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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
^1v %_
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
*       NUMBER Mi
NEW   WSSTMINSTER,  B.  C  MONDA.   MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
HOLDUP WAS
CAREPUILY PLANNED
MailClerk'sWit Saves Regis-
* tered Sack From Looters
-Little Plunder Taken.
.., e.,'11''
...    one of the must
daring
hold* i ���
nl tempted  on   a
Noil hern   Pa-
'     :      ''      ':"n ,,���        ,
almost   within    the
rifle trail
���      ..,,, after midnight
masked men stopped
IflSt l'*~':'
fte train al 0     and boarded the en-
��� encounter with the
;' ^ .���.,���   the    mail    car
mt to the engim   was  detached, and
��ne of the men taking charge ol the
enfine, tbe part) came on west to
T,eDt, where the trainmen were dis- j
lSe_ by t"1-' robbers
BREWERS DEMAND
SHARE Of SURPLUS
m;._e
The bandits
m proceeded to within a mile of
ftrdley, where they robbed the mail
��&r The baggage car and the express car were untouched, and none
c( ,j,e passengers were molested.
\s soon as word was received at
SioUne a special train wats made up,
coDSlsUng of a switch engine and a
coach, and with several deputy sheriffs
an. special agents of the Northern
Pacific, was rushed to Trent. Shortly
afterwards a complete posse, headed
by Sheriff Doake, who had not been
notified in time to catch thc first
special train, started out to scour the
country.
Tricked by the  wit  of    the    mail
clerks, little plunder is believed    to
have been secured by the two masked
men.  Warned that the robbers were
coming the clerks took advantage of
the time after the train had been cut
to two. and threw the local registered
packages   into    a    newspaper    siu-k,
where they were not noticed.    So far
(���reported, the only booty stolen was
.... j mcli   of registered   mail    sent
from Chicago to Spokane, and one for
Beattli made up along the route.
The train is not known to have ear-
1 ited packages Of  any  great  value.
Balance of Fund Subscribed
for Fleet Reception in
FriscoClaimedbyY.M.C. A.
San Francisco, Aug. 16.���Members
of the local Young Men's Christian association and the brewers are in a
lively squabble because the former
have, made a request for $17_.s of the
���surplus left iron.' the Reel reception
fund, to which the beer men were
heavy contributors.
The brewers say they ar.; righteously Indignant for the. simple reason
that they do not propose to have any
part of their money used for the advancement of ,an organization that is
known to Im> antagonistic to their interests. They have demanded of
Frank Symmes, who was chairman of
the entertainment committee, the return of their pro rata of the surplus,
and this request ls now under consideration.
LARGE SCORE MADE IN
POOR BASEBALL GAME
Bodley's Boys Take a  Half Share    In
Practice Game at Queens Park���
Win Out by 21 to 2.
|*i**m_a.     .
IS TOURNAMENT IS
MG GOOD PROGRESS
T IN ARE INJURED
IN CIRCUS TRAIN WRECK
Four Fiat Cars Ditched Eight   Miles   From Westminster
Seven Wagons Smashed ��� Traffic on CN. R. Line
Suspended  Pending Removal of Debris
���Track Torn Up ���Hoodoo Day
for  Barnum & Bailey.
LIST  OF   INJURED.
W. H. WHEALLEN, Rochester,    N
Y.,     right     shoulder     crushed,     ribs
broken, spine may be injured. May not
recover.
ANDREW McLEAN, Mount Vernon,
Wash., wounded In head. May not recover.
walked to the caboose after being released from his dangerous position.
He became delirious a few minutes
later. It is feared that his spine is
Injured, and that he may die.
Medical Assistance.
A Chinaman, u member of a section
gang from Liverpool, hurryiug to the
WAGES ARE INCREASED PENALTIES EEATURE OE
IN NORTHERN TOWN    IMTER-VPEDIATE GAME
������native Library.   ***f? *�� I 	
Construction Men Rejoice to Eburne Goes Down to De-
Hear That Pay Envelope feat Before Locals -Eight
Will Be Fatter in Future.     Goals to Two.
by
Prince Rupert, Aug. 16.���One ol the \ game, which was signalized
mosl noticeable features of J. W. the number of penalties, showing a
Stewart's visit, ami one that will be deti rmlnatlou to put a stop to prac-
heralded with delight amongst the tices which do nol make for clean la-
railway construction men, is the rate crosse, was played on Saturday -at
lng of standard of wages to be paid Queens pari* between a picked local
to laborers on the Grand Trunk Pacific Intermediate twelve and Eburne, a
work. Considerable dissatisfaction team which figures well in the Van-
has been felt and many hundred men couver intermediate league ChaTlie
have quit work in preference to work- Galbralth showed a resolve lo put all
ing for the low wages which have ��� offen lers off the field, and at times
heretofore been paid. Although the'four men were on the fence at once,
minimum was said to tie $2.25 per day,  Alex. Robertson  was penalized    most
for    the     Westminsters,    and
I
C.    Cur-
G '���!   ���; - ������ 38   wafi  made     In the
'���������������..- ti . :i imenl  on  Saturday, and
tie garni _*en     ��� ��� enly    contested,
������ ������.. lies' doubles. The
following . esull of the s''<s
played
Ladies' sir..
MUss Shll : at  Miss Mothersill.
6-2, 8-���
Miss Co   ould Mi
boulil, ',     i. .'
Men's slni ���
���������������- '���.'   D nd, 6-4, 6-2,
'���> crae   eat 6-4, 6-4,
'   'r>   eat S] -"!��� r, 6-2, 6-2.
O'Brien,  3-6, U-4.  0
''   ���'' her, 6-3, 6-2,
liixed
���: een beat  Russell |
nd Mites 1 1-6, fi.i, 6-2,
Ml    i   Corbould
' and  Mis. Rick-
Today's Games
' i
ti   ���
I  :
ii'elook���>
���
���   ..
M therw
������������������'. Partm
By the. trifling score of 21 to 2,
Manager S. W. Bodleyi. aggregation
of sphere swatters defeated a collection of baseball players, theatrical
meu aud others, at Queens park on
Saturday afternoon. Fortunately for
the paper reputation of the challengers, the game was witnessed by very
Sew people. The losers were captained by J. 1'. Bllodeau, who wore
tlaniboyant hosiery and showed b��_
knowledge of the fine points of the
game by heading the list in the error
column with a good margin.
0. Peele, who pitched tor tte
pickups, deserted the bunch after the
fifth inning, he having to play lacrosse
against the IVntirne team. Hii. jiosi-
tion was then taken by McDonald, a
member of the "Little Dollle Dimples"
company. His work was not of tie.'
biiat. Corbett wis drafted in to tinisli
the game, twirling in the last two
innings. Walsh, who wore the big
mitt, exhibited a split finger as an excuse for the poor showing he made,
The other members of the team were
all sadly out of practice, hut would,
if in condition, give the regulars   a
good game
Silver and Prouty performed tor
Bodley's collection of stars. Their
work was about up to their average.
The remainder did well in the field,
and leaned heavily on the willow when
facing the opposing pitcher.
Seine  by  Innings:
Wi si minster    ,,5262204 0 J    21
Rustlers 0 0 0 2 0 0 	
Teams:
Westminster   Sinclair, lb;  Pitzgi
aid, ss;   Prouty, c;  Silver, p;   Dean-..
rf;   Ryall, If;  Stein,  3b;   Canfield, ef; ,
Mclntyre, 2b,
Rustier?    Peele,  p;   vVa   ...  i .   Mc-
ijuiig;., cooking, pole and sleeping department*, iik re were no women ou
the train.
Immediately on receipt of the news
in this city, Dr. Drew hurried to    the
scene to render firyt aid to the    injured meu.   Here he was met by Dr.
I McEwen,    of    Cloverdale,    and    Dr.
Section No. 1 of Barnum &. Bailey's j Herald, of the   G. N. R. construction
ciniis    train     was    partly     wrecked | camps.    The three worked    hard    to
about two  miles this  side    of    Port I alleviate the sufferings of the victims
Kells shortly before four o'clock yes- [ of  the  wreck, aud   were  unremitting
culty in breathing.
W. MELLEY, New York City, cut in
forehead.
Several   others   received   slight    in-'.
^B>*S>>
terday afternoon.   Eight men were injured, two of Uieni it is feared fatally.
in their attention     After the wounds
had   been dressed,  the   Injured   were
Four flat cars and seven wagons were I taken to the rear of the train and
ditched. The railroad track was torn j placed on board the sleeping coaches,
up for a distance of about twenty where they remained until a special
yards, | train   was  sent out from  thte city  to
Railway traffic  over the   G.   N.   R.' bring them to the hospital.
line   is  as  a   result  interrupted, and j    All the injured were brought here
will  not  likely lee resumed until late! except C. W. Morrison, H. J. Hollister
this  morning. ��� am- F.  Mellen, none of whom    were
The scene al   the wreck, as viewed  seriously hurt.
yesterdav  bi a .News man, is one long, ���. r.        r.
' Repair   Gang   Busy.
in be remembered.    The flat cars are;     ,
A request ior the   services   of   a
tossed about, two on each side of the!
_ wrecking crew  was sent tu Everett,
track   the trucks having been lorn off . ,
I tne  nearest  place  where  suitable ap-
three of the cars.    Ihe circus wagons I
paratU. could be secured.  1 l.e wrecker
were pitched a distance., away from t.ie   , _.        , ,
. ha.l   uo.   reached   Cioveidale   al     one
tl n       some  '"'ing  smashed  to  pieces,
, ��� clock  this  morning.
others   were  tuni'd   completely  over,;
, .        Work gangs were sent out to help
while one landed against a telegraph!
..   *��� ui  the  clearing    ot    the  Hacks.      1 .
pole,  beating  it  almost down  to the "
���i^H | Williams,  of  Port  Kells,  arrived   Willi
a number of meu early iu the afternoon; M. McClucker, of Cloverdale,
came down with eight men; George
Parr, of Cloverdale, arrived w'ith six,
J, Murray, of Port Kells, bossed eight
ineu. and A. M. Forrestor, of Liver:
nf the'^00'' ^as svven meu at work,    lu ad-
griniiiil
. irong
���
il     Tuck
.*.   O'Brien
MILLI0NAIR
E  LOSES
Lean,    11
McDonald, -'
;   Brine,
;
111   Lean,
is; Gam       '   ���
Rogei .
rf
White.  If.
Umplr
\   \.   i.i.i
���
Catholics Join  Temperance Fight.
\,.vv   Haven,    Conn.,  Aug.   16,    "'
a.nidations   Of   tiie   Hquoi    traffic,   an
,,.,,���,.,, tor the sanctiflcation of Sunda)
and the exclusion from membership In
Catholic societies of those engaged In
the liquor traffic were the striking
features of the resolutions adopted bj
itho-
How  It   Happened.
Conductor, M PelleUer, who was ini
charge of the train, informed thej
News that the wreck was probably!
due to 'heat kink.'' which had'
caused the rails to spread, He de-:
dined to discuss the condition
roadbed at the point where the .accident happened, The smashup took
place exactly in front of Mr. Louck's
residence, this being the only house
ii the Immediate vicinity. The train
was travelling slowly at the time,
. oui twelve miles an hour, according to Engineer 11. Randall, who was
ai the throttle of i ngine 510.   Had the
ain been  travelling taster, the loss
ol life and   propei     would ba . e lx   a
::   ;, li  li;. I  i      ���    [OUS.
ipan ntly  spread   when
: ���        In      d   passi d
Hfti    i   ca
and w ild an na_ ledla
con i  ���    >*���
.   . .    Seven wag
.     . ��� tlon ni  the Bai
,.  Ba! ���    ' nciis
were ditched.
Sim'.I    '"""-    I ^^^^^^^^^^
thrown onl  [rom the broken wai
ui ov. Ing to
mosl
lay and were paring $:>.25 per week | F__her for Eburne
spot  to assist in clearing the debrij 	
F.    WALLACE.    New    York    City,   was  struck  on  the  hand  by  a heavy (men have been paid as low al- $2 perloften
bruised chest, left leg sprained. ',ua'""-* '    a"J had  to receive  medical
F. BLINDER, Calumet, Mich., scalp   '-im[>iua^-
All  the  men  hurl  belonged to    the
wound,  riBht ear torn off. ^.^ ^^ ^^ ,.  ho^ ,)y  w
PETE  6WANSON.   Valley   City.   N.   a. Roberts.    There are about seventy.
D.. sprained ankle. live men engaged in this department.
C. W. MORRISON, Soo. Mich., right' There were over 2uo men on the train,
Iec bruised | these   being employees  of  the stock,
H. J.  HOLLISTER, Chicago, crushed shoulder, chest injured.    Has diffi-
for board at the contractors' camps.
According to the new scale of wages
muckers will now be paid $2.75 per
day and drillers will receive $3, while
the charge for board remains the same
as before.   The increase is equivalent
The visitors started off at a great
pace, and led at the end of the first
quarter, although the locals were the
first to find the net. Gibbon, the regular point man, made good at centre,
but the home work of the North Arm
boys was weak, Jackson letting them
to a raise of 50    cents    par day    all, down badiy.    Coutts, keeping goal for
round. the visitors, played as usual a good
LIBERALS ARE RETURNED TO
POWER IN SASKATCHEWAN
Regina. Aug. 15.���From return., now
in the Liberals apparently have nineteen seats and the Provincial Righters
sixteen, with five returns incomplete
anil in doubt In Weyburn there was
no \ote in one small poll, and it may
be necessary to hold a new election.
The last returns from I.loydminster
give Miles, Conservative, twenty ma-
jorlty The last from Weyburn give
Mitchell twenty-three majority, with
one poll out. In Hanley McNeill has
thirty-one majority, with six polls out.
Sutherland, in Saskatoon county, final'
has thirteen majority.
game. While Westminster allowed
the second to start with the score
against them, the issue was never in
doubt, an* as the visitors' pace flagged from their exertions, the picked
team forged ahead, and led by five
to two at the end of the quarter.
Spring and Swanson were busy all the
time, and Smith again played a good
game, passing well to his Inside man.
The home defence was not called on
often In the latter stages of the game,
but all did their part well. Peele kept
Forbes well checked, and the visitors-
hail little chance to shoot. The fre-
cpient penalties found the players
constantly changing positions, wheu
both centres were off together, play-
was quite ragged. The Warwick boys
kept Richards busy, hut both he and
Speers worked well for the visitors.
The match once more demonstrated
the fact that it will have to be a very-
good team to beat the Westminsters
on their owh ground or elsewhere this
No  Epidemic at Fernie.
As alarmist telegrams regarding H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
possibility of an epidemic at Fernie j season, the final being eight goals to
continue to be sent ont, chiefly from! two
dition to these, aboul fifty Chinamen
were sent out to help in the work.
Vory little progress in the clearing of
the line had been made up to a late
hour yesterday.
"Had the rails spread wh.��e the
animal cars were passing the spot,
the' timber district between Port Kells
and Bon Accord would have been
transformed Into a jungle for semi"
time :<> come, as a large numl er of
the wild animals would have escaped.
lt woul l have bi en almost ImpoBSibli
��� ���. im ire them In the dense bush
that e overs ib.. co inti . al this point.
i. ������ lasl car to remain safely on the
c u rieii the wagons in u hlch
wi rm Kepi three Bi n ial tigei i and
two African  lions.
Vancouver the provincial health au-
thorities wish it to he distinctly understood by the public that there is
nothing in the situation which affords
the .lightest grounds for such reports.
who had a hairbreadth escape from
being killed, and who was playing
poker at the time, constantly bemoaned the fart that the wreck had cost
bim a dollar, as he held a good hand
and was just about to fatten the kitty Spring (14 mins.).
when the .accident happened. The Hne-up was as follows:
Eating  in the Bush. Westminster���D.   Munn.   goal;    O.
Wiih  the exception of a number of] Peele,   point:   Marshall,  cover  point;
Summary.
Scores:
First quarter���Westminster. Henry
14 mins.i; Eburne,Gibbon (6% mins.).
U. Forbes 11 min.).
Second quarter���Westminster, Mannering (2 mins.). Smith (1% mins.).
Swanson (6 mins.), Smith (1 min.).
Third quarter ��� Westminister, G.
Siuing (1 min.), Bert Henry (6 mins.i.
Fourth     quarter���Westminster,    G.
stockmen, who were with the forward
pari   of the  train,  and   who    reached
this ri:>   early  yesterday evening, all
he members of the circus with section
"iu
w
B. Galbralth, first defence; A. Robert-
sun, second defence; G. Mannering.
<hird defence; W. Warwick, centre; E.
Warwick, third home; A. Smith, sec-
had supper in the bush. Breadfond home; B. Henry, fiii-il home; G.
rather shy.  and the  service  was | Spring, outside home, 0, Swanson. in-
noi   up  ''���  the  usual  mark,  but  other- ] side home.
wise there was no complaint to make. Eburne ��� Coutts, goal: Forbes.
Everything worked with the prbver- point; Spears, cover point; McMillan,
i'a! circus regularity, the. admirable first ,i fence; Richards, Becond de
discipline   of the   tented    travellers r.   McLean,    third    defence;
standing them In good Btead ln   this Gibbon,  centre;    T.   McLean,    third
emergency. I'home; Fisher, second home; Jackson
Second  Section  Help Up.
Thi
first home;  O. Forbiis. outside home
ect ioif^^^^^^^^H^'1'' kinalij^^^^Biome.
COSTLY   IVORY  CARVINGS ;lie national convention Of the Ca
  Uc Total   Abstinence union   yesterday.
"'' FMal,��>. N   V,  Vug, l.'.-.-BurK- The resolutions declared that "Nol in
"y ���' * rted   today   to   the drunkenness and  riotous living
,���',',', ,   '' '���' i    county   have any man make eflectlv     ^^^
'" ihe siimmei home   of   Henry the Catholic faith."
.,     ' '   **  fork banker, of  fh
' aml ",h"    ''   Cles  worth $5000.!       Fishermen Bitter Against North
can
Ion of
Mn
^^^^^^^^^^^, ,,  _,.���,���. i       Fisherm
h.,,"''1'11'11'                  the burglars'   The activities of Sam North, pro-
1 ''"' house and stolen vlncral fisheries overseer, as a reran
'Mi num,. a. tides I of which b large number of up-mj
*' ��� llmosi priceless while the Usher,,,",, have   been   summoned
s,'rvant_ slept aoundh     tm.. ... L   .-   *���������-  .ii-trirt  court becau
tii:
th.
within
third larg
���' robber
a month,
''ironr,. Wh
soundly,   This Is I appear lo the district  court
i". In thu section'of alleged disregard of the Provlnic__
pn. idi'in
of the
t:^'^c^m^m H
"I'M |    I
ial
| regulations, has occasioned con    ""
able reeentmejM among the Usher
considered thai   the5
with.     The
thai
he-
^^^^^^^   ^^_~,|mnny ��� whomj^^^^^
wyfr w       Ni,!"     :' w'n Btreet have been harBhly deall
���v, ,..,  lh'   ���'''������'-  victim*      in naherman are of   the   opinion
v u, ���. ""   ������'!"    '.under North has enforced the law fw
���������"""""���""""""""^ ���,,,������,��� f-Vlv intended
yt
nd   what   was 01   ' ''���'���
ami tb '"��������� "
'oodistultB    "*���������''
rived at Port Kells about ten o'clock.
One Man Missing. J
.Several  ol   the  luavy  wagons had  ;il|l! immediately  the canvasmen  and
not been moved when the Mewa man menagerie attendants swarmed oui to
left  yesterday    evening.    One    man, |nqU|re concerning their friends. When
he ground being   llr-v'  name   unknown,  was  reported   to  behold thai no one had been killed they
was saved    The cooking still miMing, and there ifc a possibility were much  relieved.    They reported
1,1       vs'ls "     tt��� enamel** a re,  that  his lifeless body may be found | having been held up about a mile this
Referee���C. Galbralth,
Umpires���G, Cluto and Dlgby.
Intermediates Going  South.
A picked Intermediate lacrosse team
of this city   will indulge in a holiday
trip to California in September,    re-
uunallB, being nearij beneath one ol the heavy wagons  lie B,de ���r Blaine, a   bush    flre   having|maining away from home   for   about
*S^B��___.___^B_.B^______.r*��""""S^"^^"
:,; im* >*��� were smashed   to  ta   one   oi
^L_____________
Worst Cases.
the    pot-washers and    Is
known    among    the    other    men    as
Sltnger."    One of the others    mem-
croRBBd the truck nnd threatening toltwo weeks. The boys who will make
burn th" ties. Over an hour was spent tht, trlp have not yet been selected,
in lighting the flames.    No water wns | ,������ th(, loanl  wi]) he    composed,    as
���i*i���. eight   men
who were injured,  bere of the circus stated that he eaw I available, consequently sand bad    to j neal.iy aa pcwible, of an equal number
it twelve more, were  the  missing man  after the accident,;,,,. ,IS(M, t<) died* the progress of thejof representatives of the three teams
wagons    ,,it that this is the case is doubted by | flre across the tracks.   The ties were; ,n ,ht, (.ily league, providing the best
the
together with abot
riding on top 0   I ��^�� ^ ( h.u..,.,    ,0 .,  majority of the other employees.
'           wagons toppled over several were reported missing   lm-
Among those mediately after the accident, but all
ihdrew   McLean, except    "Slinger"    returned    before
on   wash.,   who   has nightfall.
9 f,.w days. The Lighted Side.
Severn! o
iiimp  hofor^^^^^^
;,,���, R0 tiacaped injured
serbuisly   hurl   was
0f   Mount   Ve'"
partly burned  for a considerable distance.
Third Section in Accident.
A   rumor,  which  could  not be continued,  to  the effect  that, the    third
Section hnd run oft' the track beyond
niy been with th _^ ^ fwm      ,rfi(i M<Mm  m n(���   ln  any    Way   B].,in0i waK current among the circus
burled beneath a dampen the usual good spirits oj the me��� |ftte in the evening.   The fourth
HIb scalp j circus    men.      Throughout    the    re- '.,,,,, lllKt section Is held at Bellingham.
Quite   a   .number    Of   Westminster
people travelled to the scene of   the
players in each can spare the time to
make tlie trip. Games will be played
against six California taams, including the Talagoos, San Mateo, and Reliance. The Westminsters will not
leave for the south until the second
week in September
II,. was ���
lhe track, ami wils
���"'" 1"""H '""ki'!!;t 'Tuivn off by 'he malnder of the afternoon they smoked j
Was almost compl**"'>    ^     n,a is ono :������,   joked,   lolled   around   and    killed I      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
sharp edge ol  the wove.   ^^ mo��quitoeB as If nothing unusual had Lc(ai(,ent yesterday evening, going up | tnP ral] mill of the   Lake   Superior
of tl"'  two  who ma.  w   ^^    ^.^ ,_ap   ^     (;n)u,,.  h0I.e    ftnd    thereL,ver ,��� Port Kells in launches, then Consolidated company will soon start
w    ii.   Wheallen, wno          wflgon,|,played cards or shot craps to   their j crowlng the bush to the place where ��� on ofdert for rails for   the   easterr
A Big Rail Order.
Satilt Ste. Marie, Ont., Aug. 16.���According to Mr. Boyce, M. P., Alpxima,
underneath
was s. rlo
the heavy
������   injured,   *>"'
plttCkily  pvideul ��� atisfKiction.   One of the COOkB ' tae disnister occurred.
Idivteion of the Grand Trunk Pacific-
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THE DALLY NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST
17. 1503
Regulations   for South African
Veterans' Scrip Have Been Issued
The te\i of the aci paBsod at tho lastBtltute to exercise the right and optioi
aeslon of the Canadian Parliament "to conferred upon me by The Volume-,
authorize a bounty  to  volunteer:; who
aerved the Crown In South Africa," is
printed below, In an editorial article
today the News deals With the question ot the .a'uie of the scrip which
is to be .���'���ii'''' to the Veterans.
Ills Majesty, by und with thc adlvce
and consent of the Senate and House
of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows;
1 -This act may be cited as The
Volunteer Bounty  Act, 11.08.
2-This act shall apply to all volunteer.; then domiciled In Canada who
nerved with the British forces ln South
Africa, during the years 1899 to 1902,
both Inclusive, or who, being so domiciled, enllfltod with or were appointed
bo Canadian corps and arrived in
South Africa, tor the purpoBe ot so
serving, but, owing t" the close of the
war, were not on active service.
"VolunteerB" shall bo doomed to Include female nurses.
;;. The Governor In Council may
gram to e'very such volunteer or, In
tho even! of Ins death between the
date of bis enlistment or appointmonl
ami tho 31st 'ay of December, L910,
in bis legal representative, two adjoining quarter sections of Dominion
lands, available for homestead entry,
subject in ibe conditions here specified.
I Every Buch gram shall be sub-
jert in tho conditions thai the grantee,
or his substitute dui) qualified In that
behalf as provided In the noxt succeeding section, shall laelecl and enter
Cor the sold two quarter-sections in
ilie Dominion Lands office for the land
dtetrlct in which they are. situated on
or before tho thirty-flrsi day of De-
comber, Nineteen Hundred and Ten;
that he shall perfect his entry by commencing actually to reside upon and
cultivate the land within six months
alter the said day: and that he shall
thOToafter reside upon and cultivate
tho land tor the period, and iii accordance with the term:; and conditions,
prescribed by the homestead provisions of The Dominion Lands Act
5, - Mo person shall, be accepted as
a substitute unless he is a British subject, or declares his intention of becoming a British .subject, and is of the
age of eighteen years, and until he
ha, tiled in the Department of Interior, al Ottawa, an inst iiiiueiil executed
inbis favor bi the grantee, In the
form   \ in the schedule to ihis act,
Bounty Act, 1908, wherby 1 am entitled to select either 0. land grant
or scrip for one hundred and sixty
dollars in lieu thereof; and also, as
such attorney and substitute, to claim
and receive such land grant or scrip;
and generally to do all acta and things
iu the premises which I myself may-or
might, lawfully do; and I do hereby
agree to allow, ratify and confirm
whatsoever my said attorney and nub-
atitute shall do or cause to be done
by virtue of these presents.
tn witness whereof, I have hereunto
set. my hand and seal at , in
, this day of ,19    .
Signed, Healed and delivered
In  the presence of
Form  B.
To wit.
I I name Of witness), ol I place ol
residence and occupation of witness),
make oath and  say: ���
I. That, I was personally presenl
and did see the within Instrument duly
signed, sealed and executed iby (name
of the volunteer), the party ihi reto;
���j, -Thai the said Instrumenl was
executed al (name of place where executed) ;
3. ���Thai I kii"w the said party; and
4.Thai I am a subscribing witness
to Cue said Instrument.
Sworn before me at, etc,
FOOTBALL FIXTURES IN
VANCOUVER SENIOR LEAGUE
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canad i,
amalgamated under authority or Act of Parliament,
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
President  Sir 0. H. McMillan, K. C. M. G.
General Manager  J. W. deC. O'Grady
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking tran^
action.
Branches throughout Ailbeita, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
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with our materials Insures ou'.'
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It. moans a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come
Let   us   have   your  or Ier  ! >r
building material* and    we Wlll
guarantee    you    a    Qrst    class
structure that will    stay    fl
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
P eichenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETJAIL
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COLUMBIA
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The Season Has Arrived for You to
Preserve Strawberries
Forty-two championship matches
will be played in the Vancouver District Association Football league during the season 1908-9. The meeting
of the executive of the league held on
Friday night, the tirst. match being
set for Saturday. September L2, The
season  will dose  in  May,  L909.
The first division scredule is as follows:
September 12- Nationals al North
Vancouver,
September L9,���Thistles at Celtics;
Nationals at Westham Island.
September 26 -Celtics at. Westham
Island; Shamrocks at North Vancouver; Nationals at Thistles
October '���'���   Shamrocks   al    Celt I
Thistles at Wetatham Island.
Thanksgiving Day, October North
Vancouver  at   We tham   Island;   Na-
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
���i.-..*-..-::-*:;:*:: *;;--;;-;-���.:;-*w
home. Price $li,0O.0O cash, or good
terms would be considered. Settlers'
Association of B. C . opposite Windsor hold. New Westminster, B. C.
WANTED Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping, Student at. college in return for board would be
acceptable.   P. 0. Box 667. City.
WANTED - Situation     as
engineer  iu  city,  or  country  pre-J
ferred.   Used to all classes of work, j
repairing    and    blacksmith     work.
Box V.. Daily News.
Japanese Employment Agency i
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished,
third-class j COLUMBIA    and    McN^EuEY   STS..;
They are in tine condition, and arc to be
had' cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORE than any other store in town,
Call   Us Up  and   Give   Us   Your  Order
THE
| Public Supply Stores GEV0DPAMS
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Phone  92.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P. O. Box   835
fhe execution of which  bas been duly   tionals at   Shamrocks.'""
proved bj  an affidavit, in ibe form ll \    October IT -Westminster al Nation-
i.i  the said schedule, to be made by alB.
u subscribing witness to the execution;    October 24���-Flrsl round for Nation-
(such  in.;1 iu,,,ent. i,"lore Borne one a) cup.
luthorized to administer an oath un-     November 14���Celtics al New West.
er  the  provisions  of section  25 of minster; Thistles ,-u Shamrocks.
'lie   Interpretation  Act, November 21���First round tor B. C.
in the case of a substitute the land cup.
shall tie en tared and the patenl there- November    28���New Westminster   at
for  shall Issue in bis name;  but  no Shamrocks,
patenl shall l_*3ue to any such person | December 5���-Celtics at Nationals;
until he has become a British subject.; Westham Island at  Wesl minster.
No Bitch Instrument shall be accept '.    December 12���Senior finals for Na-
d or recognized  by  the  Department   tlonal cup.
which is nol executed and dated alter December L9���North Vancouvei- at
the date of tho warrant of the ,Minister New Westminster; Westham Island
of   Militia and   Defence  provided  for at shamrocks.
in section 7 of this act. December    25   (Christmas    Day) ���
ii.    Any  person entitled,    under the  Thistles at North  Vancouver;   Sham-
toregolng provisions, to select and en-  rocks at New Westminster; Nationals
Ier  Dor,  elthor  by  himself or by  his at Celtics.
substitute, land as a homesteader, may      December 2ii   North Vancouver   at
iu lieu thereof, If ho or his substitute
su chooses, receive scrip for one hundred an I i-iixty dollars, which shall
he received trom the bearer at i,s
face value in paymenl of any Dominion lands open for sale. Provided that
any person choosing to lake scrip
.shall notlfj the Minister of the Interior of hla choice on or before the
Lhlrtj Rral day of December, Nineteen
Hundred   and   Ten.
7. Every grant "i laud or scrip un ���
der this act, ahall be made by the Min
Inter of  Iby  Interior,  upon  a   warrant
leaned in favor of the person entitled
thereto, bj the Minister ol Militia and
Defence,   which   shall   be   recorded   In
ibe Department of the Interior, under
section '.il of the Dominion Lands Act;
and all scrip Issued under section ii
Of till; RCl whall be BUbJdCl in all re-
BpeOtB Iii tho provisions Of sections
94, 96, 97, ami us of The Dominion
Lands Act.
8 The entries made and the pat
>'nia issued under thla act shall be
exempt irom all feoj and charges exacted in ihe case of .nn ordinary homestead entry,
SCHEDULE.
Form A.
Know   all   men   by   thOBQ     presenl:
Thai l (give name, present address
and occupation,  and  name of oorpis
111   which   volunteer Nerved!   do  hereby
make, constitute and appoint (give
name of attorney or substitute), or
*lve his   rosl'ence   and   occupation),
��� rue and lawful attorney and sub-
Shamrocks.
January I (New Year's Day) -Celtics at North Vancouver; Thistles at
New Westminster; Shamrocks at Nationals.
January 9- Seml-n__al8 tor B. C.
cup.
January 18 North Vancouver at
Nationals.
Januarj   SO   'Celtlr.B al   Shamrocks.
February 0   New   Westminster   at
Celtics.
Febr 'y 20    Final for National cup.
Februarj 21 Wesl minster at North
Vancouver;  Thistles al  Nationals
March 6   Final for It. C. cup.
March 13 Westminster al Thtotles;
Westham [Bland alMatlonals,
March 20 North Vancouver at
Thistles; Shamrocks al Westham Island.
March  21    Internal lonal match.
April 3 All Mainland vs. All Island  at. Vancouver.
April III North Vancouver at. del-
���les;  Wesl minster al  Wastham Island.
(loud Friday. April Westham Island   at   Celtics   la.in.);   Westham   Is-
i.iiul ai North Vancouver (���p.m.);
Shamrocks at Thistles; Nationals at
West minster.
April   17���international match,
April 24 ��� Westhani Island at
Thlsltes
May I���International mutch.
Matches between winners of Mainland .'ind Island leagues In senior, intermediate and Junior divisions will be
played between April 17 and May  I.
i'i ill   SALE ��� Motor   launch;    well-
found and fast; scats fourteen passengers.    Apply to  Motor ,  .'.ox    M.,
New Westminster.
Notice
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A GOOD Japanese girl wants a position us house maid, washing, etc.,
etc.   ,S. Hayashl,  Premier hotel.
Notice is hereby given I i it the Vancouver Power company.  Limited, has
this day deposited in the Lan | R
try Office at the City of  New   .'���
minster,   British   Columbl i,   the
ami  book of  reference of  :       V\ ���-*
mlnster-Chiillwack Railwa    Ext n
from a point at or near    it - on i an i
two,   city  block   tour  In   th    CU
New Westminster, to Ahbotsfoi I pass
FOR SALE���First class furniture    at I ing through    the    Municipalities    of
362 Royal avenue, comer of Fourth surTey,  Delta, "Langley,   Matsqui   and
must he sold thi; week, asUne  townsite of  Ahbotsford  In    the
District   of  New  Westminster,    ielng
T*!7y I section   one.  two  and  three  of   -aid
WANTED  Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   must,    e moderate;    near
bridge preferred. Apply  Posl Office
Box 732.
street;
parties are leaving town,
WANTED -- Two   waitresses;
Kenny's restaurant. Columbia sti"
railway   as si; iwn on the - .   i ,'.>���:, and
approved -and sanctioned by the Chief
WANTED���Boy to learn clothing busl- Commissioner of Lands and Works for
ness;    apply Westminster   Clothing the Province of British Columbia.
company. |    Dated this Tth day of August, A. D.
1908.
A. B. BECK,
TO RENT Furnished room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen; Easl
end, dose lo town. Apply W. K.,
this office.
FOUND���Sorrell horse came to my
promises 19th lust.; brand on right
hind hip, T. E, over O. B, Owner
can have same by paying expenses.
After expiration of notice will be
sold to defray expenses. A. H. Mc-
Cauley, Yale Road, seven miles from
Westminster.
TO LET   Large furnished front, bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
W 10 ST M i NST BR EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
'_t..s Columbia ���treet, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807, Can supply yon wilh all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2760, Vancouver, B. C.
Solicitor for the Vancou.      Power
Com jinny  Limited.
Department oi Agriculture
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DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never he
more apparent than at the present tim .
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ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depoa
INTEREST ADDED l TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     f, b, LYLE,   Mgr.
COAL
WE are Instructed to offer tor sale a
six roomed house on Eighth street.;
city water and electric light, Price
11450.00,    Terms $500.00 or $600.00
cash, balance by Instalment, or any
other reasonable offers can be accepted. This Is now rented at
$14.00 a month. Settlers' Association of B, C . opposite Windsor
hotel, New  Westminster.  B, C.
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
Tenders   are   invited  for the pur-1
chase of the Government   Quarantine]
Steamer "Earl," lying at the Quarantine Station at William Head, British
Columbia
The sale will be made tor cash.
The highest or anj tender will not
neceasairlly  be accepted,
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tenders
for Purchase of Steamer "Earl," will
ihe received at, thla offlc.. up to Tuesday the. Kith September, L908, at 12
o'clock  noon
By order,
A.  L. JARVTS, Secretary.
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,
7th August, 1908.
N.B.���Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from
the Department wlll not be paid for It.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS Of PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Prtonr.   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW WEST
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
SUBURBAN HOME - We have for
sale a nice little home in the suburbs of this city, live roomed house,
cellar. p;ood well, three lots in garden, well cultivated fruit trees;
outbuildings     consist     of     stable. I
woodshed, chicken-houses with con-'corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
venient    back    entrance.    This    is I
about seven  minutes  froai the car PHONE 370.
llne> and offers exceptional advantages to    anyone   seeking    a quiet!     BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietor*
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer! and Dealer* m AU Kind, of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doom,
Interior Finish,    1 urned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. jiew Westminster
W """W    "I   la.  ���a-..-..	 M6N0AV
A-
GUST 17, 1908.
Notice to Contractors
case of refusal or failure on the pari
of the party whose tender is ace pte :
to complete and execute    a eontracl
With the - lid C immtsslonerB, an . *���
furnish the additional approvi d    ���-���
within  ten  days sftei
��� ,,,. ol   the    tender,    the
cheque Bhall be forfeited to thi   I
,,,,, :     .,    liquidated daiiiai"      ft
Buch n i isal or tail ire and   all    c m
acquired  by th,   ai
of tii.- tender shall be forfei ��� I
XI ���   cheque!    deposited    by    ; artii
...     tei lers are act ��� pted will bi
I to   hi   ere 11   of the Receive!
unligh
Celects on<& ���man m m
il^^mk    PRINCE RUPERT IOT.
.u:
it
iv th
Soap  contains
daintiest fabrics nor
Sold by all dealers
t   will harm
the skin.
the   STORY   OF   THE   DOROTHEA.
[or the
ctlen,    in    ac-
.    profiles
Commissioners,
ol th. Tians-
.-
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viz:
j* om a
.
LS   ad
... ,j on   the   ' '!
��� i ictloa," will
, ... ���   ol tho Com
Transcontinental
until    tv/elve Genei i ol Canada as part of the   ���
.,,    the    20th  curlty  _ot  the due  and faithful   per-
work re- tormance ��i the eontracl according to
its  t.rnis.      Cheques    deposit
..,  who -  *��� nfl.: ���    are    reji    ed
will be  returned within ten dia
ter the signing of the contract.
Attention is called to the following
. lau ���     .n the f����rm of contract:
"All mechanics, laborers, or other
persona who perform labor for the
purposes tit the construction of the
works hereby contracted for, shall be
paid smft wages as are generally ac-
i epti d as current tor competent workmen in i).��; district in which the worh
eing performed, and if there is
no current rate in Bu**h district, then
a fulr  and  reasonable  rate;   and,  in
the event of a dispute arising as   to
plans of tho Commis- ^^ ^ ^  (.un.,.nl or .. fair anil ���M.
L07    miles    west    of, ^.^^ T.|t(. |t Hhal] ^ detemlaed by
;,,  the  Province    of  .^   0tnnnjiiH.lonerB1    wh0se     decision
to the end   of   the   ^ bfl flnal���
i   .:.     Pacific    Railway    Com-,     ^^ ,agroement u BubJect    te xhQ
contract,  a  distance  of about. repita|ir)Ilg nQW    ,n force>    or  which
,,,,- oolK -    Date of completion, 31st I ^ My ijme herwrfter be in {orce
:������ emhBr, 1910. during the construction of the works
(3)   Districts  "D" and "K."���rrom  itfrthy contracted for, made under the
., |Q| ie Ignated on the plans of the authorftty of the Department of Labor.
Commli lom rs   being at the western .^j Whj0.h wtA> Qr shall be, applicable
end of Eauguler Bros.'    Abitibl    con-  te filK.n  wor]4s."    (The    schedule   -of
tract, ir the Province of Ontario, in a^rnimum   wages  determined upon  by , - .
.,. .,...  . rectlon for a distance   of Baid ^Department will form part of the
about lo4 24 milt a  Date of completion, v,011tjmnt).
.. Datember   1910. "Th... contractor shall in connection
��� tt   \,  ���:        E."���Prom a point de-   wi'b  the  whole of the said work, as
Blgnated ���**��� the plans of the Commis-   far its practicable, use only material,
plant, supp
Five Cents a Bar
point dean   of    the Com-
.   montacbene,    in
q ie .ee.   196.38   miles
h abutment   of    the
neb  point being ou
i ��� a   Districts   "C"
for a distance   of
(|     , ,       :, ,i.  of completion,
. |���  ��� i 1810
2) D     let "C   'From a point de
.,  i
...   -    bene,
Qui bei
PdwdeH
PUREST, 8TR0N8EST, BEST.
Ctcttiii m Alia. I���h, lat, n* *tm\ �� ��i M_rt___
E.W.GILLETTfflrtfK
TORONTO.ONT.
NOTICE.
PROFESSIONAL.
.���      no   'I   :
m lorlzi d    to
i th      ���   *  -l.  (*��� ���
Btailwaj    Co.,   Ltd.,
or Chilii-
,..      :. mage
��� he       in basing
-��� ��� ���    .   ...       er
Ri the company's i
i   ���     er of a
ist   accom
all orders, otherwi .  the ai counts will
recognized.
K. R. GLOVER,
Act in? General Manager.
New Westminster, Lir-., Aug. 6, lf-OS.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
I   Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
A.
.VHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   Solicitor,  etc.,    42   Lome  Street.
sioners. about sixty miles west of the J machinery
*K," la  stock manufactured or
lea and
rolling
iSlte  Court   House,
Phone l._.
New   We-f.
No   connection    with
combine.
anv
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HITESIDE  &  EDMONDS, Barrl**-
Blackle Blk.,
New    Westminster.
H. L. Edmonds.
Columbia street
W. .1. Whiteside,
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
easterly boundary of District
..... i". i ,i .   of Ontr.rio, easterly  to
��� ;. .       ��� r   iquier  Bros.' contract,
north of Lake   Nepigon,  distance of
.   ., ioo mile*     Date of completion.
Hat December, 1910.
(5)   District*   "E"  and "F."���Fww
i.:.:  |i lignated on the plans ol the
il mei    al the western end of
r .,;_.' Bros.' contract north of Lake
Seplgm   In  the  Province of  Ontario,
produced In
Canada, provided tlie same can toe ob-
V.iin'd as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
laf-trard  to iiuulity and price."
The contractor shall conform t* the
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in the dif-
Iteieot provinces wherein the worl. is
being  performed.
an y
��� ������.���     to a point at or near Dog l    The right is reserved to reject
Lake a distance of about 12G  mile*,  or all tender*..
a   completion,    1st   September,     By order,
P, E. RYAN,
Secretan
of the
I :,,,, , ieai   Dog  Lake, in the'        Trims-continental Railway.
 : ario, to a point at or Ottawa, 16th July, 1908.
mill  2'.  ��������������� ���: of what is known
: iti
I
-   ���  .  ���    i'.' - From a point de-
-._.*< ; on the plans of the Commls-!Tbe Commissioners
I:
a Cro Bing, by alternative
ho ti a on the plans, a dis-
.;���_:' .>'���   miles   by   the
.-.   and 21.13 mill b by the
��� -     co ite, and the Belection of
��� '.'.    ���   .,.   ,.��� the option of Ihe
Di t.   ..I   completion,
���
; hli     and    speciflcal Ions
���  ���    n thi office of the Chief
Ii ���:.' ci        tbe   Commlsi loni i a   at
' '   .a   .      In the offices of the fol-
Uistrici   Engineers, viz:   .lohn
'  ������   I Du bricl Engineer, North
Onl .s. Armstrong, Nepigon,
:   ft. Poulln, St. Boniface,
ti    ��� ��� i g   are notified thai
��� mi Idered unlea i
'lid on  tlie print.-.!
;..  ' li mmissloners.
���    musl  be BUbmlt-
��� ���
ii   In anj   waj
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m given by anj
lhe I '"iiiiir   . on
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ke  a    careful
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. r Ions, and read
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. ih .    nd <���' ar-
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��� pt aad agree [to
* ' rms and conditions
���   apedflcationi
11 the form of lender.
'''��� ''    '       ��l    be signed and
��� parties to the tender,
''"    ���    tin i be accompanied by
in   i ..;.-. i .
rt"k of ii... Don
Ale to thi
���"   ol   ���!,.
WPWOjiaperB inserting this advert.-*������
miait without authority from die
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Total Assets over $108,000,000.00.
NEW WE8TMINSTBR BRANCH Q. D. BRYMNER. Man.*���
Rerr.ar.c.   J   a   Vessel   Assigned  to   tha
Naval Militia.
Among the    essels assigned  to the
naval niliitiii is one witb a '..': I    y.
It -seems, saya Appleton'a Magazine,
that many years ago, when it waa V.\<*
:u-* .;:. for the Insurance underwriter!
te p it up at au vessels that had
oct;. .ung overdue aud not heard from,
_   young   .pprentii-e   in   Philadelphia
ueii to attend one of these aue
ti bicb .; lai ge ship        ed (he
Dorothea  was  put  up for saJe.    The
! t.i ;en aboard a very valua-
I which   would  go  with  the
i. . to the successful bidder, but the
vi rj fact that the property ���vras so
i *Jt?? had kept the underwriters
froin selling the craft until long after
It had l>ecome generally believed that
.Li v aa u total wreck. Consequently
the auctioneer cried the good ship
Dorothea mnny times wlth"Ut getting
o Lid. Finally the young apprentice
Jokingly bid ST.. and, as nobody wonfa
bid hlgfapr, the vessel and her cargo
were knocked down to him. Imagine
the astonishment of the maritime
world when the Dorothea w_< repairted
selling Into Delaware bay. The apprentice sold his prize for enough to
Mart hlm In business, and for years
the house thus founded was one of the
leaders In ente*prtse and regource^ln
the Quaker City. But at all times the
bead of the firm and his family successors made a point of owning and
���peratlng a ship named the Dorothea,
which name also waa always given to
tbe oldest daughter In each succeeding
feneration.
Shortly before the Spanish war, however, the then bead of the house wa.
In failing health, and tbe only hope of
snvinjf his life, he wns advised, was to
live at sea. Accordingly, he gave an
order to the Cramps for a large and
luxuriously appointed yacht to be
railed the Dorothea, of course, and ne
expense was spared ln her construction
and equipment Unfortunately, death
came to the owner before his yacht
was quite finished, and the government
paid s fancy price for tbe Dorothea
early ln 1898.
With tbe close of the war there was
no purely naval duty for which the
Dorothea was fitted, and yet the government did not wish to sell her, be-
ruu. e there was no possibility of getting a price for her anything like what
���he had cost. She was accordingly
laid up until the naTBl reserves suo
reeded ln convincing the navy depart
ment tbat they were entitled to her.
Arrives From London in Response iu Advetrisement
Announcing Sal .
Victi :	
j walki l inti ...    ,
terd .      . .
just arrived from L . i-
a;   Prii
know   particul
I
I had placarded Lou
ment. ���    ,ots   won. I
sold   ii..   a iction S ....
thai ot hers 11    le   aim ��� :" ��...    on
I heir waj, or abou     i   Btai t, on    the
same mission.
He Beeme I m u h taki n a  ai ..  _ hen
t was im   ���
���.on plai       efore the
;..     He sai    ...   h id In piired    at
Ithe company's office at Montreal,
had  !������ ��� -.    efi    e e com.] an; 's
land agent at Winnipeg.   Thai gentleman in turn told him to consult the
| British Columbia government, where-
\ for lie came west to Victoria, relieved
to tind thai  i In   Pacific ocean apparently  put  a term to his journey.    He
j was told at the bureau of information
j thai as long as he had come Bo far,
he had better go up to Prince Rupert
and take a look over the townsite for
I himself.   He did not want to do this,
(saying that if the lots were not going
| to he put on the market it was not
| worth while.   He was very ���in-dous to
| see the plans of the new townsite, but
ihis curiosity  in thte respect was not
gratified.   Eventually he said he might
go up to Prince Rupert after all.
The authorities cannot understand
I how such an advertisement came to
j be current in London, as it was only
j the other day that an agreement was
' reached and it had been patent for
; some time, that there could be no
! sale of lots in September. It was suggested that it might have been the
advertisement of the other townsite
iof the same name, but the visitor was
l very positive that the announcements
; purported to be signed by the Grand
i Trunk Pacific railway.
Wonder* ef Machinery.
Dependence upon machinery ls be-
roming almost an Instinct among the
workmen of a steel mill. A boy who
was sweeping the floor of a Pittsburg
mill, for example, found his path obstructed by a ten ton machine whl<**t_
had not yet been put ln its place.
"Hello, Jim." he called to a laborer,
"come bere and move this machine
back about ten feet. I want to sweep
ouder it."
,11m moved a traveling crane until lt
steed over the machine and lifted tbe
20,000 pound obstacle out of the way
as easily as If lt were a box of cigars.
Tbe boy went on with his sweeping as
'S nothing extraordinary had happened.
He whs a Pittsburg boy and accustomed to miracles. And electricity,
which is a new force���sixteen years
old ln steel mills���wlll perform its
greatest deeds In the future.���Mnn-
sey's.
Pasting of Crumb Brushes.
Tbe doom  of  the household  crumb
hnish    has    been    auf entically    pronounced.    Napkin aud  .ray now comprise the outfit for relieving the din,
ner table of crumbs.    By the adoption
of the latter system it is contended that
rhe likelihood of bread particles becoming fugitive la minimized.   Another ot>
Jection cited to the continuance of the
I 'jme   honored   brush   method   is  t but
I lust accumulates  iu the bristles  nnd
| .n   due   course   circulates   around   the
I board.    Hotel restaurants tirst called
I tiie halt in tliis direction, and gradually
j guests cottoned to the new idea, eventually    introducing   the   reformation   In
j tiieir own homes.���New York Pi ess
The Esperanto Congress.
!    An article In a Berlin paper on the
Esperanto  congress,   which   will   take
place  at Cambridge  iu   .\ugust.   says:
There will be more than 3,000 dele-
|ates present,  representing nearly  ev-
ry  country   lu  Europe,  and  the  pro
ceedlngs will show what progress tlie
universal language has mude.    In order to show one feature which has not
been   largely   dwelt   upon,   a   Shuke-
.pearean tragedy has been translated
Into Esperanto and will be performed
j while the congress Is In session.    For
j practical purposes the policemen  and
! tbe  waiters  ln  tbe large restaurants
1 will learn the language, so that tbey
' may converse with the delegates from
��ther countries."
SEVEN-YEAR-OLD HOY SAVES
A LITTLE OIRIEROM FLAMES
.Vubiirn. Aug.  16.���Albert Gilbert, :i
!
j seven year-old boy of Auburn, ���showi-d
line courage and presence    of    mind
! yesterday.    While playing with four-
! year-old Phyllis Fletcher, a neighbor's
child, in a tent about fifteen rods from
his  home,   the children   found    some
matches and began playing with them.
! The little girl's dress caught fire from
, the matches and in a moment was all
ablaze.
Phyllis ran for the lionise, thus fan-
i ning the blaze.    Arley ran after he
\ caught   her.  threw   her  into  a  nearb
. siuid  pile and roled her  in  the san.'
unti] the flame was extinguished. H<
i then let the child get up and run fot
the house, but seeing that her clothing
'. waa still burning in places, he tore it
' off her.
The little child  was    quite   badly
burned on her right side and face, but
i will recover.
Grand Trunk Ry.
ADVERTISE IN THE   NEWS
A Pour Decker Sea Pie.
A huge sea pte was served to a party
it flfty guests at a feast at (Jorleston
at which the member for Yarmouth
was present. It was made by au old
trawl skipper and weighed a hundredweight and a half. It was a four deck
tt and was boiled tn a vast caldron
fer several hours. Tbe keel was laid
s-ith beef bones, and there was a triple
bulkhead of short crust, the bunkers
being filled with beefsteak and os
kidneys. There were holds also stored
with meat, onions, carrots, turnips and
potatoes, and the hull was constructed
if a substantial short crust thnt aloip.
rook a stone and a half of fr-mr -W��v
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST *y ,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Tories.    The  Province is to be con-  charge or duty.    But he does not get
gratulated that, taking the number of  it until he has earned his patent for
representatives returned and the total  16'. acres as a homesteader,
vote, thay have secured a good Liberal |    In ordor that the veteran who is not
the ' in ,a position to I ecome a homesteader
' may got the all pcKsible value, out of
I his land 'scrip, he is permitted to as- i
STEAMSHIP COLORADO IS
ASHORE NEAR DOUBLE POINT
/    ���*-\
R. G. Macpherson, M. P. J. R. Kennedy, \\   n
Government to   further   develop
country aud  direct  its destinies.
E. A.  Paige.
.Managing  Director;
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
sign   it   to a   substitute,   who  by
the
mei-
Colo-
SOUTH
BEt>
AFRICAN
SCRIP   BILL,
MONDAY,  AUGUST  17,   1908.
DO  NOT FORGET.
I    The value of the bounty scrip ��raut-
jed to South -African veterans by. a stat,
ute passed at the last session of Par-
! liament is being considerably discus-
Victoria,   Aug.   16.���Wireless
' sages from the I'. S. steamshi]
assignment  requires all the rights of   pad��. intercepted here, report that the
VETERANS.''lif veteran. This provision practically   cruiser  is  ashore   near Double   Point.
fog    encountered    between    Port
Townsend and Seattle was responsible
for her grounding.    The cruiser IB no-
he
places  the  veteran  who dot's  not go; \
on  the land,  but   who  is provident in   .
the management  of his  business  af- !
fairs,   in  the position of having the ���
right to  160 acres of Land to sell to  making water, and is expected to
Do not forget that the Conservative
ministry at Victoria is owned body
and soul by the canneiv
"thirty feet to the gulf."
SASKATCHEWAN.
The finals will show Liberals 22,
Provincial Rights It. A very good
balance on the side ot good governmenl. Doubtless the Liberal majority
would have been larger but for the
contaminating Influence of a crowd of
Conservatives who were
appi al to the electorate
own nam" and style,
number of newcomers
sed.
Those euliste-d are men whose home
was in Canada but who served in the j
British forces in South Africa during'
some part of the war, and included as'
well are those of the last contingent!
enlisted In Canada, but who reached
South Africa after peace was pro-:
claimed, and also the enlisted female1
nurses.
The right of the volunteer must be
established   by  a  certificate received i
from   the  Militia   Department   before!
any homesteader, present or prospec-1 floated  '"     ������*K*1     water-    Telegrams
tive, who may be able and willing to   nave been s,'nt t0 Bremertou from the
| buy  it. I Colorado, asking that the tug Navajo
any grant of land or scrip can be made]
As there it, no Government laud for
sale outside the pre-emption .area, the '
veteran stands  a fair chance to sell i
160 acres of the 320 acre scrip at the
price  of    adjoining     railway    lands, i
wiiich may be from $*_ to $10 an acre.!
Even iu the pre-emption area,  where
160  acres   o��  adjoining   Government I
land is sold to homesteaders on isettle-
ment   conditions at  $:.   an   acre,  the
veteran's scrip is worth more than $*.
an acre for 160 acres. For the Govern-
ment requires  three years' residence
in additlion to the price, and the exhaustion of  the  homesteader's   right.
In   the   case  of  a   pre-emption,   while ceived
the veteran's 160 acres is free of residence   and   settlement   duties   and ot
exhaustion  of  right,   as  well    as   of
price.
l'  is unfortunate that, whether by
aci idem or design, there seems to be
be sent to hor assistance.
of the boundary was due to the Government, that the Chinook winds that
by the Interior Department. And no
transfer of any right of a volunteer
lefore such a certificate has been'
ashamed toj granted by the Militia Department has
��� under their1 any standing.
The immense I Once the certificate from the Militia
immigrant's, a Department has been received by the]
year or so in the country, who were veteran, the Interior Department is ���
made to understand that any little | prepared to issue to him either land
difficulty they experienced In the new Scrip for 320 acres of land, or money:
Province, and the later settlements scrip to the amount of $160, as he may j
thereof, was due to the Government, choose. The money scrip is worth its a combined effort In the Opposition
They were told thai ihe cost of lm- face value to the holder in payment i PTess t(l depreciate the value of the
plements such as they had used south  for   Dominion   lands,    if the  holder j veterans' grant, with the result,    uo
does not. desire, to use it for this pur- doubt, that many men will part with
pose, those who do are always ready!theIr rig] - without fair value. The
has caused a little rust could have j to purchase at a small discount. At statute
been prevented by the Government, 'the present time the discount on slml- j tn's DV
Hm the most startling onslaught on I liar money scrip issued to North-west, rlSflt before the issue of the certificate
their credulity was that they would be half-breeds is about 10 per cent | :;>'   the   Militia Department  shall   be
compelled  to ship their grain  via thei    The veteran's right is therefore worth   valid.
Hudson Bay, if the Liberals were re- at least $140 to $1.50 in cash, without      As   matters   stand   at   present   thei
turned  to  power.    When    asking    it*: any trouble to him beyond his est&b-  minimum value of the bounty if taken
some of ihe candidates were Conser-  lishing it with the Militia Department.   In money scrip should be $140 to $150
vatlves,  the  answer came    to    them      If the. veteran should elect to take   in  cash,   and   if  taken  in land   scrip;
readily, Oh, no,    vye   are    Provincial   land scrip, he becomes entitled to se-  should not be Ittss than $500 to $1000
[tightens, a new party entirely.   These lect 320  acres   of  land in   adjoining for purpose of sale, while for purposee
Conservatives were, afraid the history J quarter sections anywhere on survey-  of actual settlement it may easily be
of the past would come out. so they ; ed land's in the three prairie provinces   worth $1000 to $.1000, as it enables the
were ready to assume the power they  and on completing the ordinary home-   veteran  to  acquire 320 acres of land;
proposed  to gain  under an  assumed stead duties���residence for six months  without  interfering with his right to,
name.     It   is  a  good  thing    for    the   in each year for three years, erection   acquire   in   addition   a   homgBtoad   of'
RUBBER STAMPS
No more n*ed of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  L.ANADA
Ma,!   orders fillsc   same  a.iy   as  re-
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
A meeting of the Liberals of Westminster and
district will be held in Hardman's Hall, McKenzie
street, on the evening of
Thursday,   August   20
Several prominent outside speakers will address
the electors.
ORCHESTRA   IN   ATTENDANCE
'|      W. W. B.  Mclnne��==: =Ro'oer-  Jardine
I��� ���J
does  what it can to  prevent
providing that no transfer of
>rat
electorate of Saskatchewan that they  of a habitable house and  cultivation 1G0 i\cv.* as an ordinary settlor any-
weri*' not entirely bulldozed by scouts    of 30 acres of land���he become, en- wl ire ir. the prairie west, or a home-
from  the Bordenlte ramp.    Mr. Haul-|titled to a free patent.    The practical stead and pre-emption of 320 ucrfes in
tain  may be a statesman, but  he is  effeel ot this provision is that the vet- the pre-emption area.
extremely   unfortunate   in   being  un- eran who becomes a Western settler      In another column of today's issue
,P>i  the wing of the. "Rubber Policy"  secures   160  acres  of land    free    of Is printed the text ofthe Act.
What They All Say
"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 or
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Tenders Wanted
NOTICE
Tenders   are   Invited    from    contractors     up     to      2      p.m.,     the
: 18th of August, 1908, for the erecth n
land completion of three Isolation buildings for the Board of Managers of th
Royal   Columbian   hospital.    Tenders
| are to be addressed to W. II. Keary,
secretary o*f hospital board, and envelopes   to   be  superscribed,   "Tender
Ifor Isolation Buildings";  also tenders
are   invited    [rom      plumbing    linns |
for    certain    trapping    and    venting
of    the    sewers of the    Royal Colum.1
Ian hospital up to the above   men-
��� tioned  date,  an l a Idressed as above
��� to W H. Keary. Esq,
Lowi si or any tender    not    neces-
sarily accept' d
Plans and    b* educations    can    be
-.���������ii  at  my office    In    tii"    Guichon
EDWIN G   W. SA1T,
Archlti
Notice to Cont-.ctors.
Tenders are Invited
of Queens Avenue   Meth
tor the erection an I
addition to Queens '���
Church,    New  Westmin rend
���ii be addressed   to S    _, LEE
New Westminster, and  I
der  for  Queens     \ *.; ithodi-
Church.'"
Lowest  or an)   ten .      nece
sarily accepted.
Tenders to be In   in
15th, 1908.
Plans   an i    -. ec deal a i
seen at .lohn A. Lee'i ire Ea
porium
HOOPER ������
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Run Your Eye Over the List of Prices
FOR
BSiiiJixRSa'.SS^ea.B
mwmKjmt&mvxa*^''-''-*-- ���^''������7
NONE BETTER THAN
THE
0rl
WE ARE
"SPECIAL AGENTS
AT JOHNSTONS BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED
Children's Button Boots, sizes 3 to 7; the regular $1.00 kind for ..65c
Iren's  White Canvas Oxfords. Bizes 3 to 7; the regulai |1.25 kind
for 70c
Children's Black Slippers, sizt.'- 3 to 7; the regular $1.25 kind for . .70c
Children's Tan two-strap and Oxfords, sizes 3 bo 7*. the regular $1.75
kind tor   75c
Children's Slipper- and Oxfords, in black and tan;   the regular $1.75
.ind $2.00 kind for   51.25
Mteses" Tan four-strap Slippers; the regular $1.75 kind for  $1.00
Ladies' $4.50 Patent Leather American-made Oxfords for   53.50
Ladies'$5.00 Patent Leather Cross American-made Pnmps, tor .53.50
Ladles' $3.00 McPherson male r-flack Oxfords for 52-00
5' '.
$2.25
Ladies' $2.00 White Oaniwas Oxfords  for   	
Ladies' $3.00 Blue and Pink fine Canvas Oxfords, for 	
.  Ladles' $3.50 High Top Lace Boots, American madia, fur $2.50 and $2-75
:.i.!: *.' $4.50 Tan Oxfords, American made, for, a pair  WW
*   ���!..$_..ii Canvas Boots, for *1-5(J
, ���:������_ $2 00 Canvas Shoes  for    -
M-mi's $3.00 Working Boots for J*2-25
I
��-t_^_n_~__      A *��_#_)     -C<"fc_rv%_tf>   ft_r%_t>_r-i=__ilc:_-__-_.F>R"cES    OIN WHICH WE  DEFY COMPETITION   BY   A!NY
Mere Are *>ome Specials��� other shoe store |n canada
Our Line of Men's "Newark," an American Tan  Shoe in    button    and
lace,  very   stylish, always sold    for $5.00    and    |5.50.    Saturday
price   $3-50
Men's "Walkover" Tan  Button Oxfords;     our     regular     $6.00     shoe
for  *3-95
Men's  Patent   Leather  Blucher Cut  Boots,   made    by     McPerson,    of
Hamilton; none better to w?ar.   Saturday price  $5.00
Any Pair of Geo. A. Slater's Boots, sellins tomorrow for $f4.50
Boys' Canvas Shoes for    75c
There Is a discount on any shoe in the store, no matter    what    you
ai.k for.
This  Great Shoe  Sale Is Proving a Record  Breaker
We'll have extra  silesmen on  today in antipication of the greatest day's business this store has ever seen.
Prices and reliable goods being to a great extent responsible for same.
Johnstons Big Shoe House, Limited
fc^Sign of the Big Electric Boot - - New Westminster,  B. C. AUGUST 17. 1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
T.~ '  PAOE fc'lVE.
The Cash Stores
Mammoth five
Sale
OF
Children's
Wash Dresses
_:;iHmji
Printed Lawn and Gingham
M    ���    Hubbard or Buster Brown styles, navy, sky. pink, or red with white, six months to five yi
.50c
Clearing Boys9Blouses at 50c
nd white and all whit    gala ea 01 satin duck, deep sailor collar,   me wid
ini and collar.    You would .   :���  as much for making here.    Thej   are
nd three rows
sizes. For quick
 50c
Hundreds  of Snow - White
11/    *  jl      to be unloaded at an average of half
VV UISlS   price.    The   balance of our reserve
stock placed on the quick  sale tables, and prices
lowered for bigger business.
if $1.50 to $1.75 values at $1-00
t $2.00 to $2.50 valu��    al $1-50
��� * $2.50 tn  :   50 value- at $2.00
BETTER  QUALITIES  REDUCED  IN   PROPORTION.
Importers9 Samples
hundred ends aud feelers of black and colored silks. Qnesl qualities up I i $250 per yard; useful
ts, skirt frills, dregs trimmings and millinery on sale at, each  25c
Another Great Hosiery
Saving*    At 25 cents
���������' ��� ranges, odd dozens ami half dozens in tasi black and tan fer loys and girls and women, both
ribbed and plain, many reduced to less than half original pric. to boost tl 'misery business of
bi -��� and blggeet store.
25c and 40c W ide Lace
At 10c Yard
white"*8 aUd ,me eyelet -eml.roi.l.My about flfty piece, to pick from, lac- in pairs ani cream   as well   as
'" '''" '**'* -sidths up to S',x laches, and values to   -.">c for. per yard 10c
ITH
Headquarters for Women's
Ready-to- Wear
City News
A mild ,.i..;1|.
the     A (I
but strong on quality
Th;
ln'i:: three white.-,, and a
haJ*        ; trged with drunken-
'"';s '*   ���*���'��� '   i    ��� before     the    city
l"'lil''��� magistrate thka morning.
For cut (lowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184
Hi, Honor Judge Howay will take
the countj coun chambers this morning. Only a few cases are listed for
hearing.
Plenty of shoe bargains to be procured during the next few days at
Johnston's  big shoe store. **
The sockeyv run for this season Is
al-Oiit over, according to reports
brought In by fishermen. Dog salmon
and cohoes are beginning to run.
Not made to please the eye, but to
please  the  palate,    The  "B. C."  and
i "Old Sport" Cigars. *��
i A meeting of the Fraser river Improvement committee '.sill be arranged
this week, as .-oon as .1. B. Kennedy,
M. P., is sufficiently recovered   to be
. present.
i
We are offering  the   ilggesl   snap
.'���ver heard of In New Westminster a
our great  3b ie sale.    Johnston's big
... **
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That   no   matter what
you need in CARPETS
or FURNITURE, you
will find it here.
We offer you satisfaction in prices as well as
in quality.
1
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Take a look at our $16
Sideboards, regular $20.
We make Awnings.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lorne  Street.      Phone 73.
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J. I). B, McDonald, of the Cosmopolitan hotel, is leaving this week for
a short holiday, which he proposes
spending in San  Diego.
Of the $70,000 expected to I e collected for civic taxes this year, about.
$....uiii) had been received on Saturday , ihe last day fm the rebate,
drowned to the city police, this alarm
ing circumstance being strengthened
by the presence of a shawl in the
boat. However, it transpired yesterday that she had landed ou Lulu island and  walked  back to the city.
Everything points to a   large   attendance ai  the  big Liberal meting
to  be  held   mi   Thursday   evening    in
this city,   when  a  number of promln
.���nt   party speakers are to be in   attendance,    Smoking will lie perm;"..;
luring ih.- evening, ,>nd music will be
discoursed   .>   an  efficient, orchestra
The   Beaver  on   Saturday    brought|The meeting will be held in A. Hard-
down the  remainder of ,a large   oon-  man's hall. Mackenzie street.
signment of old rails from the chilli
This i'-i the lasl day for the receiving of tenders for the building of
'h.. proposed K. of 1'. hall. M I).
Goodfellow, of the Dominion Trust
block, is the architect in charge.
A  meeting of the  city  directors of
the provincial exhibition will be held
j mi   Fri la    evening   in   tlie   board  of  Junction
j trade room al   8  p.m., to consider the
amusements, etc.,    proposed    for the
forthcoming  exhibition,
w.ick  district, where they  were  used
for dyking, consigned to Westminster
John Henry Davies, a recent arrival
i from  Birmingham, England, who has
been  working at  Cloverdale  recently,
For    sale   Seven     roomed     house,. and became a patient at the    ltoyal
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood- Columbian hospital, was removed yes-
shed;     horse   stall,   carriage   liouse;  -terday to the provincial asylum,  hnv-
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
street. *"
ing developed insanity.
Clearing out
our summer boots
At the meeting of the city council
this evening a report will probably
be presented with reference to the
Lulu Island bridge, from the special
committee. The plans of the new lockup are slated for examination. A report Will be received from the committee representative of the council
and board of trade, with reference to
the use of the latter's room at the city
hall.
There was not a large turn out for
shoes to make way for the swell the competition for the Dominion chal-
,,.i .
Johnston's big
* *
The Baptisi  Young People's    union I fall and winti
will hold no meeting this evening, on j shoe store.
accoun recital     tomorrow]    Tne c. P. R. boat Trans_er will re-
main    on    tlie    down-river    run    till
Vugust   31,  and  then  be laid up for
nigh; l.y Albert E. Greenlaw, which is
being held under their auspices in. the
Olivet Bapiiist church.
A Canadian Phonetic society, to be,
em, lucted mi lines similar to English
horthand societies, is being formed.
Correspondence and exchange of ideas
are the e . cts aimed at Particulars
ma) bi ied from A'.' erl M. Hoss.
P,  0.   Box  566   Bran I in,  Man.
An  auc .en   sale  v.i.!   ie   ~hel i    at
the  Fas] ion livery  st i : - on Friday
nexi   an',  ���    b    succeeding
the  season,  according  to  a   massage
received on Saturday    from    Captain
Troup.
T !��� 'mar I of school trustees will
meel In future In the new iiuarters in
ti. small building at the Central
scl ��� ol. Tb.. secretary, Rev. R. Lennie, will attend there from 10 to 12
a.m. and ". to 4 p.m. daily when
school meets next week
l-'ri 1 i���.    ifl   ;;.���"':.     Sab       '    nences at
2:30.     Horse
e Included.
etc.,
Hoi ace  Otto  i ton ! liss El ..e.
..Christina Ross  iven   mai  li ;  on Sat-
���, urday    at    the    Flrsl     Presbyterian
' ni.iu.e. Vancouver, by Rev   Dr. Fraser.
The annual meeting I  ���     Royal   Both aiv well known here, where Mr.
Columbian   hospital wil.   be  held  on Dorer Is in  business.    Miss Florence
Angus)  20, wben the reports   of   the  Julia Dorer ,   s bridesmaid, and John
year's  operations    will   b    presi       I
Tomorrow    the    building    committee
meet to open tenders for the new Isolation cottages.
A large party from Millside enji ��� I
the cool shades of the natural park
adjoining the Coquitlam river at Westminster Junction yesterday. Tiie appetites of the patty were more in
keeping with the logging camp than
a picnic pan.-.
For first class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
llnrists.    Tel. R 20S.
...a....,;  atti ;. led  the bridegroom.
R. D, MacKenzie has acquired the
Delta hotel, at l.adners. This popular
ostelry has been closed for some
time, and the need of a second house
at this growing place makes the announcement welcome. The rooming
accommodation will be remodelled and
the hotel will open lbs doors today to
the patronage ot the public.
Dus Anderson, a Swede, went down
the river on Saturday night with his
full-blood wife, Margaret, and missed
her, reporting  that    she    had    been
ieuge salver on Saturday, the principal
scores being V. 11. C. -A.blx.tt, SS; J. D.
Kennedy. 77; C. 11. Judd, 76, and J.
C. McClelland. 71. There have now
been three dayts out of the six necessary Under its gift to the Civilian Ritia
association and Abbott leads with a
toi i of 262, Judd 218, and McClelland
213. Kennedy has over two hundred,
bul "ii one occasion did nol shoot at
��� ards.
v..'inens missionary auxiliary
of th, Wesl End Methodist churcl
holding a garden party at the residence of Mrs. George -A.dams, corner
Twelfth street and Eighth avenue, tomorrow afternoon and evening, beginning at three o'clock.   Ice cn
and othei lighi refreshments will
.���    served, while a  musical  program
lot   '"tii  Instrumental and vocal num-
i���;���-  will  be  rendered.   A.11  are cor-
Idlally invifd to attend.
There was a very good attend ine -
at   the   performance  of  "Little    Dolly
' Dimples" at the opera house on Saturday. Miss Grace Cameron has gathered   round  her clever  assistants,     and
! this little comely, through which runs
a ;uire. wholesome story, has plenty
of  good tsinging.   dancing and   ballot.
1 work generally. The play gives an
opportunity    for,  Miss    Cameron    to
I show her versatile talents and power a
' as a vocalist. The author. C. H.
Kerr, has thus taken ample advantage
I of her peculiar talents. Her company
lends her cordial support.
About
Spectacles
We can  give you better value than
i ou can get from others.
Three  things  interest you:
First���Eyes 'Perfectly  Fitted.
Second���Face Perfectly Fitted.
Third���Right Price.
We guarantee to fill all these con-
lltlons;
No Sale, No Charge,
No Fit, No Pay.
���ctr  50 Cents Up.
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Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Ringing
Our Praises
Another insurer has been
made happy by the prompt
payment of a loss. Listen
to what he says:
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to certify that ou the llth day of July, 1908, we lost one
oi* our horses, from rupture of the Diaphram probably caused by
an acute attack of colic. That we carry a policy of insurance on
all our horses with the British American Live Stock Association,
Ltd.. of Vancouver, B. C. That the "Proof of Loss" required by
them was not completed unt.i the 28th day of July, and that we
have thia day from their General Agent, A. \V. McLeod, received
their check for $173.00, the full amount of our claim. This being
the second los3 we have sustained since the i>olicy was Issued,
and we take this method of publicly thanking them for thc prompt
manner in which they have settled both of our claims.
WESTMINSTER TRANSFER CO.,
(Signed)   P. E. Cameron, Manager.
This is the way we settle all our claims, and our rates for flrp,
live stock and every other kind of insurance are the same.
A. W. McLEOD
1 INSURANCE  BROKER
J ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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PAGE SIX.
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THE D.A1LY NEWS.
MONDAY
AUGUST 17
WHEN  BOSTON  SHOOK.
An Earthquake That Rocked tha C%
November, 1755.
On NovMnber 18, 1755, "ii little nfter
4 on n serene ami pleasant night,"
Boston wis roused by an earthqualts
whicb tasted nearly five minutes A
writer of the times gives nn account
tf the catastrophe, and Kev. Henry
White quotes lt ln his "Early History
of New Kngland:'"
due hundred chimneys were leveled
to the roofs of the houses and fifteen
hundred were shattered in part. The
streets were covered with bricks which
had fallen. The ends of brick houses
were thrown down.
It was first Introduced with a noise
like several coaches rattling over pavements, or rather like many cart loads
of paving stones thrown down. The
first motion was a strong pulsation,
which threw my house upward. Immediately after a tremor succeeded;
then Instantly a quick vibration with
sudden Jerts followed.
The first view 1 had was of the
steeples of the churches, and I was
glad to see them standing, but tlie
spindle and vane of Faneuil Hall
market were thrown down.
Many persons ran Into the streets,
shrieking with apprehension of its be-
tag the lust day or the Judgment, nnd
some thought they heard the last
trumpet sounding and cried for mercy.
The beast creatures lowed, the birds
fluttered In surprise, snd nil the animal creation was filled with terror.
Every face looked ghastly, and msny
knees smote together. Never was such
��� scene of disaster ln New England before.
DON'T BORROW  MEDICINE.
Physician Pointa Out tha Qrava Danger
af tuoh a Course.
"And whatever yon do," said a doctor to a poor patient, "don't take any
borrowed medicine."
"Want that an unnecessary caution 7" asked a woman who happeaad
to be prtMDt.
"Not In this neighborhood," said tke
doctor. "It Is a common thing for people down here to lend medicine. They
do it, ef course, to help each other
���long. Bo far as I know, no one haa
paid tha penalty of this nelghborty
kindness with his life, but It Is the
greatest wandar In the world that one-
half tha people ln the neighborhood
hasn't potaoned tha other half.
"The Brat thing a sick person does la
to describe hla symptoms to his friends.
He is pretty awe to find somebody la
the crowd who bas been afflicted with
apparently the same ailment. Usually
tbe former patient has some of the
medicine left and straightway ft la
proffered aa a possible cure.
"'Ton might just as well have It,'
says tb* kindly neighbor. 'It wlll ba
pretty aura to help yen and wlll save
doctor's bills.'
"Of course lt doesn't do anything of
the kind. Nine times out of ten the
stuff taken waa prescribed for an entirely different ailment and makes tha
patient worse than he was ln the beginning, but until the altruistic spirit results ln some serious accident the practice ls likely to continue."���New York
Press.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If  so, come and have them  ex I
amined.      We   make  no  charge
for testing your eyes.    All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   In T.   Gifford's
Jewelry   Store.
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(Self-Filler)   .
8 Autofiller
Fountain Pen
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jf;o r   sale   by
I J. J. MacKay & Co.
��� .. Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers ..
The Chatty English.
Every Englishman likes to be alone
and have things to himself. If he cannot choose his company, he would rath-
��r have none. Englishmen are proud
of the national idiosyncrasy, yet here
comes one who, knowing all this, pays
it no deference, but sets the national
tradition st defiance and forces his Intrusive presence on you. Why does
this denationalized Englishman, when
be may be as solitary as you wish ta
be yourself, not act as every true Englishman ought and go Into the next
carriage or take a seat at the other
side of the room as far away as ha
can get from you? By all acknowl
edged laws of English Intercourse ba
ought as much to dislike being near
you ns you dislike to he near hlin.���
Ixindon Saturday Review.
Lemon Kali
^^^   Fresh from thc Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
At Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
See That Dinner Set
In our window for - $20.00
We have others at      -     -      $16.50
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
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Fountain Pens
A few of the lines we carry:
L. E. WATERMAN
NEW   LINCOLN
PREMIER
AUTOMAT
BLOTAFIL  (Self-filling)
CONKLIN  (Self-filling)
MORRIS (Non-leakable).
!
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Miraculous Cures.
Reginald of Durham, who wrote a
chronicle some time before 1195, asserts that a young English nobleman
was cured "f leprosy nl the shrine of
Bt. Cuthbert In Durham cathedral and
thnt a young woman who had beeu for
the spine of three years an Inmate of
a large hospital established ut Badele,
i,ear Darlington, in the diocese of
Durham, was miraculously healed at
the shrine of St. Qodrlc al Flnchdale
in the presence of Ralph Haget, sheriff of the county, and Norman, parish
priest of ilaliiiiiie.- st. James' Gazette.
The "Jeweler ���
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} W. C. CHAMBERLIN
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A
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
It  Didn't   Break.
A little girl held a mirror up before
a visitor's face and linked. "Do you see
yourself In lt?"
"Yes, my darling."
"Are yon quite sure?"
"Yes.   Why should I not?"
"Because  I   heard  mamma  say   the
other  day   that   If  you   ever  peeped
into ��� looking giant, you'd smash lt al)
hi to tiny little bits!"
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but Btart your orchard right, by buying trom A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumtgation, as
well as setting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size, if we have no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
He Could Dodge.
"There's nothing slow about Jones,*"
he said reflectively.
The other laughed scornfully.
"I guess you never loaned him any
��oney," he Raid.
���Oh. yes. I have," replied the first
���p���tor, "That's what made me speak
that vrtf. I loaned him $10 six month*1
ago, and I toven't been able to catch
hlm since."
She Got a New On*.
"I've stopped asking pcojtfe If my
bonnet Is on straight." The HoibanA
���Why. ray dear? The Wife I lora
yon too much. John, to disgrace you by
tailing a body's attention to un old
bonnet 10w this.- I/mdon Tit Bit*
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.   :
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Monday J August 17th
Barnum & Bailey Circus
VANCOUVER
The II. i'. B5. Railway will run in addition to their regular half
hourly service, special cars to accommodate passengers wishing to
go Ho Vancouver,
Adults 50c        -       Children 25c
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YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
Advertising
COSTS MONE\
T
rzez
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month.    Many colui
might be written on the folly of using certaii
advertising mediums, but the moral in thc end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
cIhe,Daily 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.
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Tk
DAILY
NEWS
g
We  print  ads.   ranging'   in   size
from   one    line   to   double   page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
I
If
YOU   WANT A   HOUSE
YOU  WANT  A FARM
YOU WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A SMALL AD.
A DISPLAY  AD.
A LARGE AD.
A LARGER   AD.
The other fellow wants whatjjyou have or has whatiyoiiwaiil
To   get   in   touch    with   him
use space in The Daily News
This   Little   Story   C
omes
Newspaper-
Advertising
Best
rrom   Toronto :
The Retail Merchant:.' Association ol Chatham ie �� level-headed
organization.   At   a   recent meet-
iti'. newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the (rnernl opinion
oi the iaimbers was that newspaper advertising wns the hest, and
program and other advertising ot
that clans "was almost useless.
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dav.
iDflOST
'7,
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQE SEVEN
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Llna
Service
North-West
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
May    leaves     Vancouver
Any
uiui--��u
I   Canadian
"*       tead  Regulations.
H�� d section of Do!    Princess
<"en    ,    Manitoba, Saskatch- July 81, 27, August. 3, 9, 15-
l"nd3 '" '-tins 8 and 26,      vANeOUVER-V'CTORlA ROUTE.
vm and Alberta, ^^ine3leaded Dy      Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
lot rrscr-'1' ml>. le head of a rfailv except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
* """"'I male over 18 years of
&M* ��<Zmt ot one-quarter aec
'��� t0 th     r,u  more or less.
iof 16�� acreJ*    entry    must    be
AppliCaU��ln v, the applicant at
b,d< !!?��*��� Agency   "   BUl"
���,v for the <!^**ct in
eCDC)     ,,,,.,    Entry
tad is situate.   *���
' ever, be made at
Jenain conditio
��� daughter, ^^^
:*-iS^S-t.*��
;:,;:::;:,,"_-��. ___....
Br,u plans'
which the
by prixcy may,
an agency  on
jn_"by the father, moth-
brother or sister of
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daiiy.
Princess Hoyal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquoi,
Mosquko Harbor and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Saturday, Aug. 15th
Miss Grace Cameron
THE
IN ���
hp following -^^^^^^���,. . _    ^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^_
At least six n>o��ths' resldenc* i Quatsino, Cape Scott and wa.^ports
ultlvatlon of the land
1.(21
gi,
tnce
j,i o��'
if he so ;
("   rtl " ", . ..  of  the land   in
and a
_ear i'0r three years.
nomesteader may,
'     ,   ���      ,     r,,���ilred    resi-
"" d,'ni(.,  by   living on     farming
,.     ..        bv Wm-  not le��9
,,htv    acres In extent, in
__________
;.    . Homestead
BershlP in land will not
; '    ..' or mother, If thej
'   / .      Df a homesteader j
ier��� .   idence on  farming j
_    |   oleiy  by  him,  not  less!
ighty .-      a rea  in  extent,  in
of th�� homestead, or up-
red for by him
Th�� UrHat Musical Success
"Little
Dollie
Dimples
Fernie  Sufferers Helped
by Westminster Residents
rietjiu fOUai
ujiiiau vw��l
ir-i ��wnet An \
JTllL-HAat i
Joint |
meet this
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE
8. 8. Joan
Leave?. Vancouver 1:80 pm. dally,
jxcept Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. I_eaves Nanaimo at
I  a.  ui.
VICTORIA-NANA1MO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m*,
^^^^^^^^^ arrives  Victoria 9  p.  m.
downed  so...;    ..,   -  I RIVERS  INLET,  VAN   ANDA,  LUND,
an eigbty    *     acres In extent,  in
���Icinltj homestead, or up- '
,   -      .      , . o. o. cjueen City.
. ��� red  for  by him _��.___
i  i     _.��._, a ; Prom Victoria g p.m. every Weflnea-
ii b homesteader may i ' '
r(orffl hi, own residence duties by! day' from Vancouver    10   a.m. ever,.
iDg with the father (or mother).    \ Thursday.   Returning arrive, at Van
.,._      ,:       ,,,,.,. ,u the twoi couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria;
is  defined    as  M��nnav morning, via LadyamltH.
not more tUan nine miles in i NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
,.elusive nf the width s*s* t*-mur-
read allowances crossed    in     .he j    ,*Pnves Vancouver  2nd  and  lftb ot
leasurement.
iji  A homesteader  ,_,a_ 0    ��.
���ssa��*e^__________^^^^^^^^^^_ i Beaver���
From    New    Westminster
Wednesday, and Friday.
From chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ind Saturday.
LOWER FRASER.   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-'
ml��8ter Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday. Friday  and  Saturday   at   3
p.m.   Except Saturday al - p.m. Addi-
��� lonal trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuepday, Wednesday. Thursday, Sa..
-.lrday at 7 a.m. Friday 8 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
6   p m
Com;
;vany
of
35 people
New
son
gs,
new  dances,   new
cos-
tumea
Summer
pric
ea  .1.00,
75c and
50 c.
Resi
rve
your
se its at
Ryall's.
ul
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J McCiughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl*
Funds for tbe relief ot the victims
uf the Fernie tire are still coming into
t.he hands of the treasurer of the collecting committee, Marshall Sinclair,
who now lias over $2100 in cash and
kind. About $200 promised early in
the past week Is not yet paid. Con- j George McMurphy
trlbutions will be received until notice
to the contrary ls given.
The  following Is the complete  list
of contributions to date;
G. F. Bradshaw
E.  Gelser   	
J. C. Gill  	
W.  Hay  	
W. Bourke
D.  .McLeod   	
.00
00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
Cash.
W. P. Hansford  ...$ 5.00
C.  B. Sword     10.00
Miss George   2.00
,1. G. Brymner   5.00
C. G. Major    10.00
F. ,1. Hart & Co  25.00 j Alex. Matheson
W. L. House        2.00 j-las
W. J. Brennan ...
Holbrook hotel . . .
William Collier ...
J. D. B. .McDonald
R.   Elley   	
B. C. Cigar factory
E.  Falch  	
Occidental hotel   . .
CanadianPac_ficiw- N- Draper
RAILWAY COMPANY
pVise   .
Wm.   Wolfenden     2.50 j Al. Peters .
Dr.  Drew     lO.OOi J- T. Trachy
W.  ll. Barraclough    5.00
Dr. Walker    5 00
Employees penitentiary    !i 00
Vanstone & Co	
titling
Hi
Leaves Vancouver
evry   month.
Canadian National Exhibition
Toronto
Tli kel ��� "U sale kugusl _ H h to September 3rd. Goo i until September
26th.    Fare $62.70 return,
For further particulars and reserva-
t;ou3 apply
ED.  GOULET,
Ageut. New Westminster,
or to B. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
To Contractors
         Intending    to
rform his residence  duties   in   ac-;
Irian i *li the above while living
ts or on I irmtng land own-
. ���, : ��� il . ;sr notify thii agent
. ol such Intention,
|Sis months' notice in Writing must
given to the Commissioner of Do
mon Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
I apply
W   W, CORY.
sir   ' the Minister of the interior
N, B.���Unauthorized publication    f
lis i> :        ent   will   not   be  pair"
UP  RIVER.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Monday,
Tenders are requested fo;- a three
storey lng  for the    Knights    of
Pythias, New Westminster, B.C. Plans
and particulars at the office of the
architect. Tenders to be in by noon
17th August, 1908.
M   I). GOODFELLOW,
Architect.
Room  2,  Dominion Trust Block. New-
Westminster, B C.
ptpsis oi Canadian  Homestead
K.guliitlons.
|Any availal le Dominions lands with
[ the ��� '  in British Col im
|i::.. li -i bj any person
. hi ad ol a family, or
imale ovi    18 yi irs ol age, to thi
Iteat ol ia        sec tion of  mo
i
I:;:.'��� ... ide personally al
e local land office for the district ln I
_lch the land is situate.    Entry by
..... r. be made on cer-
i: :. the father, mother,
in, :.;..,.'. other or sister of an
tend ng homi . :��� r,
The homesteader is required to per-
���nn the conditions connected there
ith under one of the following
tal;
111) At .'���.,.- six months' residence
PM and cultivation of the land in
rt year : threi years.
1-) If the father (or mother, it* the
iiIht ;_ dei ��� rdi, of the home-
teader reBides upon a farm in the
Ma'ty of ihe land entered for, the
".ulremeni to residence may be I
tUsfied | .���TSOn residing with
1"'"t'������ -      i..",,..
") It the settler has his perman-
p widen e upon farming land own
by him in th" vicinity of his home.
fea<1. the requln ments .as to peal-
l'"(" ;i ��� itlsfled by residence
^ l'i"   a I i.md.
ix month   a .tic. In writing should
iflven to thi Commissioner of Dom-
pwnLands al Ottawa ot intention to
,lv fur pati a'.
'UI* ('";'! mining rights may be
^ for a period of twenty-one years
Mtuul rental of $1 p��?r acre,
m 2560 acres Bhall   be
to one individual or company.
For  reaervatlon.8   and   iarormation
all or address
F.n   GOULET,
\Kent.  New  Westminster
P.e  Subdivision  A ot  the    n rthweat
quarter ot Section 2, Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number   7460 F,  Issued
In  the name of Donald    Fraser,   has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here.
of, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless}
in the meantime valid objection be
* aa     to me In writing.
C. S. KEITP,
District Fa��S'st.ra;' of Titles.
Registry,  office,  New   West'
it. C, -T'ive 29, 1908.
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAMMOND, HANEY.RUSKIN, Other offices on the line to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice will be given
as additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd
George Kennedy 	
E. R. Fitzgerald 	
L, C. Hill 	
T,  W. Ilaslam   	
Jameg  Lord  	
Westminster bowling al
Bartenders' union	
.1.  H. Todd 	
A  Friend   	
Mrs. C, Purvis 	
11   Boyle   	
G. VV. Beggs 	
Sablto & Co	
Gilley  Bros	
H. Mor.-y & Co	
Agnes L. Hill	
Whiteside & Edmonds
T, R. Pearson 	
.). E. Allen (N. C. B.)   .
Employees B. C. E. R.
P.  Peebles   	
H. M. Marshall 	
Archibald Bros	
,���.
.
r. L. Briggs
Co.
Columbian  Pu'jj
Model  Grocery   	
Schaake Machine Works
F.  Crake  	
20.00
10.00
2 00
2.00
5.00
1.00
25.00
5.00
1.00
2 '�� '
.50
1 .00
1 00
20.00
5.00
5.00
10.0''
10.00
10.00
50.50
5.00
5.00
2.50
10.00
10.00
25.00
25.00
1.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
0.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.50
 [ 2.50
Reid   .j^^^^^^^B  6.00
Royal City Realty Co. .
Brown's barber shop ..
Fr iser chop liouse ���
Hee Chung 	
Settlers' Association .
Malins, Coulthard & Co
Thos, Mowbraj  	
ii. it. Speck
5.00
.50
.50
���: 00
2.00
2. lo
2.00
1 .00
Jas.Wise          10-00
1 .00
20.00
in '"I
25.00
50 00
10.00
50. Oh
o.OO
11."ii
10.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
i. 00
1.00
1.. 00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
L.00
1.00
William Turnbull         2 ���0,)
Dr. Frank Smith        5*00
     25.00
Land
minstei
���at
n����
���.-en. Pas.   Agent, Vanoouver.
,1   W. TROUP.
orql Ruofr'ntendent. vtc'-.n*
Mail Service
;i:
Huntingdon
e_._
dail
. Sun
excepi
a.m.
Burnaby
dally   ex-
train at 1-7:26
at. 16:45 p.m.
No. 96  (C
III
H more
������oyaltv
at the
Dispatched by C. r. R. tram at
a.m.*. close 6:30.
Sumas aud Seattle, vii
daily.
Millside  No.   1,   daily
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,
Sundav.    Mails received at 10:30
Dispatched by  B.  C. Electric rallwa
Co.. 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No.  1,  dailyexcept Sun
days.    Return mail received 10 am-
Vancouver. No. 3, and
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m
cept Sunday. Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R
p.m., mall closes
Calgary and Vancouver
P. R. first mall). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C P R No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Swings, Westminster
Junction, Lytton. Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning tram only.
Sapperton,  No.  2;  MUlsld ���     i
Coquitlam, dally except Sunl��j     --
turn mall received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 '00 nooir
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill
days and Fridays.   Return   malls
ceived Tuesdays and Fridays.
Ail down river points via Vancouver
except Sunbury.
Sunhurry,      Mondays,
p.nd Fridays;   leaves U a.m
mm
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM AN
POINTS IN THF OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
Next    sailings   of    the    Empresses
August  7  aud  21.
For  other  dates  and   particulars,
to ^^^^^^^^^^^^*****m
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office  'Phoili   '86,      Bam 'Pir*
Colunibiii Streel
Dominion  Pipe Co.   ..
Dr. Green   	
P. Blrrel  	
W. ,J. Armstrong  	
Dr. G. Drew  	
Small & Buckllu 	
John Stewart (Elgin)
C. E. Bartley 	
A.  Swanson   	
Ed.  Walmsley   	
Thomas Grey 	
I E. Salt 	
Mrs. I. McMartln ...
le 137 1 William Goodfellow .
I. Lovee  	
Baggage   delivered   prompt
any part of the city.
to
Y! Light and Heavy Hauling
ED.
GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
OPPICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
, O. Box  471.        Tel.  53.        Re;
Estimates   Submitted.
429
Tues-
re-
Wednesdays
Sentj)n Approval
To Responsible People
Laughlin
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and
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This*
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
"Sumi
Poll
paid
to any
address
* shall k.     I���1" "f "Ve C6nts Per '! dispatched by carrier. i:13 n. m.*-
"wail be collected on    ihe    mar.    ........ ,   ��_.���o.   4 ���
potabi,,
Wal mined
m.*-
excen'
W. W
T^ ot ^e Mmiate
CORY,
f the Interior
Bi ll
OF TRADE.    NVw
'-r Board ol Trade
J��td Room, City
^artony  men(lnR8   Qn   ^   ^
Westmin
meets in the
Hall, as IoIIowb:
**���**}
Th
A,'S'ist and
Annual
,av   nf   February,    May,  Hazelmere.
��vetuber, at 8 p. TO.   cord. Blaine
meetlrma   on    the    third In   Washington
February,    New j points  lu eastern
proposed    and ! rept Sunday.     Return
"May
mi*rcib..r..
elnctp,!
*eetl'���
of
may   be
���t ii
. Dispatched by G.N. Fyler
I    To southern    points,    dally
! Sunday.    Return mail 11 l>. "->���
Clayton,  Tuesdays .and   Thursdays
I Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   SaMr-
days.   Return mail received Monday.
and Fridays.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8 46 a.rn^
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Tv.i.   ������*
Hall's    Prairie,    Bonao
and   Seattle   (all   polnt��
and   south,    also   all
states),    daily  ex-
mails received
Illustrations ard E��aot Sua
Every pen guaranteed
full ItKi. Bolitt Gold���cut
ou righl hand may he ha.l
in cillicr our alauuai.l
btiiak opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transparent, as desired, either in j
plain or entiraved finish,
aa preferred.
Ton mny try thla pin ��� ���"���'j. I
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I e���.�� lor iH.ii ti*** ""> ''���c,,';i
,.������* In   any ollur B.��l.��. �� "''���I
.nlit.ly  latUfactorj li> t.^ry t.-1
1 iMct Alum Haa* are will *..'<��� |
joullaulorlt ^^^^^^^
Cut oa i��rr ll our farnoni and 3
Pon���l.r tU�� 0���� IB* r.ncll.
' ii.l.w, Irak |,root Irlu'i'l'li. �����*! I
STee-rle* I" any pclllon "J
��k.t or .hopplna !�����.*"���� "I
ao��la at l��l touch. JIlU
liprlna)  toad, Mdlam
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   fences,   Castings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
I IF. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   G��o. Adam*, Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes trom 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch" open
(face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Exnedltlon.    \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enarges reason
able.
any
num
point,poll.h..tTidcanltad ��M��I
Ka/fiTraeeHa SnUh.   ����'���
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POST CARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
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i      li. Gamon ^^^^^b
| Capt. Plttendrigh  	
| Malins. Coulthard & Co.
Ro'.'e.rt Kennedy  	
Diamond bar.er shop ..
.lohn  Wise   	
N'ei.. Nelson  	
U. S. Curtis	
Drs. Holmes & Hacking
G. Rawlison 	
Ed.  Goulet  	
E. J. Fader, and office s
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. .1. S. Henderson  .
A.   Pringle   	
M. Sinclair  	
M   L. Rugg 	
McLeod. Mark & Co.  .
W  J, Walker 	
E. M.  Meredith   	
.lames  Johnston   	
Mrs. Hugh Gordon
George Turner   	
j. \v. Crelghton 	
VY. W, Forrester	
.1. A, Montgomery	
Jos   Armstrong  	
Dr.   Kenny   	
H. Ryall  	
I.  Hudson   	
S, H. Thompson  	
J. W. Reld  	
A. M.  Eraser  	
White, Shiles & Co.
H. Dorer 	
J.  Crane   	
Mayers & Preston ...
Martin & McQuarrie
W. A. Gilley 	
J. B. Kennedy  	
Oardhouse Bros	
J. J. MacKay & Co.
J. J. Jones 	
Diamond Barber shop
,T. Relchenbach  	
H. O. Bule 	
M i 3s  Ward   	
.1    I)    Kennedy   . . .
P. 0. Bilodeau 	
!',.  C.  Distillery   . ..
!.. A, Lewis  	
Father O'Boyle   . .
R. .1. Riekman  . . .
Rev.   A,   Shildrick
w. j. Kerr's office
A. E. Rand 	
J.   I. Cambridge  .
John Sprott  	
O.  Wilkie   	
H. P. McMartln ..
D. W. Johnston ..
J. Reid  Fa
J. S. Clute 	
C. S. Keith 	
R. H. Cheyne 	
S. A. Fletcher  .
A. P. Grant	
}.  .Mahoney    ^^^^^^^^^^^
Dr.  Doherty ���..    10.00
Myers Gray	
L. Wilson   	
W. H. Nesl.it  	
5.00 '.M. Monk  	
10.00 ! D. F. S. P	
10.00 Calgary   ,'....	
25.00)8. J	
2.00 jciU'   Hail   	
2.50  Westminster Japanese
5.001 (C(?Hpr,ef- ��������� Sr
1 'O's. ft. .'.. ~.: :.~
2.00 George C. Waldie  ....
2.00 George Stagg 	
2.00 Bruce Fisher  	
2 00  Andrew Halcrow   .....
2.00; John K. Raphail 	
2.50 James Canfield   	
2.50  St. Mungo Canning Co.
10.00 ! James Anderson  	
5.001 iCollecte.l by the Daily News.)
2.00   Daily   News        25.00
10.00 i T. II. W	
25.00 j Mrs. W. N. Bole  . .
_" 00  Brewery employees
25.00 [a. Whealler 	
2.00| J.  B .Wilson   	
50
5. W>
5.00
'.'.      5.00
..      7.50
..      5.00
.50
1.50
..    30.00
..    21 ri"
Mungo Cannery J r*j
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..      1.00.
.. 1.00
.. 1.00
.. 1-00
... 1.00
1.00
... 20.00
... 10.00
i. 00 i Friend
1.00
10.00
15.00
5.00
20.00
2.00
2.50
.   2.00
y ninnthl
v ����� White, S
>' or rpiarteriy   at    3.30   p.m.
Bonar-d Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
[���Laughlin Mfg. Co
��5    NajMtls Bids
MreR.
Ml��k.
MOREY'S STATIONERY 8TORE.
a QAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN, and
MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
(Collected by Chief Mcintosh.)
L. Mclnnes      5.00
taff ..    50.00 j Anonymous 	
     10.00  D D.  Bourke  	
       2.00 Merchandise.
       5.00  W. E. Fales 	
     10.00 Thomas Rutledge  	
     10.00  E. Goudy 	
     10.00  N. W. Creamery	
     10.00  Hardman & Co	
       5.00   M. j. Phillips 	
     10.00  Daniels  &  Loat   	
       5.00 i George Adams 	
       5.00 | Brackman-Ker	
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Hale.  Bros	
.1. A. Lee  	
Westminster Clothing Co,  .
Reid & Co	
C. A. Welsh  	
T.   Muir   	
Adams & Deans  	
Mrs. Birtch 	
T. H. Smith 	
W. S.  Collister  	
W. C. Chamberlin      10.00
W. ES. Sinclair      10.00
T. S. Annandale      25.00
Johnston Shoe Store	
H. Morey & Co	
J. N. Attchtson 	
McMenemy Meat Market ..
West End Grocery 	
Sing On Co	
Quong On Wo & Co	
Sing Kee  	
Ning Lai & Co.	
Jackman & Burtman 	
Edmonds Tea Co	
Mrs. Hoffard 	
Acme Clothing Co	
Prank Broad  	
Benson & Ayling  	
Gordon Dry Goods Co	
Anderson & Lusby  	
Praser Valley Meat Market
Prank MacKenzie	
M. W. Grant 	
Howard and Muirhead ���
3.00 j
5.00 j
5.00!
20.00
5.00 |
50.00
5.00
2.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
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5.00
20.00
15.00
5.00
15.00
5.00
5.00
25.00
15.00
6.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
25.00
8.00
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30.00
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PAGE EIGHT.   .-��]
THE DAn.Y NEWS.
-i
"��NDAY, AUGUST ,7
"OcanCut"
! RUSSIAN REDS WILL
LIVE IN SWITZERLAND
���
���
*
*
That's Our Brand
Saws
Chisels
Hammers
Axes, Etc.
Any of our tools bearing
"Clean Cut" are fully guaranteed
by us.
I	
��� [Headquarters of Anarchists
\    Will in Future  Be  but-
WINDSOR SALT k made m
Canada. Cofts no more than the
cheap imported salt ��� and it much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
184 W
side Czar's Domain.
��������������� *********************
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Geneva, Aug. 16.���Preliminary u>
making Switzerland headquarters for
Its activities against the czar, Russia's
revolutionary organization is now
clearing the country with lead and
knife of everyone it suspects of spying
on   its   plans.     Though   it   has     been
��� impossible to obtain  a  single eonvic-
��� tion.   the   authorities   are    convinced
| Fruit of
[AU
I Kinds
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C.
We Have
ALL KIND8 OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
thai the seventeen recent murders of
Russian travellers in Switzerland were
allotted to political motives.
Fifteen  of  the victims     were    men
who  stood   high  in   Russia   and   were
well-to-do,  and  some of    them    were
I
I aristocrats. Investigation convinced
the police that they were all in the
Russian secret service.
Terrified by the threats he has received the Russian consul at Geneva
has resigned his post nnd has left the
country.
The revolutionists make no secret
of their plan to use Switzerland a��
the base of operations against the
czar's government. Their decision
that the revolutionary campaign must
be conducted from some point outaide
Nicholas' realm marks the abandonment of their faith in Nicholas' manifesto pledging liberty of the press and
the .subjects, and promising other reforms which, had tbey actually been
put in operation, would have made it
possible for them to have carried on
their work in comparatively peaceful
methods in their own country.
Four revolutionary papers will be
���published in Switzerland and smuggled into Russia through secret channels.
These are no side
lines with us. We
are headquarters for
them. Whether you
wish to buy or sell
in    any    quantity
ome
to U
CALGARY WAS IMPRESSED BY
ROYAL CITY LACROSSE TEAM
CA.WELSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Abated Waters
Family trade ��� specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
I TRAVFIK AUCTIONEER and
J. IRAYCIVJ VALUATOR .  . .
All   business  in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale every  Friday morning
en the  Market square.
t-r       ADVERTISE       ���***��
-   N ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
CommenUng upon the lacrosse
game played .against Calgary on Aug.
11, the Herald says in Its lead of a
two column writeup:
"It was the finest bit of lacrosse
that will be seen in Calgary for many
a day, even If the local team was
beaten by a score of 6-2. The .New
We.-t minster lacrosse team, holders of
the Minto cup, recent vlctoiB of the
mighty Shamrocks, champions of the
world, came from St. Haul direct to
Calgary, dismounted from the train,
and only losing enough time to change
clothes and get their chattels out of
liond. came out to Victoria park and
beat the strong local team with a
good margin.
Jus: whal the coast team could do
to Calgary if it had been able to spend
a few .lays practicing and training on
ihe local Held is only conjectural what
th,- score would be. Calgary played a
harder, fiercer and more aggre.eive
game than they have been seen to
playe this year, but the visitors always held the lead, so whether they
let themselves ou1 to do it is not
known Once when Calgary scored
the first time there was a flurry in
ihe ranks of the. iv.1 welders of tin*
nets. They seemed for the moment
Bomewhal offended thai Calgary
Bhould dare to Bcore on them. Tho
Hurry lasted about one minute and
when it was over it'll Turnbull had
shot another tally through past Pow 11
and a  [ei. other Calgarians."
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC.
AT
Morey's
Columbia Street
WHALING RECORD
BROKEN LAST WEEK
Steamer St. Lawrence Arrives
at Kyoquot With 26
Leviathans.
THE  SAFETY   DEPOSIT   BOXES   OF
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST CO.
MAY   NOT   HOLD
THE MINTO CUP
But they will accommodate everything In the way of jewelry,
deeds, Insurance policies, birth and marriage certificates, etc., etc.,
both  for private Individuals and corporations.
Inspection  Invited
Westminster
Trust Building I
I I. HART
..anapo Director
Victoria, Aug.  16.���The  world's   re- i
cord for a week's catch by any coast
whaling station was broken last week
by  the Kyoquot    station,    to   which
twenty-six whales were taken by    the
I
steam whaler St. Lawrence.   The best
catch heretofore was  twenty-two,    a
record also made by the St. l_awrence. j
i The Kyoquot station has    taken    234 |
|whales since the season began.    Thel
I records   of   whaling  stations   on   the
i west   coast   of  Vancouver   island   are
; far in excess of catches of stations on
the eastern coast, according to advices
'received   by  the  coast   whalers fromi
the eusi.   The total catch of the three
Newfoundland stations    at    St.  Law-
j rence, Balena and Dublin Cove   is   a
little over a third  of iii,.  catch  ot   the
Kyoquot     station    alone.    The    three
eastern     stations     took    ninety-six
whales.
Fernie Relief Fund.
The   following additional    suhscrip-,
tions  towards   the   Fernie   relief  fund
���have  been  received  by   the  treasurer,'
Marshall Sinclair:
Merchandise.
[Barclaj   A_  Adams   $ 23.00
' Bryson Ai Sons     20.00 i
Kyle <S-  .Son           5.00 ]
Iaison __ Aune       ...00;
1 H.  Morey & Co     10.00 j
Belyea & Co     10.00
A. I.. Lavery        6.00;
Cash.
| Rurqultlani           2.00 i
Bank of Montreal        B0.00
Citizens' picnic committee ...    25.00
Rose lodge. S. O. ]���:. B. S.
H. o. Brown 	
George Mead  	
15.00
1.00
...00
tr       ADVERTISE      -��***
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
ii VOl1 War", a Situation.
Week-End    Specials    at
Collister s Big
Summer
��� __________________________________________________________________________________________^_____
mmBaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaa^^^^^SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS^^.
Clearance Sale
The month is nearly half gone, and many of the
special bargains have been picked up by those who
have investigated our offerings. You can not afford
to pass these special price reductions on our entire
stock.   The sale lasts during August.
We Offer Some Special Snaps
for This Week-End
Special Sale of 100 Dozen Towels 15c Ea*
An opportunity that, you do not have very often is offered ln this special clean up of our Immensi i nf
stock of towels.   This offering is worthy of consideration by hotels and boarding houses.
Brown Turkish, White Turkish. Linen
Damask and Huckaback towels, with or without colored borders and   sizes are   from   18x36   ���   _4x5.
inches.   Regular values 20c and _..c     St e our small show window.   Your choice, each   15c
Specials in
Ladies9
Cotton Hose
On Sale
15c Per Pair
Hosiery
l_adies" fine black hose, plain.
in sizes 8% to 10 inches.    Rei;a'
lar 20c,   Sale pi ice. per pair 15c
\Boys9 Heavy
i
i Ribbed Hose
Sale Price
Per Pair 25c
Fifteen    dozen     boju'    atra
. heavy, double kneed, ribbon cot-
I ton hose in sizes 7 to H  ���'  ;'
Known as   Hercules  ribl ������';   i'iJ
American  ribbed,    Regular 30c
and I'.'.c. Sale price, pei pah 25c
125 yards roller crash   50 pair $1.35 and $1,50
on sale        !      lace curtains
5c per yard on sale' 95c per pair
.egular   linen    roller   towelling Nottingham lace   curtain-,    v.ith
single border, 60 inches wide,;; and
with   red    border.    Regular    value   ,,,,,   y.,,..,,.    ,..,..,     R()fnilar    ..,.,..,,,
$1.35   ��nd    $1.50.     On    sale,    per
10c and l_V- On sale, per yard 5c 1 yard    g5C
15c art muslin
on sale
per yard 9c
:_!n  pieces of Ughl
colored art muslin, or. to  ���'���       '
wide;  bordered edges; suit     ���
long cur.tains or drapes    Rei   l
12''_c  and   15c.      Sale  price,  i��>r
.9'
yard 	
Special Clearance of Ladies' Summer Neckwear and Wash Belts During This Sale
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
-J We Close at 5:30
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