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 fhite, Sluies & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
IW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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^^EAI. ESTATE
IN Col 5 bt.. St. Phonr SS
IME 3, NUMBER 194.
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KE CONTINUES
WITHOUT INGDENT
JAPANESE STeUOOEE HAKLl   KANE'S lOWNSIlE
TO CAPTUBE PACIFIC TUK      m ( ^ yp    - T() ffi ^j^   BMETTE RIVER DISASTER
BUSH FIRE CLAUSE
STRIKE ON C P. R. AFFECTS WEST i D CONTINUES
10 in. FROM RIVALS
3   Are   Drafted   in   to
ill Vacancies Caused by
'alkuut of Machinists.
Visitor from  Shanghai  Speaks of Financial  Conditions in  China���Trade       (J.    r|\     j1
Rivalries Increasing  in  East.
���\   ���   .-���   Gang  '���-    -*   Cut Yesterday
aipeg, A ug. 6.    The second day
strike o em I  without  incident
. ..Ing tiie forenoon nothing
leveloj ���        though    lndlca-
th it  ; Ickei > ordons will be
::���������.,    j   tb.' strikers  before
[iwn as a  rumor is current that
f      i ..in Pacific Railway company
i:. ;��� avor todaj tu bring a number
a from tbe south.
All   Union  Men.
. companj   has bo fa.   made no
to  operate  th'e   big   local  sliops,
.     practically   every     machinist
-   a   union   man and  loyally   re-
���d to the call, it  must be some
[before the. company can get to-
fer any kind of a temporary force.
Japs as Stopgap*.
forts received from various west,
[visional centres show that the
was practically unanimous, all
men obeying the headquarters,
without question. At Moose .law,
JCurrent, Medicine Hat and other
Irly points the company has en-
Ired to keep the shops open. They
tinging in gangs of Japanese
itheir section work, but there is
pough skilled labor to leaven the
A Waiting Game.
sides ale standing pat, appar-
altlng fur 'he other to make a
[before show'ng their band    The
,f the men lies in the prospect
Inmen, including engineers, flre-
id conductors, joining them, and
ire expected tu inform the com-
the course of a lew days that
innut continue to operate trains,
b; w nut   ��� -. ti properly Inspect.
Bch, therefore, depends on thv
,  hut  even  without  their  as-
tlte   strikers express   them-
nfldent of winning out.
Men from  England.
_ug. 6.���The C. P. R. is said
Ireadj   had assurances of all
im.   ;t a.ii 1.   iii the old country
1   stat's   to    man    its
There is nothing in the statute
a pn venl  Importing   all   the.
K I' quires from the old country.
ll   :       it law would prevent the
ol men under contract in
li'eii st.iii.. inn  this is easily
in i and unless the company's
tations mlscarrj, it will have no
e  ia  tilling  the  striker:*'   places.
No Tie-up in Toronto.
���"in.   Aug.   <>.- -At   this   terminal
I'   It. had no difficulty in tilling
"t thi  strikers.   The company
lm   ': d- uf applications In ex-
Orfice Staff Works.
Ii'li Bay, Aug.   - Advices from the
pay the ti.   up is complete on the
Snpi lier division.   The C. I', it.
storehouse was burned early to-
Su-icrintendenl Brady and office
"" ii"   oui   the     passenger
Given  sn  Option.
���Mi's  Fa ! i,   Vug,  6     Eighty men
"e mn here have I een given un-
v     today tu return t'- work
compi
EWRITER TRUST WILL
UE .1EK-_ED BY MAN
l*��    Yerk,    Aug.   6.���Thfl    *-008t     of
Jvrlti us is expected to be cut  b)
eeiit . if a new lit m is sucoss-
Ii,   lighting   the   trust.     The unti-
concern is headed by A. A. Ryan,
|"i   Uu-   Insurance   magnate,   who
'hat he will place a machine on
Iiiirket at  $115 which  will be equal
beat typewriters on the market,
an declares tbat the oust of n.anu-
Bring   the   average   typewriter   is
He says that an enormous profit
i le at  present  prices.
Toronto   Favors Church   Union.
ito, An.. 6.���There are 86,000
pie in Toronto who favor church
In.   This is tne number secured by
W,  11. Staiev, who Is clrculatili'_
Billon      When   60,000   names   are
l'i '-I the petition it win be pre-
Btl 'ii the governing bodies ut* all
I'i 'ti itani churches, Including the
������     .'"id   Baptists,   who   BO     far
not enl  red into the movement.
Aiming thy gui .-is a the Ru I 11
hotel lasl e\ening was T. W. Kl
mill, a retired civil engineer, who is
visiting irkn:is in British Columba.
Mr. Kingsmll] is an old resident of
Shanghai, the great Chinese port,
where lie is in close touch with business Inten sis.
May Enter Terminus i iver Xew Route,
Isolating Prince Rupert II.
Western    Insurance    Com-    symoatny * ������-coe. ,__���*   t* Sapperton Wcnl   Under I
. ties  Will   Pay Fernie
L ts.ses in Full.
Prin
��� :.
dents
ing on th   : esl-
r trict bj thi   fact that
a party of t . lm ers acting on
iliaiid   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tin::    Pai        ailwaV. are reported '��� ������ " '
In cunvi. rsatiun with a News r pre-j have chang< I the line of the railway    h< Bn   sutfen
' bush Bi      in      .���    '
grat .  Ing  to  learn    thai    all
townsite.  ^nles |��� llu, ,,  ,.   Mainland   I'nder-
\vt'.t> :-' association, who are thus pro
last   evening,  he   said   that I soir^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
the wave of financial depression from j pert in su
this continent had affect d the Chin Be
trade, and last BprInG the centres of
Industry suffered eonsldi rably. The
ial fell from a nominal ratio value
of three, shillings and a penny to two
shillings and fourpence, and business
dropped away. Recovery w.as . now-
taking place slowly.
He did tun think that British trade
with China had decreased as was
generally supposed, but the Germans
and Russians were strenuous competitors. There was a growing trade with
Canada In flour, and lumber. Asked as
the effect of the rumored abstention
of American railroads from the Pacific
trade he though! it was playing Into
the hands of the Japanese, who would
fn a few years control the shipping.
White men In the east felt strongly
on the subject of the growing domination of the brown man. By means of
subsidies to their merchants and I
steamships they have closed the door
in Manchuria to the rest of the world.
Mr. Kingsmill leaves this mornin*. for
Chilliwack.
a manner a_ to entirely
a\ 'i I    tin    famous    Kani
w hli .. call. I  Prince Rupert.
Accord ng to the original survey of
th,. line the railway would have
passed right across the townsite of
Mr Kane, an bj the change in the
survey the railway grade instead of
following the beach from Stewart's
camp to the townsite will cross a narrow neck of water near Stewart's
camp and then pass on to a natural
ch in of two islands, from which it
will again reach the beach about a
mile smith of the Kane townsite.
Color is given to the report that the
ra'l'.v.v. company will adopt this latest
survey from the fact that Contractors
Perry Bros. �� McDonald have, it Is
reported, been notified to discontinue
work in the vicinity of the Kane town-.
site. I
Vancou.i r. Aug. 6.    A pi
���   : en cut rent  sim e tl ���
gtnn ng I ilk vallej conflai     I i i
:-..ior number of  Ins
i-
1
It  It
com-
this
.i    .i
teiti d bail' agreed to overloi
clause ami. furthermore, will
all the usual technicalities.
A numbi r of local offices havi ��� ��� n
burning the midnight juice in the
preparation of the "proofs of loss,"
and are Intenl on showing a typically
wi-sti rn spirit by paying the claims
with as much despatch as a due
amount of caution will allow.
Wlu-tbei outside offices will refuse
to overlook the hush clause, which
exempts certain companies from reimbursing flre sufft rers who lose their
effects as a direct or Indirect result
of a  bush flre, remains to be Been,
(    .' .a   Re     ' 'is   at   VVcrk.
*^^^^^M. v.
tui i     r   i,
: .    i      rom the Ui mn tie rive   In
:   Sa;- H i ton  11
.. li   difficult '        As
It    - .. . .    estei laj   hi
the railway I I cted the nn n
the  morning  the carmen's    unlou
.      OUI VI     ..    .    h    lllis    is    Ol e'.ll'
n Ii anci  to the i urn pan ,\. the bridge
Two Goal Margin iii Clean
1 rame Yest< rday Eveninjr.
. an  and  fast
ot wee'
...i is    |n i ton la it evi ning
,   in
\\ i _t< ;.,l
< ,1   Hi
.. \v,.i for the green    we-ati . ���    j   four
u . ��i.    Si hi ned up shorl .''i
: of the Rei Inas, Coi
in I I    Fit. :.i i.inI.  Manuii'.in;     and     C
.. ii   itayi i on. nnd Bridge and Bu Id    Smith took theii  places    The fear of
INDIANS OF SKIDEGA1E
OBJECT TO CHINESE WHS
Prince Aupert, Aug. G.���People who
come over from Skldegate tell stories
respecting the exclusion ot Japanese
and Chinese from ('rahaui Island
Skldegate, at the southern end of the
island, is quite a big Indian village,
whose people are good workers. When
"capitalists" bring in Chinese cooks,
the people at Skldegate make it
known that Chinese cook., are "undesirable citizens." Tho result Is the
"capitalists" get scared and send their
Chinese cooks hack to Vancouvei- on
the same steamer that brings them.
The Indian wurkingmen of Skldegate
will not eat Chinese-cooked food, and
as their women are good cooks aud
steady workers, no hardship is worked on the "capitalists,'' even if they
have to pay higher wages, as the Indian women are honest and do not
net away with supplies as Chinese
cooks and helpers do. The Japanese
are trying to gei contracts to takeout
logs for the sawmill near Skldegate,
hut so far have not been successful
SIXTY TRAMPS CAPTURE
A N. P. FREIGHT TRAIN
RECEPTION PLANS ADVANCED
FOR BOYS WELCOME HOME
Throw  Off Supplies  and  Then   Leave
to Gather Up the Plundei**��� Cre*.
Captureg   Six  of Gang.
Tacoma, Aug. ii.���The police department leie was notified today that
sixty desperate hoboes captured a
Northern Pacific freight train at Kala-
nia   this   morning, and  after     looting I amount   of  money   will
i
the box cars while the train travelled I from tne country peopli
Street   Collections   Arranged���Provincial Ministers Will Honor Event
��� Boys Arrive   at   Night.
Plans for the reception to the champion lacrosse team on Thursday are
advancing apace. .1. ,1. Cambridge
has secured a number ol girls to conduct stands at the market today, and
i'  is  expected that    a    considerable
be      received
Everyone so
thirty miles in the direction of Tacoma. stopped the train aud got off to
pick up plunder they had thrown off.
Six of lhe men failed to get off the
train nnd were looked in a box car by
the crew When the freight arrived at.
Tacoma it was mei bj a posse of
policemen,  but   no tramps found.
MANY THANKS AND $2
FOR  FINDING $50,000
Chicago, Aug. 6.���William Becker,
a post office wagon driver, found a
$50,000 check In a driveway beneath
the fed- ral building, and reported it
to Superintendent Fred Day. The
check was payable through the Merchants' Loan .k Tins: company. The
trust company was notified, and a
batik raessengei was sent for the
check. Becker is said to have been
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_'he t.iink.-, and a %'i
Prince  Rupert, Aug. G    So  fat   the ** ''
only  damage   resulting   Irom   .lasting
In  the  big   blilfl   al   Prince  Rup< rl   has To  Stop  Ea-Seoall Gambling.
been to the Seattle bakerj  In "Knox Chicago   .ng   6,    Efforts to   Btamp
villa" and to the warehouse et Foley, ol!-   gambling   i"   bs eball    with    lm-
Kelch  &  Stewart  on    the    G.  T    P. mediatelj  ��� ���.. made    ���  the    American
wharf.    The Seattle bak  i     i-  within p esldeui    Johnson,   of    the
fcventj   fei-t  of the face ol   the cut, m     tnci I   today,    will
and a blast fired lasl week threw Hev ..    ,     illetln  to    i ���    ���     Vmerlcatt
eral   big  pieces Of   rock     winch     weni iiiion   lo     tin
BLASTING KEEPS RESIDENTS
BUSY SIDE STEPPING  ROCKS
contributing wlll be given a commemorative badge. On Saturday there
will be half a dozen stands on Columbia sin et. The, win be placed al the
II. C. li. ll. depot, .1 G. li.amon's Btore,
the post office, Dominion Trust block,
Mackenzie Btreet and borne street,
Over $M||i is now in hand,
I). A. shiles lias designed a vory ef*
fectlve ribbon In the cluii colors, bear,
ing an inscription, to ibe given on the
night of the reception to the team
managers and the fourteen player:-.
About 1400 electric sprujs have hen
secured and the Illuminations win he
on  generous lines.
It is arranged now that the hoys
shall not get in before nightfall, as
should they arrive on Thursday morning they have an invitation to Stop off
ni Agassiz.
Another meeting of the committee
will  be held  this evening.
ing Inspector Choate lias a nttmbei  et
��� a .u wmk stir, An effort was made
*,i gel tin si men out. bul it was uu
successful, arousing the    disappoint-
��� ut of the labor representatives B?nl
.ner from Vancouver for that purpose
ll   dues  not   seem,  however,  tha
Idge crew are bound bj  the
' . s   as   the   carmen   tu   t he   other
strikers.
Concerning  the  work  Itself,  all day
the  gang  of men   were  busy  clearing
waj timber and preparing a bed upon
which to lay planks, where the   en-
i" wi'.l he lifted b> jacks and drawn
tip  on   Its side  out   uf thc. way of the
���:,i i. Mure powerful machinery is
ii'iaiieil than that nt the Inspector's
lls| osal, and a steam winch will be
broughl Into play.
On account of the strike, the coni-
b< ing put off far slashing "... ;. a good
��� :'.' ���. and onlj one r, Spt Ing was
iiiiu ed, an i thai accldently ills place
��.i. taken for Ihe rest ol thi game bj
Elchoff, \'- tb. score Indicates, each
sldi had a fall share ot the game, aint
the s.i iperton had had luck In nol equal
same I uing Their strong showing waa <itw
to the work ol the Reglna boys, and
the excellent piny of young Coutts tn
goal. For Westend the WftrwtokS,
Spring and Swanson all playivt well on
the bome, While the defence was an
quick as at Ihe. recent occasion when
Reglnas went under by  a small soorv.
For  the  Sappei'tons    l'atcheil     ilts
tlnguislKd   himself    at     point     many
times     Henry   MacKenzie  was  not  u|>
to  his  usual   mark,   and   the   shoottim
and passing on both sides was erratic
In the first quarter Westend obtain
pnnj is in uu hurry for the locomotive
until it is repaired, and as there Is
no one competent to do the work, the
engine looks like remaining there till
'he end of the* dispute. The object
will be to set it out of the way of
workmen who will get busy on lhe
new bridge as soos as possible, There
is plenty uf room for Ihe lugs now,
iiul business is colng on as usual at
ihe mills. The repair crew resumes
operations  today.
A ��50O,000 MISTAKE.
City   Engineer   Say��   Winnipeg   Books
Are Astray That Much.
Winnipeg, Aug. <i. it is claimed hy
th. citj engineer that there has been
a mistake Involving nearly half a toll
lion   dollars in   the    . ookkeeping     ac
Counts of the nigh pressure plant, and
thai   ii    has   not   actually   cost   much
over  hall   what  Is  charged  to II.
through  Ilie boai' I  11
ii  i lie part  ui i      ettlng .rn I asking each
the building  in  which a  pafui  ova , ,     o enforci to   In  lette   th'
was installed.   Tin> even  was not  in . . the league constitution pio
jured.  bul   Mr.  Willis  decided  noi   t" bl Itln     ettlng
risk life, so he h.ni the oven removed	
A   blast  this   week   also  damaged   the Alaska  Added to Consulate.
building by throwing a piece of rock      Portland, Aug  6.- Alaska has been     St.
through the side of it.    Mr. Willis ha- added tu the tenltor)  of British Con   ! monthly meeting of flip United Baptist
be<m damaged aibout  |100 in loss of Bui James L__ldb_.w, whose Jurisdiction
Robbers' Plunder Recovered.
Pittsburg, Ann '. Following the
recovery of $160,000 worth of gold
plate, the property of .lohn M, Ney &
Co., gold ri'lipers, of Hartford, Conn.,
it Is said todaj thai Beveral thousand
dollars  worth of diamonds belonging
to  ll   IOCS
ibe night *^^^K*********************************************^**********M
Initiation  by Telephone.
Denver,   Col.,   Aug.    ;. -Tomorrow
night, ior the lirst time on record, the
"work" of a secret order will he nans
mitted  by long    distance   telephone,
when Manley .1. lleiuniens. supreme
councillor of the United Commercial
Travellers, will sh In his heme al
Green Bay, wis., ami listen tu ibe
initiation of fifty candidates hy Pike's
Peak council 15, of Ihis city. Thai absolute secrecy  may  he  Insured  it   has
heen arranged to place members of
ihe order In charge of all connections
alone the line is well as hi Green Ibn
and   Denver.
ed a goal, and nl the end of the moo-
ond was two ahead Scoring taxik
place in the third, but In tb,. fourth
each   scored   once.    The     steady     Ini-
provemeni  in methods of   piny wm
noticeable throughout.
Goals were scored as follows:
First quarter- Westend, Spring    (f<
min.).
Second quarter^ Westend, Bwannos
IV4 mins.); Sapperton. Hume (X
nuns).  Westend. Sangster ("> llllns.V
Third quarter   No score.
Fourth quarter Westend, sangster
i'... min.):  Sapperton, Fltsgerald    (I
mins).
The line-up was as follows:
Westenders, Sapperton,
Munn  Goal W. Oouttl
Marshall    Point. . .   W*    Pafohol|
Galbralth  ,.Cover Point..  ,E. Bpawfl
W,  Sangster.   _nl   Defence      Cnrnmek
F  Sibley    ..2nd Defence   Mannering
I.nnd 1st   Defence.     .   Kit zgcrnli.
W Win wick Centre .M. MacKenzie
Itaitlelt .... 1st Home It MacKenzie
F Warwick. . .'.nd Home.. B Martin
It. Sangster.,, 8rd Homo, c Smith
Spring. . . Outside Home .11. Oottttf
Swunson.. Inside Home ...11 Hume
Referee���Sid   Malcolmson
AMERICAN CUSTOMS RICK
WHEN MONEY IS SPENT HERE
Dyking  Commission   Meets.
A meeting ol the Sumas dyking comml . Ion wa ��� ie hi in Vancouver y  let
ii i    min ning ��� ii eon idei the in oposed
i ih'-  ui rei .nn il Ion In the v Icln
tli in. which were stolen onlof Sumai laki In view of thi favorable
if Vpril 30 hy bandits, who! vote on  the  plan  registered    nt the
hold up it.. Ni �� Voii, si Louis express on the Pennsylvania railroad
near ihis ell;���. h ive ���'��� ��������� ��� een recovered.
Cholera in India.
.lohn,    N    B.   Aug.    6
IhiIIk lasl week by the propertj owt i l
i'ie,e.|     Vrrangementi  were    made
: -     i" at once   tart on the
piolln Inarj _ nrk In order thai mi
lum mlghi in lost In starting actual
operatloni  so soon u lhe high wale
Porl T'ownsenil, Aug, 0 Vr. announced in a circular letiei is.neil
yesterday, Collector F   C, Harper, of
i In    ru  ��� i   . nnni  cu 'lulu    di-1   lei,  pro
hihits  purchaii s  'r   \.m< *'��� in  exi m
lum  l , in VlCtOl M      Dm Ing the pen I
ing  i aie   win-   lai m wils   went     to
Victoria,  purchasing  I lana llan  goods
uiil< i the i.11 nt :.' ut i I1-. 14, 1907,
uni' h iu the detriment ol I he mer-
chanl . ' ii ' I ���    ouml     Mt   Harpei hat
l 'I  ��� .|     bill      1' lOl       li"l    applj    I"   le'll
"ii    .1     " ab    "i mi  11 io uf
'  , cerialn i     ;     i   ' ilnable
��� '-   i  ��� ��� en ih ll   u   liu- ib i
rime nt .if the American trade.
At     Hie
recedes.
HUNDREDS DIE FIGHTING
IN STREETS OF TABRIZ
probity,   but the    main    damage    Is Low extendi  to the  Pacific northwest
through  the fear of losing  his  busi- and Montana.   He has been appointed
M����s.   FViley, Welch & Stewart's war'*    tfoe-COttsnl at Nome,
house ha*  l.een   punctured    so    often
that   the   roof*  is   being covered   with j
inch  lioarrts.
foreign million ix'unl ofthe maritime     N�� Subsidy for Nov. Zealand Line. Tabrla, Aug. 6   There las now ban
provinces, It was announced thai word     Victoria, Aug. 6.���The \'cw Zealand thirty-five days' fighting in the street!
had heen received that Cholera Is rag- [governmenl   hU  refused  in  enter into of Tabriz nml the casualties, due chief-
Ing iw India.
Can You Guess This Salmon's Weight?
GOLD   ROBBERIES.
full
How much should    I
'"'spring salmon weigh? I
The public will have an opportunity
Ktie.ssliig com-
the
Conspiracy   to  Steal   Large   Sums
South Africa Is Discovered
London,  Aug. ���'..    A  despatch tu ���| todav   to  Indulge  In
London  Dally Mall from  Petermwfto- .^  ^       ���,__. |(( ,,e 80|vwi ihe-
liitrg.  Natal,  reports a discovery or a
i onsplracy to rob tin
of enormous sums. Cold
anj arrangeiiient t<i aid In the grant ly to bombs thrown from mortars, and
of ii ..UmbIiIv to the C'lnaOliiti-Atistra shrapnel, are estimated al 800. Many
ban line. aCCOrdlng to advices re. ,,f the tine; residences "I lbe city
ceived here from New Zealand. New and hundreds of shops in the bazaars
'Zealand's reason for refusing to oon- have been looted, Die lust's in this
tribute to th# arrangement Is that the direction being placed at more than
WliwIgervloe is of no value to New    Zea-   n.oiKi,Oon.
I land, '    Missionaries In the elt.,   have loen
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B ��� exposed to stray bullets, ant although
locked metal box, which will be open- ' School  Trurtees Meet Thi.  Morning.; thPV hnv��� ,������, S,)M���_ nan()w    ..scapes
grown  being  devoted  to the    Fernie
fund
All guesses will be deposited In    a
ed ut twelve o'clock noon by Aid. B.
.1. FaQer, chairman of the relief com-
A   meeting of the board of    school   none have been injured.
trustees will be held at Peter Peeblee*
"  :.'   i-pgijng the weight, of a large spring sal-jmittee, who will announce the winner.  0|Ti(v :lt  ten    o'clock    this    morning
^^H   ___________���    _____���    B^________________S^S^S^I^I^I^i^i^i���������������������^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
'to the amount | mon caught in the Fraser river yeiter-
,,���,,,.       ." """.,,���-,  .si, vear   dav and purchased  hy M. Monk, who
of    .00,000 bas  been  s o W JMs ^^ ,im ft)  hlg M;iU
and  manv thousands of dobars ���� , . ...      .
stolen ,h 1907. Detectives are shadow-   In the market   his morning
v,   ...    ueiieveii to* have  sou guessing the weight ol   'he "����
lng suspects who are ^^      M   wln be eharf-ed the Bmftl) s���m of ten
[shipped   their  spo!!**   to   r.ngia'��* i ^^^^^^^^^^^^���
I various routes.
cents, the proceeds of the compctltlm I ounces.
Mr. Mionk will give a prize of $5 to j when the applications of five nuallfled
the person whose figures an- most , )K,m)ns for the position vacant at one
nearly cornet uf the city schools will lie looked Into.
The exact weight uf the flsh Is not   \ meeting *as ,0 n"ve 1)<1*n np,(- y''8'
known,  but  it  is somewhere  tetwen   terday evening, hut owing fo   the ah- ^
45 pounds 2 ountes and 57 pounds '������'_  sence of the chairman, this was post-j^(
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.
AUGUST
1303
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77iis Is My 75th Birthday
Powell   Clayton.
Powell Clayton, leader of tbe Republican party iu Arkansas, was
born in Bethel, Pa., August 7, 1838, and was educated at the Bristol
academy in Pennsylvania. Later he studied civil engineering at Wilmington, Del. In 1S59 he was chosen engineer and surveyor of
Leavenworth, Kas, in 1868 he was elected Governor of Arkansas and
from 1871 to 1ST? he served as United States senator from Arkansas.
in 1S97 he was appointed U. S. ambassador to Mexico which position
he held until 1903. He always took a leading part in the Republican
party of his state and has been a member of every Republican national convention from 1S72 to the present day. His business interests
are quite extensive and lie has acquired a large fortune.
1?
j      This Date in History
THE   POLLARDS.
The  Pollard   Lilliputian  opera com-
AUGUST 7 ' l>any, forty strong, will commence an
I..S.S���The  Spanish  Armada  becalmed! engagement   of two    nights    at    the
before Dunkirk. opera house beginning Tuesday, Aug.
1795���Joseph   Rodman   Drake,   poet.i,.    This company, which is the most
.'oorn.    Died Sept. 21,  1820. . , _.,..,
.,���.    ,���.     , ��� ..   x.     successful one of Its kind In the world,
1820���Ellsa Bonaparte, sister   ot   Napoleon   died i hails from Australia, and is recruited
1829���^loyalists came Into power    in j yearly in the City of Melbourne. They
France. have made a number of touts through
1888���William C. Van Home succeed- chlna   .rapan   [ndla    ami    Australia.
ed   Sir   George    Stephen   as  ���,,   . ,      ,    .   .
, _,     I Their   training   and  talent   is     some-
precldent ot the Canadian Pa-1
ciflc railway .thing wonderful to behold.    They go
1899���Second  court   martial  of  Major through their parts like seasoned pro-
Dreyfus begun at Rennes.        fessionals,   many  of    them    showing
  i more   finesse   and   knowledge of   the
art of acting than most of their elder
brethern of the stage.
"The Toy Maker" in 'which the
! children first, appear is one of the
best works ever devised, and gives the
little, artists an admirable chance to
display their talents. The other play-
to be given will be "Florodora."
it
You may ask for a good thing
and never get it. But, if you don't
ask* you are sure not to get it."
In worth and wear���
style and satisfaction
���Progress Brand
Clothing will well
repay you for the
slight trouble of
asking for it.
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
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AT THE  HOTELS.
Russell.
W. (J. Hansen, Seattle.
SI H. Nelems, chilliwack.
_V.  M.  Thomas and son, Seattle.
H.  A. Kennedy, Vancouver.
H.  M.  Ellis,  Vancouver.
Windsor.
.1.  M.  Hall,  Harrison Mills.
W. E. Harsher! .and son, Mt. Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. Soggatt. Chilliwack.
.1. W. Ney, Victoria.
B.  Labnler, Victoria.
F. B. Ward, Toronto.
B. Jamieson, Sllverdale.
W.  L. Sharpe.  Ranfitrly.
A. Johnston, Chilliwack.
It.   Johnston,   Mowbray,  Man
J.  Davidson.   Ruskin.
A.  Fdrman,  Langley.
Building a WaU
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 flrsl
class for years and years,
GILLEY BROS.
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PKone 101
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Consulting Civil and Mining
Engineers, R. C. Land Surveyors and ; ��
Draughtsmen
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
.Make no mistake, but start your orchard right., by buying from A
HOME N'URSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can hamdle your order, no matter what the size. If we hav" no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
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They are in tine condition, and are to be J
had'cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY!
STORE than any other store in town, I
Call   Us Up   and   Give   Us   Your Order||
THE
Public Supply Stores geo.adams!
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Prop.
Phone 92.
Tel.  37.
New Westminster.  BC
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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reat Shoe
Slaughter Starts
Thursday at 9 a.m.
We never have and we never will carry over
any summer footwear.
We are determined to clear out every single
pair. To do this we have cut the heart
right out of the prices.
Ow: tables will be loaded with the best
shoes money can buy, at prices unheard of
in this city before.
Remember this is the Shoe Sensation of the
year, and it starts next Thursday at 9 a.m.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a
ings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has nev.
more apparent than at the present I
Thc
av-
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied I '���
INTEREST ADDED I TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you re
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIAL! V.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      p.  B.  LYLE    Mgr.
COAL
Pennsylvania
.Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COALta
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box  345 -Phone  1'
CiFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTS
W.E. SINCLAIR
THE RELIABLE
SHOE MAN
B. C. Mills, Timber and)
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractur.T* and D.ai.r, in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   D����rt
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass-
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
New Westmin^! 'A
Telephone 12.
��IM*>*"""'1 ���*"**_-U��i��t,aM�� iluAY,   AUGUST   7,   1908.
THE DAILY Ni as.
PAGE THRKV.
E,s    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
even numbered section ol Do-
i  lands  ln   Manitoba,  Raskatcii-
,.;i i ...: erta, excepting 8 ami *_''.,
servcKt, may be homeBteaded by
-ui who is the sole head of a
or any  male over \>. years ol
th<   ektent o�� one-quarter sec-
lt'i'.i acres, more or less.
,licatlon   for   entry     must     ne
in person    y  the applicant at
ilnion Lands .Agency   or   sub-
i   for tbe   listrlct in  which the
s situate.   Entry by prosy may,
er, be made  .it an agency '?u
lain conditions by the father, moth-
son, daughter, brother or sister of
Intending homesteader.
j..  homesteader is rejuired to per-
i the homestead duties under one
... following plans-
i    At least six months' residenci*
,,a,I  cultivation of the hind  In
,-ear  for three years.
.-. Homesteader may, if he so
s,  perform  the    required    re_i-
.���  duties   by   living on    farming
owned   solely   bv   him.  not less j
eighty  (80)   acres in extent, ln
vicinity of bis homestead.   Jolul
irs lii;i iu land will not meet this
Irement.
I    if the father (or mother, If the
_r i.s deceased) of a homesteader
permanent residence on farming
owned solely  by  him,  not  less,
eighty (b0)  acres ln extent, In
vicinity of the homestead, or up-'
homestead  entered  for by himi
e vicinity, such hoihesteader may \
(onn his own residence duties by ;
g with tbe father (or mother),    i
The term "vicinity" In the two !
letling paragraphs ls  defined    as
lng not more than nine miles In j
���ect line, exclusive nt the width j
>ad allowances crossed    in    ��he|
u rement.
) A homesteader Intending to
rm bis residence duties in ac-
,nce with the above while living
parents or on farming land own- j
|)y himself must notify tbe agent
ie district of such Intention.
months' notice ln writing must i
ven to the Commissioner <>f Do- i
n Lands at Ottawa, of intention ]
jpl> fer patent.
W. W, CORY. I
;y of the Minister ot the Interior. ;
[B.���Unauthorised publication uf
advertisement  will  not  be  paid
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission atnl waj ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman  &   Ker    wharf,
New   Westminster,   Tuesdays,   Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a-  m.
Leavea  Chilliwack  Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
H.  WII1TMORF. Secretary.
nligh
Sunlight   Soap  contains  nothii        ....   will  harm  the   STORY   OF   THE   DOROTHEA
. intiest fabrics nor re the skin.
Sold by all >       rs at
Five Cents a Bar
miw ts omv out
RUBEROID. I
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ROOFING
Standard for
15 Years.
"THE GRAND OLD ROOFING"
For Your Barns.
For Your Outbuildings.
For Your Poultry-houses.
For Your Rebia.-nco.
Made  in   three    permanent  color*���
CiRAY, RED, BKUWN.    Conuini
no tar; will nut melt.    Contains no
paper; will not rot.   Will not catch
fire trom .park..    Any lian.ly man
can apply it.   Send for sample, and
Booklet
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
Hard* are, Etc.     Columbia Street
l��, O. Box  474.        Tel.  5_.        R��?a.  429
Estimates  Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   I-ences,   Creating*, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
[ims uf  Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
vallahle Dominions lands witli-
jie railway belt In British Colum-
lay be homesteaded by any person
is the sole head of a family, or
���male mer 18 years of ase, to the
br ol one-quarter section ot' ioo
inoie or les3.
Itrj   must  be  made  personally  al
local land office for the district in
pi the land  is situate.    Entry by
|y may, however, he made ou cer-
i utnlitious by the father, mother,
daughter, brother or sister of an
���ling homesteader.
a homesteader is required to l>er-
the conditions connected there
under   one   of the    following
Office and Works;
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
l Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*.  Grocer
j   Ladles' Gold Watcnes  trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch""    open
face. 16.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, double
���a.se, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welrman
Arctic Expedition.    Vll warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch -""pairing; cnarges reasonable.
_P i    At leasl  six months' resilience
in and cultivation of the laud   In
year   foi   three  years.
i   If the father (or mother, if the
hi r is deceased),   of   the   home-
Ider resides upon a  farm iu    tlie
atty of the land entered  for,  the
blrements as to residence may be
���lied by such person residing with
'i.i r or mother.
: i   if the settler has his perman-
residence upon farming iand own-
1 him in iii" vicinity of hi' home.
��� I, the i' qulrements   as   to resl-
���  maj be satisfied by   residence
a 'he Bald  laud.
\ months' notice in writing should
given to the Commissioner of Dom-
a Lands at Ottawa of Intention tn
Ij for patent.
OAL.���Coal mining rights max be
Bed for a period of twenty-one years
ii annual rental of $1 per acre.
t more than 2560 acres aha" be
Bed to one individual or company.
.alty at the rate of five cents per
-hall be collected on the mer-
;"itiihle coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
ilv of the Minister of the Interior
Sent#0n Approval
To RBSPO_.sn_c._t Peoi'i.e
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM W -
UAe Ink Pencil Sll,  J
Your Choice of
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Two
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Scottish Games
To  be held under the auspices  of  St. ���
Andrew's and Caledonia Society.
AUGUST THE 8th,  1908
At Recreation  Park, Vancouver
Sports to commence, 1:30 p. m.��� sharp.
Special cars in addition to regular half-
hourly service will be run.
Adults   50  cent*        - - Children   25  cents
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 933.
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The
1     Daily
News
1   BRING   BIG   RETURNS
1   THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
>AI.D OF TRADE. New Westmin-
ster Board ol Trade meets in the
|!'":u'il -Room, City Hall, as follows: :
ji'iiid Thursday of each month,.
���Quarterly meetings on the third
[Thursday of February. May,
���August and November, at 8 p. ra.
���Annual meetings on the third
fThursday of February. New
��� '''"'* may be proposed and
"ted al my monthly or quarterly
a&tlng.     A. I_. White, See..    I
Bl Ii.ic.tK-- Man. '��������� _.*..���*,
Illmlftlont art Eifcot S)u
Every pen guaruntr.M
full 14 Kt. bclid Gold���cut
ou rijf.it hand may be hail
in   either  our   *Undar<l
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Trauftpai-i
ent, at dealrrd, tie her  in]
plain or engraved fin ith, I
at preferred.
���You may try thii pin a ���#���*..,
if ��n.i doiwifli_dtiunpnMn*��d,
��� falter   ��rtn U than fW can H
1 ��ura fur nihil tinm this iririul
1 rim la   any oilier ni--k��   *f rmtl
���ntlrrly   ifttisfei l-ry In �����f|   Hi   I
\ i|��il return II ftixl *'��� will (-.in) I
j you I1.1Q Uf ii.
Cut un i irr la our fftitioi.a ain_ 3
Pofmltr   Htn  lira  Ink   Pencil,   al
I cusa[>-*u 'r*k proof triomphi nay I
\ h*   ratnnl    In    %u,    pDtWW    Ifl I
pf^k*! lir llMpBlni btfi ""'���**���������' **I
I any   *utt\* at Drtt iouoh.    l'i iti - P
num    itprlnri   f��*'l.   W*SJ"
polnl, |ioll<ht��dvult��ni'M'l rnhhrr
oaw,  tair-i en*A*  flniih.    Kotail I
���*��tryw!��#r��   for  |1M-      *t*M�� I
' WftHMd    Write f��r termt,   *'-,<* [
now ������ ]��it you fi.rj��l."    MaiflM I
I* Laughlin Mfg. Co.#|
-25    Hejsstle 8i_��..
Ron-.ance   -t   a   Vessel   Assigned   to   tha
Naval Militia.
Among the  vessels assigned  to th��
naval militia .- one ��iih a hi. ti���;>*.
It seems. Bays  V]   eton'a Magazine,
that many years ago, when lt was tho
ust in for the underwriters
: , .it up at aui tli vessi Is that had
.- ., long overdue and not heard from,
:, young apprentice In Philadelphia
ned to attend one of these auc-
tl is . '.liih a large ship named the
' .. . a " ���.. - put up for sale Tha
M"- . had taken aboard a very valua-
, i argo, wljK ii would go with thn
tl h thi successful bidder; but thi>
Verj fact that the property was so
ralunlile had kept the underwriters
from Rellini; the craft until long after
it bad become generally believed that
.be wns a total wreck. Consequently
the auctioneer cried the gooil ship
Dorothea manj times without getting
the young apprentice
and. as noliody wonlu
vessel and her cargo
Imagine
maritime
USE ONLY THE CEST
PERFUMED
LYE
Is tne standard article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For malting eoap,soft��ralr_gwMer
remoTlnn old pnlnt. disinfecting
alnh_. closets, dr&tna nnd fer
many o1h��.r purpme., A ceo
equal* 20 pounds SAL. .SODA.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT c WP*"*
LIMITSD
TORONTO.ONT.
,;  bid.    Finally
Jokingly bid $5,
bid higher, the
were knocked down tn him.
the    astonishment    of    the
world wben the Dorothea was reported
sailing Into Delaware bay. The apprentice sold his prise for enough to
��tart hlrn' In business, and for years
the house thus founded was one of the
leaders In enterprise and resources Id
the Quaker City. But at all times the
head of the firm and his family successors made a point of owning and
������I'lraHng a ship named the Dorothea,
niilch name also_ was always given to
the oldest daughter ln each succeeding
feneration.
Shortly before the Spanish war. now-
ever, the then head of the boose was
In fulling health, and the only hope of
saving bis life, be was advised, was to
live at _ea. Accordingly, be gave an
order to tht Cramps for a larg* and
luxuriously appointed yacht to be
railed the Dorothea, of course, and no
expense was spared ln her construction
and equipment Unfortunately, death
came to the owner before his yacht
n-as quite finished, and the government
paid n fancy price for the Dorothea
early In 1808.
With the close of thc war there was
do purely naval duty for which the
Dorothea was fitted, and yet the government did not wish to sell her, tie-
cause there was no possibility of getting a price for her anything like what
she had cost. She was accordingly
laid up until the naval reserves sue
reeded ln convincing the navy depart
ment that they wei* tntltled to hsr.
PROFESSIONAL.
AA'HK.M.br.U, BARRI8TBR, SO
��� licitor. etc., 4_ Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 14:..
WHITESIDE A KDMONDS. Darri---
ters and solicitors, Blackie Hlk .
Columbia street, N'ew Westminster.
\Y. J. Whiteside, H. L. F.dmonda.
MARTIN & McQUARHIE, DAKR18-
"1 ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornoi
Clarkson and Ixirne streets.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Cotant-
tla and McKentle streets. New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. V. O.
Box  169.    Telephone fi4.
WF. HAN8FORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKensie
streets, New Westminster, B. O.
60  YEARf
EXPERIENCK
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHBD 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE ��� 111,000,000.00
| Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and tn London, England,
Now York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., snd Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transactid.
Letters of Credit Issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the '
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In 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.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. q. a BRYMNER. Manse".-
Wonders ef  Machinery.
Dependence upon machinery ls becoming almost so Instinct among the
workmen of a steel mill. A boy who
was sweeping the floor of a Httsburg
mill, for example, found his path obstructed by a ten ton maehine which
had not yet been put ln Its place.
"Hello, Jim." he called to a laborer,
"come here and move this mschlne
back about ten feet. 1 want to sweep
nndcr it."
Jim moved a traveling crane until It
stood mer the machine and lifted ths
20,000 pound obstacle out of the way
ss easily ns If lt were a box of cigars.
The boy went on with his sweeping as
*jf nothing extraordinary had happened.
ITp wns a Pittsburg boy and accustomed to miracles. And electricity,
which Is a new force- sixteen years
old In steel mills���will perform its
greatest deed., lti the future.���Mun-
sey's.
Passing of Crumb Brushes.
Tbe doom of the household crumb
brush hns been But' entically pronounced. Napkin nnd ray now comprise the outfit for retrieving the din.
uer tnble of crumbs. By the ndoptloh
ot the latter system It Is contended thai
the likelihood of bread particles becona
lug fugitive in minimized. Another ob
lection cited to tlie continuance of the
time honored brush method is lhat
lust accumulates in the bristles1 nml
,n due course circulates around the
board. Hotel restaurants inst called
the bait In tbis direction, ami gradually
guests cottoned to tbe new Idea, eventually Introducing tho reformation In
their own homes    New York  Press
The Esperanto Congress.
An article in a Berlin paper on ihe
EBsperanto congress, which will take
pin ' at Cambridge In August, says:
There will be more than H.oihi dele-
lite-  present,  representing  nearly  ev-
ery country in Europe, and the pro-
Deeding! will show what progress the
universal language has made, lu order to show one feature which has not
been largely dwelt upon, a Sliake-
���pearean tragedy has been translated
Into Itaperauto and will be performed
while tlie oongress Is lu session. For
pruetleal purposes the policemen and
tlie waiters ln tbe large restaurants
will learn the language, so that they
may converse with the delegates from
sther countries."
Trsdc Marks
Dcsiqns
. . CORVRIOHTa 4c.
Atirone sending a skdtcb and d���CTlptlnn mar
QUtoklf M0��rtaln our opinion f������ "lieilier an
lUTpntlon is probo. ly p���tent��Me, ti'muiun-��i-
rtniuMrictljSonadantlaL HANDBOOK on Patents
ient tre_. OMpM annor for temrlnu pat*m��.
Patent* taken tFiruuih Muiiu A Co. raontea
tprtial notice, without oharfte, In the
Scientific nwKan.
A handtomelf Ulutttated weekly.   I__nre_t atr-
enlatliio 'it any .rtentlflc Journal.    Terms for
('..""i1*' f '������?. ��� rear.pontace prepaid.    HoM t��
"'������^ New tort
najton. IX C.
all newadealen.
MUNN SCO
Branch Office, (
SB F St, Washington. 1
TAKE
Detroit
Mink.
ADVERTISE IN THE   NEWS
A Four Decker 8ea Pie.
A huge sea pie was served to a party
<f flfty guests at a feast at Uorleston
tt which the member for Yarmouth
was present, lt was made by an old
trawl skipper and weighed a hundredweight and a half. It was a four deck
���r and was boiled ln a vast caldron
for several hours. The keel was laid
with beef bones, and there was a triple
bulkhead of short crust, tbe bunkers
being filled with beefsteak nnd ox
tldneyi. There were holds also stored
with meat, onions, carrots, turnips and
lotatoes, and the hull wss constructed
if a substantial short crust that aloitf
*ook a stone and a half of _��>ur.���korv
'en iJl-.W
The White Pass
and Yukon F oute
for CONRAD, CARCKOSS. ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passenger.., mail,
���xpress md freight connect with
.tages at Carcross and White Horse,
naintaining a through winter service.
Hui   information *��pply to
i   H   SOGERS, Traffic  Monger,
'The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   tbe   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
iquipment tbat "f the Chicago, Mil-
.. aukrt'  A  St    Paul  Railway.     Thty
mi.  diid  operate  their  own  sleeping
.nil   ������   i      .tl mi ill! their trains and
<ivt     e  i     .  irons   an   excellence   of,
��ervi.     i      . btamable elsewhere,    ^j
_���_. ��   ROWt.. Gene-*, /.gent
i.U Third !>U, cor A e'er   Portland. Of.
Vancouver.   B.  C
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills,
7���Carnarvon and T^nth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary'a HospMal.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15��� Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24- . ...nl avenue and Second. ,
25���Fifth av��"ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wghth.
27���Third avenue ami Tenth.
88���AgnM nnd Sixth.
S4---Schaake Machine Worfcs.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
SB���C.P.R.  8ta.lon.*
42���Sm.ill A Rncklln Mills.
ADVERTISE IN THE DA1LT NKWB
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
T*|provincial border and quietly steal it
from you.    Tlie cup Ig in Hafe keeping
now, and will adorn the banquet table
Published by the Daily News Pub-   ,|i;ui.   ��� v,.ar ... W(. ,.,,..,���,,.quorate the
liahiriK   Company,    Limited,   at   their   proweM (lf tl���. Salmon    Bellies    who
ottieea,  corner  of   Sixth   and    Front   w()M   (    ^  1)|0||,.||l   ,t  weBt.
street..., New Westminster, Ii. C. *���-
3I_EE__f!��(
OPERA HOUSE
THE DAILY NEWS
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
DIED.
FRIDAY,  AUGUST  7,   1908.
DO  NOT  FORGET.
Do not forgel that the Conservatives
cannot promise anything except disaster anil  Increased  burden of taxation
cami'I.bli,���At the r.imii residence,
Princess street, on Wednesday,
August 5, Donald J, Campbell, aged
'V.\ years.
The funeral will take place thl3
afternoon to the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
LADNER   MAIL   SERVICE.
Thia   week's   Delta Times   makes  a
I
bitter attack on this city with respect
NOTICE.
Merchants and others are notified
t.h.it the only persons authorized ' l
purchase anything for the British (in
to the steamer Transfer being taken luaftlk electric   Railway   Co, Ltd.,
off the down river run iby the C. P, R.
Cai.    Incidentally   It   states    that.   *i
either for the West min ster or Chilliwack branches, are the local manager,
freight boat will be put on   between  New WestmlnBtw or ,-���.   purchasing
Ladner and Vancouver, thus sidetrack
agent, Vancouver.
Two  Nights, August  11  and  12.
��� Return of  the   Little "Big" Favorites.
Pollard's Lilliputian
Opera Company
TUESDAY, AUGUST  11.
The Operatic Novelty
"The Toy Maker"
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12.
The Musical Success
--FL0R0D0RA"
Perfect scenic  productions in every
detail.
Prices 25c, 50c and 75c.
Seats on sale at Ryall's drug store,
Thursday, August 6.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
Tenders Wanted���Painting
Tenders are Invited up to twelve
o'cloi k noon, Saturday, August, 8th, for
the painting of Thompson's new livery
.stables
s leclftcatlons ami full particulars to
be obtained from Thompson's livery
stablea on Columbia street, or of (he
foreman at the new building.
ing New Westminster as she. deserves, Requl8ltlona ������ ,,���. company's regu-
tor the "indiscretion of Interfering Wo ,ar form8| Blgnerj >)V either of above-
much wlili tlie business interests of ment_oned Parties, must, accompany
thla pari of the rive,-." I,, nn|(,|.s otherwlae ,,���. aco0untB wlll
Now,   what   are   the   tactt:     Letters   n0|   ,,���  recognlzed.
and petitions, live in number, came to [,- o qloVER
the .New Westminster Board of Trade AcUng Qenera] Manager,
asking its assistance, because the mall NVw vVestmlnster, B.C., __ug. 6, 1908.
service al  Ladner and along the river
wiu demoralized on account  of    the "    ~~"""""
<'. P. H. Co, refusing to carry the
mail rn' renew lhe eontracl under any
consideration In thai ii proposed to
withdraw the Transfer from the down
river Bervice. Whenever any complaint
was made about the service, or whenever the haughtiness of the   officers I
was resented, the public was told the I No   connection    with   any
C.   P.   K   was    simply    running thei                       combine.                               No, more   need  of   sending   your
Bteamer to oblige the people and in-                                                                  j orders to "The other side."   You can
tended  in   withdraw   Inr.     Upon the | All time WOrk 60C  pel"  hour, i now get the best rubber stamps, made
earneBl  Bollcitatlon of the people ofj                                                                 '. of good gum  rubber, on    latest    Im-
l-idnei'   and   vicinity   the     Board of   Ca*:cfarf:nn   miaratltoarl ''proved machinery, by expert workmen,
Tn took the matter up with Captain  UdUM dtllUIl  gUdrdlUt.t.U ^
Troupe,  lind   interviews  with  hini. but                                                                                      ... j,-    j,.,          A Tvf A T~_ A
failed to get any promise of continued MAUL   IIN   LAINADA
service.    A  boat to carry passengers,     r\    JUt'l D  * Ca 'V'a'' orders fi"e<** same day as re*
mails, and light  freight  was secured,    K.  m!l6S, I _*1I1C6SS   ut.    ceived.
the Government granted a contract to A.   G.   BAGLEY     &    SONS
help   meet   the     wishes    of  tbe  down tUUIlC   rt.   Oil.
_^___________________^____________ ���      410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
RUBBER STAMPS
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
y ,;;:*   ! 1 For Sale ���:��� To Rent-:-Etc. I
the     Delta     anil   * #
WANTED   Four   waitresses.      \
i.ee's oafe,
river people, tho service is all thai
was asked, and more, and now after
doing what We were asked lu do, we
are accused of "vagaries," ' juggling,"
"Interfering," etc., I
Ladner on behalf ol
down  river district.
The proprietor of t his new  3 irvlce
is ende.iii.linn  to secure    a suitable
stea r to handle heavy  frelghl    an
the river  ml If the C. P. Ft. Co. with-  FOR    SALE       Motor    launch;   ���el:.
draws,  a   good   permanenl   up-to-date     Bound and fast; seats fourteen paa
boai  will be placed on the   run.    the    senget -    Apply to Motor . Box    .1 .
only feat  is thai as .nun as it    is de-      New Westminstei
raonstrated thai a Bultabl. boat, with        ��� , ,	
obliging officers, can he made to pay, j A (!t)iih lapanese girl wants   a posl
he i'. I', i;. will again enter the Held'    tlon  as house n_ald,  washing, .
villi cm   rates which  will  be readily     etc.    S. Hayashi,  Premier hotel
klronizod by a [>ortlon of the people
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamp*'
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Klghth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   37.1
30WELL &.  ODDY.  Proprietors
Westminster
Transfer Co
ii vi Ilim;   rn  ami   from   Ladner.    in
.> meantime it  is nol to the credit
���i  Ladner thai its press should smite
he cniniii'iiii! >   thai   has in   the    past
dug iie";ii\ in make the transportation
for the people of the lower river as rea
HonabJe,   continuous, and comfortabli '
an possible. Such venom is aa uncalled
tor a , ii Is ungrateful and can only be
WANTED    Two or three unfuruish   I
rooms;   mast   ' e    moderate;     tie ir
bridge preferred.   Apply Post Offi
Box 7:::'
FOR  SALE    Flrsl  class'furniture    al
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
si i'i el;   must  Be sold this wee:., as
parties  are  leaving  town.
(.dice 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any  part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
excused as Lelng Interested, in   that  WANTED   Waitress;  apply al    once,
the  new   service   IB  cutting    Into    the       Windsor hotel.
business   of tho C.  P   Ft, company's ��� ���
Bteamer.                                               *'',m SALE   An ai $500 Bell   pia.no
��� .                  |    for  $-tnt;   eusj   terms; apply     116
Second  street.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
POOR SPORTS.
Wben i.ie .New Westminster lac osae
WANTED      Two   waitresses;   apply
Kenny's restaurant. Columbia stieet.
(..im   withdrew   trom the  British  Go- WANTED-   Boy to learn clothing busl-
lombla senior league    In    1904,    the aeBB;   apply Westminster   Clothtng
Vancou vor lacrosse men had to form company
another club to provide opponents to	
lieep up the public Interesl    In    the TO  RENT   Furnished room, suitable
game, for one or  two gentlemen;    Mis'
These   lv.o   clulis   were   liirni   d   al   a!      end,   close  to   town.     Apply   W.   K.,
tltim when the Terminal f'ity did nol Hits office
contain sufficient good player., to form
POUND Sorrell horse came to my
premises 19th in.st.; brand on right.
bind hip, T E. over O. E, Owner
can  have same hy paying expenses.
one .strong team, thai  Ib b team eon
���ldared ablo to meel the Westminster j
seniors with any hope of success.
ll. is .oli'-oviileiit that there was nol
i-iintigh back bone In the stick band-
lQW 0f van iver to journej east ami j    S*>"1 ��" d��^ay expenses,   a. h. Mc-I
bring home  the silverware, but  now     ''���"���i-'v  ^ ���'��� n.m   ..���,,������ ,���,;,���. ti-n,
thnt the \u>y,t\ City boys   have   the
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET  SETS.
HAMMOCKS, ETC., KTC.
AT
I
Moreys
Columbia Street
After   expiration  of   notice   will   bei,-*
Westminster
honor of holding the cup, the Vancou- TQ ,_...,,   Ui.^ ^.^ fmnt befl.
v,,r iporu Are moving   heave,,    and     room_ m,.u. mir|in.  2J,7 Vic.0I.lag,_
-mrih to concoct some scheme to get it j	
Cheap. ! W E S T M INST E II EM PLOYMENT
To them we .say, put up tbe hardest
combination you can scare Into line,
iio all the weeding and hoeing pos-
sl.,l.v plant all the Btrong men you
can find in one patch, arrange and rearrange, scheme and protest, iu fact j Kt|.f,(1. weBt| ,.;������., A oTal). Vancou
do nil  thai your Ingenuity    can    BUg-      ���,,-_ B q
nosl.   Mien   the   Hoyal   City   boys   will,   	
(.rove   to   jrou   thai   you   have   uot   the I ������ _���
material; or the stamina, or the gen-
eralahlp to make the rubber bulge the
net  at  the  West minuter    etui    of    the
oval   nnd   that   you   tnUBl   -still   sit   00
th* fonca and whine, "We wain    the
MtnU) OUPi"
ir to t.tease you the boys   In   n*s
JJ  bin,    were   U.  W   >-    '-��    the  COLUMBIA    and    McNEE.EY   STS.,
(..,g0I1,  some  bunch   ofl       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
agency- Under new management,
SS66 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
ldtiils of help promptly, free of
charge.    Branch off ire, 107 Conlovn
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
trophy   for  ti .*
intermediates   would  come  over    the  Phone  431.
What They All Say
"1 didn't know we could
get such good work, m Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man)  when    we   de
livered     a
stationery.
new     lot     or
PRINTING THAT IS COMFIT
-MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
P.O.Box 885.
A Cut Price Shoe Sale
Of tremendous magnitude is now being conducted
at our Big Shoe Establishment.
Our Present Summer
Stock Must Go
No reserve���Every shoe in
the store is reduced away
down in price. No other
concern in British Colum-
. . . i     i, $3.50 Bonis for    !
bia can give you  better      , $2.75
shoe values than you will get right heir
$6.50 Boots for jR ^ew Westminster at our store.
$5.00.
LOOK AT THESE MARKET]
DAY PRICES
Ladies' Shoes
Ladles ivl te canvas Blu-
.:. . cut Oxford regulai
fi..", add $2.00 ���     $1-25.
i.i i ea' .'��� tn ������ I ai line kid
Blu :h ir 1 tc_     ixford i.
r<    . ed  from |3   ���  to $2.00.
:., lies' .1 00 ��� 11 M-50 tan
in I irot. n : ixfor I ���; our neat
Am" ie in tn ike, [or $2.75 a
pair.
Special - Worn n'-i Ughl
and he ivy a ile an kid <>*-
fords; regular $2.50 tor $1.75.
Th ��� "Cross Shoe." pat tnt
and tan pumps; regular $5.00
values for $3.50.
American patenl leather
Oxfords in button ,md laccj
regular $i 50 t >r $3.50.
Ladles' pink and blue t' '
canvas Oxfor I-  tor $2.25.
Ladles' hou ie Bllppera 75c
n pair,
Children's Shoes      Men's Shoes
Special Line���10) pairs Of
children's $1.00 and $1 25
Bhoi - for 60c.
Children's $1 25 white ean-
. as shoes 75c a pair,
Chlldn n'. >;.] _:, and $1 75
pateni and kid slippers, sizes
8  to   l"1..  tor 95c a  pair.
Culldn ii . kid Oxfords and
slippers, sizes I to 7V6 _ regular $1.25 tor 70c.
.\ii..si..' white canvas $i 50
Oxfords for 95c a pair,
SPECIALS.
Vouths' iiest canvas shoes 75
itovs' iicsi   canvas   shoes
85c.
Youths' besl  canvas shoes
75c.
Boys' sneakers 50c.
A dlscounl on any Bhoe In
the store   This is shoe I :-
Kiiin time with ns.
American   Shoes   for
The  Newark  tan,
1 Ixfoi Is,   our  $5 0 i
$3.50.
The .Ni'* .ii la pati nt
Blucher i Ixfords.  oui
line tor $3.50.
Men's .mil  tin! ii Am
OxtoTds;   regular $5 00 I
I'm   $3.50.
Mi n's tan $5.00 I ixfor Is fo
$2.95.
Men's $4.00 box calf    ''���'���
kid loots now $3.00.
Men's  besl   white    can
Hnis and Oxfords, all Bo* '���
year well    makes;    n
$3.00 goods now $1.95.
All   our   $8.00   and   $'���
Walkover shoes,    in patent,
inns and  gun  metals,    n<"
ss.co ;i pair.
Men's   $1.7."i   enn ivs   ��li
r $1.00.
Now Is the Time to
SHOE UP
Every  Member  of  the
Family.
NONE BETTER THAN
^(smoe)(-c^
Men'.$5.5eshoe�� Come in Today and
Look Around
in  ik\m and   gun
metal for $3.50
WE ARE
Special agents
Ladies'   $4   and   $4.50
Tan  Oxfords   for $2.75
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
__������ _M* w** _____ '
Sign of lie Big Electric Boot
New Westmin^
'* s Friday, august 7. i9os.
1>AJ[.V XKws.
fAQE *'iv__
The Cash Stores | T.   M .   Smith | The Cash Stores
Great Clearance of White Goods
Ten Days Special Selling
Already our new fall goods are arriving dally and we must make room tor ' For that reason we
are making a special effort to reduce our stock and have marked them down away below cost.
W^d/rt w, 'M
v ,r,mt
This line comes In white linen only, tailored coat anil skirt, well made   au 1   perfect   tn   every
 -^^^_________________________________________L^L^L^L^L^L^H
respect,
...$3.75
[onster Values in White
Linen Wash Skirts. $2.75
[Values for
$1.25
of  magnificent "whit
,;
'.en   wa-li
Is           11 ���'���'-���    lesigns,   pleated,  etc       lells  everj
���<i Now  going  for    $1.25
$1.00
Women's White Waists for
50 cents
In white lawn, lace .and emhroidery  trimming, sizes
io  12.   A stun
ning good line at $1.00 each, but now going for the smalt sum of
50c
35c White and Colored Muslins for 15c
Iiii.- is an unusually good Offering In fine organdie muslins and foulards, also plain  and spotted Swiss
fmslins    Regular 25c to 35c per yard.    Now going for, per yard   15c
 I 50c and 75c Muslins for 25c
Our muslins must ro and we. have only ten days to do It in now.   These 50c and 75c lines are on display
Jn our tables.    It is the chance of a lifetime to gel a dress length of tliis.  suitable for street    or evening
* ?*-***__���*-
year,    Now going for, per yard    	
 I All of Our 15c and 20c Muslins for 8 l-2c
Think of this, every yard of 15c and 20c muslin will he sold this week al 8-/4c per yard, or twelve yards
a^^^  $1.00
MONSTER BARGAINS IS THE STAPLES DEPARTMENT
!$1.50 COLORED DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS FOR 75c���Sizes ^x 1 u and sxl2. in red  ami   white  Damask;   exceptional quality, sells at $1.50 Bpecial.   We will sacrifice them this week for    c
$5.00 TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS FOR $2.50���In tine tapestry, all colors;   beautiful    worked    designs
|ft*iini the ancient masters.   Regular $5.00 and $5.50 values.   Now going for *���*-��� ��
1000 YARDS OF 72 INCH   WHITE SHEETING FOR 25c PER YARD    Come and get your quota of this
|.''e:it bargain.    Nice soft  even finished   Knglish sheeting,   72   inch.     Regular   15c.    Now at. per yard  ..25c
WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN THE DRAPERY AND HOUSEFURNISHINGS   DEPARTMENT - It   will
pay you to visit this popular section and compare our prices with what you pay elsewhere.   We venture to
pay Unit we have some of the nicest  fabrics at lower prices than anywhere else on the coast.    26cibrass ex-
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[31.  Qoeblln an  drapery for  20c
10c  white fri lod muslin for *��e
SI.00   tapestr    for, per y.ard   ��� 75c
.1.00 Cathedru Machas for, per yard  75c
"i0c art   Denl ns for, per yard  35c
art  serge for, per yard
50c
$l.no 72 inch f,l: tot', per yard  75c
80c art sateens fot*. per yard   20c
30c crettonnes for. per yard 20c
Cushions   21x24 for   85c
Cushions   22x22 for   65c
Cushions   20x2" for   60c
15c ART MU8LINS FO!. 8:~Ten pieces new art muslins, virions designs, mostly light grounds. Regu-
11 '8c
j '^v ITic per yard.   Now going for	
SASH MUSLINS AT COST PRICE-tlCc quality ror 25c;, 25c quality for 15c; 15c quality for 10c. In
| huge and small coin spot; also in Nottingham lace, point de esprit and many others.
LACE DOOR PANELS AT LESS���Ask to he shown our lace door panels. We have many novel designs that have recently arrived.   Prices from, each      c to �� ���
ARRIVAL   OF   BLANKETS FOR  FALL-.Ye have unpacked  twenty  cases of blankets  in white, gre>.
, .13.75   to $10.00
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T. n. Smith's
The Store That Sells for Less
City News
ut strong on quality.
..
ol the it. C. penitentiary'
$45 towards the Penile
I :ri .
For cut Bowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, tne florist.   Phone 184. ���
Re. .1 S Henderson returned Home
yesterday after spending a short holi-
daj  in Victoria.
Plenty of shoe  bargains to be  procured during the next  few    days    at
Johnston's big shoe store. *��
Richard    Trimbath,   of   Ladysmith,
uni formerly of the T. J. Trapp com-
j ;>any of this city, is spending a week's
hoi:.lay  in  Westminster.
Not made to please the eye, but to
please the palate. Thf "it C." and
"Old Sport" Cigars. ������
Premier  McBride  was  In  the    city
yesterday mi business,    Tie   premier,
I Hon   R i;   Tattlow. Hon. W. .1   Bowser
and   Dr.   Young   wil.   be  her.    |       Lhe
Minto cup celebration  on  Thursda;
Clearing out all our summer
.mil shues :.> make way for the
ial: and winter goods.    lohnston's
! ...,    -nr,.. ����
Th" i-esuii   of   the  two-man
bowling contest in five pins yesterda
ai   tie  Westminster alleys  was:   1st.
V .1. Daily   and W. Burnfttl  246;   _n I
'.' on and  D. Gilchrist  201.
A committee of the Surrey council
Ihas   ii'. ii   appointed,   with   power   tn
act, in regard t<> securing a site, and
��� building  -i  lock-up    This is  a sequ< 1
to tlie Hazelmere murder case.
For sale- Seven roomed house,
' bath room pantries, closet.-, wood
shed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit in--, mi full iot. For further
particular- applj to owner, 192 Eighth
street.
The Dauntless, Mayers & Preston's
i
tug, made her first appearance at their
wharf since she stranded in the Trln-
comalee channel.    Since    overhauling
she look- in excellent condition.
Th.; Trailer arrived from Victoria
yesterday    Her cargo included sixty-
! four barrels nf grease in bond for the
Cunningham Hardware Co twenty-
five ion- of general produce for   this
I city, flve tons for up-river points, ami
consignments to Brackman-Ker and
Glllej   H i-i rs.
For Iii-* class cut flowers poi jilants
or bouquets, telephone Davis -���.- Son.
Qorlsts.   Tel it 208.
Good progress was mail'' yesterday
wiih lhe Fi rnie relief i'liid. which
now amounts to over $2200, Inclusive
of value of goods, but no; counting
the city council subscription, Many
parcels of clothing were received al
Aid. Fa'le>'s office for the sufferers.
Another car will be made up as soon
as possible.
The fuiiera. of Donald .1. Campbell,
of Princess si reet. who died on Wednesday afternoon from consumption,
will take place at the I. O. O. F. cemetery this afternoon. Rev. Dr. T.
Wardlaw Taylor will conduct the services. Dec-eased was 23 years cf age,
a native of .Vova Scotia and had heen
a resident of Westminster for the past
That   no   matter whal   ���
vou need in CARPETS ���
or FURNITURE, you
will find it here.
We offer you satisfaction in prices as well a.-
in quality.
Take a look at our $1*.
Sideboards, regular $20.
We make Awnings.
LEE'S I
Mammoth Furniture Emporium :
LEES BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Opposite   Lorne  Street.      Phone 73.
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About
Spectacles
We can give you better value than
you can get, from others.
Three things Interest you:
First���Eyes Perfectly  Fitted.
Second���Face Perfectly Fitted.
Third���Right Price.
We guarantee to fill all these conditions:
No Sale, No Charge,
No Fit, No Pay.
a   50 Cents Up.
ten years. II,. is survived by two sisters, Mis. Burton, of Vancouver, and
Mrs. Orr. nf thi. i ity, his mother, Mrs
Campbell, a brother, ami an uncle,
Alex. Matheson, of the Liverpool
Arms.
We ate offering the blggesl   in i
ever heard of in New  Westmin-:'
our greal   Bhoe sale    Johnston
-hm. bousi'. **
The city police magistrate was   en-
aged   for a   long  time   , i stei daj     in
hearing    the    charge    of    wounding
ighl  against  ChrisUan Knutsen, a
wegian.    The  prisoner    assaulted
Eric Bickmar, who has been since tlie
occurred on .Inly 22. iu tin, Royal
Columbian hospital   Evidence   given
��� tei la.', showed that Bickmar struck
the  tirst   blow,   and  the   parties   went
lutside 'be Fraser hotel, where ihe*j
��*i  ,   drinking, and fought,    Bickmar
��� mi the ground with his skull fractured. The accused was fined $20,
and ordered to pay the court costs and
the hospital expenses, a total of about
$l..n. Two months is the penalty in
default. .1 IV Kennedy defended the
prisoner,
Vour outing "Til be incomplete without a box of 'it   i!." Cigars. **
For the first time in several weeks
the Westminster baseball boys will
have an opportunity of testing their
strength against a reputa ie visiting
team at Queens park on Saturday afti noon, when a delegation from Bell-
Ingham win don uniforms and make a
bold stab ai the record of t.he locals
The Bay City has a fairlj strong team
in tlie field this year, bul it Is doubtful if the visitors will he aide in . ,,
the Westminsters from pulling on:
ahead nt the argument, .as this city
has a miieli-lieiter-tliaii ihe-a>< i :
amateui team in the field tliis Beason.
Tli local nine has nol yel been Bel '
ed. Inn  the  following are sure tn catch
a place: Saj'ee, p; Prouty, c; Sinclair,
lb; Silver. 2b; Stein. 3b; Bar an",
if. Canfield, Mclntyre, Fitzgerald,
Deans and Campbell stand an equal
chance for the last three places,
A Bale of work ami social was held
last evening at the Salvation \ ��� my
citadel to raise funds for the payment of the travelling expenses of
Adj. and Mi's. Gosling to Nelson, where
they take up thi' charge of the local
corps. .lames Cunningham acted as
auctioneer, and a satisfactory response
was the result. Adj. Cosljng and his
wile have worked lu Westminster for
two years, and leave to their successors a new citadel partly paid for.
and tlie corps in good condition. They
personally   will  leave lots  of  friends.
They make their farewell on Sunday,
and leave on  Wednesday,    The sue-
Cessors will tie Capt. and Mrs. Quaife.
of Vancouver. Capt. Quaife has been
mi the headquarters staff of Major
Moi lis tor some time.
This is taken trom an eastern ex
change; "A report Btates that the
fans in New Westminster carried the
I leni of the lacrosse chr.i around
tor half an hour, As the. Latter was a
reverend gentleman, one is led to believe that the Skj pllol - oui we ���: .i
a little different type to 'he ones here
fhe buffoon of the Hamilton Spectator i.- now feeling much better, thank
>ou. He recently cot thi- off his
chest: "There is great jubilation in
N'ew Westminster since the lacrosse
���earn captured the Minto cup. Funn\
how these smaii towns act when thej
win a championship."
a meeting of the referees' exatqin
lag  board of the  Vancouver Distrlcl
league will be held at the Vancouver
Athletic club tonight at eight o'clock,
when ail those wishing to qualit',. ire
requested to attend. Referee.--' tees
have been placed ai $."i and expenses
in the Pacific Coast league, and $2 and
expenses in the Vancouver District
league
The lai* si issue of The Ranch,
Lionel W. Fowler's agricultural journal published al Seattle, contains i
'wo column wrlteup of v.i'- Fraser
river valley. The rich and varied
agricultural resources are ,, tailed al
considerable length, much useful Information being idven concerning the
Westminster district, in .an appended
footnote, Fowler promises further
articles on the same subject. The
Ranch now carries a fair amount of
Westminster  advertising.
A picked iuterniedia:e lacrosse team
'rom  ,thls  city   leaves     ou     the     t,
o'clock ll. c. l''.. It. car ihi- afternoon
for Victoria, where a match is to be
played tomorrow against the Capita!
City intermediates. The journey across
���he gulf will lie made on the Princess
Victoria, which leaves Vancouver it
il p.m. Several of the players intend
visiting Seattle before returning
home. The local team will be composed of: Coal. Munn. poinl. O.
Peele: cover point, Marshall; first defence. II. Galbralth; second defence,
A. Robertson; third defence. Mannering: centre, W. Warwick; third home.
E. Warwick: serond home, A. Smith;
first home, G. Spring; outside home,
R. Henry; inside home, O. Swunson.
Spare. W. I.und. Manager, Sid Malcolmson    Trainer, Dnn McKlroy.
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Good
Morning
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
F. W. Heath, late of OU.   a. in charge
of the Optical Department.
I am the original Teddy Bear and have been engaged to give a
series of talks on  Insurance in this space and wlll introduce vari
our members of my family during my stay in town.
Today I want to Impress on you that this space Is engaged by the
leading and most progressive insurance office in New Westminster
and if you wish information of any kind regarding insurance consult McLeod's Insurance Offices.
"THE TEDDY BEAR"
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INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
AUGUST ?
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PUCK OF STRIKERS
QUICKLY FILLED
One Hundred Men at Work
in Vancouver C. P. R.
Shops Yesterday Morning. I
Vancouvi :, Aug. 6.���That the offi-
rials along tiie entire length of t!->-
Canadian Pacific railway win.' fore-
w.i ned, and. consequently, forearmed,
in the matter of a strike of tlie shop
employees la Bald by c. P. EL heads to
bi practlcallj proved since one hundred men were secured yesterday
afternoon aad this morning ami have
been set to work in the places of
former emploj*ees. As yet there has
been no demonstration on th" part of
the strikers���the mon keeping strictly
to tinir determination of going nowhere near the shops. In fact at the
close of this morning's meeting of
tii., unionists it was not known hy
tin tu that a wheel was turning in the
works they vacated yesterday morning.
This morning's meeting of thf nun
lasted just as long as yesterday's confer', nco, but nothing of a startling nature transpired so far as known.
Among the men, however, the proposed calling out of the locomotive
engineers was freely discussed and the
same rumor was heard in the C. P. R.
offices, the report in some quarters
being accepted with credence.
The C. P. R. officials are just as
reticent today, refusing to make any
official statement. Unofficially, however, they express the opinion that
the men will not get the expected
s.vmpathy of the public, the reason for
this opinion being that the threatened hitch to the removal of the crop,
so much reliance having been placed
on the grain fields toy the public, will
arouse bitterness against the strikers.
On the contrary, the men do not
think the strike will last long enough
to seriously affect the removal of the
crop, believing their cause to be a
just one, and depending to a certain
extent upon public support.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them examined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
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TRY    AN
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re  Subdivision  A of  the    northwest
quarter of Section 2, Townst.ip 10,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate  of  title number  7460 F,  issued
in thc name of Donald   Fraser,   has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at tbe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper puhlished in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KKI'-IH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry,  Office,  New  Westminster, B. C., June 29, 1908
Autonller
Fountain Pen
FOR     SALE     BY
j J. J. MacKay & Co. j
l Booksellers Stationers News Dealers
Lemon Kali
Fresh from the Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
At Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
See That Dinner Set
In our window for - $20.00
We have others at      -     -      $16.50
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
SOCIETIES.
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODtoE, NO. 27 ���
'   The regular meetings of this lodge
tire held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum
bla street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
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A. O. U. W.���PRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first, and third Tues
day in each month. Visiting
nret.hren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block,  Clarkson  street.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
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COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, t.O.F.
���Meets the Fonrtv> Friday in the
month at . o'clock, in the small
halt, Oddfellows'  block.
COURT ROYAL CC LUMBIA. No. 8S0S
A. O. F.���The regular meetings ot
this Lodge aiae held cm the Second
and Fourth Tuesda>s of each month
at 8 p. in. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORLiER OF EAGLES
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuestlaj
evening at S p. m., iu the Eagles'
Hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;   H. Schofield, Secretary.
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��� NEW   LINCOLN
��� PREMIER
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AUTOMAT
BLOTAFIL  (Self-filling)
CONKLIN   (Self-filling)
MORRIS (Non-leakable).
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W. GIFFORD, Optician!
Optical   Parlors   in   T.   Gilford's !
Jewelry   Store.
Tenders Wanted
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���0N8 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
60CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ol every month tn
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland,
��. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col-
umlda 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.
f.Obfc OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K of P. Hall, rotumbia St.. at
8 p in.. White Rose Degree. Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
Tenders .ire Invited iron contractors up to -j. p ni., the
18th of August, 1908, for the erection
jtinil completion of three isolation buildings for the llnai'd of .Managers of the
Royal Columbian hospital. Tenders
are to he addressed to W. H. Keary,
secretary of hospital board, and envelopes to be superscribed, "Tender
for Isolation Buildings"; also tenders
ate invited front plumbing firms
for certain trapping and venting
of the Bewers or the Royal Columbian hospital up to the above men-
tloned date, and addressed as above
to W. H. Keary. Esq,
Lowest or any tender   noi    necessarily accepted.
Plans ami    Specifications    can     be
seen at  my office   in    th.'   i.uichon i
block.
EDWIN (',. W, BAIT,
Architect.
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PLUMBING
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COSTS MONEY
Too much money is spent on useless adverti
by city merchants every month.    Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
<JheDaily 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.
The
DAILY
NEWS
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We  print  ads.   ranging   in   size
rrom   one    line   to   double   page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
If
YOU  WANT A  HOUSE
YOU WANT A FARM
YOU WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A  SMALL AD.
A  DISPLAY  AD.
A  LARGE AD.
A   LARGER   AD.
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
The other fellow wants whatjyou havelor has what you want
To   get   in   touch    with   him
use space in The Daily News
This   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
rrom   Toronto :
The Rttii.il Merchants' Asiwcm
tion of Chatham *8 & level-beaded
organization. At a recent meeting newspaper advertising; was
disciiBsed, and the general opinion
of the members was that newspaper advertising was the best, and
program and other advertising uf
that class v.ii��� almost useless.
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THE DAILY SEWS
PAGE SEVEN.
enume
ice to Contractors
Reduction Sale
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Our Whole Stock
Must Be Reduced
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Everything going at ridiculously j
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low prices.    Bargains never be-
fore heard of in the city.
Until room has been made for
our fall goods.
White House I
A. J. BIRTCH
Pacific Railway Co.
(���itl_h  Columbia  C oast  Lin*
Service.
I IME TABLE
SKAGWAY   RUUTE.
I May    leaves    Vancouver
|      ;   August 3, 9, 15,
.���OLVER-V'CTORIA  ROUTE.
cess Victoria leaves Vancouver
.xo.pt. Tuesday .at t. p.m.
mer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally,
cess Royal at 9 a.m. daily ex- !
[Wednesday.
.MINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE ! *����at
Trader will leave Victoria for |
[Westminster every Tuesday.
Ives .New Westminster on Wd
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER.
S.  S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves Ni w West-
m_nsti r Monday, Tuesday, Wednesd i ,
Thursday, Friday and  Saturday   at   I
. p.m.   Except Saturday a! 2 p.m. Addl-
��� ion il trip Mon laj 5 a.m.
I.i ave Westham Island Mon laj.
Tur- lay, We Inesday, Th irs laj. S it-
urda> at 7 i m. Friday fi a.m. Addl
tlonal trip Saturda.. laave Ladner al
.i   [i :r.
For   reservations   aud   ;atort_iatio_
call or address
FT.   GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
j t_. J. COYLB.
Gen.  Pans   Agent, Vanoouver
J. W. TROUP.
General Suuertctendent. vietortn.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Teet
Ives Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
feoth of each month for Clayoquot,
|uUo Harbor and way ports; 7th
|ch month for Quatsino and way
20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Bino, Cape Scott and way ports.
-NCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. 8. Joan
laws Vancouvei/1:30  pm. daily,
Bit Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
t*   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
in.
rORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
paves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
Nanalmo 4 p.m.
Javes Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
Victoria 9 p. m. ���
|ERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Victoria 8 p.m. every Wedn< s
from Vancouver   10   a.m. ever.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, marked on the envelope "Tender for Construction," will
be received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, at Ottawa, until twelve
o'clock noon of Thursday, the 20th
day of August, 1908, for the work required for the construction, in accordance with the plans, profiles and
specifications of the Commissioners,
of the following sections of thc Transcontinental Railway, viz.
(D District "C."���From a point designated on the plans of the Com-
tnlssloners near Weymontachene, in
the province of Quebec, 196.38 miles
west ot the north abutment of the
Quebec bridge, (such point being on
the boundary between Districts "C"
and "D"j westerlj for a diet mce of
aboul 101 miles, Date ot completion,
31st December, 1810.
i_i District "C "- From a p ilnt designated on the plans of tho Commissioners, about 107 miles west ol
Weymontachene, In the Province of
Quebei. westerly to the end of
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Com
pany's contract, a distance of aboul
'���I i 97 miles, Date of completion, 31st
Hi "tu er, 1910,
(3) Districts "D" and "E."���from
a polnl designated on the plans of the
Commi .loners, being at the western
end oi Fauquier Bros.' Abltibi con-
tract, in the Province of Ontario, in a
westerlj direction for a distance of
about 104.2! miles. Date of completion.
31st December, 1910.
(4) Distrlcl "E."���Froma point de-1
signated >��i the plans of the Commissioners, aboul sixty miles west of the
easterly boundary of District "E," in
the Province of Ontario, easterly to
the en.I ol Fauquier Bros; contract.
north of Lake Nepigon, distance of
above 100 miles. Date of completion,
31sl Dei ember, 1910.
(5) Districts "E" and "F."���From
a point designated on the plans of the
Commissioners, at the western end of
Fauquier Bros.' contract north of Lake
Nepigon, in the Province of Ontario,
westerly to a point at or near Dos
Lake, a distance of about 120 miles.
S Dtite of completion,    is;   September,
'    aa-10.
(fi)    Dlsti lei '!���'."    From .' point de.
-   slgnated on the plans of the Commls-
W-VI    n_r��a��_rh_r>r> 8loners :" '"' aear Dos uke' iu ,he
���   I ^e.    i-^l Cl|_JSfcSl   ' Province of Ontario, to a point at or
about mile 2.6 west of what Is known
as Peninsula Crossing, > alternative
routes as shown on the [dans, a distance of ,i out 23.76 miles by the
northerly route, and 24.1" miles by the
southerly route, and the select!) n of
the route to be al the option of the
Commissioners. Date of completion.
1st September,  1909.
Plans, profiles and specifications
niiay be seen In the office of the Chief
Engineer of the Commissioners at
Ottawa; also In the offices of the following District Engineers, viz: John
Aylen, Acting District Engineer, North
Bay, Ont.; T. S. Armstrong, .Nepigon,
Onl.: and S. It. Poulin. St.. Boniface,
Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made In duplicate, and on the printed
forniaS supplied by the Commissioners.
A separate tender must be submit-
J
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Eilard Block, New Westminster, B C
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of 1 ted for each section.
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI- '     Tenderers shall not be in any way
of the party whoso tender is accepted
to complete and execute a coir int.
with the said Commissioners, and to
furnish the additional approved security within ten days after the ic-
ceptance of the tender, the. said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance, of the tender shall lie forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General or Canada as part of the security for the due ami faithful performance of the contract, according to
its terms. Cheques deposited by
parties whose tenders are rejected
will be returned within ten days after the signing of the contract.
Attention is called to the following
clauses in the f<*rm of contract.
"All mechanics, laborers, or other
persons who perform labor tor the
purposes of the construction of the
works hereby contracted for, shall be
paid such wages as are generally ac-
cepted as current for competent workmen in the district in which the work
is itelng performed, and if there Is
no current rate in su h district, then
���i fair ami reasonable rate; and, In
the event of a dispute arising as to
what is the current or a fair aud reasonable rale, it shall be determined bj
the Commissioners, whose decision
thall be final."
"This agreemeni is Bubjecl to the
la;ions now in force, or wnich
may at any time hereafter be In force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor,
and which are, or shall be, applies ill
to such works." (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon by
said Department will form part of the
contract i.
'The contractor shall in connection
with the whole of the said work, as
far as practicable, use only material.
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced In
Canada, provided the same can ibe ob- I
Uiine;. as cheaply, and upon as good I
terms. In ('ana la as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and  price."
The contractor shall conform to the |
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in the dif-
ferent provinces wherein the work is
being performed.
The right is reserved to reject any
or 'till tenders.
By order,
P. E, RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa. 18th July, 1908
Newspapers inserting this advertisement    without    authority    from
Commissioners, will not be paid Ei
th.
Mail Service
Double through Transcontinental
Train service with Tourist. Pullman
and Dining Cars. Quickest, and safest
service.
Atlantic  Express leaves at   17:25.
Imperial   Limited   leaves  at  ":1a.
Excursion tickets on sale August
6th, 7th, 22nd and,23rd at greatly reduced rates.   Good for ninety days.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET.
Agent,'New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
BOOKING TO   AND   FROM
iday. Returning arrive at Van t P0INTS IN THE 0Ld COUNTRY
ter Sunday afternoon; at Victoria | CAN BE ARRAN0ED AT THIS OF-
fday morning, via Lady-smith. | F1CE
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses
August 7 and 21.
For other  dates and  particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P R- Agent.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.S. Amur.
.aves Vancouver 2ud and 16th of
|y  month.
UP RIVER."
ver-���
rom   New   Westminster   Monday,!
inesday and Friday,
rom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday.    ^
*r
THE
ADVERTISE      �������
��� IN ���
DAILY      NEWS
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim*" Tables, etc.. adaress
GEO. W. VA'uX.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye��t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
entitled to rely upon the classification
or any other Information given by any
person on behalf of the Commissioners; and before submitting any tender, bidders should make a careful
examination of the plans, profiles,
Assistant Gen'lI Passenger_and Ticket d^, , specifications, and read
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.      ..,".' ,.       . , ���    .
"  ! the forms to be executed, and fully in
form themselves as to the quantity
and quality of materials, and character of workmanship required; and
are understood to accept and agree to
bo bound by, the terms and conditions
in the form of contract, specifications,
etc., annexed to the form of tender.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
as follows;
,*150,000
. 150,000
. 150,000
. 150,000
. 200,000
.  100,000
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD., ���
Embodies the newest and best ideas *or fc *>��� \ JMrUft 0
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE. For Sec. No 2, District "C
and  LUXURY.     It is  lighted  with For Sec. No. 3, Dist. "D & E
both electricity and gas} the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or ��ny
For 8ec. No. 4, District "E"
For Sec. No. 5, Dist. "E & F'
For Sec. No. 6, District "F
Any person whose tender Is accepted shall within ten days after the acceptance thereof furnish such additional approved security 'as may be
required iby the Commissioners;  sign
further information call on or write the contract, specifications, and other
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT.
?ao Second Afenue. Seattle. W��b
documents required to be signed by
the said Commissioners; and, in any
case of refusal or failure on the part
Dispatched by C. v. R. train al 7; 15
a.m.; close 6:3iL
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   ei...,,.  Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched by  B.  C. Electric railwaj
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, dallyexcept Sundays.    Return mail received 10 am.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; dally except Sunday. Return malls received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first mail). Return mall received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port ILammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No.  2;   MUlsld *���     . .   ",
Coquitlam, dally except Sun___*.   ��*���
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver, I
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,    Wednesdays \
and Fridays;  leaves 11  a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 o. m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and "Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.m.:
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, IW Xells,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord. Blaine and Seattle (all points
In Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), dally er
cept Sunday. Return malls receive,]
at a.30 p.m. Bonar���d Wedresdays
and Saturday!.
WIFEY'S  SUCCESS.
���he Knew Just How to Jolly Hv Hubby  Along.
"My deer," said the housewife aa
she tl! 1 ed her husband's cup a second
time from the coffee machine and
pas.^ed lt to him, "you can't possibly
wear that old suit again this spring.*
"Why r asked the man. "Whafa ths
matter with HY'
"You ought to have a new one."
"8huck��r said the man. "Ah H
needs ls a little pressing and It wlll
look wall enough. It's a long waj
from.being worn out."
"Now, tan't that Jost like you! Just
because It Isn't ln rags you think you
have to keep on wearing tt. Jim, (
want you to go to your tailor tomorrow und pick ont a nice piece of good*
and hav* a suit mt. . of lt It really
Is a sham* the way you go about"
"Nobody's mistaken me for a tramp
so far. Strangers seem to be decently
.lrtl to me."
"Oh, you know I don't mean that I
know you Inok well You'd look well
In overalls and ycwi would command
respect, as far as that kops. Nobody
would ever mistake you for a tramp,
���ven If you did dress like one,"
"You won't ever lose anything by
thnt." said the ninn.
"I'm not Joking. I want you to or
dor that suit And don't go to any
cheap tailor, either. Go to a good one.
���ven if you do have to pay a little
more. It's worth lt. And get a gray
I love to see you ln gray. 1 think 11
becomes you more than anything else.
Won't you go tomorrow and see about
It?"
"Why, no. my dear," said tho m_m,
"I think I can Ket along very well with
the suit I've got."
"Yes, you can get along with It*
"Well, then, what make* you wanl
me to get a new one?"
"Y'oti'd look so much better in a new
one. Mr. Benton was wearing a new
suit the other day, I noticed, and I
Just thought when I looked at hlm
what an Improvement It made ln hli
appearance. He was looking simply
awful before. Of course, dress means
more to him tfean lt does to you with
his figure at* poor carriage, and then,
you know, he has to try to Impress pe��
pie.  St_I_"-
"I Uon't believe I need a new ��ult
Myrtle."
"But you do need lt. I want my bust
band to look his best always- his very
best, and clothes really do help. That'l
why I always love to see you In even
lug dress. You look so distinguished
Y'ou look distinguished anyway, deafr
est, but clothes really do help."
The man rubbed his chin. "Of course
they do," he admitted.
"Certainly they do. Now. don't be
obstinate, dear. I know perfectly well
what you are thinking of. You think 1
���ii-eil new spring clothes and a new hat,
and you're willing to sacrifice yourself
Just to make your ugly wife beautiful.
I don't want you to think of me at all.
I want you to get yourself the thins*
you need so badly and not always be
denying yourself on my account."
"Do you need spring clothes? 1
thought"���
"Jim, I tell you I dou't want you ta
think of me. Why, of course I need
clothes. I haven't a thing fit to wear.
Rut never mind that. I'll get along
somehow. I'm going to have tny poor,
abused husband have his clothes this
time.  I'll wait till business improves."
"Well," said the man, "maybe thf
business might stand lt If you don'*!
strike me too hard. I don't know but
I will get a new suit myself. How
much will fix you out?"
"You dear!" exclaimed the lady.
"Well, If you Insist on it, I'll tell you.
But I want you to have your sult**-
CUlcago News.
Couldn't Help Himself.
"Hlgson Is going to marry the widow
Weeds."
"Indeed! I alway* thought be had
an eye on her daughter."
"So he had, but the mother had ta
���ye on him."���Mall and Express.
A Remarkable Latter.
A young lady of v��y extraordinary
capacity lately assessed tbe following
Utter to ber cMHn:
"We Is al) well, and Mother's got t_to
Terrtx, turefter Tom ls got the Hup&a
Kauffc and sister Ann has got a baba*
and f hope these few lines will And yoa
d_e same. Rite sune. Your aphectloa-
ate Koisen."���Judge's Library.
Animal* That Ream.
"Now, Johnnie,* asked bis teacher,
"whan yon go to the country In summer what animals do you sea roving
about?"
���" wm tha prompt raptr*-
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY,   august 7
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ERATORS
Head   of   French    Republic,   Although
Excommunicated.   Will   Attend
Wedding of Daughter.
Paris, Aug. 6.���The marriage of
Mile. Anne Fallieres, daughter of the
esident of the republic, to ,1.-.1. E.
Lanes, the president's secretary, which
Is to take place in the Church of the
Madeline, August 10, lias raised the
(pn stion whether the president can
participate in the ceremony, owing io
the fact that all French officials who
wi ��� concerned In the adoption oi'the
law providing for the separation of
church and state have   been   excom-
WINDSOR SALT ii a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantee* the purity of imported
.alts. Insia on having WINDSOR
SALT. las w
DO
| YOU
.HEAR
Z j mu moated. j
11    According to the church organ, the Y
��� JGaulois, tin.- archbishop of Paris has ���
decided that Inasmuch as the bann pf ���
Beyond   the   shadow
of a doubt,  the
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CALL AND SEE
THEM AT
ANDERSON
& LUSBY'S
252 COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster,  B. C.
excommunication was not published
i'.by Rome in the churches and not
given great prominence in the religN
nils world, the presence Of President
Fallieres would be "tolerated.'' The
president will not be allowed to participate in the prescribed prayers and]
sacred rite^, but h�� may pray in- j
ilividuallv. The Gaulois Bays further
that the privacy of tne. function, because of the mourning of M. Lanes,
will be accepted .as a pretext by the
members of the cabinet and other
officials for not attending the church
ceremony.
We Have
ALL KINOS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beet quality,
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westmmater.
A-pricot  and
Peach
season, will soon be over.
Place your orders at ���
once and get the choicest fruit.
FIGHTING EMBARGO.
Large Number of English M.P.'s Work
for Canadian Cattle Industry.
London, Aug. 6.���Three hundred
M.P.'s and several ministers are
pledged to the removal of the embargo. It is pointed out that 2,000,000
Canadian cattle, were imported in
twelve years, with no cases of disease
reported. The Canadian Cattle association is determined to make another
appeal. The government commission
| Appointed does not include the question of the embargo.
IC.A.WHSH
THE PEOPLES GROCER
n__-__.__-__-___-___-__W_l iiii<R>iiij<i # ___!
QUARANTINE  IS TO  BE
MORE STRICTLY  ENFORCED
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Water*,
Family trade a apecialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight ertreet
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
I TRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J. IRAVEIVJ VALUATOR . . .
All   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale  every  Friday morning
cn the  Market square.
��r       ADVERTISE      "����
��� .X ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR  QUICK  RETURN8.
Vancouver, .\ug. ti.���Dr. Montizam-
bert, director of the Dominion quaran- j
tine service, will reach here next week '
from Ottawa ou an official tour of in-1
.spedimi. It is not unlikely that quar-I
antine regulations at Victoria and i
Vancouver will be more strictly en-1
forced.
The provincial government has also
.asked the Dominion government to
maintain a mure rigid inspection at
points on the frontier where American
! railways enter British Columbia.   This
matter will be de-alt  with during the
1 visit, of  Dr.   Monti/.amliert    who    will
: also go to Seattle, to ascertain whether
i
the bubonic plague has been stamped
| ont.
OIL AT SASKATCHEWAN.
Saskatoon. Sask., Aug. 6.���There is
considerable excitement here over u
discovery of whal may prove a valuable find. Workmen excavating for
the new Drlnkle block at the corner
of Second avenue and Twenty-first
istreet, noticed the ground getting very
soft and exuding a peculiar gas smell.
Further investigation showed distinct
traces of crude petroleum. The spot
was left alone a couple Ol hours and
oil became very noticeable, floating
on tbe surface This Is the flrsl time
the existence of anything In the way
of oil or gas has been thought of mar
SaSkatoon and ll will mean much if
nil  is fpund to exist.
for Sale-Public taction
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7*h
Heavy Team of Horses
and Hariess
Bay and Gray���Ages 7 and
8���Sound and true in every
particular.   Also
Studebaker Wagon
In use about eight months.
Any one in want of a reliable outfit of this kind
should note this chance.
T. J. Trapp, Auctioneer
WESTM1NSTER-STEVEST0N
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackmaaa & Iter's wharf
Xew Westminster, at 3 p.m. daily
except Saturdays, for Sunbury.
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
intermediate points, carrying passengers   and light   freight.
Returning leaves Steveston at 6
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
except  Saturdays.
Saturdays leave Steveston at 6
a.m. and -1 p.m. for up river points
Saturdays leave .Xew Westminster
at   2   p.m.
Tickets,  rates,  etc.,  at >
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.,
260 Columbia street, or on board,
.1.   C.   BRUCE.
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I..TO RENT..1
SEVENTH STREET���Close In, six rooms;  good situation,   and large
.���.  $15.00
i lot     .���	
:#    SECOND STREET���Near park, eight rooms;  fairly 'modem; large lot
,    "    .  $20.00
��� and stable 	
* AGNES STREET���Near Sixth street, suitable for boarder*, or roomers,
twelve rooms; modern  $27.00
SIXTH STREET���Six rooms; city water;   ten    lots;    large    orchard.
chicken house and stable *20*00
FRONT STREET���Two Stores, each $20.00
j RlHART & CO., LTD. |
��� REAL   E8TATE, ���
J     MORTGAGE     LOANS,                                                       INSURANCE.       *
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Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS. HAMMOND, HANEY, BUSKIN. Ot Ier offices on the line to Mission City will be
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POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE AT
Collister's Annual
Summer
CLEARANCE SALE
The sale which oilers you lower prices than
any we have ever conducted.   This sale lasts
during the month of August,  and in that
.    time we will clear out all our summer goods,
Note These Prices���Everything Reduced
Bargains in ladies' cotton
knit underwear
REGULAR 35c VESTS NOW 25c.
Fine ribbed lace trimmed undervests. This lot is made up of
various styles in odd lines. All one
price; each  25c
Ladies' fine balbriggan
undervests
Fancy lisle vests
REGULAR 50c TO 75c, NOW 35c.
Three dozen only, ladies' lisle
undervests with short sleeves or
without sleeves, lace trimmed,
Swiss ribbed, white or pin!.. Sale
price, each   35c
Embroidered linen shirt
waists
SALE PRICE, EACH $1.95.
Three dozen only on sale at this
price we have sold dozens of these
waists at the regular price, and
they are the best value we have
sold for years, as we were fortunate in being able to buy them !
in the small lot which a dealer had j
on hand at a price SO per cent.
less than regular. On sale now at
less than regular cost; e<tch ..$1.95
Some lew prices on
sheeting        ;
Rest English white sheeting at
prices which makes it exceedingly
profitable to buy now.
Three pit c<'s S-4 white twilled or
plain sheeting. Regular price 40c.
Sale price, per yard  28c
Four pieces 10-1 twilled sheeting,
Regular price 50c Sale price, per
yard ��� |^^H__________________B- -   40c
REGULAR   95c   EACH,   NOW   65c.
Twenty-five only extra fine close
ribbed, barge Blzea and with short
sleeves  buttoned front; satin faced.   Ally fine and nice,  nicely trtmug
Sale pric*-. each   65c| around     collar;     Bhorl    and   ��
sleeves;  sizes 32 to 40 inches, Ch
Ladies' white cotton
combinations
ON  SALE, EACH 50c.
Regular    prices    an    $ 1.10
$1 26, and the qualit;.    - excesi
Ladies' drawers
SALE   PRICE  PER  PAIR 65c.
Matching the balbriggan undervests on sab- at the same price;
per pair   -"e
sale, each
Ladies' regular $1.25 i
shirt waists       !
SALE  PRICE,  EACH 95c.
Sixty-five only left in this special
lot. Bach waist is nicely trimmed
with Insertion or em roldery and
each Is full in size and well made,
as nre all blouses sol I by US,
Regular prices $1.15 and**-$1.25. On
each fl^^^^^Hf 95c
Muslin curtains half price
Muslin   curtains   3M
aids   long.
frilled on edges and bottom, top
hemmed ready for | ole. Regular
price per pair $5.00. Sale price, per
pair    $2.50
A great clearance oi
girls' sailor suits
$1.75 EACH
We  show some  i w i , re st ���
these serviceable Bultn    i:  * .
Is  made of mate; |al  that   ��� ta
lately  fast   color   and   of th.
wearing quality;    triron i I
with narrow braids and whlti
litrs;   sizes arc for girl- I
It   years.     Reeula:   price,   i.'.'t
}_' 75,    Sale price, each :
We offer exceptional
snaps in white blankets
These are last  sea i
siightly   soiled,   proh i  I ������
damaged   sufficient ly   to  i aUSl
���<i  hesitate availing
this money saving opport -
sizes.     Every   pair   ma:' ��� '
tignres.     See  these   if    yon   '"'
blankets.
All Remnants Reduced
Specially for the Big Sale
It seem ��� as If we nevei had so many remnants.
They ha been accumulating tapldl. too fast���so
we have docided to place nn more on the table
until what We have are suld. The prices are still
imi Inr reduced to speedily clear them out.    They
consist of
Embroideries,
Laces, Ribbons, Silks, Pillow Cottons, Sheetings,
Flannelettes, Muslins,
Ginghams,   Prints,   Cretonnes, Sateens, Etc.
Reductions vai ���   from 20c  to 50c of the
i rlci.   Sale prli ���  mat ;.<-d In red.
\'i
500 yards cotton muslins  10c laces on sale, per See our show windows for
and delaines      j yard 5c marvelous hat values
ON   SALE  7< _c  PER  YARD. Thin.,   pieces    of    TotciOn    and
Light   colored  mttsllns and cotton ' Valenciennes laces in  widths vary.
delaines,  'iti  inches   wid
good    washing    colors,      Regular
values Hi'/_<*' and  15c.    Sale price,
per yard   7'/zc
Four Hundred Yards  Muslins, etc.,
on Sale 11c Per Yard.
Regular    values    15c    to    25c;
lengths vary from six    to    fifteen
yards.   AH one price per yard 11c
aMd     in | ing from two to four Inches. Regu-
values  were 8c to  l.'.c.    Stile price,
per yard    5c
One Lot Embroideries on Sale at
10c Per Yard.
Various odd and short ends Of
insertions and edgings. Regular
prices 12V_c to 20c. All on,? price,
per yard    10c
Ail  trimmed hats at
adies'    $i 25    Bailors
45C
each   	
Hundreds of   untrimmed sliape!i
on sale, each
i	
.100
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J    G.  GAMON'S  CIGAR   DIVAN,  and
F. MACKENZIE'S CRUQ STORE,       .^ry^^raSSE.
We Close at 5:30
l*Ve Close at 5J0}
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