you here
ADAMS & DEANS
Handbags
from 50 cents up
|��one 97.
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
JRD OF TRADE.   N,w   Westmin-
FJ Board of Trade   meets in the
IE n""' (""y HaU* as fo1-���8*
Th 'i m66tlng8 on the third
R;8_rt,n88 ��n ��***��*
fleeted at Proposed   and
ueetlne   T' monthly or Quarterly
h'   A- E. White, Seo..
Tenders Wanted
Tender. will be received by the un
de.sigt.ed up to Friday, the _th inst.
at noon, for ihe clearing and grftdlnj
in
CURTIS'
Drug Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
acre of land at the corner
First  street,  and   Fourth   avenilU The,
lowest or any tender not  necessarily
accepted.
VY.   A. DUNCAN,
citv Hill City Clerk, spectac-.  - .
Clt>  H,lU' I specialty of this Hn��
Aug. 81, 1908. .    '  '
on,
p S -Can give you better value
les than others.   We make ��
The chief port, as distinct from
the sub-agencies, shows an increase
of $1225S  iu  a    total    collection   of
$22119.
William  Madden, alias J. J. Curry,
or William Barnhardt, who obtained a
I horse and  buggy    from    Thompson's
; stables under the false pretence  that
he   was   to   visit   some   land   for   Dr.
Green  at   Burnaby   on   May   19,   and
'then   was   subsequently    arrested    at
! Revelstoke under the name of Curry,
i through an offer he made to another
man at Ruskin to sell the outfit, came
I up for trial yesterday before His Honor Judge   Howay,  and    pleaded    not
guilty,     Ile  was  sent down   for   five
years'  Imprisonment.    \V.   F.    Hans-
I ford  prosecuted   for  the  crown,  and
the prisoner was undefended.
\ meeting of the executive of   the
Westminster association football club
was held  last evening at    Murchie's
parlors to discuss tbe advisability of
sen,Ung  a  team to North Vancouver
1 ou  Labor   Day   to compete    in     the
, tournament     for    the    Carter-Cotton
j cup.    They   decided  to take  part in
��� the tournament, and a practice miitch
wlll be played this evening at Moody
i Square to  enable the selection committee to choose the team.   The com-
! mittee appointed to approach the mill-
owners to enlist their assistance towards the building of a dressing room
at Moody Square announce that   the
Royal City, nnd Brunette mills have
promised   donations of  lumber,    and
that the Small & Bucklin   mill   will
give an answer to-day.
There were 80 offences brought, before the n.ag*str.tt?s sitt'ng ln the ocy
ture at a social gathering to be held
to-morrow evening in St. Patrick's
hall under the auspices of the Altar
Society of St. Peter's Roman Catholic
cathedral, the games starting at eight
o'clock Music and refreshments will
add to the gaiety of the evening.
For cut flowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
Among the losses reported to the
police are a silver brooch on safety
pin, with name, and a three-year-old
field spaniel bitch, of liver and white
color. The dog belongs to Vancouver
hut information will be welcome to the
local police.
G, A. Keefer, resident engineer Dominion department of public works,
makes his first appearance iu tbe
city to-day since his accident at Victoria, when he takes over, on behalf
of the government, the new dipper
dredge Ajax, from the contractors,
Poison Iron Works, Toronto. The
representatives of the contractors will
leave here in a few days, when the
sale of their material i negotiated.
Notice
n
iberals
An important
meeting of the
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of the electoral district of Westminster will be held in Hardman's
Hall on McKenzie street this
evening, September 1st, at 8
p. m., for the purpose of discussing
matters of importance affecting
the constituency.
J. W. MacDonald, President,
A. Habdman, Secretary Advisory Committee.
Westminster Liberal Association.
This   Represents
tke Money I
Can Save You
On Insurance
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It takes a lot of talking to convince some people of the positive fact that I can save you real dollars on your fire or <any other
kind of insurance, but once you are convinced you will appreciate
the great saving I can make you.
The reason I can save you money la because I write for strong
independent Canadian companies that are not controlled by the
trust and I can give you low rates on good risks.
Just call and get my ratei and you will be convinced as others
are doing every day. ^ff
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY,
SEPTEWBER
nc
Socialists Start!,
CrossCountry
Tour
THE COUNTRY HOUSE.
Important Notice
Room     Apiirl      That     Shonld
Known a* tke "omce." The plans, profile and estimate   of
The -nost privately conducted horn* ! cost of the proposed permanent   ini-
aius. communicate with Increasing fre- i provement of Columbia    street    (in-
quency with the world outside.    Ths ! c,udIng a  maln, trunk sewer   cement
coal man. the ice man. the -rutomobil* I sldewalkB alui    street
repair shop must be upbraided or ca
Joleil.    Reports must be reviewed, ac {
 counts liept,  bills  examined  nnd  the j the room lately occupied by the school
V* \T   n V_ jp it i senders   occasionally   treated   with   n ' board, city  ball,  where they may be
iLUgene V. DeOS anu rOllOW-   ^^    From  a  room  removed  from   inspected    during    office    hours    by
the rest of the bouse one must speak i partiea interested in this  very neces-
witb  the  railway  station,  settle  with
the expressman or deliberate with the
chauffeur or coachman,   for none of
these  things  should  disturb  the  tran
fjuillity of tbe home or the equanninity
of guests.    If the house is to minister
to all  the activities  of a home  it Is
high time that space be devoted to this
mechanism of living.    For want of a
better term a room devoted to such a
pi__pose may be called the "office" of
tbe house.    Here the telephone stands
on a table  that bears also the mis-
ing of Socialist Orators
Will Travel America on
"Red Special."
Speeches Every Night
paving)    have
! been prepared and placed on view in
I sary  local  improvement.
N. H. McQUaARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
August 25   1908.
Vancouver-Mission City
J. TRAVERS mjm Ml S. S.   RAMONA!0"-*-* pwrci^
j. iixnisjiw VALUATOR .
Ali  business   in this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
on the Market square.
CAPTAIN  BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER and  CHILLI-
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with pas-
gengers and freight,
weaves    Brackman & Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a- m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
,  day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
~-"~ For rates and particulars, apply
POSTCARDS   WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
*    Vy,J J      ^TlI^aCAj NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
r   WHITMORF. Secretary.
ARE NOW ON SALE AT 	
British Columbl. Co,rt
Service.
tin,
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY
Princess    M
July 21,
QOOKSLETS
: Picture :
ROUTE.
leavea  ya
August ;, 9 15
Princess Victoria   ,^\*^t
iuit-omet
'eaves Vai
daily except Tuesday ��t7 "   ^
Steamer Charm.
Chicago. Aug.   31.���The    whirlwind
campaign trl pin which    Eugene    V.
Debs and several of bis associates of   cellaneous utensils and printed matter
the Socialist   party  are scheduled to \ that are always  wanted  ln a house
start in a special train from Chicago   -when they cannot be found,
today, bids fair to bo the greatest cam-
The commodious    freight    Bteamer
McCuiloeb..  Is  now  on the run between     Johnson's    wharf,      Vancouver,  and  Mission  City,  Fraser river,
M. MOREY'8 STATIONERY  STORE. P.O.Box 474
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F. MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
Tel. 53.
Here are
cookbooks,   gardening  books,   dlctlon-
arles,  time  tables,   while a  few  old I calling at Steveston, Ladner and   all
paign tour that has been undertaken , ^^ & cag.   t ^ m% Qf DreMeBJintermediate points,
by the  presidential  candidate    since   water e(Aan an(1 a few chewed pho-
the memorable "swing around the- circle" made by William McKinley prior,
to his first election. If the plans are
carried out in full the "red special";
will cross the .country twice, traveling
a total distant* of about 11,000 miles.
The schedule provides for 240 stops
for speeches, with meetings each night
in cities aad .large towns.
The completed itinerary calls    for
tfciis long flight: From Chicago througj
Iowa to Kansas City, Omaha, Denver, j
Leadville, Salt Lake, San Diego, Los I
Angeles San  Francisco,  Sacramento,
Portland,    Seattle,    Spokane,   Butte,!
Fargo, Minneapolis,   Duluth,   Detroit
Cleveland,   Erie,   Buffalo,    Rochester,
Syracuse,  New   Vork  City,    Sunday,!
Oct. 4, and a big meeting in the Hip- j
liofirome.    The   New   England  states!
will be Invaded and then New Jersey, '���
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Indiana,
ICiBsouri,  Kentucky,  and    Tennessee,
if time permits the schedule may be'
tographs relieve an otherwise humdrum collection of necessities. Here
srriTlng parcels are placed and the
dally mall opened. Mysterious cupboards there are nnd drawers with
lock! tbat work.���Indoors ana Out
A CONTRAST.
Leave Vancouver  7 a.m.  Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave   Mission   7   a.m.   Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
For further information address
D. H. MACGOWAN,
Box 357, New Westminster.
n��Mk aa* KaslUh **.��������� M Thmm
��r*M m Um4*r Street.
Bee a Parisienne cross a Buddy
street 8b* advances tiptoe to tht
edge of the pavement, poises like ���
bird ready for a flight deftly raltaa
ber dress more than enough to show
ber embroidered skirt the dainty bote
aad elegant bottiaea, and without mora
delay she tripe across, toe and besl
barely touching and the mud refusing
to cliag to the fairy feet tbat hardly
leave an impreseioa on tt Landed oa
tbe ottMr aide, she gives ber fine feathers a little shake into place and passes
on with shoes that look as If jaat put
en at tbat moment
Watch An Englishwoman Immediate
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAMMOND,  HANEY,  RUSKIN, MISSION
CITY. Other offices on the line to
Mission City will be opened shortly.
Notice will be given as additional
offices are opened.
British Columbia TelepbonelGo., Ltd
.   ,   ,,,, . _       hr afterward.   She reaches the curb,
lengthened to Include Oklahonja, Tex-1 mM ^ t0 , d^d 8tandatUl aad
as and ithe Southeast. stolidly contemplates the muddy road
Tons of campaign literature will be   Finally  she  selects  a route.    Then,
distributed along the route. Mr. Debs
W-H be the chief orator, but Ben Han-
ford, candidate for Vice-President,
and other Socialist leaders will be
heard. Mother Jones will be carried
along as a special attraction dnring
part Of the trip.
very cautloueiy. the lifts ber drew.
making sure that tho tops of hsr
shoes are uader cover; then, slowly
advanclag. ahe puts ber fight foot oat
Plump it goes, the water ooaing ore.
It and then splash, splash, splash, until the other side Is reached,  when.
Two Scholarships
Friday, the 28th inst., a scholarship
for the Commercial Course at St.
Ann's Academy, donated by the Right
Rev. A. Dontenwill will be open for
competition to any properly qualified
This Date in History
SEPTEMBER 1.
1536���1Jacques Cartler discovered the
Saguenay.
1620���-The English Pilgrims sailed
from Plymouth in the May-
llower.
1675��� Xhe Indians under King Philip
attacked the town of Deer-
fteld, Mass.
1814��� The 'British sloop of war Avon
Mink by the American sloop
Wasp.
1860���The Prince ol Wales laid the
corner stone for the Parliament buildings at Ottawa.
1864- Battle of Jonesboro, ended in a
victory  for   the   Confederate
^ forces.
nsi'-t- Much property and many lives
destroyed'by forest fires 'hat
swepl over North rn Miuue-
BOta,  Wisconsin    and    Michi-
���with soiled skirts and soaked  shoes, I young lady of St. Peter's Parish. Can-
���be proceeds on ber wet and muddy
way.
Nothing could be more characteristic
of their respective nationalities, ana
aofhlng could be more amusing thai
their mutual contempt for each other's ways. ��� Translated From ths
French For St. Louis Republic.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office "Phone 18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
^Westminster..
IRON    WORKS
; pr,..,.. a.,., ^'""'J
cept Wednesday. yei*
WE8TMIN8TER.VICT0RIA ROllT
S.S. Trader will leave vL   U
New Westminster ever, Tue2bt
J.ave_..e,  ,,:���,,, ^
WEST  COAST  R0UTEi
S S- Tee��
Leaves Victoria 11 p.ni. uUft
and 20th of each month f,rClavo2 I
Mosquito Harbor and way ^"J
of each month for Quatsino
ports; 20th of each
Win*
1:3�� P-m. tJ
Friday ana SattJ
P-m.   Leaves NanaiB, J
'''-' l ca,-u 1,1(jwn Ior aw.
Quatsino. Cape Scott and way ���] |
VANCOUVER-NANAIM0 R0UT|,
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouve.
except Sunday.
leaves   at 1
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAl��a I
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
8.S. City of Nanaimo,
Office and Works: Leaves Victoria Tuesday i ajJ
TeMhStreet. -   torWaatelw\*%����!*,l.���_....'.i
��� | arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gatea,  fences,  Crest-
inga, Balcony Railings, and
Firs   Escapee.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
GranH TrnnW Rv Canadian Pacific rm NLET- *"��H
���urand Irank Ky.i ^^m company
Excellent Train Serrice'Between'
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
8. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every W��J!
_ ,    i I dsy, from Vanoouver   io u^ <n-
-1 Thursday.   Returning arrhnwVa.
Canadian National ExniDition1 c��u 7sui u>af     ��v^
uuu__��- ** .; jjonday morning, via Ladysmiu,
Tnrnntn northern b. c. routi
IUIUHIU g8    Arnur
Tickets on sale August 24th to Sep-;    Leaves Vancouver 2nd and lit! j
tember 3rd.   Good    until    September every  month.
26th.   Fare $62.70 return. UP RIVER.
R(*svt.**r ���
For further particulars and reserva-
.   ,   ���   ,        .    .    , ,    . ,       ^ From   New   Westminster Hoito
And all the pnncipal business centers of t'ons apply
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL ED. GOULET,
TIME PROVINCES. Agent, New Westminster,
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and or to E, J. COTLE,
PHILADELPHIA, via {Niagara Falls.      Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
For Time Tables, etc.. ad3ress ������������^������a������������
GEO. W. VAUX_ SOCIETIES.
��������<��� Hat* ��nd Wnm.n'i Veils.
"I se�� bere thnt n woman writer
wonders -why a man always looks ln
bis hat before he puts it on," said tb��
reflective man ns he looked up from
bis paper. "Here Is what she says:
"When a ioa�� puts on hie hat he most
ali-rays loolt(. Inside It fir. t. What he
expects to see remains a mystery, hut
be looks for it, all the same.' That's
easy.  He looks in his hat to see If ths
Idldates will please be at the Academy
at 9:30 a.m.
At   1:30 p.m.  a second competition
will be held at the Convent open   to
! any young lady    of   the   city.   This
i scholarship has been kindly offered by
| Mayor Keary.
All are requested to be punctual.
The Commercial    Course   and    the
' other classes at the .\cademy reopen
Tuesday. September 1st, 9 a.m.
Notice
Notice is hereby given that tlie Van-
knot holding the inside band together I couver Power company,  Limitt-d, has
���will be at the back of his head when |tnis day deposited in the Land Regis-
Now, if she'll  tell me I
he puts It on.
why a woman always pulN down bet
veil a��id purses up her mouth befora
she steps ont of doors we'll call It
square."���New York Press.
ii
The Milwaukee"
���'The   Piona.tr   Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Ghort   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
.'���      trains   ic   t'ne   service   un   any
ul   in   the   world  that   equal   in
c<; upment  that   *,{ the Chicago,  Milwaukee   ft  St.   Faul   Railway.     They
own  and  oyerate  their  own   sleeping
are',    ��� rs or. alll their trains and
give     ��� i    _, tror.s   an   excellence   of
_erv, . btaisafale elsewhere.
... .. ROW;.. General Agent.
ISA*Third M.. cor AWcr  ���Portland. Or.
Vancouver.   B.   C.
Side   .Vhinkri..
In her last novel, "Tbe Dream a___
the P-uslne***." Mrs. Crainie. I regret t��
note, used the expression "side whisk,
ers." The rednndant "side" Is to b%
found also iu Meredith, Dickens, ths
jrreat.r Rkhardaoa, Bronte. Calne
Corelli. Sfmi* and Shorter. As a matter
of fact, unless otherwise stated, the
least Intelligent  reader would take  It
try Office at the City of .New Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and book of reference of the West-
minster-Chiliiwack Railway Extension
from a point at or near lots one and
two, city block four in the City of
New Westminster, to Ab'.otsford passing through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta. I_angley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Ahbotsford In the
District Of Xew Westminster, being
section one. two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by tlie Chief
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chi^AKO, 111.
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Tho
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves Nei W��
mi��tter Monday, Tuesday. We4
1 ���-'   '  " ; Thursday, Friday and Saturday nil
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LOOSE, NO. 27.���: p.m.   Except Saturday at 2 p.ra _i_|
The regular meetings of this lodge : tional trip Monday ", a.m.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Coute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect witb
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
I.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
are held ln Oddfellews* hall Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock.
-a-aaa������ ���  ~���^������������~������a���__���_.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. S
��� Meetings the first and third Tuea
day in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows'  block, Clarkson  street
Leave    Westham   Island   Moi_||
Tuesday,  Wednesday, Tliv.rs'.ay. 1
urday at 7 a.m.    Friday ���
tlonal trip Saturday leave ���   if
5  p.m.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
For   reservations  and  tatoraiJ
call or address
ED OOULET,
Agent. New \V ._tn:inpt��-1
tr.. I  C0YLB
Asat. Oen. Pass   Agent, Vssam^
J. W. TROUP,
Oneral 8uuer1n*<**,-ient. v.rw�� I
Mail Service
for  granted  that  the whiskers  were
worn on the side of the face, ns Indeed  Commissioner of Lands and Works tor
ia tlie usual practice.   Tlie terms "Up   the Province of British Columbia.
whisker" (mustache) nnd "chin whisker" (beardette) are Americanisms.���
Pall Mail Gazette.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
6���Asylum.
0���Royal City .Mills. .
7���Carnarvon and Tenth
4���Royal avenue and Eighth.   ,
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth. ���
12���St.  Mary's HospMal.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia  and  Dufferin
IH���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sinth.
24-��� - _..rd avenue anil Second.
25���Fifth  av����ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
88���Agnes und Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
3fi���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.  Station.
42--Small X- Bucklin Mills.
Ji-_t   I ii.      Hlm.
The Rev,  Waltei   ,niton, author ot
"Ship   and   Shore"   and   other   books,
gave a most forcibl* Illustration of the I
character of an officer on board the i
Rbip to which lie was attached as chap- |
lain. Tne officer was always meddling
with other people's business nnd waa
seldom in his own place.  Consequently
he was most unpopular with the sailors.   One of them, goaded to unusual
Irritation, said one day, "I do believe
that  nt  the   general  resurrection  the
lieutenant will be found getting out of
somebody else's grave."
Dated this Tth day of August, A, D.
190S.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for the Vancouvi.   Power
Company Limited.
The Soft AinTMr,
"Johnny," said the stern parent, "my
father used to whip me -when I bo-
hared at the table as badly as you ars
doing."
"Well," rejoined the precocioui
youngster. "I hope IMI never have to
make a confession like that to my littl*
boys."-a'h.<\_go News.
Effect of HIk'i Living.
Goodman <;onrong-Wake up. pard
Wot ye greanin' about? TufTold Knutt
(rubbing his eyes)���Qosh, but I've bad
* horrible dream: I thought I'd got a
Job o' work nn' vrm doln' the manl
curin- fur n octopus.   Chicago Tribuna
to**
���M
ADVKBTSV;
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
FOB  QUICK PaETUBNS
A   ll<��l,,rnllve.
���applicant���I'm faint from lack of
food. Ui<h Lady (generously)���How
arcadful! Bars, nop.] my vi-aaigrelte
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Uav in the Ve*t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OK FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted witb
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists oi
private compartment cars, standard
t6 section sleeper., luxurious dining
:��r. reclining chair car. (seats free)
nodern day coaches and buffet, li
'jrarv and  smoking cars.
For T.me  Tables,  i", ;..,r,   or anj
���urtl-rr  information  call on  or   writi
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
730 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Synopsis ot  Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands with-
in the railway belt in British Colum-
bla, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a family, or
any male over 18 years of age, to the i
extent of one-quarter section of 16U !
acres, more or les3.
Entry must be made personally  at \
the local iaud office for the district in
which the land is situate.    Entry by ,
proxy may, however, be made on cer-
tain conditions by the father, mother,-
son, daughter, brother or Bister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader I   req Ired to perform the conditions connected there
With    under    one    of the    following1
plans:
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the bind In
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the home-
Bteader resides upon a farm in the \
vicinity of the land entered for, the j
requirements as to residence may be j
satisfied by such person residing with '
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his perman- |
ent residence upon larming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements    as    to resi- I
dence may lie satisfied by    residence j
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be I
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre. |
Not more than 2560 acres sha1! be
leased to one individual or company, |
A royalty at the iate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Mlnibtcr of the Interior
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday ;
evening at 8 p.  m., In the Eagles'
hall,   Columbia   street.    A.   Clark, Dl8patcbed by C. P. R train attJI
W. Pres.;   H. Schofield, Secretary. n ,n . (,lose 5.3,,
Sumas and Seattle, via H.;d'-M*|
dally.
Millside  No.   1.  daily  eu^
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m.. In Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���ONai OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT *b
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First und
Third Tuesday of every month 111
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I.  0.  O. F.���-Royal  City  Lodge,  No.  3
���Meets   In   Oddfellows'   Hall,   Col-'
umbla Street, every Friday evening'
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethren will '
be    made    welcome,    fl.  E,  Gilley,
N. Ci.; C. E. Osborne, P, Q., recording secretary.
-USE. OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Rc,i Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. m.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in eacb month. _auie
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.!
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A. i
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F, and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1160; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F��� Court Westminster, No. 880;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Neat No. 29;
*_rtii__,i_i_.   kt��     1     ....il.-   ci,a,.- *#|
day;   Sapperton  No.  1, dailj H
Sunday.   Mails received at ���' --,a*
Dispatched by B. C. Electric ��M
Co., C:'S0 a.m.
Vancouver, No.  1, dallyexo
days.   Return ma I n  -
Vancouver,    No,
Lake;  closes al 3:30
copt Sunday.
at 6:31 p.m.
!;��� ���    ���
I
Dispatched by C. !'��� '*��� '    ;-
p.m., mail closes at l�� '   *\,
am
Calgary -md V.m
P, U. first main. Re
at 10:30 a.in.
C. P. U. NO. '-'. 6
of Lytton, except   -
Harrison    Hot    **\ "
Junction, Lytton, Porl
Haney pun,; on m
Sapperton,  No. 2;  M...8ld]
Coquitlam, daily except Siu>>
turn mall received at I"
carrier ll'M n"0'
Trade Marks
Designs
CoKvi-iGHTa Ac.
Anrnnr ��eti_lnj .. kolrVi nnd dMorletloTI m��T
Hulcklr u��iert��ln "nr opinion freo wjleUM. mi
InTcntlfin !��� prcDBltly pn.oniahlfl. '*<in<n..inl. __.
UnnintrlcllrcnnUd. mini. HANDB.OK on PjMntt
i.nt froe. OInoM nironr; for lacuruin mitRnti.
Patent* tsijj! tnrouBh Munn *Vo. receive
tftciol MtK without cliai-co, In tho
HI",
T.f-1
Wedi*1
Ml
Scientific Jiitiericati.
���nlitlon --f any Mtontlflo joaniBJ    ..������,_,,_
CmikU, **.7i �� rMr.poetaiie prepaid.   hi,M bs
���11 j-r,��-',|���_ler_. ���-,',.    bum uj
Dispatched by
Timberlanil, Strawberry
days and Fridays,   Ret im ���" '
ceived Tuesdays and ����*jL
All down river points vi'i������
except Sunbury.
Sunburry. Monday
and Fridays; leaves 11 ;im* ,
Dispatched by carrier, i:M "��� J
Dispatched by Q.N. Fyier, 4 r ^
To southern    i>"i��,s,   da,y
Sunday.    Return mall 11 PjjJJL
Clayton,   Tuesdays and  ��    m
Monditys. WedMfldaya Rfld > HI
Tynehead,    Wednesdays -'"'  ^
days.   Return mad recelvea
aad Fridays. ^^^
Dispatched by 0.N.R, "���||"1'.     -^
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl. ^"M
NicDttH'kl, **
Hazelmere,     Hall's    l'^1'1"
cord, Blaine  and  Seattle
In  Washington and s
nil r1
points in eastern states).    '^\ji
cept Sunday.    Return m&"'   JM
nt   3.80   P-m.   Bona'
and Saturdays
-.!
C,-,,,'!'^ jeSD**'
SEPTEMBER 1, �����*
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVE.V
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BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
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COSTS MONEY
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FERNIE SUFFERERS HELPED
BY WESTMINSTER RESIDENTS
Too muck money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
'TheDaily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
"The
DAILY
NEWS
ss
Ss
it '-������
���ynops.s of Canadian North-Weat
Homes'.-ad Regulations.
Aay even numbered section ot Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 20,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who i_ the sole head cf a
family, or any male over 18 years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate.   Entry by prosy may,
I however, be made at an  agency on I pr walker       5.00
I certain conditions by the father, moth-1 Empioyeea penitentiary       44.00
The following ls the complete list
of contributions to date to tbe Fernie j .Malins, Coulthard & Co	
relief fund:
Cash.
W. F. Hansford  I B.OO
C. B. Sword    10.00
Miss George   2.00
J. G. Brymner   5.00
C. G. Major   10.00
F. J. Hart & Co  25.00
W. L. House  2.00
Wm. Wolfenden    2.50
Dr.  Drew     10.00
W. H. Barraclough         5.00
I er, son, daughter, brother or sister of! Vanstone & Co
Ian intending homesteader. George Kennedy
The homesteader is rejuired to per-1 E  r>   Fitzgerald
(form the homestead duties under one ].   ^  Hilj
.of the following plans- L" w   Haslam  .
(1)    At least six months' residence   , r.���j
v , James Ix>rd   .. -
| upon  and  cultivation of  the land   in
J. T. Trachy   2.Do
Innes & Reid    5.00
Royal City Realty Co  5.00
Brown's barber shop 50
Fraser chop house   .50
Hee Chung   2.00
Settlers'   Association     2.00
2.00
Thos. Mowbray   2.00
G. It. Speck   1.00
.las. Wise     10.00
Miss  Ward    1.00
J.  D.  Kennedy     20.00
P. O. Bilodeau   10.00
B. C. Distillery    25.00
L. A. Lewis    50.00
Father O'Boyle     10-00
��� i each year for three years.
(2)    a nomesteader may
i Westminster bowling alley
, Bartenders' union	
-I.  II. Todd 	
A Friend  	
1 Mrs. C. Purvis 	
b   Boyle
G. W
K__
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_____
���::���..
a?.
  if he  so
J I dsslrys, perform the    required    reai- '���
*' dence  duties   hy  living  on    farmiu-.
��� I land owned soiely bv him. uot less
2 | than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
Tithe  vicinity of his homestead.   Joint
��� ownership iu land will not meet this
X   requirement.
xj    13)   If tbe father (or mother, if the
��� I father is deceased) of a homesteader
cas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon  a homestead entered   for by him j P. Peebles   	
in the vicinity, such homesteader may | H. M. Marshall	
perform his own residence duties by  Archibald Bros	
living with the father (or mother).     T. L. Briggs 	
(-1)   Tne term "vicinity" in the two Columbian Pub. Co.
preceding paragraphs  is   defined    as: Model Grocery
R. .1. Rickman ...
Rev.  A.  Shildrick
W. J. Kerr's office
A. E. Rand 	
J. J. Cambridge  -
John Sprott  	
O. Wilkie   	
H. P. .McMartln ..
D. W. Johnston . -
J. Reid 	
J. S. Clute 	
C. S. Keith 	
R. H. Cheyne .. .
3,00'S.  A.  Fletcher  ..
:,.,,.,  A. P. Grant	
5,00  J,   Mahoney   	
1 00   Dr.   Doherty   	
2.0ii  Myers Gray	
,50   L. Wilson  	
20.00
5.00
10.00
2.001
2.00
B.OO
Beggs    1.00 ��� W. H. Nesblt
  1.00 M. Monk   . ..
  20.00; D. F. S. P.  .
      5.00 Calgary 	
      5.00 S. J	
Saidto &  Co	
Gilley Bros	
II. Morey & Co	
Agm-s I.. Hill ma********************m
& Edmonds      10.00 City  Hall   .
10.00 ' Westminster
10.00 ' Burquitlam   ���'
50.50'Bank of Montreal   	
5.00; Citizens'  picnic committee
5.00' Rose lodge, S. O. E. B. S..
Whiteside    ^^^^^^
T. It. Pearson 	
,1. E. Allen (N. C. B.)  .
Employees B. C. E. R.
  50.00
  5.00
  14.00
  10.00
  1.00
........ 1.00
  1.00
  i.OO
  1.00
  1.00
  1.00
  1.00
  1.00
  1.00
^^^^B	
       1.00
 ' 10.00
       5.00
       5.00
       5.00
      7.50
      5.00
 50
       1.50
     30.00
lapanese       21.60
2.50 IH. 0.
Brown
10.00 | George Mead ^^^^^^^^^^
10.00 	
25 -001        (Collected by Chief Mcintosh.)
2.00
50.00
25.00
15.00
1.00
5.00
meaning not more tWin nine miles in , Schaake Machine Works   25.00! _   T '       T ...
,,     _  ..            ,    .         . ..        ���..                                                              . ������  J.  L. Mclnnes   5.00
a  direct line, exclusive of the width | f*. Crake    1.00  _   _  ���    . .
.    ,        .    I                                                                    G. F. Bradshaw   5.00
of  road  allowances crossed    in    the William Turnbull    2.00  _   _ . , ���,.
      5.00.L"  GeiS*T   ������������  5-����
S.3X
���..*,.���-
���-;
".** :. :
measurement.
(5) A hotnesteadei Intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
he given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Dr. Frank Smith
25.00
��� i to appl
��� I
___________________________________
��� I Deputv of the Minister of the Interior
N,   B.���-Unauthorized  publication
this   advertisement  will   not  be
for.
2.50
3.00
10.00
Dominion  Pipe Co
Dr. Green   	
P. Birrel   	
W. I Arms'.i'.ag   ^^^^^^^^^^^
Dr. G. Drew      10.00
Small & Bucklin     25.00
John Stewart (Elgin)
C. E. Hartley 	
A. Swanson   	
Ed.  Walmsley   	
Thomas Grey -
E. Sait 	
Mrs. I. McMartln
I J. C. Gill
W. Hay .
IW. Bourke  	
| D. McLeod   	
i George McMurphy
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.00 i    (Collected at St. Mungo Cannery.)
paid j William Goodfellow        2.00 ! James
flt
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.URGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor. Gulchon block, Colum-
tn and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, fi. C.
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Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
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' leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
I Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m.
| Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. * Y.���VANCOUVER-
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*' i arrive Qulchon 6 pm-
i',    Leave Oulchon 6 a. m, arrive New
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THE     DAILY      NEW*
FOR BIO RF8ULTE.
J.  Lovee   	
J. G. Gamon  	
Capt. Pittendrigh  	
Malins. Coulthard & Co	
Robert Kennedy  	
.Diamond bar.er shop  	
S0*     T    1 IV
John  A\ ise   	
i Xels Nelson 	
D. S. Curtis 	
Drs. Holmes __ Hacking ... .
G. Rawlison 	
Ed.  Goulet  	
E. .1. Failer. and office staff
John  Crean   	
D. Grossman   	
George E. Martin  	
F. B. Lyle 	
Robert Jardine  	
T. Gifford   	
John Peck   	
A. E. White 	
H. T. Kirk 	
J. W. Mcintosh 	
Rev. J. S. Henderson 	
A.  Pringle   	
.M. Sinclair  	
M. L. Rugs	
.McLeod, Mark & Co	
W. J. Walker	
E. M. Mered'th 	
James Johns'-: n   	
Mrs. Hugh Gordon 	
George Turner   	
J. W. Creighton  	
W. \V. Forrester	
J. A. Montgomery	
Jos. Armstrong  	
Dr.   Kenny   	
H.  Ryall   	
I.  Hudson   	
3. 11. Thompson  	
John Reld 	
... M.  Fraser
.. 100
1.00
.. 1.00
.. 1.00
.. 1-00
.. 1.00
.. 1.00
 H 20.00
2.50 ! James Anderson       10.00
2.50     ���
2.50  S. R	
5.00'George C. Waldie
1.00 | George Stagg 	
2.00 ' Bruce Fisher  	
2.00   Andrew   Halcrow
2.00  John K. Raphall ���
Canfiel,!
2.00 . S'. Mungo Canning Co.
10.uu
5.0 i
2.001
10.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
2.00
5.00
50.0U
10.00
2.00
5.00
10.0,1
(Collected by the Daily News.)
Daily  .sews        25.00
T. H. W       1.00
Mrs. W. -\. Bole      10.00
Brewery employees       15.00
A.  Whealler        5.00
J.  B  .Wilson        20.00
Friend          2.00
Anonymous        2.50
D D.  Bourke       2.00
Merenapdiss.
W. E. Fales     10.00
10.00 i Thomas Rutledge        5.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
50.00
5.00
2.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
E. Goudy   10.00
N. w. Creamery  20.oo
Hardman & Co  10.00
M. J. Phillips   30.00
Daniels  &  Loat     30.00
George Adams 	
Brackman-Ker	
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Hale Bros	
J. A. Lee 	
Westminster Clothing Co.  .
Reld & Co	
C. A. Welsh 	
T.   Muir  	
Adams & Deans 	
Mrs. Birtch 	
T. H. Smith  	
W. S. Collister  	
20.00
15.00
5.00
White, Shiles & Co     15.00
H. Dorer      5.00
J.  Crane   !      5.00
Mayers & Preston 	
Martin & McQuarrie   	
W. A. Gilley 	
J. B. Kennedy 	
Gardhouse Bros	
J. J. MacKay & Co	
J. J. Jones 	
Diamond Barber -shop	
,T. Relchenbach 	
H. O. Bute 	
W. J. Brennan  	
Holbrook hotel  	
William Collier 	
J. D. B. McDonald     10.00
R. Elley  	
B. C. Cigar factory 	
E. Falch  	
Occidental hotel	
Alex. Matheson	
Jas. Wise  tt	
AI. Peters	
lO.OOJw. C. Chamberlin 	
5.00  W. E. Sinclair 	
5.00 T. S. Annandale 	
5.001 Johnston Shoe Store	
H. Morey & Co	
J. N. Aitchison  	
McMenemy  Meat Market
West End Grocery 	
Sing On -Co	
Quong On Wo & Co.  ...
Sing Kee 	
Ning Lai & Co	
Jackman & Burtman ....
10.00 j Kdmonds Tea Co	
10.001 Mrs. Hoftard	
25.00
15.00
5.00
5.00
25.00
2.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
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6.00
5.00
5.00
Acme Clothing Co	
Frank Broad 	
Benson & Ayling  	
Gordon Dry Goods Co	
Anderson & Lusby  	
Fraser Valley Meat Market
Frank MacKenzie	
M. W. Grant 	
How..:,l nnd  Mulili   i I
Barclay  & Adams   	
Bryson & Sons 	
Kyle ft Son	
Iamon ft Aune 	
5.00 H. Moray ft Co	
5.00 Belyea ft Qfi	
2.50 A. L. Lavery 	
18.00
25.00
.40.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
15.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
15.00
100.00
100.00
10.00
10.00
25.00
25.00
10.00
20.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
5.00
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Hammers
Axes, Etc.
Any of our tools bearing
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hy ns.
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Trains Held Up
In East by
Washouts
WINDSOR SALT���oujht to
cost more ����� pure, fine, wd_-
savoure-d. Goes further, too. But
not a cent clearer.
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OBITUARY
Winnipeg, Aug.  31.���All   westbound
and ea-itboiiiul trains on the man line
of the C. P. R. have been held up by
washout of the track between Winnipeg and Kenora of a magnitude unprecedented in the history of this portion of the road. Early Sunday morning rain began to fall and for several I He h:ul  ,,<;'eu  '"  tailin
I
Death  of  Capt. Ackerman.
Capt. Theron Ackerman died at the
'.Royal  Columbian  hospital    yesterday
[morning after several weeks' illness.
health    for
hours iioured down in torrents, much I some time, and two operations had
in the nature of a series Of cloud- teen performed in the hospital in the
bursts. Tbe surrounding country is! hope of allaying the ravages of the
for the most part of rocky formation abdominal disease to which he suc-
and  the  volume of water  whicli de-   cumbed.    At the end of last week it
recovery    was
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Weatminater, B. C.
**************************
We Have
ALL KIND8 OF       /
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beat quality.      m
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION **
DRUGGISTS.
'Ellard Block, New Westminster.
was  announced  that
hopeless.
The late Capt. Ackerman was 53
years of age and a native of New
Vork He spent much of his early life
in California and in 1SS4 came to
Westminster. He was in business with
his brother, O. B. .\ckerman, as a
millowner and contractor for a few
1888,  when  he  first'
sceuded, unable to find ,a natural outlet through the ground, poured across
the track at several places and rendered th? rails yer4y dangerous.
The worst situation was at Horner,
a small flag station 110 miles east of
Winnipeg, where the water was running over the tracks  in    a   steady
Stream.   All the regular express and
immigrant trains were held on each! years   prior  to
side     Special  trains were  sent    out | came Into public notice as captain of
west  from  here.    Hundreds  of men  the volunteer fire brigade, then in an:
have  been  sent out  to  assist  in re-1 unorganized state.   Two or three years
! later, a paid department was establish-
..   _ ed and Captain _Vckermun remained in
pairing.
Big Liberal meeting to-night. All
Liberals requested to be present at the
Hardman Hall. **
HUGH MURRAY SEEKS
REDRESS FOR DETENTION
Compelled to  Spend   Night   in   Lockup,   He  Carries  His  Grievance
to City Council.
A standing order at the police station that all persons arrested after
ten o'clock at night shall be refused
their liberty on production of bail
until the following morning, is being j ~ "t"0"" e-.erclse  the  patrol  work, and
charge of the brigade till the fall of;
1898, just after the    great   fire,    in
whicb, however, he did not take part,,
as he was away at the time in the j
East.   Among the great conflagrations |
of his regime were the Campbell &
Anderson, and Udall & Sinclair   fires,
the  Royal   City and Brunette   mills,
and the Masonic block  (twice). j
After leaving the brigade he went
into the tug business with Capt. Croll, |
running the Stranger, once a familiar
craft here. After various changes
the interests were sold out to Emerson B. Nobles, his brother-in-law.
About -six years ago the captalh took
charge of the Dominion fisheries probation ksrulser, *e Georgia, of
which he has had command since.
In this connection his work was main-
School Books
AND
Supplies!
Everything Yuu Need
 ^AT	
Morey
Blotters,   Rules   and  Boot
Csvers   Free!
made the  basis  of a    grievance    by
Hugh Murray, who, on September 21,
was arrested on a complaint made -fey
Andrew  Linn,  who charged    Murray
with shooting at him with a revolver
at Soif.h Westminster.     The    accused
was Docked up until 9:30 a.m. the following    Saturday,   *when    the    case
against him was dismissed, tbe com-
piatnant  failing to appear.    Although
i ab'le  to   provide bail   money,   Murray
'���was   not  given this  privilege,  owing
I to 'he standing OTder restricting the
I hours when prisoners may be allowed,   , _        .
'their liberty.    The  crmtrman  of  the	
police committee, of the city council
has been apprised of Murray's grievance, and will make an investigation
into the cnmiila'vfnt with a view to find-
in;; a remedy. It is understood that
Mr. Murray, who was on different occasions city pounaTteepBi1, has taken
legal advice -wlfh a view to securing
redress.
generally to see that the fisheries reg-
ulations were observed.
Capt. Ackerman was the most prom- \
inent member of the Knights of
Pythias this city has yet possessed,
and served as grand chancellor of
British Columbia. He was also a
member of the uniform rank.
He  is  survived  by his  widow and
one married daughter, Mrs.    Melville
Bryson, of Ashcroft.     His    brothers j
living are _Vsa C, of Huntingdon, and
C. B.. now in California. Mrs   Boley,!
is a sister.
The funeral takes place on WTednes- j
day afternoon, leaving 287 3rd ave, at
'2:30.    It will be under the  auspices1
of the local lodges of the Knights of
Pythias.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
j SUBSCRIPTIONS COMING  IN
FOR FRASER CENTENNIAL j E��1ard B,ocK, New Wettminster,
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NOTICE
-���-. IKi.isfole for
9. t - ��� ontracted on bet* if ol
��� ������ szni i Favo .:���-������.
.1. C. BRUCE
The foBowlng donations have   been
.received  so  far towards    the    dollar!
subscription collection for the Simon!
Fraser centennial    fund.   The   News
I will acla__3-wile<Js__ any sent to Exhibi-
! tion  Manage.r   <viv<��� of City Hall, and;
a separate   account will be opened atj
'<,ne of i_i- Inula     Donations will be]
������   welcome a-t onoi  as the monument is i
, alrea I- <:��� ch red.
Duke ol KSortdtt     $0.001
Miss Fra��sr (THani'lton.    I.OO
.it     R. E. GosneB :   1.00
the! A   0., M<-K--.,     l .00
S K. p. Peti is iT-rii-(-,- Lake)   1.00
W.   II    Ki a    1 .00
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REAL ESTATE
I'M
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
Open to
Charter
The fast and commodious
launch
J. C. Bruce
carrying forty passengers,
is open to charter by
picnic or private parties.
For terms and dates apply
to White, Shiles & Co.,
Columbia street.
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKLNQ TO AND FROM A.NY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OP-
FICE.
i     Next   sailings   of   the   Empress*!
Sept 4 and 18.
For  other  dates  ani  particulars
apply to
ED.  UOULET.
c- P n. Ai?en_.
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ADVERTISE
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T H E..._D A ' L Y      NEWS       P
if YOU War*, a Situation.
Our First
Announcemen
REGARDING
FALL
GOODS
^SBB
In this, our initial fall announcement for this year,
we but mention the arrival of new lines. This store
has been receiving its new stock of goods fur the
last two weeks, and now begins the display of our
recent arrivals.
We Are Showing
New Dress Goods and Trimmings, Ladies' Coats,
Suits, Skirts, Children's Coats, Woolen Underwear,,
Flannelette Underwear, Heatherbloom Underskivts,
Reynier Kid Gloves (Full Stock), Umbrellas, \\Teck
Ruching, Blouse Flannelettes, Plain and Striped
Flannelettes, Boys' and Girls' Hosiery.
We promise you interesting sto^e stews, respecting
our large stock of new goads. W��tch every advertisement. We invite yrJU to vfeit any department
where we will take pleasure in showing these
varied lines.
W. S. 'collister & Co.
THE ST 0RE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Clor  eat 5:30
J We Close at 5:
m
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