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 [White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
[NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME 3. Nl'MHKR  IW
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,    FRIDAY   MORNING,   JULY   17,  190aS.
.       ^ ^860 ^Iu^bia St.
ite, Shiles & Co
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Phone 8S
f$ ^       %JKEAL ESTATE
PEN*  CENTS PER WEEK.
[SCIENTISTS EXPLORE
ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
A.8ITRA.0R. TO ASSESS
COMPENSATION DAMAGES
| Expenses of Party, Amounting to About $100,000 Paid
by Ru.^sian Millionaire.
Victoria,    duly 16.���.in    expediti-nn
,].,!���  ie   those     early    exploratory
yoyages "i Alaska  financed   by   -the
rich   Russian   merchant    expeditions
y raeulted iii ibe discovery <���**'' tlie
,.., u-cea ni' Alaska anfl the founda-
oj  Russia*)  colonies there,    has
r  ebed Attn, in the Aleutian Islands,
1 .,:   in advices bv  mail received
..r'.'cay t'roRii l>utcb Harbor,    A let-
,  trom Unalaska  t*Hs of   the    ar-
P      ,.; i schooner carrying on ofthe
;  equipped   scientific    expeditions
worked in ine North 1 Pacific,
cheoner,  wMcb set fit   trom
|VJ-i.aivustoc_-   in  April   last ami     has
ted Kamchatka and the (turtle ls-
carrles    -eighteen    scientists,
,'./i.,. expense^ of nearly $100,noo are
, .���_ paid by M. Biabushineky, a mil-
naire merchant of Moscow.   The ex-
i���,!iti<,i eontalns* celebrated Russian
thnographist,  who  is  making  a  spe-
ituB    of the natives    .if    Kamchatka and rn' tbe Aleutiana.-ud Kurile
, lands    There is also a meteorologist,
.. i���    established    three   �� atlons   in
Kamciwtka   arid    who    proposes   to
; blh :i   Oth. TB      in      tin       Aleutian
group.    There are also exiivrt botan-
i--t.. geographers, zoologist* and geo-
',.-,�� iStfc
Right  of  Way for Ebiirne a��d  Westminster  Line   Lead.   Throv.Jjh  Private    Properties.
POKfLAND PHYSICIAN
DISCOVERS NEW DISEASE
An iinjM.jj.ani arbitration occupied
tiie whole day at Uie assiae court yesterday, aud will ibe continued today.
Tne appelant.* a-re the Canadian Pacific, as owners of tbfc' franchise of
tbe Vancouver and Lulu Island railway, .and tlie .r-espondants are owners
seeking compensation for dispoBses
sion, Jiuues Campbell Bassett and Sarah 1.. Howay, of N��"w Westminster,
and Joseph Johnson, id' Victoria. Arbitrators wore selected in accordance
wiiii an order in chambers made by
Mi. Justice Martin, P. .1. Coulthard for
tlie company, If. .1. Mart lor the owner., and Charles W. Craig, barrister,
<it* Vanoouver, as Independent arbitrator.
Mi. <'*ut. presided, and counsel engaged lu: '.ben '**Jective interests wet I
.1. E. McMullen, and W. B. Hum--. A
considerable amounl of evidence was
called io obtain ;m estimate ol* _��____
in tin vicinity ol that in question, and
plans ol tbe city going back to the
days of the Royal Engineers sirrvej
made by Cul Moody, were pui in. No
figures wer,. vtated nf the values asked or ottered. Several mure witnesses
will be called mday. The arbitrators
have tin Se-jH. 1 to announce iheli
awards.
ENGLISB VATENT LAW
HITS AMERICANS HARD
IMPROVEMENT 10 CHANNEL
S SUBJECI Of EAGER DESIRE
Board of Trade Anxious to Learn How Soon Work Will Be
Kegun on River���Road to Bon Accord Well Under
Way���Banquet  Paid Expenses.
WORKING HARD TO HAKE  ! BILL AMENDED TO STOP
mwifiiaiwia mm BY mm
B   C. E. R. Employees Spare No Effort!
to   Ensure  Good Time  for   Excur-       SeiiatOT    ROV   Declares More
" La,U),e> Children Die From-Dope"
Drugs Than by Disease.
Otawa, duly  10.���In the Senate  to- -
day Senator (Dr.)  Koy gave notice of
a   meeting of  the  board of  trade to bt- j philanthropist; he bad ihter-
wsh bi Id * ��� vening .at the City hall,
.1. A. Cunningham, president, in the
chair. i hi re were no communications.
P-ostal   Imprciawmeilts.
E.  Goulet, on  behalf of the  postal
comml tee, reported   that   the    J,  C,
Bruce would carry mails to Steveston.
and .ill lower river -loinls.    An official I
ests which would improve by the exist! nee of the toad. He alluded to
the splendid fanning land whicb would
be opened to access by the now road.
Improvement of Fraser.
A long discussion took place on the
channel improvement scheme. Mr.
Crean wished the board to wire to Sir
Wilfrid Laurier asking him if the Le
Baron Improvement scheme had been
The   committee  In   charge   of   the.
preliminary   arrangements in connection  with the li. C.  E.  H. employees
picnic  to   Langley  on     Monday    an
working bard in order to have every- '< :'n amendment to the patent medicine
thing In readiness for the event  by i bill, detailing .how new medicines con-
the time the day of the trip arrives,  taining opium or derivities should be
Suitable grounds have  been reserved      ,,
for the holding of sports and games. |    More t.hildl.,.,j
one of tbe features of the latter being a baseball match between the car
shops' employees and  the  men  em
ployed   in   other  de]      Le��___l  "'   **ne
company.    A   baby ... '  *Vt'  ^it��'-��
he said, are Wiled
by patent medicines loaded with opium oi- morphine than are killed by
disi ise. The prohibition of the importation,   manufacture     and   sale   of
adopted.
would   visit tbe city  shortly  with  ref- j     w   R   i;illl,, polnted out ,h:i    ..)������.-
erence to mail collections in the city., 0O0 had been voted, and if thai  was
This    announcement    was   received! well spent, it would lay the foil:. :  I on
witli satisfaction, D. S. Curtis r-maik.   for the WOM of several years to come.
Ing  that the  members  of the  board1    A question being asked as to Louis
would   do all they   could   to  support] Cost*?, consulting  engineer,   being  on
Capt.  Bruce,  ami   the  board   resolved   the   coast   In   connection     with     the
to write to the captain stating that it (Scheme,   Mr.   Crean  declared   be
��� idorsed  the  proposition   to   put the  hen   simply about some harbor .'<���
: .: ��� i,n the !owe_  run of the river.      [at Nana'nio.   l-.'e understood Mr. Co I
Dredge   and   Harrison   Rapids. : t)  r [Old on th    1
\v. R. Gilley .reported that the Kingf    Rev. J. S. Henderson remarked that
'3.     ;��� mounted  to  nothing if  patent
nounced  to  take place during tne .. ""���
ternoon.
The catering on board the Ramon I
will be In the hands of Owen Burdette, who will have all manner of refreshments on sale during the trip
up and down the river, and also on
rhe   sports   grounds.      The    i.angleyj
'::":i:i **. smm chub plunged beep
al fair price,, to the excursionists,
Two steamers have been chartered
* >r   the   excursion,   the   Ramona   and
Nervous BreaKOo-Ans Ofttr  Caused by
Pi3��.ence .Of  Great Quant.ties of
Otvaiic   Acid.
.Vi.*. York. July 18.���That be has
discussed a new disease of the nerves
which he terms "oxalurta" before the
��� ������tit International medical congress
at Vienna, is suited by Dr. Gustav
Baar, of Portland. Ore. Dr..Baar, with
hi. daughter Beatrice, arrive*! on the
Kai.ei iWllhelm IL The phytician was
one of .the repetoentatives eent from
this Qflnntry to attend tlie biennial
meeting of medical men.
"1 Hum determined that Sn many
cases itto bteakingtdown of thennerves
is often caused hy the presence of
large Qtreatltles of,oxallc aci* in the
system;" s_aid Dr. Baar. -'Tliis disease i bene nanwd oxalurla, .nto before lh<- congress 1 read a trc��iti��e on
my discoveries and -recommei-i'hi'Jons
as to proper treatmisnt.
"For one thing. 1 believe that the
so-called "teat cure' n.111 soon 3ta a
thins of the "past asm treatmewt 'for
nervous (exhaustion. On the oonnvry,
a stimulation eof tho muscular energios
ls needed iind -tiu? pati��mt would Wire
Immediately be benefitted and tsaii-
mately ruined."
Articles -Protected by Law
Must Bfi Manufactured in
Greal Britain in Future.
London, .duly 16.���It is estimated
In a semi-t.Hicial statement made public today that there bas already been
paid mor,- than $150,000,000 into the
treasury of Great Britain by American and German manufacturers because of the operation of the new patent   laws.
On August 1 a.large number of additional f<K.>-lgii patents are certain to
be revoked. The new patent law-
makes it compulsory that patented
goods musl be manufactured on British soil.
DEATH OF WILLIAM  ROBERTSON.
FIRST OPEN AIR COKCERT
IS LARGELY AITENDEI
After soiiMnhai   Vuigtby     negotla-
tlie civic  ba.nd  concerl   were at.
leagth commenced ia*) evening at Al-
,,,'i Crescent TJuua was e large
���'���vd present, aad a eea .of tftow con.
'������ned the musicimu from the bend-
stanj .1. \\*. Ruahton, the coudiictor,
had i.bout sixteen instruments under
his control, and niiisicxiUy there was
nothlnj to complain of, but tilJ'or-
tunetely the boys present fall to re-
w.ize tha/ If the musician* are to be
beard property, quiet is as ����ces_jjry
as in   a oonoert   hall.
Mr. Rusk/on is determined i�� give
the <dtizens nood musical fare,��nd I*
asinred of \\oAy support In this laudable endeavor. W. Monds sang
School Days" very effectively. All
'be other lterm. were band pieces,
They Included Mabel McKlnley's
"Golden Rod"; a selection of national
airs; a German excerpt, "Aimer Wel-
uer," nnd n capitally played march.
"Dunce ot the Honeybells." and "Cor-
llSel"  were two other neleethins.
Inforraaticui was received here yesterday evening of the .ileath of William Robertson, eldest son of W. Robertson, of 318 Thirll mvenue, at Royal
Jubilee hosjtftiil, Viatori-a. where he
had been under tmeutnient for the pasi
two weeks Htaceaaetl hail been suffering from hejnm-rhagos, and had submitted to two (Dpowtions In the hope
of obtaining _��-ti��f. For a time he
seemed to Improve,, bittui relapse early
yesterday inorD.i_.-C hhowed thai there
was but little hope of his recovery.
The late Mr. Robertson had -taken
part in the South African campaign,
Paving been one eff the lirst to vQlun-
ERENCH TARIFf WILL
BE BETTER DEFINED
to Favor Other Countries.
the Beaver, these leaving the C. P. R.
wharf at 8 a. m. sharp and returning
risen rapids, a.  there were too many  without    reporting    on  works  where ja1  '' P- m- anrt 9 P- nl-
boulders.   The nmtErial -was too heavy . money was to be spent. f ���   -���
for a suction dredge; tt was a job for j A. EL White hardly thought il would
i. dipper dredge. He understood the | be a good thing to wire to Ottawa just
work would be proceeded wdth, as now. Thc money voted would, he
Ehere was an .appropriation in the es-j thought, be spent in accordance with
iimat.es for h. and it would be com- \ 'he arrangements which bad been
pleteii this fail. He asked for further,already made. G. A. Keefer, resident
time with ..iiard to the question of engineer, was thoroughly In accord
the improvement of the Vancouver-' with Mr. Le Baron's report, and he
Westminster road. This request was ��� thought it would be that report which
granted. would  be acted upon.      It  might  be
Bon  Accord   Road. |considered   outside    professional   etl-
.iobn Crean reported with reference , quette to say how far the government
to the Bon Arcord road that the Do- bad adopted tbe report of their en-
minion government had their portion sineers. Mr. Crean urged that their
nearlj completed, .and the Surrey au-.efforts after 'Thirty Feet to the Gulf"
thorities. who were doing the work for 'should be more energetic. N'o mo-
the l-i-ovinci..] government, were- well, ������"<n was passed, as J. B. Kennedy.
advance.]. He hail been to Victoria to M- p- is expected here shortly. A
tee F. C, Gamble, government engi-. suggestion was made that he should
neer, and the road to Bon Accord be asked to explain the situation to
would before long be an accomplished the public, through a report of a corn-
Tact. Part would be eighteen feet mlttee of that board,
wide, and part sixteen feet, the width Banquet Paid for Itself.
or the bridge. He had also interview- The report of the banquet commit-
���sd Capt. Hughes on the subject. A tee showed that the receipts were
cordial vote of thanks was accorded ^���'������', and the expenses $266.90. It
him, on the motion of A. E. White, I was resolved to vote the difference,
secretary, seconded by T. J. Trapp. $20.90, from the funds.
Mr. 'Crean, in res-wnse, did not claim      W. T. Reid was elected a memner.
containing this drug were
not also covered. When parliament
was forbidding cigarettes to sixteen-
year-old boys, it should have forbidden the giving of" opium and morphine to infants.
INTO NATIONAL COFFERS
Murdered   King   of   Portugal   Spent   a
Million  Dcllars   Belonging   to   the
People���Sensations   Due.
Lisbon,  July   lti.���The    commission
that has been investigating the misappropriations  of  crown   property   by
1 the family of the late King Carlos, to-
  day  reported that the early estimate
mi.     t-1 /-. v       rn-   ___. of a million dollars will probably  be
The Franco-Canadian Trade too 8mal] wh6n the entir^ invP.Uga.
Agreement Not Intended tion has been finished. ���
Sensational revelations are looked
for. The young king adheres to his
determination to pay back into the
treasury all the money his late father
is alleged  to have stolen.
SOME COM DECIDES A
SPIRITUALIST PMPETFNT
LITTLE BOY DROWNED DY
FAILING INTO DYKE DITCH
Jury  -Declares   Man Who    Conversed   Harold   Livingston, Three  Years  Old,
Wirth  Unseen Friends Menially       I     Wanders Through Open Gate and
HUttibalanced���Will Broken. Loses   Life   in   Water.
Chicago, duly 16.��� A dispatch to1 A sad fate befell Harold G. Living-
the later-Ocean from Cassopolis, ston, a small boy, aged three years,
Mich., says; That a spiritualist is son of H. Livingston, of Lulu island.
mentally incompetent is the holding j who opened a gate on Wednesday eve-
of the  supreme  court  in  a decision | ninK leading to a ditch adjoining the
dyke on Lulu island, near Even's can-
rendered .yesterday Upholding the verdict of a Cass county jury which de-
Longboat Meets With Accident.
London, July 16.���Longboat, in trying to avoid a country cart, has mtM
with an accident as a resull of which
his ii.iinl.ie has had 10 be rtiscon-
tiniiHl.
ttaer for Bervice in Ore .contingent sent I elded that John F\ Golf was unhalanc-
aim from this city, His health had ed meuully on the subject of splrlt-
Iwen undermined during-tlie time the ualism .ami, therefore, incompetent
spot* on the Soutl. African veldt, asiri ���*ll"u >��* ����de his will disinheriting
be -never fully recowned from a * his only son, Leslie, in favor of ��pWt-
veu attack of fever i-oittr.aCUMi aftei imllsts' associations.
a long period of exposure In '1"'
TrsMnttal.
Deceased Is survived by his father
and ti.uf.K-r, ,a brother. Aleck,���an) two
sisters. Mt-s. T. Gifford, Jr., -who is now
nery. He fell into the ditch, and although the water was not deep, the
boy was drowned. Ur. Rothwell hurried to the scene, hut could only pronounce life extineC The body was
brought up river by the Transfer and
will   be   interred  today   at   the   Odd-
Paris, July 16.���The Journal says
the remedy to the situation over the
Canadian trade convention deadlock
lies in the revision of the French tariff by defining each category in such
detail that Swiss and German articles
could not profit by the exception in-
tended to apply only to those of Canadian origin. Under the most favored nation clause common to almost all
commercial treaties, it appears that
Germany is prepared to insist on the
special treatment accorded Canada,
and that constitutes the prime obsta-
CHIEF WHIPS ARE HURRYING
BUSINESS OF THE SEASON
Ottawa, July 16.���The unique plan
was adopted by the two chief whips
some days ago of assigning a time
limit for the discussion of the several
matters remaining on the order pa-
cle in the eyes of the French senate j per. It has worked excellently so far.
to putting the Franco-Canadian con-iand If It is followed for the remainder
vention into operation. The Journal
claims Canadian goods could be so
described as to bar oui the classification of nearly similar goods of other
countries.
WILL  HOLD MEMORIAL
SERVICE TO WOLFE
of the session the House will flniaiii
its labors on Friday and prorogation
will take place on Saturday, though
there is a possibility of the House
proroguing on Friday night, the members being anxious to get away, tf possible, before Saturday.
SPAM'S NEW FLEET WILL
BE STRICTLY HOME BUILT
Madrid,     July     16.���Contracts    for
London, July 16.���On the day of the
dedication of the battlefields at Quebec there will be a stately memorial
service1 at St. Alrege church at Greenwich, where Wolfe Is buried. The
lord mayor and sheriffs of the city of
London will attend In official robes, gpaln'B new navy will be let to Span-
and it is expected that detachments j ^^ builders .according to an announce-
of Wolfe's old regiments will also be ment made today. The new navy
present. which will replace the one lost in the
Chairman Jackson, of the London j war Witti the I'nited States, will con-
county council education committee,ig 8j8t 0f three armored cruisers,, eacb
urging London teachers to bring honie't)f L5.000 tons, three torpedo baail-3k*-
INSURANCE PAID ON
STOLEN MAIL SACKS
fellows' cemetery.
at Caledonia Springs with the Westminster lacwsse team, and Miss Mn/ie
Robertson, <t*f the city hall staff.
The body -will be brought her* today foT Interment. The date nf the
funeral has noi yet been fixed.
MUST SELL ALL OPIUM
WITHIN  THREE   MONTHS
Ottawa. July 16.���In the senate this
afternoon Hon. Mr. Scott announced
that th�� government has considered
the application of Chinese merchants
for six months ln which Jo dispose of
their opium stocks before the Anti-
Opium bill went into effect. Ho said
the government would not grant more
than three months as announced.
Trades and Labor Council Meeting.
A meeting of the Trades an.l Labor
council   of  this   city   w
tie   held  at
lLos Angeles, Cal., July 16���Although
poi.'al inspectois have failed to locate,
the negro who is believed to have
stolen, at Kansm. City, a registered
mall pouch, whlct left this city June 3,
en .-o..te to .New fork, the remitters
of cur-Msncy and r__iuable_ will probably recover their Bosses in full. The
Farmer,, .and Merelutots' bank of Los
Angeles, which fofwwded $60,000 in
currency .'o Nlew Vork correspondent, in the missing poach, was today
reimbursed for the losn by the Canton
Insurance company, of Hong Kong,
China, through its local agent.
CONCILIATION REPORT
FAVORS MECHANICS
Winnipeg, July 16.���The conciliation
board ln the railway shops dispute.
has mailed its report to Ottawa. No
details are given out here except that
there is a compromise on some ]>oints.
but tfye men generally receive concessions in their relation to the company.
DentroyiSr of Destroyers.
London, July Hi.���Preparations for
the speed test of H. M.. S. Swift, said
to be the fastest b.iat In the world, on
the Clyde, are under way. The boat,
known as an ocean going torpedo boat
destroyer, is in reality a destroyer of
destroyers.    It   is  expected  that  she
The report on the whole favors
m.n.
tbe
to children the meaning of the Canadian rejoicings.
"Gasworks" Cure for Whooping Cough
All children troubled with whooping cough are invited to take the
"gasworks" cure at one o'clock this
afternoon, Manager Brown, of the
Westminster gasworks, making the
announcement that 'provision has been
! made for the comfort, of all who care
to attend. Twice a month the purifiers In use at the works are changed.
While this work Is in progress sulphureted hydrogen is released from
the big Iron tanks, the Inhaling of this
having a beneficial effect upon all
troubled with whooping cough. Aid.
Garrett, whose two children are taking the gasworks cure, will be pres-
stroyers of 350 tons, 21 torpedo1 boats',
of 100 tons, and four guu*0oats ot SOtn
tons.
Seven years is the time lim't s����, tot.'
the completion of the new rraV7. 'fYite'
vessels will be built at Ferrol and at
Carthagenla.
Embargo Must Remain.
London, July 16.���According to the
Westminster   Gazette,    Premier   Asquith, in reply to a delegation yesterday, refused to consider the removal
of the Canadian cattle embargo, under the present circumstances..
Forest Fire Under Control.
Bellingham.    July    16.���A    soaking j ent at tne treatment this afternoon, as
well as Dr. Manchester, who wlll investigate the treatment which threatens to reduce the number of juvenile
patients ln this city.
rain yesterday permitted tbe flre war
dene and rangers to get the forest
flre, which has heen burning for four
days five miles northeast of Bellingham, completely under control. For
some Ume the suburb of Silver Beach
was   threatened.    The  loss  by  Nolte
the usual time find pl8*e this evening, I will show o speed of 39 knots &n how, i
Working Full Time.
London, Ont., July 15,���Seven hun-
Bros. and the Mogul Logging com- jdred employees of the McClary Manu-
pany cannot be estimated until emit*- j facturing company, who have been on
ers can cover the burned over dis- I short time for some-time, were put on
trict. | full time yesterday.
Monster Sturgeon Captured*..
Aberdeen, July 16.���A sturgeon that
broke all recent records was caught
in the bay this morning by a Finnish
fisherman. The big flsh weighed 227
pounds and measured seven feet eleven inches from tip to tip.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Bishop   Lewis.
Dr. Wilson Soeley Lewis, who was elected a bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church at the general conference held in Baltimore
last May, was born July 17, 1857. at Russell, N. Y. He attended St.
"Lawrence university and later graduated from Cornell college. After
his graduation he became a school teacher and for a time he occupied a pastorate of the Methodist Episcopal church. In 188S he became
principal of the Epworth seminary at Epworth, Iowa, and he filled
that position for nearly ten years. In 1897 he was chosen president
of Morningside college at Sioux City, Iowa. During the ten years and
more that he continued in the presidency he established his reputation among the foremost educator*- in the middle west. His success in
building up Morningside college was directly responsible for his being
elected a bishop of the church at the Baltimore conference.
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IAND DUCTED BATTLE
FOUGHT IN NORTH SEA
Positions of Warships in the
This Date in History
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let us have your order for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay first
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
RYALL'S
JULY  17.
1.29���Charles VII. of France crowned
at Rheims through the instrumentality of the simple peas-
...     .      ���r     . ,-, - ant girl, Joan of Arc.
Mimic Warfare Changed 11674_Dr Isaac Watts famous bymn
by Orders Via Wireless.    < writer, bom.   Died Nov. 25,
1748.
1793���Execution of  Charlotte Corday.
1S12���British   and   Indians    captured
Fort  Mackinaw,  one    of  the
London, July 16.���England tried today a new experiment in naval warfare, the conducting of a battle from
land by wireless.
Over three hundred vessels now
manouvering in the North sea engaged
in a sham battle, the movement of
every vessel being kept through wireless by experts in the admiralty office in this city.
As each ship changed her position
or fired on the enemy, the move was
reported to the naval .experts here.
They sat before a map showing the
situation at every minute. Markers
were moved about on the map much
as pieces would be moved on a chess
board, the moves being flashed to the
vessels by wireless, lt is claimed that
this system would be better in the
controlling of vessels than by an admiral In action, as the men on land
can receive reports and work out the
problem while removed from the excited scenes of the battle.
The experts who conduct el the battle from the admiralty otflce would
not comment on the result. They
slmply said that it was satisfactory.
strongest outposts of the United States.
1836���William White, one of the founders of the Protestant Episcopal church in America, and
chaplain of the Continental
Congress, died jin Philadelphia. Born there April 4,
1747.
1840���Pioneer Cunard steamer Britannia arrived at Halifax.
1882���Indian battle of Big Dry Wash,
.Arizona.
1894���President Cieve.and signed the
act admitting Utah to the
union.
Mosquito SCARE
Does the work.   Try it.
At Ryall's Drug Store
J W^JMMM
IS
COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY, RE-   -,.*
AT THE HOTELS.
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN, EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
*  merits of the engines.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS "���.       :���.$*   - ���
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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Lchenbach!
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
l
PKone 101
Pkone 101 i
!
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orce
Three packages
for
25c.
Sells regu-
iarly at two packages
for
25c.
We have
some
No.
1
potatoe.*    al
$1.50 per sack, or
flftj
po
Jnds for 85c.
This is a 1
ow price, as they are vet
scarce.
0
AUTHORITIES CAPTURE 500
LAW EVADING CHINAMEN
El Paso, Texas. July 16.���Almost
' 10 per cent increase is the record for
. tpturing smuggled Chinamen by El
. tso   Immigration   authorities   during
. lasl half nf the fiscal year wiiich
��� losed   lune ti.
Since/December last, 500 Chinamen
have been captured after having reached American soil from the Mexican
side of the ,{io Grande against a total
of only 47 for the preceding year.
PIONEER   COURT   INCIDENTS.
Russen.
Edgar R.  Parkins,  .Montreal.
Gus Dunn, Vancouver.
B. W. Fleck, Vancouver.
W. F. Zurick, Seattle.
W. Morrison, Pitt Meadows.
G. Freeman, Pitt Meadows.
X. Ilorsman, Toronto.
11. G.  L. Heisterman and wife, Vic
toria.
Knox Walkem, Vanoouver.
Windsor.
II. E. Miller. Xiconien.
Richard Mahony. Everett.
John Pepin. Vancouver.
A.  Girgres.  Vancouver.
F.   E.  Jones,  Burnaby.
A. ('. Smith, Vancouver.
John I.urck, Vancouver.
J. J. Patterson, Bellingham.
The Season Has Arrived for You to ���
Preserve Strawberries l!
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Deliver
���! Phone 97.
;l
DO YOU POSSESS
They are in fine condition, and are to be
had' cheaper at the PUBLIC   SUPPLY 5
STORE than any other store in town. ���
Call   Us Up  and  Give  Us   Your  Oder X
THE t
Public Supply Stores GEOprAonAMS
that comfortable feelij^c of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
���������   The =====
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Phone   92.
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Pre* and  Easy   Manner* In  Early  Hli- j
noit Trials.
Most   of   the   early   Illinois   courthouses were Ior built, but Iu some dis- |
triets, snys the author of "Lincoln, the I
Lawyer," the sessions were held In the '
barrooms of taverns, and the absence
Of all formality ln the proceedings Is j
best Illustrated by the fact that In the ,
circuit   court  of  Washington   county, !
held by Judge John Reynolds, the slier-
Iff usually heralded his honor by sing- j
tng out, "Come In, boys!   Our John ls
.n-goln' to hold court:" to which cordial
Invitation those having business witb !
ithe law responded.
Another sheriff In Union county mnrte
laudable efforts to meet the require-
ments of the occasion by shouting out
this singular announcement: "Oh, yes! j
���Oh, yes! Oh, yes! The honorable judge
is now opened 1"
��������� /n one case a judge who desired to
display bis learning Instructed the jury
very fully, laying down tbe law* with i
authority, but the jurors, after dellb-
eratiug some hours, found themselves
unable to ngree. Finally the foreman
rose and asked for additional iustruc-
tions.
"Judge, this 'ere ts the difficulty." ha l
explained.   "The jury want to know if I
that thnr what you told us was r'al'y |
the law, or on'y jlst your notion."���
Youth's Companion.
A fiiit.crcr from Insomnia mny wor>
barfl tit physical and mental labor, y*_n
the night eometh when no man cas
work. The Insomniac, utterly fatigued
farts bito a slumber-not n sound, r*>
freshing, dreamless slumber, but ���
coma, lethargy, a torpor, born of fa
tlgue. In n few hours the demon say*
"Awake!" and the Insomnlnc starts Id
stantly Into waking, with bright, star
lng, WinkleSS, sleepless eyes. Is tlieit
oo cure? None. Insomnia comes with
tigp. You cannot cure your years. You
used to sleep yesterday w!icn you wutt
young. "Not poppy nor mandragora
nor nil tbe drowsy sirups of the world
can medicine thee to that sweet sleep
which yesterday thou hailst." ��� Sa).
Francisco Argonaut
The Big Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
Still Goes on at the "Big Clothing House"
Owing to the backward season we find
ourselves overstocked
with
Summer Goods
which we have to sacrifice. Our loss is
your gain.
In two-piece, some in three-
piece summer suits, tweeds
and worsteds.
Throe-piece, dark
yours   for  . . . .
color, $9.00;
 $5.00
Two-piece light
colors, $10.00:
Two-piece light
colors,   $11,110;
Two-piece light
colors, $12.00;
Two-piece light
colors, $13.00;
Two-piece light
colors, $ir>.00;
and medium
now  . .$6.50
and medium
now . .$7.50
and medium
now  . .$8.00
and medium
now  ..$9.10
and medium
now. .$10.50
Boys' Clothing, Bathing Suits, Men's Shirts, Men's Ties.
All Included in the Big Sale
PhlllipS, The   Wardrobe  Clothier
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAII. A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     p. g. LYLE,  Mgr.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
CO Ah
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Bom  345
���Phone    105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WEST!
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
 L.
Manufacturer* and Dtater* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
i
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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��� himmsaW ��� i ii Friday, july 17, 1908
THE DALLY NEWS.
Eh
S.S.   RAMONA
captain bonser.
of
Regular sailings between
Canadian     North-West NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLI-
Homestead   Regulations. WACK,
\nv even numbered section ot Do- ,.a!I;ng at Hammond, Haney, Langley, j
nion lands  In  Manitoba,  Baakatch- Mission and way porU, with pas-
H ,u and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, sengers  and freight.
reserved, may be homesteaded by Leavt..    Uraclunan & Ker    wharf,1
person who is the sole bead of a Xew  WeBtmlMter|  Tuesdays, Thurs-
f. >"' "��  u,al(; 0V<* lii years ����   days and  Saturday at 8 a- m.
Leave..  ChilllwacI*  Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
or any male over 18 years of
o the extent of one-quarter sec-'
;  ,,l 160 acres, wore or less.
Application   for   entry     must     iie
ide in person  by the applicant at
Dominion Lauds Agency    or   sub-
gency  for the  district  in   which  the
nd is situate.    Entry hy prowy may,
iwever,  be  made  at an  agency ou
rtain conditions by the father, moth
���  -mn, daughter, brother or sister of
j intending  homesteader,
be homesteader is rejulred to peril the homestead duties under one
,{ tbe following plans*
HI   At least six months' residence
pon  and  cultivation of  the land  in
H!i year  for  three  years.
i.i    .-i Homesteader may,  if be so
sires,  perform  the    required,  roai-
nce  duties   by   living  on    farming
:,: owned  solely  b**  him.  not less
n eigbty  (80)  acres in extent, in
.   , , inlty of bis homestead.   Joint
,,.,��� nip In land will not meet this
i. mi io.
.   tf tbe father (or mother, if the
deceased) of a homesteader
.. rmanent residence on farming
n.l owned solely  by  him,   uot  less
I   , Ighty   (80)   acres  in   exteul,  in
��� vicinity of the homestead, or up-
i  ,i homestead eutered for by him
the vicinity, such homesteader may
jrform his own residence duties by
ring with the father (or mother).
i ii    The term    vicinity" In the two
(receding  paragraphs  is   defined    as
leaning nol more than nine miies in
direct line, exclusive n' the width
f road allowances crossed    in    the
���asurement
(j),   A   homesteader   intending     to
erfortn   his   residence   duties   in   ac-
jordance with the above while living
ith parents or on farming land own-
! bj himself must notify the agen!
tor the district of such intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
given to the Commissioner of Do-
Inion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
o apply for patent.
W,  W. CORY.
|)eputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at** ��
Five Cents a Bar
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R.   WllIT.VIORF. Secretary.
TRY    AN
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mas, ���an
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Standard for
15 Years.
"the GRAND old r^cr:.::"
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CONDENSED   STORIES.
How a Shrev._   Hotel  Clerk  Tested  ������
"llonett"   Man.
The late ex-Senator Mahotie of
Virginia w;is trying to effect a settlement with a man who he knew to
be dishonest. The man declared he
was above suspicion and wanted the
ex-senator to be careful and nol a< -
cuse him of double dealing. "1
won't accuse you," tlie ex-senator
drawled, "hut I'll tell you a story of
a man who knew himself to hc thoroughly honest. This fellow registered late at night at a popular hotel
in a bi<: city. His sporty look and
general demeanor made the hotel
clerk wary, and he promptly suitl
that every room was occupied. 'Aw,
come off/ _aid the sport, 'I'm just as
good as anybody, and I must have,
at least, a hed io sleep in.'   The
SUffRAGETTtS DEQUE
ADVERTISING IS BEST
Rou^hhouso Tactics   Abandoned by Vote Seeker?
Campaign of Publicity.
I J. J. MacKay & Co !
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
Tor Your Barns.
For Your Outbuilding-,.
. orYour Poul'ry-houeea.
For Your Ro  .     r.zc.
Made in  three   permanent  colon���
CRAY, RKD, BROWN.    Contains
no tar; will not inch,    Contains no
paper; will not na.   Will not catch J^
tire from sparks    Any handy man Rj?
S  can apply it.   Send lor samples and   EH
Booklet ' H
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L. E. WATERMAN
NEW   LINCOLN
PREMIER
AUTOMAT
BLOTAFIL  (Self-filling)
CONKLIN   (Self-filling)
MORRIS (Non-lcakable,.
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London, Julj 16.���The Suffragettes
toda> adopted a new plan ol action
by which their _m Ugerent tactics wlll
be abandoned and they will under! ike
a campaign ol advertising and education.
The organization announced that
stands would be erected In ill public
resorts   and places   of    amusement,
where suffragette orators will address
lectures on all occasions and exhort
thi people to Join them in their warfare for equal suffrage,
The motto "Votes tor Women" will
bo painted and stamped on sidewalks
and hare walls throughout  London aud
other cities ot the. kingdom. Hundreds
oi Suffragettes today are using bicycles, riding through the streets, each
bearing a banner with the organization motto and other legends of the r
campaign.
The   National  Women's Suffragists
organization    announced  thai   it wilt
eondud  a house to house canvass ou
i behalf of the women, which will ex
I tend  to the remotest  corners of the
Empire.
The leaders sty they have come to
the conclusion that their belligerent
methods would continue lo produce
nothing bul failure, and It is Impossible for them to cope filh the authorities, and they have received little aid
through the martyrdom of their members who have gone to jail.
. 0. Box   474.        Tel.   53. Rei
Estimates   Submitted.
ri'i
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID.  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
B.���Unauthorized  publication   ,l\ Wrought   Iron   Gates,   ^nces,   Crest-
:this   advertisement   will ��not   he   paid
lor
Synopsis ui  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
An., available Dominions lands Wlth-
|n the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
i is the sole head of a family, or
any male over IS years of age, to the
It-xtent of one-quarter  section of  ItiU
|acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
Htbe local laud office for the district in
���which the land is situate. Entry by
���proxy may, however, be made on cer-
��� tain conditions by the father, mother,
ings. Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
F. CRAKE.:
English Watchmaker
Two  door,  from   Geo. Adorn*,  Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes trom 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch01*    open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  doubl*
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
daughter, brother or sister of an | ca8e- *7,50 '���**���
intending homesteader.     ���
Tho homesteader I? required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence!
upon and cultivation of the land iu j
each  year  for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the I
father is deceased),    of   the    home- :
i
Header resides upon  a  farm in    the
vicinity of the land entered for, the j
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his perman-
1 ut residence upon fanning land owned by him iu the vicinity of his houie-
Btead, the requirements   as   to resi-'
dence may be satisfied by   residence :
upon the said land.
*:x months' notice in writing Should
1 e i-*iveu to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
( OAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty one yiar.
SI an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2..60 acres shall he
leased to one Individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
'on shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
*    *
Aerated Water?.
.  Family trade a specialty.
r��l- 113. Office   Eight street
.      NEW   WESTMINSTER.   t��.   C.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watchea, supplied to the Well-man
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweirj. etc.. etc.
Watch ���������-���pairing: enarges reason-
i hfti
Sentfa Approval
To Responsibi.8 PeoplS
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
fSh* Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��� 14,400,000.0"
RESERVE  .!.      111.000.000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England.
New York, Chicago and  Spokane. U.S.A.. and Mexico City     A   'en-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letter* of Credit Issued, available wltL correapoodenta in all oatls ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department    Deposits received Id sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NW WrE8TMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER. Man.<��T
"WHY,   TIIAT  OLD    MAN    'N   MY   ROOM    k
DEAD I"
clerk said ho had one bed not oc-
cupied, but thc man who . lept in it
' must be not only honest, but above
��� suspicion.    In strong language the
j sport asserted that he was all right
' and had never done a dishonest act.
I Then  the clerk explained that he
had a  room with  two  beds in it,
and the farther one from the door
was occupied by  an  old man, an
eccentric millionaire, who insisted
upon sleeping with a bag of precious
Btonos under his pillow.    This old
man retired curly, slept soundly, nnd
got up late.    If the sporting man
would agree not to strike a light,
not to disturb the sleeper, but to
undress quietly and get up early, he
i might occupy the bod near thc door.
1 He  readily agreed, saying he had
1 often slept   in rooms where other
I parties had great wealth in  gems
| lying  around  loose.    Three   hours
! after he had been shown to the room
he   rushed  downstairs   in   his  pajamas,  quivering  with  excitement,
and exclaimed to the clerk.
" 'Why, that old man in my room
I is dead; dead us a doornail'.'
" 'Yes, 1 know it. How did y
find it out?' queried tbe clerk."-
Leslie's Weekly.
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Humor aa Philosophy
By DUNCAN M. SNITB
THE FLEETING MOMENT-
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Two
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Bt Ifc.t an, Man   bC _\TK_.
tllu��lf��llan�� ars Eiacl Sui
Every p��n guantnlri <!
full HK1. sclid Gold-cut
1 on right hand may be h��>l
in either our .tatulue!
lilack opaque pattern, or
Nnn-tireakalile Tratispiu-
ent, an de. 'red, ��it!ier in j
plain or engraved finis'i.
a* prelerred.
V.m m_y trylhl��|*n a ���*_���_,
If yOU .lu Uol tllld It M lain a.     I.   I
* la-itof .ni. le than >ou t.i, .<���
|   t���n   fur   TM-IK  T.MII. lHia ,r.U*l.
IOI la   ��ny olh.r n,��\... It I'll
l antlrely  iit;.f��. i.-ry In ���T��rj
,\,r.-i ra-lnm 11 and ** *'ll <*
y.u 11,10 fwr ll.
Crto* I in In our (amoni n
Popular Urn dm Ink Ivtml
,���nii,l.i- IMI proof Irlnmlih,��i
I bo cnrrir.1   ii,   ony   poililon
poaliel or ihnpptni !�������, *riin h,I
any   aniilo al tli_t ta.... 1.     ���   ���'
num    I oi. r i 11 ir k   t**&,   Irlflloni
f.oi nt, pulihtd talotnlitd nil" '
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linw  " If at y.u f.ir^rl   '    A.lil'...
|f Laughlin Mfg. Co.
223    M_j-lt'c Bids-.
Detroit. "J**
lnterurban   Line.
('-.wa for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(hast car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Care leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city llmHB over tne
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, tweraty min- *
uteB after and forty minutes af- i
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
st ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  n&it-nouny i>��
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Coute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepi
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
itages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a throogh*winte����i*rTic��
Fot  infortnation apply to
J. H. ROGERS, TraBic Manauef,
Vaccooret. B- C
"The Milwaukee" * * r
'Tls gone,  tla sone forever,
Thc moment that Is paat,
LoBt ln that whirling eddy,
Eternity, the va��t.
But why Bhould we regret It
Or sadly of lt speak?
There'll be another coming
And several more next week.
And, pray. Who would delay It
Or bid the moment stay?
We might as well be cheerful
And Fp<.'d it on Its way.
Of course the gem is priceless,
But, pray,  what would you do
If It should take a notion
To loaf ui hour or two7
We se. the moment Kolng
And say: "Alas, that onei
We never shall behold it
Ai;aln.   lis race la run."
But If It sta>ed an hour
ln��tead of sixty winks
Twmild be too long till breakfast
And also between drinks.
Then do not get excited,
Although the momenta fly,
For If you waste a couple
Another one la nigh.
And really It la silly
To take the thing to heart.
For they're so much like broths**
Tou can't toll them apart.
Birds' Wagoa.
la t_M garden then* are a thonsund
���mail offenders that he who tills tti*
���oil for pl��a��ure would willingly for-
If It be granted that the thrush
blackbird   steal   a   certain
��� amount of fruit, still their presence la
so beautiful and their song so sweet
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Chicago, London,
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Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
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PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, ate., adtfress
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have read or his denials of all knowledge of facts of that   letteT    would
never have been made.
Published by the Daily News Pub- j     Then   in   comment   on    this   out-
listting   Company,   Limited,   at   their i rageously false epistle, editorials were
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Frout | written and published in a determina-
���treet., New Westminster, B. C. ' tion to prove how much    worse    the
! Liberals were than the Conservatives,
C A.  Paige Managing  Director
obsequies of the last of their "scandals" ?
Notwithstanding their unability to
prove anything resembling wrong-doing on the part of the Commissioners
of the Transcontinental Railway the
enquiry did good, in that It afforded an
opportunity  to  prove to  the country
FRIDAY, JULY   17,  1908
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DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forget that the Liberal Government has taken the civil service
ont of politics, and advancement In
same will go by competitive examination and not political pull.
| tne    whole    Conservative press,    the' how ,al solutely above-board    all    the
j Columbian included, chuckled over it,: transactions of the construction of the
gloated over it, saw a silver lining to' new national highway have been, and
: their twelve years cloud, felt .a chincok are, and how impossible under the Act
j melting the  frigid  shades  of opposi-  0f 1903 it is for any illegal advances
tion,  and  when the  whole  Conserva-|to be made to any contractor because
tive support in the country had been | of the iron bound conditions of    the
warmed up, so to speak, the Conser-  contract.
May we hope that this final venture
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
vatives In the House brought the
matter up. In this action lay their
fatal mistake.
The Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway very natunally resented this aspersion upon their
honor, and therefore asked for an immediate inquiry by a committee of
Parliament, as being the most speedy-
means to get at the facts so that the
matter could be cleared up while the
House was in session. That enquiry
was at once granted, with the result
that when Major Hodgins had    been
of the Opposition, given as It was on
so great an anniversary so spectacular
a funeral, may teach It a lesson that
such tactics will never aid It to get a
hold on the purse strings of the country.
PROVINCIAL LICENSES TO JAPS.
The Columbian and Attorney-General Bowser, Minister of Fisheries of
the McBride Government, have been
load in their proclamation that   the
Provincial  Government  was  at least I examined and "crc.ss-examined he had
keeping the Japanese out of the fish-  t(j admU h|g mlaconception of the con-1
ing business on the Fraser River. t_act between the Government and the
Now what are the facts ? G_and Trunk Piacifl<, and tuat ne tuuy (
Japanese who could    not    produce  reaHzed th.at ,f there was any differ. |
naturalization papers as British sub-  ence QS tQ classlncatjon it was a mat-
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
Grant  from Winnipeg.
Winnipeg. July 16.���The board of
control yesteTday morning decided to
recommend a grant of $1000 from the
city of Winnipeg to the Quebec battlefields fund.
jects were refused licenses at Steveston and New Westminster by the
Dominion Government officials have
teen granted licenses at so much per
by the Provincial Government officers,
and now that this has leaked out they
are rustling to get these licenses returned, but the wily Japs do not understand and refuse to give up these
scraps of official paper.
What Is the Columbian and Mr.
Bowser going to do about it ? According to the Columbian brand of
argument, the Minister is responsible.
ff so why does it not censure him and
demand his resignation.
We oan give names, dates, etc., etc.,
i.' the Columbian will make the demand for the Minister's resignation.
ter which should, under the contract,
be settled by arbitration. As a matter of fact an arbitration on these
classifications was in progress, and
i Major Hodgins knew It was in progress, before he allowed the Colonist
to use him to bring the charges to the
public ear.
Now, was it surprising therefore
that the anniversary of the "great
finale" of Conservative rule for a
generation should have seen the final
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
A COINCIDENCE.
Happenings that    mark    dates    as
historic    should    never    escape    the
memory of a political leader.   July 8, !eeJved
1896, was the day on which Sir Charles !
Tupper handed to the Queen's representative the seals of office of himself
..���nd his comrades    in    that    historic
mission to get the country to endorse |   _���
the remedial bill compelling .Manitoba
tc adopt Ihe separate  school  system
which so utterly failed.
July S.  1908, was the day chosen by
the  Conservative Opposition  in    the
Rouse of Commons, to bring on   the
discussion of the so-called ������Hodgins'
scandal."
What a coincidence !    How ii failed
1 add in the strength of the Conser-
atlve party !   And why ?   Simply be-
an8e as In the Ill-starred casp of Sir
Charles   Tupper,   bum    In  whal     Sir
Mackenzie  Bowell dubbed "a  nest of
traitors' 'the party paid as little heei
to tin. existing conditions as it did In ���
the case which Sir Charles    so    eloquently led to defeat.
It was a peculiar coincidence in leed
.that the anniversary of the final act!
in the fall nt' the Tupper Ministry
-should have also witnessed the utter
collapse of the one big "sure-to-go-
oH" .scandal on which the Conserva- I
tives in the House and in the country
had their hopes raised high, and on
which, in their jubilation, they relied
for the downfall of the Laurier Government.
A1 no period in the history of this
���great Dominion since the* days of
(Confederation has there been a
greater "debacle" of political ambitions. It only required a plain state- j
itrtent of fact as given In the convinc-1
lng arguments of Messrs. Garvell,
Geoffrlon and Macdonald to utterly
shatter for all time the s'**-usli*rHjnal
charges on which the Conservative
paattf triiflted for political life.
So  conclusive   was   the    array    of!
facts that the great unwashed in    the
gallery felt instinctively that someone
had  played the    Conservative    party.
and   made  or    attempted     to    make
.Major  Hodgins the medium    through
whom and on whom they depended to
���-������vi   color of wrongdoing,    and  that
fciiey    had    landed    in   a    bottomless
morass  from  which rescue could not
eventuate.    The  facts  were  so   very
plain and simple:  Major Hodgins had
���been   dismissed from  a    position    iv*
.felt  himself  qualified  to  fill,   lv.   was
sore, and under the sting they felt it
would  be easy to use hini to bolster j
'ip a charge so that it would be broadcasted over the Dominion.    Under the
icondltionB,    with    no    possibility    of
other redress, it was easy to get him
to see 'be opportunity at his hand to
_ittract attention to his case, in    the
press of the country, and in this mind
be may have seen a distant vision and
dropped a word or two which was immediately taken up and made a story
of.  and   a letter handed him  to sign,
���tho contents of which he could never1
RUBBER STAMPS
No mors n*ed of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by exp-ert workmen,
and
Honor for Archbishop.
London, July 16.���Cambridge university has conferred the degree of
doctor of law on Archbishop Matheson, of Ruperts Land.
Government Seeks   Protection.
Norfolk, Va., July 16.���The United
States government filed a petition in
the Jamestown exposition federal court
litigation here today asking protection as creditor of the exposition on
account of its $1,000,000 loan.
I
Reid & Co.
H.  L. DeBeck
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Successors   to
TO THE	
Tenders Wanted
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail  orders filled same day  as  re-
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
Sealed tenders, marked Tenders for
Excavation, will be received by the
undersigned up to noon on Monday,
the 20th of July , for excavating basement, of K.iof P. hall, southeast corner
of Eighth and Agnes street, New
Westminster, B. C.
Plans may be seen at the office of
W. D. Goodfellow, architect. Dominion
Trust Block,
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
P. McINTOSH,
Secretary Building Committee.
Bt s 8, New Westminster. B. ('.
Successful
Buyer
We Extend  a
to   Visit   Our
Special   Invitation
Store   During Our
Great Cut Price
Stock Reducing Sale
There Are Many Reasons Why
You Should See Our Goods Before
Buying, and They Are All Summed
Up in the Prices We Quote and the
Quality of Goods We Offer for Sale
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Successors   to   H.   L.  DeBeck
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Are Your feet Comfortable These
Hot Days?
We'll Guarantee You
Foot Comfort
If  You  Give  Us  an  Opportunity   to  Shoe  You
Comfort Shoes for Men
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have tor the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, bul start your orchard right, ....  buying
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered  with fumlga
well as getting acclimated trees,   We hav,. over 200,000 fruit treei
can handle your order, no matter what the size,    if ��,     have
agenl In your locality, write to ns at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Men's   Brown Canvas Oxfords with flexible
leather soles $1.25 and $1.50
Men's White Canvas Oxfords and Bals���the
kind that don't squeak $2.50 to $3.00
Men's Tan Oxfords���The ''Warwick," "Invictus" and "Walk-Over" makes.
Per pair $4.50 to $5.00
ARE YOUR EYESl
Troubling You ?
If so, come and  have them
amined.      We  make  no charjil
for testing your eyes.    All won|
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical
Parlors   in  T.   Gifford'i|
Jewelry   Store.
White Canvas Shoes for Ladies
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There is none so cool and comfortable as a White Canvas
Shoe for the extremely hot weather.
Ladies' White Canvas, Blucher Cut Oxfords.  Pair.. .$1.75
Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords with canvas covered heels.
Pair $2.00 to $2.25
Misses' and Children's White Canvas Shoes.. ..75c to$1.50
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd. I
Sign of the Big Electric Boct.
B
New Westminster
I TR AVFRS M-THINKER and
J.   1 MXr*. T LilXO  VAI II HTM!
VALUATOR
All   business  in  this line  guaranteed
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday mornln
on the  Market square.
"THE
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FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Bloch
What They All Say
"I   didn't   know   we   enn! I
get such good work in Wesl
minster."
These are the word, of one
of our customers (a professional mam   when    we    d<-
llvered     ;i     new      lot     of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Aveau*
PHONE  370.
BOWELL A ODDY, Proprietor*. rR|DAY,   JULY   17,   1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
[The Cash Stores | T.   H.   Smith [The Gash Stores |
Summer Sale News Items
Now for the Greater Enthusiasm in the
 JULY SALE���
Nothing succeeds like success; nothing incites this
store to the greater efforts like your appreciation of
the great inducements of the July sale. The summer
goods to use and wear now and for weeks ahead are
being scattered right and left, but that's not all,
every stock is being shaken up. The plum tree of
big savings is being shaken as never before, and the
plums are falling thick and fast.
Surprising value in
women's white underskirts
$2.00 VALUES FOR $1.00.
Fifty in the lot, made of fine cambric Nainsook
and Spanish long cloth; deep embroidery flounce
and tucks, Our regular $2.00 line; July sale
price   $1-00
40c corset covers for 25c
Three and a half dozen in the lot; made of soft
���  Nainsook   embroidery  and  lace trimming;   a  good
selling line at 40c.   July .ale price  25c
The Biggest Waist
Bargain of the Season
$2 Women's Waists for $1
Eighty-three Waists of fine Lawn and Mull and Swiss Muslin; over
thirty different and distinct designs nicely trimmed with Valencienne lace
and shadow work embroidery. This is ��� snap seldom offered at this season
of the year.    Regular price Is $2.00,   Your choice for  $1.00
New shipment of madras muslins
v   lys  ihreasl of the times.    We take pleasure In showing you (or  the  first   time the  new  Madras
Mas!;.   . th     ath< Iral design, the latest thing In draper).   We have be  comprehensive a  range of these
oods a - are to be found anywh re,   Prices from, per yard  40c to 90c
English bath towels
50c pair
.wenty-fony by fifty-two Inches, half bleached
and pine whit.- Turkish Towelling.   Ju j sale price,
 50c
80c hemstitched pillow
case for 60c
Full bleache.1 Cotton, 42 by M inches, beautifully
hemstitched. Per pair 60c
Nottingham lace curtains
$1.50 pair
In white with   nice    applique    border,     Regular
$2.25.   July sale price   $1-50
15c art muslin
for 7 l-2c
Thirty  and >(i Inches wide; some double bordered.
light  grounds.    Julj   sale price
.71 ,c
Wash goods at bargain prices
In fancy organdies Batistes, Muslins: all perfect goods.   July suit- price, per yard  10c
Big savings in linen handkerchiefs
Out of our big assortment we haw picked these two items for your consideration:
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS, 20c EACH.
In  pure Irt ,h linen. 18 inch border. Regular price
30c each,    July sale price, each  20c
MEN'S   LINEN   HANDKERCHIEFS,   40c   VALUES
FOR 25c.
In  men's pure Irish linen. 't and '-j inch border.
Regular  10c each    July sale price, each  25c
New Windsor Ties for Ladies in Great Variety
HOSIERY VALUES
HOSIERY VALUES
*-fK-*lJM|B      75c LACE LISLE HOSE FOR 50c
la pink, blue, grey, black and white Lace Lisle Hose; also a manufacturer's sample line of various embroidered Cashmere and Lisle, 7. c and 86c values.    July sale pric**. per pair  50c
Small wares department
SPECIAL ITEMS
35c AND 40c WASH BELTS FOR 25c.
In   embroidered  white Duck   with  fancy buckles,
etc.   July sale price  ......*.. .26c
Ladies fancy neckwear
All our Women's fancy Neckwear is reduced tor
the balance of this month; also fancy Pins, Blousa
Sets and Jewelry.
Dress tweeds and colored
lustres for 30c per yard
A late shipment of fancy Tweeds and plain
I.usires. Regular liOe values are being shown this
Week at, per yard 30c
2uc ginghams for 12 l-2c
A golden opportunity.   All our magnificent stock
Of 16c and 20a Scotch Ginghams are on sale at one
price, per yard
 12'/2c
T. H. Smith's
GREAT   SEMI-ANNUAL   SALE
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OtyNewsj j^ Rea(j This Special j
Mayor Keary is still indisposed, and | ���    f\ ' ,       ~\ ~l X
$8.501
Mayor Keary is still indisposed, and | ���
was unable to be down at his office j *
yesterday.
Guichon Hotel meals 25c. **
Householders desiring to be placed
!on the municipal voters' list must
| send In their applications to the city
j clerk by the first of August.
The body of C. W. B. Daniels, who
jwas drowned at Barnet on Dominion
i Day, was shipped yesterday from Van's couver to Victoria for burial.
For cut flowers for any floral work,
j ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
D. D. Bourke, of 128 Cariboo street,
left yesterday on an extended visit
to the East. He will go to Ottawa,
and thence to Quebec, later visiting
Nova Scotia, and old haunts of his
earlier life.
Not made to please the eye, but to
please the palate. The "B. C." and
"Old Sport" Cigars. **
Capt. Shadforth, who is shortly to
take command of the steamer Newlngton, on the San Bias-San Diego
run, is suffering from an injured wrist,
the result of an accident at the Russell hotel on Wednesday evening.
We  have  a  nice  cottage  on  extra
; large lot, with fruit trees and  small
I fruits in  rear.     Ninth    street,    near
Queen's avenue,  for short    time    at
| $1,50(1,  easy   terms.   Abbott  &  Hyde,
95
!
One iron bed, good strong
spring and mattress to
fit, for
We have one hundred beds to choose from���All
sizes.   Have a look.
WE MAKE AWNINGS
LEE'S MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
Columbia street.
i The West End Methodist Sunday
j school picnic will take place today to
Stanley park, Vancouver, chartered
! cars leaving the B. C. E. R. depot at
8:55 a m. Two cars will leave the
i Vancouver terminus at 7 p. m. on the
j return journey.
Word    has    been    received    from
i Toronto that  Miss  Carrie Knight,    a
; pupil of Miss G-. E. Crosby, has successfully passed both piano and harmony examinations in connection with
Toronto university, taking first class
honors in the former.
At the district police court yester-
, day the two Hindus who are alleged
j to have assaulted Thun Singh on the
j Port Moody road on Tuesday night,
l were brought up and remanded for a
' week. The injured man left the Royal
Columbian hospital yesterday evening
and will be able to appear In court at
' the next hearing.
The cases under tlie trades license
by-law against several real estate and
insurance men for failing to take out
licenses were withdrawn In the police
court yesterday, as they had paid up
since the issue of the summonses.
Only one was left outstanding and a
further week Is given him to pay the
license fee.
Dr. W. Eugene Knox, dean of oratory of the University of Paget Sound,
writing from Tacoma. says: "The
travel lecture delivered at the University of Puget Sound by John I.ewtas
was one of the most interesting, instructive, as well as entertaining, lectures to which 1 have ever listened.
He has travelled extensively in Europe
and Asia and Africa and knows how-
to tell what be saw there, His clear,
strong voice and pleasing personality-
make his lecture a delight to the
listener."   Mr. Lewtas will lecture to-
Did You Ever
TRY OUR
Mosquito Powder?
Small quantity burned will
drive away the pests.
Our Mosquito Oil
rubbed over exposed parts
keep them off
Try Our Cattle Wash
| $1.00 gallon.   It will keep
flies and mosquitoes off
the cattle.
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, in charge
I of th�� Optical Department
night and tomorrow night in Queens
avenue Methodist church. His lectures
will be illustrated by 150 beautifully-
colored arc light views.
Special cars leave the B. C. E. R.
depot this evening at 6:55 p. m. for
the R. T. of T. picnic to English bay.
The members ot the committee, from
whom tickets may he obtained, are
J. Pook, Bruce Fisher and Wi J. Burr.
A plan of berths and staterooms on
the steamer Princess May, which has
been chartered for the Citizen's picnic
on July 30, will be in the hands of D.
E. MacKenzie, market clerk, today or
tomorrow. Reservations may be made
at his office by interested parties.
Your outing will be incomplete without a box of "B. C." Cigiars. **
The many friends of Rev. Principal
Sipprell, of Columbian college, will be
pleased to learn that he is making a
very rapid recovery from his recent
illness. Dr. and Mrs. Sipprell are at
present at Long Beach. California, and
expect to return to New Westminster
about August 20.
In consequence of a disturbance in
a kitchen row between two Celestials
at the provincial jail, Lung Sing was
charged yesterday With an assault on
Hong Lee in the dlstr ct court, and six
months will be added to his sentence.
Two picnics from Vancouver, St.
Andrews Presbyterian, anrl St. Michaels Anglican, spent a pleasant time
yesterday at Queens park. Four cars
were engaged.
The products of tae fruit lauds of
the Okanagan valley occupied a prominent, place in the prize list at the recent Dominion fair al Calgary. Kel-
owua is the centre of the Okanagan
fruit district. Irrigated kinds th
sell at $150 per acre on payments
spread over three years. If you wanl
to investigate the opportunities here
see White. Shiles & Co., 2((0 Columbia
street. New Westminster, respecting
their free trip proposition on July
-Sth. ���*-*
Later advices from Montreal tending to show that the recent additions
to the Shamrocks' line-up, Mulr, Nolan. Secours and Lavlolette, are not
to be classed as among the top notch-
ers in Eastern lacrosse circles, no action will be taken by the executive of
the Westminster Lacrosse club with
regard to protesting against the draft
ing of these players into the Shamrocks' team. The first game for the
Minto cup takes place on Tuesday.
A mild cigar, but strong on quality,
the "Auto." ����
The continued cool weather has resulted in the waters of the Fraser
river lowering to a slight extent, during the past twenty-four hours. Reports from Sumus and vicinity state
that there is no longer any danger of
a flood.
First class cut carnations only 25c
a dozen at Davies & Son. Telephone
B208. **
At the meeting of the Brotherhood
of Owls last evening the proposed
amalgamation with the Order of Owls
was discussed informally, but no further information was forthcoming as
to the impending visit of officers of
the two organizations.
Rev. J. G. Reid, of Cedar Cove, presided at the meeting of the New Westminster Presbytery, held at the lecture room of St. Andrews church yesterday afternoon, when the call of
Knox church, Sapperton, to Rev. E.
G. Thompson, of Ashcroft, was approved.
The funeral of the late Alfred Webb,
of 369 Queens avenue, who died on
Tuesday, took place yesterday afternoon, the interment being at the
Church of England cemetery. Rev. A
Shlldrick officiated. The funeral wa3
private, no flowers being sent by request. The pallbearers were E. L.
Webber. J, J. Jones, Harold Di3ney,
J. Hall, (!. \dams and II. T. Kirk.
Don't Fail to Take in the
BUR. Employees Picnic
AT LANGLEY
Monday, July
20, 1908
Steamers Beaver and Riimona will
leave C. P. R. Wharf at 8 a.m. sharp;
returning at a p.m. and 9 p.m.
Attractions include baseball, baby
show, dancing and other sports.
Valuable prizes.
MONEY TALKS AGAIN
The following letter speaks for
itself and is another evidence of
the quick manner in which our
companies settle their claims.
A. W. McLeod. Esq..
Agent   Dominion   Fire   Insurance
Co., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���We beg to express our
great appreciation and satisfaction
for the very prompt manner in
which you have settled our loss by
fire on Monday, for although our
claim forms were only completed
Tuesday we have today received
your company's check in full payment, just two days after our claim
was made out, and only three daya
after the fire. Wishing you and
the Dominion every success,
We are, sincerely.
FEENEY & HENRY.
We can give you a lower rate too
than other offices if you have a
good risk. Let us quote you our
figures.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY XEWS.
FRIDAY.  JULY
17.
��08
A  F_i.ni>  Old  Bnlldto*.
Evensong was held the other day at
the site ef tbe ancient oratory of SL
Gwithian, one of the many Irish salnta
who descended upon Cornwall In the
fifth and sixth centuries. In a waste
of Hand near tbe Godrevy lighthouse,
which marks the eastern horn of St
Ives bay, lie what pre regarded as the
remains of the oldest Christian building ln England. The nave bulges with
sand to the level of tha plain ani
through a grass covered hillock over
thc demolished altar protrude a few
rough stones. During a stormy night
of 1828 tlie sand shifted and revealed
the lines of a structure about forty-
eight feet long by twelve t'cet Wide,
with a priest's doorway, a small window, traces of Stone benches and nil
altar of masonry now gone as thc result of the building being forthwith
used as a cowshed.- London Globe.
MAKING WAMPUM.
a   Proem*   That   lloiiiircii   Uo��li   *���**-
tience  und   S__i_>.
With certain tribes wampum is stlli
highly prized and necklaces tire wort
by men, women and children whet
tliey are the fortunate possessors o.
them. To make wampum various UiiuO
of shells are used, whit,- and thos��
having a lavender hue being most
tlked.
The thin shells are broken Into 'Ittie j
piece,  and by aid of nippers are .i;ar,�� J
ns   nearly   round   as   possible.    When
each piece is drilled In t; o center, the '
old tim., flre kindling style of drill being used, the shells are Ib m strung aud ,
rolled  wiih the hand on a  dat stono. I
wiiich    grinds    them    Hi til    they    nre
smooth and even.
Comparatively   few   radians  anions
those who prize wampum beads most ���,
highly  have  the  skill  or  patience te ;
make them, even though they bad tb��
materials.    The fact la there are bul I
few wampum bead maters in the <oun
try, and It often happens '.hat long pli
grim ages must be made lo secure the I
requisites for really flat* bends, and, as |
���nth  the   white   man's  trinkets,   tbat |
which Is "far fetched end dear bought'
ii
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Motto of Progress Brand Clothing:
Climbing the ladder-
always upward."
To be well dressed} does
not mean expensively
dressed. Vou can be
well dressed in Progress
Brand Clothing at a
saving of from 20% to
30% compared with the
cost of clothes of equal
qualit}'.
This label guarantees it.
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
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W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
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SOCIETIES.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:1">, 9:35,
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive  at    Xew Westminster 9:20,
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtaE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellews' hall Colum.
bia street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock.
���X. 0.  U. W.���FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
���.Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. 6. TJ. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  street
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, i.O.F.
���Meets the Fourtti Friday in the
month   at  8  o'clock,   in  the  small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
Is most Bought after tor ornamentation.   10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Around some of the ancient ruins IB j     Overland    express    arrives    12:45
the southwest tlie littto disks of wani-j |eaves i5:i5.
prnn are often found in tbe sand, nnd lt
Is  probable  that   tbey   were deposited i     GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY,
ln the graves In very early times and j Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m
washed out or exposed by the wlnd'8   Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
notion.   These  ruin-  are   In  the  best I P.m.
state of preservation of any in thft
country. Absolutely nothing is known
of (heir builders, and the origin ot
thes;> ruins was as much a mystery
whin Coronado first saw them in 1540,
when he made bis famous Invasion, tt
It is to tbe people of tie present day.���
Indian's Friend.
COSTLY  RAZORS.
V., W.  &  Y��� VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m_
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G.  N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m,
arrive Guichon 0 p-m-
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings ol
this Lodge ane held cm the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at S p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
Aerie -No. 20���-Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofield, Secretary.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every haif
Some Gold  Handled That Sell For $50,
Handles of Silver and of Ivory.
If n man were content to shave himself with a razor havlug a hard rubber   kour thereafter till 11 p.m.
handle, as  indeed  most  men  are,   he I    .      ,. __ . _ _  ._,_,   ��� ���,���,,��������� _  .,
,.  ' ..      .,   ,     _ Lv. Vancouver tor  Westminster at
could buy one with n blade of very ex- I    _     ,..,_.���       _   ,   ,. u      i
Calient quality for a dollar, but there  5:5��- G::'��*   <:20 au"  half hourly u"
are  razors far more  expensive  than,111'" P,m-
this. |	
Thus there are sold razors with ban-
dies  of 18  carat  gold   and  *t plain
smooth finish that bring $50 each.   A 	
pair of such razors in a plain silver
box can be bought for a hundred dol- i Dispatched by C. T*. R. train at 7:15 ,
lars. a.m.; close 6:30.
But $50 ls not the limit of what one
may pay for a gold bandied razor.   If '    Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
the handle were elaborately chased its I dally.
cost might mount up to twice that, or i    Millside  No.   1,  daily   ex...,.-  Sun-!
$200 for a pair. |day.   gapp^on   No.   ^   da|]y  except!
Mail Service
THE ROYAL TEMWLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Kirst and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. J. S- Lawrence,
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, recording secretary.
There  are  also  sold,  among  those
Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
more expensive, sliver handled razors
which range  ln  prl/-e  from $6.50 to I Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railway
$30 each, $6.50 being the price for one ;       Co., 6:30 a.m.
with a plain allvcr handle, while thoaa      _ _,...,
more costly have their handles more or '    * *�����"���r. Na  1,  dallyexcept Sun
less elaborately chased or carved. | da-vs*   Return mail received 10 a.m.
��� tnan who did not altogether like a      it x-      ���> .    n        ,
_._.._ _��.��. ...    i.i ,'    *   "       Vancouver,    No.    3,   and    Burnaby
hard rubber bandied razor might find   , ,       , ...
his fancy suited with one having a   Lake; cloSes at 3:3�� pm': dal,y   ex"
handle of Ivory, and an Ivory handled j rci>t  s��nday.    Return mails received
razor need not necessarily be eipen-   at 6:30 p.m.
alve.   A razor with a plain Ivory handle can be bought for $2.    Of cou/s�� i Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degreejneets Second aud
Fourth WednesJ&y of each month,
In K. of P. Hal), "^.lumbla St.. at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in eacb month, same
time and place.
any carving would add to the cost.
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Costly  razors  are usually sold  for I    Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
glfts.-New York *Sun. jp R flm maU)   Relurn mail received
_~~ .  ' lat 10:30 a.m.
The Age of Marriage.
The nge of legal capacity to marry In ! c* P* R* No* 2' 0:**0- a11 l'oints west
England is much lower than ln Italy, jof Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
The Kngllsh law has adopted In this j Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
respect a law of Roman and even junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Athenian origin, by which the ages of n.)nov , ������ ,,������.���, t���lln onl>,
fourteen nnd twelve were tixed ns the
marriageable  nges  of  nudes  and  fe-       Sapperton.  No.  2;   Millslri ���     .
males, respectively.    In Italy the ago \ Coquitlam, dally except Sun'ay.    twain fixed by the civil code at eighteen | turn mall received at 10:30 p.m.
and fifteen.    Formerly the age of spousal! In England wns ns low ns seveu i Dispatched by carrier 12-fiQ noon:
for both .exes, but such marriage wns |     Timliei land, Straw),erry Hill,    Tues-
not considered perfect, for the parties
might disagree to It when they arrived at the mature nge of twelve or
fourteen.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
days and  Fridays.   Return    malls    received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,      Mondays,    Wednesdays
and Fridays;   leaves 11 a.m.
Re  Subdivision  A of the    northwest J Dispatched by carrier, i:13 n. m.:
quarter of Section 2, Township 16, j D)Bpatche(1 by aN< FvIer> 4 D   m.:
New Westminster District. To goufhe_n    _,���,_.,._    (,a���y  excep,
Whereas proof of the loss of certi-   Sunday.    Return mail 11 p. m.
flcate of title number  7460 F,  Issued
in the name of Donald    Fraser,   has   Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m.:
been filed in this office. Cloverdale,    Nicomekl.   Fon   _Cel!.,
Notice is hereby given that I shall, | Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Honac-
at the expiration of one month from | cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
lhe date of the first publication here- in Washington and south, also all
of, in a dally newspaper published In l'olnls ,n eastern states), daily ex-
tbe City of New Westminster, issue a | cent  Sunday.    Return malls received
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in  tbe  meantime   valid  objection   be
Saade to me in writing.
> C.  S.  KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Lp  1   Registry,   Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, .lune 29, 1908.
at   3,30    p.m.    Honacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton,   Tuesdays  and   Thursdays,
.Mondays, Wednesdays and Sa��irdays.
Tynehead.    Wednesdays   and    Saturdays.   Return mail received Mondnvc
i ind Fridays.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, .No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, .\. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1100; L. O. L��� No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, 1. O. F.; C. O.
b\, Court Westminster, No. 330:
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nest  No. 29;
BOARD OF TRADE���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
PROFESSIONAL.
A WHEALLER, BARRISTER, SO-
��� licltor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARR13-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, corner
Clarkson  and   Lome streets.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum-
rla and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, 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
streets. New Westminster  B. fl.
YOUR
BUSINESS
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HELP
Advertising
COSTS MONEY
See Our
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For
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Too much money is spent on useless advertising-
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
The Daily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
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We print ads.   ranging   in  size
from   one    line   to   double   page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
If
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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.
The other fellow wants what you have or has what you want
To   get   in   toucn    witn   him
use space in Tn^ Daily News
This   Little
Story   Comes   f rog>   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association ol Chatham ie >a level-headed
organisation. At a recent meeting newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the general opinion
of the members was that newspaper advertising was the best, and
program and other advertIslnp of
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************* i rRIDAY, JULY  17,  1908
~ THE DAILY NEWS.
\f*   Page seven.
1908
"      n__kontiir_> Rv I aw !bentures shaI1 be aPP!ted a*3 tollows
'lfC lIcDCIlllire Dj-LaW, ama not otherwise, towards paying the
cost of the passing of this    By-Law
jand the issue and sale of the deben-
>   ��� i tures therein referred to and all ex-
By-Law to enable the Council of the  lenses in connection  with   the  said
Corporation  of the City   of    Newiloan;   recouping the  treasury of  the
Westminster to raise by a loan the J said. City such sums as have been this
sum of S'X Thousand Five Hundred  year expended until the, proceeds of
($6,500.00) Dollars for the erection  the saIe ot the said debentures have
and equipment of a   Fire Hall at become available  and    towards    the
Queen's Park and    for    improve-100*1 oi th�� erection and equipment ot
ments and equipment for the Fire a Fife Hall at Queen's Park and 1m-
Hall at Sapperton. provements and equipment    for Fire
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.
���A HEREAS. it is proposed to erect ,     (7) Tflia By.Law   ^  take  effect
��, equip a Fire Hall at Queen's Park I       ^ ^ day Qf Augu_t   -^ and
to cause any number of debentures to j debenture,   should be issued for that
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Six Thousand  ($6,000.00)
the said City and to improve and
kr.her equip the Fire Hall at Sapper- j By.Law   1908 ..
may be cited as the "Flre Debenture
frn in the said City, entailing the ex-
fcnditure of $6,500.00.
[AND WHEREAS, it appears that if
Lt said sum of $6,500.00    be appro-
hated from the general revenue of
|e City for the current year the rate
taxation will be excessive, and It
expedient that such excessive tax-
lion should be avoided, and the said
km should be raised on the credit of
le Corporation, and that debentures
lould be issued for that amount.
|AND WHEREAS,  for the  payment
iuterest on the  debentures    prosed to he issued under this By-Law,
Id tor creating a sinking fund for the
ferment of the said debentures when
it will be necessary to raise by
leclal rate, in addition to all other
ktcs, each year during the currency
the said debentures,    the  sum of
iree hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
f���82.6_)   Dollars;
(AND WHEREAS, iu order to raise
ke said yearly sum of Three Hund-
fed, Eighty-two and 62-100 ($382.63)
)llars, an equal special rate on the
lar will 'be required to be levied on
le   whole  rateable   property    of  the
of New Westminster.
AND WHEREAS,  the  whole  rate-
lie property of   the said City, ac-
jrdint*: to the last  revised    assess-
snt roll thereof, is Four million, one
ldred    and     fifty   thousand,  eight
undred   and   eighty     ($4,150,8X0.00)
pilars;
_ND WHEREAS,  the total amounl
the existing debenture debt of the
kid City is one million, eighty-seven
|ousand, one  hundred  (.$1,0.7,100.00)
Dllars,   irrespective   of    the   sum  of
?:0Be  hundred   and   twin.,-live   thou.-"
7-H_d,   live  hundred   ($125,500.00)   Dol-
lats. proposed tn he raised under the
^Jraterworks      IK'hen ture       Uy-l.aw.
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the mauner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the
1908.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
the following places, namel*/: The
Council Chamber. Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clark.
City Hall. June 25, 1908.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation   of   the   City   of   New
Westminster  to   raise   by loan the
sum   of   Six   Thousand   ($6,000.00)
Dollars     for   extension   to   Market
Building.
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have thi.s year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City   for
I the construction of an extension   to
s," the "Street Improvement  De- the Market Building, and it is expedi-
ture  By-Law.  1908,"   the  "Market 'ent thaj certain additional sums    be
iteuture   By-Law,   1908,"    and    the  expended in like manner,   amounting
a die   Schools   Debenture   By-Law,  In all, with the sums already so ex-
nf which none of the principal   P nded, to the sum of Six Thousand
($6,000.00)   Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS it appears that If
the    said    sum    of    Six    Thousand
($6,000.00)    Dollars   be   appropriated
from the general revenue ol the City
'or the current >ear the rate of taxa
tion Will be excessive, and it is   expedient  iliai such excessive taxation
bodies corporate, who may he will- I should be avoided, aud the said sum
^ to advance the same on the ere M Ishould be raised on the credit of the
f the debentures    hereinafter men- Corporation,    and    that    debentures
loned, any Bum or sums of money, should be issued for that amount.
fot exceeding In the whole the sum of :    A.ND,  WHKRKAS  lor the payment
500.00, and to cause the same to In'  ot interest on the debentures prooosed
^>aid  into  the  Treasury of    the said I to be issued  under this By-law,  and
'ity    for    the    purposes    mentioned for creating a sinking fund  for the
id interest is in arrears.
[NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
puncil of the Corporation of the Citj
New   Westminster    enacts  as   toi
11) li shall be lawful for the Mayoi
|i the Bald City to raise by waj ol
ian from any person or persons, hoi.
Jierciu.
(2) lt shall be lawful for the -Mayor
Ito cause any number of debentures to
Ke made, not exceeding in the whole
Ithe sum of $6,500.00 for such siyus of
linonoy as may be required, not less
|than $100 each or an equivalent ex-
icsseil in lKiunds sterling of tho Uni-
ed Kingdom Ot Great Britain and Ire-
payment of the said debentures when
due, it will he necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during thc ourrencj
of the said debentures, the sum of
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
20-100 ($363.20)  Doll-ars.
AND.  WHKRKAS in order  to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
tnd, at a value of 4.S66 to tho pound  and  Fifty-three and  20-100   ($353.20)
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar wlll be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New  Westminster.
AND, WHKRKAS the whole rateable property ot the said City, according to the last revised assessment
roll thereof, is Four Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand, eight hun-
iterllng; and all such debentures shall
ie sealed with the seal of the Corpo-
ratlon, signed by the Mayor and couu-
irslgned   by   the   Treasurer  thereof,
ir by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall   be
lyable on the lirst day of July, 1968,
i'  -uch place or places as Ihe Coun
DoIlai-3 for such sums of money as
may ibe required, not less than One
hundred ($ioo.00) Dollars each, or an
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the I'nited Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland at a value of 4.866
to the pound sterling; and all such
debenture* shall be sealed with the
Seal of the Corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons as may be thereunto
lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable on 'he first day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Council of the sail Corporation may from
time to time appoint wlph the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for
the payment of the interest at the rate
ot five per centum per annum on the
amount thereof, which Interest shall
be payable half-yearly on the first day
ot January and the first day of July
in each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(4) A special rate on the dollar
shali be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable property of the City
sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hundred ($300.00) dollars for the payment
of Interest thereon, and the sum of
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($53.20) dollars to provide for the repayment of
the principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to; recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the works herein mentioned or maybe so expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures have
become available, and in paying the
amount to liecome due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of .August, 190S, and
may he cited as the "aMarket Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors ot the said City
In the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the Jay of 190S.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
open Council the day of
190$.
NOTICE.
amount. Take notice that the above is atrue
AND, WHKRKAS, for the payment copy of the proposed By-Law which
of Interest on the debentures pro- will be taken into consideration by-
posed to be issued under this By-Law, the Municipal Council of the City of
and for creating a sinking fund for the New Westminster one month from
payment of the said debentures when the first publication in the "Daily
due, it will be necessary to raise by News" newspaper, which first publi-
special rate, in addition to all other cation took place on the 25th day of
rates, each year during the currency June, 1908, and that a vote of the
of the said debentures, the sum of electors of the City will be taken on
Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13- (the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
100 ($1913.13) Dollars; |day of July, 1908, between the hours
AND, WHEREAS, in order to raise of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun- the following places, namely: The
dred, thirteen and 13-100 ($1913.13) Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Dollars an equal special rate on the ; Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
dollar will be required to be levied on Station, Tenth street,
the whole rateable  property ot    the ; W, A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City of New Westminster; iCity Hall, June 25, 1908.
AND,  WHEREAS, the whole  rate-
TEXTILE INDUSTRIES ARE
UNDER INVESTIGATION
Mackenzie   King   Opens   Inquiry   into
Grievances of Cotton Workers of
Quebec���Union   Aggrieved.
able property of the said City, accord- ' /*>__ J-  ��. D���:*:_. D   -i r*
lng to the last revised assessment roll !CanadlMI Pacrf��<-* R^ay Co.
thereof, is Four millions, one hundred I
and fifty thousand, eight hundred and j
eighty   ($4,150,880)  Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the !
said City is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred  ($1,087,100.00)
Dollars,   irrespective of    the  sum  of
-Ninety-nine   thousand,    five   hundred
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be raised  under the    "Street  Improvement
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the    Mar- j
ket  Debenture    By-Law, 1908,"    the j
"Fire  Debenture By-Law,  1908,"  and i
the "Public  Schools    Debenture  By- '
Law, 1908," of which none ofthe principal or interest is in arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the Citv ; Xew Westminster every Tuesday,
of NewWestminster enacts as follows* I    Leaves New Westminster on Wed
���rltlsh Columbia Coast Lino
Service.
TIMETABLE
8KAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver 11
p.m. June 15, 17. Princess Beatrice
July 3 and 15.
VANtOUVER-VCTORlA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
i    Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily ex-
| cept Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
c ipy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 190S, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 190S, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and tive p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Five Hall, Sapperton; and the Lis'tt
Station,  Tenth   street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908,
���tl of the said Corporation may from j died and eighty ($4,160,880) Dollars,
time to lime appoint, with tho appro, AND, WHKRKAS, the total amouu
vii of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for the
layment of Interest at the rate of live
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, whlca Interest shall be pay-
aide half-yearly cm the tlr^t day of
January and the first day of July In
ach and every year, and the said
coupons shall hc signed hy the said
Mayor,
(I) A special rate on the dollar
"ball be levied and raised in each year
In addition to all other rates on all the
rateable property of the City, BUfflcl-
'nt to pay the Interest upon the debentures and to create a sinking fund
for the payment, of t'ne principal thereof when due, subject to any Act or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
he raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures    the  sum of    Three
of th.> existing debenture debt of the
said City Is One million, eighty-seven
tnousand, one hundred ($1,087,100)
dollars, Irrespective of the sum of One
hundred and twenty-six thousand
($126,000.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the "Waterworks De
benture By-Law, 1908," the "Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Public
Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908,"and
the "Street Improvement Debenture
i*. -Law, 190S," of which none of the
principal .or Interest is In arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council ot the Corporation Of the Olty
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) lt shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to^atse by waj of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of tho debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money not
the sum of
to be
exceeding   in   the   whole
Hundred   and   Twenty-five ($826.00)
Dollars for the payment of   Interest |8;00/00, snd to oauss the same
thereon, and  the sum of Fifty-seven , j aid   into   the   Treasury  of   n"'  ':'"1
and 63-100 ($57.63) Dollars to provide City    for    the
for the. repayment of the principal.      herein. ,. , ,.           ......
for the Mayor  credit  of  the  Corporation,  and tnat
(<���) The proceeds of the said  dc-
purpoBes
(2) It shall be lawful
mentioned
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation   of  the  City    of   New
Westminster to raise by  loan the
sum  of Thirty-two thousand,  five
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars for the
construction    of   a    Reservoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHKRKAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue ot the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, aud it is
expedient that certain additional sums
be  expended  in  completing the construction of the said reservoir   and
connecting mains,   umountlng in all,
with the sums  already  expended,  to
the sum ot Thirty-two thousand, fl.v<'
hundred   ($32,500)  Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, it appears that if
the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
flve hundred ($32,500) Dollars be appropriated from the general revenue
ot the City for the current year the
rate of taxation will be excessive, and
It is expedient that such excessive
taxation should be avoided, and the
said  sum should    be raised    on the
(1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding iu the whole the sum of
Thirty-two thousand, five hundred
($32,500) Dollars, and to cause the
same to be paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
t2) it shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,50") Dollars, tor such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than One hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
sterling; and all such debentures shall
he sealed with the Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debeutures shall be
payable ou the first day of July, 195S,
at such place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may from time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, aud shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, which Interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first day of
January and the first day of July, in j
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
.Mayor.
(4) A special rate on rhe dollar
shall be levied and raised each year,
iu addition to all other rates, on all
the rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any -\ct
or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of thc
said debentures the sum ot One thousand, six hundred and twenty-five
($1,625.00) Dollars, for tlie payment
of Interest thereon, and the sura of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13-
100 ($288.13) Dollars for the repayment of  the  principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, aud not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the Issue and sale of th<'
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury^ the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
completion of the said reservoir and
connecting mains,
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
ln the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open Council the -lay of
1908.
,   ' City Clerk.     Mayor.
nesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th
of eaeh month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month tor Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30  pm- dally,
except Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m,;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria S p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. ever,-
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria i
Monday morning, via Ladysmltfh.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of I
every   month.
OP  RIVER.
Beaver���
From .New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday!
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
6  p.rfl.
Montreal. July 16.���W. L. Mackenzie.
King, deputy minister of labor, sitting
as a special commissioner, appointed
by the Ottawa government, opened an
inquiry here yesterday into tbe labor
conditions in the cotton industry. The
principal witness heard was Wilfrid
Pacquette, a former secretary of the
union, who entered the charge that
the last strike of the operatives had
been wilfully provoked by the management ot the two companies interested,
solely for the purpose of breaking up
the union, in which purpose it had
succeeded. The companies also desired to increase their profits at the
expense of the workers. They had
assisted in the formation of rival union
and had done everything in their
power to make the union a failure.
They objected to the union because It
meant an upward trend to wages.
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Lost ->
for Sale ���:��� fo Rent -> Be.
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WANTED���Girl about fifteen to make
herself generally useful. Apply 134
Wellington street,  city.
TO RENT���Two rooms for light
housekeeping or furnished. Apply
Empire Tailor Shop.
TO RENT ��� Large front bedroom,
furnished, at $2.00 per week. 12L
Third street, between Queens and
Third avenues.
WANTED���Two or three furnished
housekeeping rooms. Address J. S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���Large furnished front bod-
room, near library, 287 Victoria St.
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel.
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGE.NCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street went, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi_EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P.O. Box 885.
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
For   reservations   and   _n.ortnat.oD
"all or address
ED   GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
.tat. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
rj����nen_l Snuertntendent. Victoria.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses
Juue 26.
For other  dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P  R. Agent.
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CELEBRATION
Via  C.   P.   R.
Tickets on sale July 14, 15, and 16,
single fare double journey.
$76.70 for Quebec Tercentenary
celebration, good to return till August
6th.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET.
Agent. New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
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M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE.
J. Q. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  8TORE.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulinj
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.
JULY
Fruit
THAME LODGE CONDUCTS
FUNERAL OF R. 6. KELLY
EW l____L'____S!_Hf_(?_r_fi
LaJd
ers
Large Number of Masons Follow Body
to   Grave���Many   Floral   Tributes
Placed   on   Casket.
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
196 W
These  Are Built
Especially    for
I Picking
! Fruit
The funeral of the late Robert.
l-Brenton Kfelly, of this city, who died
I suddenly mi board his launch ou Sun-
i day, wns largely attended by .Masons
' from Vancouver and West-minster, the
[whole proceedings being on the lines
I j of a grand lodge funeral, as Mr. Kelly
' bad held high office in the order,
The ' X
presence of a beautiful wreath from I i
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| Quality j
J Always \
Wins
j Coquitlami was  a   reminder that the
* deceased  was the first  reeve of that
Are tapering at the
end to allow easy
handling in the
branches and will
extend to suit.
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,  B.  C.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
municipality.   The Masonic floral trl-  ���
jbutes were as usual very choice. J
I    A service was first    held    at    the
j residence, Douglas lane, Kev. A. Shil-
drick officiating, and at eleven o'clock
: the coffin was removed to the Masonic
* ! temple.   Here an emergent, meeting of | T
��� grand lodge was called, and the burial   ���
* order of the Masons read by  Hev. H.j$
$   Kb lines  Clinton,   grand   chaplain,   the  J
* * service being subsequently completed T
* .     - ���, at the graveside.   Among those pres-j
* a'ent in the large gathering, numbering
*  TWT��""\nT|C!_T"\1*WT  ��� some sixty-five Masons, were Dr, R. E.  ^
/\j^H,J_r__rX^I1 }[*   ���Walker, Vancouver, acting grand mas-1 +
* ter;   F.  Burde, grand  junior  warden; I "
2   Dr, VV. A. DeWolf Smith, acting grand
J Secretary;    W.   E.  Vanstone.    acting
��� 'grand senior warden, and  W. Ashley,'
��� grand marshal, who was assisted by |
1!t. A. Mulr, as director of ceremonies, j
j|The   family   of   deceased     was     fully
��� [represented, including T. A. Kelly,
brother, of Kamloops. Others present
were W. Manson. M. L, A., and J. J.
Walker, Vancouver.
The pallbearers were J. S. Clute,
past grand master; Angus Munn, W.
M. of Union lodge No, 9; Nels Nelson,
\V. M. of King Solomon lodge No. 17;
Henry Hoy, 1>. G. S. W. of No. 9;
George Brine, P. M. of N'o. 9; and M.
McKercher, P.  M. of No. 9.
As the deceased was grand treasurer
of the Royal Arch Chapter, as well as
past grand senior warden, the Royal
Arch Masons headed the procession.
At the graveside at the Masonic cemetery, the ceremony was simple, lilies
from Mr. Kelly's own garden being
thrown in.
The flowers were numerous, sprays
were received from the sons, "Tom
and Arthur," Mr. and Mrs. A. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Crouse, Paul Corrigan,
Alice Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs.
Cooksley, Mrs. Dlgby, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Eastman, Mr. and Mrs. E. Eicboff
and family, Mrs. Eichoff, Miss Flox,
Mi. and Mrs. \V. A. Gilley. Mrs. J.
Hyndman (Vancouver), Mr. and Mrs.
A, M. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. A. Matheson, lna .Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. John
Morrison (Port Moody), Mr. and Mrs.
I) I-.. Mackenzie, Mrs. and Miss Murchle, Mrs. Murchison and R. McMurphy, Mr. and Mrs. George Mead, Mrs.
Morrison and sons, L. R Scott (Co-
quitlam), B. S. Scott. Mr. and    Mrs.
Other   offices \ sharPe' Mr* !l,1|l Mrs- w- Turnbull, Mr.
��� and Mrs. S. Woods, Captain and Mrs.
Young, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scott
(Coquitlam).
Wreaths���Hon.   and   Mrs.    Richard
McBride (Victoria), Mayor and   Mrs.
i Keary,   Mrs. and   Miss   Emerson,  Mr.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd. Iand Mrs John lk,Kliy 'Vancouver),
WE HAVE IT INX
*
\ Strawberries      X
i
X And Remember, at
* the Lowest Prices.
Now Is the Time for *
*
*
*
*
*
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I Preserving
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS,
HAMMOND, HANEY. Other offices
on the line to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice will be given
as additional offices are opened.
C.AMSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
*********** ****************}
Tenders   \Vanted
W estminster-Chilliwack
Railway
Tenders will  be  received    by    the ]
undersigned, up  to  12 o'clock    noon,
Thursday, 23rd July, for the clearing,
grading,  etc.,   of  the second   section,
twenty-six miles,    Cloverdale    to Ab- |
botsford, of the above railway.
A marked cheque equal to flve per
cent, of the amount of tender must
accompany all bids.
Specifications and  all  other tnfor- |
mation can be obtained at my office.
The lowest or any tenders not
necessarily accepted.
CHAS. GARDEN, C. E.,
B. C. Electric Ry. Co., Ltd.,
Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
July 8th, 1908.
circle    of    various
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS. ETC., ETC.
AT
i and Miss Lehman.
Crosses���Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Irwine
_ (Coquitlam), Mr, and Mrs. Rowland
Ti (Coquitlaini, Mr. and .Mrs. Rickman
'and Mr. and Mrs. I). Starrett.
Anchors- Mr. and Mrs. P, A. Kelly
(Kamloops), and W, Scott (Coquitlam).
Cut    Bowers - -Mr.   and     Mrs.   A.   I).
Forrest  (Vancouver),
The public tributes w��'i*e:
(.rand  lodge A.  K. <V  A. M.. of Brit-
Morey's
Columbia Street
ish  Columbia,  a
colored flowers.
Emblem, Royal -\rch Chapter, scar
let and white carnations.
Ifnion   lodge    No.    9,   emblem    of j
masonry, in white and purple.
King Solomon lodge No. 17, emblem
in [link and white carnations.
Coquitlam council, "First Reeve, Coquitlam," words picked out in purple
flowers.
Employees city lighting department,
wreath.
Non-'commissloned officers, A and
B companies, D. C. O. R., wreath.
I). Murchie was tie undertaker.
THANKSGIVING DAY WILL
BE ON MONDAY THIS YEAR
Ottawa, July 16���Sir Wilfrid Laurier
informed Mr. Kemp of Toronto in the
House of Commons that Thanksgiving Day this year would be held on
Monday instead of Thursday in deference to the request of commercial
travellers and other organizations,
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X
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
.5���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24��� .-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av��nue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Atmes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Colu-mhin and McKenzie.
���}�����C.P.R.  Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mills.
���
���
II
Fire Insurance
We write fire insurance in the following offices:
Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., of I_ondon, Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto.
The London Assurance Co.
The Manitoba Fire Insurance Co.
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
*****************+*+**********************��******+**
Tempting Low Prices
For this week on warm weather materials
and summer clothing
1st lot
25c each
Dozens of Merry Widow
Bows, Turnovers, Lace Collars, Tab Collars, etc. Regular   prices  Hoc   to   50c.
Special price
25c each
Ladies' dainty summer neckwear
DOWN IN PRICE
Regular summer neckwear, mostly
of new styles with an Intermixture of
early spring styles. A few collars In
the ranges are Bllghtly mussed, which
makes us all the more anxious to
clear them out quickly.    Two spec Ial
J_SK
2nd lot
50c each
Consists of the .-.��� . ,    V1|
most tempting Btyie. 0      .
season's    nockweai      ,
are Lace Tab Collars, s
Embroidered   Collai
Collars,  etc.     Ri . ,
65c to $1.26.
All one price
each 50c
Another line of ladies'
shirt waists
UNDERPRICED AT $2.25  EACH.
Seventy only, fine Mull Ma "in
and Embroidered Laws Shirtwaists; trimmed up in a manner
denoting the best taste in designing, The variety and manner
of making emphasize the fact thai
our blouses are decidedlj different
to the ordinary kind. This special
lot is underpriced for this week.
Regular values $2.50, $2.65 and
$2.75.    All one price   $2.25
This season's newest styles
In Fancy Muslins, 25c Per Yard.
Thirty pieces of fancy Organdii s,
Brilliants, Voiles, Swiss Muslins,
Madras, colored Dimities, etc., in
lengths varying from six to twentj
yards In length. Regular prices
35c, 40c and 45c. Our special sale
this  week,   per yard   25c
Ladies' and small
dren's hose
15c   per   pair.
Not   our    best   hosiery
means, but just a few odd I
black Cotton Hose for womi
white and  black American
Hose for the smaller chlldn
ceptional  value;   reliable
good weight.   Per pair ....
M
a and
��� a li
���
Remember the special reductions on summer parasols
Every  parasol in our stock reduced   liu  per cent,  below   :     ilai
lice!     Make   your choice   at once.
Children's  Parasols, each,        25c  to 8Cc
Clearing out our summer sailors
See what we are now selling for 50c each
Fine large and small Straw Sailers, with narrow aud wide brims,
mostly white and all this season's styles. The entire lot, some ten
dozen, regular prices 05c, 75c, 90c and $100 each. On special Bale
each	
50c
Children's wash bonnets
25c each
Cool  headwear  for   the     ma
folks is essential thla wi thei
These bonnets are made of Swiss
muslin and lawns, with eml rold-
< ry trimming, some Bllghtly
Regular prices 60c to  $1 25.
All  oue   price,   each 25c
m
Girls' white lawn dresses Remember the special sale
of long silk gloves
$1.00 to $2.50 each.
Neat well made dresses for girls
from two years to fourteen years
of age; made in French style with
long waist and tucked skirts, in
sertion trimming is used in sufficient quantities to become style of
make; white lawn is the material
mostly used in these popular summer wash dresses, and stands all
kinds of wear. The work put Into
these little suits Is as good as In
any of our garments . We can
safely   recommend  these  suits.
95c per pair,
(inly about five dozen left. Qrey
Navy, Mack, Cream and White;
one or two sizes in one or more
colors; are sold out, but probably
your size is here yet. 5V& to 7V4
inches, 12 button length; durable
finger tip. Regular price per pair
$1.25.    Sale price       95c.
Buster Brown suits for
little fellows
Special values this week at $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.00.
Regular knockabout summer suiU
made of such materials as Duck,
Salatea, Drill, Linen, etc., wbicC
wash in a most satisfactory manner
���
Mosquito netting
You may need some; if so, secure
it quickly; only a limited quantity
to be had; Green and Navy only,
per yard       10c.
Camping rugs or shawls
I* ine heavy plaid and fancy tra-
< lling  rugs  in several    patterns,
fringed  edgos.     Most   suitable  for
travelling or camp use. Each $1.75
to $3.75
The coolest fabrics for
blouses
Sheer Persian I.av.ins, Dimities and Mercerized
Mull. These materials are being sold in larger
quantities, No burden to wear a dr< ss or shirtwaist
ol* these summery materials. We are showing a
new  lot.    P''r yard    20c to 45c
Washable dress shields
We have the besl washable Dress shields; thoroughly dependable qualities, So many people ask
for them these days; four qualities known as
I'nedlt, Crescent, dune and Onandoff; three sizes;
all lowly priced, per pair   20c to 40c
New voile skirts-popular summer styles
Fine hard finish Voile Skirts, in the season's
latest New York styles. These new Skirts show
abundance of ribbon 1 rimming and bias taffeta
folds; exceptionally light in weight. Each $9.75
to $22.50
Ladies cotton
knit
combinations
White onlv,   very   fine   rib    and'
\ Hi
solt permanent finish; made   with   \\<    vvi; ���'';!
���\.��.   \'��1V"   .
bow neck, short sleeves, button
front. Ks<-e or ankle lengths. All
Bizes, each      75c to $1.25.
Another special in wash belts
25c Each.
This time besides offering the best value In
wash Belts in new styles we clear out some slightly soiled lines, regular value, of which are '!5c and
40c. Most of our wash belts have pearl buckles In
varioufi  designs.   All one price, each   25c

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