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lite, Shiles & Ca^      *J %;
FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
C.
����<��, B.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NUMBER 196.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONliA. .   AUGUST 10, 190..
FIVE CENTS PER i OPY.
ilES IN THOUSANDS
GATHER IN SEATTLE
Jminster   Sends   Strong
^legation     to     Annual
���ie Session This Week.
BELLINGHAM BEATEN     MOONSHINER PUTS      EMBARGO REPLACED
IN BASEBALL BURLESQUE j    DEPUTIES TO f LIGHT      ON INTERIOR LOGS
Punk Game on Saturday
Ended With Big Score
of 23 to 11.
FISHERMEN ARE HABRASSEO   SALOON MEN WILL
BY PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT     BOYCOTT OPPONENTS
 H Sam   North   Left   Eaiiy   This   Morning
Kentuck .  Woman Wounds: Order-in-Council Which Per-!   tc capture L*rge Number 0f Fish-
-,v thousand Eagles will assem-
Seattle tliis week to attend tlie
annual  grand  aerie  sesBlon of
fil. i  which had Its birth In that
en years ago.   Eighteen hundred
ti.    are   to   attend    the   grand
::... tings    which   begin  al   10
i in sday morning.    But aside
it:v  duly  accredited    delegates,
t\ thousand otner    members of
r are attending, and  Seattle
the largest, fraternal     'Villi  its history.
Washington Annex ha
as the official  headq
land  lodge and  already  several
kd delegates  have  registered.
Inster   Parade   on   Thursday,
js ready for the big parade of
in Thursday.    The states will
Biped in alphabetical order and
egatlons from each will be ac-
lieii by a band.   It is estimated
E. P. Edsen, grand marshal,
least 30,000  men  will   be  in
nl he says it will be the great-
pde ever seen  in  Seattle, not
{celled by the pageant that aid
furing the fleet visit.    The Can-
elegates   will   march    In   the
Ivisiun.
Line of March.
larude Will start promptly at 11
from First   avenue   and   Pine
f'nd will proceed on First ave-
a southerly direction to Main
bast 90 M-iiu street to Secij.nl
north "ii Second  avenue to
fereet, easl on Union street to
avenue     north   on   Seventh
lo Pike street,  west on  Pike
(Second avenue, and north on
ivenue *<   the Moore theatre,
same will disband.
Travelling in Style.
alrii, accompanied by about a
left early this morning
Itli   "ii   board  his  new  gaso-
11'      11.   C,"   travelling  down
'.������ tide in his favor,   He
���   Ing forward to this ex-
roi   Mime  lime,  as  it   will  af-
:n opportunity of testing the
a.   qualities of his yacht, this
lengthy trip undertaken
Ith.  craft.
'anson,  who  leaves  unlay for
(pentlon, is shipping his auto-
iuth,   and  expects     to  have
use tor it In the Sound city
It: ���   fi w  ,|ays he. will  bu there.
nl delegation is going to Seat-
supplied with spare cash, and
s to leave behind  it a repu-
Ithat   will  show   the  Americans
|ui idlans are far from close flat-
.'   comes  in  celebrating.
Large Delegation.
Ill<���.I  among the thirty or forty
gles   wliu are   taking in the
Itiiui are tlie following: Worthy
.!���   Idents:   K.   J.  Lynch,  Aerie
di li ��������� ite,     il.   Scholleld,   Eil.
VI,   Pi ters,   .lames   Wood,  and
Dalzlel.     IJ.   Clark,   W.P ,  will
Rend.    \ majority of these aud
11 ������  i      will   travel   south   over
���V u . leaving either tonight or
fi'A  morning,
���Jo   Candidates   for   Office,
local   aerie   has   no  candidates
for   Office   this   year,   neither
in- a rerj prominent part In
��� dings. An effort will, how-
made "i see that Canada is
esented on the list of elected
I officers. B majority of these expositions having in the past
pven  to  Americans.
is beenS^ '"' <*<-* Westminsters,
darters of|     " 'M'''V.',, ,      ne  0VCI'  minus
Represented b) a team playing poor
ball, Westminster defeated a bunch
from Bellingham at Queen's park on
Saturday afternoon in the worst game
seen here this season. So punk was
the class of ball put up by the two
teams that very few of the fans remained to see the finish ol* a long
drawn out game, devoid of interest
almost from Btart to Unish. The score
at the end of the ninth, after three
hours' colorless playing, was 23 lo 11
f  the  Westminsters.
 ^^^^^^^^^     tlie
regular catcLt". The other members
of the team probably play on the
bench as a rule, the showing made
here Saturday certainly not entitling
them to a place on anything better
than a schoolboy team. Pitchers .Mc-
Cawler and Hamill were freely hit,
Catcher Keene was certainly not the
mustard, Kightlielder Holbrook was
the poorest imitation of a ball player
seen In these parts for some time, but
does not need to improve much to
reach the standard of his team-mates.
The Bellingham boys were as weak
at the bat as In the field.
Sayce, who twirled for the locals.
was not in anything like his usual
form, while, his grabbing partner,
Prouty, contributed some to the afternoon's burlesque. Both of them, how.
ever, made good with the hickory,
each hitting freely &nd scoring four
runs. ..very member of the home
lo.'im' scored one or more tuns.
McCawler, who pitched the first
three innings for Bellingham, struck
out one man and passed one. Hamill,
who replaced him on the mat, struck
out seven. Both were freely hit.
Sayce walked six men and retired
eleven.
The teams: Bellingbam���Keene, c;
Tait. If; Hamill, lb and p; Thayer,
2b; Brown. 3b; Hurley, tf: McCawler,
p. and  lb;  Hanson, ss;   Holbrook, rf.
Westminster���Sinclair, lb; Prouty,
c; Silver. 2b; Barbaree, If; Stein,
3b; Canfield, rf; Fitzgerald, ss; Ball,
cf; Sayce.  p.    Umpire, Fred   Lynch,
Score  by   innings'.
Bellingham    1 0 1 0 .. 0 3 0 1���11
Westminster ..   41750051 x���23
One  Official   and   Routs
Other .
9.���Miss Mary
Fonts, .. .,; ag(, svidelj  known
as   the moonshiner,"   today
bad   a   pit ,       wiih     United
Stai ... ,  rcnched  at   her
camp ae_ Beavei I reek and armed
with a rifl . gir] flred flfty slim.-,
at the officials. United states Deputy Marshal Hiram Day was seriously
wounded and the other officials were
routed,
The woman occupied an advantageous position In a ravine overlooking a public roadway. The governmenl authorities have for a long time
tried to find and arrest her.
she has been engaged In moonshin-
Ing for eight years.
BETTING IN JAPAN MAY BE
BARKED BV GOVERNMENT
'���      "���-....   I
Tokyo. August  9.���The government
is investigating the nature of the bet-
tlng at the various race meetings and
If it is found to injure social order ln
any way it will be strictly prohibited.
A Tokyo paper says that Baron K.
Oura. the new minister for agriculture
and commerce, was always against
betting, the nature of which was gambling and should he dealt with under
the penal code.       .... _.	
Viscount Sone, president of the
house breeding office, also vice-president general in Korea, is also reported to have said when he was recently
In Tokyo that betting should be prohibited, and that the pari mutual was
also injurious to social order.
SEVERE RAIN STORM
FLOODS  MEXICAN  TOWN
mitted Exportation of Second Class Logs Is Rescinded
The 1 a   ��� ovi i ami nl   b
sciri ��� ���     a-councll ��� I   rfari I
i.M.i  of t ��� ....   i'. hich   i nisi '.   :h?
rgo on second class and Infi
lo ore that <l.i>��� , at     '   iwed
then ex]      ed to  thi    United
S iti 'I he rea in for th- oi li ��� was
that manj loggi t had old stocks ac
cumulating on their bands which weie
being destroyed bj teredos, and in order to insure sale of these, export was
Billowed to the United States, the ordi i
applying to all  but  No,  l   clear cut
Ions.
The government evidently considers
that loggers have now had sutli. ���
time to dispose of their old stock, and
as the lumber market rs in a healthier
condition, considers Itself justified
in rescinding the order which was un-
di rstood to be only temporary from
the first. The order-in-conncil only
applied to logs cut prior to March
18th, and the embargo remained on
ciil cm  Blnce that date.
ermen Above  the  Bridge.
Business Men Who Will Fight
Liquor Interests Will Lose
Trade of Seattle Hotels.
and ea       thi   morning, Pt
....   i     ii   .    Ovei "ei Sam v
. ��� .  ;.;,   bis assistant, Ro
"���   I   was due to li av<  on a still huni
for more   \ U tims  of  the    Pro. nclaJ
,'Tiir.ien;   fi hi i i'     regulai Ions   Vlr,
North  bad  made nn secret  of his In-
i ieiis,   and   bis   arrival   amonji 	
��� 'i.-iiiieii working above Westminster ;" the hut' '"'l "; a boycott that prom-
bridge was expected and even looked lses ��" be *'"' reaching enough to make
��� by the men who are obeying the -*��� disagreeable In a business way
Dominion regulations with regard to hnou-d l1"' ���' ' ,!' plans of the Royal
the weekly close hours, and by doing Vl'!' ���*' ''1!;i"i through,
so disregarding the  Provincial  regu-|    TiH' R":''11 A*','h "'wntl>  Instituted
Si attle, Angus! 9.   Merchants, m in
ifai I urers  and  i'i ofesslonal men  �� ho
I at  one time or another have  signed
petitions thai are In opposition to the
tng I iiquor  ii.ui. its   will  imd   themselves
HANEY FARMERS SEELING
BARBERRY BARK TOO CHEAP
Port Haney, Aug. 9.���A new Industry has been started in Haney, the
gathering of barberry ,bark for the
wholesale ding trade. An energetic
pioneer in this business Is offering
the fanners ou the low lands the munificent sum b! ten dollars for the
privilege of slashing the barberry
bushes and trees "ti each farm. In
many cases the offer Is accepted. He
then gets Japanese to work felling
and stripping the trees. The bark
ls then shipped to the States. It is
worth from |100 to $125 per ton iu
some places; in Others it brings more.
Right here In Canada it brings to the
East   Las  Vegas,   N.   M,  Aug.  <J.���  gatherer seven  cents a  pound. Matty
Following   one   of the   severest   rain  a  farmer, no;  realising the value of
r visited this town citi-   nls barberry trees, has sold live, or six
.storms that  eve
TALENTED SINGER COMINGTQ
WESTMINSTER NEXT WEEK
���/.in.-, living in certain parts of the city
are  tonight   facing the alternative of'dollars.
remaining  within doors Or wading iu
water   up  to   their  ankles.     Some  of
the Btreets  resemble mlnature rivers
nnd boys are having all kinds of sport
hundred dollars worth of bark lor teu
bilious,   which   curtail   their   working
time twelve  hours a  week.
All the men found fishing this morn-
ag will be summoned to appear before Stipeudary Magistrate Pitten-
drigh tomorrow morning, when about
a dozen other cases are also to be
beard, these fishermen having been
summoned last week.
The summoning of the fishermen to
ppeai in court on Tuesday morning.
- tu of the best fishing days of the
week, is looked upon as a harsh measure by the men who have to gain
their living on the Fraser river. It
Is understood that an effort was made
to have the date of appearance, in
court changed to some day towards
the end of the week, .but without success.
Two of the fishermen summoned
last week to appear in court tomorrow are. charged with fishing without
Provincial licenses. All other eases
arise out of fishing during provlneial-
ly prohibited hours.
GOVERNMENT  IS  RESERVING
ALL  VACANT  CROWN   LANDS
WESTMINSTER  INTERMEDIATES
WON   EASILY   FROM  VICTORIA
ou   rafts  and   rowboats.    Considerable j
3SIVE  TAX RATE
LEVIED   ON   JAPANESE
[Francisco, Aug. ii���That. Japan
to lace with s revolt became
excessive   tux   rate   levied  on
Jri|ile of that country ls the statewide today by C K. Miller, a
merchant, who  arrived today
Ilie Orient on the liner Admiral
!6sg some Immediate action  is
by  the government   to  remove
���satisfaction caused  by  the ex
taxation, a  revolt   will  surely
in my opinion," he said.   "The
of the people to the emperor
ting, and on all  side . in Japan
n see signs of serious trouble
Albert    E. GreenJ��w,    Famout.     Bass
Soloist,   Will   Give   Concert   at
Olivet   Baptist Church
__ concert will be given on Tuesday
of next week at the Olivet Baptist
church by Albert E, Greenlaw, under
the auspices of the. Literary committee of tjit- ii. y. P. r.   .vir. Greenlaw
Is a. fatuous bass soloist, and iu eastern cities Ita-s often drawn audiences
of a thousand people. He Is a member of the Flsh University Jubilee
Singers, and possesses a voice wonderful   tor  Its  range   and   purity  of
tone, which is under the perfect control of Its owner, The opportunity
given to hear so rate a singer should
uot be neglected, His repertoire will
I'lumist of songs of the Southern no
gro,   together   with   sentimental  and
sacred  iiiimliers.
He Is brought to the coast by Van
corner people tor a week's engagement, and nwjHt of his time will be
spent in the Terminal city, but arrangements haw been ma^le for him
to give some concerts In neighboring
places, Including Victoria and New
Wesl minuter. His recital __M*e, being
only one of a series, only a share of
his expense conies from this city, so
a low price Ig chaired to hear hlm,
admission being only twenty-live
cents.
Victoria intermediates proved no
damage bus been done by lightning. match for ,he Westminster team
which in several instances htm turns* whlcb  visitol  ,h,;  Ca"i,al ��" Satur
in Bre alarms by striking wires. * dily' in s"iu' of ,ti" fi,ct lh:U ,hf'*v had
  been in careful training tor the  last
few days,  and  had  the  assistance  of
Chinese Teacher  Farcwelled. several of  the   senior   men.     In   /act,
Miss Alice fiiuniugmuu. vviio for the   there is little doubt  that  the  visitors
past  flve  year.,   bas acted  as  Sunday I could glye the seniors at the Capital
school   teacher  at   the  local  Chinese la -good game.   The Westminster de-
mlssion, farewelled her class ot ��chol- tance played wefl, and the home was
ars yesterday evening, a supper being Steady and well balanced.   Tb<* game
given in her honor.   Miss Cunningham  was clean.     The  Westminster  boys
wilj be awaj  from ibis city tor about scored nine tinws, 'j.nd Vict/jria  five.
sh  mouths,   during  winch   time  she|Bart Henry netted four, and G.Spring
The Provincial government has reserved trom sale or lease all the va-
canl ciown lands embraced within a
belt of land fourteen miles ln width,
and extending two miles on each side
of the North Thompson river from
the northern boundary of the Dominion railway belt to the confluence ol
the Mad river with the Ninth Thompson. This district, however, is still
opi a to preemption by settlers.
The latest issue of the B. C. Gasette
also contains a notice of a reserve
of a hundred feet wide, consisting of
flfty Teet on each side of the telegraph poles along the Dominion telegraph line from a point on the west
bank of the Fraser river, opimsite the
town of Quesnel, to the northern
boundary of the province.
��� I Seattle, Including In its membership men engaged in the liquor buBl-
m ss and allied interests, has taken
the matter up and if carried through
I romlses to be of widespread import ance.
The plan promoted by the Royal
Arch carries with it a tabulated book,
covering every line of trade, properly
indexed, and any man who is found on
the list of protestants against any saloon Interests will he regarded .as a
lit subject for boycott.
The boycott will not only extend to
the men engaged in the saloon business, but employees, In the personnel
of bartenders, porters and the men
who depend on sales to the saloons
for a livelihood.
This will include a large numiber of
people who have heretofore taken no
active interest in politics, and the saloon men, believing lhat it is time to
take a decided stand on every matter
that affects their interests, have determined on the boycott plan as one
of the best that they can employ In
opposition to the local option propo-
ition that has been inaugurated.
ANOTHER VICTORY GAINED
BY TOURING CHAMPIONS
Mohawks of St. Paul Beaten by Eight
Goals  to  Five  in Clean   Fast
Game   Saturday.
will lake a nnive.isitv course. Ac-
companled bj' another white lady, she.
m "ida conducted an open air anti-
opium service In Chinatown, distributing a large aumbei of tracts at the
c
Red Tape at  Auc. lend.
Auckland. Aug. U.���Although a rifle
i
. ���   ween  teams   of   Americans
four, while Oscar Swanson was responsible toT tin- other, The visitors
were very much handicapped by the
unsuitable nature of titie playing
field for a good exhibition of lacrosse.
FERNIE  CONSTRUCTION
IS   GOING   ON   APACE
Winnipeg,   Man.,   Aus*.   9.    New  life
aud the Dominion volunteers had been   i. each <3uy put  into the work of j*e-
8T ged a�� part of the week's enter-1 building J-Vnie, which was destroyed
tulnmeut,  the  mlnlstrj   cannot allow by  fire.
an .armed party to land trom the Am- An instan.ee uf It is the beginning of
erlcan warships. The premier, on be- the coseStruatLon of a (300,000 coal
lng urged to modify the restrictions tipple and the dynamiting of the Great
ki tli.it  the match might   be he.Hl,  re-1 Northern   railroad   bridge so   that   :)0
Transfer   of   Players.
After protracted negotiations, an
agreement has been reached between
the Vancouver and Maple l_eafs, by
which the principal players of the
latter dub will play in the Vanoouver
Bweatsrs when next the team is due
to meet t.he '.���liampions. Ernie and
Waller Murray, Ronan, itcKeown, and
lv.l    Itavey.  me  the  plajOTB who  hav"
Icilaed the Vancouver team, and are
mow practising with them. Archie
|V e\;i ,l_,hi.il.l Is the new leim lliail-
ftger, and (e.ii'ge Matheson is captain. The registration nortlfloatea
ttave jo n'jiiii' befon a special meet-
t,i; nt th<   B, ('. A. L, A.
piled thai tl_" Imperial law prevents
the tending of an irroed party, the
tegnlstfon  b��isg  very  stringent
carloads of lumber on hand can be
used to build a new -one. There has
been contrlbuMI up **o date $f>o,o<M.
Japanese Refuse to Replace
Striking C*  P.  R. Machinists
Election   Rumor.
Ottawa, Aug. 8.���Prom a usuall) '*���
liable source Information comes that
the government  printing bureau
will
begin printing the voters' lists for
thc federal elections on Monday. An
official asked would not deny ths rumor. This Is regnrdc-l ns additional
proof that
Winnipeg. Aug. 9��� No signs of a Mi*. McVet��\v said that .over $l..ri(��0,-
settlement were reported by SlUjiw m] ls to be paid out .that day to
Bide iu   the Canadian   Pacific railway
strike  today.    Manager   McVetey,  fi*r
strikers.
Fifty more non-uulou workmen were
 I taken   to   the   Winnipeg   shops    this
the strikers, announced that the com- morning and put to work. The company was endeavoring to secure Jap- pany has perfected arrangements for
anese tor points west of here, bul thai housing and feeding 1000 men In the
many Japanese, although offered $l.T."i yards. There are 700 disabled cars In
declined to work when they learned the yards In Western Canada. Sev-
fhat they were to take the. places of era! locomotives are assisted by mix- j bonds to the amount of $71.0.000, have
strikers. illarles.     One  express   train t had   to  jusl  teen  float'd  In  I_ondon, accord-
The  men   are  In   uood  humor and  drop <me express car because the en-jing to advices received from there to-
Whisky Destroyed by Fire.
Mid_ai. Ky.. Aug. ti. Fire destroyed tb" live warehouses of the Green-
Kins Distilling company, with a loss
at ovm $:ioO,nou It threatened to
wipe out the tows, but It was 0OB-
Wolled. tl Is staled that 47,000 bar-
Mds of whisky ware consumed The
whisky run Into the stream, wnlch
liUv.ed for ten miles, burning trestles
an.  lirldjjr'S.
As   was   expected,   tht)  Mohawks  of
St.   Paul   were   easily   beaten   by   the
world's lacrosse champions uu Saturday,   by  eight  goals    to   live.      The
champions played Spring aud Latham
for Alex, and W. Turnbull.   The gam
was  fast  and  clean.    At the  end  i ���
the  lirst quarter Westminster led 1
four to two, and In consequence Ro
Inaon   replaced     Bougie   in   the  Mi
hawks'   goal.     Thereafter   the   bouu
team   did   better,   the   defence   beiti'..
good,  and  fhe  home sometimes  distinguished   itself.     The   checking   o_
the   visitors'   defence     was   as   usual
brilliant,  and  the home  work of  the
champions was splendid.
The summary was; First quarter.
Feeiuey,    (12    min.) I      Gt lllllUll,      (2Vj
min.i; Rankin, (V6 min.); Bryson,
tl min.i; Latham, l_'_ min.) *. Spring,
(���."���_  min.).
Second quarter���Rankin, tl min.);
Latham,   17   min.);    Latham,
mill.).
Third    quarter - McLean,
mini.
Fourth quarter���Bryson, (9% min);
Rankin, < l min); Latham, 11 min.)
The line-up was as pillows'. Westminster Gray, Galbralth, T. Gifford
,i. Gifford, G. Rennie, T. Rennie, Fee--
uey,   Spring,   Wilitemiife,   Latham.   I...
Turnbull, Bryson, ���
St Paul -Bougie and Robinson, Cat-
tnnach, Murphy, McGregor, Carson,
Keatenly, Dunn, Graham, Brown,
Armstrong, McLean, Rankin.
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Sturyeon Lake Gold Strike.
Boit Arthur, Aug. 9.���Edward Colt-
reports the discovery of a seven nnd a
half foot win showing free gold on
the shore of Helmore Bay In the Sturgeon Utke di��. Wet.    Hv came Into the
city yesterday to record his claim.
Hawaiian Bonds Floated.
Honolulu, Aug.   9.���Hamakua
ditch
the elections .ne ' nilnent.   have a month's pay due on the 15th.  glne yower was Insufficient.
, day.
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��� Vancouver   7 ���
��� Butte        0 ���
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��� Eastern  Lacrosse. ���
��� Nationals    Li ���
��� Capitals   2 ���
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��� Tecumsehs     7 ���
��� Shamrocks     2 ���
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��� Vancouver   4 ���
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THE DA1T.V JST.WS.
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This Is My 65th Birthday
Rear   Admiral  Clark.
Rear Admiral Charles F. Clark, V. S. N., retired, was born August 10, 1S43, in the town of Bradford, Vt., and entered the United
States Naval Academy in 1S60. During the closing years of the
Civil War he was attached to the West Culf blockading squadron,
and participated in the battle of Mobile Bay and the bombardment
of Fort Morgan. His subsequent, promotions were to master In
lNti6, lieutenant in 1S67, lieutenant-commander in 186S, commander
In 1881, captain in 1896, and rear admiral In 1902. Early in 1898
he was ordered to the command of the battleship Oregon, just built
at San Francisco. He left San Francisco in March with the battleship Oregon, and arrived with her at Key West, Florida, a distance
of 14,000 miles, May 26, 1898, in time to take part in the naval battle of Santiago. This cruise of the Oregon was unprecendented for
speed with a battleship, and has taken a prominent place in naval
a*ina,s* r**********
This Date in History
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WHEAT CROP WILL BE
ABOVE THE AVERAGE
MEAT TRUST SUCCEEDS IN
CORNERING SMITHFIELD
Milling Company Favorably
Reviews Progress of Crop
During Past Week.
Americans Force  Prices cf    Beef    in
England  Up to Almost Famine
Prices���Buyers Incensed.
Ottawa, August 9.���Dr. Saunders
has telegraphed the department of
agriculture that the Manitoba crop
wilil lie above the average. Cutting
will be general in a week or ten days.
Winnipeg. August 9.���The Ogilvie
Flour Mills conipany gives the following review of the progress of the
crop during the past week:
"The weather has been moderate,
and quite, favorable on the whole;
good showers have fallen in districts
where they have materially assisted
in filling.
"Cutting of wheat has been going on
all the week in different localities,
particularly in the south-west. The
amount of cutting is increasing daily,
and toward the end of the coming
week  it  should  be general.
The yields in tlie Fall wheat districts in Southern Alberta are running good, as high as 45 bushels per
acre being reported.
"From the Spring wheat districts
reports are generally of a favorable
character, and still indicate a crop
of very satisfactory quantity and good
milling quality."
London, Aug. 7.���.Agents of the
British department of agriculture announced today that they have unearthed a plan by whicli the American
meat tj^st has alrtost succeeded iu
cornering the Smithfleld market, the
largest of the kind in the world.
T.ie report declares that meat at
present is within a cent of the price
charged during the recent famine and
declares that it will be no cheaper until some means are effected of dealing with the trusts.
It is suggested that the market be
opened to Canadian and South -American cattle, as a retaliatory measure.
The report further urges that the
trust be compelled to kill bullocks
within fourty-eight hours after their
arrival in England and In this way increase the supply and make consignments more frequent, ���  ���
1_8S-
AUGUST 10.
Karl of Douglas killed and "Hotspur" taken prisoner at battle of Otterburn.
17."���Edmund Randolph, first attor-
i*>y-general of the United
States,^lorn in Williamsburg,
Va. Died in Virginia, Sept.
13,  1813.
1821���Jay Cooke, eminent -American
financier, born in Sandusky,
O. Died in Philadelphia. Feb.
16, 1905.
I860���The Prince of Wales visited
Charlottetown, P. E.  I.
1861���C.eneral Lyon killed at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Mo.
1864���Twelve persons killed by an explosion on the steamer Racine, in Lake Erie.
1900���Robert Kingston Scott, ex-governor of South Carolina, died.
1904���George G. Vest, United States
senator from Missouri, died.
Born Dec.  6,  1830.
COUNT  ZEPPELIN   PLANS TO
BUILD TWO NEW  AIRSHIPS
MUSICIANS FIGHT WHEN
TWO RIVAL BANDS CLASH
New   York.  Aug.   9,���The musicians
n   two rival bands mauled eaeh other
aterday  In  Williamsburg during an
alian    saint's    day Where    two
toroughtares join,  both   hands,  playing different airs. ram,, together;  lm-1
mediately the fight was started, With
their Instruments the musicians pum-|
mei" i each other over the head,
A large crowd gathered and some-
..,o,i\ sent word to the police station
that a riot was iii progress. Before
the re.-erves got there two policemen
had, by the use of their clubs, put a
stop to the fight. Frank Clcoci, al
oornetlst, and Tony Perronl, a trom-;
inine player, were badly hurt. After
their injuries had been treated by an
ambulance surgeon they were arrested
for disorderly conduct.
Frledrlchstafen, Aug. 0.���.After a
long talk with his chief engineer, Herr
Direr, Count Zeppelin has given orders
that work on the construction ;
new airship be begun. In fact, he has
decided to build two at the same time
each on a different model. The new
ships will show many changes, suggested by a stud., of the accident of
two days ago and olher experiences
of the past.
Private   Individuals     have     all���������'..
placed the sum of $75,000 to the account of Count Zepppelin for his new
enterprise.
SHAH   OF   PERSIA   PAWNS
THE  CROWN  JEWELS
St. Petersburg, Apg. 1).���A special
dispatch received here from Teheran
says the shah of Persia obtained a
loan of $250,000 from the Russian
bank, having deposited the Crown jewels ;iS security. J>'his money wi|l be
used In fitting out an expedition
against  Tabriz.
TEN   THOUSAND   CHICAGO
r EAGLES  START   WORK
Chicago, Aug. '...���Nearly 10,000
members of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles, many of them accompanied by
members of their families, depart"!
last, night on the Burlington for Seattle to attend a four days' convention,
beginning .August 11, The itinerary
Includes stops at. St. Paul. Butte, Spokane, Seattle. Portland, Salt Luke and
Denver, and will consume fifteen days.
The train wlll be parked for occupancy
during the stay in Seattle convenient
to the  convention  hall.
FOUNDER OF W. C. T.  U.
DIES AT THE AGE OF 92
Springfield. 0., Aug. 9.���Mrs, Elizabeth M Stewart, the noted temperance
advocate, known all over the country
as "Mother" Stewart, died at her home
in Hlcksvllla last night, aged 1*2 years.
Mrs, Stowin-t established the first
Women's Christian Temperance Union
in Ohio in 1873 and in 1876 she of
ganlzed the W.C.T.I'. in England.
European Rate War Ends.
Paris, Aug. 9.���The special international conference of representatives
of the great shipping companies, called to regulate the steerage rate war
between the Mediterranean and other
parts of the world, especially America and England, was opened today at
the Grand hotel, with forty delegates
present. Committees were named to
consider the various phases of the
questions involved. Several of the delegates told the Associated Press that
compettitive rate cutting had reached
an intolerable stage, the .Mediterranean and American rates falling off
to $8.
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster." , -j,
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
MONDAY. AUGUST
M^_.___a.a.....����|aaaa--aa-aa*-*Malaaaa--���-��:   ��� | |
Two Nights, August 11  and 12.
Return of the  Little "Big" Favorites.
Pollard's Lilliputian
Opera Company
TUESDAY, AUGUST  11. ,    -
The Operatic Novelty ;   X
"The Toy Maker"     \
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12.
The Musical Success
"FLOROD0RA"
Perfect scenic productions iu everj
detail.
Prices 25c, 50c and 75c.
Seats on sale at Ryall's drug Btore
Thursday, August 6.
R
LcnenbacV
eic
COMPANY, l
muted
WHOLESALE
and  RETjALL
RTJTCHE
NOTICE
COLUMBIA
STREET
\ ���
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders are invited iby the Trustees
of Queens Ave-uue Methodist Churcii,
for the erection and completion of an
addition to Queens Avenue Methodist
Church, New Westminster. Tenders
to be addressed t.i JOHN* A. LBE,
Xew Westminster, and marked 'Tender for Queens Avenue Methodist]
Church.''
Lowest  or anv   ten Ier    not    necus-
sarily accepted.
Tenders to be In on or before Aug..
15th, 1908. )
Plans   and   specifications   may   be,
seen at .lohn A. Lee's Furniture Emporium.
HOOPER & WATKINS, , J
Architects.     ! ���
JOHN A. LEE,
Secretary' of Committed
\   PKone 101
���
PKone 10l|
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I The Season Has Arrived for You til
\ Preserve Strawberrieii
:lf
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
CKoiqe Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Flftb Avenue
PHONE   370
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors
They are in fine condition, and are tobi|
had cheaper at the  PUBLIC  SUP
STORE than any other store in tod
Call  Us Up  and  Give   Us   Your Orda|
THE
Public Supply Stores "V^i
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.  C
Pt-one 91
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Phone 388
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
i
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Sa.
ings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has nev
mare apparent than at the present time.
���   The  ���=
^5^^
Building a Wall
with out materials Insures   -���
that will  st.in l an? strain  put
upon it.    Ii  mfans n wall   that
will need no strengthening   or
bracing for yoars to come
Let us have your ord ir for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first, class
structure that will stay Aral
class for years and years.
ROYAL SANK ^CANADA
GILLEY BROS.
LIIV#*T��>
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
invites you to join the [flfge ..J""1"''' "f S!ltisl"
INTEREST ADDED ����� 'i..MKS A YEA1
I'ut your money where it is accfiWfb.* V��*  n .'.'!'
BANKING BY MAIL A ��PBCIAuJY
START NOW���DON'T f'M.AV
New Westminster Branch.     p.  B.  .LYLE.  Msr'
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiins
COA!
UNABLE TO PAY FINE, MAN
FALLS   HEIR   TO   FORTUNE
Meters Save Chicago Water.
Chicago, Auk. 9.���Chicago is wasting -water  at   the  rate of  more than
83,000,000 gallons per year.   City En-;
gineeT   .lohn   Erlcson's   report   shows!
thnt. consumers  without  meters    cetj
their water for less than one-third of j
what meter users have to pay.   He as- j
Berts that the city is not receiving "an
adequate return or revenue from the1
iinnietered supply."
Victoria, Aug. 9.���After spending
ten days iii jail because be could not
raise |6 to pay a fine for drunkenness,
Alfred Arthur .Johnson alias A. Stanley
as he has always been known here, rein ived word yesterday In jail, that he
had fallen into a fortune of $10,000
through  the  death  of his father.
Catastrophe in Hungary.
Szegedin, Hungary, August it.���
During a hurricane this afternoon a
large factory collapsed and a hundred
workmen were biiTled ln the. ruins.
Four dead bodies and fourteen per-
nons severely Injured have been re-
covered from the debris. Seventy
persons are still missing.
Fell Seventy Feet, Unhurt,
Nanaimo, Aug. 9.���William Taylor,
foreman of the crew engaged In the
Mlllstream trestle fllllng-tn, fell off
the trestle yesterday to the ground,
a distance of 70 reet and, luckily, sustained no more serious Injuries than
severe bruises about the head and
body. He was removed to the hospital  for treatment. ^H
To Have Immense Dry Docks.
Liverpool, Aug, 9.���It ls understood
that the White Star line has opened
negotiations for oonsfruetfo-n ot an
immense dry docks at Southampton,
caimble of receiving the new leviathan1. Olympic and Titanic, intenl.;f f *r
the New York service.
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start, your orchard right, i>> buying from A
HOME NUKSERY, where you are not bothered with .umigition, as
well as getting acclimated trees, We have over 20O,()0u fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size-. If wa have no
agent ln your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUND8, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
^^^^^^^^      QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE  COi
MAYERS y PRESTOil
P. O. Box   343 P**o
UFF1E. FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW fil
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cara for Vancouver and wsv
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11: HO.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
elt) line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line. Cars leave
at ten minutes after the bour,
half past and fifty nri-sutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Bervice Ha_f-n��nriy between 8.30 a.m. and-11 p.m.
I*
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
B. C. Mills, Timber ani
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactur.r. an** Dmaimr* m AU Kind* ot j
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, D^|
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARM1_KS^ATTENTI0N I
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drain^l
~ ��������____
Royal City Branch. Columbia St
�������__ * .��� * *-'
Telephone 12.
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New Wesl Uy, august  10.
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
..    'A.  ii *���
North-West
lis    of    Canadian
Homestead   Regulations.
;>ven numbered section ut Do-
lands hi  Manitoba, Saskatch-
|ail j ...       ta, excepting b and "i'J,
.. i. may be homesteaded by
Jrson who ii tbe sole bead of a
or Liny male over lis years of
the exten*  of one-quarter sec-
|f 160 acres, more or less,
licatlon   for   entry     must    be
;, ;. rson     /   the   applicant at
Union Lands Agency   or   sub-
he district in which the
���s situate.    Entry by protxy may,
t<,;.  be made  at an agency on
conditions by tbe father, moth-
daughter, brotber or sister of
ffendlng  bnmesti adar.
,nv Bteader is required to per-
thi.,. homestead duties under one
:nl.owing plans*
At least six months' residence
:   cultivation  of  the land   In
\\, ,:  for three rears.
���, nomesteader may,  if be so
perform tiie    required   resl-
duth a by  living on    farming
Iwned  solely   bv   him.   not less
iBighty  (80)  aires In extent, in
jlcinity ot bis homestead.    Joint
|ship iu land will not meet this
Jllient.
If the father (or mother, If the
is deceased) of a homesteader
ermaueut residence on farming
Dwned solely  by  him,  not less
leighty (t.0)   acres In extent, In
Icinity of the homestead, or up-
Iboiiiestead entered  for by him
vicinity, such homesteader may
���n his own residence duties by
with the tat hpr (or mother).
The term "vicinity" in the two
lint,  paragraphs   is   i>fined    as
not more tt*mn nine miles in
let line, exclusive nf the width
id  allowances crossed    lu    the
Irenient.
A   homesteader   Intending    to
|m  ids  residence   duties   in  ae-
witb the above while living
trents or on farming land own-
] himself must notify the agent
district of such intention,
months' notice in writing must
en to the Commissioner of Do-
Lands nt Ottawa, of Intention
lv for patent.
W.  W.  CORY.
I of the Minister of the Interior.
-Unautnorlzea publication  ?1
���vertisement  will  not  be  paid
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI-;
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley, j
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman & Ker    wharf, j
New   Westminster, Tuesdays,  Thurs-
days and  Saturday at 8 a-  m.
Leaves   Chilliwack  Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For  rates  and  particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
II.  W1I1TMOKF. Secretary.
sunlig'l
soap
five
cents
Use   it
Simply
harmful
all  the
compel.
the   Sunlight way.
pure    soap,    without
chemicals,    it    saves
toil   common    soaps-
Sunlight   Soap
WOMAN LEAVES $5,000      CHURCH SENDS PLEA
FOR mm PARROTS    f0R M0RE MINISTERS
Pets and Charity Bequeathed the Bulk
cf a  $600,000   Estate   by   Philadelphia   Octogenarian.
nd  follow  directions.
Eighty Six Resolutions
Passed by Lambeth Conference.
ar
HOST PERFECT MADE.
EVERYWHERE.
1.n.W,U!....._i   t   LIMITED
 TOR O iTO. CUT
1NOTICE.
j    Me chani       id othei ac
yersons au       ii id    to
:<>: thi   British i'. -
linn trie    Railway    Co.,  Ltd.,
; elthi i Westn  aster or Chilll-
���     i   local tnana, ���
Ni a ��� the   iiurcha
ouver.
Re I in the ."ii1 iany'   regu
��� - ' . y eithei of ab ve-
mentiom d ... 11 les musl a< company
all ordt o bei v, li the accounts w ill
nol   ii   rec< gnlzi d
K. K. GLOVER,
Acting Gi iH'iai Manag. r
New Westi   '   ter, B.C., Aug, 6, 1908.
Philadelphia, Aug. 9.���Half a mil I
dollars oui of an estate of $600,00
la    ���  I       ',   .1,    1      ,1 11, ,      ��� ly<'" '���'      An ���>
-������'������ n to i harlty bj   hi  will of Un  .-
! MYs    .nn... i   i, ���,.      . .1 ��� .,-      embodyin ��� .-. ilti of thi   Lamtx tii
"ii      in u<  u Lovi i.i, ol this citj .  I iu-
...,,,,., ,   , , conference was Issued from Lambeth
ivnlcn  ��as  probated todav,    di-
PaJace   lasi   night.      Prom   it    it   is
'   *5     '   l,u        ' ���'     ' trn��d   Um   the   discussions   of   the
11,1 to Vi     t Peall i, 12 13   blsho is  i ;  the  confei
,' e of ci      an I ���. nee   were on   the   r< ports
11   <]  ���   l^owry, who was 85  committees appointed to consider thi
:: db .I  on   . '.    i ubjects.and   thai   they   were
��� ���    o be i onsidi .   |    ai t.      The   congn ss   lasted   from
"ll share i'i the Inci . 27 to Augusl 5.   Except in a f< **.
'���' '   l!l1' trust  tun-        -        in   ...,.   - nc Intimation is given as to
to othi Among beque
ollowing:
itindaj   School In    ,
bllshini  Sundaj schools and Evan
gelical  P o   stanl   churches  ln  small
her   the   86   resolutions   adopted
-'.   i ii.. confei ence   were  on   subjt eta
., -  to  whii h  ��Ide difference of opin-
I or ni
Annum  the resoluUons  passed  was
A.VHEALLBR, BARRISTER, SO-
��� lii'itor, etc., 42 Lorne Street,
upi'iisite Court House, Xew Westminster.    Pbotue 143.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
Hard* are, Etc.     Columbia Street
1'. O. Box 474.        Tel, 53.        Res.  429
Estimates  Submitted.
.. \Vestminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Irdn   Gates,   hences,   Crest-
ings. Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
sis oi  Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
available Dominions lands with-
railway belt in British Colum-
Iii. ���homesteaded by any person
Is the sole bead of a family, or
Dai- over IS years of age, to the
one-quarter section of 160
more or less.
try must be made personally at
cal land office for the district In
the land is situate. Entry by
may, however, be made on cer-
Icim litions by the father, mother,
Id.iiii.hter, brother or sister of an
biiitii; homesteader,
\v homesteader i. required to per-
the conditions connected there
under    one    of the     lollowiug
|)   Ai i.-.iH' si., months' residence
and cultivation of the  land    in
icar  for  three  years.
it* thi father (or mother, If the
ier Is deceased), of the homelier resides upon a farm iu the
titj of the land entered for, the
���ini incuts as to residence may be
���tied by such person residing with
I father or mother,
li ir the settler has his perman-
Bsldence upon farming land own-
him in the vicinity of his home-
. the requirements .as to resl-
��� may be satisfied by residence
bn Hie said laud.
lis months' notice iu writing should
���Wen tn the Commissioner of Dom-
)n Lands at Ottawa of Intention ta
tor patent.
pi��.\l_-Coal mining rights may be
pe-d for a period of twenty-one years
hi annual rental of t\ per KCV/S,
It more than 2660 acres _hi" be
|H<!'| to one individual or company.
royalty at the rate or five cents per
shall be collected on    the    mer-
iiritablo coal mined.
*W. W. CORY,
ll'uly of the Minister of the Interior
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
WH1TKS1DE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H, L. Edmonds.
*   - .. -      1|   -_a1Tr- ���||-1 ������    .|r	
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARRIS-
���"* ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornai
Clarkson and Ixirne streets.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting   i
At Reasonable Rates
No   connection    with   any
combine.
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A 377.
Lands, New Vork, (10,000; Children's
-   tslde home. Atlantic City, $50,000.
Fifty institutions and societies are
���   ii ;n ered in the will.   Mrs. Lowry
had  no Immediae relatives but cou-
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum-
ta and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C. ,
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block. Clarkson street. P. O.
Box  169.    Telephone 64.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
.treets. New Westminster  B. O,
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam.,  Grocer I
Ladles'Gold Watcnes trom $12.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   W'atct.**"-    open
face, ��6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes.   doubl*
case. $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
\rctlc Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch ���������-���pairing* marges reasonable.
Sent#0n Approval
To RKsro.NSini.K People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
Trade Marks
DESIGN!
... COPVKIOHTS AC.
Anronc.ending atketrtaMid df.crli.tlnnma?
onlflilf Moerutn our opinion free whether _u
futenilnn It probtl.ly PWMH&JrroB0.1111-?'
MontunctlroonBdentl-I HANDBOOK onPat.mU
tent free. Oldest ��,-eiu-�� for teeotljlcpMBntl.
Palenit taken tlirounh Munn ft Co. f
tptcial nuti.-e, without cbtme, _d tbe
. rectiv��
tptrtai tl,Ut. f,   WUIII_ll,WII*l|l^   _M ��a.��>
Scientific flmerican.
A htndRonielr Ulu>tinted weekly. Ittrge. t olr-
culiiiiiin -if any trlentlflc jniinut Term, for
Ctniiitn. *S.1ti a ye*', po��ta*e jirerald. Sold by
al) nun-.lraleri<. ...
MUNN & Co ww-*-* New York
Bratioh officeTW F BU Watliluuton. U. C.
WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Maii and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Li nves Brackman & Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at 3 p.m. dally
except Saturdays, for Sunbury,
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
intermediate points, carrying ptfs-
Bengers  und light  freight.
Returning leaves Steveston at ti
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. dully
except Saturdays.
Saturdays  leave  Steveston  at  6
a.m. and I p.m. for up river points.
Saturdays leave New Westminster
at   2   p.m.
Tickets, rates, etc.. at
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.,
200 Columbia street, or on hoard,
J.  C.   BRUCE.
���   mitti -   iu   the    United   States,  the following:
.100,000;   for  the permanent   fund  of       in   view  of tlie  tendencies   widely
in   union. $10,000;  Women's Pennsj       |   -, u ii the writings oi  the present
vanla  Society for the   Prevention    of day,  thi   conference plan., on  record
Crueltj  to Animals, $5,000;  American  the conviction tint the historical facte
.nti-Yivisei'iinn    Society,     $16,000;   stated in the Creeds are an essential!
.merican  Humane  Educational Socl    part of the Faith of the Church."
ly, BoBton, $10,000; Women's Mission       rhe serious decline In the number
Society of Amercla for  Heathen 0f candidates tor the ministry is deplored;  parents are urged to dedicate
sons to the ministry and churches to
provide funds for the training of candidates.
The  conference   resolved   also  that
Bins   figure   In   the   bequests.    Three the    purely  educational  systems are
nants   will   receive   $10,000,   $5,000 educationally as well as morally un-
and $3,000  respectively. sound,  and   that  no teaching can be
regarded as adequate whicb is limited to historical Information and moral
culture unless it includes religious
teaching.
All races and peoples, whatever
their language and conditions, must
be welded Into one body, and the organization of different rac*_s, living
side by side, into separate or independent churches on the ibasis of race
or color is inconsistent with the vital
and essential principle of the unity of
Christ's  Church.
London,   August 9.���Some   partlcu-j    By a votp Q. 0T l0 6i   Uu, confer.
lars of the plan of poor law  reform enoe decided t|Kll it waB undesirable
which Gen. Booth laid before the poor Lhat  tlu, itmoco,lt party to a divorce
law  commission  were given  by  the {or .uhllt<1I.v  receiVe the  blessing of
veteran   leader     in   an   interview  at  ,hi,   (.hul.rll upon remarrlage.
GENERAL BOOTH PLAN.
FOR RELIEF OF POOR
	
[Veteran   Salvationist    Suggests   Methods to Take Care of the Needy���
Favors Colonization Scheme.
Windsor  recently.
Gen. Booth proposes that paupers
should ���'��� e divided Into three classes*.
Disabled, diseased and aged.
Idle, drunken and vagrant.
Able bodied, able and willing to
work.
For the drat class he would arrange
for their comfori In every waj and
would provide light  employment  and
it. denounced also the growing practice of the artificial restriction of the
I family.
Socialism took up much of the
bishops' attention. The conference
recognized the ideals of brotherhood
which underlie the democratic movement in this country and culled upon
the Church to show sympathy for the
movement   In so far as it strives to
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
give them the opportunity of contrlb- ��� ,prooure fl)1. aU just treatment and a
uting toward their maintenance 'nitJ i,.,,.,, opportunity to live true human
second class he would put into colon- j]ivos
ies, making them work and repay the ��� 	
cost   of   their   maintenance,    and   he j
����?.��*releM! SSuntn l"  EXECUTIONS IN RUSSIA
conditions  were  fulfilled.
As to the third class, (Jen. L,o������, is | AVERAGE  FIVE 0Ml\
in favor of the compulsory registration of the unemployed, and Bays that
temporary  provision for work should j criminal    Record    of   Czar's  Empire
j be made by every local authority,
i lie favors colonization schemes at
| hume and abroad, and would emigrate
j the unemployed.
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)ARD OF TRADE. -New  Westmin-
iter Board of��Trade    meets In the
J'oard Room, City Hall, as follows:
fThird   Thursday    of   eaeh    month,
Quarterly   meetings   on   the   third
1 h ii r s d a y    of    February,    May,
lAugiist nnd   November,  at 8 p. m.
lAnnual    meetings    on    the    third
���Thursday    of    February.    Now
pembers   mity    be   proposed   and
fleeted at any monthly or quarterly !
iK-'ctlng.    a. E. V.'blte, S.m?.
Bt i.mnn. m.il be Esta*.
Illmlrallom ir�� Eisot Sm
Hvei v pen suarantceil
i full 14 Ki. Sa.luH.ol.l-c.it
ou iimIU html way tic hail
I In   cither our   .tundanl
hlnck opaque pattern, or
I Non-Ureakable 'rratmpnt-'
ent, .* ilrsiml, either in
plain or enicraved fiu**t>,
| aa prelerreu.
Ton oifty try till, [itn ��� "�����*, i
It you ilollot flnil II ������ r.|. i.a* "l/'l, I
ft twttor  _iln It linn you cu ��<��� "
ilir��   for THRBB 1IMII THI. .r.rlAll
ruca la any other ni_k*. If ""*���
IBtlrtly i_tl._Kl._y lnov.tr i'-I
i|i..l natuta II uni �������� ��>�� "''"'I
>uu |1 Hi for II.
C.r on I*r* I. our fiiniou. .nil I
PoimUr Kin tiro Ink  I I    ol
r���_l|.I.U l.ok |.n..f trilliki-Ii �����! I
h�� rorrltil III any |io.lllon Ini
l>ock��t or itioi'T'lim bag, *"*** **%
any ��ii��i�� ot Irri touch. I'l.ur
nom liiirlnil bad, IrMliim I
point, i.oIl.b��d��ulMnlr��l l**J*t I
raw, teira ootta Bnloh. SatJU I
���v.rywhoro for I'lM. *!***?* \
��.nu,l Wrlu fnr Um*, *'"* I
now " lm you for��.l "   Mwan I
[��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.#[
^28    Majaillo ��!���*(.
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OFT ARRESTED TOBACCONIST
WINS ONE CASE AT LAST
Shows Commission of Many Murders  and   Robberies.
London.    August    9.���A    summons
against   Jacob   Popp,  the  tobacconist
'who im a been continuously Btimnion-
' ed  tor contravening the  Lord's nay
St. Petersburg, August !).���- The Recti
today publishes statistics Of tbe number of iiersons who have been condemned to death between January 1
and July 1 of the Russian calendar.
compiled from newspaper reports. The
total of iiiudeiniiatiiius i.s 878, an average of live a day. In January there
a, re 116; February, 122; March, I84j
observance act, was dismissed, with-
0Bt costs, at High Wycombe, Buclt.ng-  April, 106;  May. 21,    ami June     .
Lmahlre,    This  was hla three Hun-      U   b  ��*"   ^own   ""   wha   """ ''
.|Mii.;1|   appearance,    and I then    .entences  were  passed, but  a
dred
,,.       Mmlssal tor about six years, majority   were   for  murder and   rob-
| bery accompanied by violence,
Westminster,
i &C0.
MERCHANTS
Telephone S33.
Spokane   Union   O.ves  Up.
Spokane,   August U    Alter a   ��� m-
pestiious existence of aboul two years
Ithe Spokane Union of Amalgamated
Streel  Hallway Employees nas given
. up the Until and ilisliulided, lliere being imi even any talk of a reorganization. The union lost a strike against
the Washington  Water  Power com-
NEW YORK'S CONGESTION
IS I. SERIOUS PROBLEM
puny
sixteen months ago, nml recent-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��� .f1M00.000.00
RESERVE       111^000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  ln  London, England,
N����w York, Chicago and Spokane. U.S.A., and Meiloo City.    A General Banking Business Tran��act9d.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondent* in all Darts ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department    Deposit* received ln enme ot $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (preeent rate) added
four times ��� year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00. Vt
NW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.     ft_   Q. D. BRTHNER, Manager
I ly the Traction conipany declared Itself for an open shop. A strike would
I have been useless, so the men have
\ given up their union aud tftere are
I now no union buttons to be found ou
! street   railway  men   ln   Spokane.
Men  Die of  Glanders.
Vienna. August Ik���A telegram troB)
CzemowltZ says thnt the whole staff
uf the rood investigation department
of that city litis been attacked by
glanders and that two of the chief officials have died. The outbreak was
occasioned by the breaking of a tube
nmtaitilng glanders bacilli while lt
wiis being ���examined bv Professor
l.uksch.
\ New York, Aug, '-'- In a report to
the building code committee of tho
executive committee on congestion of
population in New York it Is recommended that within certain business
hours all vehicular traffic be prohibited on main passenger streets south of
Chambers street,
The seriousness of the problem ot
passenger traffic in the streets is
indicated by a statement that 36,000
persons pass a given point In a busy
strut in a day and that during rush
hours as many as 125 persons pass
.inch minute in a street forty feet wide.
One-Cent Drop Letter Rate.
Ottawa. A'tigiist O.���The post of-
' flee department Issued notices yesterday that the drop letter rate in cities
possessing a !filter icarrletr servfoe
will he one cent per ounce, commencing on Monday.
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
���   AUGUST 10 .
THE DAILY NEWS
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
bribe, but we are glad the Tory sheet,
published near the "lockup," has committed itself so that the Tory candidate cannot call the Fraser river grant
an election briiie.
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1908.
DO NOT FORGET
Uo not forget that the Liberal government regards citizenship as being
above wealth, and the happiness and
prosperity of the masses of more concern than the building of fortunes for [learned to like him, and when he
the favored few by high protection.
TRUTH   ABOUT    SASKATCHEWAN.
The fear ot" oefeat has brought a
protest from the Tories seeking power
iu Saskatchewan under the style
"Provincial party" because they say
the Scott government is appealing to|ance
the country prematurely and suddenly.
The usual cry is that governments
hang on too long. but. of course we
do  not expect  to find  Tories consis-
MR.   AYLESWORTH'S  AFFLICTION.
The occasion of the visit of the
Minister of Justice to Vienna is one
that entities him to a great deal of
public sympathy. A defect in his hearing has quite unexpectedly developed,
und with a view to submitting bis case
to the best experts he can find he is
giving up for a few weeks his customary round of exacting official duties.
As Mr. Aylesworth is an honorable
antagonist in Parliament, he enjoj*9
the respect of those who have not in
his comparatively brief public career
;oes
on his somewhat dispiriting quest for
,a reprieve from a very grave infliction
the best wishes of all his fellow-members on both sides of the House of
Commons will accompany him.
Though his outstanding characteristic
is not the facile pliability that wins
popularity on a superficial acquaint-
no one doubts now his posses
sion of those rarer and more valuable
qualities of inexhaustible capacity for
work and inflexible rectitude of motive, that are more enduringly rem-
by    his    associates���The
Don't be persuaded So use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapeft
in the end.
  mew
| Wanted -:- Lost -:- found |
j for Sale ���:��� f o Rent -.-Etc. I
J(..��.,".."..''..��..lla"..'WJWWWWt.>r..,l���i;..H,ji   1,   ,,   ���   ���   ���_S
?,--,. i.--..-,...-.,").--..-..���>...-,. .,..���-.���.-..-,.-������..-���::,. :"::;'::,;:^:
WANTED���Situation as third-class
engineer in city, or country preferred. Used to all classes of work,
repairing and blacksmith work.
Box V., Daily News.
LOST���A black and white water
spaniel, aged about tour or flve
months; bitch; wearing a collar.
Anyone returning same to the Dominion Express office will be suitably rewarded.
FOUND���On First street, silver watch
and gold chain. Apply 233 Fourth
avenue.
WANTED���Four
Lee's cafe.
waitresses.
Apply
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
HINT  TO TECUMSEHS.
hi the Toronto Globe of July 30 a
lacrosse fan says: Seeing the lacrosse
champions of the world ,are playing
here next Saturday, would it not be
a good opportunity for the Tecum-
seh management to arrange for their
supporters (In rain, shine or damp
grounds) to have a glimpse of the
great .Minto Cup. it may be the last
chance of the present, generation in
Toronto of viewing the mug, and l
am sure the champions would not refuse us the pleasure.
RUBBER SUPS
tent. 1 enil�� itred
Premier  Scott  had   most important | Globe,
reasons  for  asking dissolution.    Last'
session a re-distribution act was passed    increasing   and     changing     very |
largely  the     representation    against
which hot a word was heard from the
Opposition.   The Tories for once must
have   considered   it   right   and   equit-1
alble,    The settlement  of  large areas
since the first House was elected made
it, incumbent that these people should
have .a  voice in  the selection of the
men  who are to frame their laws, especially when  ibe province is yet  in
Its  formative   stage  with    conditions
which  do  not  exist in any other province of the Dominion. The new constituencies naturally desired to name their
representatives   so that   they    could
have some influence upon the legisla- Burna-Squires Go is Fixed.
lion and administration is so far as | Sidney, N. S. W., .\ug. 9.���The
it affected themselves and it would heavyweight, championship fight behave been repugnant to these people | tween Tommy Burns, the American
to have the law once passed lneffec- and Bill Squires, the Australian, has
tive for a year or more. There was | been fixed for August 24.
no valid reason for keeping them thiis
disfranchised. Then it was important
Lhat, in as much as the necessarily
hasty municipal legislation passed at
the opening session of the first legislature needed revision so as to increase its efficiency, and the mil had
been laid over by common consent until next .session, it was expedient and
just to bold a general election, so that
its provisions should be studied and
discussed by the electorate and complete representation from an assembly
t-.i complete this piece of legislation
; mi   which   the  machinery    of    the
unicipalitles is to be based for some
e,
if we consider the    truckling    by
:*    mdm'ent In our own Municipalities
1. session after session, for twenty
ars we musi admire the wisdom of
remjer Scott in asking for a full representation of his province to discuss
he most Important piece of legislation
thai can i ngage the attention of any
provincial   legislature.     We    do    not
know enough a: out the conditions pertaining  In   Saskatchewan   to   predict
oue way or the other, but two things
point to the defeat of the Opposition,
iis dislike to meet the electorate and
its objection  to tin-'*;  it now and tie
practical   disowning of  the old   party
name and the going In disguise under I
the   style   "Provincial   FUghtB   Party." j
This throw-down will no doubt be resented by the old Tories and they may |
^lo, as  In  the case of the    late    Sir'
Oliver Mowat, support  a   Liberal who
tcomes  to them  with  110  false colors.!
\nyway we believe that Premier Scott I
will  have  the support  of many,  out- \
side of his own party, on account of
bis manly action to give the electorate 1
luii representation now. regardless of,
the consequences.
FOR    SALE���Motor    launch;     well-
found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
sennet's.    Apply  to  .Motor ,  Sox    Al..
New Westminster.
A GOOD Japanese girl wants a position as house maid, washing, etc.,
etc.    S. Hayashi,  Premier hotel.
WANTED���Two or
rooms; must i_-e
bridge preferred.
Box To2.
tines unfurnished
moderate;     near
Apply Post Office
I FOR SALE���First class furniture at
"ii2 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street;   must  be sold  this  week, as
I    parties are leaving town.
j	
FOR  SALE���An  Al  $500  Bell    piaao
i    for  $200;   easy   terms;    apply    108
Second street.
WANTED ��� Two    waitresses;    apply
Kenny's restaurant, Columbia stieet.
No mora need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
WANTED���Boy to learn clothing business; apply Westminster Clothing
company.
TO  RENT���Furnished  room,  suitable
for one   or   two   gentlemen;     East
a I,  close to town.    Apply  W.  K.,
this office.
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail   orders  filled   same   day  as  received
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps''
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.     Ram  'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any part of the city.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
*************************
IDO
SYOU
:
'HEAR ���
FOUND���Sorrel 1 horse came to my
premises 19th inst.; brand on right
hind hip, T. E. over O. E. Owner
can have same by paying expenses.
After expiration of notice will be
sold to defray expenses. A. H. AIi-
Cauley, Yale Road, seven miles from
Westminster.
TO LET���Large furnished front, bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
WES T M IN'STER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
. 266 Columbia street, Phone 366, PO
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help    promptly,    free    of
1 charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
���
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEcEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P.O. Box  885.
���������Thirty feet to the gulf."
INCONSISTENCY.
The Toronto News is a good deal
like the Conservative members of par-
limeiit who, while condemning the Increasing expenditure of this govern-
trnent, each wants something for his
ewn constituency. Last week the
News had not language strong enough
with which to denounce the "extravagance" of the government of today;
now l( is demanded that "there should
be. tlw- least delay possible in the building of the proposed twenty-five foot
W'elland canal." Does tt suppose that
the new canal can be built without
<he expenditure ot money?
The Toronto News is of tin*- same.
brand as the Columbian, only not
quite so offensive. The Columbian
gets rabid over "enormous expenditures" then rakes the Liberal government for not, doubling the grant to the j
Fraser river. If it had granted double |
the amount passed in the estimates, It |
tumid  have been  dubbed  an
Beyond the shadow
of a doubt, the
Apricot  and
Peach
season will soon be over.
Place your orders at
once and get the choicest fruit.
PICNIC BASKETS.
PICNIC  PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,     ..-f
CROQUET SETS,      ,.
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC.
AT
Morey's
Columbia Street
i c A. WELSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
election I' [miiiiiti
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
I railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Faul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and rUninu -_r_ on alll their trains and
give h.i .. trons an excellence of
lervi.t .1;. . btainable elsewhere.
H. _.. ROWE. Genei-al Agent.
13* Third 5U. cor Alder "*-Vtl��nd. Or.
Vancouver, 8. C.
Just One Moment, Please!
Big Shoe Sale on
No reserve���Every shoe in
the store is reduced away
down in price. No other
concern in British Colum-
���1  . . i,, $3.50 Boots for
bia can give you  better        $2.75
shoe values than you will get right here
$6.50 Boots for *m New Westminster at our store.
$5.00.
IB,.
jj   ' '
ir
Monday Shoe Pricei
it;
Ladies' Shoes
La lies' white canvaa Blu-
cher cut Oxi'd:;-; regular
$1.7., and $2.00 for $1-25.
Ladles' American fine kid
Blucher cut black Oxfords;
re lu   -1  trom $3 00 to $2.00.
Ladles' $4.m) am_>$4.50 tan
and brown Oxfords; our Dest
American make, for $2.75 a
pair.
Special ��� Women's light
and heavy sole fine kid Ox-
fords; regular $2.50 tor $1.75.
Tbe  "Cross Shoe,"   patent
Children's Shoes Men's Shoes
Special  Line���100 pairs    Of American   Shoes   for   *���*
children's   $1.00   and    $1 25 The   Newark  tan,
shoes for 60c. Oxfords;   our $5. -
Children.. $1.25 w bite can- :   $3.50.
vae shoes 75c a pair. The Newark pal n
Children's $1.25 and  $1.75 Blucher Oxfords;  ...
patent and kid Blippers, sizes line rm- $3.50.
8 lo 1016, for 95c a pair. Men's gun metal  Vn
Children's kid Oxfords and .  OxfordB;   regular $5.00
Slippers, sizes I to T1-..;  regu- for $3.50.
lar $1.25 for 70c.
Misses' white canvas $1 60
Oxfords for 95c a pair,
SPECIALS.
and Uu pttxnps; regular $5.00 !   Vi>utli-.' best canvas shoes 76
values for $3.50. Hoy..'   I,e..t    canvas     shoes
American    patent    leather      85c-
Oxfords in button and lace: youths' besl  canvas .-hoes
regular $150  for $3.50. I  75c.
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Ladles' pink and hint. $3.00 i      Hoys* sneakers 50c.
canvas Oxfords  for #.45. K ,ijRr.n,mt  on any sh()(, h)
Ladles' house Bllppe'ffc 75c i  the fUtr*   This is shoe bar-
a pair. ;  gain tfflW frith us.
Mi n's tan $6.00 Oxfords to
$2.95.
Men's $4.00 box cal*'
kid 'boots nOw $3.00.
Men's  best white    i ��n
Hals   and   Oxfords   all  G '   ���
vtiar  well    tuaWs;    regular
$3.00 ��6qds .low $1.95.
All (nil $tl ui. and $6.50
Walkover Ihoes, in p f "���'
tans and gun tuita'ri, now
$5.00 a pair.
Men's   $1.76   cana, -  -'-'��� '
J for $1-00.
Now Is the Time to   ^^tterthan
SHOE UP
Every  Member of  the
Family.
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Men's $5.50 Sfioe��
in tan and* gun-
metal for $3.50
Come in Today and    ^c��rs
Look Around
Ladies'   $4   and   $450
Tan  Oxfords   for $2.75
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
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Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster IDAY. AUGUST 10, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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The Cash Stores | T.   M .   Smith
_ Cash Stores
Great Clearance of White Goods
Ten  Days  Special  Selling
Already our new fall goods are arriving daily and we must make room for them     For that reason we
fcre making a special effort to reduce our stock und have marked them down away below cost.
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This line comes in white Unen only, tailored coat and skirt., well made and  perfect  in  every
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respect.
.. . .$3.75
[onster Values in White
linen Wash Skirts, $2.75
ralues for
$1.25
A       - i   Hi ' of magnificent   white   Unen   wa.h
���rts,  :.  ���'������   ���   designs,   pleated,   etc     Sells  every
fO^^^^^|^^|.$ 1.25
$1.00
Women's White Waists for
50 cents
In white lawn, lace and emb o lerj   trimming, sizes 32  to 42.   A stunning good line at $l.<m each, but now going for the small sum of 50c
 I 3v5c White and Colored,Muslins for 15c
This is an unusually good offering  'n 1��* organdie muslins and  foulards, also plain  and spotted  Swiss
jsllns     Regular 250 to 36c per yard.    Notf giMnh" tor, per yard    15c
50c and 75c Muslins for 25c
Our muslins must go snd We have only ten days to do it In now.   Theee 50c and 75c lines are on display
our tables.   It is the chance of a lifetime to gat a dress length of tills,  - iltable for street    or evening
ja r.    Now going for, per yard 	
| All of Our 15c and 20c Muslins for 8 l-2c
Think of this, every yard of 15c .and 20c muslin will be sold this week at SVfcc per yard, or twelve yards
*  $1.00
MONSrER BARGAINS IS THE STAPLES DEPARTMENT
150 COLORED DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS FOK 75c  -Sizes 8x10 and 8x12, In  red  and   white   Damask;   ei-
fctlonal qualitv, sella at $1-50 special.   We will sa'.ritice the/__ this Was* for ��� ���     c
$5.00 TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS FOR $2.50  -In tine t'-pestry. all colors;   beautiful    worked    designs
Bin the ancient masters..   Regular $6.00 md $5.50 values-.   Now going tor sp2-50
1000 YARDS OF 72 INCH   WHITE SHEETING FOR 25c PER YARD-C >ni ' and get   .our quota of this
lat bargain.    Nice soft even finished   English sheeting.  72  Inch.     Regular 35c.    Now Bt, per yaofd  --?5c
WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN THE DPaAPERY AND HOUSEFURNISWNGS DEPARTMENT - It will
h you to visit this popular section and compare our vrices with what, you pay elsewhere We venture to
> that we have some of the. nicest fabrics at lower prices thun anywhere else on the coast.   '__e Trass ex-
15c
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$l.oo T_ inch tell for, per yard  75c
_0c art sateens tor  per yard  20c
80c crettonnes tor,  ier yard  2tlt
Cushions   24x21 for    85c
Cushion;.   2Sx2'_ for   65c
Cushions   20x20 for  60c
Goeblln art, drapery for , 20c
Oc  white fri led muslin for *5c
..00   tapestr ,��� for, per yard   -��� 75c
���00 Cathedral Madias for, per yard  75c
Dc art   Denims for, per yard 35c
|6r art serge for, per yard 50c
15c ART MUSLINS FOR Scv-'l'.-n pieces new art muslins, various designs, mostly light grounds.    Regu
lac per yard.   Now going for W^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SASH MUSLINS AT COST PRICE��� S6c quality for 25e; 25c quality for -8eS I5c <l���my &>r 10c* ,n
fge and small coin spot; al.w it. NottingftBtn lace, paint de esprit and many others.
LACE DOOR PANELS AT LESS-.\_k to be shown our lace door pane!*. We have many novel div
jns that have recently arrived.   Prices, from, each         t0 " '
ARRIVAL OF BLANKETS FOR FALL-We have unpacked twenty cases of blankets in white, grey,
Id. navy.   Prices from $375 t0 $10>0��
8c
T. li. Smith's
The Store That Sells for Less
City News
A  mild cigar, but strong on quality.
the ' Vuto." **
T!l" meeting   this   evening   of   the  *
Ollvel  Baptist  V. P. S. will be led by
E.  P.  Mills.
For cut tlowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
A meeting of the board of control
of the R. A. & i. society will be held
tomorrow afternoon at the City hall.
Plenty of shoe bargains to be procured during the next few days at
Johnston's big shoe store. **
A solitary Slwash is the only prisoner to appear before Magistrate Corbould this morning.
A further meeting of the Lacrosse
reception committee will be he-ld this
evening to advance arrangements for
the welcome on Thursday.
Not made to please the eye, but to
please  the   palate.    The  "B.  C."   and
I "Old Sport" Cigars. ���*
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLeod returned yesterday from Anvil Island, where
they bad teen spending the week-'nd
j with relatives.
\,   II    McQuarrie,     city   treasurer,
Spent   the   week-end     In   Vancouver
! Island.      His   family are  staying  at
Shawnlgan  lake. <,
F. .1. Peers made 2s in a cricket
match againsl Burrard on Saturday.
playing for Vanoouver, The game
ended in a draw.
Clearing out ail our summer boots
and shoes to make way for the swell
fall and winter goods. Johnston's big
shoe store. **
Adjt. and Mrs, Gosling held their
final services In the Salvation Army
citadel yesterday, preparatory to their
departure for  Nelson on  Wednesday.
For sale- Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
street. **
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That   no   matter what ���
you need inCARPETS ���
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will find it here.
We offer you satisfaction in prices as well a.,
in quality.
Take a look at our $16
Sideboards, regular $20.
We make Awnings.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
��� LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
* Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73. H^
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Enderby has formed an agricultural
society, and appoint ed Mayor Bell as
chairman of a committee to arrange
an exhibit at this year'.. Provincial
exhibit ion.
The North Vancouver * municipal
council conveys a message of congratulation to the city recorded on
their minutes, with reference to the
Minto ('up  victory,
For first class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
florists.   Tel, B208. **>
\Y. Smith, of BurquiUam, has sent
a donation to the building fund of the
Royal Columbian   hospital,   which   the
1 hoard of managers wish to acknowledge.
The Royal bank Is considering the
advisability   of opening   a   branch  of
i the hank at Abbotsford. The business  offering   seems   to   warrant   the
' development.
H. L. DeBeck, formerly of this city,
| and at present  a resident of the Ok-
anagan  valley, will return home this
week after spending some days visiting friends In Westminster.
About
Spectacles
We can give you better value than
you can get from others.
Three things Interest you:
First���Eyes Perfectly Fitted.
Second���Face Perfectly Fitted.
Third���Right Price.
We guarantee to fill all these conditions:
No Sale, No Charge,
No Fit, No Bay.
ta   50 Cents Up.
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and -Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
I of the Optical Department
Financial concerns are taking great
interest in the pending sale of city
debentures, and there promises to be
little difficulty to negotiate the sale
promptly.
T. W. Haslum and T. Steffens, the
newly elected secretary of the local
football club, attended the adjourned
meeting of the Vancouver district
league tonight, at the V. A. c. rooms.
We are offering the biggest snaps
���ver heard of in N'ew Westminster at
our great shoe sale. Johnston's big
-Ime house. **
Tomorrow night the Pythian Sisters
UK*.' advantage of the full moon, and
have chartered the Beaver to take
the party down the liver to Steveston. leaving the C. P, R. wharf at
7 p. in.
Your outing wlll be incomplete without a box of "B. C." Cigars. **
A valuable water spaniel consigned
to Mount Lehman, escaped from tbe
C P, It depot on Saturday. No trace
of its whereabouts has been discovered. .News of the dog will be gladly
received by .1. W. MacDonald, Dominion Express agent.
Don't for,! i the moonlight excursion
Friday night August 11, under the aus-
picies of Pythian Sisters. Westminster
to mouth of river and return. Steamer
Heaver leaves C. P. R. wharf at 7
p.in. Tickets 50 cents. Good music
and refreshments furnished.   Come.
An Important meeting of the city
council will lie held this evening.
Among the subjects to be considered
is the letter from J, A. L. Waddell,
with regard to the new Lulu Island
bridge. As there lias been no meeting for a couple of weeks, a number
of  matters   require   attention
The Ingeuica Mining Company, Ltd.,
has been incorporated under the Companies Act as a limited company, with
a capital of $0110,000, divided into one-
dollar shares. The objects of the
company are to develop and acquire
mining and mineral claims, and ileal
with same as provided by the -act.
Sealed tenders are Invited by the
Chief Commissioner of Lands .and
Works for the erection of a small one-
room frame, scboolluiuse at McBride,
Dewdney electoral district. Plans
may be seen at the offices of the government agent at this city, and tenders must he in by August 24.
Manager   Keary   reiiorts    that   the'
best  exhbition ever  held  Is  now as-1
sured this fall.   The fruit exhibit will
Im1 the  best  shown   west  of Toronto,
and the special encouragements offered mean that entries are included
from Kelowna, Vernon, Kaslo, Kamloops, Salmon Ann, and Nelson, ia
addition  to  local  exhibits of fruit.
Frank Lock passed Into Division B
at tbe examination for association
football referees on Friday evening.
This will not prevent him playing.
The greatest musical treat, of the
season, the Albert E, Greenlaw concert. **
A number of complaints have been
made during the past few days that
summer residences in different districts have been utilized without permission of the owners by one-day
campers, lu some cases tools and
cooking utensils have been tampered
with, while boats and canoes have
been taken from their moorings and
left at places some distance away.
A number of Westminster people
took iu tbe weekly excursion to Howt.
Sound on board the Brittania yesterday, but the choppy seas and rough
weather somewhat marred the pleasure of tbe trip, mal-de-mer claiming
many victims. To several of the excursionists, the trip was especially
miserable when rounding Point Atkinson.
A report reached the city police
yesterday afternoon from up-hill residents that a demented individual was
roaming around in the vicinity of
Moody square. Although several telephone messages to this effect were
sent In, the man could not be located
by the officers. A fair description of
the unfortunate has been received,
and it is altogether likely that he will
be rounded up early today.
An attempt will ibe made today to
drag Engine 190 from the Brunette
river. The platform is practically
ready, but the work has been delayed
by the strike, as there has been no
���expert help at hand to take the locomotive to pieces. ���Heavier machinery
is required, and this will arrive today from Vancouver, with an engine
to operate same.
The solid silver Masonic trowel, originally started on a forty-year cycle
by Justice lodge, No. 752, A. P. & A.
M., of the grand lodge of New York
state, has now reached British Columbia. On Friday, at Victoria, lodge
104, of Tacoma, transferred the precious symbol to Vancouver Quadra
lodge 2, with impressive ceremonies.
J. S. Clute and W. J. Cunningham
represented Union lodge, No. 9, A.P.
& A. M.. New Westminster.
Good
M
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I am the original Teddy Bear and have been engaged to give a
series of talk* on insurance in this space and will introduce vari-
our members of my family during my stay In town.
Today I want to Impress on you that this space is engaged by the
leading and most progressive insurance office In New Westminster
and if you wish Information of any kind regarding insurance eon-
suit McLeed'a Insurance Offices.
"THE TEDDY BEAR"
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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GIANT OF THE FOHEST
FOUND NEAR BELLINGHAM
Big   Fir   Tree,   When   Cut.   Will   Yield
4S.000 Feet of Clear Lumber���Was
Discovered  by   Sheriff.
, Bellingham, Aug. 9.���-The record tree
of the county, one which Bert De-
Haven describes as **the great grand
dad of the whole tribe," was discovered by the deputy sheriff on a I
into the Wlckersham nelghboi -
li stands on an uncul school b iction.
lie states that the monster fir is ten
feel in diameter, thirty feet in circumference and shoots up al this uniform size to the height of 100 feet he-
fore the first limb is reached.
By scaling, the forest giant will : ield
when cut, 18,000 teet of clear lumber,
can be cut from the 100 or more feel
besides the thousands of teet which
of its  length  above the limbs.
TIIE Daily news.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them examined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes.    All work
guaranteed.
MONDAY.   AUGUST
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   GifforO's
Jewelry   Store.
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CLEVEH LITTLE POLLARDS
PERFORM HEBE TOMORROW
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After their triumphant tour of Aus
tralla and the Orient, the clever little
Pollards are again back on Canadian
soil and during the coming season will
revisit the scenes of their former
popularity.
The Pollard Lilliputian Opera company, as thie notable galaxy of clever
little artists is known, is the most
unique organization of its kind in tne
world, lt is composed entirely of
(juveniles of unusual precocity aad,
undoubted talent. Although young in
years they are miles removed from the
amateur condition and give a performance that is up to the standard of
grown-up professionals, Their exceptionally artistic rendition of musical
comodies and light operas have made
their visits to Canadians cities an
occasion of note. The fact that juveniles can be trained to such a high
standard is significant of the efforts
that have been put forth by their instructors that is worthy of emulation
by those engaged in the profession of
pedagog. Tbe little people who figure
in the cast and chorus of the Pollards
are bright, clever and healthy and are
thoroughly imbued with the love of
their work. During their navels the
Pollards are kept at their school studies and for that purpose are accompanied by an Instructor, The Pollards
are an institution in the antipodes that
has the highest endorsement of the
government educators and the clergy.
The company will ibe seen at the
Opera house for two nights, August
11 and 12, and will open with "The
Toy Maker," following the next night
with "Florodora."
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St. Catherines May Come After Cup.
Toronto. Aug. 9..���The Westminster
management lias been i:i communication with the St. Catherines C. L. A.
champions, and as a result a challenge
will be sent, in from St. Kilts for the
Minto cup. The games will most
likely take place on the coast, this
fall. Some of the St. Catherines officers were present at the .Minto cup
games, and regret not having played
the Shamrocks on their former challenge, They think they have a good
chance with the present holders after
seeing the games in   Montreal.
Lemon Kali
Fresh from  the Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
At Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
See That Dinner Set
In our window for - $20.00
We have others at      - ���    -      $16.50
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
ADAMS & DELAN5
Lasso   Runaway   Locjs.
Wati:". Ilie,   Augii.--;   'a.   During   the
wati r this season residents along
��� duml i.i   liver  havi   been   busy
.;���   saw    log A   :aige   boom
��� ..a.I.-. In British Columbia near
eport. It is stated that neat '���?
lion feel of ce lar and pine logs
ir: ������    been capture I,   A saw mill has
��� ���    put  i.i to work them up
Phone 97.
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Wnalers Look for Ship.
Vii toi la,   B.C.   Aug.  '.'    The   P
, ��� . t Whaling nuiijian..  recently  In-
oi, orati d  here,  which  w 111 probo Ij
���   tabllsh ii ��� station al  Dundn i island
next summer, has been unavailing and
Inquiries are now being made at  St
,lohnB, N. F., and at Norwegian ports
There will be three companies in op-
t ration on tin- ll. C, coast, next season
Tenders Wanted
Canada's Warning.
St. Petersburg, August 8.���The for-
. Ign office has received trom the Can-
adian government a warning against
the emigration of unskilled laborers
to Canada. There are openings in
Canada for female servants nnd experienced farm bands, financially able
to purchase ,and lease land, ibut there
Is no work to be bad on the railroads,
Plants Edelweiss in Alps.
Geneva,��� August 8.���On the highest
and most, inaccessible peaks above
Chamounlx, Count o'Corman, an Irishman, is planting edelweiss, which, owing to indiscriminate plucking, has
practically disappeared from the Mont
Diane range.
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Tenders are Invited from contractors up to z p.m., the
18th of August, l'.uis, for the erection
and completion of three isolation buildings for the Board of Managers of the
Royal Columbian hospital, Tenders
are to be addressed to W. 11. Keary,
secretary of hospital board, and envelopes to he superscribed, "Tender
for Isolation Buildings"; also tenders
are invited from plumbing firms
for certain trapping and venting
of the sewers of the Royal Columbian hospital up to the above mentioned date, and addressed as above
to W. 11. Keary, Esq.
Lowest or any tender nol necessarily accepted,
Plans and    specifications    can    bn
seen at my office,   in    the    Guichon J
block.
EDWIN (1  W. SAIT.
Architect.
rut jiii voi/*,
KUltMlYOV*
irs mm-mjiH
JTltt���MMll
ill
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN _ CO.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl*
SS
Too much money is spent on useless adve
by city merchants every month.    Many colu
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the
would be that there is only one really sure re    -
nerative advertising medium.
	
^eDaily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
e
DAILY
NEWS
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
IF
YOU  WANT  A   HOUSE
YOU  WANT  A FARM
YOU  WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU  WANT  MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
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A DISPLAY AD.
A  LARGE AD.
A   LARGER   AD.
Tlie oilier fellow wants whatjyou have'or lias what^youwant
To   get   in   touch    with   kirn
use space in The Daily News v
Tliis   L.ttle   Story   C
omes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association ol Chatham is .a level-headed
organization, At a recent tneei
ing newspaper advertising; wns
discussed, and the general oplni'"1
ol tlie members was that n,w
paper advertising was the best, ami
program and other advertising i'1
that, class was almost useless.
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from   one    line   to   double   page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATE.
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11
'**. INDAY,  AUGUST
THE DAILY N
PAGE SEVEN.
:
furnish such addl-
M-i'iirlty as may be
Commissioners; sign
enuine
Funds tor tbe relief of the victims
of the Fernie lire are still coming into
the hands ot  the treasurer of tbe col-
Reduction Sale
Our Whole Stock
Must Be Reduced
i
the i specifications, and other
...ed  to  lie  signed  by
the amissloners;  -ind. in any
case   :       ..,,: ,.r failure on the pari
jof thi ,-,��� tender is accepted
I to compleb .,n,l execute a contract
in said Commissioners, and to
furnish the additional approved se- lectlng committee. Marshall Sinclair,
curitv within te.. davs after the ac- who now has over $2100 in cash and
ceptance ot the tender, the said kind. About $800 promised ��arly in
cheque shall be tortelted to tbe Com-, the past week is not yet paid. Con-
miss;,,,,,-,, as liquidated damages for ' ti ibut ions will be receive.! unt\l notice
such refusal or failure and all con-, to the contrary is given
tint rights acquired by the accept-: The following is the complete list,
iauie uf the tender shall lie forfeited jol contributions to date:
' The    cheques    deposited    by     parties Cash.
whose tenders are accepted will be de-1 VY*. F. Hansford 	
posited to the credit of the Receiver C   B. Sword  	
General of Canada as part of the se- i .Miss George 	
curity   for   tbo  due   and  faithful   per-,.I. G. Brymner  	
formaiie<. of the contract according to i C. G. Major  	
its  terms.      Cheques    deposited    by P. J. Hart & Co	
parties   whose  tenders    are    rejected ; VY. I.   House 	
will be returned  within  ten dbays af- Wm.  Wolfenden   	
ter the signing of the contract. Dr.  Drew   	
Attention is railed to the following VY. H. Barraclough  ...
clauses In the form of contract*. Dr. Walker  	
���All  mechanics,  laborers, or  other j Employees penitent i;.,,*-,
the  Vanstone at Co,   . ,,    ���
Fernie  Sufferers Helped
by Westminster Residents
Q  F  Bradshaw
E.  Geiser   	
,i. c Gin 	
W.   Hay   	
w   Bourke
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
D.  McLeod    5.00
George  McMurphy          5.00
VV   J.  Brennan     '   5 00
Holbrook hotel     5.00
William Collier     6.00
.1. D. B. McDonald   10.00
      5.00
       5.00
^^^��6.00
Occidental hotel         5.00
R.  Elley   	
B. C. Cigar factory
E.  Falch   	
i
i
persons  who  perfovift 1��".��<;    ��� ^^^^^^^^^^^^
of tUo construction ol   theJGeorge Kenr^y
pui'poses
work�� hereby contracted tor, shall lie
Jiald such wages as are generallj accepted as current tor competent work*
iiieti in tb
is ilelng performed, und if there Is
no current rate Lji _u~*h district, then
a fair  and  reasonable  rate;   and,  in
_gerald
K. u. Ki;,
'������ C. um ....
I  W.  Haslam
district in which lhe work panics  Lord   .
5.00
10.00
2.00
5.00
10.00
25.00
2.00
2.50  J. T. Trachy
10.00   Inne*i & Reld
., 0Q Royal City Realty Co. .
4,1)0  Brown's barber shop ..
J,i 00 Fraser chop house ���
20. oo Hee Chung 	
500 Settiere'   Association
Li   Malins, Coulthard & Co
o mi' fhOS    Mowbray   	
Alex. Matheson         5.00
.las.  Wise          600
Al   1'piers        2S0
..      2.50
5.00
..      5.0H
.50
. 50
2.00
...      2.00
...      2.00
2
5.00'A R. Spec.,''
Everything going at ridiculously
low prices.    Bargains never before heard of in the city.
Until room has been made
j our f ^11 goods.
for
ill
_i)Utl>
..rising aa   t.
Westminster bowling allej
Bartenders' union 	
.1.   II.  Todd  	
Friend	
��� *   . r_    -
' Mrs. Oi I'urvls
; I).   Boyle   	
Q   vv. Begga . -
Subilo &  Co.   .
He White House!
A. J. BIRTCH
i
I
Co
madian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
through     Ttaiir-'i'iintiii-ii;.''
��� in- witb Tourist,    Pullman
ning Cars,   Quickest and Bate il
r
<-.;���**..
.&
!&&&*
*.**..A*.��yw
^\'ib**&so^
Notice to Contractors
.
��� i.\;,:> ss leaves at  17:-������
i,   Limited   leaves at  7:15.
irsion   tickets   on sale August
Tth. 22nd and 23rd at greatly raid rates.   Good for ninety days.
tor further particulars and reserva-
apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster.
Ito E. J. COYLE,
last Genl. Pass. .\gt.   Vancouver.
SEAbftD    ri-.aSi)!���;.*..-.    addressed to
the M. .���>..; .a. I, mat kod ofl the envelope "Tender for Construction/' will
be received at the office of the C<>m-
inissioncrs of the. Transcontinental
Railway, at Ottawa, until twelve
o'clock noon of Thursday, the 20th
day of August, 1808, [or the work required  for the construction,    iu
] westerly   to  a  point  at   or near   Dog
i, a dis ance of about  126 miles.
Date of completion,    1st    September,
U
S)    District 'tv'-���From a point de.
signated on the plans of the Commissioners   i' or near img Lake, in the
' Province of Ontario, to a point at or
, Iboul  mile 2.6 west of what is known
'ns Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
routes as shown on the  plans, a dis-
tance Ol a out 23.76   miles    by   the
northerly route, and 24.13 miles by the
southerly  route, and the selection of
��� , win ��� a|
what Is the current or a fair and reasonable rate, It shall be determined bj
the Commissioners, whose decision
shall be final."
i'      agreement  is subject    to thelgny^y  0roa
regulations now    in force,   or which'-^   Mo rev & Co
maj .it any time hereafter be In force I ^gnea |,  mu
during the construction of the works I Whiteside �� Edmonds
hereby contracted for, made under the   |*   |{   Pearson
authority ���r tbe Department of Labor, L  K  A11(,n (N   (,���>'
and which are, or shall be, applicable Emp*oyeea ���' c   K "R
to such  works."    (The    schedule   of  p   Peebles
minimum  wages determined upon bj   H   >,,   Marshall
said Department will form part of the Archibald B
"The contnactor shall in connect imi
with the whole of tbe said work, as
far as practicable, use only material.
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
sto^li uiaiiuf mured or produced in
Canada, |j_av_de<] tha same can ,be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
t lTns. in Canada as elstJwherO, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor Bhall conform to tlw
lire regulations adopted by the Com'
missioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting tires In the different provinces wherein the work- is
beittg performi I.
The right Is resi rved to rejei ��� itfy
or all tenders,
By order,
P. E. RY _N,
Secretary.
Tin- Commissioners of tbe
Trail continental  Railway.
Ottawa, 18th July, 1908
Newspapers inserting 'bis advertisement   without   authority   from    tbe
will nol be paid for it.
5.00
3.00
5 00
I ��� I, ,^^^_^^^^
1  nn   B. C. Distillery   . .
2.00  L A   Lewis  	
-vo'.FjUhcr O'Boyle   - -
1.00 j R. .1. Rick man     .
1.00 ! Rev.   A.   Shildrick
I. Kerr's office.
_.-0*
i on
1.00
.1 r-   Wise    	
Mi--   Ward   	
1    H   Kennedy        20.00
r. i) Bllodeau     10.00
20.00 jW
5 00 ' A. E. Rand
'IJ. .1
  25.00
  50.00
 .-_ iO.OQ,
���    -"  --. 50.00
........ 6*.?**
  14.00
^^^^^^^^1  10.00
Cambridge   1.00
  1.00
  1.00
II-
|T. L. Briggs . .
Col nml i bin   Pu
Model  Grocer.,    	
Sib,oike Machine Woi
F.   Crake	
I William Turnbull
iii*   Frank Smith
' Dominion  Pipe Co
Hi. Grei n    	
P,    llil I'el    , ,.\	
\Y     .1
IH*   0
5.00 ^^^^^^^^^^
10.001 John Sprott 	
10.00 O.  Wilkie   	
10.00   H   P. McMartln 	
50.50] l'  W, Johnston 	
5.00  .1. Reid  	
5.00 .1. S. Clute  	
2.50  C. S. Keith   	
10.00  It. H. Cheyne 	
10.00 s  A. Fletcher 	
25.00   A. P. Grant	
25.00Ll.  Mahoney   	
1.001 Merchandise
2.00' W. E. Fales  	
5 00  Thomas Rut ledge 	
  25.00
  2.50
  5.00
Armstrong    10.00
Drew  -.1b^_________________I 1000
i.OO
. 1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
,       1.00
1. oo
A. 00
l.OO
.   io.oo
 H 5 o i
Gou.lv  ^^a\mam\\\*\*\\\\\\
N  W Creamery .
Hardman fc Co. .
m. .i  Phillips   -
Daniels &  Loal
20.00
10.00
30.00
110.00
Buoklln      16.00 George  \dams         1s ";1
Commissioners,
Small I ^^^^^^^
John Stewart t Elgin) ..
C.  E,  Hartley   	
a   Swanson 	
tvi   Walmsley  	
Thomas Qrey 	
E.  Sait  	
Mrs. i. McMartln  	
William Goodfellow
.1.  Lovee  	
.1. G, Gamon 	
Capt.   I'ittendrigu   	
Malins, Coulthard & Co
Robert  Kennedy   .	
Diamond banl er shop .
Notice
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
.WM
-OOKI.N'O TO AND FROM ANT
BNTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
U BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
_E.
7o*t   sailings   of   the   Empreseee
tust i and 21.
ror other dates and  particulars,
ipply to
Telephrne comixinntrntlrm ha3 been
Chief established     with     WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAM-
John   MOM), HANKY, RI.SKtN.   Other offices on the line to Mt**to�� City will be
St. Boniface,: 0pene(] shortly.   Xotlce will be given
as additional offices are opened.
ED.
GOULET,
C. P. B. Ajent.
the route, tn be at the option of thei
Commissioners.    Date of  completion,
! -   s.-;io mber, 1909.
.    Plans,   profiles   and   specifications j
^^^^^^^^________^^^^^^^_        ; tine iu the office of the
cordance with the plans, profiles and  Englaeer 0,    th���    CommlgBl(men.   at
specifications  of the    Commissioner*.  ottawB;  ,u��� ln u���; offlcw ���f the to]
of the following sections of the Trau��-   ,)vin..   i)in,H(.,   ,,���,.������.,.,.,_ vlz:
continental Railwav, viz: ...      ,^���, , , ,, __________���
. *' Aylen, Acting District Engineer, North
(\)   District "C."���From a point a-- ,..,.   ,,.i;; t. 8. Armstrong, Nepigon,
slgnated   on   the   plans of     the  Com- ()n, .   aIuj  g_  ]{    poulin,
missioners   near  Weymontachene,    iu ;v, ia                                       ^^^^^^h
the province of Que    196.38 miles p^^ tenderIng   ttra nomeA th;ll
west of the north abutment   of   the ^^ ,kil, not ,���. ooiwldered mleas\MM, rnl,imhi. Tpipnh���. rft   |���|
Quebec bridge,  (such point beiu�� on * ���,.,,, ��� .,.   Jlll),i_at(,  and on ^ lMtt,^W\\m lOIUmDIS   lKll!pllWlfi 10. Ufl
the  boundary   between   Districts  "C" , n.m_ ���m]bii by the Commi:,Hu.t. rs.
and "D")   westerly  for a distance    of' .   . ,    .,
,  . . ,   , a separate tenner must, be subrort-
about   ltli   miles.    Date ot comuleiioii. ���
,,,_.,, ted for ��� nil section
.list. December. l'.HO,
,, ,    , I    Tendereti -*hail not be In any  ���*!
t,^)   District "C.���From a polnl oe- , , ,.      ,     ...   ,   ���
. , " tledrto rely upon the classification
siguated on tbe plans of tha Commit- , ..        ,        .
, ,|or anv other information given hi  my
sioners,   about.  107    miles    west    ot
on on be-hailf of the Ciiniimss-'on-
weymontachene, in the Province   ��t , ,  . .      _.-_.i*._-    ..    i____.
era    and  before submitting  an)   is*
Quebec,  westerly to the eud    of    tbe
^ '   . . ier   bidden  should  make
Grand Trunk  Pacific    Railway    Com- . _,    ..
.! examination    of    the
c
OOKSLEY'S
Picture:
a
plans.
contract,  a  distance  of
Irand Trunk Ry.
tee-lent Train Strrice Between
licago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,!
Yeal, Quebec,
Dortland, Boston,
cipal business centers of
I all **e prii. BEC and the MARI-
tARIO. QUE,       EVINCES.
TIME PRv       NEW YORK and
to BUFFAIX). .        Niagara Falls.
l^ADEliPHIA, irias,        . adilress
?or Tim* Tables, etc.
pany ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
111.97 miles.   Date of completbm.
December, i9io.
(3)    Districts * D" and "B.w���*����m and
a point designated ou the plans of tneiacter
Commissioners, being at
end of Fauquier Bros.'    Abltlbl
tract, ln the Province ot Ontario, in a
westerly  direction for a distaace   of
about 101.24 miles. Date of completion.
31st December, 1910.
District "B."���From a point de-
careful
profQe*.
nd  i**:.dl
and (Wly ln**
the  qiiiitiflty
POST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
��� loltn   ^VIse   	
Vi'ls Nelson   	
H. 8. Curtis	
Drs. Holmes ����� Hacking ....
G. Rswllson 	
BJd. Qoulet 	
K. .1. Fader, and office stuff
John   Crean   	
D. Gnr/saman   	
George ED. Martin  	
F. B. Lyle	
Robert Jardine  ,
T. Gilford 	
John   It*ek   	
A.  ... White.  	
II. T.  Kirk   	
.1. W   Mcintosh  	
Rev. J. S. Henderson 	
a. Prtng-a   	
M. Sinclair 	
M- I,. Rugg 	
McLeod,  Mark  &  Co     20.00
       6.00
      50.00
5.00
2.00
2 50
5 00
1 ,00
2 00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.50
2.50
10.00
5.00
2.00
10.00
25.00
25.00
25.00
2.00
5.00
50.00
10.00
2.00
5.00
10.00j
10.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
3.00
5.00
I. 00
! Brackman-Ker .               ..... J6.00
Cunningham Hardware Co. .. .10.00
Hale   Bios '  10.00
J.   _. Lee    10.00
Weatmlnster Clothing Co  10.00
Reid & Co  15.00
c   A. Welah   10.00
T    Mult*     10.00
i Adams &   Deans    10.00
Mrs. Uirtih  15.00
JT, H   Smith    100.00
' w. s. Collister   loo.oo
10.00
10.00
25.00
25.00
10.00
20.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
o.
Walker
! V.   \1    Meredith
i.laiie's  .li'hnstoj
Mrs, Hugh Gordon       2.00
I (lenrtre  Turner           5 .00
ab0U I drawings ami specifications
iUt' ��� the toTtM to be executed
j form  "aemselves  as   to
quality   of  materials,   and rinW
of workmanship reqtiirpd;   find
the western, are understood to accept and BfWS to
be bound by, the terms and conditions
n the form of contract, Bpeolfle.
con-
(4)
ir
etc.
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE.
J. O. QAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN, and '
r.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
slgnated ��t the plans of the Cotam*
about sixty miles
sioners,
easterly
the end
north of  Lake
above 100 miloa.
tions
annexed to the form of tender.
Each  tender  mnst    be  signed  and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed  and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque  on   a   chartered
west of tbe I banic of the Dominion of Canada, pay-
In. able to the order of the Commlsslon-
p     E^C&STISS.   toU^oV the TransconUnental Railway
Province of Ont. rio. J^^
Ontrrio,
of Fauquier  Bro ��, ��____________________���
Nepigon, dlstaaw �� Hit 3ec. No. i
' Date of comptetdoaw For Sec. No. 2
For Sec. No. 3
_|pr��m I For Sec. No. 4
Slst December, 1910.
(5)     Districts  "E'
point designated on the
Commissioners,
and
be .
at the w����tenl OTm ot
OB��. W. VAUX^
*nt iG^t'l Vam^-if am
U,ilK.Kk_l_iniiSf_a. Chisany
rttt of Lake
.   .   . I Fauquier Bros.'contract ��"---
r'?.ketlV_.���,^n    in  the ?��***** ******
*, III.   , Step's0���' in
District "C"..*1'-0.000
District "C".. 150.000
Dist. "D&E". 150.000
District "E" . - 150,000
200,000
For Sec. No. 6. Dtstrict "F".. 100,000
Any person whose tender Is accept-
ed! ritoU wtthln ten days after the ac-
"fp."���KT��_iiriirsrev, a-��,��. -��, _��.-���.-�����-    ��� ^
plaflB of the Eor Sec. No. 5, Dist. "E * T ��� - -
LAND  REOISTaY  ACT.
Re  Subdivision  A of  the    northwest
quarter of Section 2. Townsnlp 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate ot title number  7460 F,  issued
In the name of Donald   Fraser,   has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at tho expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, In a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me tn writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar ��t Titles.
Land Registry, Office. He*  West-
Jminater, B. C, June 29, 1��W
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
ii'MHgej	
J,  W. Crelghton
\Y   W   Forrester
J, A. Montgomery
,Ios   Armstrong   .
Dr.   Kenny   	
H. Ryall   	
1   Hudson   	
S. II. Thompson!	
J. W. Reid       15.00
A. M.  Fraser 	
White, Shiles & Co. .
Dorer 	
Crane   	
Mayers & Preston ..
Martin & McQuarrie
W. A. Gilley 	
1. B. Kennedy       10.00
GardhoUBe Bros     10.00
J. J. MacKay & Co      5.00
J, J. Jones      25.OS
Diamond Barber shop       1.50
.1. Relchenbach        6.00
H. 0. Bule      20.00
w   c Chamberlin 	
W.  1_. Sinclair 	
T. s. Annandale 	
Johnston Shoe Store ....
II   Morey & Co	
J. N. Aitcblson  	
McMenetny  Meal.  Market
West End Grocery 	
Sing On Co	
Quong On Wo & Co.  ...
Sing Kee 	
Ning Lai & Co	
Jaokman & Burtman      to.00
Edmonds Tea Co	
Mr-. Hoffard 	
Acme Clothing Co	
Friink   Broad   	
Benson & Ayling 	
Gordon Dry Goods Co	
Anderson & Lusby 	
Fraser Valley Meat Market
Frank ^^^^
M    W. Grant.   ^^^^^^^^^^^
Doherty   . ^^^^^^^f 10.00
Myers Gray  .
L.  Wilson   ..
W   H   Nesblt
M.  Monk   ���!
(Collected at St. Mungo Cannery.)
S. Ft	
George   C.   Waldie   	
George Btagg 	
ftruce Fisher 	
Andrew   Halcrow   	
John K.  Raphall 	
James Canfield   	
St   Mungo Canning Co
James
.00
5.00
5.00
in.uu
10.00
35.00
10.00
10.00
MacKenzie <^^^HB  100��
10.00
00
D.OO
5.00
5.00
7.50
1.
5.00
15.00
5.00
5.00
25.00
15.00
8.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.OO
1.00
  20.00
Anderson      10.00
(Collected iby the Dally npwa.)
Daily   News        25.00
T. H. W       1.00
Mrs. W. N. Bole      10.00
Brewery employees
A.  Whealler 	
f. B .Wilson 	
Friend
15.00
5.00
20.00
2.00
IJ.
(Collected by Chief Mcintosh.)
L. Mclnnes       6.00
Australia'! Sympathy for Fernie.
Ottawa, August 9.���Premier Deakin, of the Australian Commonwealth,
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PAGE EIGHT.     Jj
THE DAILY NEWS.   ^
M0NDAV,  A0GUST 10,
��� �������������������������������������������������������������������������
UND AT BURNABY BRINGS
NEABLV $500 PER ACRE
Vancouver Man Purchases Property in
Sinclair's j Collister's Annual
Choice   Section   for   Residential
S,te ���Bumper Crops.
Mid-
ERATORS
!
CALL AND SEE
THEM AT
ANDERSON \
y LUSBY'S
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C.
!
:
Burnaby Lake, Aug. b.���Another lm-
.   nt   land sale  bas  just been  com-
- !    through    Messrs.    Walker    &
! Peers. Burnaby estate office, tins be-j
lng   the  Mawhinney   pasture  fronting
upon Hastings and the Pole line road. |
li  comprises  six acres and  the price
paid approaches $500 per acre.    The
purchaser, .Mr. Ceperly, of Vancouver,
Ls  about   to erect a residence on the!
pn   i ity. for wbich Mr. B. B. Hill has
been invited to furnish plans and estimates.
Ranchers in this favored valley are
gathering bumper crops of fruit  ami j
produce.    Tbe   strawberry   crop   bas I
be��.n quite a  record, one ranch .alone i
having yielded over 1000 crates, whilst
raspberries have been  abundant, and
Loganberries  plentiful   and    of    fine
quality!   Vast quantities of cucumbers i
will be harvested from now onward; ���
the plants, however, are much in need ,
of rain.
The Praser Valley Nursery Co.. Ltd.,
continue to do an increasing business.
A further section of their large holding is being put into cultivation ready
for fall planting.
Summer
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Gazetted Appointments.
The following appointments appear
in last  week's B.  C.  Gazette:
John S. Clute, Jr., of New Westminster, barrister-at-law, to be acting district registrar of titles at New
Westminster during the absence of
C.  S. Keith, district  registrar.
William .Moore, of New Westminster, to be a fishery overseer and a
Provincial  police constable.
Gowan S. Macgowan, of New Westminster, to be bursar of tha Public
Hospital for Insane at New Westminster from the 3rd day of August,
1908.
Tax sales will be held at North Vancouver on September 1, Surrey Centre
on September 7, and at Eburne, for
Richmond municipality, on September 3.
Good Shooting on Saturday.
The second day's shooting for the
Dominion Challenge Salver took place
on the South Westminster range on
Saturday. The scores over 50 were as
follows*. V. H. C. Abbott. 87; J. D.
Kennedy, 79; C. H. Judd, 73; F. J.
MacKenzie, 71; Capt. T. S. Annandale, 65; J. C. McClelland, 64; W.
Nelson, 63; A. Pringle, 62; and A.
Wedge, 57. The competition is in
connection with the Civilian Rifle association.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters
Notice
Family trade a specialty
Tel. 113.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Tbe regular monthly meeting of the
Westminster Publicity .Association will
��� be held In the Board of Trade room,
City Hall, on Tuesday evening. August
11, commencing at eight o'clock.    _V11
Office   Eight street   members are requested to attend.
^\ W. F. HANSFORD,
p    r i
'  *" Secretary.
I  TRAVFIK AUCTIONEER and
J. HWWLIV3 VALUATOR . . .
All   business  in this line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
On the   Market "square.
or      ADVERTISE      "��a
- -N ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
FOR QUICK  RETURNS.
To Contractors
Tenders are requested for a three
storey building for the Knights of
Pythias, New Westminster, B.C. Plans
and particulars at the. office of the
architect. Tenders to be in by noon
17th August, lliOS.
M, l>. GOODFELLOW,
Architect.
Room  2,  Dominion  Trust   Block.  New
Westminster, li. C.
****************************************************
I..TO RENT.. I
The sale which offers you lower pric-, than
any we have ever conducted. This sale lasts
during the month of August, and in that
time we will clear out all our summer goods.
Note These Prices���Everything Reduc
Bargains in ladies' cotton
knit underwear
REGULAR 35c VESTS NOW 25c.
Fine ribbed lace trimmed undervests. This lot is made up of
various styles in odd lines. All one
price; each  25c
Fancy lisle vests
REGULAR 50c TO 75c, NOW 35c.
Three dozen only, ladies' lisle
undervests with short sleeves or
without sleeves, lace trimmed,
Swiss ribbed, white or pink. Sale
price, each  35c
Ladies' fine balbriggan
undervests
REGULAR 95c EACH, NOW 65c.
Twenty-five only extra fine close
ribbed, large sizes and with short
sleeves buttoned front; s it in faced.
Sale price, each   65c
Embroidered linen shirt
waists
SALE PRICE, EACH $1.95.
Three dozen only on sale at this
price we have sold dozens of these
waists at the regular price, and
they are the best value we have
sold for years, as we were fortunate in being able to buy them
in the small Iot which a dealer bad
on hand at a price 50 per cent,
less than regular. On sale now at
less than regular cost; ?.aeh . .$1.95
home low prices on
sheeting
Best Knglish white sheeting at
prices which makes it exceedingly
profitable to buy now.
Three pieces 8-4 white twilled oi
plain sheeting. Regular price 10c.
Sale price, per yard  tic
Four pieces 10-4 twilled sheeting.
Regular price 50c.    Sale price, per
 <^^H-_____H 40c
Ladies' drawers
SALE   PRICE   PER  PAIR  65c.
Matching the balbriggan undervests on sale at tbe same price;
per pair  65c
ed
Ladies' white cotion
combinations
ON  SALE, EACH 50c.
Regular   prices   are   {i.i. aij
$1 25, and tho quality
ally fine and nice,  nlcelj i.mdimj I
around     collar;     Bho       and   m
sleeves; sizes 32 to 40 inches. Oi
sale, each    50t
Summer | CLEARANCE SALE
Clearance
Sale Is     \
i
i
a Great
Success! I
So It
Should
Be,
As Never
Before
Were
Such
Bargains
Offered
to the
Public
Ladies' regular $1.25
shirt waists
SALE  PRICE, EACH  95c.
Sixty-five only left in this special
lot.   Bach waist is nicely trimmed
with  insertion or em roldery and
each is full in size and  well made.
as   are   all   blouses    sold     by     us.
Regular prices $1.15 and $1.25. On
ih .   each    95c
Muslin curtains half price
Muslin curtains 3Vfe yards long,
frilled on edges and bottom, top
hemmed ready fur pole. Regular
price per pair $5.00. Sale price, impair    $2.50 |
A great clearance ol
girls' sailor suits
$1.75 EACH.
We show some twelvi es ol
these serviceable suit- Each d
Is made of material that >;-
lutely fast color and ol the M
wearing quality; trimmed ���.'.:
with narrow braids and whlti ::���
lars; sizes are for girls framllj
14 years. Regular price ...'*'
$2 75.    Sale price, cub       .   (i|
We offer exceptiooal
snaps in white blankets
'i beae are las' season
slightly soiled,   probe
damaged sufficiently to       ���   ���
to  hesitate availing        trsell '
this money saving opportunity; *
sizes,    Every pair ma:'
figures,    See these it
blankets.
All Remnants Reduced
Specially for the Big Sale
It seems as if we never bad so mnny remnants.
They have been accumulating rapidly���too fast���so
we have decided to place, no more on the table
until what. wc have are sold. The prices are still
further reduce.i to speedily clear them out,   They
consist of
Embroideries,
Laces, Ribbons, Silks, Pillow Cottons, Sheetings,
Flannelettes, Muslins,
Ginghams,   Prints,   Cretonnes, Sateens, Etc.
Reductions vary  froi 20c to BOc of tlie "-i!jrl
price.    Stile price marked in red.
500 yards cotton muslins| 10c laces on sale, per 'See our show windows
:
SEVENTH STREET���Close In, six rooms;  good situation,   and large  f
lot $15.00
SECOND STREET���Near park, eight rooms;  fairly modern; large lot
and stable $20.00
AGNES STREET���Near Sixth street, suitable for boarders or roomers,
twelve rooms; modern
..$27.00
SIXTH STREET���Six rooms; city  water;  ten    lots;    large    orchard,
chicken house and stable $20.00
FRONT STREET���Two stores, each
...$20.00  *
! IW. E. Sinclair
The RdiaMe
and delaines
ON  SALE  7''2c PER YARD.
Light colored muslins and cotton
delaines, 2*1 inches wide, and in
good washing colors. Regular
values 12%c and  15c.    Sale price,
per yard   7'/2c
Four Hundred Yards Muslins, etc.,
on Sale 11c Per Yard.
Regular values 15c to 25c;
lengths vary from six to fifteen
yards.   All one price per yard 11c
yard 5c
Thirty pieces of Torchon and
Valenciennes laces in widths varying from two to four Inches, Regu-
values wire Se to  15c.    Sale price,
per yard    ,.5c
One Lot Embroideries on Sale at
10c Per Yard.
Various odd and short ends of
insertions and edgings. Regular
prices 12%c to 20c. All one price,
per yard    10c
marvelous hat values
trimmed  bats at
Ladies'    $1.26    sailors
each
Hundreds of  untrimmed
on sale, each
saie,
45c
F.J. HART & CO., LTD. |
REAL   ESTATE, *
Shoe Man
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
��� MORTGAGE     LOANS,
* *************************. I
INSURANCE.
J; New Westminster, B. C.
i
We Close at 5:30
We Close at 5:30j
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