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 \f Shiles & Co.
IE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
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BE 3, NUMBER l'JO.
NEW   W
ER,  B.  C   THTJRBD _ i ���   ajjGUST 13,   1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
BY DISTRICT
IS GREAT FUTURE
|n.u" Municipalities Has
of General Pros.
-Settlers Arriving-.
CONFERENCE WITH PREMItK
SOUGHT BV FISHERMEN
!
Inu
WELCOME HOI 10
Summons  Served  on  Dozen   More  Defendants for Breach  of  Provincial   Regulations.
Ln
DEEPENING RIVLR CHANNEL
SUBJECT OF MEETING
PRINTERS UNITE
EIGHT WHITE PLAGUE
-ai.
��� \; i.nia,.meat.; are concluded to lake
t.ie siillllJOU.Se.s nill.lj.rnw  against     '' "e
to assen  tha'_ the fishermen  found,  ii  is alleged, guilty
ll itish Columbia contains
of ..reach. 8 ui the, close
season r\
.ula-
[istricts of greater promise
i |     ,   in    dei elopem m
tions of ihe provincial gov rnment and
fljshlfEg wiilnaii provincial licenses,
witbi tii.- gases adjourned irom Tues-
and Important j day. Five are cases In which lhe
\v< eklj (lose season
broken.    Mom   of   thi
Winners  < I  the  Minto  Cup Return  to Westminster   This
Evening    Everythin.?; Ready for Monster Reception
to   Popular Heroes   of   Western    Canada -
Decorations Everywhere; Music and
Speeches    Galore.
CoTitni-tee Will Meet Member for This
Constituency to Discuss the  Improvement cf  Fraser.
|t\ ... ;: .ru.ihy, which oc-
i pui     id I tie sannj time the
luffei 11 tricl and a coii-
|i ,   between   th ���   two   ions
ol New Westminsti r an I
msand    people  ance to the ubiqutt us sma i b >��� isau
rules      w re   .'.ill  cheer tin ���      hoarse    when   thorl i I    ..   a   mem er of    the
men    liv   al   the C. P  R  ti   i   pulls into the depot,  stationer;   B m ol Daniel & Lotft
Whonnock, and  Provincial    Fisheries   bringing
officer Reid went up the rivei    tn   a   the     lai   i   -
launch and seined the summonses
yester lay afternoon.
li i.i understood that Premier McBride, who will Ik., in lhe city In
connection with the lacrosse celebration* and Attiirney-(_!eiiei"il Bowser,
who is also minister of fisheries, have
been asked to meet the fishermen
here on Friday afternoon, to discuss
the present enforcement of the provincial regulations.
The fishermen feel very keenly the
Bt li���   lati .' n sped I bal Bui n- j
ll   chief importance in r -
future, for ii is lntersect-
o main highways connect-
|ter cities, the one known as
bad, the older of the twain,
through the  fertile  valley
Lake and  drops into the
Irt of Hastings townsite, and
thoroughfare known as the
road, wiiich  branching 0ff | pr?secutkm.   now   Pe��Hng.  and    the
few Wesl minster city limits
street,  skirts  the    higher
the  southern   margin  of
the champions of occupj thi premises formerly tenanted
after     their   by  .1.  A.   Lee in the   Duponi
triumphant        ��� |  in successful   Horns and other helps to noise: .
quea   ol  tl     Vlinto    ip,    The recep-   ing uol be given   away    free to   ali
I tlon which awaits thi boys will be t.ie children a, half past seven o'clock t ti
greatest e\       ��� ��� .. In -nis city, politi-1 cvenipg.   There should be a big bar-
cal welcome; to popular heroes n t ex- gain  sale  rush  around    "The    Fair''
cepted. when the  advertised   Hour    and    the
Home at 8: .0 p.m. ; kiddie., arrive.
The boys are  due  to  Btep    Oft    the Order of  the  Procession,
train al twenty minutes to nine The procession will be led by
o'clock. The appearance of the first jCharlie Donahue, hearing aloft a ban-
stickhandler will be lhe signal for ainer Inscribed ���Champions of the
mighty roar from the thousands as- World." The Vancouver fioys' bugle
s.:_. I'd to do honor to the returned jand will follow, then will come Mt.
���ality and enters Vancouver
delay and vexations Incidental to hearing the cases. The yi ar is a poor
ono, business indifferent and between
the millstones of two governments
d(?eidills  constitutional  questions,  the
Central park   and Mount
The  most  superficial ob- j <,0<"' fis^'>.ien sEands little chtyice
kot fall to grasp the import- j .
|e geographical  position rif1
ion to the rapid RELIGIOUS STORM RAISED
To prevent the hoys from be- 'and Mi
Iiij  overv in Ime 1 in the congratulatory j i  I i_| -
i    ..  -. cn i.e....  . ..*  .    y f.-I.nds, ar- j arme I
rangements have been made for S
passage way it. i*e reserved fivjp ;_:"
ilacks through the waiting room and
Into a tally-ho which will be in waiting. A few minutes later the long
procession will start on its way to
.,_:.-.���,   ������   ...   "  -  _lbm Cr.B-.ot, where the rcmatote
y   ��� ��� "'"'��* ���    BT KING EDI. ADO'S ACTION ��S_T 8""!*"'"'" '"c*
in arteries of conimunica-
. .        ,   A   committee,   consisting  of   W.  N.
entloned, or in a journey
lne of the  B.  C.  Electric I     London,   Aug.   12.-The  Council   of  Cnrty-   s^r��^ry   of   the   Minto    cup
ui:     During the space;.he   Protestant   Alliance,  that   raisedlcel bratton committee; W.R.Gordon,
r hundreds   of residences such a storm in Parliament and else-
uildings have been erect-1 where  at   the  time   the King  visited
iiv:-.v   anil    Colllngwood, I the Pope, is again agitated over the
ulation of Vancouver announcement   'bat  His  Majesty   In-
soutnern   boundary. ��� ti nils  ceremoniously   to  rec ive    the
New Westminster end; Papal Legate, Cardinal Vannutelll, at
Houses Dorthward has also j rhe forthcoming Eueharistle Congress
extended along the'in London. The Alliance has sent a
ai ;��� may be termed, memorial tVp Sir Edward Grey, the
I Imi Central park to I Foreign Secretary, calling attention
which distance there are to this "projected violation of the
llati stations on the car- jProtestanl Constitution of lhe United
���a residences have bprdng I Kingdom," and urging thai steps at
llhi same period of time, I once, be taken to prevent the King
ivei . sees new settlers. from paying this compliment to the
I      1  clearing Up ranch and   Roman   Catholic   prelates   of   Europe
j and  America  who are coming to  at-
rllenl   nieiins  of  intercom-1 tend   the  Congress.    Sir   Edward   has
which the car line affords [ done   nothing   more    than     formally
il   and   will  continue   to  acknowledge the receipt of the mem-
the  developement of land orial.
lew   Vancouver   roa 1.    lt ________	
along this highway that
Ltrnaby's   growth are   evi
m   the elder  main highway'     London,    Aug.    12.���Colonel    Lamb,
road  and   its  connection   who has sailed for Canada, will Inter-
H. c,. Major and II. P. McMartln,
has been selected to receive the members of the nam on their arrival iu
this city, and will escort thetn from
the train to the seals of honor on the
tally-ho. Other members of the cele-
bration committee, Including hev. J,
S. Henderson, president of the Westminster lacrosse club, will travel as
far as Agassiz and make the remainder of the journej in company with
the boys.
Will  Receive Guests of City.
Included am >iu the many prominent
C. A. Welsh and children ln
An army of small boys, ali
a ... : os se .-ii. ks. is ta be
*ie\t in lijic. As many recruits are
heeded, all boys who own or can borrow a stick are requested to take a
place in the line this evening. Then
will come the Westminster band, Immediately preceding the champions of
the world in their char d'honneur.
Officers of the club will follow in automobiles and carriages, after which
will come anothi r Vancouver hand.
The remainder of tlie procession will
consist of automobiles, hacks, buggies,
rigs and pi destrlans, the latter g,_��.au-
aily tapering off to a straggling few
who ivill bi uim.le to keep up wilh
the rest of the crowd.
At the Crescent.
Arrived at Albert descent, the boys
will take up positions on a "specially
erected grand stand. Here they will
e formally welcomed back to their
home city by a number of prominent
men," these including Mayor W. H.
Keary, Hi v. .1. S. Hendif.*3on,Thomas
Gifford, ML. l. A., Aid. J. .1. Johnston,
.1.   .1.   Cambridge and  several  others.
I
Will  Interview Premiers.
guests who are to bi   lure this even- Individual ribbon   badges   artistically
Ing Is Hon. Richard McBride, premier inscribed, the  work of D.  A. Shiles,
oi  the province, and other memoera will  be presented to the players ty
of  his cabinet.    Messrs, .1.   .1.   Cam- some lady  not  yet selected.    It   had
bridge, .1. I:   Agar   and    Aid. A.  W. at tirst been intended to reserve this
Gray  will  meet the  premier on    his honor for Mrs. Richard McBride. but
arrival    litre    shortly     after    seven as    she    has found it Impossible   to
O'clock.     Arrangements    have    been come over tor the    celebration,    the
made where:.;, all B. C. E. Rears will duty will devolve upon someone else,
tie met and the glad hand of welcome;Il is understood that Mrs. J. B, Ken-
stmlnster city at East
derful strides have been
ig   made   in  the   way  of
���������������   eit.   at   Last  view    the   premiers   of the different
provinces In an endeavor to pursuade
them to make emigration the concern
mi'  and  building.    One can ! of the local administrations.
'   alone   both    the    routes
much of the substance of
was in the assertion made
extended to Inviti d guests.
Pyrotechnic Display.
Everything Is now in readiness for
the big
Fraser
lasting
dy   will be  requested    to    pin    the
(orations on the boys.
Decoration of Stores.
Lacrosse sticks and the club colors
liver     bridge,    the   fir-works   are  everywhere  In evidence today  in
for  aboul   three    hours.    Be-   the decorations.    Many of  the  stores
pyrotechnic   display   on   the1
lis ago by a speaker at an
public meeting In New
i lhal ere long the sist.eT
i be joined together ��� y a
line of houses.
Hastings     road,     slill
i    much   used   means   of
In Ion   11 ween tii" two c'.tleS,
if  the  choicest resi-
ln the  province,   the
tliruaby    lake,    often    aptly
11   ppy      Valley.''     The
lui tlon     of   this    district,
It ihe fool of ihe magnificent
i    and Br (lot In d heights of
ange spur of the Rockies,
wo line stretches of, water,
liniil   Deer lakes,  has  not     a
i  with  the  wonderful    de-
of  the  locality.    But    its
-peel  of quietude and    renin! Its social selectness have
led   io    secure    its    present
[position.      The    community
linany   successful   and   pros-
knehers, and the valley    ai��-
loiluces   a  vast  quantity    of
fruit,  particularly  of    the
Bnd, that, enjoys a premier
tho market and n< ver fails to
[top  prices.    There,  too, has
IliMished     within    the    past
Onilis an important new    in-
_fci    the    shape   of   a    large
einiiracinir over thirty acres
Iwnei] by a body of practical
p*nown as Hie Eraser Valley'
���any.    Th" clearing, cul- |
.: 1   planting of this Import -
1' ' land has alone wrought
Itin ied on Page Three.)
cause ofthe presence of n large num-: have been to much trouble in arrang-
ber of bombs on the C. P. R. tracks ing designs appropriate to the occa-
Arabic Newspaper Started. along Front street, these being due to!sion, especially on Columbia street.
Montreal. Aug. IS.��� An Arabic new- explode when the train comes into the The jewe.ry window or Thomas Oif-
paper Ash-Shelhah ba^ Inen started | city, all persons are warned to keep ford has a fine collection of cups ar-
hore.    M. N. /.aibatriny, of Damascus
provi m< :.    co nnutiee,   .    *"��'nry.
Ki representing the
11;  l). s  Curtis, \\. it. Gillej
A.  E.   White, secretarj   of  th
* ade,  will  be held  shortly,  p i
tomorrow   afternoon,   to  disi i
raproyeweni  of the chanm l    of
tl ���   Fraser rivi r, the mosl   Important
i qui stiou- io the future of   the
11   as 'i port and Industrial centre,
J.  It  Kennedy, M.   P.,   will    e    in-
i*lti !   to  attend,   and   sum.-   statcrtl  nl
cpected trom him as to the posl
.,   at   Ottawa.     The  committee     is
us   to  know  how soon the work
.   he   commenced   from   the   sanis
ea ...   voted in the estimates.
When the subject was ventilated at
thi   lasl meeting of the board of trade
il   was  explained that    Mr.  Kennedy
was ��� xpected from Ottawa, and it wis
' le   to    hear    personally     from
bim on the subject.    Since his return
e, n difficult  to get the mem-
���   -   I the committee together.
COURT OF A. 0. F. REVIVED
UNO OFFICERS ELECTED
The dormant court of the Ancient
Order of Foresters in this city was
revived at a meeting held last evening in the Eagles hall. There was a
good attendance, and W. Gray, district su'i-chief ranger, formally Instituted the courl under its old number, 8808, giving an address on the
objects of forestry. The following
office's were selected: Chief ranger,
F. Mcintosh, P. D. C. R.; sub-chief
ranger, J. D. Fleming: treasurer, .1.
H. Todd; secretary, .1. .1 Randolph;
S. W., T. Freeman; G. W.. F. Baldwin; S. B.. J. Mayers; medical examiner. Dr. J. H. Jones. A few additional candidates were initiated.
J. J. Randolph was appointed delegate to the annual district court in
Victoria nexl week, and failing him.
I. H. Todd. Meetings of the court
will take place in the Eagles hall on
the second and fourth Wednesdays in
each month.
Ravages of Consumption
Among Typos Will Be
Checked Systematically.
������   l       '''"'y   '���-��� - Favora le   a< ti m
on the appoiatmi ai of a committee to
investigati .   epori    and    remedy.    If
1 '"'     '���      avagi     of tuber, ulosis
in so fai as h vltallj afti cts the mem-
��� rs ei the or; ition, an I the de-
:' ������' >f the : n i it on [ot a convention ..... lb, ,-ears Instead of an-
'���> .ally, wi re th    :��� at tn s todaj of the
��� ' tings "i  thi     lo.  national Ty] o
iii al ��� nion The action on I il i
��� nu Is followed an Interesting and
lengthy paper bj 11. Russell Wray, of
the chamber of commerce of Colorado
Sj rings, who spoke particularly of the
advantages of tbe west in the treat-
mi nl of the disease and of the success
of the union printers' home In that
city.
SHAUGHNESSY FAVORED
AS SOLE ARBITRATOR
President of C. P. R. Will Endeavor to
Reconcile     Warring     Forces���
Situation  Is Quiet.
Montreal, Aug. 12.���A move has just
been put cm foot to make Sir Thomas
Shaughnessy, president of Ch.; c. P. R.,
sole arbitrator between the men and
the company. Much satisfaction is
expressed ov< r the new aspect ot affairs.
There are said to be 1800 men work
lng In the .\ngus shops today, 600 of
whom are strike-breakers, The others
are all classes of labor. The pay roll
for the week is stated to he $2a,00ti
less than if the works were runninK
full blast.    Everything is quiet.
Medicine Hat, Aug. 12.���.laps are
still working here and the possibilities
of acts of violence are very remote.
Amongst the strikers are some of tire
best and most respected citizens. No
picketing is being clone.
tany
is  editor and proprietor,
has a circulation of threi
nt
safe di tance from the metals.      ranged by one of the old guard, with
It   already
thousand,
Free Horns.
An anncun emenl of much import-
photographs of the. teams of the past,
and other souvenirs of the great game.
Champion, of the World and Winners of the Minto Cup, Who Return Today Crvrtd With Glcry.
rhe Gifford cup Is given the place of
honor in the group, doubtless soon to
be replaced by the Minto cup. The
beautiful presentation ,adges designed by D. A. Slides arc on exhibition
here and widely admired.
Everybody will admire the sentlmenl of the warlike bull-dog In H-
Ryall's windows, dialled as he is In
red and blue, and bearing the motto,
"what we have we hold." This group
is particularly good. A battered lacrosse slick, relic of many a hard
fought battle, finds a place of honor
in  ihis window.
Bottled Line-up.
The display at tiie premises of the
manager of the champions, t . A.
Welsh, Is very effective. Bottles of
ssence represent teams, the Shamrocks and Westminster, lined oui In
the lacrosse Held, with pictures of pasl
lacrosse teams In the buck ground.
Two miniature lacrosse sticks, pre-
seir.'d to Bob Cheyne, then the nest
I'.oa.i keeper in Canad*., several years
agn hy tb" Mac eth Manufacturing
company, are also on show.
Won by  Hot Air Brigade
George Adams has a tin CUJ, which
will be engraved spmethlng after this
BtyJe, "Mean-too cup. presented to the
Vancouvei lacrosse club." ltelilnd
lW' cup i.s massed it collection of sal-
ni'i.ii tins, giving a very attractive appearance.
Tor the Dead Ones.
F .1. MucKeiule has a number ol
flags rcprenentlng the emblem., of all
nations, and symbolical of the .New
Westminster club having won the
world's championship. In one corner
Is a graveyard with tombstones of the
dead Shamrocks.
,1. A. I_ee has his principal window
dressed  in the club colors, and    the
words   "Welcome Home" worked on a
pretty variegated background.
Red and Blue Everywhere.
Johnston Bros, have lit their big
electric sign with rod and blue lights.
The windows are decorated.
T. II. Smith presents his principal
display solely In the club colors, while
W. E. Sinclair has lacrosse sticks and
a cup. i
FIFTEEN LIVES 10ST IN
GERMAN MINE EXPLOSION
Saarsrufken, Germany, Aug. 12.���
As the result of an explosion of fin*
damp today In the Dudwell mine, five
miles from here, fifteen persons wen
killed and six are in hospitals' suffer-
in;; from serious injuries
BELIEVE THE STEAMER
ELSIE HAS BEEN LOST
Val.lcz, Aug. 12.-���The Bteamer Elsl *.
operating on a regular run between
Valdez and Cordova, which has been',
missing, is believed to be lost. The
steamer left Valdez Monday moaning
direct for Cordova and should have
made, the run In ten hours. She had
nol reached pint this afternoon and
was nol seen by the Yucatan, which
jusi arrived Distrlcl Attorney Ray
was one of the passengers. Uo was
going to Cordova to prevent election
frauds, Another boat will be a nl ont
tonight to look for the wreck. 'm.
Large Brewery Bond Issue.
Nev. Vork, Aug. 12���It i-. auuouti a
bare thai a syndicate of English ili,;-.,r.
cial men who nineteen years ago took
a mortgage for several million dollars*
on a number of large brewing plants
in .New Jersey and adjoining slates,-,
have allowed the property to revert to
the original owners. The latter are
reorganizing under the name of the
I'nited States Brewing company, A
large bond issue has just been made
in favor of the English syndicate.
Macpherson Appointed Postmaster.
Ottawa. Aug. 12.���The noWc of the i
appointment of R. G. Macpherson, M.
P., to the |Kistmastership of Vancouver has been forwarded to him by
mall, according to a well Informed
source. The present postmaster, Mr.
Jonathan Miller, has applied for hi��
superannuation.,
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1 This Is My 40th Birthday
Duke of Teck.
The Duke of Teck, whose name in full Is Adolphus Charles Alexander Albert Edward George Philip Louis l.adislans, was born In
Kensington Palace, August 13, 1S6S, the grandson of the late Duke of
Cambridge, who was first cousin to the late Queen Victoria. The Duke
of Teck is still more closely related to the British royal family
through the marriage of his sister to the Prince of Wales. The Duke
was educated at Wellington and at the royal military school at Sandhurst. He became an officer of the Seventeenth lancers and distinguished himself in the South African war In 1S99-1900. In the latter year he succeeded his father to the title. In 1894 he was married
to Lady Margaret Grosvenor, daughter of the immensely wealthy
Duke of Westminster. ,._,,����_.
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Locater of  Stricken  City
Talks of Fernie's Early Days
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"Fernle   is   situated   right   in   the  often caused in the loss of lives and
midst of the Rocky mountains in the] property, both in the form of building
md of the most valuable kinds of tim-
beautiful Elk river valley." remarked
William Fernie at his residence, "Klm-
bolton," on Oak bay avenue, .Nelson, to
a Daily  .News  man recently.
"it was founded In the year 1S9S
and is a coal town, depending almost
altogether upon the Crow's Nest Pass
coal mines for its existence, although
the lumber industry, in the shape of
saw mills, etc., etc., has attained very
considerable proportions. But. of
course the coal mines form its greatest and most enduring support. And
as the first buildings were put up in
the month of August, 1S98, it is now
precisely ten years old.
"It was built upon what is known
as the B. C. Southern railway a branch
of the C. P. R., and it is almost needless to say that without this means of
communication, this great and important deposit of coal would be practically   valueless.
"Fernie's situation is very attractive
with the timber all round it, far too
close, In point of fact, for safety from
the very danger which has now twice
overwhelmed  it.    And  indeed,  1  am,
1   must   confess   surprised   that  after
their   tir_t   disheartening   experience,
greater precautions were not taken to
avoid it for the  future.    Nevertheless
it is to be remembered that this fire
began upon the other side of the Elk
nver, wiiich in itself is over one hun
dred yards wide, and y. t it crosed that
river and in  a case where the flames
will effectually cross so considerable
. itream, it is evident that an extreme-
large, area indeed must be thorough-
ileared away about a town in order
i prevent all peril from this partlcu-
source.   It appears lhal quite half
gale was blowing at the time, and
um timber catches flre In such cir-
.mstances, nothing, humanely speak-
ig can arrest lis progress,
'Why in  this city and in much lesB
perilous surrounding, I have seen blazing   shingles   carried   100   yards,   and
fore.    This fire crossed the river, and
did it with the greatest ease too.
"A claim for 5000 population was
made for Fernie this last yi ar, but
when I left it, seven years ago it had
about 2000 inhabitants. It grew very
slowly at the outset, and while a good
many of its people are either railroad
men or employed in Ibelumber mills,
lb., grout majority earn their living
in the coals mines and In the coke
ovens. This is the second time that
it. has been destroyed by fire, but I
cannot give the exact date of the other
��eoiilHifci*ation. It however occurred
.sojiie four or five years agi> and was
��� due to the same cause, the firing of
dried brush and timber, which through
.the gross parelessuesg ot those who
****!��� Ongageii in lumbering operations,
are left in the woods to give rise, as
has been so frequently the case In the
history of this province, to disasters
of the most poignant and serious description,
"1 will tell you plainly where the
trouble Is, and the government should
at the very earliest possibly moment
take steps to put an effectual stop to
these practices, as tar as this can be
accomplished by departmental regulations, and interference. Tho lumbermen go liijlo the woods and fell the
trees, and arter they have removed
what they wish to turn Into merchan-
able lumber they leave the butts and
tops and branches to dry out and become a constant source of danger to
the standing timber and to the community. And when, through any cause
and most frequently this ir, due to
carelessness, these large clumps of j
woodland debris catch lire, the heat
that. Is thrown off repldly becomes so
��xtraordinarlly Intense thai no one can
possibly endure It at any reasonable
distance, and In view of all these d'in-
j?ers that are perpetually threatened.
of the terrible calamities that have so
ber, the government should have inserted ln every tlmebr license a clause
absolutely compelling the lumbermen
to burn up every spring all this dangerous waste material, and prescribing heavy penalties for leaving it to
lie scattered abroad in the woods to
become a menace of the most terrible
character.
"This carelessenss is undoubtedly
the main cause of one-half of ths big
fires throughout the country, and once
a fire like that gets started it cannot
be stopped until it practically burns
itself out. Lightning very often gives
rise to these most disastrous con-
llagrations, and I am not making this
statement on mere conjecture, for in
a number of instances I have myself
seen lightning strike a tree, whence
shortly afterwards I have noticed
tiames appear.
"I don't of course know how this
disaster actually began, but to ascribe
it to the machinations of Black Hands
among the Italian element in Fernie's
population is in my opinion going valuer far afield. It is much more likely
more, due to meie catelessness. ,\ num
ber of men are engaged in the lumh.
camps, and one of these persons Is
liable at any time to drop a match
and start a fire among this dry brush
which in so many places in the I mber
is laying scattered around without let
or  hindrance.
"When Fernie was re mil;, brick and
cement structures were put up. I
do not know how many of this class
were erected, for 1 have not been in
town for some year.., but the walls of
the Crow's .Nest Pass Coal company's
offices were built with cement, and I
believe that these have not been destroyed. They however, in addit.on tj
this fact occupied a very advantageous
situation, being located in a wide open
space, near no other structures, and
consequently standing a much better
chance of being saved from destruc-
i Ion than any of the others.
"! was the original locator of this
Coal, and the town was named after
me, and I am still connected, although
not in any large way, with the Crow's
Nest Pass Coal company as a shareholder.
"I cannot say that I was the actual
liscoverer of the deposit, for we all
.*new many years before the date when
I filed my location that coal was to be
found In this pari ot* the country, bat
no one knew what its real value was
until I went in there and located the
mine. It is what is called semi-an-
thraclte. Some years ago It was tried.
In the British warships al. Esquimau,
but as we could not possibly supply
It to the fleet at the same price for
which the best Welsh steam coal could
e bought at this port we were forced
to abandon altogether the idea of entering Into a contract with the British
admiralty, although C really believe
that if we were now confronted with
the same situation which existed &t
thai time, i.e., if tbe British navy were
represented In our waters, we could
very advantageously meet their requirements ln this particular.
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada.
amalgamated under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
President Sir D. H. McMillan, K. C. M. G.
General Manager  J- w- deC. O'Grady
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
I
Branches throughout Ailbeita, British Columbia, Manitoba. Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
"S^******* -�������������������� ���������H^
P^eicnenLaclii
COMPANY, i
united
WHOLESALE-
and  RETjAIL
j pUTCHE R$
Building a Wall \
with our materials Insures on*
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It means a will tha;
will need no strengthening oi
bracing for years to come.
Let us have your order tor
bunding materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay ti -:
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
COLUMBIA
STREET
\   PKone 101 PUe
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X The Season Has Arrived for You I
Preserve Strawberri(
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent�� Be.
____fc___j___
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at. college in return for board would be
acceptable.    P. O. Box 667. City.
WANTED���Situation as ihird-class
engineer in city, or country preferred. Used to all classes of work
repairing and blacksmith work.
Box V., Dally .News.
I FOR    SAL__ ��� Motor    launch;    well-
found and f;i3t; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to -Motor ,  ..ox    M..
N'ew Westminster.
.   .�����_�����.���  -   ���* ���    ��� ������
A GOOD Japanese girl wants a position as house maid, washing, etc..
etc.    S.  Hayasb;,  Premier hotel.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   must lie moderate;     near
bridge preferred. Apply Post Office
Box 732.
line and offers exceptional advantages to anyone seeking a quiet
home. Price $1500.00 cash, or good
terms would be considered. Settlers'
Association of B. C . opposite Windsor hotel. N'ew Westmin. ���������r, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEE_.EY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P. 0. Six   835.
To Contractors
"" i
Tenders are requested for a three
storey building for the Knigh's of
Pythias, New Westminster, B.C Plans
and particulars at the office of the
architect. Tenders to be in by noon
17th August, 1908.
M. I). C.OODFEIal.OW.
They are in fine condition, and are toi
had'cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPUj
STORE than any other store in toij
Call   Us Up  and   Give   Us   Your
TME
Public Supply Stores
GEO. ADAMSl
Prop,
��� Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.   C        Phone 91 I
*************************+< ******************mM 3�� I
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a .\v.
ings Account?
THE NECESSITY of Baving ha? m 	
more apparent than at the present time.
ih
e
Architect.
FOR SALE���First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street; must be sold this week, as
parties are leaving town.
FOR SALE���An Al *f>()0 Bell piano
for $20(J; easy terms; apply 108
Second street.
Room  '-'.  Dominion  Trust   Block
Westminster. B. C.
New
Notice
WANTED ��� Two waitresses; apply
Kenny's restaurant. Columbia stiee*.
WANTED���Boy to iearn clothing business; apply Westminster Clothing
company.
TO RENT���Furnished room, suitable
for one- or two gentlemen; East
end, cl*e*e to town. Apply W. K.,
this office.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANT
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings nt tiie Empresses
August 7 and 21.
For' other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
,. Jj: C. P. R. Agent.
FOUND-Horrei 1 horse eame to my
premises 10th Inst.; brand on right
hind hip, T. E. over 'D. E. Owner
can have same by pa>ing expenses,
After expiration of notice will he
sold to defray expenses. A. II. MV--
Cauley, Yale Road, sevrn- miles from
Westmlnstw.
TO LET ���Largo furnished' front bedroom, near library, 287 Victorl* St.
fWB S T M I KB T E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new manasercent,
266 Columbia street, Phene 366, P-.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street we*t. Phone A 2350, Vajuiou-
ver, B. C
"WE are instructed to offer i'or sale a
six roomed house on Eighth street;
city wat.er ami electric light,. Price;
$l_r.0.00.. Terms $ii00.00 or $600.00
cash, balance by instalment, or attj.
other reasonable otters can be accepted. This ls now rented at
$14.0'* a month. Settlers' Association of B. C, opposite Windsor
hotel. New Westminster, B. C.
SUBURBa-VN HOME ��� We have for
sale a nice little home in the suburbs of this city, five roomed house,
cellar, good well, three lots In garden, well cultivated fruit trees;
outbuildings consist of stabl',
woodshed, chicken-houses with convenient back entrance. This is
about seven minutes from the car
Notice is hereby given thai the Van.
couver Power company, Limited, ha
this day deposited In tha Land Regis-1
try Office at the City of New Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and book of reference of the W'-'st-
mlnater-Chlillwack Rallwaj Extension
from a point at or near lots one and
two, city block four In the City of
New Westminster, to Ahbotsford passing through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta, Langley, VCatsiiui and
tli*' townaite of Abbotsfoni in the
Dlairlct. oil .New Westminster, being
section one. two and three of said
railway, aa shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and' Works for
the. Province of British ('obiml)ia.
OWed th't. 7th day of AugnSt, A.  D.
1 !��0H;
A. W. BECK,
Sinlcitirr   for   the   Vancouver   Power
Cbnrpaitty Limited.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of Satisfied
INTEREaST ADDED 4 TIMES A VIA
Put your money where il is accessible when yo
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW---I)()N'T DELAY.
New Wf.stminstkk Branch.      F. B. LYLE, Mgr.
COA
Pennsylvania
Blacksmith
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE  CO!
MAYERS y PRESTO
P. O. Bo��  345
QffltE: MT SIKH, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���
Phon��
H
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TTCKET AGENT
TO SEND YOtT OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Ei��ht Trains Every Dav ta the Y*ts\
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paid
and Chicaga
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest aad best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
| both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
r GENERAL AGENT,
���*  tjo Second Avtnue, Seattle. Walk
B. C. Mills, Timber
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTB
Manufacturers ani Dmatmra m All Kind* ot
| Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,  Mouldings,  Sash,
��� Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION'
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and
����������������������� ^^_^^B
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12.
*���������������*���_���>�������������������� THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
:e to Contractors
m,
Ki.:     i i..a*i.t;-:i*.a   addressed to
fcr-i^n- !. marked on    the   en-  anci
ITi'iiil'. for Construction," will  The
case of refusal or failure on the pari
of the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute a contract
Willi the said Commission*:.-', and to
furnish the additional approved security within ten days after the acceptance of the tender, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such ri Eusal or failure and all ''; ��� ���-
tnacl   rights acquired  by the  accept-
of lhe tender shall he forfeited.
cheques   deposited   by   parties
I . office of the Com-
of the Transcontinental
al Ottawa, until tvelve
moon of Thursday, the 20th
Pm gus'. 1908, for the-work re-
Iter the construction, in ac-
��� with the . lans, profiles and
tlon: of the Commi isioners,
Mowing Becti ins of the Trans-
tui Railway, viz:
trict "C."���From a point do-
on the plans or    the Com-
���   >\'< :��� montachene,   ln
Ince of Qu   iec, DO.:;.,  miies
J ih" north abutment'  of   the
!       e,  i such point being on
Bdiarj    n * ������   ' n   Disl ricta   "C"
') westerlj  tor a distance   of
miles.   Date of completion,
it: ii r, 1910.
���isiiii i "C."���From a poinl de
cm the plans of the Commis-
aboul ;"i" miles west of
tachene, In the Province of
westerly to the end of the
runk Pacific Railway Coin-:
bntract, a distance of about
lies, Late of completion, 31st
r, 1910.
strlcts "D" and "E."���rrom
esignated on the plans of the
loners, being at the western
auquier Bros.' Abitibi eon-
ih.   Province of Ontario, in a
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
BURNABY DISTRICT
. HAS GREAT fliTURE
"THE
TRADE  MAI
whose ti aders are accepted will he de-
posited in ihe credit of the*Recetver
General of Canada as part of the security  for the due nml faithful  performance of the contract according
Its  terms.     Cheques    deposited    by i
parties whose lenders   are    rejected
will  be returned  within ten days af-!
ter the signing of the contract.
Attention is culled to the following
clauses In the form of contract:
"AU mechanics, laborers, or other
persons \*fho perform labor for the
purposes of tho construction of the
works hereby contracted for! shall be
paid such wages as are generally ac-
cepted aa current for competent workmen In Hi" distrlcl in which the work
elng performed, and If there is i
uo current rule in su**h district, then
i fair and reasonable rate; and, In
the event, of a dispute arising as to
what Is Ihe'cuirent or a fair and rea- |
Bonable rate, it shall be determined by
the Commissioners, whose decision
���shall he final."
"This agreement is subject, to the
regulations now in force, or which
may nt any time hereafter he in force
du ring the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department, of Labor,
and which are, or shall he, applicable
to such works." (The schedule of
minimum  wages determined upon  by
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   KADI OKLY BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TOR.ONTO
(Continued  lion Page Oue.i
;. i hange .ii the
a peel  ol    I ii
GILLETTS
ABSOLUTElfPURE
CREAM
TARTAR.
Nearly all goods in thia line af the
present time are adulterated and in
fact unfit to uss,
GILLETT S is used by the best bakers aed
caterers everywhere.
REFUSE     SUBSTITUTES.
GILLETT'S ccsis no more than the inferior
adulterated goods.
BEFU5E     SUBSTITUTES.
E.W.GILLETT^rT*?S
TORONTO.ONT.
���W
������������  co umunitj ol Bui na  .. la .   has
: stn tigthened by 1
" tier       :���!     qllil '     r
A   lozen u< ..   n i Idi m
ig up within a twelve month, l c. i
are aboul to be erected, -..
ous .a Idi i",,    m,| improvi m n ���
ii - fi    ia li   to     nn   oi   thi    Idei
��� -���    a the valli y.  *
���    lion in land  va
��� "> iy Ial a notable   cir
Mi'.:;i ii  . and others an     notii   ..       instance ol   receni   times.    Onlj    a
thai  the only  persons authorized    io  year or two ago li wa   nol difficult to
'{.ifrcjiase an thing for the British i   ���      :-'!l  ranch u   residential sites at a
lun: .i :   Electric    Railway    Co.,   Ltd.    '   -'  dollars r ���   acre, bul   todaj
either for the Westminster or ( hilli-   ���   '    be   aid I i  be  the bottom  price
rue jtu vount
MALUM YOO'Hl
ITS r,OH-BB[J>K\
JTCU���MJHlt.
FOR SALE BY
NOTICE.
he loci : m ini ger, ed or pi rtially  cleared  I md,
Westminsti i or the
ROFESSIONAL.
; gent, V incouver.
Requisitions on 11 e comp in;'   regu.
lar forms, signed bj  either of i
mentioned parties,   mu it   accompany
all orders, otherwise the accounts will
not be recognized.
F. K. GLOVER,
Acting General Manag< i
New  Westminster, B-C,  M'g. 0. 190?
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
iai > bu h sites fetching $300 and
i As n cently as Monday last the
��� ri cordi il the sale of a small
I lock of pasture a( a .rice appro ich-
Ing $500 pei  acre.   Thi re are unmi i-
��� le Indications  thai    before    the
��� -'-nt yi ar closes th<   communil, ol
ni'.ij.v   Lake   will   be   Increased   by
arrival   of  several   new     set Him-.
.part from us position as a ri _.< li
us   and residential   district   Burnaby
i     e possesses Bome substantial com-
clal interests, four mills operating
. on the two lakes.   Electric lighl and
are supplied by the B. C. Elec-
���    mpany, and telephone communl-
has just been established with
A  Hardman.     A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
ar.d   HEATING
Front Slice.    Trust Blocl)
Tenders Wanted
r nders    ire
a tors     up
ISth of August,
Invited    from     i m
to     2     p.m.,     the
1908, tor the 11 ecti. u
A.
VHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   Solicitor,  etc.,    42  Lorne  Street,
opposite Court House, Xew Westminster.    Phone 143.
W
IITESIDE   &   EDMONDS, Barrls-
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street,   N'ew    Westminster.
W. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
direction for a distance   of j paid Department will form part of the
!.._! miles Bate of completion, Icontract).
fcmber, 1910. ��T-ne contractor shall in connection
Bstrict "E."���Prom a point de-   with  the whole of the said work, as
ft the plans of the CommiB-  far us practicable, use only material,
���about sixty miles west of the machinery, plant, supplies nnd rolling
boundary of District "K," In I stock manufactured or    produced    in
pnee  of Onl rio,  easterly  to , Canada, provided the same ean ,le ob-
of Fauquier  Bros.'  contract, (jaine* as cheaply, and upon as good
Lake  Nepigon,  distance of terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
|0 miles.   Date of completion,  regard to quality and price."
.'       r, 1910, The contractor shall conform to the j Westminster,    Trapp    Block
i    ic" and "P."���From  flre regulations adopted by the Com- Clarkson ami i_orne streets.
on the plans of the  missioners, ami also to the laws and' .     ������
n the western end of  regulations respecting fires in the dif-
ilract north of Lake  ferent provinces wherein the work is
..eing  performed.
The right is reserved to reject an..
or all tenders.
By order,
1'. E.  RYAN*.
Secretary.
No   connection    with
combine.
any
llstrlc
MARTIN &  McQUARRIE, HARRIS-
ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices, New
cornel
! B
In  th .ince of Ontario,
to  a poinl   at or near  Dog
Idistanci     ' about  120 miles.
a.   1st   September,
1 WORGE IC. MARTIN, Barrister am
1 Solicitor, Oulchon block. Colum
Ih .od McKenzie streets. New West
ilns'ei    R   C.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
' on iwa. 18th .Inly, 1908.
this advertise
let "F." -Prom a point de-
the plans of the Commis-
'  or  near  liog   Lake,  in  the
ol i ini.i: in. to a point at  or
:.'i we I of whal  is known
da Crossing, by alternative]    Newspapers Insertin
-i.nwn on the'plans, a dis-   '""'���'    w*,****,*t    authority    r''<���    '>>*'
.un   23 70    lyiles    by    the ; Commissioners, will not he paul for .1.
i ute, ami 24.13 miles by the	
ii'. and the selection of \
be ai the option of the j
��� Date of i ompletlon,'
It-     ier, 1909,
profiles and specifications
seen In the office of the chief
r of the Coinm:s_ lone.s at
also in the office* of the fol-
Distrlct Engineers, viz; .lohn
t\ei,ug District Engineer, North
iii ; T. S. Armstrong, Nepigon,
ml s. u.  I'oulin, St. Boniface,
W
.orner
streets,
.   H ANSFO RD.    Barrister
Sodcitor, e'e., Crescent block,
Coin uihi a     and     McKenzie
N'ew Westminster. B. O.
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A 377.
li les of the B. c. Telephone com-
I anj
'���   ���   uorthern end of Eurnal y mv.nl-
cipality  which has the  Burrard inlet
foi its natural boundary line, with the
old  town of  Barnet thereon, has not I to V.
j enjoyed  quite the same  measure    of
! progress  and  development   thai    has
j marked the lower or southern portion,
iiartiy because of its greater distance
i ��� ., .... ,    , -I seen  at  my  office
I from the  city of    Westminster    and |
i [iiirtly hy reason of the lack of facili
and completion of three Isolation buildings for the Board of Managers of the
Royal Columbian hospital, Tenders
are to be addressed to W. II. Keary,
secretary of hospital hoard, and envelopes to he superscribed, "Tender
for Isolation Buildings"; also tenders
are invited from plumbing firms
for certain trapping and venting
of the sewers of the Royal Columbian hospital up to the above mentioned date, and addressed as above
H. Keary, Esq.
Lowest or any tender uot necessarily accepted.
Plans and specifications can be
in   the    Guichon
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
tins tendering   are notified that
will not be considered unless
le duplicate, and on the printed
pupplled by the Copimissioners.
Iparate tender must be Bubmit-
each Section.
Vi Bhall  not he in any  way
\       rejj upon the cla islflcation
��� iher Information given by any
tm behalf of the Commlsslon-
lii      bei  su,milling   any   ten- .
Bil    in      i.niid   make   a     careful
il  lti ui     ul*     the    pluus.   pioliles,
and   specifications,   and   read
Bill . Ill Ile executed, and  tjllly  ltt-
|ti sehes  as  to the  quantity
ualltj    of   materials,   and  chai'-
of  workmanship  required;   and
nderstooil to accept and agree U_ ,
find by, the terms and conditions
form of contract, sCecifloatlops, I
Innexed to the form of tender.
th   tender  must    he  signed  and
by all the parties to thc tender,
vlinesseil  and he accompanied by
Ccepled cheque   on   a   chartered
of tho Dominion nf Canada, .pay-
���to lhe order of the Conunlssion-
}1  the Transcontinental Railway,
Blows:
Iec, N^ 1, District "(."..$ir>o,000
sec. No. 2, District "C".. U.0,000
Sec. No. :>,, Dist. "D & E". 150,00..
Si c. No. 4. District "E" . . 150,000
��ec. No. B, Dist. "I. & F".. 200,000
Sec. No. fi, Distrlcr "P".. 100,000
person whose tender Is accept-
lull within ten days after the ac-
liice thereof furriish sueh nddi-
approved security as mny l>e
���red i y thp Commissioners; sign
imtract, s-peelflcatlonl) ami other
bents required to bo signed by
pid Commissioners; nnd, in any
ROOFING
Standard for
15 Years.
"THE GRAND OLD ROOFING"
For Your BarnR.
For Your Outbuilding?.
For Your Poultry-hou808.
For Your Roeldohcc.
M��de in  three   nermnnent  colon���
CRAY, RED, BROWN,   Contalni
A no tar; will n"i melt,    Containn ro
rL paper; will nut rei.   Will not cinch
t*vl un.' from sparks.    Any hnndj' man
''���'A can apply ii.   Si i  I Ioi sai ipli    mid
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Designs
Copyrights &c.
Anrnno npnillnf' p . kotcb nni diacrtptlotl mn?
Quickly asoartsln <>"r opinion frco wnotuer a"
fntenil'in Is prfibolly r;iLeii(;.l 1m. ' < mrounl(��.
ttlms. irlctl. cnnllJfci.:lal. HAHOtOOK On Tatvuts
tent iri-a. Oldest aoenc; for BOcurtniPatent*.
p'lii-nia (ukiin tlinnich Mur.i. i. Co. reculve
tpcclaliwtU'e, wtthoulctmrKO, InUio
Scientific American.
A handsomely Uluntruttil wei'Kly. I_.-_ryost clx-
cnluili'U ot _nj Kcioiuitlc )nurual. 'rcrias lor
Ciuii-tii, *.rtb d year, pottage prepaid.   Sold by
all ntws.teai.r-.
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Branch CUBco, 62i If SU Waih'.outon. D. C.
WESTM1NSTER-STEVEST0N
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
I. aves Brackman ^ Ker's wharf
N w Westmiii : ir, at "��� p m. dally
exi ept Saturdays, for Sunbury,
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
Intermediate points, carrying passengers  and  light   freight.
Returning leavea Steveston at 6
a.m. and Ladner T a.m., arriving al
New Westminster !��:*J0 a.m. daily
except  Saturdays.
Saturdays  leave  Steveston   at   6
a.m. and 4 p.m. for up river points
Saturdays leave .New  Westminster
at  2   p.m.
Tickets, rates, etc.. at
WHITE;,   SH1LKS   &   CO-
SCO Columbia street, or on hoard.
.1.   C.   BRUCE.
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'feook
et
T. J, Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
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Hardware, Etc.     Columbia Street
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailing* between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and CHILLIWACK,
1 calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with pas-
I sengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman &   Ker    wharf,
: New   Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   m.
t_eave3 Chilllwacl. Wednesday, Fri-
i day ami Sunday at 7 a. m.
Por rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
1 R. WH1TMORF. Secretary.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ... -flMO0.000.QP
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
���ranch.* throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  ln  London,  England,
Now York, Chicago and SpoKtM, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking Bntlness TranMet*.
Letters ef Credit Issued, available wltL correspondents In all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 end upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per <jenL per annum (present rate) added
four times ��� year.
Tetel Assets over $168,000,000.00. <*,
N'SW WESTMINSTER BRANCH a. U. BRYMNER. Manner
tics for intercommunication. But if
current rumor is worthy credence this
di feet is likely to be remedied in the
mn very distant future so thai this
extensive outlying area will e placed
in direct car communication with Njw
West minster and Vancouver. The proposed electrification of the Great
Northern railway will also be an !-:n-
portant factor in the future development of this portion of Burnaby,
whicli, whilst it contains num runs
farms and ranches, has also many
hundreds of acres of land as yet untouched. A notable work of Improvement In this locality hus been the receni completion of the Gunn road,
thus opening a direct means of access
between the North road and Vancouver.
The municipality of Burnaby cum-.
' prises an area of 21,000 acres, and ex- ;
i tends from  the Burrard inlet on the |
.north, to the North Arm of the Praser
on the south, having the city of New
Westminster and the municipalitj  of
I Coquitlam  on  the east  and the city
of Vancouver on the west.   The ad- i
i ministration of the affairs of the muni-;
I clpality has been carried on   by    a
| council composed of business-like ani
enlightened men with Reeve Byrne at
j their head.    They have made excellent  iis(. of the means afforded them
: for the steady and    continuous   im-
irovemenl of   ihe    district,    without
'either   undue extravagance    or parsi- \
mom, alwavs with an Intelligent coni-
prehension of the future weds of the
area in their charge. The mtmiclpality
hai   an assessable value of $1,717,350;
lis population is something over   one
thousand souls.   The educational   requirements if Burnaby have bi en kept
well i" the fore by the board of trustees, of (vhlch  E,  Clayton  Is chali
iiTiii. There aiv six good schools, each
being located In a convenient centre.
Two of these, known reapfctivejy as
Lakeview,   al    Burnaby    Lake,   ami
Johnson Road school, have just been
completed  and In  their design    and
construction all the most  recent  im-
i pTovements and facilities for   educa.
1 tlonal work have been embodied. Thei
religious   needs   of    the    community
���have nol been neglected.   Various n -
llgious bodies have plac<*-s of worship
In Or adjacent to the more    populous
centres.    The Methodists   have   just
opened a new church at East Burnaby
and a handsome new edifice is about
lo be erected by the Church of England on a central site   on    Edmonds
street and Hastings road that will be
convenient  for resfdents  ai   Burnaby
Lake and East Burnaby.
EDWIN G, W
SAIT.
Architect.
NOTICE
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders are invited iby the Trustees
of Queens Avenue Methodist Chure..,
for the erection and completion of .an
addition to Queens Avenue Methodist
Church, New Westminster. Tenders
io be addressed to JOHN A. LEE,
New Westminster, and marked "Tender for queens Avenue Methodist
Church.''
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
Tenders to be in on or before Aug.
15th, 1908.
I'laiy   and   specification.-
seen at John A
porlum.
HOOPER & WATKINS.
. Architects.
JOHN A. LEE.
Secretary of Commlttc
may   be
Lee's Furniture Em-
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work In Westminster."
These are the words of one
ot our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PAINTING THAT 13 CORRECT
MIGRATE PRICE
thTshiip THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
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Whereas proof of the.loss of certificate of title number  7460 E, issued
In the name of Donald   Fraser,   has
ibeen ftled in this office.
Notice is here*by given that I shall,
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VUIII Ul     ITILUi    1T1INnil (dui)iicate of the said certificate, unless
iin the meantime valid objection be
Corner Eighth St. snd   Fifth Avenue made to me in writing.
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PHONE *70 j District Registrar of Titles.
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P.tGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY   Aim
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pul>
lishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
��.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
yfViS^t-':,
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' the work for which the King Edward
was built is yet to be done and is
urgently needed to make safe the
channel followed by shipping loaded
at ihe Fraser River Mills, if these
gentlemen do not at once cease their
obstruction their resignations will be
asked for, The work must go on and
the Government at Ottawa will be
ilamable If it allows itself to become
the tool of officials who have long
outlived their usefulness.
THURSDAY  AUGUST  13,  1908.
WELCOME HOME.
Boys I You are welcomed home.
You have won a victory that staggered
the lacrosse world I Had you been
defeated you would have still been
welcomed home, because we would
have known you did your best. You
have been true to the highest interests
of your city and have proved yourselves gentlemen as well as sports,
doing credit to lt everywhere.
WHY THE DELAY ?
li is more apparent every day that
the work of straightening and deepening the Fraser River Channel should
not be further delayed, it is getting
to be common property thut one. or
two officials in the enforced absence
of the Resident Engineer are putting
their opinion up against that of the
eminent engineer who came to the
river with a high reputation of knowing just what is necessary to be done
to accomplish the desired end of giving a thirty foot channel to the Gulf
of Georgia, it is understood they
favor dredging rather than the simple
and less costly method recommended
by him in his report of harrowing
from the wall at the outer edge of
the sandheads by means of chains
operated from a specially constructed
frame at the stern of a tug boat wh n
the tide turns to fall and as long as
it is outgoing. This, with the twenty-
five ton rocks placed at the north side
of the river to protect the new channel as it. is cut, will allow the silt disturbed on the lower reaches to pass
out beyond the natural wall now at
���be outer edge of the sandheads into
one hundred feet of tidal water to be
carried away for all time. Engineer
Le Baron distinctly stated that a
dredge could not be oi��erated successfully at the sandheads and his opinion should prevent any portion of the
present grant tor the Fraser River being frittered away on a dredge to be
taken away as the present one is. to
do wOTb in  no b inse pressing, while
j    WHAT NEXT ?
The fool killer must be on vacation
in Vancouver. His assistance is sadly
needed in the Sporting Editor's room
of the News-Advertiser, as evidenced
by the idiotic statement in yesterday's
issue of that paper that Alex. Turnbull
would lose his amateur standing because his homecoming expenses were
being paid by his club. If he loses his
standing, what about all the other
members of the team who Will arrive
today with the silverware under their
protection? If any ofthe lacrosse
teams of the Province go ajjel | to play
a match, their expenses and return
fare being paid would not disqualify
them as amateurs. After the season
is over, or at any time, if Papa Turn-
bull Is honored by a place on anj
representative Canadian team to play
in any part of the world, his ex
penses would have to be met, and the
rule- of the association cannot ,', e
corkscrewed to disqualify him. Much
as we think the Vancouver sports
would like to hug the Minto cup, lei
the embrace cost them little or nothing, we cannot think ten persons In
her whole population seriously agree,
with the rattled brained effusions of
yesterday's News-Advertiser. Let the
fool killer get to work, gather that
sport (?) and ship him to the Mile
End lacrosse grounds, Montreal, to
the care of Hoobln the executioner.
In the meantime Alex. Turnbull's wel-
come awaits him here in the Royal
City, come when and how he may. regardless of consequences.
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R. G. Macpherson, M. P. J. B. Kennedy, M.  P.
Lib
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A meeting of the Liberals of Westminster and
district will be held in Hardman's Hall, McKenzie
street, on the evening of
Several prominent outside speakers will address
the electors.
ORCHESTRA   IN ATTENDANCE
W. W. B. Mcl-mes=== Robert Jardine
We find our stock is still far too heavy. In
order to make room for fall goods, which
will arrive in a few clays, we have d< cided
to continue our sale for two weeks.
Prices   Cut
A Quarter! A Third! A Halt
MEN'S SUITS.
110.00 Sui  -...                       $7'50
CHILDREN'S     BUSTER     SL I . a     \
FINE   WORSTEDS   AND TWEEOS
1. 00 Suits                        *
.'. im  Suits   	
$1 ..il  Suits.	
CHILDREN'S     WASH     SUITS     ���.���,_.
BLOUSES  AT   HALF  PRICL
$'' 'Tv  Suits  	
MEN'S    FANCY    VESTS    IN  LINEN,
DUCK, WORSTEDS.  ETC.
$2.00 Vests  $1-70
... nn  Suits   	
$1.50 Sui'.,   	
.him  Suits            50;
MEN'S  FANCY   LISLE   HALF   HOSE.
WE    HAVE    LEFT    A    FEW    TWO-
PIECE   SUMMER   SUITS.
$12.50  Suits                 :*
Men'*, Boys' and Children's Straw Hats Half Price
$3.00 Straw  Hats   $1-50 75c Straw Hats         We
$2.25 Straw Hats  $1.15
$1 50 Straw  Hats  $1.25
One  Straw   Hats
50c Straw   Huts
30c
25c
Reid& Companl
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The   Clothiers
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People Are Flocking to Our Great Shoe Sale
Singly and in bunches. Sometimes the whole family
comes. Have,you been in yet? Hardly see how you
C9.n afford to stay away if you expect to continue to
wear shoes.
All our shoes, of all sorts, for all kind of feet, are being offered i_,n<1 sol(1 at Prices
so low that wise people are saving money by spending it. Ti>. 1)est paying
investment you can make these days is a
SHOE   INVESTMENT   Al    THIS   SALE
-  .
Boys Who
Need Shoes
Are The Boys   p j
We Want to See
$3.50 buys a man's boot, in ian calf, patcnl leather .tr it**, the re6-u-
lar price being $5.00 and $5.60
$5.00 wm buy any pair of men's American  $6.50   "Walk Owr"  boot*
in  patent  leather,  velour, calf and  tan.
$2.25 buys any pair of our line of men's $3.00 medium weighl working
boots, both in lace anil elastic sides.
75c will purchase anv pair of children's $1.25 tan, whit,. ,.q,i black
Qxfords or slippers, from size 5 to 7Vi..
95c does the tric'J. f*v" ('lliMn'n'H H-60 and $1.;.**, mmiJMr Bhoei
Baby'a Sl.oo lace aritf *..'1,to" loot�� 60c a pair.
For $2.50 we offer any  ir*"**.' "' a '-no of '���������'',l1 ladies' Ame    '1 ':'"v-
wme patents, tans atttJ *'"" mfltftli, V
i   ur choice of any $3.00 1ml.-v*   black and  cm Oxfords foi  J-00.
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Ladies' Good  Mouse Shoes 75c a Pair|
Rememb
OY   YOU'LL HAVE  TO HURRY TO GET SHOES AT
c#     THESE PRICES.     We don't know what would become
HURRYfGHURRUed 8elling Shoes at suc h low %urcs-    So aSain wesay>
Johnston 'sBigShoeltallrf.
Sign of Big Elec/ric fccf, New Westmiiw^r
THIS IS
EVERYBQ
SHOE
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The Largest Shoe Store in Sritish Co_*mWi iRSDAY. AUGUST   13,   1908.
THE DAIJ >. V
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-'tM.ujga.	
The Cash Stores | T.   M .   Smith Tlie Cash Stores
Sale
OF
Children's
Wash Dresses
tinted Lawn and Gingham
Mot ier Hufcbardor Buster Brown Btyles'navy, sky. pink, or red with white, bIx months to flve years,
50c
'tearing Boys'Blouses at 50c
Na.i and white aud all white galatea or satin (luck, deep sailor collar, one *.ld    itrap and three rows
i on front  aud collar.    You would  pay as much for making here.    They are In    all  sizes.    For    quirk
,50c
fundreds  of Snow - White
/��_/��?#��� c   to be unloaded at an average of half
tlloio price. The balance of our reserve
Itock placed t on the quick sale tables, and prices
bwered for bigger business.
ne Table of $1 50 to $1.7. values at  $1.00
ne Table of $2.no to $2.50 values at   $1.50
_e Table of $2.50 to S3.50 values at   $2.00
^H BETTER  QUALITIES  REDUCED  IN   PROPORTION.
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Importers' Samples
Three-hundred ends and feelers of black and colored silks, finest dualities up to $2f>0 per yard: useful
fnds for skirts, skirt frills, dress trimmings and millinery on sab- at, each  25c
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Another Great Hosiery
Saving*   At 25 cents
(Broken ranges, odd doiens and h.ilf d-i.eii. ln fftSI black and tan for id Blrla and women, botlt
One ci'.isiic ribbed and plain, many reduced to less than bal! original prici I ���  oosl the hol'serj business ���**(
Jrour city's best and biggest store.
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25c and 40c W ide Lace
At 10c Yard
Laces inj (hie eyelet embroidery about fifty piece.; to pick from. !_<v tu pairs and cream    is wedl   as
I'e and all widths up to six inches, and values to 15c for, -tor yard    ,.... 10c
Cut News
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neeting   if  the  board of coi    t
society  will :..   hi d
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'���'"'  cul   Bo ��� ��� 's for any floral  work,
r!nS ui' florist.   Phone 184. ���
rther si ���        tions tor the Pi'i'me i j
I would be welcome and wl
be acknowledged by the committee.
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That  no   matter what.
vou need in CARPETS
or FURNITURE, you
will find it here.
We offer you satisfac
tion in prices as well a.-. X
in quality. ���
Take a look at our $1& ���
Sideboards, regular $20.
i   bargains to be pro-
'    ' '  during the nexl  few    days    at
Johnston's  big  shoe store. **
.1. M Wis.., ol the Depot hotel, will
make a short business and pleasure
trip to Seattle this week.
No) made to please the eye, but to
please the  palate.    The  "B. C."  and
! "Old Sport" Cigars. *���
The funeral takes place today at
Cloverdale of George R White, a
young man aged 24, who.-,, death took
place on Tuesday,
Tour outing will be Incomplete without a box of "B. (.'." Cigars.
The dipper dredge   Ajax    will   be
readj   to  be handed over to the di
partment shortly,   it has not yel been
decided al out the trial trips, but this
matter wlll be arranged In a tew da;
Km sale-Seven roomed house.
i bath room, pantries, closets, wood
shed; horse stall, carriage housi
unit : ���- s; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, if��2 Fighth
street. **
The Japanese of this city have
handed In to City Treasurer McQuarrie the sum ol $21.iin collected from
their countrymen to swell the Pernie
relief fund.   This is only a part of the
total to come from this source.
I
For Iiis: class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son.
Ilorists.    Tel   B 208. **
Adj.   and   Mrs   (iosling  left   yesterday afternoon on the evening train for
Nelson, where they take charge ofthe
Salvation   Army   corps  at   that   point.
I Until  the  arrival   of Capt.  and     .Mrs.
I Quaife, Hie services will he conducted
i
] by  local officers.
Koinenibei Uheri E Oreenlaw is
I in Bing at   the OUvel   Baptlsl   church
, on  Tilesda.v.  the  1s;;; **
The tennis tournament of the local
club ��ili commence tomorrow afternoon. Those taking arl an i equest
ed i" watch this papei e ich morning
during the tournamenl bo thai they
will know ii om tl.i v in day the hour
at which each match is to be played
Clearing oui  all our summer !iool
and   shoes   to  make way   [or  the  swell
fall and winter goods,   Johnston's big
shoe- store.
Mrs. Ferguson, one of the managers
of the Royal Columbian hospital,
writes to s friend In this city thai she
I is looking over the city hospital al
Boston. Mass.. where the convention
of the Knights of Pythias and Pythian
Sisters js being held.
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LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lorne  Street.      Phone  73.
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the well known pastor of the Kirs;'
Presbyterian church of the same city,
are down for addresses on two evenings. Tbe convention will open on
Wednesday, September 2, and continue
for the next five days.
I. Roble, who left some weeks ago
for a visii to his old home at Winnipeg, returned On Wednesday evening.
An  auction  sale will be    held    at
he   Fashion  livery  stables on  Friday
afternoon  ni \i   and each    succeeding
fri lax afternoon.   Sale commences at
: I,     Horses,   cattle,   rigs,   etc.,   will
e included. **
Mrs.  W'inten, of Oakland.  Cal.,    is
spending a few weeks in Westminster,
uesi of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. P. McDonald.
The Ramona brought dowu seventy
passengers from up river points yes-
ii rday afternoon, a large number coming in ihis city for the purpose of
assisting in the Minto cup celebration.
Because of the heavy shipments from
Chiliiwack and nearby points, several
ions of freight had to be left behind
at other porl -
The attention of the sporting editor
of   the   \'w.   Ad.ert.ser   Is   called     to
section 2 of article 6, of the constitution of the B. C. Amateur Lacrosse as-
Bociation, which explains thai a player
loses his amateur standing If he accepts money 'except for his actual
travelling and hotel expenses." in
spite of the Bquib writer's fears that
Alex, Turnbull may bi professionalised
If his rare back to this city Is paid by
the l'"';l1 club, the proceeding W mid
be quite in accordance wilh H C A
L. A   rules.
The opera house �� u - w ell filled ��� -'
ivi ning win n the Pollard Lilliputian
company played another of thel
pertotre, this being the ever popular
Florodora." The applause was fi
quent, 'is tbi- comedy Ins the merit of
giving all the performers a chance.
hike so many other plays of this class,  p
No more n-sed of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE  IN  CANADA
Man orders   'llec   samt  flay  as received
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good  Rubber Stamps"
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And ail the principal business centers oi
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via ;Niagara Falls.
For Tim <*> Tables, etc.. adHress
GEO. W. VA'jX.
Assistant (_en'l Passenger ar.d Ticket
Aeent. 135 Adams St.. Cl.b-ft.ro, III.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9     ���
L7:2B ami 19:35.
Arrive at    N'ew Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18 35 and 20Uft
Overland    express    arrives    1.2:4-5
leaves 1 r>: 1 u.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. \\T. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
m.
H. SMITH
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eadquarters for Women s I
Ready-to- Wear j
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The .od/ of David England, who
was drowned from his launch at Burnet recently, was seen floating on the
water by ladies yesterday, and Aid.
Johnston went out from liU summer
residence. Carrahclly. nnd the '.'���cured
the body. The Vancouver police were
informed,
We are   ottering   the   biggest   snaps,
ever heard of in N'ew Westminster at j
our great   shoe  sale,    Johnston's  bis
shoe hortse. ** j
A circular has been Issued  bv    the <
C/QidAM  of   the   H.  C.   Association    ci\
Flre thief'.*, and  Firemen  Inviting at-
tendance  at   the    annual    convention]
here on the last three days of Sept em-'.
ber.    Tho officers  of the  association
are president,   chief Watson;    vice-
president, Chief Savage, Orand forks;
treasurer,    Chief    Fink,    Cranbrook;!
and secretary, Chief Deasy. Nelson     j
John Hendry lias thAdS known hi*
Intention of donating two prizes,
valued at $1.-, and $10, to be awarded j
to the first and second rompetors In j
the 220 yaVd dash In the Sons Ot
Scotland sports to he held during the
provincial exhibition.
The British Columbia convention of
Christian Endenvorers to be held   at
We��(_>jr     church,    Vancouver,     next
month,   will have  special interest to
Ttoyftl City Endeavorers as Rev. W. j
H.    BatTilclough    ls    now    provincial
president, and Rev. A. E. Hetherington.   of   Columbia   Methodist college,
| secretary.    Rev. .1. 8. Oliver, a tern-
peraiVco' oft-tor of Toronto, will come
WetK ffyeciftUy for the meeting.   Rev.
���Dr  Whrfmari,  of  the    First    Baptist
���'Al.Hrt.iJ, &_mf�� n:ii Rev. Or. Ma h'vws,
the scene  lakes  place on a mythical
island, the players are.not  tied down
'o strict  tails, and considerable ati in
lion is    given   to songs   and prettj
dresses.    The famous Bextette; "Telll
Me  Pretty  Maiden"  was  well    taken
Teddie McNamara, as the proprietor
of   the  island,  entered   fully   into   thel
part, while  Ivy  Pollard cast as  Unly
Holyroml, and Hose-    Mcdorlick    personating Dolores did their roles better
than many adults,    praise is also due,
V., W.  ft Y.~VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. Md 9-.m v- m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
Q. N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
laeave New Westminster J: 50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p ra.
Leave Gulchon 6 a- m . arrive New
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
B. C. BLBCTR1C���VANrOUVKL
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:80,
:G:50, 7:20 and S a.m., and ev^ry bait
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver  tor  Westminster ��t
to Eva Pollard as Abercoed. manager'. .���   ��� ������   _ ������
t      ��� ,.,,,. ,       _��� 5:50,  6:50,  7:20 and  half hourly  till
for  Cyrus  Gllfaln.    The  minor  parts �����������*�����      j
were well played.
11:30 p-m..
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Yes, you can read accounts almost every day of the splendid record being made by the flre companies I represent paying losses.
They are already paying their losses ln Fernie and have large
reserves. I        :
Our Rates Are Low���Enquire
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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thursd;
-UGUSt
CHALLENGER TO DUEL IS
IMPRISONED FOR A MONTR
Berlin, Aug. 12.���For having challenged State Attorney Uleiclier to a
duel with pistols Baron Johan von
Reitsenstein, a captain in the Saxon
army, has been senl uce,\ to one
month's Imprisonment. During the
process against Miss Olga Molitor, in
w":c!i the Baron was called to testify,
la accused the Stati Attorney of having Insulte I his wife, Baroni s- A i i
*ui Monger en. The rother of ihe
Baroness who had carried the challenge to the in toi m y was .s. ih to pi I-
son for em week.
This is only one instance of how
the authorities are trying to do away
with the duelling habit, Simultaneously witii the baron, twenty members  of    the    Klansthaler    Mountain
m-
Academy, who had challenged a num- ���
ber of academical officers, were sen-, J
fenced to long terms of Imprisonment 'J
by the coun al Goettinfeen, They ���
h ���, e app aled the case, and declare | a
thai there is no law In Germany for* J
bidding duels, and thai the fact that
an army man who refuses to accepl
a challenge is expelled from the army
in disgrace proovea thai duels are
not illegal. ,
are: your eyes
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them ex-   *.
amined.      We   make  no  charge
for testing your eyes.    All work
cjuaranteed.
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AUGUST 13.
1794���Battle of Bellegarde. between
the French and Spanish.
TS06���Miranda abandoned his conquests on the Spanish Main
and sailed to Aruba.
1S22���An earthquake .-devastated a
large part of Syria.
1S6S���Body of Thaddeus Stevens lay
in state In the capital at
Washington.
IS70���Marshal Bazaine appointed commander-in-chief of the French
army in the war with Prussia.
J898���Spanish surrendered Manila to
the Americans.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
from   Geo.  Ada
Crocei
Lemon Kali
Fresh from the Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
Ryall's Drug Store
At
Eyes Tested  Free
Ladles' Gold Watcnes  trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watch" opei
l?.ce, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, doubl*.
case, $7.50 up,
Anent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the WeUrnan
Arctic Ex oe dltlon.     Ml warranted.
Chains, RlngSj Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing: marges reason
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Estimates   Submitted.
42M
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought    Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Crest-
ings. Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
See That Dinner
In our window for
We have others at
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
Set
$20.00
$16.50
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
Fountain Pens
Office and Works:
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Dotrott. Mink
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries        \
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no qjistake, but start your orchard right,-by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where yon nre not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated tre��B, We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
enn bandje your order, no matter what the size. If we have no
agenl in your locality, write to us at Burnaby l.al.0 for pri.es.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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\ Electric Railway Service j
City Line:    Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty inkiutea after
the hour, oommenclns at C:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  hair nonriy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:60 a. m. Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd i
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COSTS MON Y
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Too much money is spent on useless advi
by , ity merchants every month. Many 1
might be written on the folly" of usim
advertising mediums, but the moral in I
would be that there is only one really sun
nerative advertising- medium.
Ike Daily Pap
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Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need ���
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.
Ike
DAILY
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ranging'   in   size
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SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
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YOU  WANT A  HOUSE
YOU  WANT A FARM
YOU  WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU  WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A SMALL AD.
A DISPLAY  AD.
A LARGE AD.
A LARGER   AD.
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To   get   in   touch    with   him
use space in The Daily News
This   Little   Story   C
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Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto:      <
The Retail Merchants' Asaooia
tion of Chatham Is a level-headed
organization. At a recent meeting newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the general opinion
of the members -was that newspaper advertising was the best, ami
program and other advertising ���>'���
that class was almost useless.
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THE DAILY NI
page Seven
es of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in the
unicipality of Burnaby, Province of B. C.
Fernie  Sufferers Helped
by Westminster Residents
i Charles Thomas Saunders, Collector of the aMunicipality of the Township or .
���otlce pursuant to the Municipal Clauses Act, 1906. and amendments there)
ItembeT, AD. 1908, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon at the Mun-v-
by, B. C., I shall offer for sale at Public Auction the lands and real property ot
let out for the delinquent tuxes unpaid by the said persons on the 31st day ��
t, costs and expenses including the Collectors commission of 5 per cent,  and
fcale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
���^ LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.       ^|
il    Burnaby,   hereby
: unlay, the 12th day
.-.dmond's    Station.
BE in the list herein-
1907,  and  for the
of advertising the
(names of assessed persons.
Estate
Estate
lanson, Lawrence   	
larrand,   Charles   	
.ot h. Frank	
iddie,  Wm.  H	
tell,  Alexander    
hderson, Sarah.    Estate 	
thet, K. P	
Ithet,  R.  P	
[thot, ft. P	
jcGregor, D. C	
rickmay, W..    Instate   .......
ith,   Frank   	
Iceland*. Ellen J .' 
uny, William, and
fcffat, Robert nnd David ......
lennan, .1. R	
���ennan,  .1.   R	
Lit.   F.  .1    	
ftrrison,  T.   P	
fillips, Walter  	
I Ise, Catherine, F 
INI ven, John  
pgley, Mary, E 
fcgloy, Mary, 0.  	
ani...  (l.  B	
_n*is.   C.   B	
ley, .lames R. ami  Walter R..
���lltney, W. J.  R I..'...
knii'-tt, C. C	
���eh..or. Lionel, 11	
^iinil. George   	
ILcnnan, Alec ami Nell  	
Bui', John  	
Bum.-,  John   	
Istem Pacific Cay Co	
in Pacific Clay Co	
jistrong, J   ('	
trong,  J. C ������ ���
fcBtrong, .1. C	
:i"l..;iu,    Mary
:n..'.ia:i..   Mary
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>���������     Henrj.    Estate 	
ictt, Mrs, W. J	
IQ larrie, \v. i;	
[��� :i JameB.  C	
James, c	
lame.;.   ('	
ii   James, C	
ii  James, C	
:i   James,  C	
James  C	
James C	
James C	
I.. C	
James C	
Fmstrong,   Harriett  I	
land, James;  Welsh Harry
and  Ralph J	
Belaud, James; Welsh, Harry
and  Ralph .1	
(eland, Jambs;  Welsh, Harry
and  Ralph .1	
la rr Joseph   	
IcDonald, .1.  S	
felnbrldge   w. V.  J	
Kichnie, Dr. L. N	
IQoper, Alec. J	
tnson,  Lawrence  	
Todd, Wm. G. H	
'odd. Wm. G. H	
Odd, Wm. G. H	
odd, Wm. G. H	
Todd, Wm. G. H	
[odd, Wm. G. H	
Todd, Wm. G. H	
ihlmami, Edward   	
''limann,  Edward  	
Polhmann, Edward  	
'oihmann, Edward 	
Polhmann, Edward 	
lhraann, Edward 	
Polhmann, Edward  	
Morgan, E. B	
WcKechnle, Dr. L. N	
MrFee.lv, B, .j, and Douglas E.
'earoon, James 	
Sharp, Clras.  W	
I'Connell,   Katherine,    Estate
1'Connell,   Katherine,     Estate
'Connell,   Katherine,     Estate
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Province of British Columbia, District
of New Westminster, Group One.
District
Lot.
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21*
I.-.11
15!)
159
1.4
17."
29
29       j
29
30
85
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���ynopsis     ot    Canadian     North-Weit 	
Homesteac   Regulations.
.  _ Funds for the relief of the victims  G. F. Bradshaw
Ai                         .-red  section of  Do- .      .,,,���.
.    .      _    ,   a . ot tht' Fernie bre are still coming into  R  Geiser   ....
mn..                     Manitoba,  Saskatch- ./,,,.   ,-,,���
I ew,. ..  excepting 8 and 26,   lhe ha"ds of the ���,rer ot the c0'-  J- <" ,'"1   	
not ���*���- be homesteaded by  lectine commtttee,  Marshall  Sinclair, w.  Haj   .
any person whi     . the sole head of a   *h<-* now !'as over ?2100 in cash and i W.  Bourk
family, o, anj     ale over IS vears of'kln,i*    Ah""1 *200 Promised early    in
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-  the P��8t- w,J,sk is not >'et Paid-   CoQ-
tion of 160 acres, more or less. tributiotis will be'recelved until notice
Application   for   eutrv     must     be '��� to the contrary is given. ^^
made  in person  by  the applicant  at1     The  following is the complete  list  W. J.  Brennan,
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub-   of contributions to date; Holbrook. hotel
agency for the district in whlcfc the | Cash. William Collier
% 2.75
3.45
10.20
IS. 35
3.50
18.78
7.02
4.SS
6.68
71  S7
13.52
2.73
3.50
31.64
3.74
3.74
9.50
9.50
)u.OS
16 59
7.01
2.52
2.52
11.88
li .88
3.64
.->. 37
6.84
1U7.99
19.69
7.19
37.82
37.22
38.08
11 .20
4.80
6. 6S
5.7 5
land is situate.   Entry by prcucy may,
D.  McLeod   	
George McMurphy
W. F. Hanstord 8   5.00 jj. D. B. McDonald
10.00
2.00
5.00
K.  Elley   	
B. C. Cigar factory
E.  Falch   	
however,   he  made  at aa  agency  on I q   b   sWOril
certain conditions by the father, moth- i Mjgg Qp,,,..,,,
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of   (   q  Bn,mn<-r
an .   homesteadei ,, ^^^^^^^^^^b 1 n nn i _-.______���__________________������
�� C. G. Major    10.00  Occidental hotel
lhe homesteader is rejuired to per-,,,   .   _,    ,   ��� ,, 9- Q�� '
W   L House       2.00
: Wm.  Wolfenden          2.50
Dr.  Drew     10.00 j J. T. Trachy
|w. H.  Barraclough         5.00 ! fnnes & Reid  .
Dr. Walker  .
Employees penitentiary
Vanstone * Co	
{George Kennedy  ,
5.00
4 4. '10
20.00
:, 0 ���
form the homestead duties under one
of the following plans**
(1) At least six months' residence
npon  and   cultivation  of  the land  in
\ each year for three years.
(2) a nomesteader may, if he so
dssir.s, |>erform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Join:
ownership in land will not meet this-
reqnlrSnii nt.       ** ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
(3) U the father (or ffiotltef, if the   " ' -"iiinster bowling alley
father i.s deceased) of a homesteader I Bartenders' union	
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not  less   \ Friend  	
than eighty (SO) acres In extent, In Mrs. C. Purvis
the vicinity of the homestead, or up- D. Boyle ....
on  a homestead entered  for  by him  G   W, Beggs .
In the vicinity, such homesteader may   Sabito &  Co '.       1.00
perform his own residence duties by Gilley Bros     20.00
living with the father (or mother),    m   Morey & Co       5.00
(4) The term "vicinity" ln the two' Agnes 1.. Hill      5.00
preceding   paragraphs  ls  defined    as  Whiteside & Edmonds ���     10.00
meaning not more t_Htn nine miles in  -]���   u   Pearson        10.00
a  direct line, exclusive of the  width, ;   y   \\\?n (jj, C. B.)        10.00
of road  allowances crossed    in    the \ Employees B, C. E. R.
measurement ip   Peebles    J************
Alex. Matheson
.las.  Wise   	
Al.  Peters 	
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
fi 00
5.00
5.00
voo
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.50
2.50
5.00
K   R.  Fitzgerald  ,,,     Hi. On
1.. C. Hill        2 00
i    W, Htislum          2.00
lames I>ord          a.00
3.0Q
 I 25.00
.f^^^l   5.00
1.00
2.00
.60
1.00
50.50
Royal City Realty Co  5.00
Brown's barber shop 50
Fraser chop house 50
Hee Chung    2.00
Si'ttitxrs'   Association     2.00
Malins, Coulthard & Co  2.#0
Thos.  Mowbray    2.00
il. R, Speck    1.00
Jas. Wise     10.00.
Miss Ward     1.00
J. D. Kennedy    20.00
P. 0. Bllodeau   10.00
B. C. Distillery    25.00
1_.  A. Lewis     50.00
Father O'Boyle     10.00
R. J. Rickman    50.00
Rev.   A.   Shildrick     5.00
W. J. Kerr's office  14.00
A. E. Rand    10.00
J.   1. Cambridge  1.00
John Sprott   ...
<>.  Wilkie   	
H  P. MCMartln
1.00
1.00
1.00
(5)    A   homesteader   Intending    to j H   M .Marshall ..........-.'...      5.00|,j.
500   D.W.JOhnston       100
perform   his   residence   duties   In   ac
*.ordanee With the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned  by hlmsell must notify the agent | Mo(.p] C,..0(HM.V
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W   W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. n Unauthorized publication uf
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Reid
Archibald Bros      8.50 j j. g, ciute
T. L. Brlggs  *: J*. 10.00 j c. S. Keith
i Columbian  Pub.  Co. ^	
^^^^^^^^^^^^��� 25.00 jg   ��� Fletcher
Schaake Machine Works    25.00 I a. p. Grant
F. Crake        1.00 J j;  Mahoney   .
William Turnbull         2.00 | pr.  Doherty
Dr.  Frank Smith          5.00  Myers Gray
Dominion   Pipe Co.   4  25.00 ' j    Wilson
Dr. Green        8.50 w  H. Nesblt
P. Blrrel        5.00]M   Mtmk
W. .1. Armstrong  ....'.  IO.OOJd  p g  P
Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead
an. 79
Any available Dominions lands within the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any peisou
who is the sole bead of a family, or
any male over 18 years of age. to the
extent of one-quarter section of 16n
acres, more or les3.
Entry must lie made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to perform the conditions connected . there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud ln
each  year  for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
father ls deceased),    of   the    home-
10.00
5.0D
Dri'W |HHB
Small & Bucklln 	
John Stewart  1 Elgin)   	
C. E.  Hartley  	
A. Swanson   	
Ed   Walmsley   	
Thomas Grey 	
K.  Sail   	
Mrs. I. McMartln  	
William Goodfellow  	
J.  Lovee  	
J. G. feGamon  	
Capt.  Plttendrlgh   	
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ...
Robert Kennedy  	
Diamond bar er shop       2.00
John   Wise        10.00
Nels Nelson       25.00
D. S. Curtis      25.00
Drs. Holmes & Harking     25.on
U.  Rawlisou         2.0)
Ed    Goulet          5.00
E. J. Fader, aad office staff ..    50.00
John  Crean        10.00
D.  Grossman          2.00
I George E. Martin    5.00
F. B. Lyle   10-00
Robert  Jardine    10.00
T.  Gifford     10.00
John  Peck     10.00
1.00
1.00
 Hi. 00
10.00 j r. H. Cheyne ...'.       10.
...    1.00
1.00
...    1.00
... 10.00
5.00
... 5.00
5.00
7.50
...      5.00
. 50
1.50
...    30.00
...    21.60
10.00 j calgary
25.00 ig   j    ' .,
City   Hall   	
Westminster Japanese
2.00
2.50
5.00
1.00
���1 on |S. R
I Colled ed at St. Mungo Cannery.)
       1.1)11
2 00 I George C.  Waldie          1.00
2 no I George Stagg         1.00
g 00  Bruce Fisher         1.00
2 00 } Andre*w  Halcrow          1.00
2 50  John K. Raphail        1.. 00
2,501 James Canfield         1.00
St. Muhgo Canning Co  20.00
James Anderson  ....,..���_  10.00
steader resides upon a farm ln    the
vicinity of the land entered  for, the \ J. W. Mcintosh ..
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him ln the vlcttilty of his homestead, the requirements .as to rest- j E. M
dence may be satisfied by residence
upon the'said land.
Six months' notice In wilting should
be given to the Commissioner of Dom
...^	
H.  T.  Kirk    10.00 I M. J. Phillips  .
g       5.00
Rev. J. S. Henderson         5.00
A.   Pringle          3.00
M. Sinclair          5.00
M. I/. Rugg        5.00	
McLeod, Mark & Co  20.001.1. A. Lee ,....
W. J. Walker _      5.00 j Westminster Clothing Co
(Collected by the Daily  News.)
Daily   _News     25.00
T. H. W  1.00
Mrs. W. N. Bole    10.00
Brewery employees   15.00
A.  Whealler  .'. 5.00
J.  B .Wilson     20.00
Friend     2.00
Anonymous    2.50
Merchandise.
W.  E. Fales .,  10.00
Thomas Rutledge   5.00
E. Gomly    10.00
N. W. Creamery  20.00
Hardman & Co  10.00
. 30.00
Daniels  &   Ixmt     30.00
George Adams   18.00
Brackman-Ker  25.00
Cunningham Hardware Co.  .. .40.00
Hale  Bros  10.00
. 10.00
. 10.00
Dated at Burnaby. B. C, this llth Day of August, 1908.
C. T. SAUNDERS.
Collector of the Municipality of Burna
Westminster
ansf er Co
'Phone 115.     Barn 'Pfcone 137
Columbia Street
i
^gage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
it and Heavy Haafini
[OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
QOOKSLEY'S
: Picture t
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE.
J. O. QAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
f. MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE,
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAMMOND, HANEY. RUSK1N. Other offices on the line to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice wlll be given
sa additional offices are opened.
Brttbb Columbia Ttitpbone Co., LM
Meredith     50.00 | Reld & Co  15.00
Johnston         6.001C. A. Welsh    10.00
T.   Mulr    10-00
Adams & Deans    10.00
Mrs. Birtch   150f)
_-._  ---���   ------                 |              Forrester       5.00|t. H. Smith    100.00
^^^��^"*��Mnilmt0\*-?^^y       5.00  W. 8.  Collister    100.00
apply for patent                                 hJ  ns   frmstrong         10.00 w. C. Chamberlin   10.00
COAL.-COS1 mining rights may��� be  J s. A�����,Wft��         500|w        ginc]a1r   10.00
leased for a period of twenty��� years*'   r.   Kenny   ������������              5. #0 jT. 8. Annandale   26.00
lames ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mrs   Hugh Gordon        2.00
George Turner          5.00
J. W. CTeighton        5.00
at an annual rental of |1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shaM be
leased to one individual or company
1.  Hudson          500
g. H. Thompson          20.00
A royalty at the rate of five cents per j J. W. Reld ������   �����_
ton shall be collected on   the   merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Inferior
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets ln the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the thlrtf*- J MacKay & Co
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec
A.M.  Fraser   6.00
White, Shiles & Co ���.. 15.00
H. Dorer   5.00
J. Crane  5.00
Mayers & Preston   25.00
Martin ft McQuarrie     15.00
W. A. Gilley   8.00
J. B. Kennedy   10.00
Gardhouse Bros  10.00
^^^^_^___^_^__ 50��
...^^���^���^������.25.00
Diamond Barber ahop 1.50
J. Relchenbach       5.00
H. O. Bule .......r.,..,,.*..   20.00
(Collected by Chief Mclntosb.)
L. Mclnnes ...^mm\\\\\\\m   5.00
Johnston Shoe Store  25.00
H. Morey & Co  10.00
J. N. Altchison   20.00
McMenemy Meat Market  .... 5.00
West End Grocery   20.00
Slug On Co  5.00
Quong On Wo ft Co  5.00
Sing Kee   10.00
Ning Lai & Co  5.00
Jackman ft Burtman   10.00
Edmonds Tea Co  5.00
Mrs. Hoffard   5.00
Acme Clothing Co  5.00
Frank Broad    10.00
Benson & Ayling   10.00
Gordon Dry Goods Co  S5.00
Anderson ft Lusby    10.00
Fraser Valley Meat Market .. 10.00
Frank MacKenzie  10.00
M. W. Grant  .*<*', 10.00
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSD/
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JAPANESE ARMY HAS
BECOME DEMORALIZED
Most people always use���snd
will always use WINDSOR
SALT.     Pure���line���perfect
subtle savour.
in
That's Our Brand
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I Chisels
'IMS
Tokyo, Aug. 12.-��� A storm of critic-
Ism has arisen in the leading news-
apers on the Japanese army. Editors
ch -���: that since the war the officers
have become demoralized by extjrava
gant living and corruption. They sug-
.���-: that the nation is spending "U-.
:��� ise - nis on an army that perhaps
..:.'; . rovi  worthless In a crisis,
..  sensational  killing of Captain
.i _ iklta  by a Japanese    soldier   at
Pekin    precipitated     the    exposures.
Manj Instances of the Ill-treatment of
soldiers are also alleged, together with;
g   ir.iaie]' pf  retirements    of    junior;
X officers tax misconduct, and   the sus-
:.'.i<".   oi  tin      betrayal    oi*     military
���    ets.
133
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Any of our tools bearing
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by us.
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& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
In support of Grace Cameron is
Lai. ,\ King, said to be the most
beautiful woman on the stage. Miss
King is gifted with a mos', excellent
soprano voire, and in "Little Dollle
Dimples" she renders some pretty
selections written especially for her
by the author, C. Herbert Kerr. One
of her big bite is the "Bobby'' song,
which is whistled by nearly everybody at the close of the performance.
It is bright and catchy with a decided swing. The one great number
of the play is "At Night In My Brilliant Salon," sung by Miss King. Miss
King wears some of the most stunning gowns ever seen in a musical attraction; one in particular, a fish
scale gown, which she wears In the
second act, was imported direct from
Paris at an enormous expense. Miss
King will lie remembered in this city
by her many friends as Flora Gelle
Ply in "Little Johnny Jones," and
many other big attractions. She was
especially engaged by C. Herbert
Kerr In support of Miss Cameron in
ber latest musical success, "Little
Dollle Dimples," which will be seen
here on Saturday evening.
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These are no side
lines with us. We
are headquarters for
them. Whether you
wish to buy or sell
in    any    quantity
Co
me to
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C. A. WELSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
*********** *****
CUSTOMS SUES C. P. R.
FOR SUM OF $20,000
Saturday, Aug. 15th
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Montreal, Aug.   12���Action   to     recover $20,1.00 has been taken against
the Canadian  Pacific railway in    exchequer court  by the Dominion customs  department.    The cause of the
action is alleged  fradulenl  entries of
under-valuatlon, etc., which are said
to have taken place during the period
; when  James Hobb,  now    serving    a
! seven   year sentence,   acted   as     the
I company's  customs  official.    In    one
| instance it is alleged, $'l",ooo worth ���!'
; bridge material  was entered as scrap
I iron.
Miss Grace Cameron
IN-
After spending three months visit-
i ing their old home at Colchester
county, .V s.. '���- O'Bnen and Walter
Starral have returned to this city.
They are staying al the Cosmopolitan
hotel.
The Great Musical Success
"Little
Dollie
Dimples
Company of 36 people.
N'ew  songs,   new dances,  new
tumes.
Summer  prices  $1.00,  75c  and
Reserve your se.;>.ts at  Ryall's.
50c.
r'IKU.  Ai_.AK.\l   doAua
f TRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
All  business  in this line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every  Friday morning
in the   Market  square.
tf      ADVERTISE      is��
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
5-
li-
7-
8-
9-
12-
13-
1.
15-
23-
24-
25-
26-
27-
32-
84-
35-
36-
42-
- Asylum.
-Royal City .Mills.
-Carnarvon and '''enth.
-Royal avenue and Eighth.
-Fifth avenue and i welfth.
-St.  Mary's Hospital.
-Second and Park Row.
-Columbia and   Dufferin
-Sapperton
-Queen's  avenue and   Sisth
-a...id avenue and Second.
-Fifth  av*��ue and   Fourth.
-Fifth avenue and  Kighth.
-Third avenue and Tenth.
-Agnes and Sixth.
-Schaake Machine Works.
-Columbia and McKenzie,
-C. P, R.   Station.
-Small H Bucklln Mills.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET  SETS.
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC
Westminster Trust building
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Bargains in Real Estate
We have for sale
thousands of acres of
cheap land, hundreds
of farms, and all kinds
of small places,
We    are    ready  t<
show   vou.     Come   and
Bei   OUr '���;.��� :��� :ii:i---.
AT
I
Moreys
Columbia Street
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Canadian National Exhibition
Toronto
Tickets on sale Angus: 24th to Sep
temher 3rd.   Good    until    Sepi mbi
26th.   Fare $62.70 retuni.
rr:n;iT_ns��.-3
fe)
For further particulars and reserva.
t;ons apply
ED. GOULET,
Anent, N'ew Westmlni ������ r
!|,6r  to  E.  .1.  COYI.K,
jiiai.  -it.nl. Paa.t_. Agt.   Vancouver.    ��
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Exceptionally Low Prices
FOR THE SECOND WEEK OF
Collister s B
ip
A
1
nnual Cmmnier
Clearance
Sale
M
THESE SUMMER GOODS, all odd lines, are being sold rapidly.   Every article'
must be cleared out in its season.   Our sale lasts during August.   You can expect big bargains for every day.    Read this list of prices for this week:
A Complete Clearance of Our Children's
Dresses and Sailor Suits
Not a last season's dress in the whole lot, as we lune added the children's departmeol
There is not a badly made or imperfect garment in the stock.    We handle only  the besl   ma le ^irmea'a
possible for us to buy.   Materials are perfect washing goods; all neatly trimmed In neat suit..   ���  styles
Note the Prices
ONE  LOT CHILDREN'S SAILOR BUIT8���RegU a:   I
Now $1.76.   Materials are white drill, colored duck in
etc.;   sizes C  to  111  years.
ONE LOT SAILOR SUITS     Regular 12.00,    Now .
ONE   LOT   BUSTER   BROWN  DRESSES    OR    SUITS   R
price 85c to |1.00.    .Now	
ONE   LOT   BOYS' CUSTER   SUITS  -Regular   prlci    *
p: Ice, each      	
ONE LOT BOY'S BUSTER  SUITS���Regular    prlci     I
; rice, each	
boys'  BLOU8E8���Regular prices $2.00.   Sale prlci  ���
BOYS'  8LOU8E&���Regular prices $1.50.   Sale pric
BOYS'   BLOU8E8���Regular price $1.25    Sale price
;k
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r.
Prices Away Down on
Ladies' Wash Suits
We are seliiug these every day. The low prices
are moving them quickly. Dainty two-piece costumes of linen, lawn, muslin, duck, pique, etc., in
this season's most popular styles. Our regular
values $4.50 to $5.50.   On sale, each $3.25
ONE LOT WASH SUITS���Regular price $5 50
and $6.00.   Sale price, each   $3.95
New Jumper Suits
Regular price $9.25.   Sale prii
sach
.$6.75
Our Blouses Are All on
the Bargain Tables
We give you tbe list of prices hero, xo bargains
offered which should attract the attention more than
these, Since the blouses have become a winter
necessity for evening and housewear, these will
prove a good Investment for future us.'.
ONE   LOT  EMBROIDERED  LINEN   AND   MULL
waists��� Regular prices $4.00 to $4.60, Sale
price, each    $2.75
ONE LOT EMBROIDERED WAISTS ��� Regular
prices $2.50 t ) $3 50.   Sale price, each $1.95
ONE LOT WHITE WAISTS Regular price $1.2Bi
sflMe price, each    75c
ONE LOT WHITE LAWN WAISTS ��� Regular
prices 50c aid 60c.   Sale price; each   35c
Linen and Embroidered
Waist Lengths Half Price |
Aim .t lift cu waist fronts and walsl li v
ly embroidered ln floral designs.   Material
siau lawn, mull and Unen.   Prices ran        ���������-���-
to $5.00,   On Bale exactly half price.
Two Special Prices on
Silk Gloves
ONE   LOT   LADIES     SILK      GLOVED  - l"��n.
���lengths   In  white,   cream,  navy,   brown.
black; doubly fringe tips; slze�� 5V4 to 7'
P^ce fl   ".   Sale price, per pair $,',D
ONE   LOT LONG blLK GLOVES���K
.1 25    Sale price, per pair 	
American Turkish Towels
REGULAR   VALUES   25c.     ON   SALE    !   '     '     :
A  new lot of towels from the United  ~'',v
in Saturday.   They  are  large sizes    and       ''��� '���
free from dressing Or dust.    Von will find   beta ***
ceedingly nice In use and good for draping; ������'��� ***
wash,   On sale, each      *���*
Everything Reduced  Except Butterick Patterns and
Spool Cotton���All This Week.
W. S. Collister & Ca
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
fi    We Close at 5:30
*      I. .-I. - ���    ii
J We Close at 5:30'

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