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 hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
:W WESTMINSTER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
/OLUME 3, NUMBER 173.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   FRIDAY   MORNING   JULY   24,  1908.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
tINCt RUPERT SALE
MAYBE POSTPONED
*������>���. t>-	
)vernment and Railway
Company Get Tangled Over
Waterfront Lots Deal.
;_ncouver, July 23.���Matters at
tince Rupert are practically at a
BD. still. Owing to a deadlock bet-
ben the railway conipany and the
���ovincial authorities, it is doubtful
(any sale of lots will take place this
lar.
���The <���',. T. P. asks for 17,000 feet of
L waterfront. They want this in a
intinuous line. It is about all there
I,if the waterfront.
jTbe Provincial government fails to
it that way. They point out that
|fc government is entitled to every
fti.th lot in the townsite and demand
Tal this rule apply to the waterfront
well as the remainder of the town-
,e.
[when  the trouble  first  loomed  up,
fev> ral  government officials  went up
Prince  Rupert to    look  over the
mnd and attempt a settlement,   in
lis latter   tbey   failed.     The   railway
fecials were stubborn.
JThen a board of arbitration was se-
Icte.i to assist in the threshing out of
|t  vexed question.    This board con-
Tted Of J. F. Ritchie, of the Provin-
il land office, who acted for the gov.
tment; J, ll. Bacon, on behalf of the
lroad, and K. James, of the Can-
Han    Northern,    independent.     Tbe
lard   went   over   the   entire   matter
Id failed to agree.    Many of the BB-
fitial   features  of  the   situation   ap
Jd to them in such a  way  that
could nol render a decision that
Hid bring tbe  matter to a conclu-
T J    ���
a        '
fill  govfernment is firm.   The rail-
m companj   Is   Rrm, and    there  it
���Ids,
'list now it louks very mud) as if
v   will   '.   n    lots  placed on  tbe
���et this year.   That all the many
fcusands who have been waiting for
opening of the  northern  port  to
general public will have to wait
��� time Is e. rtaln, thai tbey may
to wait a long time Is |iossible.
Arrangements for the placing of the
ernment   lots   have been   dropped
the present, and it  is more than
Bieiy thai  tbey will only  be resumed
the end of a long and bitter fight
: the possession of the waterfront.
WEST FIRE BURNS IIP
TWENTY MILES OE TIMBER
Santa Rosa, Cal., July 23.���A great
lorest flre is raging today in the district between Dry Creek and Uklah.
Hundreds of men are fighting the
jHauics; but there appears to be lit-
chance of stopping the flames,
Ivhtch are like a wall of lire twenty
pdles wide.
k is stated that damage to the < x-
���tent  of a  million dollars    has been
|done  tu the   standing  timber.     There
a   high   wind   blowing    aud   many
aches are In the path of the Uamea
Ambulance   Badly   Needed.
The ea.-.e ui Eric Bickmar, a Swede
who  was dangerously  hurt  on  Wednesday night, again brings to tbe tore
the need of an ambulance for use in
'��� <ity h\ the authorities. His condition was such ihai the doctor called
In slated it was Imperative that the
man should not have to sit up as iu
��� hack, and an express wagon Is sure-
I) not the best means to take an injured man to a hospital. The need
ol such an ambulance was urged iu
the council some time ago, aud shelv-
' d, Two months ago a sick lady arriving at the C. P. IL depot needed
thia accommodation of an advanced
city, but there was none forthcoming.
WOOD IS USED TOO FREELY IBILLY TURNBULL IS
IN INTERMEDIATE MATCH j    r^j by mm
West   Enders  Win   from   Reginas   by \
six Goals to two in slugging     Sprained Ankle Keeps Billy
Out of Lineup���Manager
Welsh Looks for Victory.
SERIOUSLY INJURED BY
BROKEN STEAM SHOVEL
The intermediate lacrosse match be_
tween the West Enders and Reginas
at Queen's   park    yesterday  evening
Henry Mark Is Hurt in Peculiar Accident at Pitt
Meadows Yesterday.
While superintending the operation
The following despatch from C. A.
was not as fast as some of the inter-'WelBn-  manager of Um  Westminster j of a steam shovel at    Pitt Meadows
mediate  games  have  been    recently.i Crosse team on its Eastern tour in  yesterday afternoon,  Henry  Mark, of
the firm of Mark & Bauthler, Victoria, was seriously injured, part of the
There  was too much slashing in the' <me�� of the Minto Cup, was received
game, and the cut that Robertson
gave W. Warwick in the second quarter aroused considerable feeling in
the crowd, especially as he w*as not
sent to the fence. The attendance
was  fair,  and  in the  first  tha  green
by the News yesterday evening:
Caledonia Springs,  Ont., July  23.��� j machinery   breaking   when    the     big
The boys are all well and feeling in
fine fettle for next Tuesday's deciding game for the Minto Cup.    Judg-
scoop was about fifteen feet above
ground. Tlie falling shovel struck
Mr. .Mark across the back and legs,
inflicting   painful   and   possibly   dan-
SWALLOWS STRYCHNINE
ANO DIES IN AWFUL AGONY
Young Frenchwoman, Mother of Three
Children, Poisons Herself at Clinton���Family   Troubles.
MYSTERY SURROUNDS
LOSS OF POWER BOAT
sweaters scored thrice.   Galbraith and I lnS   !"'"'   the   performance    of     the gerous injuries.    Several ugly bruises
Lund were busy for the West Enders,
and Mannering and Archibankl were
prominent in the Regina ranks.
Owing to the late start, only short
quarters were played. One attempt
of the Kegina's inside home was so
close that the ball hit the uprights
and went back into the field of play,
and the second quarter closed with
the   West,  Enders  leading  by  five to
Westminsters   on   Tuesday,  and  the   about the body were discovered on a
speed   which   tbey   displayed   on  the I RUPe,'ncia-  examination, and  there  is
���,   _., , ,   . a possibility  that  the  victim's   back
wet  Shamrock  grounds,    I   have   no       .,
lor hip may have been broken.
hesitation  In  saying that  we should,    The   ^   _hove] ,_.    que_ti()n  ,1
win next week.   The boys all concur owned by Champion & White, of Van- '
in this view. j couver, and has been in use at  Pitt
The Shamrocks are putting up tWlMeadows for some weeks past.
tight of their lives, as they realize] Th<^ necessity of bringing the in-j
that it is ujj to them to exert them- J,lred iaan to this city was at once i
one. in the third each side fcored j selves to the utmost if they are to' aPl*arent to his workmates, as there'
once, and there was nothing doing injksep the championship trophy In the was no medical attendance to be ob-1
the fourth. East.    The  Montreal  papers are  urg-  tained in the district.   A gasoline boa*
Even playing tbe pace set last eve- Hng the Shams to beat us In the next]was Procured, but after travelling onl;
ning tho teams are quite equal tu put game. It is clearly a case of West-! a ^ew nliles the engine broke down
out a team able to hold dowu any | minster against the whole East. No- i "^ne remainder of the journey, about
twelve Victoria seniors migbi pui Into body here wants to see the cup cross .eighteen miles, was covered by row
the field,    lt is unfortunate this game j the Rockies, but we do not care for',"031- s* xv  Conner, engineer in charge
will not mature,
Penalties.
First   quarter���Bartlett
Robt rtson (3 min.).
[their wishes. t0^ the steam shovel, rowing the whole
William   Turnbull's   sprained  ankle' distance, reaching here shortly before
(3   mini;   putg him out of the running for the nine "'dock.   The injured man Is be-
! next match, as he will not be in shape.  inS cared for at St. Mary's hospital.
Third quarter���McArthur  (8 min.). Dougbey Spring will play In his stead.
Goals.
We look for a hard game and a. vie-
First quarter���West  End, Swanson, tory for Westminster.
3 min.;   G.   Spring,   1   min.;   Swanson.  ,	
10 min.
Second   quartor    West    End.   Swan    STRIKE  IS  ASSUMING
son.   2   nun.;   Reginas,   C.   Smith,   3V4
min    Wes, End   Swanson, * min SERIOUS PROPORTIONS
_. *���-	
OSTRICHES IN TRAINING
FOR THEATRICAL WORK
Dissatisfied with life because of
family troubles, and determined to end
her existance in a spectacular manner,
Mrs. Ernest Pigeon, of Meadow Lake,
Clinton, B. C, a young French woman
21 years of age, on Sunday swallowed
a large quantity of strychnine in the
presence of her three little children,
dying in violent agonies two hours
later.
At the time of the tragedy, Mr.
Pigeon was away from home, having
been for some days at Red Dog, about
14 miles distant. He was summoned
after the tragedy and hurried home
with all speed, arriving early Monday
morning.
Ap. Inquest was held on Tuesday,
Coroner Dr. Sansone presiding over
the jury empannelled to hear the evidence of witnesses who were present
when the unfortunate woman was in
her death throes. It was clearly proved
that everything humanely possible
had been done to save the woman's
life, emetics having been administered in large quantities, but all to no
effect, the heavy dose of poison swallowed having a fatal effect within a
short time after the effects were first
noted.
Three children, left behind by the
suicide are all of tender age, the oldest having seen but four summers,
while the youngest girl is only five
months old.
The body was interred at Clinton
on Wednesday afternoon.
Lulu Island Bridge Found
Opened Secretly - Gasoli ne
Boat Disappears Later.
Third   quarter���West   End,   Spring, ]
min.:  Reginas. Archibald, l  min.
Fourth quarter��� No score. -   ' Longshoremen of Seattle Have Pickets
on   Active   Duty   on   the   Docks���
rhe Warns;
Reginas.
II. Gifford
O. Peele
H. McArthur
it. MeCormaek
H. Fletcher
(1   Mannering
J, Fitzgerald
Coal
Point
Coverp't
1st    Def.
2nd  Def.
3rd Def.
Centre
A. Robertson   3rd Home
A. Smith       2nd Home
1).   Morrison      1st   Rome
C.   Smith Inside
11   Archibald      Outside
Referee. Bert Henry.
Westenders.
D. E. Munn
D. Marshall
Galbralth
11. San.ster
H. Sibley
W.  Warwick
IV Bartlett
E. Warwick
R Sangster
W.  Lund
Q, Spring
O. Swanson
Interference with   Passengers.
Chorus Girls Promised Novel   Experi
ence  Astride  Big   Birds  in   Latest
New York Sensation.
1-os Angeles, July 23.���The efforts
of theatrical managers to provide New-
York playgoers with novel features is
responsible for a unique business deal
BOOY OF DROWNED MAN
10 BE IDENTIFIED TODAY
Everything  Points  to   Remains  Being
Those of John  Walsh���Inquest
To Be Held This Morning.
Seattle. July 23.���_ne longsirore'
men's strike yesterdaj assumed ag.
gressive proportions, both the men
and the employers showing organization in their work. Owing to the pick-J P���11 ostriches for a period of twen-
e. patrols of the strikers, large num- ' l>' weeks* Duri"S lnal "me the big
bers of strike breakers were induced  Wrt�� will be featured In a New York
production, and   if  the  plans of  the
-Angeles ostrich farm leases to a New
York     theatrical     company   six   full-
promoters go not astray a soubrette
will appear as the rider of each ostrich. The six birds selected entered
upon their course of training today.
VINEYARDISTS  ORGANIZE
TO   FIGHT   PROHIBITION
San Francisco. July 23.���To protect
Although positive Identification has
not yet been proved, everything point-
to the body found floating In the North
Arm ou Tuesday afternoon being that
of John Walsh, who was drowned off | Including
Lulu Island bridge on July 13, the
general description, as well as the
clothing, tallying in almost every particular. According iu police Information, the clothing includes a black
shirt with white stripes, and black
overalls. A silver watch with cord
chain is among the effects found on
the body.
T'ne remains have been taken to
Center & lianna's undertaking parlors at Vancouver, whence tbe fum_r.nl
will be held after an inquest bas been
held. This is called for this morning,
when relatives of the late Mr. Walsh
will be present to prove identification.
to relinquish their intention of working on the docks, but only once was
there any disturbance.
At pier 2. after the arrival of tbe
steamship Buckman tr��*S San Francisco, a couple of demonstrative pickets Interferred with passengers for
some of U*e Sound steamers who were
thought  to  be strikebreakers.    There
was  a  slight   scuffle,   but  the police
.    .      ,,      ,,  .     .������,.  *���������,  f��,~ their  industry   from   attacks  and   leg-
shoved  the disputants  back  from tbe
,    fi��� ���.,_,���.   .,,,. ,i._a ~toi    is.ai.lon by the prohibition movement,
entrance to the wharf and tne arsr"-
.   . .and to further develop the market for
ment   .-tided.
  wine  and   increase   the   consumption
of that   beverage,   about   160  grape-
Lodge   Holds  Lawn Party. growers  of  the   various    counties  of
A large number of the members of California met today in this city and
I'l'iila-sh Rebekah lodge No, 5 and their organized the Grape Growers* associa-
friemts   yastercjafy   evening attended  tion 0f California. A motion was pass-
five Jawn party given ;,i the residence ^g To asseSs every grape grower on a
of Mr. aud Mis. C. S. Keith, flic guest-  ;.asis of ._,- renls ,���.,. aere ol- njs vrne-
ibout  a dozen members of yaTa     lt was also suggested that-aa
NIGHT FIRE THREATENED
TOWN OF PORT SIMPSON
Steady  Work of  Hurriedly  Organized
Bucket Brigade Saved  PU.ee 'rom
Utter   Destruction.
the    Vancouver
wi re   introduced
Cosens.     An   interesting
Encampment    who (involuntary  alliance  be formed    be-
M..   and   Mrs, t^een    growers    and    wine    maker-;
program  of  wneivi,y   vineyardlsts  who have  not
Victoria, July 23.���News of a tire at
Ron Simpson which, while it did not
result in serious loss to the port,
threatened at one time to destroy the
new hotel and a considerable number
of dwellings, in addition to a number
of shacks that we^e consumed, was
brought to port by the steamship Venture, which arrived this morning.
Tbe lire broke out at midnight on
the 14th in a shack near the hotel. By
tbe time the town was aroused several
other shacks and the marble cutting
workshop, owned by George Rudge,
bad taken fire from the flying sparks.
The fact that it was high water at
the time alone saved the majority of
the buildings in the town, Including
the new hotel, which took tire in several places, but was saved without serious injury by the proprietor and a
bucket brigade.
A mysterious case is occupying the
attention of the city police. The Lulu Island bridge was found open in a
unexplained way on Wednesday evening, and since then a gasoline launch
has been discovered missing.
About 11 p, ni., a man started to
walk across tbe bridge from the island side, and when he reached the
draw span, to bis surprise, it was
partly open, at least to the width of
the floor. Thinking that some accident had perchance befallen the
bridge tender, W. Furness, he went
back to the caretaker's house, and
aroused the occupants, only to find
that the bridge had been left closed.
A man thoroughly familiar with the
circumstances can use a. wrench with
which to operate the bridge.
The sequel to this incident transpired last evening. Some time since
a man going to the north left in the
custody of Mr. Furness a gasoline
power boat, and this was moored at a
point where only the high tide could
reach it. The engines had been taken
off tbe launch and placed in a cabin
adjoining. This was broken into and
the engines removed. The boat is
gone, and there is no trace of the
party responsible.
The police have a theory that the
bridge may have been purposely opened to dela^ and even endanger anyone attempting a rescue from the city
side. High tide in the river was at
1:30  a.   m.  Thursday   morning.
Owing to the interval between the
two incidents, which now appear to
have some connection, the difficulty
of tracing the culprit is increased.
There Is nothing in the cabin to offer a clue.
BAND PLAYED AT ALBERT
CRESCENT TO BIG CROWD
Second Concert of Season Was Greatly Appreciated���More Instruments
and   Change   in   Orchestra.
vocal ami Instrumental elections was ,m|(, tno assessment wlll be pTOveBtefl
Plea Made for Anarchist Trooper.
San Francisco, July 2U.��� General
Funston hus forwarded to the war department a plea for mercy in behalf
"' Sergt. Buwalda, of the Coast Artillery, who was sentenced to three
���cars' hard labor for espousing the
eauso of Emma Goldman, the nnar-
''i'kI. The soldier stated that he was
carried away by the woman's talk and
thai he was the only support of his
aged   part nts
GOLD BRICK VENDORS ARE
HEAVILY FINED BY COURT
Chicago, July 83.���The federal grand
jury here today Indicted twenty-nine
alleged "get-rich-quick" concerns for
alleged fraudulent use of tb" United
States malls, it is claimed that the
concerns attempted to defraud clients
out   of $.,000,000.
The grand jury also indicted twenty-eight   persons     on   the   charge   of
.having sold  white  people Into slav-
| ery.
n ndered  during  the  evening, contributions being  beard   from  .1.   P.  Bilo-
t'Tom   selling their   grapes,  and   wine
makers who do not aid the movement
deau, song; Frank Major, piano; Miss wifi be unable to buy ot the gTOWOTB.
0. Spring, song; and Miss Helen Ren- ���, _
mtt. song.    Arthur Smiths orchestra; To Improve  Harbor.
was in attendance throughout the San Francisco, July 23.���Plans to
evening. All arrangement in connec- ] contemplate the expenditure of over
tion with the social were in the hands | $10,000,000 In the development of San
of aa efficient committee of Rebekahs j Francisco harbor by the extension eS
composed of Mesdames C. S. Keith,
1, M. Crawford, J. E. Insley, A. Matheson. A. Mc.Kerchar, George Cunningham. W. Baker and A. Averttl.
the sea waH and the building of new
docks will be presented to the governor, the mayor and the board of
hartior commissioners soon.
New Wheat Is Found to
Yield 280 Bushels to Acre
Dayton, July 23.���The discovery of,
a now variety of wheat on the Hog-
eye ranch of W. W. Ward, seven miles
south of here, which, it is claimed, if
cultivated, will yield 280 bushels per
aero, has aroused intense interest
among farmers of this section, and local plantologlsts are working on its
classification.    An Interesting feature
of the species is the head, which really consists of seven distinct heads,
united at a common bas<2.
Local growers believe thai if the
cereal is found adapted to cultivation,
wheat can be made to yield seven
times as much as ordinary wheat.
Hon. John Brining has also found
some of the wheat growing on his
ram '
Death of D. A. Cameron.
Duncan .\lexander Cameron, a miner of Greenwood, and formerly a resident -of this city, died on Tuesday as
the result of an accident in a mine
in which he was working towards the
latter part of tfcx? previous week, Mr.
Cameron sustaining a broken leg and
internal injuries. The body was
brought here yesterday afternoon by
Hugh Cameron, a brother of deceased, and will be interred in the Oddfellows' cemetery today, Rev. .1. S.
Henderson officiating, .Deceased was
about 53 years of age, and unmarried
His relatives include a brother, Hugh.
of tics city, a brother In Victoria, and
a nephew, of tkis city. He wa* a native of Cape Breton, N. S., but had
been in the West for many years.
The :tuneral arrangements are being
carried out by W. E. Fales, of Ak__ps
street.
There was a very large attendance
at the  band concert at Albert Crescent last evening, and the conductor.
J. W. Rushton, had been able to ge.
together a much better aggregation o
players than on the  previous Jhurs
day.       There   were eighteen   instru
ments, and the program was of a mciv
interesting character, but it must bt
remembered   in   explanation that on.
the   previous  occasion   the conductor
had to hold the baton and play cornet  throughout the concert as well.
W. Morris was again the vocaUst.
He sang "Love Me and the World is
Mine" very creditably, and G. Malone
played a trombone solo, "When the
.Moon Plays Peek-a-Boo." The orchestral pieces included two fine
marches, "Father of Victory," and
"Western Girl." Another piece of
march music rendered was a grand
march of'Michel Costa. Other features were; Waltz. "Sweet Remembrance," and intermezzo, "La Rose"
(Langley); overture, "Lutspiel" (Ke-
la Bela); and characteristic. "Silver-
Heels."
Owing to the  Citizens'  picnic  next
Thursday, the concert will take place-
some other evening, probably Wejuesv-
day or Friday.
LITTLE REPOBLICS BECIBE
TIME TO FIGHT HAS ARRIVED
Panama, July 2;'..���War between
Nicaragua aud Honduras on one side,
and Guatemala and Salvador on the
other, has lieen declared or will be at
almost any hour, according to a cablegram received here by a well known
consul, who lived for many years In
Central America. He says the cablegram comes from such a source that
he cannot doubt that, war has been
declared  by  this  time.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL WILL
CEASE  SELLING LIQUOR
Chicago, July 23.���General Passenger Agent Samuel G. Hatch announced today that the Illinois Central railway has decided not to allow the sale
of liquor on any of Its diners or buffet cars south of the Ohio river.
"Texas has had a similar law to
that of Louisiana In force for some
time," said Mr. Hatch, "and its effect has been beneficial to all concerned. 1  understand."
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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77ifs Zs My 53r</ Birthday
NORMAN  E. MACK.
Norman Edward Mack, the well known newspaper publisher of
Buffalo, who served as chairman of the important committee on
rules at the recent Democratic convention in Denver, was born July
24, 1855, In West Williams, Ontario. His education was received in
the schools near his home. When a young man he went to Buffalo
to make his home and in 1879 he started the Sunday Times in that
city, having previously served an apprenticeship on several papers.
He was successful from the start and before many years he had accumulated a substantial fortune. He allied nimself with the Democratic party and in 1900 was chosen the New York member of the
Democratic National Committee. He has been a delegate to the
Democratic national conventions of 1892, 1896, 1900, 1904, and 1908,
and few Democrats have had more Influence in moulding the national tendencies of his party. He supported the candidacy of Gro-
ver Cleveland In 1884, 1888 ana 1892, and Is a warm friend and supporter of William  J.  Bryan.,
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For Sale ���:��� To Rent ���:��� Etc.
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WW.NTED���.Nurse girl to take care
of four children. Apply Guichon
Hotel.
SITUATION WANTED ��� Steno-
grapher; capable, experienced lumber shipping and commission; Al
references; $60.00. Houston, 991
Pender street, Vancouver.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
Thu Date in History
.Any good tailor can give you
a better suit for $40 than you
can get in Progress Brand
 8 Clothing for $20.
But���
Compare the tailor's $20 suit with a
Progress Brand $20 Suit.
Then you'll see for yourself that Progress
Brand, at its price, is incomparably the
greatest value in Canada. 3
LProgress Brand Clothing-1
-Sold and Guaranteed br
H. L. DEBECK
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without board. Apply Guichon hotel. I
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT |
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
JULY  24.
1603���Coronation of James I. of England.
1750���John Philpot Curran, an eminent Irish barrister and orator,
born.
1766���Treaty of Oswego, making peace
with Pontiac.
1798���General John A. Dix born. Died
Dec.   5,   1S70.
1803���Alexandre Dumas, French novelist, born.    Died Dec. 5,1870.
1833���Lisbon surrendered to Dom Pedro.
1862���Martin Van Bruen, eighth President of tbe United States,
died at Kinderhook, N. Y.
Born there Dec. 5. 1782.
1883���Captain .Matthew Webb drowned in attempt to swim the
Niagara whirlpool rapids.
1897���United States Congress passed
the Dingley tariff act.
1899���Reciprocity treaty between
France and the United States
signed.
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let us have your order for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay firs'
class  for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and RETjAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
i   Phone 101
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PKone 101
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Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi_EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O. Box   885,
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AT THE HOTELS,
COWIE
GASOLINE
ENGINES
l|
Mail Service
Dispatched by C. V. R. train at 7:15
a.m.;  close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside   No.   1,   daily   e_._~,._   Suu-
1 vy;    Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
S inday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
J idpatched   by  B.  C. Electric  railway
Co., 6:30 .a.m.
Vancouver,  No.  1,  daflyexcept Sun
days.    Return mail received 10 a.m.
Vanoouver, -No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily 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 Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No.  2;  MUlslcl
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 mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver,
BXCept Sunbury.
Sunburry,      Mondays,   Wednesdays
and  Fridays;   leaves 11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:18 u. m.:
Dispatched by G..N. Fyler, 4 b. m.:
To southern points, dally excent
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays .and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Russen.
.Mr. and  Mrs. D.  Wollin, Calgary.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Cambie. Port Kells.
A.   D.   Abell,  Toronto.
K.   G.   Ripley.  Seattle.
Ed   Cowan,  Vancouver.
A. L. Newson, Vancouver.
II. II. Hebl, Montreal.
Windsor.
Thomas  Corbett.  Coquitlam.
A.  C. Graham,  Mission.
H.   Hughes,  Victoria.
J. \. Squire and wife, Salmon Arm.
tt.   W.  Therhern,  Salmon Arm.
S.   N.   Ruttan,   Vancouver.
THE  OLD  STORY.
Have proven to be superior to all others in DURABILITY. Pt     -,.-
LIABILITY, ECONOMY,   DESIGN. EASY STARTING.
Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the   .
merits of the engines.
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j| SOLE MANUFACTURERS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
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t The Season Has Arrived for You to ���
Preserve Strawberries i
The   familiar  quotation  voicing  the
partiality for old  things, "old  friends,
old books, old wine," finds an echo in
the   heart of  every   good   housewife,
Household   articles   that   have   stood
the test of time carry their own recommendation of merit.   Gillett's Lye,
i Gillett's Cream Tartar,  Magic Baking
Powder, Royal Yeast Cakes,,and other
1 Gillett products have been before the
i public   for over  fifty  years,  and they
1 were never more popular than today.
Competitors   have   entered   the     field
and substitutes have been offered, but
' they have all receded before the ster-
1 ling  worth  of  these  standard   neces-
! sltles.
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They are in fine condition, and are to be $
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY ���
STORE than any other store in town.  ���
Call  Us Up  and  Give  Us   Your  Order
THE
x Public Supply Stores GE0prAOpAIV,s
Columbia   Street.
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EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
DMIBNS
*ww.*- COPVRIQHTS AS.
Anyone ����ndlnf �� nketoh anddencrlptlon m_.
_r___3_if a_c��r_i_n our opinion free whetlinrau
ffi^^SffiaSftHTHANDBOOK on p��tm_a
J^freerC'-dMtawncrJor^ieciirmB^mim.
*��_in�� tan-ii tfironifh Muim J.Co. net*.
mtrMU tiotic*, without obwye. lu tb a
SckiMiflc American.
l&ndtOWly Ulu-trmted weenly.  .West <Jr-
���w-tvWaWIs j^tt.posUgtt pr.-p-.l4.    Sold _.
newwl.jlem. .,        u     ���
an newKi.aiera.
��8
;nS6.Bfl��dM..||lg��� ,
fa r BU WMhlBgtoo. o.
New York City.
Dnrlng tha last five years tn New
fork city 503,714 tenants have gone
Into new flathouses.
At the present rate of Increase then
will be 8,740 more births In New Tor*
city than there were lu 1000.
Real estate values In New York city
tccordlng to the aaaessinent figures, art
Increasing $1,098,970 eacb day.
There is a daHc average of one and
one-half deaths ln Now York city
chargeable to Injuries inflicted by oth
er persons.
New York city's foreign population
Is led by the Germans, with abont
825,000; Ireland comes next, with
about 278,000, and Rn.sla third, wttb
(bout lflB.000.-New York Herald.
The Scotch Sabbath.
Aa English nrtlst, traveling profe*
tonally through Srotlaud, had occit
glon to remain over Sunday ln a small
town In the north. To while nwny th��
time he walked out a short: way ln tbe
environs, where the picturesque ruin
.. a castle met his eye. He asked a
countryman who was passing to be
so good un to tell hlm the mime of th*
castle. The reply was Somewhat startling, "It's no' the day to be asking sic
thliiKs:"'
Another good story of Scottish ob
wrvance of the Sabbath Is told by a
clergyman. "A minister of the kirk
declared tn public tbat nt n country
hotel he wished the window raised
���o that he might get some fresh alt,
but the landlady would uot allow It,
aay lug, Ye can hae bo fresh air bei��
��u the aSawbet-V"
I
If You Are Going to the
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SEA SIDE
PICNICKING     |
OR TRAVELING
I
Get a rattan telescope, a suit
case, a club bag or a cane basket.
Almost as light as air. Strong
and durable. All prices.   All sizes.
PhillipS, MobeU
SELLS THEM
I
orce
Three
packages
for
25c.    Sella
reg i-
larly ai
two pack
iget
for 23c.
We b
ive some
N'o
i potato
8    at
$1.50 pe
r sack, or
flft
v pounds .<.
r 85c.
This is
a  low  price.
as  they  iti
verj
scarce.
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Deliver
Phone 97.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never bet-
more apparent than at the preasent time.
=============  The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
inviti b you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it ia ace..-..'ble when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
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Ni.w Westminster Branch,
F.  B. LYLE,   MEr.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS to PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
OFFiCE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW WEST.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturtrs and Dttiter* in All Kind* or
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door��,
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.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
���"mumiiii    iinum.' |H,DAV. JULY  24,  1908.
THE DALLY KEW8.
I'Al.K TtlKKK
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
anopsia    o'   Canadian    North-West
Homestead   Regulation*.
Any even numbered section of Do-
inion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch-
vuti and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2��J,
riservccl, may be homesteaded by
,v person who is tlie sole head of a
|I; ... or any male over 18 years of
u> tbe exttut of one-quarter sec-
B,,n ol 160 acres, mure or less.
application   for   entry     must    be
lade in person   by  the applicant at;
Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub-1
tency for the district in  which the
tjnd is situate.    Entry by proxy may,
lev. ever,   be   made  at  an   agency   on
tain conditions by the father, motti-
son, daughter, brother or sister of
intending  homesteader.
[The homesteader is required to peroral the homestead duties under one
ibe following plans-
ll)    At least six months' residence
I;   q   and   cultivation  of  the land   In
ji-l, year for three years.
2)    a Homesteader  may,  if Le so
ins,  perform  the    required    resi-
Snce  duties  by   living on    farming
iwned   solely   bv   him.   not less;
|bd  eighty   (t>0.   acres  in  extent, ln
vicinity of his  homestead.    Joint
lershlp in laud will not meet this;
ilremenL
;i    if the father (or mother, if the
[ther is deceased)  of a homesteader ;
js  permanent residence on  farming
Ind  owned solely  by  him,  not  less
ian eighty  (SO)   acres:  in extent, ln
vicinity of the homestead, or up-
|n  a homestead entered  for by him
the vicin.ty, such homesteader may
Br'orm bis own residence duties by.
Wring with the father  (or mother).
(4)   The term "vicinity" in the two;
receding paragraphs is  defined    as
leaning not more tW.in nine miles in
direct line, exclusive o' the width ,
If  road  allowances crossed    in    'he
leasurement
I,-,)   A  homesteader  '.mending    to |
rform  his  residence  duties   in  ac
���dance with the above while living';
���th parents ���>; mi farming land own-
Id by himself must notify tin; agent
5r Mi.- district of such intention.
Six months' notice ln  writing must
given to thr Commissioner of Do-
Union Lands al Ottawa, of intention
apply for patent
w   W. ('ORY.
j;,.i>v of the Minister of the Interior.
..   B.���TJnautnonzea  publication of]
is  advertisement   will  not  be  paid
SUN45R5
Regular sailings befween
NEW WESTMINSTER and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    BracUman  &  Ker    wharf.;_,                                                                        ^^
New   Westminster,  Tuesday*, Triors-  ������|4/C  i^CIVITC     l\    R A P
days  and   Saturday  at  8  a   m.                  |    | VI      VXfl   I  3    /*   IW\ |\
Leaves  Chilliwack  Wednesday,  Fri-     -***���*****. *���  -
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know *   v perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure ard contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. i
Use It In
Thc
Sunlight Way
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WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
R. WHITMORF. Secretary.
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For Your Barns.
For Your Outbuild'ns i.
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Made  in  tliree   permanent   colon���
GRAY, RED, BROWN.   Contain-
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paper; will not rot.   Will not catch
tire from sparks.    Any handy man
can apply it.   Semi tor samples and
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LIMITED
Hardv. are, Etc.     Columbia Street
P.O.Box 471.       Tel. 53,        Res.  429 ;
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
frTfffra{nrt,irrrn of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest
ings, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
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A SOURCE OF DISEASE.
�������������   ��*�����-   Man   Who   HI...a.   __��a.ha
T_r��i.��li   IU-   Vii-lriU
__ iH.pu',:ir practice ef man] sr.u-.feer.
cuusists in di.i-h.irjr.ui: tbe smoi. to
haltxl.     aapectallj      rrom     Cigarette*,
through tiie aeatrlh This is cv.t
considered by some to be tiicutlal to
the full enjoyment of the BITOT of 0M
tobacco.
The London Lancet, while acknowi
edging that perhaps attder ordinal)
dreams tmnces no barm is dona to Um
smoker save to his sous,. of smell, ha*
sounded a note of warning against Uu
habit as a poeaible disseminator of ills
case H.-iy ferei and other annoying
romp in in ts bare been spread through
unsuspecting bonaebolda by the tu>
thinking visitor who habitually bleu
smoke through bla noae.
Tha surface traversed hj the tobaccs
���moke in-fore Issuing from tha noae, it
la remarked bj tha Lancet, |s mola
toned with The natural secretion of tha
mucous membrane ilntnu tt, and thla
aecretlon is mingled with th<> fluid ills
charged from the conjunctival aae pre
tecttng tho eyos. it therefore coatalni
numerous micro organlama, which
Bojitint; iu the nir. hnve become attach
-si to the moist *ml stu-k surfacfl ol
ihe conjunctiva, ns well us thoaa whlct
juiss   over   the   surface   of   the   inisul
membrane. As TyndaU long .'i(*i> show
rd. germs nrv lotnpleiciy filtered ol
fnmi the air Inhaled by tba axtenat.i
anil  Irregular aurfacea preaented  iiy
tbe turblnal bones These terms nr*
Mrrled Into the air by the man who
Mow. amoke through his nostrils.
USE WHY TM�� BEST
Is He STANDARD article
READY   FOR  USB
IN ANY QUANTITY.
for making lotc, ��ofl��nl��v�� wtitt
r*n.oTlng  ��ld   p��tn(. <_l_tmf��c<tn|
��� laki,   cte_*(a.   drain*   and   far
���nihr   *th*r   nurpoitt.      A   rao
��� quala 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD   CVCRYWHCNC.
K.W_QILLETTS?rrT*K
TOR ONTO. ONT.
���   \EW   LINCOLN
PREMIER
BLOTAFIL  (Self-filling)
CONKLIN   (Self-filling)
MORRIS (Non-leakable).
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
A SENSE OF DIRECTION
I'll*   Prime*   lleqiilalle   Tor   IImUIuk   a
I'riir   1\ otidsuian.
a sviiso (>f direction l should name
ss the prime requisite for bim who
would become ���' true woodsman, da
p.ndlug cm himself rather than oe
cuttles.   The tnculty is largely dovaV
",l of couree by mueh practice, !m(
it must Ih> Inborn, some men poaaeai
it; others do not Just its some mer
:...\e ii mathematical bent, while te
ethers figures nro always a despair, ll
i* it sort of extra, having nothing tr
_o with erlterions of Intelligence w
n ' ;.t_l development. Ill.t' the repenton
movement ln^,�� watch. A highly educated, cultured lutm mny lack it; tha
roughest   P0BBQS8   it.     Some   who   huva
never been in tho wixxls or mountnlu
I acquire In the space of u vacation a
i fnlr facility t;t picking a way, nnd I
have met u few who hove spent theii
lives nn the prospect troll and who
' were Btll! and alwaya would bo as
i helpless   its   tha   newest   City   dweller
I It is :i gift, a talent If you bova its
tiniest germ you enn becoma a traveler of the wide and lonely places.
if you bave it not you mny as  yeU
resign yourself to unities.   Slewnrt  l_ii
wiirtl winie ii, iluting Magazine
Notice
Telephone ooaununtcatlon haa boon
estattl|sli.>l       w.th       WI'.Sl'MlXSl'KK
JTJKOTION, rri'T MEADOWS,
HAMMOND, hanky Other offices
on the lino to Miaalon City will i"
opmied shortly. Notice wlll be given
ns additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co.JLtt.
c
OOKSLEY'S
nt  Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
.; ile Dominions lands with-
i . belt in British Colum-
p.i, may be homesteaded by any person
i: the sole hen 1 of a family, or
luy male over IS year, uf age, to the
Ktenl ol one-qufcrter section of 160
|. ���    more or li ss.
Entrj must be made i eraonally at
\\     ���; al land office tor the district In
the land Is situate.    Entry by
may, however, he made on cer-
lin conditions by the father, mother,
in, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader,
The homesteader is* required to per-
.:m  the  conditions  connected  there
���with    under    one    of the     following
{pans:
iii At leaal six months' resilience
[tij.nii and cultivation of the land In
leach year for three years.
(2) it the father (or mother, if the
I ithi r is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinltj of the land entered for, the
requirements ns to residence may be
Bed by such person residing with
tattier or mother,
(3) if the settler has his pernian-
ent residence upon farming laud owned by him In the vicinity of his home.
Lead, the requirements   as   to resl-
��� '; " mav be satisfied by    residence
upon tlie said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
e given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at. Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent. .
'OAL.���Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of twenty-one y<at*s
'������'��� an annua] rental of $1 ]xt ncre.
Not    more   than 2."t(.0 acres -.hn'1    'oe
��� tscl to ono Individual or company.
A royalty at lhe rate of five cents POT
'"ti shall be collected on the mer-
chantable coal mined.
W. \V. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
Office and  Works:
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Iwo   door*   from   Ceo.  Adams,   Grocer \
Ladies'Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's    Silver   Water"*"*     opeD
face, ��6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watcnes.   doubl*
case, $7.50 "_p.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.     Ml  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc..
Watch ^pairing; enarges reason-
.ble. '���<
Sent^On Approval A
To Responsible Thople
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
lip
C/.e Ink Pencil 1&.  ���
w ���*-
Y.itir Choice of
$
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Popalar
Articles
fer oaly
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New   Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL ���14,400.000.0"
RESERVE       111.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and .New foundland,  and   lu   London,   England,
.New York, Chicago ant) Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A tiun-
eral Banking  Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available wml correepondonta In all  imrts of the
World.
Sayings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of fl and upwards,
and Interest allowed at il per cert  per annum  (present rate)  added
four timet a year.
I  Total  Asseti over  1108,000.000.00.
V'.W  WESTMINSTER BRAN': H (_.  D.  BRYMNER,  Man��i��<--*
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Bcleuos anil  tiiomilo.
The true student of the professional
at technical school becomes bolr to a
comprehensive nml i lenr understand
Hit; of in* duties and responsibilities lu
his relations to his fellow men aud to
the community. Those duties and re
spouslblllties present themselves to tils
trained mind lu their real proportion
lie is neither iiotidev eloped nor untitle
vclupetl In ids Judgment ef affairs, Ills
university training, especially In ths
technical school, bus taught bim nccu
racy and penetration iu the analysis of
any proposition confronting bim and
thnt truth nittl know led),*" uiuwl l>0
lOUgbt with the dlrt-M'tiiere. of a plumb
line. Science yields nothing but eon
fusion to tbe shifty, devious and <n��
honest Inquirer.   Tbe fundamentals oi
morality are the very stepping StOUW
to technical success ��>r professional at
tslnment< SeU-uttnc American.
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POSTCARDS
AHE  NOW   UN  S.M.K  AT
M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORt.
J.  G.  GAMON'S  CIGAR  DIVAN,   -.nd
F.   MACKENZIE'S  DRUG   STORE,
t Electric Railway Service
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foil
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ta any
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bOARD CF TRADE���New Westmin-
ter Hoard of Trade meets in the
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Qtmrte.'ly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the third
T b u r s d a >' Of February. New
members may b�� proposed and
<i" ted st ;,ny monthly or quarterly
meeting,    a. e. white, Sec.
Bt Km mi.  Man   IK I.XTBA.
H.yitrtt.Qni >f Enact tlO
Every pen guaranteed
full tiKt. Solid Gold- cat
on right hand may l>e hud
��� ia either our ht��ud_iul
black opuqne pattern, or
Non-breakalde Transpai*-I
ent, as deilred, either in]
plain or eiiRraved finlth,
as preferred.
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and **av
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a, m. Last
ear leaves al 11 p. m.
d.ast car Iv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city iimltB over the
citj  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
uteB after anil forty minute, after, commencing at 0:20 a   it
Sapperton Line: CarH leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an! fifty minute* after
the hour, commencing at .: .0
a. m.
B����N_ay Bervice   baiT-neuriy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Tho   II. lllirn.l. r
"There's DO reason why the bell
bender shouldn't lie good to eul," mild
a scientist, "its principal food l�� the
crayfish, the same hh the principal
food for bass, The hellblnder belongs
to tbe same family of amphibians ni
the frt'n and Is very closely related.
Both   are   batched   from   the  t-xuu   nnd
both pa is through the tadpole stags
before reaching maturity. The bell
bender Is n mighty line Dsll, ns nny OBS
ean prove to himself if be will conquer
ids natural aversion." The hellbendei
is found principally1 in streams about
tin- foothills of the Alleghany mono
tains.
ri,r saddle,
i.iiriy Greeks and Romans roue
hot ������' bareback Fhey regarded tt as
effeminate to ride In ��� saddle Tbi
modern saddle, witb pommel, cruppst
and stirrups, w��h unknown to tie- an
c>nts Nero kiive out fancy coverings
tu bis cavalry, and ihe bareback riders
of tbe t.ermiin forests used to laugh a'
(tain. Saddled with trees eiinie Inte
use Ui llin fourth century, nt Irrupt
Utrtw emiturles later
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming fw-ion a very complete lin<  t,f
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, hut start your orchard rlt-ht, by buying from .
HO.MK NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, n*>
well as g'-ttinx acclimated tre*a. w�� have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size, If v.��- bSVI DO
ag'-nt In your locality, wr'e tn us at Uuruai,y I_ake \',r prices
NURSERY AND GROUNDS. BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
I    The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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iwvld   Hlowpay-1   shall   hrltiK   vo��
buck Umm�� dark troimi>ra to be resrat
ed, Mr. Hulp.    Ymi know I sit 11 itond
ami Mr. Hutp (tailor) All right, and
If you'll bring thu bill I sent you sis
���lontliK ago I will be pl.used to re
retjit that also You knew I've utood f
gvod daal. - London TIMIIU
Pra��.rly  SHaa.**.
"Tbey mny nny what Uiejr 1l��e
sg'iluat lilui," mild the cmivletsd one's
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Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And nil the principal business Centura ol
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the maiu
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ��n.'
PHILADELPHIA, via-.Niagara Fall.
Eur Time Tables, etc..   iiil.treim
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Assistant Qen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St. Chlnago,Ill
WHEN GOING EAST
���\SK THK TICKET AGSNT
to send you ovm
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train* Every liu-.  in th*  YtAC
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OB  FAME
1 HE MORI M WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies thc newest sad br._t Idea*
lot COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY it is light-d with
both electricity snd gas] th�� most
brilliantly Illuminated tr*tm rn the
wtubl      lhr  equipment  eo_w_sts  of
linvutr   eotnparttnenl    tar..    _tamlariiJ
ib Mition   llsepst.,  luxtirmii .   dining
cat, rscliiutiK  1 hair car .   f<tat��  free),
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brarg and Kfnoking ram.
l'"or Tunc  Tables,  Folderi. or  any
tntthrf   Informat-Ofl  call  on  es  wnte
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GENERAL AGENT,
7_0 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY tfEWS.   "
FRIDAY", juuy
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
FRIDAY, JULY  24, 1908.
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"Thirty feet to the gulf."
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do uot forget that the Liberal Government is building through the west
a powerful competing railway.    The
tbe  light upon   a  far horizon luring
him to greater things.
As for England and her part in the
Tercentenary {if the founding of Canada? Interest,'-sympathy, encouragement, brotherhood, camaraderie, if
you like; but it is not heT game, it is
not her day; it is Canada's day. It
should not hie a celebration, in any
sense, of England's might and power,
of a French Empire overthrown on
the continent of America; it should
be the visit of the father to the grown
up son; with dominions of his own,
which he has developed���a raw estate grown into a refined and highly
productive /Organization. England is
always sedate and un-self-conscious
ln her hours of triumph. She might
well be plahige'nt over the Quebec Tercentenary, but she will not, whatever
Snow Storm Ragee in Alpa.
Borne, Switzerland, July 23.���Heavy
snow storms in the mountains of
Switzerland are driving the American
and other tourists from the bigh elevations down to the city. Many accident;, have been reported. Prof. Rou-
gemont. an eminent theologian, perished of exhaustion on the Jungfrau.
National   Transcontinental   road   will
force down railway rates and estab-  the ancient part she played, whatever
lish competition.
Permanent   pavement   on   Columbia
Street.
A   HEARTLESS  ATTACK.
We are so used to the low contemptible tactics of the Foster section of
the Bordenites, which we were sorry
to note had infected even Mr. Borden personally In hi8 recent attempt
to provide dishonest and untruthful
campaign  literature,   but     we     were
the present gift she makes, as she
does make, through her Navy, for the
protection of the Canadian land. At
this celebration the vital thing will
be the plighted troth of two peoples
once at war, now working together,
not without friction, not without difficulty, but still working together for
a national purpose, with a great history behind them; two peoples laboring to make a Great Power which
shall have^all that is best In British
| life,  with something that belongs to
Public Meeting
In accordance with a resolution of
the Council passed on the 20th Inst,
a   public   meeting of   the   ratepayers
will be held in the Council Chamber,
j City   Hall,   on
FRID.A.Y, the 24th  inst.,
1 to discuss the Loan By-laws, on which
' a vote will be taken on the 27th inst.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
'City  Hall,  July 22, 1908.
wholly unprepared  fur the low  down Ithe  soil*  t0  the   cliraate'  t0 the  hls-
guttersnipe attack of Messrs.  Foster  tor-v and the conditions of the young,
abounding    land
London, England.
itself.��� Chronicle,!
NOTICE.
j ,	
A   meeting  of the   New   Westminster  Co-Operatlve    Association,  Ltd.,
| will be held in Eagles' hall, FRIDAY,
'July 24, at 7:30 p. m.
All members are requested to be
j present, as very important business
, is to come before the meeting.
Anyone wishing to join may do so
, at   the   meeting.
Meeting called to order sharp on
, time.
Wr.  DODD,  Secretary.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
.
anil Boyce on the minister of justice,
Mr. Aylesworth, on account of a defect in his hearing, from which he
has unfortunately been suffering for
some time. We did not think that in
all Canada there could be found a man
in public life who would sink so deep j
in the gutter, and be so morally de-
based, as to even call attention to, No mor9 ne9i of sendln3 y��ur
much less hound a man because of. j 0^���*-e^���, t0 "The other side'" You can
a physical disability, especially when now 9et the best rubber stamps, made
that disability has developed very of 9ood 9um rubber, on latest im-
much through the strain of sticking |Proved machinery, by expert workmen,
to  his  duties in  the  public  interest,'and
when a less faithful man would have       MADE   IN    CANADA
considered  himself   first, and the   In-      Mail orders filled same day as reforests     of     the   country   afterward.! ceived.
Common decency, even to an opponent,   would   have   dictated   a   sympathetic   reference,   if   reference
must   be,  to the worst  calamity  that
can overtake a public man, instead of
the course  Messrs.  Foster and Boyce
took,   that  of  bitterly   reproaching  a
man  for  being the  victim of slicl.  a
calamity and demanding his resignation therefor.    Bad taste are not the
Saxon words wiiich the deplorable incident calls for, and it is a wonder to
us that  when Mr. Leighton McCarthy
sharply  took  the  miscreants  to  task j
for their action, he could keep within
the range of adjectives allowed on the
floor of the House. What both of them
needed was a sound drubbing at the,.    -
hands of an able-bodied man.    If they    ^M
were here ln the west they both would ] ***���
get   well !   Justice.
Sir Wilfrid Laurler's rebuke, couch-1
���d in words selected with a "finesse"
and delivered with quiet  dignity,  will
long be remembered  by the members
present, but the culprits have descended beyond that state where they could I
benefit by the true import of his scathing denunciation.   The halls of Legislature  should  never  re-echo anything
which could not  be said  by friend to
friend, and no matter how strenuous i
the debate, personal abuse should  be
entirely   absent,   and   as   history   re-1
cords, the greatest statesmen, though I
opposing   each  other    in   politics   on j
.principle,   have    yet  been  very  close
friends, and we hope the incident will
never again be repeated in Canada or
that  the   offenders     in   this   instance |
will  come  West.
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
l!        i "Bagley Make. Good Rubber Stamps"
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietors
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Reid& Company
Successors to H. L. DeBeck
of   men's,   boys'   and   girls' |-|gJJ"    j*Y\Q&
We are clearing out our stock
STRAW HATS AT
2.50 hats for 1.25
2.00 hats for 1.00
.75 hats for 40
1.50 hats for.
1.00 hats for.
.50 hats for.
.75
..50
.25
In Linen Hats we offer still further reductions
Hats worth 1.25 for 85
Hats worth .85 for 55
Hats worth 1.00 for 65
Hats worth .75 for 50
Boys' Wash Suits and Blouses at Half Price
2.25 goods for 1.15  1.25 goods for 6,5
1.75 goods for 90  .75 goods for 10
3.00 goods for 1.50
Our White and Light Colored Vests are appreciated,
and the prices we are quoting make it an easy
matter for a man to dress cool
2.50 vests for 1.50      2.00 vests for 1.35
1.50 vests for 1.00
y-i
Ask for our prices on any line of goods we carry, you will find that we can
save you money. Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Cotton Underwear and everything else a man or boy wears reduced.
Reid& Company
Successors to H. L. DeBeck
Permanent  pavement
Street.
on   Columbia
"WHO  FEARS TO   SPEAK?
We need not be afraid to use the
word "nation" in regard to tlie Dominion of Canada. It does not imply
a separate or a dissoluble relation. It
is the only word that expresses maturity, growth, the power on the part
of this Imperial "Jeune premiere" to
live and act and earn her national
way; and nothing but good can come
from the dignity and the pride of historic progress which will be the outcome of a celebration at which the
Heir Apparent to the Crown of Great
Britain and of the Empire will be the
���central figure. He will be welcomed
as much by the French-Canadians as!
by the English-Canadian, nnd I fancy |
that the celebration will, in a sense,
do more for the English-Canadian
than for the French-Canadian. It will I
teach him more, it will help him j
more. The French-Canadian has had
to think in two languages for two generations; he has had to think, through
the atmosphere of his own history,
language, and descent, in terms of
British administration and ideals
English-Canadian, more
practical,  and  less
lived a more selfish, centered life until late years.   He needed to have his
imagination   stimulated
sense made vjvid, by an object
of the r��d that has gone before
s^sgggggggggg^
Mr, Man
WITH TME
Tender Feet
COME TO US POR
Foot Comfort
I! Summer Reductions
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Suits
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No matter how your feet hurt during these
hot days, we guarantee to fit you with
shoes that will give relief the moment you
slip into them. We keep all the latest
COMFORT STYLES.
Another Shipment
Of Ladies' White and Colored Canvas
goods just to hand. The $2.50 White Canvas kind for $1.75. The $3.00 Blue and
Pink Canvas Shoes for $2.50. This has been
a record year for Canvas goods, and we
have been kept busy supplying the demand.
The
concrete,
Imaginative, has
political
lesson
of
Overcoats
Best of  Cloth,   Fit,   Material   and Workmanship
See
Our
Line of
Children's Summer Shoes
BLACK AND TAN OXFORDS
WHITE CANVAS SUPPERS AND SHOES
Just the Kind for Summer Wear
Gentlemen's   Suits
$35.00 reduced to $25.00
$38.00 reduced to $28.00
$40.00 reduced to $30.00
$45.00 reduced to $35.00
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
New Westminster
.*'
An Exceptional Opportv   ity of Getting "Correctly'
Dressed  at Re k Bottom Prices
Morgan the Tailor
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ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them ex-
amined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlora   in T.   Gifford's
Jewelry  9tore.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS 1��RIDAY, JULY 24, 1901.
THE DAILY NEWS.
��7*T   PAOE FIVE.
[The Cash Stores | T.  H.  Smith
The Cash Stores
SEMI-ANNUAL
.
NEWS
What more need be said than to give
you the plain facts of the money-saving
possible Friday? July Sale is half over.
No time now for long descriptions; quick,
sharp business from morning till night
the order of the day.
Come Early Friday
The    Biggest    Hosiery    Bargain    Ever
Offered in New Westminster
60c and 75c lisle lace hosiery for 3Cc
��� Over ;" dozen pairs of Women's superfine Lisle Lace Hose (Morley's celebrate l make), color, tan,
Brown and black; also some embroidered Lisle Hose in black. They are our regular One, B5c. .and 75c
pi'ic.. We know this is an almost unbelleveable price cut, but it is true all the same, They are now
Hli one price.   Come early atad gel  your choice at   35c per pair, or 3 pair for $1
ibme   Wonderful Bargains in   the Wash
Goods Department
Fifty pieces new season's muslins for 10c yard
in everj   conceivable color, pattern and new floral design effects, regular 15c, 20c and 25c values; now
:  the ridiculous sum of    1��c  per yd.
20c Scotch ginghams for 12 l-2c yard
in   stripes,   checks,   etc.  also some  good 32-Inch English   Print, 15c and 20c values.    Now al 121 2c yd
15c Oxford shirting for 10c yard
Four   pieces only  light   and dark   Btrlpe   genuine   imported   Oxford   Shirting,   regular   price   15c.    Now
|r,,r         10c  yd.
15c white and colored flannelettes for 10c yard
Fourteen  pieces  light and dark colors, also pure white, regular price L5c;   now for  ...... 10c yd.
\An Unusual Offering of White Longcloth
15c values for 10c yard
Twelve pieces 36-Inch wide fine soft finished  White  Long Cloth, made of  long staple cotion.  no tilling or dressing.   Going for    10c yd.
$2.75 white table cloths for $1.50
This   la   ,i  bargain   if ever there was one.    Fifteen  beautiful  while   linen   Table  Cloths,  size   8   by   10
beautifully   bordered   on   the   four  sides;   regular  |2.76.    doing  for	
$1.50
Uniforms, cloths, galateas and ducks for 20c per yard
Specially  adapted  for women's house dresses, boys' blouses, etc . regular
[or
and 30o.   will be sold
,20c yd.
Final Two Days of the Remnant Sale
See our remnant tables for this week.   You will find
many useful pieces there at a
Great Price Saving
T. M. Smith's
The Store That Sells for Less
City News
Not made to please the eye. but to ;
j please the  palate.    The "B. C."  and  '
"Old Sport" Cigars. ** [
Never in the history of the Provincial  exhibition  has  there  been  such
desire manifested to obtain space at
the fair, and all available space has
| been taken up already.
Apricots per crate $1.15, at Howard
&. -Mulrhead's. **
Premier McBride was in the city
yesterday, after his recent visit to the
interior. He denies that lie intends
becoming a candidate tor Victoria at
the   approaching federal  elections.
j First class cut carnations only 25c
a dozen .at Davies & Son. Telephone
B 208. ������
Today is fixed for the hearing of
cases against both white and brown
men for the alleged breach of Provincial fishing regulations, either by
failing to take out Provincial licenses,
or fishing during prohibited hours.
Just Read This Special
One iron bed, good strong <t>n r A
spring and mattress to \\ \l\
fit, for . >PO.JU
We have one hundred beds to choose from-All
sizes.   Have a look.
WE MAKE AWINIINGS
LEE'S MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
< t
We have a nice cottage on extra
] large lot, with fruit trees and small
1 fruits in rear. Ninth street, near
; Queen's avenue, for short time at.
$1,500, easy terms. Abbott & Hyde,
;2_8 Columbia street. **
Yesterday was the closing day for
j the receipt of tenders for grading the
: second section of the Westminster-
I Chilliwack line of the B. C. E. R., I. e.,
' from Cloverdale to Ahbotsford, and
I the engineers will award the contract
I in a  few  (lays.
For cut flowers for any floral work.
! ring uii Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
I The ladies of Knox church, Sapper-
' t' ti, are having a trolley party to
1 Fnglish bay on Friday evening, July
: 21. __ special car will leave Sapper-
ten limits al 7:10 p.m. Tickets for
round trip, ."lOc. **
Your outlm; will be incomplete with-
loUf a box of "B. C." Cigars. **
An operation was performed at the
j Royal Columbian hospital yesterday
morning on Eric Bickmar, the Swede
1 who was injured in the Front street
, brawl on Wednesday night. He is
j progressing as well as can be ex-
' peered.
For    sale���Seven     roomed     house,
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   woodshed;      'noise   stall,   carriage   house:
fruit   trees;  on   full  lot.    For  further
I particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
: street. **
A forest tire that threatened to do
an Immense amount of damage broke
out Tuesday in the Blue Mountain
district, but after much hard work.
was subdued by a gang of fifteen men
under the supervision of A. 1. McQuarrie. Provincial  fire ranger.
After the Swede, Brio Bickmar, had
been taken to the hospital Wednesday evening, the police succeeded in
capturing Cliristenden Knutson, a fellow countryman who is alleged to
have caused the wound with a stone,
and yesterday he was brought up at
the city police court and remanded
for a week to give an opportunity to
see how the case may go with Bickmar  in   the  meantime.
Premier McBride is very pleased
with the formation of a post of the
.Native Sons of B. C. in his native
town, and expresses his willingness
to attend any function, such as a ball,
which may be promoted by the committee for the purpose of celebrating
its inauguration.
A mild cigar, but strong on quality,
the "Auto." *���
Capt. Polkington, who brought the
new Union Steamship company's boat
"Cariboo," now changed to "Cowichan," round the Horn, w,a3 the captain
of the Newington when she came
from England. This is the third boat
he has brought round Capt flom, and
he will leave again for the Oltl Country shortly on a similar errand.
The products of the fruit lands of
the Okanagan valley occupied a prominent place in the prize list at the recent Dominion fair at Calgary. Kel-
owna is the centre of the Okanagan
fruit district. Irrigated lands there
sell at $150 per acre on payments
spread over three years. If you want
to investigate the opportunities here
see White, Shiles & Co., 260 Columbia
street. New Westminster, respecting
their free trip proposition on July
28th. ���*
Some sensation was caused at the
west end of Columbia street yesterday afternoon by a runaway team.
Near the Windsor hotel horses which
belonged to .1 Robinson took fright
from the fall of the pole, and broke
away, dashing into a rig and ran up
on the sidewalk in from of JJRflWop'..
store. A,plank was torn in two by
the wheels of the wagon and it was
a wonder that the windo-- was not
broken. The horses were stopped In
Tront of the C. P. R. depot, the teamster, who had jumped out, being uninjured.        ^
.(. Leamy, Crown timber agent, returned yesterday from a prolonged
tour of inspection through the upper
country, travelling through as far as
Laggan. Mr. Leamy staled that the
country is looking extremely prosperous, and though at places the water is rather high, still there is no
resultant damage. No fires throughout the district have yet occurred,
although the weather has been extremely hot, When at North Bend,
Mr. Leamy was told that the Shamrocks had defeated  New Westminster
Did You Ever
TRY OUR
Mosquito Powder?
Small quantity burned will
drive away the pests.
Our Mosquito Oil
rubbed over exposed parts
keep them off
Try Our Cattle Wash
$1.00 gallon.   It will keep
flies and mosquitoes off
the cattle.
by 7-5, but shortly after the correct
score was known, naturally causing
much jubilation.
The following bowlers are requested
to roll three games this evening at
Carver's bowling alleys in order to
pick a strong team to represent the
city against Vancouver here on Saturday evening: Emery, Burnett, Jackson, Monteith, A. E. Hale, Hughes,
Lane, Barbaree. Sutherland, Rushton,
Kellington, Robinson and Clark. The
Victoria bowlers wired that they cannot come until the following Saturday.
An important meeting is called for
this evening at the City hall for the
purpose of hearing statements from
the members of the city council with
regard to the debenture by-laws to
be voted upon on Monday, and as the
school trustees also have to explain
the needs of the public schools bylaw, they will be represented. Officials of the departments will be on hand
to explain technical points in connection  with their departments.
in order to accommodate those
camping at Boundary Bay, the passenger launch J. C. Bruce will make
two trips to Ladner on Saturday, leaving New Westminster at 10 a. m. and
2:30 ix m., respectively. The .1. C.
Bruce is licensed to carry forty passengers and is a comfortable and
speedy boat. **
A meeting of the Citizen's picnic
committee will be held in M.allns &
Coulthard's office at eight o'clock this
evening, when final arrangements in
connection with next Thursday's trip
to Victoria wlll be settled. The keeping open of their stores by the city
grocers will be discussed ,at some
length, and a solution of the trouble
proposed by some of the members of
the committee. At least three of the
leading firms have announced their
intention of closing, irrespective of
the Step taken by their rivals. In
connection with the Victoria excursion, arrangements have been made
whereby attendants will be in waiting
at the Parliament buildings during
Thursday afternoon for the purpose
of showing Westminster visitors over
the legislative halls of the province.
This is a treat that will undoubtedly
be appreciated and fully taken advantage of by the excursionists from
this city.
I
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MONEY TALKS AGAIN
The following letter speaki for
itself and is another evidence of
the quick martntr in which our
companies settle their claims.
A. W. McLeod, Esq.,
Agent  Dominion   Fire   Insurance
Co., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir.���We beg to express our
great appreciation and satisfaction
for the very prompt manner in
which you have settled our loss by
fire on Monday, for although our
claim forms were only completed
Tuesday we have today received
your company's check in full payment, just two days after our claim
was made out, and only three days
after the fire. Wishing you and
the Dominion every success,
We are, elncerely.
FEENEY & HENRY.
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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of the Optical Department
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than other offices if you have a
good risk. Let us quote you our
figures. '
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INSURANCE  BROKER
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.
J'JLY 24
FELINE FISHERS.
AB 0_��a  A��*_-re_.t_r   Are   Not  AfraM
���f thc Water.
Judging from my experience, cats.
when living near water, are generally
fond of fishing. I have personally
knows three feline fishers. One was a
mere acquaintance aud used to fish Ic
a trout stream. Thc other two lived
with tss and during the sum me.
months used to fish ln the late nearly
every evening. They would crouch ot
the shore aud suddenly Jump into at
advancing wavelet very Crequentl;
bringing out a small Bib. Wheu they
had kittens. I have sometimes seer
them bring up to the house three flab
lu the space of an hour.
I know of a cat, whose home wns in
Westmorland, close to a stream, that
���was a regular and accomplished fisher.
She was a half Persian. Her daughter belongs to friends of mine, and 1
have myself seen this latter watching
the goldfish in the cb-ldreu's aquarium,
which at that time wias open at the
top lind on a broad window seat Puss
put In one paw and stirred the water
violently, then sat down to watch with
apparent satisfaction the terror of the
fish, which she could not on that occasion reach. Once the family found shi
had caught one and killed a second, sc
the aquartum was afterward always
covered by wire or net. One of this
��Bt's kittens belonged to me and was
for her short life of under a year very
dependent ou human companionship
Rhe came up to my bedroom frequently
the first thing In the morning and al
ways took great interest in the wash
hand basin, from which she would fish
out the sponge or soap, and liked to
have her paw in the water. She had
to be kept out of the bathroom, as
more than once she deliberately jumped into the bath wben it had in it a
depth of two or three Inches of water.
If this daughter and granddaughter of
tlie original fisher had lived near water, I think tbe fishing instinct would
have developed, as the three generations all showed a fondness for thla
element, which cats, as a rule, are scp
tweed to avoid.���London Spectator.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
SOCIETIES.
Trains & Steamers
In Luck.
When frenzied noise lets dow.i the ban
And cracker smoke wreaths curl.
VhfTt littlt Willie thanks his stan
He was not born a Rlrl.
Takes Them OH.
'"Why do the good die young?"'
"It  is  a  malady 'that very  qniek_>
proves fatal, and only the young an
eve.- afflicted."
And Insight.
"What ballpens when people fall te
:ove at first sight?"
"TTs-ativ mar'lutre and second sijrht'
C.P.R. MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:3;
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at New Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland    express    arrives    12:4:. j
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. & Y��� VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:66 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 pm.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m, arrive New
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVJIR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every haif
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
5:50,  6:50,  7:20  aud half hourly  till
11:30 p.m.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODtoE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings ot this lodge
ire held in Oddiellews* hall. Columbia street, every  Monday  evening.
at 8 o'clock.
V O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 9
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellowa'  block, Clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT, ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���Tho regular meetings of
this Lodge ane held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofield, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLAR8 OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
���0N8 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
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I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday eveniug
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. J. S-' Lawrence,
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G , recording secretary.
FOSE 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, Columbia St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, stime
time and place.
W- IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
include the I'nion Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
Xo. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.���
.No. 1150; h. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, 1. O. F.; C. O.
F., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest No. 29;
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low prices. Bargains never before heard of in the city.
COMMENCING
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our fall goods.
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Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
'The Daily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
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THE D-AILY NEWS.
%     jr*\M SEVEN
re Debenture By-Law,
|__ME_
I.Law to enable thgpouncil of the
Corporation of the City of New
Weatminater to raise by a loan the
um of Six Thousand Five Hundred
5,500.00) Dollan for the erection
|ind equipment of a   Fire  Hall at
lueen's  Park and    for    improve
tiente and equipment for the Fire
.all at Sapperton.
hlEBEAS, it is proposed to erect
{equip a Fire Hall at Queen's Park
lie said City and to Improve and
her equip the Flre Hall at Sapper-
ln the said City, entailing the ex-
Bture of. $6,500.00.
JD WHEREAS. It appears that if
iaid sum of $6,500.00    be appro-
from the general revenue of
;ity for the current year the rate
fixation will be excessive, and it
ipedient that such excessive tax-
should be avoided, and the said
should be raised on the credit of
'orporation, and that debentures
Id be issued for that amount.
i[)  WHKRKAS,  for the  payment
merest on the  debentures    pro-
to be issued under this By-Law,
ir creating a sinking fund for the
ant of the said debentures when
it  will be necessary to raise by
il  rate, in addition to all other
each year during the currency
e said debentures,    the sum of
i hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
,63)   Dollars;
ID WHEREAS, iu older to raise
id yearly sum of Three Hund-
Kighty-two  and 63-100   ($382.63)
|ra, an equal special rate on the
will tie required to be levied on
[whole  rateable   property    ot  tlie
lot New Westminster.
JD  WHEREAS,  the   whole   rate- i
property   of    the said   City,   ac   I
lng  to  the  last   revised    assess- i
roll thereof, is Four million, one
ired    and     fifty   thousand,   eight
(red   and   eighty     ($4,150,880.00) j
h. !
ID WHEREAS, the total amount
|e existing debenture debt of the
Ipity is one million, eighty-seven i
ind, one hundred ($1,087,100.00) |
Js,  irrespective  of    the  sum  of
hundred  and   twent;.-live   thous-I
���ve  hundred   ($125,500.00)   Dol- j
proposed to be raised under the
Jrworks     Debenture     By-Law, I
the "Stn el Itnprovi ment De
�� ��� By-Law, 1908," the "Markei
��� ��� By-Law, 1908," and the
c Schools Debenture By-LaW,
of which none of the principal
���Merest is in arrears,
lv. rilEREFORE, the Muni pal
jcii of the Corpi ration ot the City
|i ���..   Westminster   enacts a.s foi
benturea shall be applied as follows^ cause any number of debentures to j debentures should be issued for that
and not otherwise, towards paying the ; be made, not exceeding ln the whole amount.
cost of the passing of this By-Law the sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00) i AND, WHEREAS, for the payment
anj th# issue and sale of tbe deben- , Dollars for such sums of money as of interest on the debentures pro-
tures therein referred to and Ml erf'{pay ibe required, not less than One |posed to be issued under tn.3 By-Law
hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an ^and for creating a sinking fund forthe
equivalent expressed ln pounds sterl- I payment of the said debentures when
ing of the United Kingdom of Great'due, it will be necessary to raise by
Britain and Ireland at a value of 4.866 .special rate, in addition to all other
the sale of the said debentures have I to the pound sterling; and all such rates, each year during the currency
become available and   towards   the ] debentures shall be sealed with the ; of the said debentures, the sum of
penses in connection With the said
loan; recouping the treasury Of the
said City such sums as have been this
year expended until the proceeds of
cost of the erection and equipment of
a Fire Hall at Queen's Park and Improvements and equipment for Fire
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the 1st day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Fire Debenture
By-Law. 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
In the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the
day of
City Clerk.
1908.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be  taken Into    consideration by
Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Nineteen  hundred,  thirteen and   13-
Mayor and countersigned by the Trea- 100 ($l9i:u.3) Dollars;
surer thereof, or by such other per- AND, WHEREAS, in order to raise
son or persons as may be thereunto the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun-
lawfully au'horized. dred,  thirteen  and   13-100  ($1913.13)
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July, 1958,
at such plac. or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
Dollars an equ%l special rate on the
dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of is'ew Westminster;
AND,  WHEREAS, the whole rateable property of the said City, accord-
have attached to them   coupons for I lnB to the last revised assessment*, roll
the payment of the interest at the rate
ot five per centum per annum on the
amount thereof, which interest shall
be payable half-yearly on the first day
of January and the first day of July
in each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayjr.
thereof, is Four millions, one hundred
and fifty thousand, eight hundred and
eighty  ($4,150,880) Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City Is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred ($1,087,100.00)
Dollars,  irrespective of   the  sum of
(4) A  special  rate  on    the dollar Ninety-nine   thousand,    five   hundred
the Municipal Council of the City of   shall ibe  levied  and    raised  in each I ($99,500) Dollars proposed to be rais-
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken Into consideration by
the Municipal Council of tbe City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Dally
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City wlll be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
PRESENTED^ COURT
Experience of an American at
an English Royal Levee.
New Westminster one month from I year, iu addition to all other rates, on
the first publication in the "Daily 1 ail the rateable property of the City
aNews" newspaper, which first publi- sufficient to pay the interest upon the
cation took place on the 25th day of} debentures and to create a sinking
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July,  1908, between the hours
of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the  following    places,  namely:    The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton;   and
Station, Tenth   street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
ed under the "Street Improvement
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the ".Market Debenture By-Law, 1908," the
"Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
the "Public  Schools     Debenture  By-
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act jLaw> 1908," of which none of the prin-
or enactment respecting the same.     |ciPal or interest is in arrears.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall I    xow. THEREFORE, the Municipal
be raised annually by special rate as ! Council of the Corporation of the City
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hun-
the Light jdred ($.00.00) dollars for the payment
lot interest thereon, and the sum of
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It. shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
Fifty-three  and   20-100   ($53.20)   dol-|or bodies corporate, who may be will-
lars to provide for the repayment of  inS t0 advance the same on the credit
Ir
the principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said delientures shall be applied as
follows  pud  not otherwise!    towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum of
Thirty-two   thousand,    five    hundred
* -���   .       -._   -    * a
(181,600)  Dollars, and tb cause    the
.._.., I By-Law and the issue and sale of the
By-law to enable the Council of the j debentures therein referred to; re-
Corporation of the City of Naw """i''11- ;he treasury of the City such
Westminster to raise by loan thej3""13 a3 hav'- been this -veai' expended
sum   of  Six   Thousand   ($6,000 00)   M tlle work-i herein mentioned or may jt0 cause any number of debentures to
same to lie paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
(2) it shali be lawful for the Mayor
Dollars     for   extension   to   Market
Building.
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City   for
Ithe construction of an extension    to
i
jthe Market Building, and it is expedient that certain additional sums be
expended in like manner, amounting
in ali, with the sums already ��o ex-
p nded, to the sum of Six Thousand
($6, ).00)  Dollars.
AND, WHKRKAS it appears thai If
the said sum of Six Thousand
($6,000.00)    Dollars   be   appropriated.
be so expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures nave
become available, and in paying the
amount to become due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
(Ti This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Receive! the assent of the electors
1
from the general revenue o_ ihe City
on the
day of
ii shall lie lawful for ihe Mayor for the cufrenl year the rate of taxa-
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City  to  i lis,,  by  way ol
from any person or persons, body
lie   i orporate, who may be will-
jo advance the Bame on I ie credit
��� ntures    hereinafter men-
i, any  sum or sums  of money,
xi ei ding In the whole the sum of
1.00, and to cause the same to be
irftb  the  Treasury of    the said
tor    the    purposes    mentioned
in.
) it shall be lawful for the Mayor
lUSe any number of debentures to
lade, not exceeding iu the whole
sum of $0,500.00 for such siyns of
y as may  be  required,  not less
$100  each or an equivalent ex-
'���d in pounds sterling of the Uni-
Klngdom of Great Britain and Ire-
tt a value of 4.866 to tho pound
ling; and all such debentures shall
sealed with the seal of the Corpo-
on. signed by the Mayor and COUU-
Igned   by   the   Treasurer   thereof,
by such other person or persons as
be thereunto lawfully authorized.
:;i The said debentures shall   be
able on the first day of July, 1968,
BUCh  place or places as Ihe Coun-
of the said Corporation mny from
e to time appoint, with the appro-
ol the holders thereof, and shall
e attached to them coupons for the
ment Ol interest at the rate of live
tion will be excessive, and it is expedient thai such excessive taxation
Bhould be avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation, aud lhat debentures
should be issued for that amount.
AND, WHKRKAS lor Hie payment
ot Interest on the debentures prooosed
to be Issued under this By-law, and
for creating a sinking fund for ihe
payment of the said debentures when
due, it will be necessary to raise by
special rate, iu addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
of the said debentures, the sum ol
Three   Hundred   and   Fifty-three and
Reconsidered and  finally
open Council the
1908.
Citv Clerk.
190S.
passed in
day of
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken Into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
tht first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25t'a day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors ot th* City will be taken on
be made, not exceeding in the whole
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, flve
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required,
not less than One hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-
li'nd, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
sterling; and all such debentures shall
be sealed with the Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor aud countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
by such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable ou the first day of July, 195.,
at such place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may froto time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly ou the first day of
January and the first^lay of July, In
each and every year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
.Mayor.
,4) .\ special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised each year,
in addition to all other rates, on all
20-100 ($358.20)  Dollars. j tli
AND, WHEREAS In order to raise daj of July, 1908, between the hours
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred [of nine o'clock a, m. and five p. m^at
and  Fifty-three and  20-100   ($358.20)
said proposed By-Law on the 27th  the rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth   street,.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
Citv Hall, June 25, 1908.
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will lie required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New Westminster.
ANI). WHKRKAS the whole rateable property of the said City, according to the lall revised assessment
roll thereof, Is Four Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand, eight hundred aud eighty  ($4,160,880) Dollars.
AND, WHKRKAS, the total amount I  ���
of the existing debenture debt of the |a By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
i
;
1
said City is One million, eighty-seven
tnousand,   one   hundred     ($1,087,100)
centum per annum on the amount J dollars, Irrespective of the sum of One
\ >f, which interest, shall be pay hundred    and    twenty-six    thousand
|1" half-yearly on the first day of I ($126,01)0.00) dollars proposed to be
i-uary and the lirst day of July In raised under the ."Waterworks De-
rh and every year, and the said ' benture By-Law, 1908," the "Fire De-
shall be signed by the said'benture  By-Law,   1908,"    the "Public
Schools Debenture By-Law, 190s," and
!thc   "Street  Improvement   Debenture
lupous
1. or.
J"' A special rate on the dollar
fall he levied and raised in each year
addition to all other rates on all the
Iteabje property of the City, SUfflcl-
)'��� to pay the Interest upon the dr
i       Corporation   of   the   City    of   New
Westminster to  raise  by  loan the
sum   of Thirty-two  thousand,  five
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars for the
construction    of    a    Reaervoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHKRKAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
By-Law, 1908," of which none of theJPark and connecting mains, and it Is
s
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of One thousand,   six  hundred   and     twenty-five
1 ($1,625.00) Dollars, for the payment
of Interest thereon, aud the sura of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 18-
100 ($2.8.1:!) Dollars for the repayment of  the  principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and tho Issue aud sale of the
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the  said  debentures have become
and paying the cost of the
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principal or Interest Is In arrears.        expedient that certain additional sums | oompleUon of the  8..,d re9ervoir and
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal be  expended   In  completing the con-
Council of the Corporation of the City j structlon  of  the  said  reservoir    and
|ntureB and to create a sinking fund 0f NewWestminster enacts as Hollows:  connecting mains,   amounting in all,
f the payment of the principal there- ]    (1) u shall be lawful for the Mayor j with the sums  already   expended,  to
when due, subject to any Act or en- ot the said City to raise by way of the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
I'uent respecting the same. iioan from any person or persons, body  hundred  ($32,500)   Dollars;
KB) Subject ns aforesaid, there shall 'or bodies corporate, who may be will- ! AND, WHEREAS, It appears that if
raised annually by special rate as 'lng to advance the same on the Oredi. the said sum of Thirty-two thousand.
foresaid, during the currency ot the of the debentures hereinafter men- five hundred ($32,500) Dollars be ap-
Md debentures the sum of Three'.tioned, anv sum or sums of money not , propria! ed from thc general revenue,
lunrtr.d and Twenty-five ($325.00) exceeding In the whole the sum of of the City for the current year the
Miir�� for the payment of Interest $6,000.00, and to cause the same to be rate ot taxation will be excessive, and
pereon, and the sum of Fifty-seven ; aid Into the Treasury of the said It Is expedient thut Bitch excessive
nd 68-100 ($67,68) Dollars to provide City for the purposes mentioned taxation should be avoided, and the
��r the repayment nf thn nrlnnlfial       -,..,"���i.. said  sum should    be  raised    ou the
connecting mains.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 190S, and
may be cited a3 the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
' passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
| in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered nnd finally passed In
open Council the day of
1908.
<6> Tie jWWWedS of  the snld  do-      (2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor  credit  ot  the  Corporation,  and  that |
City Clerk.     Mayor.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ca
���rltleh Columbia Coaat Line
���ervlee.
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
July 21, 27. August 3, 9, 15.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
88  Tom
Leaves Victoria 1. p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th-
and 20th of each m^nth for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor a_*l way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
V/ANCOUVEfl-NANAIMO  ROUTE,
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m- daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  ,    NANAIMO-,
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.
rives Nanfcimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.      ,���*_. ,
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANOA, LUND,
/. ETC.
���"*'"     S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria S p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Vancouver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via L-idysmlth.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  lOtli of
every   month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
aud Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Tranafer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
f) p.m.
A RAPID TRANSIT FUNCTION.
ar-
m;
F^r  reservations  and   information
ob.. ar address
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Weatminater.
fi. J. COYLE.
..st. Oen. Pass  Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
(_4.uei.iJ Superintendent. Victoria.
Canadian Pacific
;railway company
Double through Transcontinental
trains, with tourist, pullman and dining cars.   Quickest and safest service.
Atlantic express leaves at  17:2').
Imperial   limited  leaves   at   7:15.
Tickets on sale iruly 22 and 23, August 6 and 7.    For particulars
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Oenl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauliiif
OFFICE���TRAM' DEPOT.
H�� Waa In and Through and Out He-
far* Ho tally Roalizod What Had
Haw**-**-��� Tho Way Hla Difficulty
About ���  Cootumo Wm Ovoreom*.
A atx foot American who bad s����
cured a "command" to one of tbe Kngllsh royal taveea recently found himself In*** pretty predicament
On hla notification paper waa tbe
hint that levee dreaa waa tndiapenaa-
ble. In Um gulleleae Innocence of bin
-SJIemocraUc WMl tbe American took this
to mean that frock coat and flhlay
shoes would be called for.
He was ln tb* *~ tt looking over hie
beet oatflt of that nature wben a mora
experienced friend called and caught
him la the act Tbe friend made haste
to Inform tb* misguided Yankee that
levee dress involved silk stockings,
ruffled sleevee, black _word and other
Items.
Consternation enaned. It continued
to ensue wben owing to bis height and
girth no borrowable suit was discovered and no tailor couldibe found who
would make one before the next afternoon. At last a stage levee dteas wag
rented from Hla Majesty's theater,
where It had done duty In "The Last
of tbe Dandles."
After the levee was over tlie American confessed that be hardly knew
what had happened. Wben he reached
the palace he was first surrounded by
th* yeomen ot the gnard, who started
him upstairs with great dispatch. In
tbe course of hla progress upstairs the
yeomen disappeared, and he found
himself ln a lane of tin plated life
guardsmen.
Again the scene changed, says Town
and Country, and there was a lane of
royal footmen and next a large room
}ilpd to ayerflowi&g with admirals,
generals, diplomats, peers, chamber
Jains, soldieri |pd sailors of all de-
great hMTof^r*��ltta j)kft ��w����&
ln levee dress. One by one taiy w'STr
singled out and ushered into the royal
PJSatBSS JA-tirc ^djoiniw; jo^au ��h��~
ftood the king surrounded by his suit/1
The work of presentation was so
rapid that the American found himself
out and ln another room before he
knew what bad happened. His overcoat was on his bjicl. In the same
rapid, mysterious fashion, and the
next thing be knew he was outside in
the courtyard, hjjt he was actually
"presented" and la now* forever Hot
fable, or eligible for presentation at
any court ln the world, provided he behaves himself. '' -,
AU this was preliminary to the presentation of the man's wife and daughter at the drawing aoom. Men are pre-
aented at the king's levees, and the
women undergo the same ordeal at tbe
courts or drawing rooms, which are
by Car the more Imposing functions. It
In probably no exaggeration to say that
every time a drawing room ls held
ilm i.ooo ls spent by the people who go
to court.                          ^
None but a very old habitue of the
court���and then she Is never below tha
rank of a countess���would dream of
appearing at court ln a costume that
she had worn there before. Tbe item
of flowers alone ls one of vast lmpi"*-
tance. If It were not for tbe drawing
rooms the large florists could not exist
Every woman who ls presented goes
armed with a bouquet, whose value ia
at least a pound, and some of them ar*
worth ten times that sum. Then there
are tbe bookmakers and the hosiers and
the milliners to consider, to say nothing
of the people who lend carriages.
Suppose there are at a low estimate
500 people on the presentation Hat Of
these every mother's daughter has her-
sulf photographed In ber court cos-
tame, and London court photographers
are notorious for their stiff prices.
St. James' park on tbe nlgbt of a
drawing room  Is filled with  Londoners who wander up and down tbe double line of carriages stalled ln the mall,
peurlng Into the windows and criticising tbe costumes of the matrons and
their   debutante   daughters.     It  ts   a
legitimate privilege of the populace tv
consider those waiting for presentation
, us objects of interest, aud  there  tlie
latter have to sit, some of them oviw
��.. hour, subjected to the gaze of Lou
| dou's citizens.    You see half a down
; shopgirls flattening their noses against
I thtt window of a motor brougham aud
I carrying on a rapid Ore conversation
| about  the dress  of  milady  aud  her
I daughter Inside.
'���Ain't ahe beootiful, Mary Ann?" or
"Wot do you think of this un? Ol don't
like 'er gown at all."
AU this has to be borne with Spartan fortitude so long as there la be
rowdyism; but, strange to aay, there
never ls.
A good many people starve th���
selves for months so that they aod
their offspring may have the meaey to
enable them to go to court Wiere are
many half pay colonels who live In
the country whose <_M object Is to
come up for a drawing room.
Generally thv bsve Influential and
wealthy fr_aa_h who make It easy for
them ln the matter of lodging ln town
and bskd them their horses, carriages
and footmen: otherwise tt would be Impossible for them to go. There seems
to be a tradition that If a man's daughter bas not been presented at court
her way to a successful marriage wlll
not be so smooth. That of course Is s
fallacy, but the tradition nevor dies,
and so people stint themselves and endure endless sacrifices thnt they may
put the hall mark oo themnelves and
their offsprlif.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
JULY
Tliese Are Built $
Especially    for
Picking
Fruit
Are tapering at the J
end to allow easy |
handling in the 1
branches and will f
extend to suit.
PURE MILK REDUCES
INFANT MORTALITY
\
%l
Deaths Among Babies Lessen
by Fifty Per Cent. Since
Campaign Was Started.
ANDERSON j
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,    New   Westmin- ���
ster,  B.   C. X
Seattle,* July   23.���"Aa  a   result  of
the  pure  milk  agitation    there  have
been from one-third to one-half less
deaths anions  babies in  Seattle this
summer than last.   Last summer from
seven to eight out of every ten cases I
of infant sickness which I was asked
to   attend     were   caused   by   impure I
milk.      Thlg  summer  the  proportion
due   to diseased   milk has   been not I
greater than from three to four out;
of every ten, There Is today less sick-i
teSs among the babies of Seattle than i
there has  been for  any summer    in
years.   All this is directly due to the
campaign which has been waged for
the past few months in behalf of pure,
milk." I
This \v.�� the statement made yes-)
terday by Dr. G. B. McCulloch, speci-j
alist In Infants' diseases, and one of |
the best informed physicians in Seattle in regard to sickness among children and its causes.
Dr. McCulloch is enthusiastic over
this   improvement   in   pnfant   health,
which mearis that the practice of phy-1
sicians is being curtailed because babies are so healthy that their services
are not needed to anything like the
same extent that they have been  in
previous summers, when little  attention has been  paid to the purity  of
the milk served to the city's inhabitants. /
WINDSOR SALT la nude in
Canada. Cotfb no more than the
cheap imported aak ��� and it much
more economical became k ia pure.
Get WINDSOR.
j Preserving 1
I Apricots
AND
Peaches
ARE HERE
Order Them Now
Peaches pel- box. .$tJ2>5
Apricots per box. .$1.15
PICNIC B.\SKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS. ETC-, ETC.
AT
CAwasn
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
DIVINE OUTLINES PLAN
TO IMPROVE CHICAGO
1
Moreys
Columbia Street
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Chicago, duly 23.���The Rev. Culver
Hansell, of  the South  Park  Aveuue
Methodist Episcopal church, who has
been strongly in the public eye lately
as a crusader, has a novel idea    for
curbing   the   social   evil   in   Chicago.
, He     proposes   an   organization   of  a
| committee of one hundred  prominent
men of the city, to be selected from
the various walks of life, to study the
evil scientifically and  make    reoom-
jmendatlons to the city for legislative
action.
Rev. Hartsell desires the investigation to be made from every aspect���
physiological, economic, social, and
legislative. He wants physicians, lawyers, editors, ministers, business men,
settlement, workers anil college professors to co-ordinate their methods as
members of the committee.
! a seat on this tribunal, in some re-
ispects most important court of law
: in the whole country. W. __. Galliher,
|M. P., and Ralph Smith, M. P.. are
] the names mentioned in connection
| with the appointment
The gold rush to the Skagit seems
Ho have abated somewhat and the parities now on the way up have been
��� checked in their progress by a moun-
j tain stream, a tributary of the Chllll-
I wack. blocking the way, the current
| running so strong that it is impossi-
: ble to cross it until the waters go
| down. The time is being spent by the
gold hunters in fishing and hunting,
(and otherwise having a good time,
WESTERN  MEN  NAMED FOR
RAILWAY COMMISSION
I TRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J* IIYJWLIvJ VALUATOR . . .
Ottawa, July 23,���It is understood
that the proposed new appointments
to the railway commission will recognize claims on British Columbia to
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All   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every  Friday morning
on the  Market square.
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Fire Insurance
We write fire insurance in the following offices:
Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford. Conn.
Atlas Assurance To, Ltd., of Londoh,  Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto,
The London Assurance Co.
The Manitoba Flre Insurance Co.
The Pacific  Coast Flre Insurance Co.
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
HOW MANY MORE WEEKS UNTIL
SUMMER ENDS?
5IX ACCORDING TO THE CALENDAR. Eight
or ten according to the weather prophets, hither
way there is plenty of time to wear our summer
apparel. There's plenty of fashionable merchandise here which you'll want. it
must leave the shelves and counters pretty quick. Invoices for goods from
across the sea are in. The goods are on the way and want displaying place u
soon as they're he,re'.   That's why we reduce the prices on summer Goods,
Parasols and Sunshades
It's not A question of what they're worth, but what will sell them They
have g<ot to go and quick. Note the prices and see if we are honest .bout
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m     Sunshades up- to $o.00 for  	
Suashades up to $1.75 for 	
Children's reduced to 25c each.
*      A  Hardman.     A. James.    J. McClugh
Qhan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl-
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DRINK     RYALL'S
Li
ime mice
25c per bottle        - -    ��� $1.50 per gallon
Your   Children   Require   It
NO   HIVES   WHEN   USED
Ask   for   Ryall's
WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackman __ Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at _ p.m. dully
except Saturdays, for Sunluiry,
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Qulchon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
Intermediate points, carrying passengers  and  light   freight.
Returning leaves Steveston at fi
a.m. and Ladner 7 i.ni., arriving at
N'ew Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
except   Saturdays.
Saturdays leave Steves! n at 6
a.m. and 4 p.m. for up river points,
Saturdays leave New Wi Hmlnfter
at   2   p.m. I
Tickets,  rates, etc,, at
WHITE,   KHJI^.S   &   CO.|
260 Columbia Btreet, or on boaW,
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1.95
$1.25
Won't you need some Curtains? Wouldn't the parlor or dining room look more cheerful if , m,
pair of Lace Curtains were draped on the window? Many an opportunity cornea to buy an odd pair tf j
Curtains cheap.    THIS IS SUCH  A ONE  NOW.  Ugmw** r !P**!S_fcj
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Lace Curtains
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$3.50 for
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$3.00 for
$2.00 for   	
$1.50 for
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95c.
The Corset Counter
is doubly  interesting just   now.   There's no reason why we should not
sell you Corsets as well as undergarments during these hot days.   A price
clipped here and there means mom    in the purse of many  .,  Bhopper  who
finds that the  particular Corsel    -  Jusl  the one she wants.
One lot odd lines ot  Ladies' Corsets   comprising   makes   we   are   not
going to  stock  in  future:   values up to $2.00 each for  95c.
Bathing Suits
How many times will you po in bathing   this   summer?      Ho*.
times will you have to borrow a bathing suit?   We haw Ladles' and cW'
ren'a   Bathing  Suits, made of-cotton and wool, at prices like tli. -
Children's,   $1.00   to        I1'
Ladies'  $1.50  to    ���         H0
SILK GLOVES
Heir's oui   whole stock of Ladies' l/nng Silk Cloves, In grey, navy and brown, put out on the cuu
Every  Last   pair ought  to  bid us good-bye in a day or two at this   pric.     While they last, per p'-:. SjC
special   purchase  of   Ladles' White  Blouses, with hand embroidered fronts, worth in the regulai �����'���'
$::.:.o.   Oui-specialprice    $23 c"f
SUMMER  UNDERWEAR
We have too many garments In ibis Underwear section or ours    We have to compress tha
.are going to mak<   them more lively.
Ladles' ...���_!)!  Gowns,  regulai   puce $3.00, for  $1.75
Ladies' Nij.h: Gowns, regular price  $2.00,   for    $1.50
White Underskirts, regular price $1.25, for   75c.
White Underskirts, regular price $2.00,  for    $1.50
Ladies'  Knitted Vests, Swiss make, tine ril>b, white only, reg. t>_*\ for 4ii
Regular 86c, foi    ���'    55c
Pink only, regular ">Uc, for   25c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
We Close at 5:30\

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