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 White, Shiles & Co.
,|RE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C
   White, Shiles & Co
'VIHoIoT^.   REAL ESTATE
������ -&0 Columbia St. Phone .SS
SflfiNLBflV
mm Of LACROSSE TEAM
' THANKS CITIZENS fOR RECEPTION
i .ti.r From C. A.  Welsh Expresses   Sentiment  of
Open LCII--1
Players  and Himself  Towards   Those   Who   Made
Their Home-Coming an Event Long to Be Remembered-Mayor   Keary   Praised.
' . an,as  are
oi   < itlzens
: whole hearted The  Immense concourse
;!,.   members gathered  al   Albert   Cresceni   to wel-
,.,    minster lacroaBe come home the hoys   was   indeed   a
... home    by    tbe tribute to be pro i.i of, and one which
on    Thursday will never be forgotten bj any of the
reused     the members   ol    the    team so   signally
_ irld    with    the honored.   We did not expect anything
���   .
....
I
���
*!,;���.:
'-���  u
remembered by me
1 ��� ���     '    i     i  |     lie method pi ��� *������
pn - in. |      to c, d. Peele for
;h" - tanci   given during the
trip.
AH   " '��� assisted   in    any
way In making our return to Westminster so pleasant and memorable, I
thank from the bottom of my heart.
C. A. WELSH,
Managi i Westminster Lacrosse Team.
FISHERMEN E
M" i-ibrar
his gem
toi   the   .:' ' ���
'     ' a in all
se,   we   extea.l
. *   is ali    tin
ause unexpected.
the teai
.  . Tom Gifford,  I
>:. , :" their con-
.   journej.    Theii
..:.  the ���.-.u.   w-ua | j. . .        ,   . ,   , ; ; .        L ,. ,  , ��� . . . - . ���, |  ( ., ���. , , ���. ���      j ��� ,-. -, , '   ;   ; , ���     ,
gentlemen.   The:: ������ ,,     _n>   . ��� nuwuiiig
iamon tion  ot   r* lshermeii���J.  P.  Bubcock  Comes
Severe Criticism, and Meeting Demands F
:a,.'     Theii ' -T) ���        ..   _    , .
ui*. 1 remier McBride Roundly Slated for Permittii
is
. ��� ���
homi    town.   The like such a demonstration on our re-
'[ .��� carried out In their turn, ami   because of its unexpected-
. [n the nature of a surprise  ness, ihe reception  was all the more
.,.,,  bad    not    expected  striking.
thing    ���     ipendous  and  all-em-      To H. Ryall, ftor his generous gift ot
ol :he hoys explained  lnK Mlnto cup Cl,, :l;1,lon committee,
It yesterday,   'We  knt'w   diat    there  ^-h,, engineered everything in connec-
,0jld   ���   ���      ���"���'��� '"" t0 meet u3' and, tion  with    our    welcome,    too  much
��e certainly expected a few    cheers,; praise cannot be given.   That their ef-
with maybe a few   firecracker*!,   but|forts were crowned with such .signal
the doinga al  Allien Crescent fairly ^ SUcce8B ls a fittlnp tribute to their unmade us gasp with surprise.   We were ] tlrinfi. ]ahor ln our hehalt
not prepared for thai at all." , cannot help thinking that  sufficl-
The feeliujes of all the members of j eIU praise has not been given to
He team an well expressed In the Mayor W. H. Keary for the part he J of criticism now. Anybody seemed
following open letter to the citizens .played in making the trip east, pos- able to get transportation at the beat westminstei given to the News _or.Bible. Had it not been for his flnan- ginning . for which the lacrosse men
publication by Manager C. A. Welsh*. ciaI assistance, the Minto cup would may suffer. Already the appropria.
To the Citizen., of N'ew Westminster.; not  now bc in tht, possession of the tion for then, has been lessened. Even
Personally and on behalf 0f the Westminster lacrosse club. To .Mr. j then the funds do not and may not
member, of the Westminster lacrosse ^ Keary I desire to extend my sincere! reach the level of the steamship pas-
team. I desire to express to you, one  thanks, and  to  assure  him  that   all  snge,     _.'---
and all, my heartfelt thanks Nir the the bojB appreciate, more than they ' Canada, as it stands, has not much
Splendid reception tendered the cham- can tell, the interest which he dl8-lto show for the money spent on th-e
fte of the world on their return played in our trip. To Mrs. Keary garnets and the criticisms are begln-
fron. their successful trip in the east,  also, for the part she played In Thurs-' ning  to come.
LACROSSE TEAM MAY
NOT GO TO ENGLAND
Ottawa, Aug. 14.���It te difficult to
tell i�� Canada will send an Olympic
lacrose team to England. The funds
are low In the Olympic treasury of
Cana la. Monej has been spent In
S riding all si.ri of odds and *nds to
Lngland, and it is .becoming a matter
pension Pending Investigation���Many Resolutions Scoring Provincial Administration
Are Unanimously Passed.
Persecu-
in  for
Sus-
Saskatchewan Election Results Show Returned Candidates Equally Divided
....     \ ,(.���   .       [i .. m.i���Last re-  dian lawyer, however,'found a seat in
centres    divides  l-u' nt-'w  constituency of  Duck   Lake,
where  there are  many French-speak-
ing settlers.
Of the ministers, Hon. W. R. Mother,
well was defeated.   Hon. Walter Scott,
[the premier,  was  returned at    Swiftlcenti
  ' Current.    J, A. C.alder's seat is still in   will
.- '   m  p ���
teats ��� lually, 20 Liberal; and 20 Pro-
..   . '  ��� v
:. ell     on Js       ; e   held later at
ii
Nine
doubt.
The ex-premier  of  the
by  automobiles,  are  scurrying  about
the citj  running in votei%3.
a large number of men entitled to
vols iii ihe city who are working outside the corporation limits, are buiug
broughl in.   This has been tha storm
f the campaign, and the result
in doubt until the last vote is
'counted.   If either party can catch the.
Northwest
soli.l  Herman  vote
walkover,
'������' ��� .:. . liters and Liberals claim I.
leu each, with two constituencies   to i
on     Kaultain had a very largo ;
of ward   one   it
but  if this  splits
:,..        Aug.   15 ���One     a.m
���    red  by each    party.    Bothl     -"e ������. .       ,
Territories  had  a   large  majority   in meana '*
'South  Qu'Appelle. ;,h" ���',"*"'sl is b0und *�� ^ c1*1'*
The tierces,  light of all  in  Regina,      Uu"  "urt*v "P"*"* confidence of
,   . where both sides counted on winning,  V,Ct0r>'' bW ,h"*'" ta "�� ���'OS8lbl" """"'
'    .' '': v;H'"'   McNa* gave a large majority to the sitting "�� whlch '" ���*-'1"1""1 *��* kin<3 *,f es,i'
retuni('1     ���'    Saskatoon     by    BmftU , ��M_i.��� male, oilier than the government held
"    '���   fifteen sea's  to  ten  in  the  last  house
���Ii-. Bradshaw    defi ited    Hon   A. and thai of those seats only the four
.i. .1. u  Lamont's successor In     Reglna, Saa., Aug. 14.���Polling com- j cities remain  practically    unchanged,
theatto .��� al's office,   The bye-jmenced at nine this morning and byjthough each has an addition of aiwut
la I    rear was    close,    and  the lirst hour a heavy vote   was   In. 150 per cent, new vote.    Some of the
Prince a; en City was expected    toi Every rig in town is chartered by one northern pells will not be known till
turn ovei    Tbe young French Cana-1 side or the other and these reinforced I tomorrow.
POLLING   YESTERDAY
A Vi ry important mei ting wa n
at the Eagles ball yesterday in connection with the Fraser river lis-h. I
to protest against the action of the
provincial government, and eepeciallj
its enforcement of the order-in-couu-
cll. Premier Richard McBride was
present, and ;.mong those present were
J. D, Taylor and Robert Jardine, candidates ror ihe Dominion House for
this constituency; T. Gifford, M. L. A.,
and .lohn Oliver, M. L. A, About forty
Lshernien and a few of ihe general
public were present. As will be seen
below, the proceedings were decidedly lively at times, and a��_ Mr. McBride
was facing a gathering almost hostile,
there was none of the applause whic.i
usually accompanies his speech. He
seemed fullj to realize this, and spoke
yi-gorqusly, without hesitating to inform the nun that the present regulations will he enforced to the letter.
After he left, a number of resolutions
oalling for the suspension of Inspector
.1. P. Babcock, and the superannuation
oi Captain Plttendrlgh, the magistrate
Who has heard the rases against the
fishermen, were unanimously passed.
John Kendall, the defendant who has
been several tunes convicted of
hie....,.'. of the regulations, Interrupted the speakers frequently, and told
them he would be going to jail today.
The tense feeling whicb prevailed
the meeting was the defeat of the lirst
nomination for chairman, T. Patterson
being elected to thai office.
Kendall asked Mr. McBride to uive
a guarantee before he left that day,
that the boat which was "tormenting"
the fishermen on the river should bo
taken off.  (Applause.)
iu i a Imlt thai the local government
had  lived  up to a desire to force tiie
attention ol Ottawa to the subject,
and had been productive ot much
good.
Bitter Againtt Government.
Several fishermen showed a desire
to ask questions. The chairman re-
marked that "You have simply taken
the tread out of our mouihs (hear,
hear),  and   the  discussion   turned   to
Injudicious.   The trouble seemed   to
��� 'tne when the regulations were  ;..k
in force by the provincial government
The executive were obliged to leave
tiie matter to their officials to carry
out,    and    here    in  Westminster the
situation was a strained one, with re-
gard  to  the  fishermen carrying   on
their   businesses   above    the    Fraser
ridge.    Mr. .1.  P,  Babcock  held that
"-bing above the river was harmful to
the Industry, and in consequence the I Bahcock's Influence on   the   govern-
governmenl had extended the regula-  ment   One speaker de-scribed the or-
tlon .lose season above    the   bridge,   ler-in-council as diabolical, and other
This   appeared   to   be   injurious   to i strong expressions were used,
fishermen  in the  Whonnock  district,] McBride Defends His Pet.
who complained that their rights were A statement that Babcock was
sacrificed. Thai last statement was working In the interest g of the can-
a. soluteiy without foundation. His nerymen, as opposed to the fishermen,
governmenl did not cater to any class, 'brought the premier to his feet again,
either fishermen or cannerymen, lt \ asking If the statement could he justi.
etood for equal rights for all. What fled ? "Statistics show lt," replied
they desired was to be just, fair and ' Kendall.
right The f,'.ict that the Dominion: Half a dozen rose to criticize Bab-
government had fallen closely in line ! cock, and the premier hud a warn
with  the policy  of the local govern- time defending his pet.   He admitted
the
was
ment on this matter pointed t
fact that the local governme-n
moving in the right direction.
The Recent Cases.
li was well known that certain proceedings had been taken in the courts,
and men had been penalised.   "Let us
.ynlerstand oue another In regard to
this  '.art of the question,"    he    continued, "as far as conditions will permit, and I want to say that there is
no desire on our part, or that of thi
Offlci ils   administering
these   penalties  shouh
lt was simply carrying out the law ol
British Columbia.    As leader ol    the
government  he must   say    thai    the
To Stimulate  Industry
���.     .���nV- ..���,... foat worthy of every respect and consider
The premier, who spoko verj   tas*.
and with conviction, said he was glad Il ''
to be at  that meeting called to pro
test, as he understood,    against
way In which the provincia
enforced on the river
Constituency
Liberal
Provincial  Rights
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election to be held later 	
George A. Scott (Claimed)  	
I). A. Fiulays.in (Claimed)  	
S. S. Simpson, about  100 majority.
J.  D.  Robertson   	
J. D. Stewart, about 130 majority ...
! Hon.  A.  Turgeon,   large  majority   ...
i George  Bell 	
! J. J.  Stevdnson   	
Dr.  J.  McNeil   	
J Dr. O. Neely 	
IT.  Sanderson   	
Ifl,   J.   lalltt.l   	
111. C.  I.islf 	
J. IL Qreen 	
J.  A.  Sheppaid   	
', Hon. J. A. Calder (In doubt)   	
C, Rosborougb 	
W.  H   Abbott   	
I A. S. Smith 	
j Hon. a. Turgeon 	
Andrew Knox 	
S. K. Johnson  	
��� Robinson 	
Ih. w. Lindsay 	
j KM Williams  	
lion. w. R. Motherwell 	
Ch Langley  	
G. En8 	
1 J. F. Bole, about 264 majority	
Robert  Siiiton   	
A.  P.  McNab, aout 6b8 majority
W. C. Sutherland   	
T. McNutt   	
John   Young   .-.	
Hon. Walter Scott, over 100 majority.
A. F. Totzke (Claimed)  	
Dr.  Mitchell   	
G. M. Atkinson 	
H. C. Pierce   	
T.   H. Garry,  about   150 majority
Rev. .1   11. Holt  	
\  Craig 	
H.  Hewer  	
: VV. Johnson  	
' I',   Mcl.e'llan   	
hi!. Tarcol',    	
1 H    Y,it'ilb".    	
Dr.   Mali,in   	
j W   Henrlch    	
I   i. Krammer (Independi nt) 	
(5. 11  Johnuon 	
J, A. Anderson, 75 majority 	
VV.   H.   Milos   	
j. Wellington, about 81   majority
H.  Dorrell   	
A. E. Whitemore  	
Dr.  Elliott   	
D. J. Wylie, about 200 majority 	
Dr.  Ellis, about 100 majority  	
j. E. Bradshaw, 186 majority  	
S. J. Donaldson  	
R. S. Dundas (Claimed)  	
A. B. Gillis. about 100 majority 	
H.   Wlllman   	
Hon. F. W. G. Haultain, large majority
J. A. Macdonald, large majority	
C. B. Evans (In doubt)   	
A.  It.  Stewart   	
.  ii. w. Laird 	
F. C. Tate, about 400 majority 	
.I   R. Wilson 	
iv L Summerfleld 	
A. EC, Thompson 	
A. Ridden, about 200 majority	
\V. (). Smyth   	
Dr. W. MacKfly 	
Q, llelshel	
Joseph  Mollis  	
Ft, ii. Nicholson 	
W. ^>   Dunlop
Returning to the subject of the
rej resentatlons made to Ottawa, the
the   premier   continued thai   he   hal   done
aw was  everything a man could be expected to
He understood ,'h' ,n order to eoopernte with the fed-
i ����� ....tea   that eral authorities,   He could not secure
too.  that  they  wished  to  make    tn.ii
the their  co-operation  nr  attention,    as
such an Important subject demanded,
At I im an international commi ..inn
was to be appointed. Dr. Davidson
ami Mr. Bastedo would come to adjust and settle mill ters such as in-
ln_|ternational waters,   traps,   hatcheries
and strengthen the
protest very emphatically,   it W8B
law of the province called in question j
and there was no disposition to harm
the   fishermen   of   the   Fraser   river.
or retard the industry. I
It was his policy, and the policy of |
iii.. enlleainies to  stimulate,    th
���'- .,,.,���,   ���( and generally tbe fishing indusivy wns
acquaint-  '�� receive attention at their   hands,
dustry
the fishermen. As personally
ed with the circumstances, personally
Intimate with the fishermen, and
the  subject  in   question  w-as  till'
forcement of the provincial laws
recognized the needs of the men,
wiished to come to a settlement,
.speaker passed on to refer to the ttmi
when the provincial government found
it necessary to Interfere because
was felt thai the fisheries of
as
en-
he
and
Tile'
that Babcock was described, in session, 'and out of session, as an "alien
adviser.''
Honest John on "Justice."
John Oliver, M. l.. A, for Delta, rn
the course of a lengthy speech, criticized the intolerable stale of affairs
seen that day In a supposed court of
justice. It was disgraceful. Two
men, for lnetanee. had been brought
up twice, only to find that they bad
provincial licenses. Kven then co^ts
the law lhat|w6re '1<', ^iv,'n In their favor Others
be inflicted." were oonv'ct8d without the defending
attorney having a chance to ask a
question, and the prosecuting attorney
himself, he alleged, dictated the words
which should go on record na the wit-
ni BSes' ���statements. It became so bad
thai the prosecuting lawyer was un
willing to go on without being pres ;-
ed, "You, Mr. Premier," said Mr.
Oliver, "are responsible for the doin;-e
of these courts." (Hear, hear and lo t
applause.)
Criticism of Executive.
Passing on to criticize the provincial executive at Victoria, he sai
they knew quite well that Mr. Bastedu
came In the nature of an ambassador.
The government endeavored to lay the
blame al Ottawa. As they knew it
rested with the Dominion to make
regulations, and those regulations pro-
When this reporl wns published, all I mulgatad by the province were   the
parties changed with the Jurisdiction
laws enacted in British Columbia were
I     '
���    led a
re pt'intev*   in   black-face typo
.11   a'eve
list.
it
llrilish
u both
satisfactory laws and regulations
would be passeei and enacted. He
though! ihai such an Important mal
ter would al length receive the attention it iitH'iveii from Ottawa. Mr
Bastedo bad vi Ited them sotAe months
ago, and called upon the cabinet ai
Victoria, but lie' was nol in a position
'ei treat, ml simply came to tti i)<..- a
but  i.i  no way   lo bind th.
Columbia had heen neglectei
,   i o,.... i  ..a,,, iiiuira- ���ro-iiort, hm ii no wu\ io bind the gon
Conservative'  and   Liberal   ailniiii. 'i.i ,,,,.,,
...   ....  it   _���__    staid   eminent     imtb lie and Mr. Fulton h��
lions at Ottawa. ,_nd a-s it  was   *"u"
that to move quickly might mean the
disturbance ol the  Industry, a modus
Vivendi was arrived aL Thai t"inpoi-
ary ivgi'cement was to last one year
That was seven years ago the bar
g,aln was made.    Yet the position to
made representations to Ottawa since,
bul whal he wanted them to remeia.
ber was thai the local government
bad been up and doing.
Stands to Guns.
"Whal l propone to tell this meat-
day between the provlicc and Domin- , ing H. thai the regulations wlll uot he
ion was far, fur from watlsfaotor/, H�� withdrawn." (Murmurs of i)1.h-*p-
wanted to tall them that he had done '.pro val.) He Intimated that he would
everything personally to come to som be prepareil to receive resolutions
agreement with the Ottawa ndininls-1 passed by them. Lea them pin their
trillion, and notwithstanding appeals,Iresolutions lu writing. There was
even'a personal lnter-dew with Sir'nothing be was mow sorry to hear
Wilfrid Laurier, then acting for Mr., than remarks and reports that he
I'refontatne, on the subject, he and j wni. trying to strike a foul blow at
his colleagues had not reached a de-it),,, fisheries of the Fraser. He was
finite understanding with Ottawa, j too true a Canadian and BritUh'Co-
whlch British Columbia wi�� certainly j iumblan to do that. He would carry
entitled to. Ottawa had turned a om ,the laws if it meant his defeat,
deaf car to hlm. jand destruction ns a public man. They
Mr. Babcock's Proposals. ��� had  a right to  put  their resolutions
Therefore as a province with a cer- ������ rt constitutional manner. (A voice:
lain amount of jurisdiction the cabinet \nd something more.) It was their
determined to enforce the provincial right to approach the administration
laws. There'was no objection, so far to obtain changes. They would carry
as the legislative house was concern- 0ut the laws ami power given th��*m by
ed, no voir* raised to say thai It wat?   the highest conn in the empire, They
work of the executive, and not of tho
legislature, and could be changed in
i  n minutes If they s" desired.    If the
blame lay at Ottawa was li a wine
thing to persecute BrltlBh Columbiana,
because the province was unable to
come io an agreemeni  with mtawii?
HOW   many   flsh  were  capt UH'd  ill    the
irwelve hours ot extra close Beason, He
ventured to say thej would make ua
I,",, mce to the flsheriea of B, C. H9
roprtJaented a number of those lishcr-
mi'ii. and he really believed mi* Bab-
cofk's motive was to close the river
l/tun the mouth. ("That's true.") HO
bell,.veil Babcock had behind him the
National .federation of Cannera. (Ap-
plauae.) BaboOCh did more harm at
lhe hatcheriea in three weeks, thun
ihose fishermen would do in three
yctra. (Hear, hour.) Ther��> was a
time ��h_n forbearance cnu.e<| to be a
virtue    (I/Otid cheers.)
Throws Out a Sop.
Mr   Mr Bride,  before leaving, prom-
1 Ised   If  thore  hud  been  a  failure    ot
[Justice, II  should be looked into.    As
he left Kendall shouted out:    "It is no
law. H Is a fake law."
After the premier left .1. D. Taylor
(Continued on Page Eight.)
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SATURDAY.   AUGUST   15
193|.
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This Is My 52nd Birthday
James Keir Hardie.
James Keir Hardie, 14. P. and ea prominent socialist labor leader
In England, who will shortly visit America, was born in Scotland,
August 15, 1856, the son of Scotch people. He began life as an errand boy and rivet heater in a machine shop wuen only eight years
old. In his ninth year, not being able to make "sufficient money to aid
the family exchequer, he left his position .md began work as a "donkey-boy" in a coal mine. At the age of 23 he emancipated himself
from the work in the mines by becoming secretary of the Miner's un"
ion, devoting his spare time to writing for newspapers. At the age
of twenty-five be began his career as a labor leader. In 1SS_ he tried
to become elected for Parliament, but was defeated Four yeans
later, however, he was elected by a large majority He was defeated
% again in 1895, but was elected again in 1900. He is now recognized
% as the leader of the Radical wing of the Labor Group in the British
g House of Commons and is considered one of the most powerful men
$    representing   the   labor classes in  England.
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STRIKE HIIS BECOME     LIFE LAST BY DELAY IN
TEST Of ENDIMNCE vancouverfibeyesterday
Both Sides Lay Claim to'
Having Better of Costly'
Argument���Japs at Work, j
Winnipeg, Aug. 14.���Nothing startling has developed so far in the mechanic's strike, which has resolved it-
sell* into an endurance test, the company endeavoring to fill up vacancies
with non-union labor, while the men
await what they claim must be the inevitable breakdown of the system when
engines begin to go to the bad after
the unskilled handling they say they
are receiving in the shops all through
���the  west.
A party of Japanese fiom Vancouver
arrived yesterday and were put to
work in the local shops, where they,
witji other strike-breakers, who now
include fifty from south of the boun.l-
:iry, are housed and fed.
The strikers have erected posts of
obsorvantion and keep continual tab
on what is going on. They claim the
yards are fast filling up with cars
needing repair. The company apparently appears to be handling the situation (successfully so far as Moose
.law. Calgary and intermediate divisional   points   are   concerned.
There are now T>2 Japanese employed In Winnipeg In the places of the
strikers, the additional number being
regular ;.oners who have been de-
tained In the city tor several days
io clean coaches There are 27 of
these and they are making their head-
carter   '  mp irarlly In the lai se basi -
at room of the depol sei apart for
migrants. Twenty-one cars were
ught to Winnipeg yesterday for re's- and the tracks set apart tor
cagi ei   cai i  are   filling   up.   Same?
;lni s have also been set apart for
���   >airs.
R.   Warrender   Remained   in   Burning
Rooming House Too Long After
Being Warned of Danger.
Vancouver, Aug. 11.���The rooming
house of Fred Stewart, at C_7 Westminster avenue, was partially destroyed by lire at 2 o'clock this morning,
and in the flames R. Warrender, aged
29, who came here three years ago
from Tunbridge Wells, England, lost
his   life.
The fire started in a shed at tbe
rear of the buiming and "spread very
rapidly. Mr. Stewart, as soon as he
discovered the fire personally alarmed
each roomer. Warrender, his brother
Bert and J. Xelson had rooms close
together .All three were rouaed .at the
same time Bert War *ender and Nelson rushed out, but R Warrender
stayed behind to put on his "shoes and
lost his life. Bert fell unconscious in
the hall and Nelson tumbled over him.
but picked himself up again and made
his way out Bert Warrender was
later picked up and carried out by Police Constal le Tisdall, He was burned.
bul not seriously.
The flamu_ wrecked all the rooms ar
the rear of the building and it required strenuous work on the part of
���he. firemen to save the rest of the
building.    The loss is about $1500
Spectators at the fire of whom there
were many despite the hour, are today
loud in their praise of the vork ol thi
firemen and policemen Several of the
firemen showed great bravery In enter.
Ing the building whi n it wis envelope I
in   flames.
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising th-? Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
amalgamated under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
President  	
General Manager .
 Sir D. H. McMillan, K. C. M. G.
 J. W. deC. O'Grady
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Branches throughout Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let us have your order for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay firs*,
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
P eicrienback
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RET|AIL
pUTCHERfl
COLUMBIA
STREET
|   Phone 101
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PKone 301
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��� The Season Has Arrived for You to
I Preserve Strawberries
Wanted -:��� lost -:- found
1 for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
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A/a ."��.>'��....... ."..���   ..'.... .'..v...'-
*r.,-.,.���. e",.--..-..-.,-..".."���-',.
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 third-class
engineer in city, or country preferred. 1'sed to all classes of work,
repairing and blacksmith work.
Box V . Dally News.
NEW    MAUSER   RIFLE
CARRIES'MAGAZINE
���RR1GATION   MEN
INSPECT  WHITE   CANAL
Vernon,  Aug.  III.���The delegates toi
_
thu Irrigation convention were driven
yesterday to Inspect the White Valley Irrigation company's dam at Cold-1
stream, where all were entertained at
lunch by Mr. Rlcardo. A number
have lefl for home, Including the chief
commissioner of lands and works, but
the inability remained to take the
trip ef Inspection down ihe- Okanagan
lake today, wiiich lasta until Saturday. The visiting delegates are delighted with the orchards of the district, which are now loaded with
fruit Last evening the delegates
were entertained al o banquet by the
citizens ol Vernon.
Oberndorf, Wurtemburg, Aug. 14.���
Paul Mauiser. thi   iged inventor of the
rifle bearing his name, has invented
a new military ri fl*-. the principal feature of.which is a twenty-flve shot au
tomatic cartridge feeder. The ride
may also be used as a single shot
piece, the bearer reloading after each
shot while the magazine of twenty-
five cartridges remains ready for an
emergency, The. new arm weighs but
a few ounces more than the rifle now
used in the German army
Schooner  is Seized.
Liverpool, \. 8, Ana. it.���The Gloucester, Mass., schooner Dictator, Captain II. Wilde, in under seizure here'
for putting to sen without reporting
at   Port Mouton as her |xirt of entry.
lift-:.   ':���������:���������"���   �� :���".,;.
��� ��� *��� ��.'..*���   ���'   > , ..._ .
FOR SALE: ��� Motor launch; well-
found and fust; seats fourt"en pas-
.-��� tigers. Apply to Motor , 3ox M.,
N'ew Westminster.
home.    Price $1500.00 cash, or gooei
terms would be considered. Settlers* ���
Association of B. C, opposite Wind-1
sor hotel. New Westminster, B. C
Japanese Employment Agency i
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    MeN^E-_EY   STS.,!
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   3.   C.
Phone   431. *>. C. Sot   835.
Notice
They are in fine condition, and are to be
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY
STOPvE than any other store in town.
Call   Us Up  and   Give   Us   Your  Order
|| TME
1 Public Supply Stores GEOprA0DpAMS
��� Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.   C.        Phone 92.
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A COOL) Japanese girl wants a posi
tion as house maid, washing, etc.
etc.    S. Hayashi,  Premier hotel.
.���.'ANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   musl    e    moderate;    neai
bridge preferred.   Apply Post Offi<
Box 732
FOR SA I.i:���First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
strict; must be sold this week, as
parties are leaving town.
WANTED ��� Two waitresses; apply
Kenny's restaurant. Columbia st:--
WANTED���Boy to learn clothing business; apply Westminster Clothing
company.
TO RENT���Furnished room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen; East
end, close to town. Apply W. K..
this office.
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Power company, Limited, has
this day deposited *.:i the Land Registry Office at the City ot" New West-
: minster, British Columbia, the plan
and   book of  reference of   the   West-j
! mlnster-Chilltwack Rail way Extension i
.from a -point at or near lots one and
two.   city block   four  in   the   City  of
. New Westminster, to A':>. otsfoi ! pass-
lng through tli' Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta, Langley. Matsqui and
the  townsite  of   Ahbotsford   In    the
; District of New Westminster, being
section one. two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this "th day of August, A, I).
1908.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for the  Vancouver  Power
Company Limited.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling- of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has neverbe
more apparent than at the present time.
���������   The -
POUND���Sorrel] horse came to my
premises liifa inst.; brand on right
hind hip, T. K. over O. E. Owner
can have same by paying expense's.
After expiration of notice will be
sold tO defray expenses. \. H. Mc-
Cauley, Yale Road, seven miles from
Westminster.
Scene from "Little Dolly Dimoles" at the Ooera House This Evening.
TO LET���Large furnished front bod-
room, near library, 287 Victoria St.
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY- I 'nder new manage ment,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with ill
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
WE are Instructed to offer for sale a
six roomed house ou Eighth street;
city water and electric light.. Price
$1460.00. 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' Assocla-
, t.ipn , .of It. ('., opposite Windsor
*   Hotel, New  Westminster,  n. c.
SUBURBAN home We have for
sale a nice little home in the suburbs of this city, five roomed house.
cellar, good well, three lots In garden, well cultivated fruit trees;
outbuildings consist, of Btahle,
woodshed, chicken-houses with convenient hack entrance This is
about seven minutes from th<> car
line and offers exceptional advantages to   anyone   seeking   a unlet
Department of Agriculture
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depo
INTEREST ADDED 4TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  il
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
.START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      F. ||.  LYLE��   Mgr.
COAL
Tenders    are    Invited   for  the pur
chase ot tb<- Qovernmenl   Quarantine!
Bteamer ���Earl." lying at the Quarantine Station at  William  Head,  British
Columbia.
The sale  will  be  made I >r cash.
The highest or an., tender will not
necessarily   be   accepted
Sealed tendPtts addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tenders
for Purchase of Steamer "Earl," will
be received at this office tip to Tuesday the- liith September, 1908, at. 12
o'clock  noon.
By onlcr.
A. L. jarvis, Secretary.
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,
7th August, 1908.
N.B'-*"Newspapers Inserting this advertisement, without authority from
the Department will not be paid for It.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   106.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� Kl IEST
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. and
Fifth Aventw
*
PHONE 37a
BOWBLL 4 ODDY, Proprietor*
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturtn and D.ai.r* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
T�����������M,M
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. flew Westminster |
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��T   15.  1908.     " f
TIIE DA i
-
PAGE Tl
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��S__M*
fetice to Contractors
. :.,:... sioners,
na or. the Trans-
vis:
From a poinl de-
lans of    the Oom-
oontachene,    in
Q ie  ee .   liltl.uS   miles
itment   of   the
. i  ;.   point  being on
��� ���;;   Districts  "C"
a distance    of
i late of completion,
���j".
Pr.un a point de-
..,-..- ol the Commis.   ~"  "'"
���ohaj is the current or a fair
-,    miles    we_t    ul
���  ���
In   the
te the
of
t he-
case of refusal i,i   lailnne on the par)
of the party W_lO_*e lender is ace    ���
to complete and erecnta    a oontrac.
with Lie said Cou va .-Moners,  an .
furnish   lie    B Idlt    i-"l   appWTt i d
curity within  ten   days  after  thi
-..   . :   thi     tender,    tbe
forfeited to the i
. .  . as liquidated damages foi
re and    all
.    .. ' quired bj ".'-������   ���������
. . on   tbi    en- ai 1     lei  Bha I be '
.     |   n," will,Th     ch   rues    deposited   bj    I
.   ,,; the , . . ��� ���  ti nders an  acci pt<"d will bi
anscontlnent-d  posited to the ( n lil ol  tha R-  eivei
until    twelve Genera] of Canada as part of the si
20th curltj   fur the  d ie  an .  faithful p<
���,,   ivork re- formance of thi    onl aci according: i
Hon,    in    ac-  Its termB.     Cheques    deposited    bj
...:,,   profiles and  parties  whose tenders   are    rejected
will be returned within  ten  days af-',
ter the signing of the contract.
Attention ls called to the following
clauses in the form of contract*.
"AH mechanics, laborers, or other
Iiersons who perform labor for the
purposes of the construction (ef the
works hereby contracted tor, shall be
paid such wages as are generally ac- '
cepted as ourrenl for competent workmen in the district in which the work
is being performed, nnd if there is
UO cnrren: rate In sum distrlcl, then
a fair and reasonable rata; ami, i&*
the event of a dispute arising as    to
ind fea- '
b. ii.ibi,- rate, it shall be determined by i
the Commissioners, whose decision���
shall be final."
"Tliis agreement la subject    to the I
regulations now    ln force,    or which
may at any time hereafter he in fore1
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made uneler the
authority of the Department of Labor, '���
or shall be, applicable j
to such  works."     (The    schedule    of
minimum   wages   determined  upon   by
ction for a distance   oi said Department will form part of the
about 104.24 miles Date of completion.,  contracl).
31st Decembei   19*0. "The contractor shall in connection
(4) Distrlcl   I.."-���From a point de-   with  the whole of the said work, as
iignated ac the plans of the Commie-! far as practicable, use only  material, I
sioners. .. ������ H urns miles west of the  machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
easterly boundary of District "B," in stock manufactured or   produced   In
tie Province of Ontr.rlo, easterly  to j Canada, provided the same can lie ob-
���:, i  of Fauquier  Bros.'  contract, | tained as cheaply, and  upon as good
north e'  Lake   Nepigon,  distance  of i terms, ln Canada as elsewhere, having
above 100 miles.   Date of completion,   regard to quality and price."
31st December, 1910. The contractor shall conform to the
(5) Districts  "E"  and "t'."���Fixani  fire regulations adopted  by the Com-
i poinl      Igaated on the plans of the ] missioners, and also to the laws and
mei -.  i* the western end of i regulations r<;sp<x.tinK fires In the dlf-
Fanquiei Bros." contract north of Lake Iterant provinces wherein the work is
Nepigon,   n the Province of Ontario, j tieing performed.
westerly  to a point at or near Dog I    The right ls reserved to reject any
i distance of about 12i_  miles.lor all tenders.
Date of completion,   1st   September,,    By order,
..10, P  K. RYAN.
16)   District "F."���Prom a point de- Secretary
lhe plans of the Commls- j The Commissioners ol th.'
iioners ai or near Dog Lake, in the!        Transcontinental Railway.
 .inn, to a point at or I OttaWa, 18th duly. 1908
.  . I   wi si of what ls known
Newspapers inserting this aflvertlse
ment    without    authority    from    the
Commissioners, will n<rt be juiid for it
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Heir nke.j* and easily s .
���ccA v\\h
>at__      -_S
CoW��
Cake Icing
cunaihk to m      NEWFOUNDLAND MODUS
.411 ���   OF HYKOUTH
VIVISD! I'OMll'DlD
Chocolate, Pink, While, 1 emon,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut
Orange,
Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PCS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
x   >1 KL
Province
end    uf
I ��� ���
imi ... Iflc    Railway    Com-]
B  distance  of about ;
U07 miji     .'.*��� of completion, Slat
�����,,..     . I10.��
,31    Distrl *���-    D"  and  ���KJ���truui'
. point ... signated on the plans of the;
elng at the western | acfl whlcn are
,,: 0f Fauquier Bros.'    Abitibi    contract, ia the Province of Ontario, in a
TS
PURE POWDERED
Kr��_r  for V��. In Ao�� Quantity.
For making SOAP, ���nfunlng water, rrmeiv
lng , ..I paint. ..i.in.tat ng ���ink*. cloMta
��� nj .lo'ei. and for rnan> other purpoaca.
K can Ca|e..uU 20 pound.. ���.*! Soda.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
��.W. GILLETTE
COMPANY
MIT ID
TORONTO.OMT.
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Actlnc  i.enr-rai  Msie i
New  Weslminstei   B.C., Aug, <.. U.0.
-.'     (",. 'fnstewn     Is to    Be
I* ���   Big Liners Again
ard Sti
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to confir
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.MM. SEEK TO ASSIST
fARMtH_ TO MOVE tiR.ll:.
r.OFESSIONAL.
A.
WHEALLER, UARR1STKR, Solicitor, etc., 4.! I_orne Street,
opposite Court House, New Westmin
.ter.    Phone 141!.
w
HITESIDE & EDMOa'.'DS. Barristers aud solicitors, BlacKle Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. .1   Whiteside, H. I.. Edmonds.
M
VKTIN &   McQUARRIE, HARRIS-
ters. solicitors, etc. Offices, Ne*��
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornei
Clarkson and ixime streets.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
No
connection   with
combine.
any
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
<r-Bt
J I
u Penh   ... Crossing, by alternative :
��� slio.vn on the plans, a -flls-
."  j ' 76   miles    by    the
;������   and 24.13 miles by the j
southerlj  roufa    and the selection of;
������ routi  to   ,        the option of the',
1 - ,  11 .-.��� ol  i omplei Ian,
1909,
iftle3   and   spi clficattons
���   be office of the Chief
the   Commlsi loners   at
.-   the offices of the f<��l
1   rici   Engineers, viz;   Jt>hii
���   ���     .ctlng Bt. trlcl Engineer, North,
���""    Om    I. s   Armstrong, Nepigon,
"''     'ul 3, it   Poulin, st. Bonifaoa,
H i
'   ' .���   ti:. :������:;!';���   are notified that
considered unless
and on the printed
" Commissioners.
���   :; isi be Bubmlt-
e il  bi   in anj   B.iy
be clas ilflcatlon
lion given by any
lhe Commission
.ui;.  tea-
. i ������ ,i   careful
plan i, profiles,
ml :��� ad
ti ' an I full) In-
��� ���  the  quantity
.    nd char-
,' required;  and
iceept and agree to
,r.,i eondiUons
���  specifications,
" the form of tender,
'     ie signed and
������ i to the tender.
' wi      lecompanled h>
lui   "ii   a   chartered
Jon ol Canada, pay-
ol   he commission.
'        tinenta]  Hallway,
..,.���:.,,..,
JI
For 8^  ..
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IORQE E. MARTIN. Barrlsteir ami
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
la and VlcKonzle streets. New West
.duster.  B. C.
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A 377.
w
corner
streets,
\  HANSFORD.    Harrlster
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Columbia     and      McKenzie
N��.w Westminster. B. C,
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
UBEnpiR
HUBfROlD
v
ROOFING
Standard for
15 Years.
"THE GRAND OLD P00FIH&
For Your Barn*.
For Your Outbuildings.
For Your Poultry-l'i..!.e38.
���For Your Roaldoncc.
Msele in  three   pemianeni  colon
GRAY) Kl D, BROW .*>    Contsim
no 'nr; will not melt.    *��� ootaini no ��
paper; will noi roi    Will noi catch
V p.rr from iparkt,    A  ��� I ind) n   i
c.n a; i ly it    Sei d Ioi -..   j*lei and   -
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Hardware, Etc.     Columbia Street
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Scientific American.
A heu-J^MnalT ��lliwtr��t<_l wi*_ly. Lurei*. at-
nilaiiun '>f any nrt��ntlf__ 5oeini_l. 'i'ern.B lof
CaiiaUA. *.7!> a J*��r, |Mat_HN paapatd. fold B��
all iio*��.lfal*im.
MUNN RCow'^^New York
Bran'h o_U. a. ��B F Bt, Waabliigtcm. U. C.
WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackman ft Ker*. wharf
N'ew Wgitmln ter, al 3 i>tn daily
excepi Saturdays, for Bunhury,
Woodwards, Uadm r, Porl Qulchon,
Weslham Island, Steveston and til!
Intermediate po nts, i an ylng passengers  und  Ughl   freight,
Returning leaves steveston al fi
u.iri. mid I.miner 7 a.m., arriving ill
New Westminster 9 30 mm daily
excepi  Saturdays
Saturdays  leave Steveston al  tt
.i in  fuel I p.m  for up river points
Saturdays leave New Westminster
at  u  p.m.
Tirl.e.ts.  rate. . etc.,  at
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.
260 Columbia street, or on board,
.1.  C.   BRUCE,
Would  Issue Bank Notes in Excess of
Paid-up Capital   Stock   for  Next
Few Months.
Ottawa. Aug. 14���lt is understood
I the Canadian Bankers' association
submitted a proposition to the
Dominion government with Ok- objtlci
of providing -sufficient fund-, to handle
the crops, boside. providing for or-
dinar) commercial requirements, The
privilege of  l��ssuelng   bank   notes   lu
11 xcess of tiro paid-up capital _tock for
a period ot three of four month.. <l��r-
|ing the time when the largest volume
of grain moves to the seaboard, is
sought, .(-cording io the banking
act, banks are not permitted to Issue
I notes beyond th<> limit ,.f their paid-
up capital    Any Infringement of "bis
| rule makes thetoe corporations liable
' to hpftvy penalties, lt Is olalm<*.l that
the measures taken by Hon Mr Field
Ing to assist the hanks last fall by
placing certain Dominion funds at
their disposal did not prove satisfactory.
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.       . ���...     cont Inulng   the
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While tl luu vlvi ndl  is cdu
 the third time, arl itratlou
il still pending  and will continue io
bi    ending until the Americans have
l  red   their plans  tor securing  a
:  \.ire  |i   verdict, on an issue not ol
i fact bm  of reasonableness    English
men may well reflect whether the ve
; Hef from the burden of armaments
or the worrying problem of lmppriiol
| partnership may not be bought at too
j costly a sacrifice of normal id<"*as."
The "Times,'' in an editorial,   com
me.nting on the fact that   the modUS
i vivtatdl   was  concluded   with    New
, foundkand's   consent     and     approve.!.
j says:
Happily   a   renewal   of  the  unfortunate  conflict   between  the  Imperial
[Government and the Colohy haa beeh
I avoided, even  In appearance     u the
present   governmenl  las nol   always
.shown tai*t in dealing wi'.h tbe affairs
of the self-governing colonics in- this
j instance u appeam tohave acted with
dlgttltj   nn.l   ln   a   conciliatory   spirit,
and  has  now  happily  reaped the  re
Ward   of   its  patience '
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BRUMS Ul THKKtD
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This Date in History
IMPERIAL
LOUR
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1706-
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1802
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1807
1884
1893
l!iu7
AUGUST   15.
Behrlng, the navi'gator, dlscoV'
ered Easl Cape,
Napoloou Bonaparte was born
Died May 5, 1821.
Sir Walter Boott, novelist, born.
Died September 21. 1832.
Bonaparte Invented  tvlth yower
in nominate his successor as
ruler of Stance.
Work begun on the first public
road  between    Geotgta    and
Tennessee,
Francois Jules Paul Qrevy, President   Of   France,   born    Hied
September 9,  1891.
Vlme,   Pattl   sued   for    divorce
from  Marquis  de Cmi .
The   Behrlng   atea    arbltrrttlOti
award wi.*- delivered
losi ph Joachim, the celebrated
violinist, died.    Horn   1831.
New   York,  Aug.   14.��� Having added
another million to nis cotton  profits,
lease  E.  Livertnore, ihe    boy speculator' is laughing in Wall Btreel today.
Llverinore, who was believed to Ire
itrying to corner the market, tricked
the older br.okers on the exchange by
, see sawln"  and  reaped a  rich har-
vi si      The  million   dollar  coup   wa
made by  the young speculator We;.
le-Miiy. but it was not discovered Ui
ill)  today. Tlore was a BUppdaed be .
' mid  Wednesday and it was be_i*sv
'that  I-ivermore's opponents  were ti
.ing to 1. reuk him.    The brokers foui '
OUI today that the raid ' Was the yon
ninn  unloading his own cotton.
THE  LADS THAT   PLACED.
The neal versifloetlon appended ap-
pears lu tine Empress Theater Herald,
and is the offspring of Mr. J. Kuvh
tirosnon, of the theater .tatf:
���; i aing your banners to ihe hrei
Settled at Last. Toss your hats Into thi  'air, sir;
���..,.,.    i :    The  llq '; :������   on   ��� P : *' il;'v" W0T) ,llf> day'
��� i i  p mam i
��e,, Koi        ���     ice  i^^5'.
pi i toda .  ��� hen tbe Civil Trl   ���
of  the *e\r\" authorised a la*   ������
, merit lo creditors of one  .      ���      :*'n I
Is&ued s  decree of   Hscbat
won ii tali    nd square, sir.
thought ibey knew
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. '*'-*' Westminster. Tslsphont 333.
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180,000
160,000
200,000
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tender is accept.
la   i after the
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'      ons, and other
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Regular sailings  between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond. Haney, Ungley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and   freight.
Leaves Brackman & Ker wharf,
.New Westminster. Tuesdayi, Thursdays and  Saturday  at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and  particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8.   C.
R   WHITMORF. Secretary.
Bank of Montreal
E9TABU8HBD 1817. a
CAPITAL ��� .|14,*>O0,OOO.0P
RESERVE       ��11,000,000.00
��� rsnehss throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spoaane, U.8.A., and Meiico City. A General Banking Business TraMact-*.
Lttters of Credit issued, available witl coneapondenta in all parts ot the
World.
Savings lank Dapartm,nt V**"1** t******* in sums ot $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 par cant. j>*t annum (present rate) adde<I
four tlmae a year.
Total Assets orer |l��8.000.000j��. \   \
T^W WBBTMIN8TBB fllUNCH. Q. D. BRTMNHR. Mansger
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our enStorners (a professional man) when we de-
llvered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PUCE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
'Shamrocki
.��� game,
ong they'd  been I " s, -sir;
The  Royals" ed    post
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In the w '.'   |"". play lacrosse, sir
The Baste  i   eha nps" declared they'd
win,
\nd dnl the  tnat they could, air;
p.r.i ihe Minto Mui. will grace tbe shelf
In a. city way out west, sir.
Old Alex. Turnbull -set the pace,
The points were earned and played,
sir;
Ami Bryson easily found the net,
Km- this we daily prayed, sir.
It's proud we aro Of the "Royal" lads,
Who won the two ureal games, sir;
I j For twelve to seven wns the sccrre,
In truth It  was a shame, Bir.
Come on you lovers of the sport,
We'll he at home next  year, sir;
And by the record they have made,
The fact, must be quite plain, sir.
| So when you visit us at home,
Prepare to dine and ��up, eir;
i But you'll ne'er take hack to   Montreal,
Tyord Mlnto'a silTar cap, ntr.
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SATURDAY.
AUGUST   15
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Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at then-
office**, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
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SATURDAY.  AUGUST  15,  1908.
"Thirty feet tu the gulf."
PROVINCIAL  FISHERY  FIASCO.
 ad _
deuce yesterday at   the
meeting that the meddlesome fisheries
regulations of the Provincial Govern-
I
dreds of fi_.hern.en rich. There is
nothing this man has touched or
directed successfully except drawing
his salary and hypnotizing Mr.
Bowser.
Why   the  Attorney-General    should!
��� '.:  'o worry and harrass the work ,
ini.' man is inconceivable.    Why    not
.   ite a case, and get a judgment   in. J
which the Province of British Colum- bris
,,ia i._ "specifically named, if the ve
clear ju>lgment delivered in a similar
11 tatlon affecting the older provinces
I is not clear and definite enough    for
Mr.  Bowser to grasp.    One thing    is
M A RKE T* *
REPORT
There v. as a large attendance at th
weekly market  yesterday.    The  auction  sales of cattle and horses    were
ar. i -i"Ki i'lisinetss done. Amon-
the sales were a team of bay.; $ . >,
and another similar team $350. The
milking cows Bold at prices ranging
from $-'' to $50.    A team of working
broiler- a^ain changed hands at fair '
prices. Ducks were not so plentiful,!
and the demand in consequence *���* ts
good for well-grown birds. There was \
again a very large offering of fresh '���
yegetables Onlj thoroughly ripened]
potato^- found a market at $1S a ton. j
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RUBBER S1ANIPS
N*>   morj   n-*i   of   sendln3    your]
orders to "The other side."    You can;
now get the best rubber stamps, made,
sue   the fishermen  have    a    concise,, oxen sold at $*2.    There was   *i good  of good gum rubber, on    latest    Im-
I clear, concrete grievance  against thelSUpply of beef, mutton, lamb and veal, proved machinery, by expert workmen,
j persecution by  the Conservative Gov- ] an(J [he deman(i continued good. Pork and
j ernment, and its courts, and the nbso- j ^ . q^  % moderate offering.      Fish       MADE   IN   LAN AD A
Premier McBride had sufficient evi-   lute disregard of all established   rules . ��� quotations.   The sup-      Mail  orders filled  �����  cay  as re- '
fi-he.men's':��. court practice which equals Russia  nBlu dL * Miu-d
fishermen s , ^ ^  ^.^  abandonment tQ crue,   ply of eggs    was    satisfactory,    and ��lved
oppression.   No wonder that, the meet-] wholesale ruled at from 33c to 35c a  A.    G.    BAGLEY     &     SONS
dozen.    Offerings of fowls and  chick-        ^Q Hastings street, Vancouver.
en.,  were equal  to the demand,    and   , ^ ^^ ^ fcM|r s.amp,"
 ^^ Jng yesterday was so   unanimous   in
ment had mads life a burden for the .handing to the Premier its condemnation for the miserable weak-kneed
meddling which is robbing the willing
fishermen   of   his  right,   and   without
���n ..idem fishermen above the Westminster bridge. As a lawyer.
Attorney -Gener_.l-.Minister-of-Kisheri_is
Bowser knows that with respect to
th.. regulation of the fisheries of the
Province has no control. It seems
necessary to teach this fighting member of the ministry thai there ba .i
limit to the powers of the Province,
but one never supposes for one mo-
men: that the legal light Is so .lens''
as to ignore the judgment of the
Privy Council on this very question.
Then why does the Government ap-
point officials to harrass the lionets*
working man ?
There is only one answer and that
is that the ministry is bound hand and
foot, to the Cannery Combine and is
dictated to by its creature Mr. Babcock. The Premier or Minister of
fisheries dare not dismiSB this man
Babcock because he may squeal and
there would be a sudden and abrupt
descent and scramble to cover. The
fishermen realizing that there is no
hope of the fisheries on the Fraser
River being sanely administered so
long as the Imported Mr. Babcock has
his fingers in the pie. There can be no
question that this American importation will continue his policy of curtailment of the fisherman's privileges
until the Fraser River is nothing but
a breeding ground to supply the
American and Canadian traps.
Thai Mr. Babcock _s as ignorant of
t.he habits of the sockeye. as the
Hindu i- of thi' manufacture of butter,
is evidenced by the total failure of
his predictions in reference to the
run. an i the killing of enough salmon
the slightest attempt being made t'i
ue; a final judgment from the higher
courts of the realm. Premier Mc-
Bride put in such an uncomfoi* i
time that he finally told his hostile
hearers "that thc Provincial regula-
tion? would be enforced lo the letter."
This only emphasized the fact lhat
Mi. McBride and his Cabinet care
nothing for the want and suffering
these regulations entail upon the
fishermen, their wives and children,
so long as the Government can make
good, and deliver the fisheries over to
ins masters.
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j HOUSE OF QUALITY I
| Special for Today j
I Linen Hats j
\ meeting of the Liberals of Westminster and
district wiil be held in Hardman's Hall, McKenzie
.street, on the evening of
Thursday,   August   20
Several prominent outside speakers will addi
the electors.
ORCHESTRA   IN ATTENDANCE
\V. W. B.   Mclnnes��� Robert  Jardine
J
The resolution passed at the fish ���:-
men's  meeting yesterday  asking that
| Captain   Pittendrigh   be     retired     by!
superannuation fin account of his age
and feebleness has not come too soon, j
For a long time the gallant captain
has heroically tried to fill the position
of Stipendiary  Magistrate.    When  in
full possession of all his faculties ha j
took  in  the case quickly and handed
out justice tempered with mercy, but j
latterly it has been seen that counsel
has perforce  to  assist  him    in    the
discharge of his duty.    He has faith-j
fully  filled  the    position    for    many
years, and now at eventide he is   entitle 1 to every consideration   at   the I
hands cf the Government who should
be  liberal  in   Its   superannuation   allowance when his long service, is con-
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SEE OUR WINDOW
I J. Eugene Brown & Co. j
"Thirty feet to the gulf.
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CLOTHIERS      HABERDASHERS
P.   S.- Get One  of   Our   Latesi   Ties
Tenders Wanted
Tenders are Invited from contractors up to 2 p.m., the
1 .ih of August, 1908, for the erection
and completion of three isolation buildings for the Board of Managers i f th
Royal Columbian hospital. Tenders
are to be addressed to \V. H Keary,
secretary pi hospital board, and envelopes to bu suporsorlbod, **Tendi_..
for Isolation Bui! lings"; also tenders
are invited from plumbing firms
for certain trapping and venting
of the sewers of the Royal Colum-
! bian hospital up to the above mentioned dale, and addressed as above
; to W. II. Keary, Esq.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
Plans and specifications can be
seen at my office in the Guichon
block.
EDWIN G   W. s.UT.
Architect
NOTICE
Notice to Contr<__:_i,
Tenders are Invited
of Queens Avenue,, M. th   .
for the erection an I coi a
addition to Queens Avenui
Church,    New   We/uiiiu-..
to be addressed   to   JOHN   \. lee,
Xew Westminster, &__��! _������������
der   for   Queen..     Avenue     Mi
I Church.''
Lowest  or any   tender    no
sarily accepted,
Tenders to be In   in oi
i 15th, 1908.
Plans   and   speclflcatlo
j seen at John A. Lee's  P irnll
; poriuni
HOOPER & W VTKINS
Vl
JOHN A. LEE,
Seen tar   of Cot
Run Your Eye Over the List of Prices
r o  r
NONE BETTER THAN
,-. THi: ^^
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WE ARE
SPECIAL AGENTS
AT JOHNSTON'S BIG SHOE HOUSE, LIMITED
Children's Button Hoots, sizes 3 to T; the regular Jl.ou kind for ..65c
Children's   White Canvas  Oxfords, size's :: to 7; the regular $1.25 kind
for 70c
Children's Black Slippers, siz". 3 to 7; the regular $1.25 kind for .70c
Children's Tan two-strap and Oxfords, size's :: to 7; the regular $'..7.
kind tor 	
75c
Children's Slipper., and Oxfords, In  black and tan;   the  regular $' 75
and $2.00 kind tor  $1*25
Mteses' Tan four-strap Slippers; tha regular $1.75 kind tor $1-00
Ladles' $4.50 Patenl  Leather American-made Oxfords for  53-50
Ladies'$5.00 Patenl Leather Cross American-made Pumps, tor .$3.50
Ladles'  $3.00  McPherson   mil-"  ['Jack Oxfords for   $2.00
Ladles'  .$2.i)ii  White  Canvas Oxfords   for    *J*1'*'^
Ladies' $3.00 Blue and Pink fine Canvas Oxfords, for   *22^
Ladles' $3.50 High Top Lace BootB, American made, for $2.50 and $2.76
Ladle*' $4.50 Tan Oxfords, American made, for. a pair $30:)
Me :' .  $*i..''')  Canvas  Hoots for *1*50
 $1.00
 $2.25
Ui  i . $2 00 Canvas Shoes tor. ..
Man's  $3.00  Working  Roots  for.
._��� M, d_~_~-._~   C^rSalc       PRICES    ON WHICH WE  DEFY COMPETITION    BY   ANY
Merc Are aome specials��� other shoe store in ca. ada
i   Our Line of Men's "Newark," an American Tan Shoe in    button   and
lace, very stylish, always sold    for $7,.fid    and    $6.60,    Saturday
.$3.50
price 	
Men's "Walkover" Tan  Button Oxfords;     our     regular     $(',.00     shoe
 $3.95
f oi-
Men's  Patent  Leather  Blucher Cut  Boots,  made    by    Mel  on,    of
Hamilton; none better to wear.   Saturday price    $5.00
Any Pair of Geo. A. Slater's Boots, selling tomorrow for $4.50
Boys' Canvas Shoes for 75c
There ls a discount on any shoe in the store, no matter    what    you
a*.k for.
This  Great Shoe Sale Is Proving a Record Breaker
We'll have extra salesmen on tomorrow in antipication ofthe greatest day's business this store has ever seen.
Prices and reliable goods being to a great extent responsible for same.
Johnston s Big Shoe House, Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot - - New Westminster, B. C.
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C/i ildren 's
um_rersr^',:.��_i__P3
IVas/i Dresses
^AjantJ__K_r'-^*^'^ia3_C..L-^i-.��*;i
Printed Lawn and Gingham
IV1
n iv>.  sk\.  pin .. 01   red with �� ,
\ n to Bve ! i at ������
$Qc
Clearing Boys'Blouses at 50c
...  md all white j alal i a or _*tln   .        d-1 p -a-   i ��� ��� I .
:, l collar.    You would pay as much ror making I
ind ime,. 11iv. ���
Foi    quirk
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Hundreds  of Snow
aist
White
half
U/svtfof o   t() be unloaded at an average o1
VVUlbZS   priCe.    The  balance of our reserve
stock placed on the quirk  sale tables,  and  prices
lowered for bigger business.
One Tabli   ($1.50 to $1.76 value-,  al  	
��� !     I to $2.50 traluea al        '    ���������
��� Te     of J   "���' to : I 50 value- at   	
BETTER  QUALITIES  REDUCED  IN   PROPORTION.
fl (in
$1 50
$ l.OO
Importers* Samples
"' : . a I   and feelers of black and colored Bilks, lines' qualii
tin trills, dross trimmings and millinery on sale at, each
: ���  '    i0 pel
mi. useful
2'.-.
Another Great Hosiery
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termediatps at Mission on Labor Day,
a handsome pup helns; put up as a
trophy for thp winners. Transportation and hotel expenses will he paid
by the Mission City celebration committee, this being guaranteed by !>���
MacKay, the secretary. The Mission
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(hem  was  not completed  tftftd OH _8& day Of duly, and that we
have IHft day from their Oeieral A.^nt. A   \V   M<l.'od, *receivod
their cheek for $ 175.00, the full amount of our claim.    This helnp
thp sppond loss we have sustained  since  the  policy  was _88U   I
and we hake this method of publicly thankim; them for tho prompt
manner in which they have settled both of our claims.
WESTMI.VSTER TRANSFER CO.,
(Signed)   F. E. Cameron, Manager.
Thla Is the way we settle all our claims, and our rates for flre.
live Stock nnd every other kind of insurance are the same.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
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J?*!
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.   AUGUST  ,g
1908
RAIN WORTH MILLIONS
FALLS ON PRAIRIES
Oat Crop Is Saved by Timely
Precipitation - Wheat Also
Benefitted.
Winnipeg,   A Si     Ij
th  millions oi   I dlars to western
fa mere, fell during the  last  twenty-*
hour_  through the gre ���*��� .1    ari
oi southern an I ci .. ral Sas ��� an
and Manitoba, and should ove a potent factor In savin-; thi i ai crop;
which has been seriously affected by
. ontinuouH droughts Prol ably the
. iin added two or three bushels an
acre to much of the spring wheat crop
which was not too far advanced to
benefit.
It is only on light lands, where cultivation   is   poor,   that   spring   wheat
Bhowed th/ full effects of 'he drought
by ripening in  the straw  before the'
ear was matured.   Heavy precipitation!
will  fatten out  the berries  in  wheat j
not due for cutting for a week or more.
But its most salutorv effect will be
on the oat crop, which in many parte
looked like the biggest failure in seV-
��� ral years. The oats had not got a suf-
Hcient start to weather successfully'
the four week's drought and blistering
heat and consequently headed out with
straw so short at. to make it very difficult to cuT, while the grain is un-i
developed and starved. Plentiful rain-1
fall will give the crop another start,
and should bring the general oat average up to a respectable total, if not
up to the average of the past decade.
Without the rain the oat crop must
have been a sad failure
ARE YOUR EYES *
Troubling You ?
If sc. come and have them ex-
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All wor.
guaranteed.
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SERVICES
Lemon Kali
Fresh from the Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
At Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
(Contributions for this column must
be left at the office of the News before
9 p.m- on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this colum*.
Indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
party.)
Sunday, August 16.
QUEE.VS AVENUE METHODIST���
Rey. W. H. Barraclough, C.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30
p.m. Re'v. E. \v. Stapleford, B.A..
B.D., of Fairview. Vancfever, wiil
pn ich both mornint; and <%ning.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. The pastor will preach
in the morning on "Thomas' Confession of Faith.*' Evening, "The' Kingdom of God; Where lt Is and How
,It Come*.."
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. S-r-
vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meeting
on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
I No subjects received.)
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev   J.  S.   Henderson,    pastor.    Services 11 a.m. and 7 p m.
No subject,   received.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.
No  subjects   received.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
L. Thomas, pastor. Services at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.
No  subjects   i'i! ived.
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. B. A.
Sand, pastor.
N'o subjects  received.
HOLY TRINITY- Celeoratlon ofthe
Holy Communion S a.m., Matins,
Litany and sermon 11 a.m. Even-song
_md sermon 7 p.m.
No   subjects   received.
THE CITY MISSION will conduit
services at their hall ou Eight street
Just a few doors above. Columbia
street, Sunday afternoon at 11 o'clock,
i'nd at 7:30 p.m., also on the street
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
COLLINOWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.1
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, H.
"VV. W. Bromwlch. East Burnaby. Services as follows: Easl Burnaby. Sunday school at two o'clock; praaching
service at '. p.m.; young people's service at 7:30 p.m.; Thursday, pi a yer
service at 8 p.m. West Burnaby.
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30. Subject for tomorrow: *Shnll
We Know Our Friend,  in Heaven?'
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.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have tor the coming season a very complete lino of
NURSERY   STOCK
.Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where yen are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting 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.
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PAGE EIGHT.     ��*\
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.   AUGUST i8
! "Qcan Cut"!
V FISHERMEN ENTER
EMPHATIC PROTEST
(Continued tioin Page Uni...
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
���never a suspicion of grittiness���
you taste the piquant savour���the
crystal melts unconciously.
1S4
That's Our Brand
iSaws
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I Chisels
1 Hammers
���
I Axes, Etc.
w
i
disc"i__>-el the situation, and suggested
that  they   should  aak   for    Babcock'a
removal.    His advice   had    fuile !     in
every particular, as the speaker   ex-
plaine I.
'*.', T. Cooksley, who from this time
.:   ook an Important part In the de-
. led several important clause..
io  tht   resolutions drafted    by    Mr.
....... ni. advice that.   Babcock  be
.. >ved from office, or at least sut_-
pended pending the result of an in-
.��� stig it'.' n. being received with a liber.:; measure ol approval on the part
oi the fishermen, whose eagerrless to
- . the ist of their American enemj
was plainly evidenced, in the course J
of his remarks, Mr. Cooksley plainly
showed that Babcock was utterly incompetent I" hold the lii__h position in
which he had beeu placed by the .Mc-
Uride government, and in which he
was held against the wishes of the
ie   who were made fo suffer be
***** ���>**>>* ****************
| ^ ���
\ Fruit of I
I
All
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���9
I Kind;
���
Any of
"Clean Cut'
hv us.
our   tools   bearing
are fully guaranteed
���, people
��� I cause of the regulations passed uiwu
2 his advice and put into force
it  the
cout of considerable loss of time and
���
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These are no side
lines with us. We
are headquarters for
them. Whether you
wish to buy or sell
in    any    quantity
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
-.     DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block. New Westminster.
| money to the Fraser river fishermen.
Others who took part in the discus-
j simis  were J. Kendall,  Mr. Smith, of
Port Kells, und Mr. Mackie.
The remainder of the meeting w.as
spent  in drafting resolutions    calling
on  the    provincial    government    for
change in officials, and other amendments to regulations.    All the resolutions w..re carried unanimously.
Suspension  Required.
J.  D. Taylor  drafted  tne following
resolution, which was moved and sec- ]
onded by D. H. Fry and S. Williams
respectively,   two   fishermen:    "T.iat
this  meeting  invites the attention of
the government to the nature of the
advice tendered by Mr. J. P.Babcock
in connection with the proposed closing of the Fraser river to all &oc_;eye
fishing in 1906 and 1908, first in   attributing the failure of the run in 1904
to overfishing in 19U0, second in predicting that conditions in 1904 would
produce failure in 190*5���wnen in each
of these cases the facte are contrary
to his  advice and    prediction.    Also
that Mt. Babcock's advice is in every
i instance contrary to the interests of
j the resident fishermen of the Fraser,
; who are entitled to first consideration
in the framing of fishery regulations,
' that  pending the result of such   en-
! quiry Mr. Babcock be suspended."
Prosecutions to Cease.
I     Moved \j\ Jl. U*af. seconded by 0.
Co
me to
u
CA.WHSH1
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
**********t**i
**%
Bournes and rct.olft
d-
"That in view
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC.
AT
Moreys
Columbia Street
I Of the hardship and s_nVrinS caused
!to honest, ha.fi working fishdW?" by
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot ^
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Abated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
J. TRAVERS SHffiF*-"<
VAUIAIIM
All  business  in this line guaranteed.
_b i *s _.
V"       Phone A243. j$\'
Auction sale every Friday morning
cn the  Market  square.
tr      ADVERTISE      ���*��
- nN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
the enforcement of provincial 'regulations, this m&eUiVB is of the opinion
that per^iihg the fir-termination of the
!,,V<vtivc Jurisdiction ot the provin-
it'ia! and federal authorities. The en-
��� forceraent of the provincial regulations
i should be held in abeyance."
Weekly Close Season.
i '
Moved bi ll. Coughlan, seconded by
I Henry  Dailey,  and  resolved:    -That
this meeting protests against the discrimination in the regulations respect-
in:- tlie weekly dus.   season   against
tiie. fishermen ulx>ve the Westminster
bridge as contrasted with those operating below the bridge, and requests a
uniform close  season of such deviation as  may be  considered in the interest of the fishery _ua a whole, and
also that an  open  channel  from  t_',lf.
sandheads up be maintained permanently." . <f
Coming CJ,oftt season.
Move.; ny ft "Dally, . (.ponded by Mr..
Twiggs,    and    resolved,     That    this j
meeting protests against the   regulation calling for ihe BUBpenslon of all,
net    fishing   in the Frasei    between
\u;;iim 25 at'eei September 15, this pro
hibition interfering with the cohoe
fishery without necessity in the matter of preserving the teh whl!" it
causes great loss to resident fisher-
men. The preservation of the BocW
eye can be assured by the regulations
demanding the use of a net of not 1(598
than a seven inch mesh."
Change of Magistrate.
Resolved that this meeting suggests
to the government the advisability of
pensioning Stipendiary Magistrate
Captain Pittendrigh of this district, on
account of old age and feeblene-ss.
EBURNE MEMEIUTES
UNDERTAKE HARD TASK
Visiting  Intermediates    Cotnincj    Over
This Afternoon to Try Conclusions Against Picked Team.
THE  SAFETY   DEPOSIT   BOXES  OF
THE WESTMINSTER TRUST CO.
MAY   NOT   HOLD
THE MINTO CUP
But they will accommodate everything In the way ot jewelry,
deeds, insurance policies*,.birth und marriage certificates, etc.. etc.,
both' for private individuals and corporations,
Inspection Invited
Westminster
Trust Building
Vlfrl.el'S.HlTPlfiJ
5s��
f. I. HART
Managing Director
Au Intermediate lacrosse match be-
Lween a picked Westminster team and
the Eburne team, runners-up   in the
Vancouver Intermediate    league, will
be played at Queens park this afternoon,  commencing    at four   o'clock.
The Eburne athletes are coming over!
with a determination to score the first
victory oi   tlie    season    against    thei
Royal City lads, and will play it hard!
and fast game from the face off. The!
locals  have  a strong line-up  on    the'
field and should come out winners.
Following fc the Westminster lineup���Coal, Munn; point, Peele; cover
point, Marshall; defence field, Galbralth, Robertson, Mannering; centre,
W. Warwick; home field, B. Warwick,
Smith, Henry; outside home. Spring;
Inside home, Swanson.
For a time yesterday it looked as if
a clash Ixitween the baseball and
lacrosse factions was due to happen
this afternoon, the only available
grounds being claimed by both sides,
a I all game having been arranged
between the city team and nn aggregation 'captained by ('. O, McLean.
However, after a conference between
the officials of thc clubs interested, it
was decided that the ball players
should have possession of Queen?
park from two o'clock till four, and
that the lacrosse match should follow
the Iniis"'.all game.
Week-EnJ    Specials    at
Collister s Bi
J2j&H>%.frXF&C-' "*
ummer
Clearance Sale
i-tUtfC-l
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 in this special clean up of our Immense <;..
stock of towels.    This offering is worthy of consideration by hotels and boarding bowses. ^ '
Brown Turkish, White Turkish. Linen
Damask and  Huckaback towels, with or without colored borders and   sizes  a*fe   frora   jg^g   ,,    ix-^
inches.   Regular values 20c and 25c.    S, e our small show window.   Your choice, each ..Ut
Specials in Hosiery
Ltitdi
tes
Cotton Hose
On Sale
15c Per Pair
Ladies' line black hose, plain.
In sizes 8% to l" Inches. Regu.'
lar 20c,   Sal" price, per pair 15c
j Boys' Heavy
*    Ribbed Hose
r^*   Sale Price
Per Pair 25c
j    Fifteen    dozen    bo}*��'   extra
i
heavy, double kneed, ribbon cot- I
: .on hose in stae. 7 to 10 Inches,
Known as Hercules ribbed ��Dil
1 American  ribbed.    Regular 300
and 35c. Sale price, per pall 25c
125 yards roller crash   50 pair $1,35 and $1.50
on sale        j      lace curtains
5c per yard on sale 95c per pair
tegular   linen   roller   towelling        Nottingham lace   curtains   with
Blngle border, 50 Inches wide, 3 and
witb  red    border.    Regular    value    ,,,,  y.mls    ,,.,.���     ne(,uiar    vaiuea
$1.86   and    $1.60.     On    sale,    per
Hie and 12V60. On sal", per yard 5c , yard    95c
15c art muslin
on sale
per yard 9c
I'.iglit pleoes of light   and
colored art muslin. 26 to   '   ;  : v
wide;  bordered edges,  suitable >
long cuntulns or dru|"'s    b"!'^
mine  and   16c.     Sab'  price, P��
9c
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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