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 White, Shiles & Co.
mt INSURANCE
newwe5HSE5^
s LesislaTh^|ft%, Shiles & Co
���      "L\fL%ML ESTATE
AUG   26 19$0 Columbia St. Phone 85
a;MBER 209.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25   L908.
^=^c
TO R! A
FIVl-l CENTS PER COPY.
iwfSm Pam ww.IC1TY COUNQL VOTES GRIT IN
%���B[����� ���J���H aid Of EXHIBITION CELEBRATIONS
, q -hedule Too Long to Crime Follows Quarrel Be
C��aS   fries    to    Be     tween Lodger and House-
Permit    uame_>     w    **v
played This Year.
lacrosse season extends'l.v  murdered  yesterday afternoon
Because of the
s"*i("' ,,, geveral matches hav-I Vancouver by fl blacl
"""'I', ned on account, of the I        bfl    ,.,,.,,   ))(,s,illo,
Stern       '     '"  Westminster team, |^ ^  inll,]i;it,b as  ��� Pasadena,"
'?dnOUOtTvearaA  the crime following a quarrel between
lenge, f^Jil hf��iSSrf  the  two ove the  paypenl   of  room
�����SI '     ���  lne8(     /'tl^alTrge Jenkine.
of thai city, having senl  a challenge, _^  ^^  ^    ^^
to tin lot       -   ;* ;vw dafy' aK��-        Leven tlme8| death being almost   In-
' ,'"  rZdeb^ed ai SSlioi.   He tied immediately af-
ltnlBg the challenge was debated at
tween Lodger ana nou,e- Be ^ ^ ^ Charge ^
keeper-Brute Not Caught. .
1 I       Future    Deputation    From    Agricultural    Society
Waited on Council With That Object-Preparing for Winter's Employment.
CONSUMPTIVE HINDI10. SCHOOLS OPEN WITH
ARE BEING DEP0R1 tD     rm ATTENDANCE
  	
Indigent Asiatics Are Being Distribution of Certificates
Shipped Back to Hong; and Prizes at Central
Kong in Large Numbers.       Schools Yesterday.
tact that the B. C.      Mrs. Jenkins, a negress, waa
utal-
in
man   supposed
better    known
ie meeting of  the city council   posal should be carried out    as
ening  a  deputation  waited on  deputation suggested
:llscussed.   The I meet all trams.    The G   N   R. south
were freely c
���      ,., ,he Westmin-' ter the crime, and  Is still at  liberty.
'*""   '      ; hem    v��u" av;     A  fairly good    description    of    the
' ;   RClo��ce,wCthe wanted man is In the hands of   the
evening In H. Ryal ��� ����� an(1 <>very aveniie of escape Is
0halrWa '"";"',n,of the club A closely guarded. Special attention is
��ender80n' Prf wL prte and being given to boats and trains. The
J-  ;:;:;i:;;;,i:.���tr:f decllnlnglcHy police were notlfled early in the
to play  f<
this year   ^^^^^^^^
concensus of opinion   was    that    no
suitable dates could be arranged, and
for that reason the challenge of    St.
Kltt's wa* declined.
Need Not Play.
V, previously stated In these
columns, ('. A Welsh, who managed
the. team on its eastern tour, has the
assurance of P. D. Ross, one of the
trustees of the mug. that the Westminsters will not be forced to defend
tbe cup 'his year against their wish ^^M
Mr Welsh asked for a ruling on this
jabjeel while in Ottawa, and was told j Negotiations  for   Purchase  of   Vessel
that in view of the late date at which :      Comp|eted Yesterday���Boat Was
the coast teams would complete their j Launched in October, 1906.
. t,i lull   games, and  because of the
probable absence from home of Alex.
Tr-n-i.!'. ...nd liecu-ge Rennie, who are |
to play with the    Olympic    team    InL      ~h6reby the tug Restless, built in
England, the playing of outside teamsL^ ..iUlt )iar( Q. r,u0 by Mayers &
,    |     .   optional   with   the   Salmon   pregton   waa  transferred  to the flsh-
bound trains were searched tast night
but without result.
Postillo is about 35 years of age, of
medium height, light mustache, dressed in coarse clothes and looks like a
tramp.
TUG RESTLESS BOUGHT BY
FISHERIES DEPARTMENT
Negotiations weie concluded yes ��r
Bellies.
Whi thei  .. team mn be called upon
.... , ....   CUp |n the same season
.   -.v.in  from  an  oiitsiile  league
.-. i    point    among   lacrosse
:���   on  this    score,    as    in
i Ise In connection with the
u ;.'. ,K .  t   p    H    Ross'  word  1s  final.
Watch Vancouver Whine.
\ hov,    : rom Vancouver is  now     In
tatemenl  will  be    made
by ii.,    pc rtlng   writers   that  Westmin ti. .   afraid to lose the cup    to
Si KJtt to the Tecumsehs, while
er ol  the News-Ad, will
ci;. i |  ..;- b .i  prediction that
. no difference to the
Prasi ��� ij a, a 'hey are bound
-. :. ;;. to Vancouver's stacked
team anyway, The forecast will be
made before nexl Saturdaj 's i ame,
however, as it would nol be consistent
���������: thi ��� date,
Sin scheduled games have to be
played hj Westminster In the next
" i*en  wi i The hard   work    that
��� in    the    players    is
nos!   people Imagine, and
n it I    nol   considered
orce l ���:���     boys    beyond
ih" I i nnipe ling  them  to de-
igalnsl  anj   team.
Jolt  for  the  Joiners.
Ib'fc .      made .it   the nieet-
1   of  a    nuinliei     nl
In   Vancouver
��� nn    ;ame In I Satur-
iring been  regli -
I     i . ror i e   ie ci
t letter call-
'���i-i'-s department of the Dominion government, it being the intention to fit
up   the   boat   as   a   patrol   tor   service
on the Fraser river and up the coast.
The  department assumes control    of
the Restless at daybreak today.    The
purchase   was   in.nie   by   Inspector  C.
li.  Sword, of this city, who has been
mui the lookout  for a  suitable boat  tor
several   months   past, eight   or    nine
hugs   now   plying on  the  river  having
been   among  the   probable  purchases
of the government   lining that  time,
The   Restless   has  at   the   present
lime fl speed of nine  knots an hour,
but  'bis can  be  Increased to eleven
knots by the changing of her towing;
Wheel  to a  speed  wheel.    The boat  is
strong!j  built, and Iot machinery being  practlcallj   new,  should be  good
for inaiiv  years service.
At
last    ^^^^^
the members from the R. A. __ I.
socletj with reference to a vote in
lieu ol subscriptions tor tbe amusements and other celebrations at the
exhibition, and after consideration Ahe
vote, for $2000 was resolved upon. The
drainage of ravines was discussed at
some length, arising out of the request of another deputation which addressed the council.
President Trapp  Speaks.
On the motion of .Aid. Johnston, the
first     deputation     was    heard.    The
president, T. ,1   Trapp, said that at a
meeting the other night of the    city
directors of the agricultural society a
committee was appointed to wait on
the council to see if they could give
an appropriation of  some   l-tuOO,   instead of making a canvass of the city
at the time of the fair for the celebration part of the show.    They    would
remember that at a previous meetiug
some of the aldermen had  expressed
themselves  in  accord   with   the   proposition, and a plebiscite was   to    be
taken   when   the   by-law   was   before
the people, but for some reason   this I
was not done.   Each year the agricul-
tunal society had formed a collecting
committee, nearly all the city directors had taken a hand in it at different
times, and it had become so monotonous  and  so  distasteful  that    it  w-as
very difficult  to get anybody to act.
In  view of what had been said, and
the expressions used  by  persons    to
the city directors,    he    hoped    they
would give favorable consideration to
the   matter.     Sheriff   Armstrong,   who
had taken a prominent part in collecting,  agreed    with  them    that
were   many     property    owner
���'.<
The vote was caineu unanimously,
after a brief discussion, the mayor remarking that the citizens individually
did much by taking tickets, and entertaining.
Another  Deputation.
Another deputation  awaited  on  the
council   with   reference  to  the  condition of _Vgnes street, between Fourth
and  Sixth  streets.    They  wished    to
boulevard   it,  and     to   have    a    new
drain  placed clown tbe  ravine  which |
runs to Columbia street, in oraer   toi
drain off the storm water. Those sup- j
| porting the application included F. J.
Han, ML .). Phillips, F. fi. Farrant and
Johnston.
Each took part in the discussion.
Aid.  Henley  explained  the  attitude
of  the  board of  works as  that  they
' had  been  legally advised  'he council
ought, not to take water across other
people's  property.    The    cost    of    8
drain as suggested  would   -be    about
$2000 to $3000.   If this work was done
it would open up the question all over
|the city.   If the property owners were
prepared to pay for it themselves the
jiosition might be different.
The mayor remarked that they had
similar questions of ravines at Sapperton, and the west end. They wish-
ed to meet the deputation's wishes,
but it was a question of expediency.
A committee was appointed to meet
the deputation on the ground at 5
p.m. on Friday.
Street Ends and Slips.
The    mayor   remarked   that    some
provision should be made for  a city
.a.a.a-  landing at the foot of Mclnnes street.
here j He believed a  resident was prepared
  who   to put  a slip, but  such slip should be
could not be approached in any other i "nder  the  control    of    the    council.
way towards defraying the expenses.  (Hear,    hear.)    lt    would   help   the
lt came <m the liberal few on Colum- fishermen using the street ends.    He
bla street, ��nd on the   hotels,    and' also drew the attention of the hoard
these people had their hands in their";  works to the need of an improve-
pockets  all   the  time.    All   property ment  at the Sixth  streei  slip, which
owners would have to pay if the c an-   was very much used.   The board   of
cil  adopted  the proposal. works  will report  on  these and other
Experience  of Collectors. City street ends abutting on the river.
Sheriff Armstrong said that  ;    .ear Deny Liability.
ago when collections were being  I ia Martin & McQuarrie, city solicitors,
(or the exhibition celebration the sub-1 wrote with reference to the acci len'
Bcrlbers expressed the opinion    that  to W. T. Cooksley: "Dear Mr. Mayor���
the money should I* subscribed as a   1" 'his matter we have gone Into the
straight   vote   from   the   city   council,  facts  with   Mr.  Furness.  the  superin-
wherebj   the then who shirked  their tendent of the board of   works,   and
duties would not escape.    Having re-I under the circumstances mentioned by
Vancouver,    Aug.    24.���Dr.    A.    S.
Monro, federal immigrant  agent, has
started  a campaign to  rid   Vancouver
and New Westminster of sick and   indigent Hindus before tbe    advent    of
winter,  when   it would  be   practically
certain   they   would   become     charges
on     the    community.     Already     fifty
Hindus have been deported; and there
are   now  ten   more  in   the  detention
shed  booked  for    shipment    back    to
Hong   Kong on    the    next    outgoing
steamer.    Others   are   being   gathered
in daily.
Many of the Hindus who are being
shipped out of tho country are consumptives, having contracted the dis-
jease since their arrival  here.      Last
; winter  hundreds of  these men  from
India was subjected to exposure and
damp  cold  weather,  with  the result
that they were easy victims to tuberculosis In their half-starved condition.
There are  now  in  Vancouver    anil
surrounding districts    a    number   of
1-lndas who are ln destitute circumstances  and   practically  incapable  of
performing work if lt was to be obtained   because  they   are victims    of
tuberculosis in  incipient or advanced
stages.    Some    are    suffering    from
other diseases.    With the coming of
winter the position of these men will
become deplorable, and  there is    no
question but that they would become
public  charges;   and  it  is  better  for
them and for   the   community   that
they  should  be    returned    to    Hong
The opening of the public schools
yesterdaj was made the occasion of
the presentation of certificates, rolls
of honor, prizes and medals ln the
boys' and girls' departments at the
Centra] school. Before the visitors
assc mid-d in Miss Roger's room they
took the opportunity to examine tbe
Improvements made during the vacation, inspecting the new offices, tho
engine room, new outbuildings and
the grounds, now tastefully laid out.
The new ventilating system came in
for much praise.
There were present at the distributions Mayor Keary, .1 11. Kennedy, M.
P., Rev. J. S. Henderson, Trustees
Trapp (chairman), Curtis, feck,
Peebles and Rev. R. Eennie (secretary).
Principal Awards.
After Introductory remarks from
Miss Rogers, principal of the girls'
school, the mayor presented the entrance certificates to the high school,
a list of wiiich has already appeared.
In doing so he urged the girls to regard the certificates as earnest of the
work which they would do in the future. (Applause.)
Mr. Kennedy distributed the rolls
of honor as follows: Proficiency, L.
Eileen DeBeck; punctuality and regularity, Clara E. Wilson, and deportment, A, Mildred Mercer. He expressed his pleasure to be present.
The following list of awards, given
by  Miss Rogers, were then  made by
Kong before the rainy season sets in. j Trustee Trapp:
 ___  Arithmetic. Annie R. Phillips; grammar and comiH-siiion, Ida M. Buck-
land; drawing, Annie lt. Phillips;
governor-general's medal,    L.    Eileen
Americans Buy Big Limits.
.New Vork capitalists have just invested $300,000 in lfi.OOO acre* of t.m-
ber limits situated on the northeast
toast of Vancouver island. The deal
was negotiated on the stumpag. basis
of titty cents a thousand. The buyers
intend to start  logging operations this
tall.
.Messrs. .lames and Sutnnierville, twj
mlllmen of Memphis, after a thorough
inspection of  various sections of the
province have about closed a deal for
the  purchase  of three  different   timber tracts,  aggregating   20,ono acres,
and located on Jervis inlet,   and   between  there  and    Grief    Point.    The
timber     comprises    cedar,     fir     and
spruce.   The sale Is at the rate of r>0
co:it_ and Tfi cents respectively    per
thousand stumpage, according to   the
value of the limits. It is probable that
the investors will erect a sawmill.
BLACK  HAND THREAT
DISTURBS   MEXICO
M.
���x.ro City. Aug. 24. -Excitement
waa caused at police headquarters
������.,,. toda> by the receipt of a '" ���
1;,,���, Pittsburg, written ostensibly by
, member of tbe Black Hand, and
threateuing  the life oi    Judge   Juan
iv,-, de l i.   The envelope In which
the  missive  waa  enclo ed,  bore    the
ol    a    Pittsburg
terred t0 the petition signed last year, him we cannot see that there Is any
!'"   '      , ,    ,������.  and niter the liability on the part ot the city.
when nothing was don , and aft r t ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^
nrcJunclT*Z��SZ -Bt will    " informed  tha, on  the  advice | fore the council
have   an   answer   to   give the mer
ber of unemployed in the coming
winter. Preference should be given to
married taxpayers, and then to single
men resident in town. A report on
subject ought  to be brought be-
..,,���,,<     They believed those cell     a-
tions advertised and helped the city
isrririfSvSrsi-" ���M ****** -
Of the  city   solicitors the  council   repudiates liability.
The following report  was adopted:
Finance   -Vancouver  Daily    Province,
"::M :"""" ";���;;���.,.,,;,!, I!..  .W  company, 195.20; total, $187.20,
l>e pool man owning a un Grounds.
i.iiii.int would be
have to pay, but the a
  ��� small,    in  ...nclu.-x-n  |  ���
prlntC(3    inscription    of    a    Piusuurg i:n,   ,   ,
hotel    Judge d.   Leon was   he magi , ..(| and  ,���|M���   trom  the  mer-
trate who rwentlj sent two American , a U1 ,his way
ni"
m to pt  ion
, -h ii;-, i with robbing a
bank messen	
���  '   i
.   lil    Irregularltj   will   ,     ,
"���il ,.. Pre Idem   Murray, of I hlbltlon   In  lhe   Carnegh    library,
\  .    .   wltha request thai    \   Welsh and J    R.    Payna   h�� ���   '
<n    al an early date to I d appointed  a oommlttee to pur-
Ituatlon.    Objection    is chase a suitable case for the. .mm*..
i   made io the manner   In lng of the Bllverware.
wl       h.   ..fo ,,, were appointed for1    An offer made bj Peter Peaweiiw
��� ue Bame. Ibe insure the Minto cup free of cnarsi
Th
iank�� to Celebration Committee.
Becrotai      II   Ryall.
����� is accepted with thanks,
o,   the west-; New Trelner Appointed.
 club, was instructed'    James  M_acgowan, a  recent  **
"   "Her  th,,iking  the   mem-   from   Scotland,  was  B LiltedIt
'    "'  !-' Mlnta   cup   celebration of the team, succeeding Dan mi ���    '���
"       ' ���   foi  th��  splendid reception Mr. MacgdWan, who Is famous as
''    ���-���   '���   lacrosse team on its re-.athlete it. football .and aquat..- circle,
'-"������'io ...,,���, ,h, I * -   ��� ���    -'- - -��"    *""
to writ
tier.
till
Tax Would Be Small.
���       peck roallied that the <
aa well  i   the exhl lti        -
\ '..    ... contrl intion ��� luallj tl    rl
lled     | ��� .mall owner musl not M
,.,.!    more    Ulan    COUld    Ih-    l"'-">
,    0n hlg own bouse ib.- tax, on
,  vote, would be $1.10 pei an-
,.,, on Columbia Btreet propertj
|-,     He took the average tax,
and did not think It was a serious ob-
gtacle,    There had already   een two
subscript huts  from  the c'"*,ns
They could   nol
The suggestion was approved
Departmental   Matters.
Aid. Johnston    reported    that    arrangements  wire completed for a site
foi   the  Q ns  park     lire    hall,    and
plans will be put In hand. The improvements at Sapperton fire hall
were approved, On the motion of the
ma; or, the waterworks stables    wi re
num
,1 OU!
east.
Incidenl-' will  be assisted  in  his duties by
iy.
Shot   Gun   for Alex.
iii
0
*m\**w^^\
i"'   t   will  In- made  Hint   no: Mahon
upon persons at-' L ���*""________________������,.    ,
,Pn,1'";' ���'������    ��� enl ition of watches to.    Having been given a gold ^.J
'";"1,    '    he champions    of   the  the citizens several yean   ago,     ^
1 "H' opera house of Monday Turnbull, the grand old man ��i
���'     "cial request   from  the   lacrosse  world, is In   no bi   ���"
���   team   having   i ,.' second timpleoe, and will h".'""M m
________________________________________ .   ,
largi
that   yeai
more
expect
^^^^^J Vote   Granted.
Aid. Jardine said the matte;
be discussed    in
any tiling was decided
anould
committee    '"''"'���*'
He moved that
oommlttee
Moody   Square   Grounds
\ i   i larrott   n   o ted   i hat   he  had
ma ...��� ���        for a  couple    of
. . i  ���     .        at   Moody square under
the ���!: ���     on i       mi n   er of the toot -
ball ti ���  i -i     to 'li" appiic-i- Eighth.    The  superintendent    think..
Ion made lasi we< the lattei  site more satisfactory.
Aid  Oarreti wai  questioned ' ? Aid. Miscellaneous.
Henlej as to the amounl of the lm- A petition asked for the clearing up
provemenl projected. He though! it of Fifth street from Sixth to BJlghtfl
might go much farther, as fences and I avenues, rrom underbrush and logs,
other matters wanted attention The Referred to the board <>f works to re-
counctl gave him power to act, In an- port, Two weeks- leave of absenoe
swer to the mayor the chairman of was granted City Hall Janitor Hou'.t.
the parks committee said that Sap- a communication from the Canadian
perton park was well patronized, but Fire Engine coiupa*v, of London, Ont.,
would require attention in the fall. offering to supply-tiro fighting appli-
The Unemployed. ancea, was filed, The Canadian Bridge
The mayor and Aid. Garrett brought company will be given an opportunity
up questions with reference to men to tender on the construction of the
being employed by the board of works ' n(,w bridge. The C. P. R. will not be
who were non-residents. The mayor allowed to tap the city water main at
reported there were three such, one Westminster Junction, as connections
of whom was an old ratepayer. The wRh the main en route have been die-
others lived Just outside the. boundary, terloratlng the   supply   in   town.   A
Aid.   Henley   said   their    preference  ,���,,���,. j,,,.],  pjpo whj 1)e tiUd io supply
residents    with    water.
DeBeck..
Attractive School  Buildings.
In performing this office Mr. Trapp
said he was glad to    do    it    in    the
presence of the mayor, because there
had been  complaints of the expense
involved  by  the school  board's policy
of  spending  money  on   the    grounds,
and so on.   The Impression prevailed
that  the trustees  were    doing    much
more than they might to.   The board
wished to make the schools .attractive,
home-like.    Was  not   that     room    in
which they met home-like ?    He wished the. girls to use their Influence to
keep those grounds in good condition
Those   who  were entering  the    high
school he hoped would be as buoccbi
ful as they had been in the past,   ar. I
would continue to help tiieir teacher
(Applause!    The sixty girls   present
might by their example do much    tc
keep the Westminster schools in  th
front rank of schools in the province.
Might   he congratulate the successful
students, and to Miss Rogers, and the
students   who   would   remain   in    her
room wish a prosperous term.
Preparation for Future.
Hev. J. s. Hen let-son, addressing the
girls, said be would like to wish them
success in     the     larger    tasks,     and
greater  perfection  in  their  work  in
lhe  days  that   were   to   come.     From
the   experience   gained     there     tbey
would prepare tor the   larger Bphi rea
of life.   The real advantage of educa
decided  for ii site on   KlevenUi  st i eet, j,iim waa tii.it it  impressed  upon them
Instead  of adjoining  No.    2 hall    onjhabits  of  work  and   habits  of  study.
and they wen I eing Impressed with
the charactet ind | ersonalitj of their
teai hers, He was pleased to know
i hal in connection with the bi hool
they had an efficient school board the
best   it  had  bei n his privilege to    ol>
serve iii p.. operation    (Appiause.)
Mr.   Curtis,   in   an   amusing   speech
moved   a   vote  of    thanks    to    Mi��s
(Continued on Page Six 1
tc.im    having    been   second  ilniplL. ...
' n   ;,.,..,.,,t  ;,t   last   od with a shot gun. a beau tintl
* mei-tinu. I rai__ ...  n���. Btmsmlth's art,    As
he g"t
and
CuF��s on Exhibition.
pie ��.f the gunsmith's ari
... -dl cups''shields wll7"be "exceptional!)    ** '"""'     .
s an enthusiastic sportsman.
Bi
���
won by the Salmon . thoroughly api reciate
�� i laced on ex- i scarred hero.
I I ....lened | the ltna..n      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
to report ^ ,,x ,laill,.d he had to | had'Always been to resident married | Lulu   island
As  Mr.  Trapp
the   council I men.
should    be]     Mayor Keary
said  it   was  linn
ihe
Hlue   prints  of   the  Columbia     si reet
cement sidewalks are now on view at
Finds  Bornite Ore.
Index, Wash., Aug. 24.���Some    One
Samples  of  bornite ore  were  brought
in this week by Peter T. McLaln, who
Is working the l.atona group on Trout
creek. Two tunnels, forty and thirty-
five feet, have been driven. The vein
Is six teet in width.
report   I   Kfi.lny   night,   	
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gether and drpw up a well defined
plan for spending the amount voted
at the rei.-nt l>y-Law poll for the
board of works. The $60,000 could be
v., I] ap. nt, and there would te a num-
withdrew,
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Hon    was    a
.a i
id   the
argument  of the deputa
good  one. ���,
wftyi expressed the view that
plication. The public are invited to
examine Ihese. Stumps will be removed I'rom tbe corner of Seventh
avenue ami Seventeenth street, for
tho convenience of R. Cm-new, according to n promise already made.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. AUG'.
'J St
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This Is My 44th Birthday
Luis F. Corea.
3.
���^ Luis  Felipe Corea. who has represented the republic of Nicaragua
S as minister plenipotentiary to the United States for nearly ten years.
*4 was born in liranada, Nicaragua, August 23, 1S64. His family was
* prominent in the official life of the republic and he received a liberal
8 education at the National college of Granada and the Centnal univer-
| sily of Guatemala. After graduating from the last named institution
he remained there several years as a member of the faculty. In 1S9S
he entered the diplomatic service and soon displayed capabilities of
a marked character. In addition to his studies in law and diplomacy
he bas given much attetion to various branches of science and has
beeu honored with membership in a number of the leading scientific
societies both in America and in Europe.
"���. ..     a.     11     ..     1,    ������    II    ll    If    t.     \l     I r. .I'____V __���_.__.'_. .J'..If, Jf-Jf^J'-Jt. *'-. rf'.O<.^'_��''''_.-.,'.v">0'-��"- _!'��Ot_>_)>ia,1'_V>C'��>
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John L. Sullivan Has a Very
Strong Side Line of Dope
When Taft. who is candidate for to
lie the star boarder at White llo.se
for tour years, making a speech a
while ago. some fellow passed this
question across to him from the audience: -ll a man is out of work and
his family starving what is he to do?"
Taft quit cold, throwing up his hands,
saying. "God knows, 1 don't."
Now- it strikes me that a man chesty
enough to reach for a berth paying
$50,000 a year, ought to tie there with
the goods on an easy one like that.
They'd have to push harder ones than
that at me before I'd cover up or sidestep. Things have fell pretty easy for
Taft, so he's never had to go out and
put a strangle bold on a dry's pay
or pack an empty stomach, so tlie answer couldn't come easy. Or, if he
knew the answer, being a judge, he
couldn't  give it loud.
My answer to the question would be
for a man with a family starving on
his hands to go out and produce what's
needed. How he'd get. the stuff would
be up to him; he'd have to get it, that
is all, if it   was in the country.
There are a lot of geysers with waist
measures bigger than they inght to
be that have more than tbey can use,
and some of them get it by strong arm
work, even if it isn't considered polite
ami proper by the judges and so forth
and the man who'd let his family
starve in a rich country like this
c ughl to be dropped off the dock.
1 argue that when a man is so low
, n iiis uppers that  his wife and kids
ire giving a yell for food the regular
lies don'i  apply, and it's up to them
i forget them, get  busy and pull off
mcthing.
Tha! several million dollar fine of
Standard Oil was ordered to pay
:.'��� . ��� , .... paid, after all. Say,
if Rockefellet was around during the
���:i!i" of tli" flood he'd have turned up
*. ll h 'i nonsinkable boat an 1 he'd have
driven Noah to dry land, he's so lucky.
Put  thi re are any number of pi .   e
disappointed thai the oil people are
going to welch cm that fine, tor it was
popular a  whole lot.
When the tine was first her. up I
Was  traveling  and  talked   With   dozens
of Western men who live out dooi - and
think on the hair trigger. The;, used
pretty strong language boosting the
proposition to so-.ik the oil people, and
they were unanimous for getting the
pelt of a certain respectable old gentleman and nailing it to the fence.
These hair trigger thinkers are going
tobe beard from, and I'll be* this case
is going to get an airing when the
campaign opens, whether the judges
like it or not,
I see where one judge said Roosevelt's opinion of this case don't go
any stronger than that of any other
citizen, not with him. That's pretty
strong, and it sounds like fighting talk.
Roosevelt's opinion carries a darn
sight farther than any other man's
In this country, and I'll bet that his
idea that the fi"e's sot to be paid
makes good in the end.
I don't know enough about laws to
keep from breaking some of them, bu*
I'll hack Roosevelt against all the hair
splitters in the country, and if he says
those several millions has got to '>������
paid they'd bettetr begin saving up
for it.
Your., truly,
JOHN L.   SULLIVAN
Progress Brand Garments are designed
by one of the highest priced artists in
the country, and made by the best paid
tailors in Canada.
No wonder Progress Brand Clothing
looks so well and holds its shape so long!
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Clothing
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and  RET,AIL
jftUTCHERfl
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
COLUMBIA
STREET
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
bunding materials and we wlll
guarantee you a first, class
structure that will stay first
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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��� The Season Has Arrived for You to
I Preserve Peaches
Fresh This Week
Lowney s Surranne  Chocolates
and Brandy Cherries
They are in fine condition, and are to be
had'cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORE than any other store in town.
Call   Us Up  and   Give   Us   Your  Order
THE
I Public Supply Stores geo^adams
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I
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B    C.
Phone  92.
At
Vancouver-Mission Lily
Commencing Mond iy, A.ugu - 24 ...
L908, freight steamer "Met loch"
run between Johnson's wharl Van rn-
ver, and Mission City, Fraser river,
calling at Steveston, Ladnet and all
intermediate points.
Leave   Vancouver  7  a.m.   Mondays,
Wednesdays and  Fridays.
Leave    Mission    7   a.m     Tu  -1 ij 5,
Thursdays and Saturdays,
For further Information address
1). 11. MACGOWAN,
Box 357. Xew Westminster,
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them ex
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All wor.
guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested  Free
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has neverbei i
more apparent than at the present time.
���  The	
See That Dinner Set     Royal bank of Canada
In our window for - $20.00
We have others at      -     -      $16.50
$15.00 clown to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS
Prompt Delivery
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Gifford's
Jewelry   Store.
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|        The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for thc coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK ��
invites* you to join the large number of satisfied Dep
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it,
BANKING BY MAIL. A SPECIALTY,
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.
F. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
All Iron Wringers
With guarantee rollers made of the hlgheBt (.rude Bare rubber
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogB, In washing machines
we have the KntiH, Paragon, '..Oth Century, Reacting, ami other
makes,    flail and see our lines.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Limited I
P. O. Box   345
.FFICEi FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
'Phone   105
NEW WEST
Make no mistake, but start, your orchanl right, by buying from A *
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as $
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,nou fruit tree- anil
can htwidle your order, no matter what the 3lze.    If we    have    no   J
agent in votir locality, write to us at Hurna.by Lake f r prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations wlll run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leavea at 11 p, na,
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11 ::<(_.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twraty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 8:20 a. va.
Sapporton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past ami fifty mhiutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  hait-neu.iy between 8.30 a.m. and n p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd i j
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Conipany
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dtater* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
I
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumbei Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmin��t��f TUESDAV
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THEPA11A N; ws.
I'-CUtl    1 lllM-,1',
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Notice to Contractors
��� l.
(Vill
��� e Com-
.   ..��� mal
twelve
20th
.   work  rein    acmes ."i'i
loners,
.   ,    the  Trans-
i    -u .: polnl de-
the  i '"ii.
y   ; montachi ne,    in
.'���'��� 38  miles
itm< nt    of    the
.-:,���  beinfe on
...   :      Id    "C"
ance   of
mili -.    Date o     impletion,
1910.
(2) |,   ���   .   ���     C."     Fl   :���'   ���'   POlnl   tie-
.....   of the Commis-
[107    miles    west    of
Vi . .. in the Province   of
, .     ...   , ,. tc, the end   of   the
GraD(]       .    pacific   Railway   Com-
(n        ntra ',  a  distance of .about,
..j ,, mii, .   Date of completion, 31st!
Decern ier, 1910,
(3) Districts "D" aud "E."���rrom!
a point designated on the plans of the
Commissioners, being at the western
.nd of Fauquier Bros.* Abitibi con- |
tract, in the Province of Ontario, in a
,,. -.: j direction for a distance of
about 104.24 miles. Date of completion, J
: ��� ; mber, 1910.
it) District "Bi"���From a point de-
** i
signaled vi the plana of the Commis-'
sioners. about sixty miles west of thel
. rlj bound iry of District "E," in '
ace uf Ontario, easterly toi
f Fa iquler  Bros;  contract, ���
Lake   Nepigon,  distance of1
10   miles.   Iwte of completion.
mber, 1910.
Districts  "E"  and "K."���From
nat< i "ti the p'.ans of the'
-.- _.-.  it the western end of
.:.-,..���: B os.' contract north of Lake'
.. d   In the Province uf Ontario,
terlj   to  a point  at  or near  D��ri_ ,
.:.. e of about 126 mil'-s
impletion,    1st    September,!
strict   F,"���Prom a point de-!
. '.nis of tie- Commis-!
t oi  ni ar Dog  Lake, in the
i   ���    - into! lo, to a point at or!
-���  west of what is known
:..-. lit. -rnatlve
. on the plans, a dis-
it  2   76   miles    by    the
��� ite, and 24.13 by the
.    ite,   ar. It':. ion of
u  thi   ���   tlon of the
1 ���.:*.    .<} ...,:.
���    -        *, 19   -
��� .
if thi  < hief
the   Com.
the   :'. ' the foi-
ti   ���     -..-���-. rlx:   John
��� .-". .   . ���     North
3   Armsl n ng v . ..ron.
IS        Poulln, St. B mlf   ���
��� I ��� b ���
I on
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i ase of n fusal   :  failure on I'.,   , ...
oi tl e pai 11  whose tender h  acci ��� U
to complete and exe<   ���     a
with the said ( oni uers,
��� .    he a iii.-,- na]  .,, .  oved
within ten days  a  ���
.   ol   . ;.
.     i :, i     ;        U     *     .
....    a    llquidati
such refusal oi  tall n e and-   all    ���
tract  rights acquired  hy  th.   ai
:���������
The   ch, ijues   de, oslti i.
w hose tenders are acci pt' d ��ill
,, Ited to the credit of the Rei i Ivi i
',. iei al of Canada a    part of t hi
curil     I        lie  due  and  faithful
ino  ol  ; hi     mt i act ai      d i
Cheques    deiioi Ited
pai; les   �� ho ������  ten lei ��� - cted
���*.ill be iot ii ini i\ u It bin  ten da
ter the signing of t he contract.
Attention I   called to the follo\. ti
c{auses In the form of cont racl:
��� U] mechanics,  laborers,  or ol
pei ons who perform labor   for     he
purposes of the const i uctlon of    the
works hereby contracted tor, shall be
paid snell wagi    a   are generally  ai
cepti d us currenl tor competi nl work.
men In the district in which the woi i,
is    eing   performed,   and   if  then
no currenl rate In bu h distrlcl. ilieu
i  fair  and  reasonable   rate;   nnd,  in
the event  of a dispute  arising as    to
what la the current or a fair and rea
sonable rate, it shall be determined by !
the Commissioners,   whose    decision
shall be final."
"Tliis agreement ia subject to the j
regulations now in force, or which I
may at any time hereafter tie In force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor,
and which are, or shall be, applicable
to such works," (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon hy
said Department will form part of the
contract).
"The contractor shall in connection
with the whole of the said work, as
far as practicable, use only material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided tlie same can be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fire regulations adopted by the: Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in tie- different provinces wherein the work i-
being performed.
The right Is reserved to reject  anj
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway
Otl iwa, 18th .Inly, 1908
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Department ol Agriculture
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720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
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Two   door*   from   Geo.   Adam*.   CroCCf
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,,i the, scene too late to be   of   any 	
.  , WANTED   Ladylike vnuns poison fm
11       1 ��� 1 .1 IH I
, _, llaht housekeeping    Btudenl al col
l"t>e  In return   foi   board   would   be
acceptable,   P. ���'  Box 867, City.
FOR    BALB     Motor    munch;    well
found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
aengeia     Vpi'ly to Motoi . Boi    M .
New Witnilnster.
This Date in History
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\ GOOD Japanese elrl wnnt. a )Mi~i
tlon an house roald, washing, eti ,
etc.    S. Hayashi, Premlet hotel.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnUhed
looms; niii��t ibe moderate; neai
bridge preferred Apply Posl Office
Box 7:i2
POST CARDS
ARE NCW  ON BALE  AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE,
J    G.  GAMON'S  CIGAR  DIVAN,  and
f*.   MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Coute
AUGUST 25.
David Hume,   Scotch   historian,
died    Born April 26, 1711
i homas Chittenden, first gov< i
him    of    Vermont,     died     at
Wllllston, vt.   Born   In Basi
Qulltord, Ct, Jan, 8, 1730.
Commodore Edward Preble, distinguished    American    naval]
officer, died In Portland, Me
Born there,  s.ug   16, 1761.     I
British evacuated 11"'   city    of FOB BALE   ErirBt class turnlture   at
Washington 362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
Jehudl   .siitnni. American mis  '    street;  musl  be sold this week, n1--
slonary who gave his life   to     parties are leaving town
-;, 1 -.ic 1  iii Vfric-,1. died in Bos
ton,    Born In Champlaln, N.
Yurie., in  1794.
1-1-    Trials ��������� the Chartists began In
London. FOUND   Bcrrrell horse came   to   m1--
a tornado swepl the shores   of
the Sen or  A/"r and caused
the loss of 1000 lives.
WANTED- Boy to learn olothlng imsi
ness;    apply Westminster   Clothing
company
189.
1-/1T   Presidenl Bordio of Uruguay a?
a isslnated at Montevideo
! MYSTERIOUS  COMPANY
BURNS TWO  TOWNS
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
.oard of tradf     New   Westmin
ter   ito.ir I  ','  ".    . le     meets  iri  'he
Boa   : R ���   i, Citj  Hall   aa toll iws
Third    1 b      la     of   each    inonth,
Quarterly   me fin   the   third
T h 11 r a d a y    of    February,    May,
\ ,.- .      ind   S ivei iber   ar   8  p.  ro
Annual    meetings    cn    the    third
Thursday    of    February.    N'-w, stages at Carcross and White Horse,
mem e        i:. .roposed    and   maintaining a through winter service,
le ted  it   mj monthly ot quarterly
meeting     A. F_. White, S*��c
ior CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATI.IN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
���iunday) carrying passengers, mail,
��xpre��s    and    freight   connect    with
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H    ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager.
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the Second October
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from  the  proposed  Stree
Letter Boxea in the City of New *> "*'
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forma at T.-n.i-     nay bi
Posl Offli - "t Me*��    ' -
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.\ ierdeen, B. D., Aug. 24.���It is   r<
,orti d ti""- today thai the towns   of
Lowry and Vteska on Ihe Minneapolis
k  St,  Louis railroad  river extension
inrned In a raid by a mysterious
,    .in    of mounted men last nlgtrt
The   mounted   company    oomph '���
3iirronnded   the  two  towns  and   H ed
.1  ding.
I School Books
AND
Supplies!
1 Everything You Need
p., -1 f\       *       1 i aa, _aa,wt
premises 19th ins'., brand on righl
hind hip, T. K. over ((. 1-1. Ownei
can  luiv-e SRine by  paying expenses
After expiration of  notice  will  be
sold to defray expenses    a   fl, m<
Cauley, Yale Road, seven miles from
Westminster.
TO LET���Large furnished front bed
room, near library, 2*^7 Victoria Bt.
V I. 3 T MIN B T B R BJMPLOYMBNT
AGENCY���Under new management,
26fi Columbia itreet, Phone 388, P.O
box '<'>!. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free ol
charge. Branch office. 107 Cordova
Btreet w**��=t, Phone A.2760, Vancouver. B. C.
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Blotters,    Rules   and
Covers   Free!
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Bank of Montreal
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CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
-.E3ERVE        ���11.000,000.00
a.-incnea t'ln.ughout Canada and Newfoundland,  and   ln   London    England,
New York. Chicago and Spc-nane. U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking Business Tranaact-*].
sttern  >f Credit Issued, available wi *). correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Saving* Bank Department    Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
ind interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum (present rate) added
four tlmee a year.
Total  A.a��. over ll6R.O0n.H0O 00.
TJW WMTM1NBTER BRA-NCB.     te    U. D. BRYMNER, Manag*T
ROFESSIONAL.
A WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO
���   llcitor.   etc.,     42   Lome   Street,
0',,;��/Ki|te Court   House.   Mew  West'., m
ster,   Phone 113
WHITESIDE   A   EDMONDS,  Barrl-*-
ters .ind solicitors,  Hiackie  Blk.
Columbia street,   New    Westminster,
'A   .1   Whiteside, H. I.. Kdtnorids.
MARTIN A McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, Ne***
Westminster, Trapp Block, comm
Clarkson and Ixirne streets.
GKORQE B. MARTIN. Barrister anc
Solicitor, Culcbon hlock. Colum
i*la and McKenzie streets. New Wnat
minster. B. C.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc.. Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets, New Westminster, B. O.
WE are Instnleted to offei foi sale a
six roomed house on Eighth street.
city water and electric light. Prlci
$1 (50.00, Terms $500.00 01 $600.00
i iah balance by Instalment, or any
oth<        ii onable offers ; m    " ;"
Thla (s now " nti d al
jt 100 , month. Settlers' __ ocia-
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Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Mate   and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and     M c N'._ E _. E Y   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P. O. Box   885.
Choice Meats at
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25
THE DAILY NEWS  I
Published by the Daily .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25.  1908.
DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forget that Babcock, the
enemy of the Fraser River, is being
kept in office ;'v :l Conservative
Government.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
ANOTHER FALLACY CLEARED.
The Conservative press, continuing
its deliberate misrepresentation tor
campaign purposes, attacks the administration of crown lands in the
Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan; the News of Toronto and the
.Mail and I'.iiipire being the chief
offenders, claiming that the lands,
minerals and timber have been stolen
from these Provinces by the Dominion
Governmenl to be handed over to
politicians wao give allegiance to the
Liberal parly. Not wishing to use
more forcible language, we say they
utter deliberate falsehoods, Many of
the people of liriiisli Columbia, not
knowing the tacts, will accept, the
declaration of these journals as correct, therefore we feel it incumbent
upon us to clear the matter up according to the facts on which there is not
the slightest room [or argument,
The facts are, that the people of
the wesl as provinces or territories
never owned these lands, and they
have always been administered by the
Governmenl Al Ottawa, Conservative
und Liberal, since the time they were
���i.ought by the Government with the
money of the people of Canada as a
whole, and paid for out of the Dominion treasury. They were purchased
from the Hudson's Hay company, who
held them under crown grant of the
British Government for more than a
century prior to their purchase by the
Dominion. These lands were reported
lipon as far hack as 1867 by a joint
commission of the Lords and Commons as being unfit for habitation by
white men and to use the words of the
report 'were only tit for the red man
to live in."    The federated provinces,
however, in 1868 saw in the great
lone land mighty possibilities, and in
view of the day fast approaching
when there would need an outlet for
the surplus population of the East,
entered into negotiations with the
Hudson's Bay Company which finally
resulted in purchase, so that the
Dominion as a whole claimed these
lands by right of purchase, and never
ia|t. any time did they pass into the
hands of the people of the West as
distinct from the people of the East.
There never was any proposition in
or out of Parliament to convey these
lands, or even hand the vast territory
over to the limited jurisdiction of the
Territorial Government, for the very
simple reason that it would have been
utterly unable to cope with such an
enormous undertaking.
When In 1870 the Province, of
Manitoba was created, it chose a
money subsidy, rather than a land
grant, as being the most certain way
of filling the Provincial treasury and
in the thirty-eight years since that
time there has never been a desire expressed for any further subsidy in the
shape of crown lands.
In L905 When the Provinces Of Alberta and Saskatchewan were being
created, and their constitutions were
under discussion, the general consensus of opinion of those most interested, the people of the West
themselves, as well as Parliament, irrespective of party, was, that it would
be best to lea.e th,. administration of
the lands as tbey always had been
under the control of the Dominion
Government. No doubt the leaders of
the people that were to be included
within the boundaries of the new
Provinces thought that if the existing
conditions in Manitoba, against which
there had been no complaint, in thirty-
five years, were good for that Province, then the new Provinces could
safely accept the same conditions,
which after being given their choice.
they did accept. The people of these
Provinces accepted the money subsidy
and were treated very liberally, ani
in all fairness to them be it said there
never has been any complaint, neither
has any plea been set up for "better
terms." Having accepted the money
subsidy, they knew they cquld not
gel the crown lands within their respective Provinces in addition thereto,
and they have never showed a disposition to regret their choice and in the
late Provincial election in Saskatchewan there was no hostility shown toward the Liberal Government at Ot-
t iwa, on the score of subsidy, and if
speatos volumes for the arrangement
What a mistake to use coarse
Salt for cooking! Fine, pungent
WINDSOR SALT add* Mch
itofefoodl
that Conservative speakers, with one
exception, never mentioned the sub-
jeer. This one kicker was imported
to do service and no doubt took his
cue from the mud rakers of Toronto
Conservativlsm, but the rehearsal at
once killed the act and he was called
down by men of his own party. It will
he seen then by every intelligent
reader, that there has been a deliberate attempt, to falsely charge the
Dominion Government with withholding from the new Provinces what they
had never had any claim to, in equity
or otherwise, and that the Government stole from them that which they
never at any time possessed.
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION      I
HEIO ANNUAL MEETING
Officers   Were   Elected   at   Gathering I
Held   Here���Westminster  Men
President and  Secretary,
"Get the Habit��
Sweet-Hearts  and--
"Thirty feet ta the gulf."
CLOSE SEASON ON RIVER
CAME IN FORCE AT MIDNIGHT
Compulsory   Suspension    Hit    Dealers
Hard   Following   Poor   Run���
Boats Sent to Gulf.
The annual meeting of thy  British
Columbia    Football    association,    tho
governing  body   of   association   football In the province, was held at the
armouries,  Sixth street, last evening. ;
J. Adams, Ladysmith,    occupied    the
chair.    The  representatives    of    the
clubs present were Secretary Sanderson,   Ladysniith:    W.   Ellis,   Hepburn
and   Risk. Vancouver;   T.  W.  Haslam,
New Westminster;   McKinnell, Nana!- I
mo.    The balance sheet showed    that;
there was a fiair credit in hand.
The new officers elected were;
President, T. .1. Mahoney, Westmin- !
ster; first vice-president, .1. McKin-
nel, Nanaimo; second vice-president,
D. McCallum, Vancouver; secretary-1
treasurer, B. it. McMillan, New Westminster.
Nanaimo was declared to be the
champion team of the province. The
protest of the Thistles against Nanaimo was thrown out. No medals will
be given the teams which won thr
championship last year, owing to lack
of funds. The. Island league will use
the league system this season, and
Vancouver distinct the cup tie system-
The next meeting will be held In
Nanaimo.
Chocolates���A   good combination
" Fine business, " boys ! ! '
Today's    special:      Tuesday     only.
Sovereign half box chocolates, 20c.
The   Fair
240 Columbia Str*tt
New Westmin^*
Note-Wednesday's special,'"Teapots"
' W. Buy for Ca*h and Sell forth* Sqn
The i' tninion r tgul itiens imposing a
thr      iveeks close season came    into'
for       u   midnighl   last   evening,    the
resu       .   which Is that  the fishermen:
will       unable to continue their occu-
pation, ind the dealers will have difficulty   In fulfilling eastern orders.    As
was  announced two  months ago. an
effort was made to remove the close
season by petition to the minister of i
marine, but  without success. ,
In consequence of this the dealers
paid large ; rices last evening for flsh,
in order to try and fill their orders,
as the bad run of the last few days
has ten much against them. The
seven inch mesh would have been
welcon - the men, preserving the
3malli ��������� i   arrangements    are
alrea ly .. le to send men away
��� ���  ai ;   Tob.   Dale's,   where  the
his siz ��� is permitted.
��� *    Pac  ���   -'   tug   belonging
I olumbia  Cold   Storage    com-
it   - ���]-���' gulf fishing Intsi-
i,   '.:*, 1  has    fitted    up u-wo
-  vs fo   the men accompanying it.
ll TRY    AN |
j Autonller
1 Fountain Pen j
FOR     SALE     BV
mMJm I! J.J. MacKay & C o.
"I   didn't   know   we   could
get such good work in West
minster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot or
stationery.
PRINTING THAT 18 CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 383
Stationers
News Dealers
*   Booksellers
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J       It j*out watch is Btopplng or not  running Batisfactorilj -   *
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��� an expi naive movement which is not acting as It ahoul i  11    i n .     *
X regulate it down to the seconds after putting it In proper ordi J
|W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th^iew^rj
I GIVE US A TRIAL j
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TODAY    WILL   BE   THI     BANXlU   BAR   .*.'',    OAY    VI
on's
John:
��ig Shoe House
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE���More new goods have been placed on the tables, and the prices on these
along with all the others will have a good deep cut. Wholesale prices reign today Shoe up the entire
family and you will be money in pocket. We can't tell you of all the good things we have here, but a
few prices will show what we intend giving you at our big bargain feast today. We have what you
want and will make the price to suit you. Everybodys pocketbook can be .satisfied at "The Big Shoe
House."   Take a look at these prices, then stay away if you can:
fc
Ladies'  Shoes
Ladies' white canvas Blucher cut Oxfords;   regular  $1.75    ind    $2 10,
for  $t .05
Ladies' American Sne kid Blucher cut black Oxfords;  reduced    from
$3.00 to $2.00
Ladies' $l.oo an.l $4.50 tan and brown  oxfords;   our best  American
make for, a pair  . .$2.75
SPECIAL.���Women's light and heavy sole, fine kid Oxfords;  regular
$2.50 for $1.75
The "Cross Shoe," patent and tan    pumps;     regular    $5.00    values
for    $3.50
American patent leather Oxfords In button and lice;    regular   $i ,o
for   $3.50
Ladies'  pink and blue $3.00 canvas   Oxfords   for    $2.25
Lndi'as'  house slippers, a pair 75c
Children's Shoes
Today's Price on This
Shoe $2.75; Regular
$4.00 Line.
SPECIAL LINE.���I'l-i pairs of children's $1.00 and $1.25 shoes for 60c
Children's $1.25 white canvas shoes, per pair   75c
Children's $1.25 and $1.75 patent and kid slippers. Bizes 8 to  10%, for,
per pair  95c
Children's kid Oxfords and slippers, sizes 1 to T'_: regulai $1.25, for,
P'-r pair 70c
Misses' white canvas $1.50 Oxt i. i, [or, a pair  95c
This "Packard" Shoe fur
$3.95; Regular Prlci! Sb.
Men's Shoes
AMERICAN  CHC-S FOR  MEN.
i lie Newark  tan, button Oxfords; i   r  5.00 shoe for      *3-50
The Newark patent leather Blucher Oxfords; our $5.00 line ier $3.50
Men's gun  metal American Oxfords   regular $5.00 lines tor ������ *3'50
Men's tan *:>.ni) Oxfords for *--95
Men's $4.00 box calf and kid loots  now    *3-00
Men's best whit,, canvas Hals und Oxfords, all Goodyear well makes;
regular $:',.oo goods now  -*1-9**
All our $6.00 and $6.50 Walkover shoes, in    patent,   tan-   and   -'"'
metals, now, a pah-    $5.00
All Our Men's High
and Low Cut Shoes
Reduced From 10
to 50 Per Cent.
WE WILL LOOK FOR YOU TODAY
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Johnston s Big Shoe House, Limited
Now Is Your Chaice to Outiit the ,_,     0.        e   .     -,.    -,,    . .   _
Whole Family at Wholesale Prices.   1 he Sign of the Dig Llectric Boot
Columbia Street
Big Cut on All Woiking Boots, TU
esoAV,
AUGUST 25. 1��Ot.
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T. H. S
ith Hie lash Stores
Extraordinary Week
End  Values
40c Misses' Silk Gloves for 10c pair
In black and white and all colors, silk lisle, lace openwork and plain. This is a
5Weep out line of our stock of misses' gloves at a fraction of their original cost.
peffUlar 35c and 40c a pair, now at 10c a pair.
Unheard of values in White and Colored Bedspreads
$1.75 Honeycomb Spreads for $1.15
,   h.).     . mi:,, fringed; good tn il >.; re    -
��   for
1.15
$2.00 White Bedspreads for $1.50
In   White Honeycomb, fringed and unfrtnged; also
Marseilles and damask; -ill best English ma p i
Regular  $2.<nt  value, tor      $1-50
$1.50 Colored Bedspreads for $1.15
Id   white and red, white and blue, etc.; extra heavy honeycomb   cotton;    fringed;    regulai
$1.10
$2.50 Marseilles Spreads for $1.75
ad distinct   kinds ione    imb  satin  damask   Marseilles,  full dou '-  bed   size;   regulai
ich
$1.75
'5c Fancy Bureau Scarfs for 35c
i  muslin, IS.:.',I
1     regul i     75c,   tor..
35c
50c Bureau Covers for 25c
fringe
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Two Remarkable Offerings
in Table Damask
lot no. i��� 243 yards of pure .. hIt ���   al a   lam
c-	
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gulai   75c.    N , '.
   50
300 Table Cloths for $ 1.50
L'3T NO.;    Size JxlO, white satin dan i       beaul good qualltj
|3.00 fo    $1.50
A Magnificent Oil Paintin;
Given  Away Free
-   of the low prices we are Belling goods all this week, we .ive awa .1 el irge with
!        i    lase a magnificent oil palnUng 14x22, and with every ��1         '���<  ���   > painting    22x<sb
le checks, come now and select your picture, the tlmels  limited    We   *'ill lay it aside ^
an halt are alreads gone. ���*
See tKe  Ligktning Artist at
Work     in    Our   Window
T. H. S
ITH
Tke   Wide-Awake    Store
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Morrison    will    take
case ���      here <>n Saturday.
A ���'" Id clgai   bul strong on Quality.:
j the   A ito.' ��* I
|   *'  vv  M :   Dominion express
i asen1   ...       todaj   trom  a   week,.
holi' ' it ai Boundary bay.
During   iale   ipen    everj    evening.
I We.vtii.ti-*. : i ,,   ing company.       **
The hour ,,: meeting of the executive
of iti.. Westminster Publicity association on Thursdaj evening   has   1-een
' changed from Bve to eight o'clock.
Bee I   Eugene Brown's window for j
the latest  in fall shirts. ��* \
A   big bush   tire  which    hacl     been
raging al  Stave hike for several days
j U now under control, according to advices brought down yesterday.
For cut flowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
The tug Restless came In yesterday
even ng trom Porl Neville with a
boom of logs for the Small ,v- Bucklin
mill,
Plenty of shoe bargain i to be procured luring the nexl tew ���'. ���-. - at
Johnston's    ig  sh',,- Btore.
A  Chinese  funeral took  place yes-
terdaj  afternoon from Murchie'a un-
iai lors    to   the    Chinese
,.;,... be decea _ed    'i"in_:    Hon*.
San, ,... ! ���������<
Boys' - ing school boots for 90c.
West, li   tei  Clothing company.       **
Through the efforts of the Ladies'
A iri of the W< -t End Methodist clutreli
the grounds surrounding the parson-
age hav,. been recently cleared and
Improve 1
We   in   offi ring  the  biggest  snaps
���heard of in New Westminster al
our greal  shoe  sale    Johnston's big
-..,, ��� ' **
Mrs.  Ii    ii   i ick, who for the   past
��� en  visiting Mr. and
Mrs.   K    W.   Mclnnes,   left   yesterday
for Sa o, on a  visit  to her
: i   ��� ��� ier.
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Solid Comfort in a Students'Easy <t��Q r\{\
Chair $12.50 for  $.$J.UU
SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR   BARGAINS
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.    J
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
Foi
bath
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-��� reet
-    ��� n    roomed    house,
. -   .      i losets,   wood-
. irriage   house;
For  further
192 Eighth
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; ���      Mayera
-���:   -��� just b
... ..-   the
and
scows.
o   ; ii ref
-
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The   [-... s were in
���    ,     .   , . uc      -    which
- io -iin- run ��� till the
n   m.    The  Inspector  I I   the
.   ers to be In a satlsfai   i     condl-
;*.,:��� ii'-- class cut flowers pot plants
mquets   telephone    Davis & Son.
,i its.    Tel. B208.
a Japanese employee of Fraser
Mills was admitted to the Royal Columbian hospital yesterday evening
uttering trom bruises sustained by
getting pinned under falling lumber.
He is  progressing satisfactorily.
Clearing out ail our summer boots
and shoes to make way for the swell
fal   and winter goods.   Johnston's big
Shoe  store,
\ meeting of the executive of the
local union of Christian F-ndeavor will
e held in Queens avenue church on
Thursday evening, when a proposal to
charter a number of B. C. B. ft. ears
tor the convention being held in Vancouver nexl month will be discus- d.
Regular   $1   suit   eases     for     $1 45.
Westminster Clothing company.
\ meeting ot the committee appointed to arrange details in connection with the concert to be given In
honor Of the lacrosse players in the
opera house on Monday evening next
Is to be b. Id tonight The question
of chargtng an admission tee will be
debated at length.
Angus McCormack was sentenced
at the city police court yesterday to
three months in jail for passing
bogus cheques. V 'litem MeNiff was
titled $M> nnd costs for being drunk In
���he Indian camp east of the city market.
An effort Is being made to extend
the trap shooting tournaments this
year. In view of the late opening of
the grouse shooting season. A shoot
for the Carver cup and the l.upont
trophy Is to he held at Moody square
this evening which, according to pre
vious arrangements, was to have been
the last of the season, if satisfactory
arrangements ean be made, three or
four more shoots will be made,
An auction sale will be held at.
the fashion livery stables on Friday
afternoon next and each succeeding
Friday afternoon. Sale commences at
2:30. Horses, cattle, rigs, etc., will
e Included. **
At'ter spending aboul ten days
camping at Pitt lake, a patty of six.
consisting of Frank Relchenbach, Sid
Maleolmson. I ir. F. P. Smith Teddy
Ferneaux (Vancouver), Clarence McLean   and     R,   .1.   Mitchell,     returned
��� ���   on Sunday afternoon.
Men'.- good   strong     working     -aits,
ilar price $|n, for $3.25. Westmln-
Clothlng company. **
I ll. Kennedy, M. P., had an interview with (!. A. Keefer at Victoria
with reference to the Fraser river
Improvement on Saturday, and discussed the situation. An early start
will be marie, as soon as a suitable
��������� can be obtained.
Not nuel" tn please the eye, but to
Please the  pi | ite.    The "B.  C."  and
Old Sport" Cigars. ���*
John F. Deeks applies to the water
commissioner for a record of 100
Inches for domestic and Irrigating purposes from the Brsl gulch south ot
-' ' , mer harbor, running Into II1 we
3ound, Three applications have
... behalf of Charles S.
B for  IHe, six   and  seven   inches
respectively, from an unnamed Btream
flow a '   noi ��� a  into Burrai i  Inli I.  for
general purposes on lol 212,
I,  We-- minsti r district,
A quiet   wedding   ' i      ill mnlzed at
the  i"-' lence   of Rev. W.  H.  Barraclough    esti   laj evening,  ��������� bpn  I.  R.
Scott,   o    Westminster  June ion.   and
;       .-��� ��� ,i.i   Baine,  daughtei  of    H,
I   Porl   Moody, wet <��� joined  in
the holy   ' 'tils  of  matrimony.      The
ridegroom is the second son ol
��� .. Col,   i. T. Scott, of Porl  M ly
After spending a shorl honeymoon
visiting the sound cities, Mr and Mrs.
Se,tt will return to Westminster
Junction, wlure Mr. Scot! is engaged
In I   - iness as a contractor,
censlon, her first aerial experience, at
a picnic given near here, and was U>
have made a parachute drop. The girl
lost her nerve when the balloon
reached the proper altitude for the
descent and was carried for several
miles east of the city  where she la.nd-
ed exhausted In a field
No more need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
I and
MADE  IN  LANADA
Mail   orders  filled   same  day   as   received.
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
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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
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FAIR   BALLOONIST   IS
LOST UP   IN   THE  CLOUDS
Dayton,    Ohio.    Aug.    -JL���Clinging
desperately to a trapeze    bar    Miss
<is-unier.   of   Springfield,   Ohio,     was
In the Clouds for three hours yester lav.    The girl made a balloon as-
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you do not want to take the trouble of explaining it by letter?
If you are. you need not put off any more, but just drop a card
telling me the amount you wish covered and whether It is on build-
in ;;, or contents and I will do the rest, so that it is no trouble at. all.
I receive many mail orders to place insurance and always glv^
them my personal and  prompt attention.    Give me   a chance   to
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PAGE SIX.
THE DMLY NEWS.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 25
TUES
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SCHOOLS OPEN WITH
GOOD ATTENDANCE
(Continued from Page One.)
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard BlocK, New Westminster, B C
Rogers. This was heartily accorded.
Mr. Peck spoke at some length on
the necessity ot discipline in the high
school. Those who were passing
through the -boys' and girls' departments looked for a relaxation of discipline in the high school, but such
ought not to be the case. They must
carry habits of obedience with them
from those class rooms to the higher
forms if the school was to hold together.    (Applause.)
Mr.    Peebles    congratulated    Miss
Rogers on passing 100 per cent, of her
pupils into the high school (applause),
land after remarks from Rev. R. Lennie, to the effect that education was
continuous  through life,  the trustees
adjourned to the boys' department.
Gymnasium promised.
Presenting the rolls of honor, deportment to Frank Belyea, punctuality
and regularity  to Fred    Staten,   and'
proficiency to John Featherstonruiugh.
Mr. Trapp urged the hoys to tcke <_are
of the. school property, for which the
trustees   were   responsible.   He  hoped
to see a  gymnasium provided in    the
near future.
Mr. Kennedy, in    a pleasant    little
s;ieeeb.  distributed tiie entrance cer-
tlficates,  twenty-one out    of twenty-
Jireci   having  passed.     He    reminded
them of the opportunities    they    enjoyed iu schools, books and    teachers
over his generation.   Whatever measure of success he had obtained    per-
sonally  was  due to his  teachers  who
over half a century ago had impressed
their   example    uimn    him.    and    to
zealous      home      study      afterwards.
(Applause. *
Principal's Prizes.
Rev. ,1. S. Henderson was called
upon to gji-e away the prizes presented by the principal, W. C. Coatham.
They were as follows: Sjiolling, Allan Shaw; reading, Allan Ramsay;
writing, E_l__on Cooper and .lohn Mercer; literature, George Sutherland,
arithmetic. John Peathersionhaugh;
geography, William Innes and Roland
Gilley; grammar and composition,)
liaison; i 'ma lian history. John
"THE
*MiX��ABL��4
natjui vwAf
MAUJIU YOlMt
ir-mou^aim\
JfCtf-MJUll-t
Dispatched by C. V. R. train at 7:lo
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
dally.
Millside No. 1, daily eu��K. Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, daily except
Sunday. Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway
Co., 6:30 ��_���__.
Vancouver, No. 1, dailyexcept Sundays.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at l.:*2a
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (0.
P. R. first mail). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, ail points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton, No. 2;  MUlsld ���     I.     ,
I Coquitlam, dally except Sun'<��>.   jw
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Servics.
Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan ; turn mail received at 10:30 p.m
ffHAJMBIING
��md   HEATING
front Streel    Trust Blocl*
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office  'Phone  18s.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columbia Street
���Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill, Tues
days and Fridays. Return mails re
ceived Tuesdays and Fridays*
Ail down river points via Vancouver
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,    Wednesdays
end Fridays;   leaves 13   a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i*,13 u. m.:
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler. 4 p   m.:
To southern points, dally exc-^pi
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays .and Thursday.:,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Sa'.u--
days. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8 45 a.m.:
Cloverdal-e, Nicomekl, Fun rCelU,
Hazelnrere, Hull's Prairie, Bonac-
eord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points in eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at ...to p.m. Bonar-*-d Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
July 21, 27, August 3, 9, 15.
VANtOUVER-V'CTORlA  ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
I daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Ste*mer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal 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.
S S  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports;  7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:80   pm. daily,
j except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
| leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves .Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
ar-
history, Ronald
mi... Ge -   ������
.    Arthur Cotton;
John Pi
Mercer;      Bi tl h
V, hitaker;     n
...
. ���
m
...   ma ... i        medal, for I
tin ��� . JobnFea _u i
1 thai lasl . '
 in iIngll-inn.in. this yeai
bj a Scotchman, and he hoped next
year bj an Irishman i Laughter and
applause.)
Trusti eg Peck, Pee ilea and Kev. lt
Lennie congratulated Mr, Coatham on
the showing of the school, and with
cheers for the visitors the proceedings terminate.!.
amdianPacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Canadian National Exhibition'
Toronto
Tickets on sale Augusl _:iili to September 3rd. Good until September
26th,    Fare $f,2.70 return.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster,
or to  B.  J.  COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Van.Gtiv.,r.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mil ��� loo an 1 waj ports, with passengers   and   treight.
Leaves    Brackman <fc   Ker    wharf,
New -. aster,   Tue_.d;iys,   Thurs
days  and  Saturday  at  8  a   rn.
Lea.       . Iiilllwacli  Wednesday,  Fri-
day and Sunday at 7 au m.
For   .. es and particulai s, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
H. WH'ITMORF,, fieoretary.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and 'I'enth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth aveuue aud Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row. ,
14--Columbia  and   Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's   avenue and   Sixth.
24���a-.in avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avxue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.   Station.
42���Small ft  Bucklin  Mills.
Grand Trunk Ry.
i
i
Excellent Train Service Between^
i
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
i
| And all the principal business centers of
(ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
j Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via [Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adTlress
GEO. W. VA'oX,
A^rtant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
A^ent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
I_eave6 Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p.  m.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria S p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver    10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;   at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith,
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  ItHh of
��very   menth.
DP RIVER.
Reaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chill-wack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New West-
mi��ster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Tlinr-.i ,;,-,   Friday   and   Saturday    at    ::
p.m,   Except Satu it 2 p.m. Ad II
Ioi ., trip Monday 5 a.m
la a.e    Westham    I slam!    Mondaj
Tuefday,  Wedne day, Thursday. Saturday at 7 a.m.   Friday 6 a.m.   Add,
tlonal  trip Saturday  leave  Ladner  at
5  p.m.
Synopsis ui  Unaiiian   Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lauds witb-
in the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole head of a. family, or
any male over IS years of age, to the ,
extent of one-quarter section of 160 '
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district lu
which the land is situate. Entry by-
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sisU; of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans;
(ll At least six months' residence
upon aud cultivation ot the laud iu
each  year  for three  years.
t2) If tae father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
Satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may lie satisfied by residence
'uiion the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dom
inion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one yearn
at an annual rental of $1 per acre,
Not more than 2560 acres Bhall be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W, CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
Sentjta Approval A
To Responsible Pkoi'uk   ���'
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
.CJHTA.i,'
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call or address
KT>  OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E.  .1.  COYLE.
Aiat. Gen. Puss   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Superintendent. Vlotorla.
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Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID.  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Cresting*, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
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Office and Works:
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
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225     Majtillo Btdg..
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Homeitead Regulation.
Any even numbered section ot i>
minion lands ln Manitoba, S^snaict
ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 andS
not reservod, may be homesteads u
any person who is the sole hesuloli
family, or any male over IS yeani
age, to tbe extent of one-quartw s��-|
tlon of 100 acres, more or less,
Application for entrj must j.l
made in person by the applicant ll
it Dominion Lands Agency or eii..|
| agency for the district in which tli
I land Is situate. Entry by prosy mi,
however, be made at an as*> l y ot
certain conditions by the father n_.*._.
er, son, daughter, brother or Blsteid
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls rejulred It (tfi
I form the homestead duties under OH
of tbe following plans*
!     (1)    At least six uiutitlis' r..-_l-_ti|
upon   and   cultivation of the land I
each year for three years,
(_)    A Homesteader  m      i! htl
d'ssires.   [icrforni   the
deuce  duties  by  living on   tan
land owned   solely   bv  hlm
than eighty   (80)   acres   n extent,!
the  vicinity of his homestead
ownership In land will not meett)M
reciulrrment.    B
(U) if the tether (or mother JriM
father is deceased) of i eetttJn
hus permanent residence
land owned solely bj hlm ���*���!
than eighty (80) acn _ In extent,
the vicinity of the home tead oi i
un a homestead entered lor :��� v-j|
in the vicinity, such homesteadet fflffl
lierfcirm his own residence '.:*>��� Wl
living with the  father  (01
(tl The term "vicinity" In .betid
preceding paragraphs is defined
meaning not more tUaD nine r_>*��|
a direct line, exclusivp of the ��*|
of road allowances crossed In '*|
iiii.isurement. ^^^^^^^^^^^
(fi) A homesteader li tendinj '���'
perform his residence I it ��� - '��� 1
cordance with the a iovi * 1!
with parents or on farm ��� ' ��� "J
ed by himself must m 111 ' " l-'"
for the district ol sui I
six in,mills* notice In '���'���  '-ng"
i,e given to the Comm \
minion Lands at Ott
i'i apply for pal ���
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Deputy of th<   M    Istei n,f
N.   H.    Unautnc  * \
Mils  advi ������   en enl
for.
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Trains & Steame
CP.R.   MAIN  WNE.
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11:30 p.m. 1908.
n,Y   AUGUST 25,
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any
the
FERNIE SUFFERERS HELPED
BY WESTMINSTER RESIDENTS
.J. T. Trachy         2.50
Innes & Reid         5.00
ltoyal City Realty Co      5.00
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
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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.
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public  early in the  morning,
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the medium
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SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
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.
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For
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To   get
use space in
touch    witn   Kim
TKe Daily News
This   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association 0f Chatham is a level-headed
organisation At a recent meet-
toj newspaper advertising was
bussed, and the general opinion
Jt tht member, was that news.
,nper advertising was the best, and
Sam and other advertising of
ihat class was almost useless.
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders toi tin erection and completion of a jail it Cloverdale will
be received bj the undersigned up
to Wednesdaj uoon, Aug. 26. Plans
and specifications may be seen at
my office, Sixth and Clarkson streets,
nnd at. clerk's office, CJoverd.lt.
Lowest, or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
C   H.   CLOW,  Architect.
;   Notice
Telephone communication ha3 been
established with WESTMINSTER
.'JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAM-
> | MONT), HANKY, RI'SKIN. Other offi-
|' ces on the line to Mission City will be
! ��� opened shortly. Notice will be given
[las additional offices are opened.
��� British Columbia Telephone Co., Lld
[     The  following
of contributions
! relief fund:
is the  complete  list
to date to the Fernie
Brown's barber shop
Fraser chop house ..
Hee Chung 	
Settlers'   Association
50
.50
2.00
2.00
Cash.
VS.. F. Hansford	
C. B. Sword  	
-Miss George 	
.1. G. Brymner 	
C. G. Major  	
P. J. Hart & Co	
W. L. House 	
Wm.  Wolfenden  	
Ur.  Drew   	
W.  H. Barraclough  ..
Dr. Walker   	
5.00
10.00
2.00
a.00
10.00
.00
2.00
2.50
10.00
5.00
5.00
2
Employees  penitentiary        14.00
Malins, Coulthard & Co      2-00
Thos.
G. It
Mowbray
Speck
2.00
1.00
Wise     100��
  1.00
  20.00
  10.00
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Notice
Notice is  lerebj given that the Vancouver Power company,  Limited, has
'this daj   leposited in the Land Registry Office at -he City of  New West-
[minster,   British   Columbia,   the  plan
iand  book of  reference  of  the  West-
minster-Chllliwack Railway Extension
from a point at or near lots one and
two,   city block   four  in  the   City   of
New Westminster, to -\bbotsford passing through    the    Municipalities    of
Surrey, Delta,   Langley,  Matsqui  and
X the  townsite  of  Ahbotsford   in    the
*! District   of   New   Westminster,   being
��� section   one.  two   and  three  of  said
��� j railway, as shown on the said plan and
J , approve,| and sanctioned by the Chief
J j Commissioner of Lands and Works for
��� the Province of British Columbia.
*'\    Dated thi. Tth day of August. A. D.
i   1908
��� j
��� i     Solicitor
4 . Compar,-.-  Limited
���
Vanstone & Co. ...
George Kennedy ..,
E, R. Fitzgerald  ,..
L. C. Hill 	
T.  W. Haslam  	
James Lord   	
Westminster bowlin
Bartenders' union	
.1.  H. Todd 	
A   Friend   	
Mrs. C, Purvis 	
D,  Boyle   	
G. W. Beggs 	
to & Co	
Gilley Bros	
II   Morey & Co	
_    .   l  L.  Hill	
Whiteside & Edmonds  .
T   R. Pearson 	
.1. E. Allen (N. C. B.)   ..
Employi es B. C. E. R.   ,
P.  Peebles   	
H. M. Marshall  	
Archibald Bro-	
T. L. Briggs  	
Columbian Pub. Co,  ...
Model Grocery   	
Schaake Machine Works
F. Crake         1-00
William Turnbull         2.00
Miss  Ward   	
J. D Kennedy ..
P. O. Bilodeau ...
B. C. Distillery  ..
L. A. Lewis   	
Father O'Boyle . ,
R. .1. Rickman . ..
Rev. A. Shildrick
W. .J. Kerr's office
A. E. Rand 	
J, J. Cambridge .
John Sprott  	
O.  Wilkie   	
H   P. McMartln ..
D. W. Johnston .
J. Reid 	
J. S. Clute 	
C. S. Keith  	
R. H. Cheyne .M
S. A. Fletcher       1.00
5.0o|A. P. Grant        i-.OO
r,. ijii  .1.   M ahoney          1.00
1,00   Dr.   Doherty        10.00
20.00
5.00
10.00
���l.DD
2.00
5.00
3.00
25.00
50.00
10.00
50.00
5.00
14.00
10.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
i.OO
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1 00
2,00 Myers Gray
50 |���  Wilson   . .
I oo W. H. Nesbit
1,00 M.  Monk   . ..
80.00 D. F. S. P.  .
5.00 Calgary  ....
5.00 8. J.
j.00
5.00
5.0H
7. B0
5.00
.50
1.50
i !ity
Hall       -*0*00
10.00  Westminster Japanese   ....
10.00  Burqultlam  	
50.50   Bank of Montreal   	
5.00 Citizens' picnic committee
5.00 Rose lodge, S. O. E. B. S...
2.50i H. 0. Brown  	
10.00 George Mead 	
10.00!
25.00;
25.00'
21 ,60
2.00
50.00
25.00
15.00
1.00
5.00
I Collected by Chief Mcintosh.)
for
A. E. BECK,
the Vancouver  Power
Drew       10*00|
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X Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
No   connection    with   any
combine.
., All time work 60c per hour.
��� Satisfaction guaranteed
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��� R. Miles, Princess St.
* Phone A 377.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANT.
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next    sailings   of   tne    Empresses
Sept -l and IS.
For  other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. .Agent
SB
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WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackman & Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at li p.m. daily
except Saturdays, for Sunbury.
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Gulchon.
Westham Island, Steveston and all
Intermediate points, carrying passengers   and  light   freight.
Returning leaves Steveston at 6
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m.. arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
except  Saturdays.
Saturdays   leave   Steveston  at  6
a.m. and 4 p.m. for up river points.
Saturdays leave Now Westminster
at  2   p.m.
Tickets, rates, etc., at
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO..
260 Columbia street, or on board,
.1.   C.   BRUCE.
Dr.  Frank Smith   .
Dominion  Pipe Co.
Dr. Green   	
P.  Birrel   	
W. J. Armstrong
Dr. GJ
Small & Bucklin 	
John Stewart i. Elgin)   	
C. E. Bartley 	
A.   Swanson   	
Ed.  Walmsley   	
Thomas Grey 	
E. Suit 	
Mrs. I.  McMartin  	
William Goodfellow  	
.1.   Lovee  	
.1. (!. Gamon  	
('ant. Plttendrlgh  	
Malins. Coulthard & Co	
Robert Kennedy   ,	
Diamond bar', er shop 	
John  Wise   	
\*. '..   Nelson  	
D. S. Curtis 	
Drs. Holmes & Hacking ...
G.  Kawlison 	
Ed.   Goulet  	
E. J. Fader, and office staff
John  Crean   	
D, Grossman  	
George  E. Mar: in   	
F. B. Lyle 	
Robert  Jardine  	
T.  Gifford   	
John   Peck   	
A. E. White.	
H. T. Kirk 	
,1. W. Mcintosh 	
Rev, J. S. Henderson  ....
A. Pringle   	
M. Sinclair  	
M. L. Rugg	
Mel.eod, Mark & Co	
W. J. Walker 	
E.  M.  Meredith  	
James Johnston   	
Mrs. Hugh Gordon  	
George Turner   	
J. w. Crelghton 	
W. W. Forrester	
.1. A. Montgomery 	
Jos.  Armstrong  	
Dr.   Kenny   	
H. Ryall  	
1.  Hudson   	
s. ll. Thompson  	
I John Reld 	
| A.  M.   Fraser   	
White. Shiles & Co   	
H.  Horer  	
J.   Crane   	
Mayers & Preston
Martin  &
5.00
25.00
2.50
5.00
10.00
J.  L   .Mclnnes 	
G. F. Bradshaw . ��� .
E.  Gelser   	
J. C. Gill  	
W.  Hay   	
W. Bourke  	
D.  McLeod   	
George McMurphy
b.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
25.00 ^^^^ ^^
2 001     (Collected at St. Mungo Cannery.)
2.50iS.R  lAm
5.00 George C. Waldie    l-00
1.00 j George Stagg   > *0''
2.00 j Bruce Fisher    ** 00
2.00 ; Andrew  Halcrow     1 - (|��
2 .00  John K. Raphail   ] -00
2.00 !.lames Canfield    ^*00
2.00 1st   Mungo Canning Co  20.00
8.50 James Anderson   10*0li
10.00
5.')')
2.00
10.00
25.00!
85.00
25.001
2. Oui
5.00 I
50.00j
io.oo'
2.00
5. Ot-
10 . 00
10.00
10.001E
10.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
15.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
(Collected _ y the Dally News.)
Daily   News        25.00
T. H. W	
Mrs. W. N. Bole  	
Brewery employees  	
A.  Whealler 	
J.  B  .Wilson  	
Friend   	
Anonymous 	
HI).  Bourke   	
1.00
10.00
15.00
5.00
20.00
2.00
2.50
.   2.00
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It YOU War. a Situation.
W. A. Gilley  	
,1. B. Kennedy  	
Ganlhouse Bros	
j. J. MacKay & Co. .
,1. j, Jones  	
Diamond Barber Bhop
J, Relchenbach  	
H. O. Buie 	
W. J. Brennan   	
Holbrook hotel   	
William Collier  	
j. D. B. McDonald .,
R.  Elley   	
B. C. Cigar factory
E. Falch  	
Occidental hotel ...
Alex. Matheson ....
Jas. Wise  **�����
Al. Peters	
Merchandise.
W.  E. Fales 	
Thomas Rutledge 	
Goudy 	
N. W. Creamery 	
Hardman & Co	
M. J. Phillips 	
Daniels  &  Loat   	
George Adams  	
Brackman-Ker	
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Hale.   Bros	
... A.  Lee  	
(Westminster Clothing Co.
50.00 I Reid & Co	
5.00|C.  A. Welsh   	
2.00   T.   Mulr  	
5.00   Adams &  Deans  	
5.00   Mrs. Birtch 	
5.00  T. H. Smith   	
5.00 W. S.  Collister  	
10.00  w. C. Chamberlin 	
5.001 W. E. Sinclair 	
T. S. Annandale  	
Johnston Shoe Store	
11   Morey & Co	
...  N.  Altchison   	
MeMeueiny  Meat Market
West End Grocery 	
Slug On Co	
Huong On Wo & Co.  ...
Sing Ket:  	
Ning Lai & Co	
Jackman & Burtman      10.00
Edmonds Tea Co	
Mrs. Hoffard 	
Acme Clothing Co	
Frank  Broad   	
Benson & Ayling  	
Gordon Dry Goods Co	
Anderson &. Lusby  	
Fraser Valley Meat Market
5.00 j Frank MacKenzie 	
5.00  M. W. Grant  	
10.001 Howard and Muirhead  ...
10.00
5.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
I'.O.OO
30.00
18.00
25.00
.40.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
15.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
15.00
100.00
100.00
10.00
10.00
25.00
25.00
.    10.00
.    20.00
5.00
.    20.00
.      5.00
.      5.00
.    10.00
5.00
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5.00
6.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
35.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
14.00
23.00
20.00
5.00
Bryson & Sons	
Kyle & Son 	
Iaraon & Aune       5.00
H. Morey & Co    10,00
5.00|Belyet_ & Qo
2.60 A. L. Lavery
10.00
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*���     PAGE EIGHT.      ,,
THE D_A.ILY NEWS.
"i
TUESDAY
i "Clean Cut"!
That's Our Brand
Saws
Chisels
Hammers
Axes, Etc.
COLONEL EVANS HAS
HEARD LAST ROLL CALL
Time Is Money
Well Known Military Officer
of Winnipeg Dies in Battle
Creek Sanatorium.
i
Any of our tools bearing
"Clean Cut" are fully guaranteed
by- us.
ANDERSONf
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
*************************
We Have
ALL KINDS OP
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beat quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Winnipeg,   Aug.   24.���Military     men
and numbers of close personal friends
tn Winnipeg, wire shocked yesterday
afternoon when a brief despatch from
Battle  Creek,   Mich.,  announced    the
death of Colonel Evans, C, B��� D. O. C,
who hud been at the sanatorium there.,
for aboul  two weeks.    He had been
in   pour  health   for  a  short   time,  but
the illness was not considered   of   a
serious  nature  and  those  who  knew
Colonel    Evans    Intimately    thought!
that, with  his splendid  physique    re-'
covery would have been  mly a matter
of days.    Heath was due to an    affection of the brain, primarily caused 'by
ii  slight  sunstroke,  but  over work  in
paying too close attention to the details of his office, was partly respon-!
slble for the trouble.
After the brigade camp at Brandon
during the hot season the colonel
complained of being 111, and after tak-1
ing charge of the parade at the local
barracks on one of the extremely hot
days of July, his condition became
rapidly worse At that time he was
intent on clearing up his work preparatory to taking a long holiday in
the Yukon or in Europe, and he continued in his office until completely
worn out. His physicians advised him
to go to Battle Creek to recover some,
what before starting on his trip, ,and
thither he was accompanietl by Mrs.
Evans and Lady McMillan, mother of
the widow.
Prior to Saturday reports which
were received rrom there almost daily
told of bis slow recovery, but on that
day a change came and in the even-
ing Lieutenant-Governor McMillan
was notified by wire that the condition
of Colonel Evans was critical. He left
Sunday morning for Battle Creek. No 1
arrangements have been mad�� yet for!
the funeral.
BASEBALL TONIGHT.
I
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters.
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Rustlers and Sinkers    Meet    in    Sanguinary Encounter at Queens Park.
Two amateur teams, one the  famous Rustlers  and  the other a brand
new  nine    dubbed    the  Sinkers,  will
meet at Queens parK at 5:30 p.m. to-
i day to introduce a few new frills    in
; the baseball game.    No admission fee
! will be charged.   Judged by the show-
! ing of the players on each team    in
' the   past,  sides  are  evenly  matched,
j and should give an interesting exhibition of the game.    None of the regu-
I lar city team figure on the line tips.
The teams were picked yesterday
as follows:
Rustlers���J. P. Bllodeau, p; Frank
Bllodeau, c; Wright, lb; Cordon, 2b;
Ryall. lib; Lewis, ss; McLeftn, rf;
Owen, cf;   Hughes.  If.
Sinkers���McPhail, p; Yuill, c; A.
Sinclair, lb; Anderbtirg, 2b; Mannering, 3b; Robertson, ss; Ackiey, rf;
Kenny, cf;  Welsh, If,
Brotherhood of Owls
I TR A VFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J. llWiYCHJ VALUATOR . . .
An   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale  every Friday morning
cn  the   Market   square.
W       ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY
NEWS
A special conclave of New Westminster Nesl No. 29, will be held on
Thursday evening, August liTi li, in
Eagles' Hall Business of Importance
to   the   members   will   be   discussed.
A   social   session will   also  be  held!
mi   ih"   same   evening,   to   which   al)
mei rs of the Order are requested
to attend, By Order
A. G. PETERS, Executive,
J. .1. Randolph, Secretary, i
REAL ESTATE
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
TAKE TIME AND ATTEND THIS SALE BEFORE  IT IS TOO  LATE.
WE ARE NOT OFFERING ANY CHEAP,
POORLY-MADE SHOES;
BUT THE BEST THAT
CAN BE PRODUCED
BY THE SKILL OF
MAN; NO OTHER
STYLES BUT THE LATEST.
Tomorrow
Never Comes
to Those
Who Wait.
The Time for
Action Is
Right Now.
Your Feet
and Our
Shoes Will
Be Good
Friends.
GET THEM TOGETHER WHILE YOU HAVE
THIS TRULY MARVELOUS OPPORTUNITY   TO   SAVE.
THE PURCHASING
POWER  OF  YOUR DOLLARS   HAS   BEEN
Doubled
During This
Sale.
W. L Sinclair
jt   Tte Reliable Shoe Man
Collister's  Big Summer
Clearance Sa
**********
-"itijjtmt ���^���*"*tj' ���- ''"-*'������ ������������*
LASTS BUT A FEW DAYS LONGER
The last day of August brings the end of our big
sale. Hundreds of money-saving snaps are on the
bargain tables, and you will do well to investigate
these low offerings on House Furnishings, Staples
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Goods, Hosiery
Gloves, Neckwear, Etc.
Watch for
advertisment   of   Friday
and Saturday specials
this week
Ladies' $1.25 blouses
95c EACH.
-Neat, well made garments every
one of them and all sizes sthl to
he had in the range. A few lines
arc made with rows of insertion
and lace trimmings; tho balance
contains several different make
tips. Regular prices $1.25; sale
irice, each    9!ic
Ladies' wash skirts
$1.25 EACH.
Only a few left and they are remarkable value We still have
light and dark colors in duck, percale, pique, etc.; lengths 38, 40 and
42. Regular price $1.7r>. Sale price,
each   *1.25
A special bedspread
$1.25 EACH.
Four dozen only, white honey.
comb and soft Marcello Bed
spreads with or without fringe;
sizes GO by "0 and 66 by 72 inches.
Three qualities in the lot. Regular prices $l.a0 and $1.65, Sale
price, each  91.25
Tweed suitings-clearing at
50c PER YARD.
A  dozen  pieces    of    light    and j
medium grey  tweed    suitings,    in
neat  stripes   and   invisible checks!
ranging in width  from    42   to 50
Inches;     suitable     for   children's;
school  dresses or    ladies'    skirts.
Regular price 65c    to    S5c.    Sale|
price, per yard   	
A Great Clean-Up in the
Neckwear  Department
Wash and silk belts
EACH 25c.
A special clearance of belts
takes place during th'1 lust few
days of our sale. Belts of silk,
leather, linen and duck in many
varieties.    Regular prices    35c    to
Hundreds of  styles    In     Iflce
..50c I collars, linen tabs, turnover col-
 . | lars, muslin    bows,   sii..   bows.
I scarves, etc.; styles change so
I rapidly in ladies' neckwear that
! we alwaya endeavor to clean up
as each season ends, before receiving our new stock. Today's
offering gives you a greal choice
Of dainty styles. Regular prices
35c to    $1.00    All    one    price,
$1.on.    Each
. 25c   each     25c
Heavy materials for
boys' blouses
You can always obtain the besl
wearing materials for boys' blouses |
at our store. We import the best
procurable for this purpose.
Galateas, Avondale. suitings, Drill,
Indigo stripes, Oxford Ginghams
and uniform stripes ,and checks;
per yard   10c to 35c
New suitings
advance styles
Jusl arrive,l a dozen prices ol
fall suitings in neat stripe. and
must harmonious colorings. These
but serve to indicate what you
may expect in the n< w dress goods
which we hope to show next week.
Already customers are choosing
their fall <<ist nines fvoni among
these new lengths; 56 inches wide
Per  length    $9.00
New lace stocks and
fronts
Dainty collars of Guipure lat*
iu new styles direct from London,
Lug., by parcel post Lace colW-
,'!tes ot fronts in styles whicb are
decidedly pleasing and up-to-date.
These lace collars are in *ille'
cream or ecru
Serviceable laundry bags
Made of brown and white linen
mat, rials with the words laundry
or linen worked across one side,
Three styles onlj ; each    35c,   45c
and     75c
Hundreds of Remnants on
Sale This Week
at reductions of 20 to 30
per cent.
Remember the general reduction on every line of
Children's Dresses, Aprons, Sailor Suits, Blouses,
Buster Brown Suits, Etc.
On Sale This Week Only
and Monday Next
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
We Close at 5:30}

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