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 White, Sbiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NDy aVIgTMINSTER, B. C
% ,,   Wlfit^ Shiles & Co
'%      REAL ESTATE
rOFflA    p 2^0 Colunfiia St. Phone 85
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  Ii.   0.,   WEDNESDAY   MORNING.  AUGUST  19, 1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
LATEST ELKTION RESULTS CONCEDE
OVERWHELMING VICTORY TO LIBERALS
Instead of Bare Majority, Premier Scott Is Returned to
Power by 26 to 14���Tory Heelers of Manitoba Failed
to Turn the Tide in Saskatchewan���Cooked
Reports  Manipulated  by  Conservative
Hirelings Are Fully   Exposed.
LACROSSE SCHEDULE
IS AGAIN REVISED
BUM FIRES CAUSE DAMAGE | PRICE Of FISH IS
IN VICINITY OF TBIS CITY  ���AStD BY CANNERS
Th, returns "- " showing a decisive
victl.y for Premier Scott and the
Liberal party In Saskatchewan must
bea powerful emetic to the Conservatives who controlled the wlTeB and
world the highly color-
l,eral'l��i to the
od despatches    claiming
twenty, an even break,
despicable  Tory
Manitoba hoped to gain Is inexplicable. I to
The returns now show twenty-six Liberals     and     fourteen     Conservatives
elected,  with an election still to   be
twenty    to (held,    No more evidence, of weakness
What those of the Tories in the new province is
importations     from  required than this deliberate attempt
color  despatches  and   no  greater
evidence   is   necessary that the Bor-
denites are directed and controlled by
the Canadian  Pacific railway.
Constituency
Liberal
Provincial Rights
Athabasca	
Arm River	
North Battleford   .,
South Battleford ..
Canora 	
CanalngtoD	
Duck Lake 	
Estevan	
Francis 	
Hanley 	
Humboldt 	
Kinistino 	
U.it Mountain ....
L'.oydminBter	
Moose Jaw City , ���
Moose Jaw County
Milestone	
..   Election to be held later 	
..   George A. Scott, 146 majority ..
..   O. A. Finlayson 	
..   S. 8. Simpson  	
.. J. D. Robertson, 251 majority...
.. J. D. Stewart, 178 majority ....
..   Hon. A. Turgeon, 141 majority
..   George Bell, 300 majority	
..   J. J. Stevenson, 100 majority  . .
..Dr. J. McNeil, 64 majority
.. J Dr. O. Neely, 360 majority  .   ..
.. j T. Sanderson  	
.. ', S. J. Latta 	
.. j H. C. Lisle (Conceded)  	
... J. R. Green	
.. J. A. Sheppsrd (Conceded) ���
.. 'Hon. .1. A. Calder 	
Rev. J.  B.  bolt
Moose Mountain     C. Rosborough 	
Maple Creek    W. R. Abbott     D
aoosomln   i A. S. Smith, 70 majority       I)
Prince Albert City  ! Hon. A. Turgeon  	
Prince Albert County   i Andrew Knox	
h. Dewer 	
V.. juUnson   	
P. McLellan  	
Frank  Turcotte   	
H.  Yardley  	
Dr. Mahan 	
W. Henrlcbs  	
L. L. Krammer (Independent)
G. H. Johnson, 160 majority ...
J. A. Anderson, 146 majority  .
W,   H.  Miles   	
J, Wellington, 81  majority   ...
H,   Oorrell   	
A, E. Whitemore, 92 majority .
Dr. Elliott, 85 majority 	
J.  Wylie, 304 majority
Kills   	
J. E. Bradshaw, 186 majority
S. J. Donaldson, 165 majority
New Westminster and Victoria Are Allowed to Drop
Home and Home Games.
Many   Outbreaks  Reported  at  Various
Points���Hot   and   Dry   Weather
Makes  Situation  Dangerous.
Pelly	
Pipestone	
Pleasant Hills   ..
South Qu'Appi   .
S. K. Johnson, 32 majority    It    S    Dundas    ���
���  Robinson    A. B. Gillis, 383 majority  	
Ih.  W.  Lindsay     H. Willman, 130 majority  	
Kli   Williams     Hon. F. W. G. Haultain, 374 majority.
North Qu'Appelle  | Hon
K'-;:" rr-. 	
Ro. th. ra    	
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Reglna Counts 	
Saskatoi    i   *     	
Sa -..��� - n i'��� intj   	
Sail   ii 	
Souris	
Swifi Current   	
	
im ' Dr
Touchwood      G.
W. R. Motherwell     J.  A.
G. Langloy, about 100 majority       C   B.
G. Ens, 210 majority    A    II
Macdonald.
Evans ....
Stewart
115 majority
J.  F.  Bole,  264  majority  	
Robert  Sutton   	
A.   P.   McNab,  77  majority   	
W.  C.  Sutherland,   10   majority
T.   McNutt,  200  majority   	
.lohn Young 	
Hon. Walter  Scott, 277  majority
A.  F. Totzke. 227 majority   	
Mitchell. 28  majority   	
M.  Atkinson,  55  majority   ....
'���
H.  C.   Pierce.  386  majority
T.   H.  Garry.  223  majority
.  .   H   VV. Laird 	
. . .   F.  C.  Tate.  341  majority
... ;.i  it  Wilson 	
...   p   I., Summerfleld  	
... I A. E. Thompson 	
...   A.   Riddell.  485  majority
. . .   VV. ().  Smyth   	
...   Dr. W.  MacKay  	
...  G, Belshel 	
... Joseph Hollls 	
...  R.  il. Nicholson   	
...   w   11   Dunlop . ���
*    ���       randldatet elected are print   ed  In  black-face  type  In  above
FIRST COMMISSIONER
HERE YESTERDAY
QUAKE SHARK UP
TOWN Of EUREKA
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL IS
LEASED FOR FIVE TEARS
Or. D. S. Jcdan  of International Fisher es Commiss cn Reaches Coast
to Corrtmence   Inquiry.
Twister Did NoSerious Dam-
amis-
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.   i
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age,   But   People
Badly Frightened.
j. Lindsay. Formerly of Tourist Hotel.
Port  Moody.  Secures Possession
of  Hostelry.
U ii -i" i Ial meeting of the B, C, A,
L. a. held yesterday evening In Vancouver, and whicli was attended by F.
.1. Lynch and C, A, Welsh, of this city,
a revised "schedule was drawn up
covering all games for the remainder
of tiie season. On motion made hy F,
J Lynch, Westminster and Victoria
were permitted to drop their homo
and home games, and Vancouver was
allowed to drop one home game, this
being necessary to permit the schedule to be completed by October 3 or
10 at the latesi.
Standing of Intermediates.
President P, Larvell, on behalf ol
_he v \. c. lacrosse team, requested
the meeting to give a decision with
regard to ��i player named Burns who
played for the V. A. C, early tn the
season, bui who had later left for the
south, played some games In California, and then returned to Vancouver As ihere was nothing to show
that linns had played as a professional, a rallng wab given to the effect
that he was entitled to take part In
all matches. The question of his professional or amateur standing is a
matter for the B. C. A. A. U. to decide.
Burns, together with Glut* and Pearson, of this city, played with the San
Mateo lacrosse team, but all three
deny that they ever received money
for their service's, or that they played
with or against professionals. Nu
formal complaint has been made
against ihem.
The standing of the Victoria club
was (liscusBed at some length. It was
finally decided that the time for the
paying of reglsteration feits should be
exfndi'd until the return of the delegates, which means on or about
August 24. All new players, however,
will be BUbject to the twenty-one day
clause.
Secretary F J. Lynch was Instructed to write a letter of congratulation
to the Westminster lacrosse club on
the auccess winch had attended the
trip east In quest of the Mini" cup,
The move, of the resolution suggested that a letter of 'condolence'' be
written, but the tnalaproprlateness of
the word was quickly pointed oui by
the Westminster delegates and a correction made without undue delay
The unintentional bungle caused much
meriimt nl among the delegates
Revised  Schedule.
Aug. 22��� Vancouver ai   Maple Leafs,
���Vug, 29���Maple Leah, at Victoria.
Aug. 29���Vancouver at Westminster,
Sept.     7��� Westminster     at      Maple
Ijfftf.S.
Sept.   7--Vancouver   at   Victoria
Sept.   12���Maple   Leaf.-,   at    Westminster.
Sept. 19���Westminster at V incomer
Se;,'.    26   Westminster   a*    Maple
Leafs.
Oct 3 or l" -Vancouver al Wesl
minster.
S< 11" i iush fires are reported
throughout the distrlcl Monday and
yesterday smoke hung thick all
around, at times it being impossible to
see across the river, and the boats
plying to Ladner and Steveston reporl
that conflagrations raging in the Delta
had given rise to so much smoke that
it was Impossible to distinguish objects.
On the south side of the river
bush tires have broken out in Surrey
from the tires kindled along the G. N.
R. track by the circus men while the
wreck of Sunday was being cleared,
and all along the southern municipalities small llres are burning iu the
timber.
At  Boundary  Bay.
A few small fires are burning In
the neighborhood of Boundary Hay,
the smoke inconvenclng campers to
Borne extent. Three small fires are
reported from Point Roberts.
A   serious  fire  Is  still    raging    at
Magee, on the Lulu Island  branch of
the B. C. E, R., and all available help
Is being utilized to fight  the flames,
In the City.
No. 2 fire brigade, together with
Chief Watson and Engineer McKay,
fought a bush flre yesterday afternoon at the corner of Thirteenth
street and Fourth avenue. It took
some little time to check the outbreak. The board of work men still
have on hand a fire on Sixth avenue,
which shows a tendency to break out
from time to time.
Sockeyes Worth Two-Bits
Yesterday Will Be Bought
for Thii *���   ' Jents Today.
PRESENTATION GIETS
ARE NOW ON THE WAY
Instructions have been given to
nearly al) salmon collecting tugboat
captains leaving the city this morn
ing "ii their usual rounds to the effect
thai the in ice of Bockeye salmon has
Increased from 26c to 30c per fish,
the higher rate going into effect at
once. The price war is lhe result of
a desire on the part of some of the
cannerymen to secure sufficient fish
to fill s large number of empty cans
Which they have on their premises before the end of the season, which will
dose within the next few days.
Only a few of the canners had not
given Instructions to the buyers yesterday to Increase the price of flsh.
Those will likely fall Into line with
the new order of things today.
August 31 Is Fixed as Date
When Testimonials Will
Be Given Champions.
Steveston, Aug. IS.���A price war
which threatens the financial arrangements of tho salmon canners on the
Fraser river during the tall end of thp
season broke out at Steveston this
morning, a Chinese ran ner having
jumped the price of sockeyes from 25e
to noc. The news of the advance had
no ��ooner spread than the associated
canners and their managers held hurried consultations over the telephone
Hue between here and Vancouver with
the result that instructions were given
by all canneries that the advance
should  be  met.
There Is a great deal of disgust
among cannery managers that a break
in the price agreement should have
occurred at Ihis late date in the sea-
sou. As but seven days Intervene .between now and the end of the season
and the demand for fish is becoming
greater on the part of canners, it is
possible that further increases in
price may be made. It Is certain,
however, that no price advantage will
long be held hy any canner. for M
soon as a move in that direction Is
discovered all competitors will matt
the highest  figure quoted.
\ meeting of the lacrosse reception
committee was held last evening to
receive the accounts for the recent
celebration, and to arrange foi the
presentation of the testimonials to
the members of the team. Kev .1. S.
Hendeiuon presided, and there was a
good attendance.
The treasurer, J. l>. Taylor, reported
that the amounts actually paid In
were (2583, und it was at once suggested thai there weie. a number of
Other sums to be added to that
amount, those who had promised sums
which ould  be relied  upon  bringing
OILERY NEAR PORT KELLS
IS LATEST INDUSTRY
Desirable  Waterfront    Property     Hat
Changed Hands���Buildings to Be
Erected Shortly.
\n option has been taken on u
piece of water front property nee
Port Kells by a representative o.
eastern men who propose erecting in.
oiler, al thai spot. The property it
question will change hands, if no hitch
occurs in the negotiations now pend-
led
nl     thi
SIX LOSE  LIVES
FIRE
N
PANIC   ON   SHIP
the total to $3088.   There were other lng, for
aulecrlptlons to conn In, the collectors mentioned, of from $200 to $300,
Accounts bu the celebration wen
��� |, approximating $400, and alii ���.: I mo for the pn si nt itions, It
. ,i    decided  to pa;, the ��� itpeni i a    of
in the neighborhood of
*i	
The construction  of the  necessary
buildings, and the Installation of the
ant   will be i ommenced Immediately
the eastern men are satisfied with tire
,   orl   which   will  be sent them    by
'
was
���
���   i
Mil
...      .
een
���
The sei ond
" I  out   and   would
N
JfcaVelr y
���   '
dis-
i .   i  ml sion
ought a    .       "��� ���'	
..  bim al    the dooi    when the houses b< - in
.   hi     callers   in-1 it is thought here thai I
ovinrial gov-1 centered north of Eureka   when
id other prominent  mountains were spill open at the time
Ashing Industry, of the San Francisco earthquake.
The shock seemed to come from the
md   w,m  whai   ...   known aa  a
Chimneys   were    thrown
down and  people  rushed from  theft
houses in  fright   when  the first  quake
shook ihe city,    The cou e was
damaged most by the shake The
..nu of the statute of Miner' i earring a spear, was twisted off * ie ���'���'"������"
the    dome    Tl '     "'A""'
.,,    ulldlng and
The
mild-
' Vancouver todaj.
Trade   Revive*.
A  i'"vlvnl    in
lis begun  the deal-
- i i""t of com-
In ���!.,   bu Iness
'    I   y   feel  a  d-
1.    last   .���   get   a
when ii returns.
,Harr"**ln   Ear
l
west
*l w lister.
,    ,      ��� i     late
'���
ii"
Vii    Lindas      nd D   Ham
��� "   lental
,        ..  ..     inonth
een i ond ict< I bj W   H nn
w       (    ,,���.    proprietor,   and
.   ,   ease ��� ipiring a few
,.,     vir   Hail had Intend' I se
. ,    ,;������,���.:��� tease, but waa  >'���<��*'">
,,.,������ the ci     when it expired, md on
eturn was Informe:   iy v,!   Ham
n, lM thai   '"her arrangements    bad
been made.
The rental to be paid by Mr
iay Is in the neighborhood of $200
month.
Liml-
a
on
through   the   roof  of
into Judge Hunter's court-room.
,���, - on the north slfi
ng ��,. ,.  loo iem d  and  t'*11
���round    Plate  ��� -     '       v
In   ,,v
rmngs   Decrease.
���    operating ,,...,���    tracked.
Is shown hy   Mi�� ���	
vTnlon  Pa-1    Captain    Mktnwu-    continues    to
.Hies   ���_....,  ���-,-.,���!   ,.,   a      ' :*     ;   '   '
mies   ma:,,.   .,������!  ; .    ���
I'lmMan hospital.
Death of Mr. Asbury.
Mr .shury. of Oliver mad,
Delta, 'tied yesterday morning at his
residence at an advanced age. He
waa oue of the best known settlers m
tfte disirlet. ;1nd Is survived by an
���lllv .������. The funeral will be held today, w. ic, rales having charge of an
arrangements.
Fast
irrnes. Henderson, nn engineer is
��� ������. Royal Columbian hospital,
i uttering from a scalding accident
Lis on rhe Dui       t��*ann
\    ti       id '���' ���     ;"'"1
Itio Janeiro I er    detail     ol
thi   t i nl      which        curred
off the So ith Am 'lean
,.,;, t un      -'ii    ���   her capl Un     He
, porti   thai   when   twent) toui   hours
out   trom  Wo Ihe lire broki   ������ il    In
the < argo oi baled  wool and thai   b
dreadful panic ensued among 1  i'"*
tuguese and Spanish steerage passen
gars.
A genera] rush was made for the
���mull boats. One containing twenty
passengers WAB overturned while be
lag lowered nnd six of its occupants
were drowned. The fire was extinguished and ih*' voyage was resumed.
i     tn nag'     (which Include,   the   >;    theii   agent     No estimate as  to    the
cost ol      '     -  i      machinery, or
n,G probable pay roll of the Industry,
m ired   ester la;
, ti    of the property  Is be-
,   . i ���,   the   ' a  estate frnn
3b li i  &  Co.
valid     ' om     Mayoi     Keai ��� I    aboul
,,��� a aa the ��� ��� ta
n... :   oi .   ��� .it   , ���   u ;
i.-,    " ���: i advanci    .111 slso
le to Alex   .umbu    lo   ia <������
pen '     tad   from     ���  easl
The Presentation Concert.
1   Clifford. M-l. .    repoi ted that Ih
pn ��� ��� iitntloti   �� ut< b,     �� ould  li n       n
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or llils ell    I ."in   roronto   :..,
an I as I be chairman   Aid
[o iwaj "ii September i. the preeeu I to 3 In favor of the. regulars.   Si.ven*
la'ion oonceri ul the opera house wasltwlrled  and   FHtagerald grabbed    tor
li .I'd   lm    \ugii��l   31.     The  admission   the winners.   McPhail and Frank Bilo-
wlll bi  Mft> cents to aU parts of the Mean   doing  likewise tor  the  loser*.
house.     The   committee   having     the The game only lasted live innings.    In
mailer   in   theii    hands     met     mbse-  gplte of their reverse,    the    dofeatt'd
quently  lo  arrange   details,    Gowan tossers -still hold to the pplnlon that
Easy  For City Team.
��� ;���,   ba eball  team again   de>
, .��� tup : e     at Quei ns park
a'   b   i  toi  ,  ter' :. evening, the   con   '.eing 14
Frenchman Send*, His Regards,
ln n letter to C. A Welsh, received
yesterday, A. Olngraa, of "Le Canada,"
a French-Canadian newspaper of Montreal, the writer ventures the Opinion
thai whoever challenges the Westminster lacrosse team for the Minto
cup will be in for a hard time of It.
Mr. Qingras, who showered attentions
on the boys during their stay In Montreal, wishes to l>e rememberr.! to all
the members ot the team, particularly
mentioning his "good log friend Tom
Gifford nntl hig good centre fielder
Feeney."
MacGowan in the chair, No announcement was made as lo speakers
Next Meeting.
The ne.xt nnt-tlng will be held on
Tuesday evening to receive the final
reports of the collectors, and complete
thp plans for the concert.
Eva Booth Suffers Collapse.
Warsaw. Ind., Aug. IH.���Overcome
by the intense heat, after addressing
an audience of 4000 persons at the
Winona Lake Bible conference. Miss
Eva  Booth,  leader    Of    the  Sa hal Ion
Army in the United Sbntn.. tainted
Just after leaving the auditorium and
i.s now under Ihe care of physicians,
Late tonight it  was said    that    there
they can really play ball and hope to
beat Bodley's invincibb's some day.
Arthur Sinclair and B number of\
other fans hold a different opinion.
and are willin" to convince McLean
and his associates that the tall and
uncut is wailing for them by defeating them in a match to be played towards the end of this week, no regular city team players to be used hy
ell her  side.
McLean is Not Improving.
Andrew McLean, who was badly Injun ,�� In the circus wreck on Sunday,
Is not mnlilng much progress, and
��� , ,��� are entertained for his recovery.
All the other Injured are doing well
wag .ni improvement In her condition   at the Poyal Columbian hospital.
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77_i's Is My 60th Birthday
Rear Admiral   Nashiha.
Rear Admiral Nashiha, one of the officers of the Japanese navy
who won great renown in the late war between Japan and Russia,
was born at Hagl, Nagato, August 19, is I.s, and served in the War of
Restoration (1S6S) as ensign in the troops of the Choshu clan He
was appointed a surveying engineer In 1*74 and an official of the
*& home, department, and detailed to the Fujifian in September. 1880. He
il saw much service afloat and was detailed to neighboring countries.,
* the Pacific and Hawaii in 1S90. Then lie was made chief superln-
$. tendent of cadets of the naval college and appointed the command-
5 lng officer of the attacking department of the Kure torpedo division
I in November, 1895. On his promotion to captain, he was appointed
|. to the command of the battle-ship Akitsushlma in October, 1S0S. and
fi commanded others of the principal Japanese ships. In the war with
�� Russia he distinguished himself as commander of a division of the
5    first squadron under the famous Admiral Togo.
���ft
DAKOTA WHEAT IS
' IN VERY BAD SHAPE
Although Railroads Are Calling-for 20,000 Harvesters,
Only 1.000 Can Be Hired.
This Date in History
J
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown H-ink of Canada,
amalgamated  under authority 0f Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
Authorized Capital  	
Paid-Up Capital  	
Rest and Undivided Profits
WINNIPEG
. . .$6,000,000
. . $2,200,000
...$ .225,000
Fully equipped to undertake every description of B inking transaction.
Buys and sells Bills of Exchange, Drafts   and   orders   on   all
Countries.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
fieichenbackl
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
j RUTCHERS |
St. Paul, .Minn.. Aug. 18.���Following
a visit, to North Dakota and after a
conference with Gov, Burke and other
officials ot the state, Lador Commissioner Williams of Minnesota says that
owing to the condition of the wheat,
instead of there being employment in
the harvest   fields for  L5, I Or  20,0 -
men, 1000 will be lucky If they can
find jobs.
"The free employment bureaus under
my supervision will uot send out anj
more men for harvest or farm work
until 1 know the jobs are there for
them," said Mr. Williams today. "This
thing of the railroad's asking for 15,000
and 20,1  men for harvesting work in
North Dakota and Minnesota is a
snare and a delusion. It is downright
criminal, for it is Hooding the northwest with a lot of hoboes that will
have to be taken care of by the municipality and the state.
"I rode from Fargo to Bismarck and
the wheat is burned almosi to the
roots, io iv. Burke told me to advertise the fact and to put it strong that
there were jobs In tho stale for probably 1,000 good farm hands���men
who would -'a- but that there was
im demand whatever for harvest
hands. Those jnow in the state, hei
said, were a drug on the market andi
he state would be compelled to Bhlp
��� inj  of 'hem back home."
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1617
17ns
1780
1 51 1
1831
1886
1898
AUGUST 19.
-Frederick ill. of G< rmanj   li 11
Horn  Sept.   21,   1415.
Sir Walter Raleigh sailed tr un
Cork on  his  last  voyage   ol
America.
��� British     took     'J.       Islan i      ii
Minorca.
���Pierre de Beranger I om.    .     i
July 16,  1857
���British troops landed in Cli    ������-
peake   bay    and    thre it me i
Washing! in.
���Nearly  300   lives   lost     in    the
wreck   of   t   he     shi
Sherbrooke"  near Cape  Ray.
Charles    D.    Graham     passed
through   the Niagara    whirlpool rapids in a barrel.
-Spain  named  her    commissioners to treat for peace with * he
United  States.
WINNIPEGERS   ARE
GIVEN    UP   AS   LOST
Winnipeg,   Aug.   18.���Xo   word   has
been   received  this   morning  of  thi
Winnipeg   -people.     D.   McGifford,   F.
Lam ert, and .Miss Edith Turneck,
ported  ruising  from Winnipeg  Beach
yesterday, and who it te feared were
swepi  away  in a small sailboat   luring a tstorm. Late last night a r     irt
was received telling of their safe-
Ian.1.   bul   this   proved   incorrect,   ra I
now the worst | - ���;��� are 1.    The fin ling
ot' a capsizi d boat leads to   he g
��� ���-���  ���'��� ars.   Seach pai I les  ���   i n iw
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stan'l any strain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let us have your order for
bunding materials an.l we wlll
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay flrsl
class for years ar.d years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
COLUMBIA
STREET
Pkon- 101
PKona' 101
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* The Season Has Arrived for You to j
\ Preserve Strawberries I
Wanted
for Sale
Lost v found
To Rent -:- ftc.
I.���..���,.���,.-,.-,
LOST���Pair of spectacles in case.
Two dollars reward if returned to
Daily News office.
WANTED���School children to board
for next t rm in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S., Daily
News i Eft'
WANTED   Japanese    boy    attending
:. .      jnts work with good family;
....    lands cooking;   wages.  Apply
���   P. 0   Box 545, City.
iW BANK ORGANIZED
FOR WESTERN CANADA
Will   Have   Million     Dollars     Paid-up
Capital and Will Operate Chiefly
Among Scandinavians.
Daly   Not  a   Candidate.
Winnipeg    Aug    18
Mayne   Daly   di "posed
to the effect   that he  w i il!  run
Conservative i an lidate in tile Bra   Ioi
li trie;  at   the  forth on
b hen he said  In  repl     to   i   luestion
tliis morning that he w i -  not in
tics,     Mr.   Dal     lid  no       scuss
matter, merelj  making this 3ta
��� i the efteol  that hi        -
in active Interest  In    olltics, at
to "such an extent  as  to
sonally a candidate for office.
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box SO". Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A2750, Vancouver, B. C. ������*��'���
WE are Instructed to offer for sale a
six roomed house on Eighth street;
in;,  water and electric light.    Price
11450.00,    Terms 1500 >r $600.00
cash, balance bj instalment, or any
other reasons le ft irs c in be ac-
��� ������; *��� i. This is now rente l at
$11 uu a month. Settlers' Associa-
* ."ii of B. C . ip islte Windsor
hotel, New Westminster   B. C.
They are in fine condition, and are in be J
had'cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY j
STORE than any other store in town. ���
Call   Us Up  and   Give   Us   Your  Order J
���
TME ���
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0pAMS i
���
Phone  92. ���
���
WANTED- Girl   for   general   house-
.   pi)   Mrs.    .1    Sprott.    738
Third avi a i
WANTED���Japanese boj or girl for
housework, dally. Hardwick, St.
Andrews street.
FOR SALE���One hundred tons ol
��� id bluejolnt hay cheap, In coil
stack or bale. For further particu-
: irs apply to P. Kelly, one mile out:
��� n Lulu [island, or P. O. B <x * 12,
N  v.   ,'.'��� 3tminsti .
Wiui.i.e-.   Aug,   18.���A   new   ban;,
for western Canada n oi ganiz
ed and will operate principally among
the Swedish and Scandinavian peoples
of the country. Already th ��� capita!
Stock ol Jl. '."'"I has been practically subscribed Ther,. was a meet-
im; at which the provisional Urectors
were elected held in the Merchants
bank building thte morning. Mr. White-
iji.iu 's tbe promoter of the bank ami
ill JBitrangements have been made to
..:-, the charter. The head office
will be iti Winnipeg, Two names for
ihe bank have been lUggested and
they will be submitted to a meeting
���of'the directors at _ome time ia the
attar future,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
WANTED���Lady*!
Ike
oung
:,
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light
hOUSI       ������;
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S  ��� 1' :,* ai
col-
lege
in return
for
board
would
be
acce
itable.    P.
0.
Box 66
7. City
Canadian National Exhibition
Toronto
Tii kets on sale Augusl 24th t.i s ip-
tember 3rd. Goo l until Sept< mb ���;*
26th.   Fare $62.70 return.
For further particulars aud rese.rva-
t;ons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to B, .1. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vanoouver.
WANTED���Situation as third-class
engineer in city, or country preferred. I'sed to all classes of work,
repairing and blacksmith work.
Box V..  Daily News.
FOR    SALEJ ��� Motor    munch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply  to  Motor ,   .'><>.    M..
New Westminster.
A GOOD Japanese girl wants a posi
tiou as hous,.- nwiid, washing, etc.,
etc.    S.   Ilayashi.   Premier  hotel.
SUBURBAN   HOME ��� VY ���   have tor
sale a nice little home In the su
urbs of this city, Bve roomed hou
cellar, good well, three lots In -*ar
len,  well    cultivate i    fr ll    trees;
outbuildings     conslsl     of
.'. oodshed, chl con-1
-. ��� nlent b icli entr ince. Thi - Is
o it seven min tes . - im the ca
line and offers txce ition il a l\ mt-
-������'s to anyone seeking i quiet
home, Price $1500.00 cash, or good
terms ��o ild i   - lei   I   S I lers'
Vssoclation of B C . opi o It ��� Windsor hotel   New Westminster  B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA     and     MciNEEuEY    STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O.Box   885.
Department of Agriculture
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DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Saving's Account?
THF. NECESSITY of saving has never bee.
more apparent than at the present time.
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ROYAL BANK of CANAD.4
invit'.- you to join the large number of satisfied De ���
INTEREST ADDED _ TIMES A YEAR
Put your money where it ia accessible when you req i
BANKING !1Y MAIL A SPECIALTY
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnis__ed
rooms; mui I . e moderate; near
bridge preferred, Apply Posl Office
Box 732,
i
FIVE HUNDRED MILLIONS
TO BE RAISED BY BRITAIN
Notice
London, Au.g 18. The British government, according to the Daily Telegraph, contemplates raising a large
loau in vl�� w of the growing naval c m-
petltion abroad, it is stated thai financiers of the highest standing have
undertaken to find $500,000,000 on
nominal terms to meet the necessities
of the Heel for the next tew day., without  disorganizing the annual budgets
or   casting  a   heavy   luil'den   upon   the
preeeni  generation.
It* such a plan is attempted it will
be because it Is impossible to forecast
the future requirements of the navy
until a general shipbuilding program
hiss crystalized, ami the sett ini, aside
Ol this fund would be a declaration
translated Into tenon of cash of the
country's Intention to maintain the
two-power standard Al all costs.
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Power conipany. Limited, has
this day deposited In the Land Registry Office at the City of New Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and hook of reference of the West-
minster-Chilliwaek Railway Extension
from a point at or near lots one ind
two, city block four in the Ctt; of
New Westminster, to Abtotsford pa^s-
iti�� through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delia, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite. of Ahbotsford In the
District of New Westminster, being
section one, two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned bj the Chief
Commissioner of I.ands and Work- tor
the. Province of British Columbia
Dated this 7th day of August, A. D.
1908.
A. E. BECK.
Solicitor  Tor  the  Vancouver  Power
(Company Limited.
FOB SALE- First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue; corner of Fourth
street; must be sold this week, as
parties are leaving town.
WANTED ��� Two   waitresses;   apply
Kenny's restaurant, Columbia atreet.
WANTED -Hoy to learn clothing business; apply Westminster Clothing
company.
TO RENT Furnished room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen; Easl
end, close to town. Apply W. K.,
this otllce.
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   106.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -   ��� NEW WEST
POUND���Sorrall horse came to my
promises l'.Uh Inst.; brand on right
hind hip, T. K. over O. E. Owner
can have same by paying expenses.
After expiration ot notice will be
sold to defray expenses. A. h. Mc-
Cauley, Yale Hoad, seven miles from
Westminster.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
VEST MINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���-Under new management
Tenders are Invited Co the purchase of the Governmen Quarantine
Steamer "Earl," lying it the Quarantine Station at William Head, British
Columbia.
The sale will be made for cash.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily   be  accepted
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tenders
for Purchase of Steamer "Karl," will
be received at this office up to Tuesday the 1">th September, nos, at 12
o'clock noon.
By order,
A. L. JARVTS, Secretary.
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,
7th August, 1908.
N.R.���Newspapers _ns��rtlng this advertisement without authority from
the Department will not be paid for It.
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Mfth Avenue
PHONE XTW
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprutora,
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer, and D.aier* in All Kind* o.
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��������� ��� ��� m m
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. pjew Westminster  i
n��n mm���*��� ��EDN^tS
ALGUST  19.   1MB.
thp: daily xews.
PAGE THRK.K
fjotice to Contractors
. dEKS    ad :;��� Bsed to
ed on    the   en-
..,-'. icti  li   ' will
e ol the Com-
...    Transcontinental
until    twelve
- lay,  the    -"tii
-   for the work re-
. ti iction,    in    ac-
plans, profiles and
:..    Commissioners,
., of the Trans.
ipay, viz:
From a point de-
lans of    ihe Com-;
iVeymontachene,    in
Q lebec,  196.38  miles
mtment   of   the'
such point being on;
���"������   Districts  "C"
.  for a distance   of
!' ie of completion,
.. ;,.  .;;,: - r, 1910. j
,        :    i    ���From a ]ioiut de-
...' ti -. i n the plans ot the Commis-1
Z..,-.   about   107    miles    west    of,
^'ej-montachene, iu the Province    of]
^ ....   westerly to '.he end   of   the
Grand Trunk Pacific    Railway    Com-
nany's contract, a distance  of about
11197 miles.   Date of completion, 31st
December, 1910.
(3) Districts "D" and "E."���rrom
a point designated on the plans of the
Commissioners, being at the western
end of Fauquier Bros.' Abitibi contract, in tbe Province of Ontario, in a
westerly direction for a distance of
about 104.24 miles. Date of completion,
.-��� December, 1910.
, 4, District "E."���From a point designated Vt the plans of tho Commissioners, about sixty miles west of the
easterly boundary of District "K," in
tie Province of Ontr.rlo, easterly to
tie end of Fauquier Bros.' contract,
north of Lake Nepigon, distance of
a'jove 100 miles. Date of completion,
1st lAcember, 1910.
(5) Districts -*E" and "F."��� From
a point li slgnated on the p'.ans of the
Commissioners, at the western end of
Fauquier Bros.' contract north of Lake
Nepigon, in the Province of Ontario,
westerly to a point at or near Dog
��� ��� a distance of about 126 miles, j
Date of completion,    1st    September, j
6)   District   F,"���From a point de-
��� ���  in the plans of the Commis-j
oi  ni ar Dog Lake, in the |
Provinc.  ol I intvario, to a point at or I
.   il mill  2.6 west of what is known i
... :���������.-,  . i Crossing, by alternative'
town ou the plans, a dis-,
>t  23 76   miles    by    the
ite, and 24.13 miles by the
ite,  and the selection of'
at the option of the
Date of  completion,
; 109
I ...       ; ;   specifications
e seen in the office of the chief
��� ������ ei    ���    the   Ci mm B&ioners   at
in the offices of the foi-
U Engineers, viz;   John
'���. ��� a    Id
Ba    Onl
case of refusal or failure on the pari
of the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute    a contract
with the said Commissioners,
furnish  the  additional  approved    si
curity within  ten   days  aft* .   th<   ac-
eptanoe of ei ier,    the    said
, ie shall bi   forfeited to t.he O m
missioners as liquidated damages foi
such :��� : isal ��� .  fall ire and   all    c i
tract   rights acquired  by the  acci . i
of t  e ten ior shall be forf< It.
The ,'.,���  ,,-.*, d    bj
who.-, ti .���; Ii rs ai��� ac     *���    will be de-
oslted    ��� the credit ol the Rei ��� I ���
General i ' I'an.ida as part of tht
curity  I ir  the  d ���������  and faithful  performance of the contract according I
its  terms.      Cheques     deposited    bj
parties  whose  tenders    are    rejected
will  be  returned  within  ten  days after the signing of the contract.
Attention is called to the following
clauses in the form of contract:
"All mechanics, laborers, or other
Iiersons who perform labor for the
purposes of the construction of the
works hereby contracted for, shall be
paid such wages as are generally accepted as current for competent workmen in the district in which the work
is iLelng performed, and if there is
no current rate In su^h district, then
.*. fair and reasonable rate; and, In
the event of a dispute arising as to
what ls the current or a fair and reasonable rate, it shall tie determined by
the Commissioners, whose -decision
shall be final."
"This agreement is subject to the
regulations now in force, or which
may at any time hereafter be iu force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor,
and which are, or shall be, applicable
to such works." (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon by
said Department will form part of the
contract).
"The contnactor shall in connection
with the whole of the said work, as
far as practicable, use only material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided the same can be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in the different provinces wherein the work ls
lx.ing  performed.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Hail way.
Ottawa, 18th duly. 1908.
Newspapers inserting this advertise
menl without authority from the
Commissioners, will not be paid for it
sunlight
soap
five
cents
Use   it
Sim;
harmful
all   the   toil
the   Sunlight  way,
soap,    without
'iemicals.,     it    saves
common    soaps
compel.       Get    Sunlight   Soap
and   follow  directions.
ts a b
ar
BELIEVES ROSS RIFLE IS THE
!   FINES! TARGET WEAPON MADE
Staff Sergt.  Richardson,   of Victoria.   Declares  That   New
"Pattern Will Eventually Be the Service Weapon   of
the British Army     Many of the Rest Shots in
the   Country   Are   Using   lt   Now.
TH��(E fBE JQ0HT BJEEII6 P8W9EB8
tAr\C/c
��� UT THERE It
ONLY ONE
jWjjjj BAK1H6 POWDER
II If Part. v. h��l<*omr .ma Fconunkal
SOLO IN ALL a*.Zb3.
E.W.GILLETT BSRS
TO RO NTO. ONT.
NOTICE.
an     nol lfl<,;
,1    tu
iritlsh Co-
Ratlwaj    Co.,
ister or Chllli-
ws are the 1   al manag' r,
N< ��  Wi  ' h'    , iirchasing
igeni   i'ai
Ri      ��� ' the c  '- r .
fori either of i    ive-
mentioned art leu must accompany
all orders, otierwlsi the accounts w--.li
not  be recognized.
P, K  GLOVBR,
Acting General Manager.
Ni v.  Westminster. 13. <\, Aug   6, 1908,
tupei     . ;s    I,    The R<
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���       ���    ��� arm    Sln< e the I
i with
i HI  sii tb.     .aim; . thi ap< ���     Orea    Bi tain
lie new       ���        e willing     exi
com]
Ottawa t
a*. Idi   - hemse   ���     tvlth rlfh    oi
��� ���   shooting     He disi .....
..   svaa        ...   i  ,
 ���;  ;'   ; he onlj < ne to us<
m thi  Hobs ha s risen   .  tin
��� tn< u to such an    s
a   eadj     \ ,.f the fori
....i   .    ered rtfli i ol    his pal
-.' i u foi   mat< h   ,' n pos, b,
staft Sergt F Richardson om "',
thi bei ifli shots In the Dominion,
Is In at tendance at the matches, com
ood  thing, would   be  qui< ;>
���    11    Soc   Bdi at  wafi be ol tt,,.
ng   powers  ol  thi   rifle that   b��
...   led thi   .. ���'  ol one ot
them to anv competitor who was wlll
lng to u >  one
tins oppjOrtunltj * ���* ��� ;- ��� ' i' I bj
Sergt V* \ Clarke, one of Winnipeg's
fori nosi   marksmen,   who   has    tsui
li strict Engineer, North
S   Armstrong, Nepigon,
I       H   Po illn, St
Boniface,
I
u lerlng   are notified that
nsidered unless
���   and on the printed
Commission! rs,
;. tei   in , I   lie Bubmlt-
L'ction
'   be   in  an;,    wa\
cla   ��� ta- ition
. iven by anj
ii   C tnml    on
i mlttlng  anj   tea-
i  make a   i      fu
utiles,
nd read
1 and full. In-
. i hi qu intltj
.nd char-
1 required; and
���" cept and agree to
an 1 conditions
ii eilie'itions.
1   form of tender.
"A"' mu ���    be Bigned  and
*���      to th" tender,
���    ccompanled by
cheque
ROOFING
f^ Standard for
I 15 Years.
\ "THE GRAND OLD ROOFING"
For Your Barn*..
For Your Outbuildings.
For Your Poultry-licuboa.
For Your Residence.
Made in <hrrc permai til ��� "r�����
GRAY, Kl D, BRI IWN Cont��in��
no tar {will t     i ,a.i.uiia  no
, pn," r ; wi . :   ' '        Wi I u  teatel   Jt*
| .... .
> ,i, .;, ,  ������  it.   Send ful
Book lei &
���.
ROFE8SIONAL.
VHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO-
icitor. etc.. 42 Lorne Street,
���' ipnslte Court House, New Westnilti
ster.    Phone 143.
A.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
No
rounded   himself   with  manj   trphles
lng all the way from the Bth Canadian   IV,,,,.  .,,,,, rlfle for ,h(,  flrg, ,���..��� a1
Artillery, at Victoria, to compete, and  500 yards Clarke put on four straight
at   present   shooting   with   the    Ross.bull's-eyes  at   6  o'clock,  and all  of
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
VY. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, HARRIS-
ters, golicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornet
Clarkson and I/.rne streets.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum-
-la and McKenzie streets. New West
���ulnster. B. C.
WF.  HANSFOR D.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner     Columbia      and      McKenzie
streets. New Westminster. B. f
connection    with
combine.
anv
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
'v.
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A 377.
rifle, he is hading with that arm. Start
s< 1'irt. Richardson has won all the
championship matches of any Import-
anci In the Dominion and has proved
his marksmanship both all Blsley and
thc Rockcliffe ranges, as well as in
thi   various provincial meets.
Suggested Improvements.
two years ago he told Sir Charles
Ross that the new "service weapon of
the country was no good, Sir Charles
paid attention to what ho said,(knowing his record, and Invited hlm to a
private  meeting  where he was  called
these were within four Inchen, of each
other    Every shot was low In ihe bull
and he put  up his elevation one de
gieo,  and  not   noticing  that   the  light
had changed as the rain came on, tho
atmosphere becoming duller, neutral!?,
ing the bull's-eye, he obstlnateli hung
on to 12 o'clock and placed four more
shots  wltln   six   inches of each  other
Sergt,   Clarke   had   nothing   bul    the
highU-t  praise for the new model and
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in the future will be a Ross.
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mode of  bettering the rifle.  Richard-led Ross rifles and among them Is an
son  talked  frankly  and candidly told  old Bltsley shot.
Sir  Charles  what   he thought  of  the, Richard-ton's  Record.
arm  and   his  reccommemlatlons   were;     Sergt.   Major   Richardson,   who   did
heeded. Make me a rifle with (our remarkable shooting with the weapon,
grooves, one Inch longer than the pres. i stanoi] 8nootinp when be was hut 16
ent pattern, of heavier build and "" I years of age. and was n member of tin*
the receipt of the same I will set aside princess of Walt* Own Rifles, in
the rifle 1 am now using." this lo what, Yorkshire At is he won his way into
Richardson told Sir Charles, and theu^g  ri)iinty    representation,    having
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proprietor of the factory did so. Rich-
ardtson has been a great advocate of
the Lee-Enfleld and on the recelpl of
the n< w arm he set aside his old rifles
and tried the Canadian make in the
woods Rocky Mountain country exacts a very trying test from any rifle
and the ROBS made good. "On the1
moment thai i received the rifle l did
as I promised," Bald Borgl Richardson.
and I am imi BOrry, The reason that
I   take   tO   the   ROSS   is  that.  I   like   I he
narrow grooves and the broad landes
Which give less liability to llckellng.
The heavier barrel lakes up the shock
of the explosion much more rinidl.
an l gives Infinitely mote satisfaction
to the rifleman.
Stood  the   Test.
-As soon as the rifle was tried on
the Vancouver ranges by Capt, Sclater
Major .!. Duff Stuart and Bergt Mnijor
raven ii was admitted to I e -a greal
liinpiovemeni over anything yel seen,
leaven's Bcore was us the fire time he
iiaed  It, Sclater'B was also    us    and
! Major Duff Stuart's ws�� 3_ nt 500 yds.
��� and   32   al   600,     1   did   not   shoot   With
; tin- lisle al ail at the time, prefei ring
to take tho "pinion of such experts
au i i Imim dlatoly wired Sir Charles
the 11 flu was in everj way sati-.
;.i, ne;, Hurdlj bad Lhe win reuchod
Qui  iec than u  lai  e numbi i   ol  rifle-
1 ne u  in British  I olu hi  had ap] lb I
Ri      11Me . and their wucces   since
be< ii phi nomenal  'r.�� ros �� ho lis vi
n   a ' ���'    won a I  nn 'I  ���
... iiii,. in iho pi      thej  hti ���'��� ; n '"it
of   the   i ami".
Awakening   Interest.
Illllg    I lie    lie -I     I" I ��� . '    ' "II-
, . ; .,        lllcha   . "ii. "the i lllem n I
��� had no know li dge of tl" mat i, III A -
a mallei- ol t.e . Iltile Inti resi was
lukeii in Ha   11 He and as a  facto.   In
��� id,   match cm it waa nol  considered al
all."
Until   Staff-Sergt,   Richardson    de
ninn .1 i.ilcd   thai   the  ROSS  was  capable
oi giich excollenl work the rifle was
, nl novi n i xcepl oa a mal tor of dls-
, us don and us a probable ful ure ai m
of the Bervice. His magnificent total
al BOO hundred yards In thi aggn gati
Including the scores at that range In
the Winnipeg corporation. Hie Hud
sun's liny and the MacDonald, amounl
captured coveted purses put up by the
Yorkshire County association at the
county meel He developed iso rapid
iv thai he never lost bis place on the
count) team. Arriving in Canada, he
hud bis first s-dioot In 1896 at Victoria,
winning the 800 and 500 yard chum
piousliips and obtaining the second
place al 600, He also won lhe grand
aggregate, Gradually forging ahead
he won liophies by the way until he
secured for himself the unique dis
tlnctlon ol winning almost every ag-
grcgate opeu to all comers In Canada
in Ontario be won it twice, lant yeai
he won it at Calgary, while in British
Columbia he has also been victorious
Now, in  fulfillment  ol o   promise t
several Winnipeg friends, he lias goi
to capture the Manitoba aggregate, i
stay  with it annually until he does st
Mosi of the valuable Individual prlsei
Of lbe It. U. A have al soiii" tlm.
fallen lo his superior marksmanship,
and among these are; The president'
prize, Lansdowne cup, MacDonald
match, secretary's match, Canadian
Military itnie League championship,
National Rifle association medal, while
lie hns secured positions on the Blsley
team no less than eight times, A.ccept
oi" ihis place three times ho bus ut
.'.i ii finished fifth In the King's
pi 11, in itch in 11)05, v. title hi won the
SI   tii'orgi      I adge   in.i   ihe  N.  It    \
,. cross twice \i the A.lbei ta
Hum I lust J r hi ������' i ��� ������, Hi it ;. and
it tin     resent I     i ' b,   proud poB
oi   . ���   nlnel   i Ik medal i   ind ctrtii
i '..   hoi il lug    ll will und >ubtedl)
.   i ,   , i...,   thi    lei t'"t in
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abllltj to Impai i to otht i ��� tha ut
of inie shooting hi was chosen M tin*
coach foi the British Columbia team
in tin Lon hm Merchant��' oup to itoh,
"i i he im le i Ms team to victory
(tor four ye trs out of six.    It is   now
a    inal'er   of   history    bow    least    year
he pilot, d        British Columbia team
to ��� ' "     igalns) the British roaches.
ESPERANTOISTS OPEN
SESSION AT DRESDEN
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       ���11.000,000.00
arinche�� throughout Canada ami Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England, I ing  to   100 out   of  the   possible   105,1    Dresden,   i.ug,  18    The fourth    In
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Don-1 caught the eye of the marksmen and t< i national   Esperanto  congress    was
eral Banking Business Transact**!. Ilt once the rifle was the centre of all   formally opened here today with WOO
Letters of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondents in all parts ot the  eyes.    Although  this  was  the  record
Wor!(J. f^tWWttMVf^Ktf*** "fr-** -���      -    '��� for that particular range the-Wore had
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,   to be reduced to 96 as the sergeant-
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added , major had put a bull's-eye on number
f0ur tlmee a year. j 22  target while he was shooting    at.
Total Assets over 1168,000.000.00. number   2::.
\^Vf WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER. Manager Believes Britain Will  Adopt It.
ion Richardson left the tino yards*
ADVERTISE IN THE   NEWS
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pet sons in attendance singing the
Esperanto hymn, The delegates were
weloomed   by the representative    of
King Frederick  August of .Nixony and
the municipality, Dr, Zamenhof, t'he
inventor of the Esperanto language,
made an address on the Ideals of t'he
Esperanto.    The    United    States    Is
range he was beseiged by Innumerable represented at the congress ,by Major
marksmen  who were anxious to Bee'Paul K. Slraub, of the army.
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WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST t,
controled by assistant superintendents,
they in turn directing the inspectors
within their districts, who should
Published by the Daily News Pub- j make dailv report and have the power
lishiug   Company,   Limited,   at   their j U) 8tDp trafflQ on any pi���ce o(    raii.
���ffices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front | WRy conBldered  ansafe,  and  also    to
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST  19,  1908.
DO   NOT FORGET.
Do uot forget the pay roll on public
i stop the use of any rolling stock
they find out of repair. These precautions are taken with respect to
steamboats and their boilers and are
also taken In the cast or stationary
engines and boilers.
In large cities there is an inspection of buildings and unsafe structures are condemned, then why is
this important work of inspection no*
pursued by the state with respect to
railways, where speed is a prime fac-
was twenty-five knots, therefore it
will be the style used until something
tetter is invented. This is of interest
to us in New Westminster because it
was in this city the first models were
made, and the first working engine of
thp class showed its possibilities on
the Fraser Rivef, but like many another invention someone else far removed from the inventor's home saw
its power and reaped the greater reward which -should have come here
had we had a little more faith in the
ability of our own people.
FATHER  THROWN   INTO
JAIL TO PREVENT MARRIAGE
works in this city was never one-tenth t0r   and so  much human  life"
n
at
Tennis Tournament
of what it is now when the Conservatives ruled, because they never did
anything of a permanent character iu
improvements on or off the Fraser
River.
stake ?
The question of cost arises here as
in  the other  cases  where  inspection
now obtains. It was overcome in these
systems   for   the   public   safety,   and
could  be just  as  easily  met   in    the
case of railways.    In our opinion the
cost of  Inspection  should  be divided
STATE INSPECTION OF RAILWAYS   between the  railway  systems and the
The deplorable accidents to sections I sta;e ani' iT would not be a hardship
Of the. circus trains,    ring to the pub-   f��r  'he   railway*  to   meet   the   whole
lie mind a feeling of   Insecurity    In expense as in the case of the   inspec-
railroad travelling.   It Is indeed risky  tions  now   being  made in the   case
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
enough  to  travel   when    only    extra-
cited.    Experts  in the    various     le-
ordlnary accidents are liable to occur,jpartments should    be    employed    it
when landslides, washouts, fallen Um- salaries sufficient to make their |
ber,  and  sudden collapse    of   rolling tlosB  worth  keeping and   put    th tn
stock,    and    other    conditions    ovei   a y*'e the temptation of being
whicli rallwaj management have little  suaded ;" allow '**������' whicn
or no control, but when accidents oc-   absolutely safe.
cur on  account  of the  roadbed an :
track being allowed to I ���   ime * itally
unsafe tor want of .enewal and   repair,  then It  is time for the State ;
step in and take control.   Rotten ties,
not'
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
THE TURBINE WARSHIP.
Mobility of the great fighting ma-
loose spikes, tiange worn Bteel, broken I chines bj sea is a p rently the main
flsh plates, loose bolts, low-joints, poor consideration ''day. The ability to
ballasting, and bad alignment are quickly reach the point where the
conditions which nev-r ought to be Interests of the nation demand a show
allowed to exist where, human life is%of power makes the warship more
at stake. The same may be said of '��� valuable at- a defender of our shores
flat wheete. worn flanges and cracked and of our commerce. The speed trial
castings on roiling stock. The loss of the "Indomitable" on her return
financially to the railway c mpany voyage from Quebec to Portsmouth,
���and the shipping and travelling public with her illustrious representative of
is only a circumstance compared to the King, was entirely satisfactory,
the injuries, and loss of life. The Pro- making the passage as she. did in four
vincial Government, or perhaps the daj*s and seventeen hours. She wais
Dominion authorities for the more on a w ir footing, having on board her
uniform handling of the inspection, heavy guns and her magazines full of
should at once obtain authority from ammunition, and on her decks a full
the legislative bodies, if not already equipment for active service. No bet-
possessed, to cause inspection o; ter 0] portunity could have been given
everything iiertainin**, to the operation for a continuous test of speed and
of railroads throughout the Dominion, nothing could be don" to unworthilj
pection is made under the assist in making a record and in no
Dominion,    a    superintendent    should lould the ti      be called b
1 ...  a   ���"'',-���   control    mder    wnom  T     Bteam turbine has made good   tl
The tennis tournament continues to |
m ike good progress.   There will be   a
flannel dance on Friday at St. Georges
hall.
The following are the result of
yesterday's games:
Men's singles���
Gibson won from Wright. 6-1, 6-1.
Macrae vs. Lewis, one ��set each;
final set to be played on Thursday.
Men's doubles���
Beatty and Rand won from Tuck
and   Motherwell.  7-5,  2-ti.  7-a.
Diamond and Corbould won from
R    sell and Sutherland, 9-7, 6-3.
Mixed doubles���
Motherwell and Miss Corboul | won
from Gibson and Miss C. Corbould,
5-7. 6-3, 7-5.
Today's   Games.
Three o'clock���
Miss Peele vs. Miss Shildrick.
'." mr o'clock���
E 1 iy vs. Davis.
Five o'clock���
Wright and Corbould vs, Lewis and
Gray.
Motherwell  vs.  Martin.
Six o'clock-
Davis and Miss  Mothersill vs. Martin and Miss Rand.
E Idy and Mists Peele vs Spcx ���;��� r
and   Miss  Fillmore.
Portland. Ore, Aug. IS.���Thrown
into jail "ti a warrant charging insanity, sworn out by one of his six
���sons. Joseph Meyers, head of a big
dry goods store, at Salem. Ore., and
one of the most prominent merchants
In the state, was today prevented
from taking a second wife. Mr.
Meyers, who is seventy years of age,
arrived in Portland today and alter
arranging with a clergyman to per-
j form the ceremony, went to the
] county clerk's office to secura a
1 license. At the deisk he was met. by ',
a deputy sheriff, who served the warrant and placed him in jail. Mr.
Meyers said tonight that it is merely
a question of money, and that his sons
fear that in marrying he will lose his
money. He has employed lawyers.
who will bring habeas corpus proceedings tomorrow.
R. G- Macpherson, M. P- J.  B. Kennedy. M. p
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orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert wo-kmen,
and
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Ma;i   orders  Tille_   same  day   as   received
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410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good  Rubber Stamps'
\ meeting of the Liberals of Westminster and
district will be held in Hardman's Hall, -McKenzie
street, on the evening of
Thursday,   August   20
<w
Several prominent outside speakers  will      | ...
the electors.
ORCHESTRA   IN   ATTENDANCE
W. W   B.  Mclnnes  = Robert   Jardine
.-  stems  Bhould        divi li I
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Succassfui Concert.
Tae concert given yesterday evening at Olivet Baptist church, under
the auspices of the B. Y. P. I'., by
Ubert E Greenlaw, a talented color-
id ass sol list, was attended by a
large and enthusiastic audience. Mr.
G   enlav lered a number of di ff i -
,*ith   remarkable  feeling.
e;   .1   splendid  control  i
lis  .     il    owers.   He was repeatedly
I,   J, Parkinson, of Vancouver,
ompanlst.   Mr. Curtze]   ol
I .. e  a  couple    of    violin
.   ch  of  which was  loudly  en-
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PICNIC  PLATES.
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES
CROQUET  SETS.
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What ihey All Say
1 didn't know we could
get such good work In Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a profes-
slonal mani when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS (i
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NOTICE
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Notice to Cot.   ,  ���
Ti udei - ari  Ini Ite i
of Queens  Avenue   Mi i
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addition to Qu< ens \ ���
Church.    New  Wesl
to be addressed   to    IOHN
New Westminster, ai I
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Lowest   or an r tend
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Ten li rs to   e in
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your sho   mom ire it i    too lati      ll   -        ������ man)   i  ii iy
will have anothi portui shoes prices
:u then      v.... my of 6 lyei      ippy dur-
ile and goo I  things  left.    This wee
t on i ��� ���������     nd you will he the loser i. you don t take  id
of it.
We Shoe The Town.
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Shoes   like   these  in   tan  and   black   foi   $2.50,  $3.00  and  $3.50
lti pilai  $1 00, ; 1.50 and $5.00 lines.
Men's Shoes
Children's Shoes
AMERICAN  SHOES  FOR   MEN.
The   Newark   tan,   button  Oxfords; our   5.00 shoe for	
The Newark patent leather Blucher Oxfords; our $5.00 line :
SPECIAL LINE���100 pairs of children's $1.00 and $1.25 shoes tor 60c   .Men's gun  metal  American Oxfords;  regular $5.00 lines toi
Children's $1.26 white canvas shoes, >per pair  75c     Men's tan $5.00 Oxforda tor	
Children's $1.25 and $1.75 patent and kid Bllppers, sizes 3 to 10%, fo-.      Men.g j4 00 1(OX ,.,,.- .���.., ki(, 1#ot3 now   	
per pair 95c
Children's kid oxfords and slippers, sizes l to 7V6; regular $1.25, for,
per pair 70c
Ml   ses'  white ('.nr, as $1.50 Oxfords for. a pair   95;
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$2.95
,$3.00
Men's besl  white canvas Bals nnd Qxfords, all Goodyear well
��� egul u $3 'in goods iiovs      J1-95
All imi $6.00 an 1 $6.50 Walkov r shoes,  In    patent,    tans    and
metata, now. a pair     $5 ��
in
$4.50 and $5.00    Oxfords
button and lace, foi $3.05 ,, pair
Walkover Oxfords in tan and
black; regular $8.00 lines tor
$3.95 a pair.
Special.
Patent leather, dull tops, (tin
cher cut, for $2.75 a, pair.
DO YOU THINK  YOU  CAN  AFFORD TO STAY AWAY FROM  THIS GREAT SHOE FEAST
md
FAMILY   NOW.
All  our   Walkovr    sh
patent  and  nun metal.  I ic
.button, for $5.00 a pair
IT WILL PAY   YOU   TO    SHOE    THE    ENTIRE
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Mammoth five
Sale
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Ch ildren 's
Wash Dresses
Printed Lawn and Gingham
.ard or Buster Brown
ivy, sky, pink, or red with whli      ix months to Bve years,
 50c
Clearing Boys'Blouses at 50c
 wh        ala atln   lui     d< ���       illor collai    ���
i colls       I- ild    -.   i   much ror making here.   Tb
���  aid three rows
Izes.    For   quick
 50c
Hundreds  of Snow - White
!!/���/.      to be unloaded at an average of half
VV (llSio   price.    The   balance of our reserve
stock placed on the quick  .sale tables,  and prices
lowered for bigger business.
i to $1 76 values at   ���   ���
���_    '      *   ,0 value    at 	
0 to 1     ������' v i!n,.. a* 	
BETTER QUALITIES  REDUCED  IN   PROPORTION.
$1.00
$1.50
$?.00
Importers' Samples
��� ������ Ired "nd- and feelers of bla      ��������� ������    dored   llks, t.ie _t   ,
*lrt frills. dress trimmings and millinery on sal" a'  e i
I;   i per :��� ltd. useful
 25c
Another Great Hosiery
Saving.    At 25 cents
I
odd lozens and hall  lozens In fa      ��� u     fid -,\n for
��� I and plain, many reduced I i less than half original
ind i       ''���     ���'>���
nisei Ine    ol
25c and 40c W ide Lace
At 10c Yard
jjjj. ' eyelet embroidery a*OUt fttty pieces to pick from, '.
'������hs up to six lm hes, an 1 values to 43c for, p*->r    U 1
;   .-- -   ;.i     M  Well     I
10c
. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's
Ready-to- Wear
"5aR_=:
>i is.ng on qu   itj
��� :.���:    has
valley, a tribute
-.-.���  Frasi r IU
I ri ci
'''���'��� '' it ������> ������ ,;..  ���:. ral work,
ring up Tid orist     Phone IS.   *
*�� '���'������"'' Fraser rlvei     m
���ovemen     ��� ��� .....   a,���; | ::���.:.
morning, when .1 r>. Kennedy, Mr.
wlll ma .: si itemem on the position
of the       -���', ment schenu *'
500 Yards  Matting, Jusl the
Thing for Your Bod Eioom, at
20c   Per   Yard   and   Up
Sec Our Oilcloths and Linoleums
We    Make     Awnings
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S  BLOCK.  COLUMBIA  STREET.   NEW   WE9TMIN9.rH.   I>    i
OppOttta   Li',11,   Street PhOHS   ,"...
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> ���- "��� ' ��� Una to be
,    , slKtanc.*       IhiM    aie   keenl.    nil'-a-  a-.l
cut*'' i   1 ir ng  (be nexl   few     ia...    a:
,   . . in    the   monument    t.i   Siniaii   V.., ...
Johnston -  big  shoe ���tore **
and  one Ol   il"'   ',a'.���������(  :..-.;*.,-i IptKMU*  to
l'lii   i;- ;:���   \ i\ h; ' be out of tho the   fund   is   from   __   9    Petet
contractors'  hands  In  a   laj   of two,   I'raset  lake   In tin   northern Carl   ���������
the construction being praettcnllj flu
lahed bj now    No arrangement.* have
Clearing out all our summer
��� nd shoes lo inai.e wa\   for tlie swell
��� pen,t io. vacation namplng al Hound
at!  B&j     lie maj  also take a shot i
.'  !���' ""a tie  and  ".V...    sound  CUiM
i tie regulai monthly meeting ~*\ ths?
i ei   trade  "ill  be  held  m    die
..nil    .*,,,,, ���.     i, -   in., ��� ,     ,, .i *     .,,,     i ne     ��� v* ' ' I I
���een compli ted  witl reni e to tlie  ,  ,, ,  , ' *r
ia",  and  ��  ltd      tiHiils     Johnston  ���
lHVfll"d     lOOlll    :\\     plghl    ,'  ,'le,   I,     !,MI1���U:I��
n enliia
; Ial trip
No' made t.i -, lea ���" the c>���. bul t"
hoe stor<
please  Ihe   palate     The     H    C '   .""1
* i lld Si irt" Cigar i
\  Jap mi in ed slim,' ���., i   \.e ...
., I w ho   BtOlc   ���'    ��  Itcll   t."li.    M.       i ��� .,
\   dan, e   \\ :       ki   :.i\ en     |n     T: a e:
hall, t'i i ia,  ,\ eulng,  Vug - t $1
i\ lion   ������! tt) tn.;   w i; li   a   ��� "'.in' i j man   in
Then n�� ii"  meeting  ef    tin ell)   on   _ igust  6,  iviui   louleueed
hoard of  managers  ol   the  Royal Co   i toon    mouths'    lmprii.��'i  non
lumblan  h i "ital  this    afternoon,    it
having '"ei! pes'pone.i tr,', next Wed
iv 1,-. iwlng to the absence of four
ni inn '- i   ��� ��� "in   t lie   ell j
I'lio������<���        holding        it" italiiMV
net ice
I.l Ive
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fi ring   :b.<   blft-J    i   -sua;' ���
\',a:;i. mile     Corbould     yesterdaj
I le   lias   J e|   (,<  aie-,. ii   eli.u ;e .   \\ hlch
,   prof erred   '���"���   the   Vancouver
lld    \\ lib   I eleri'lli'e   |.i  al "'" 11   al    ll    ���' I
1    Ml   Ills   1'" ������'��� ���   ,.'11    VI ll'll   .11 1 e.'"d
iiy   I',:,���,ui,,  Bradshaw,
Ul   I ,11mm at .   in   lai .   ,11,   and  di'-llli-t
ai e   belli I 11)    ill! iled   le   .1',   end   (tie   hla
mil)  to 'ee held tomorrow evening in
\     llaidmaiil.   hftll     M.li'i.elU.ie     .(net
tin i ral prominent   ipi nkei ������ ��111   de
i;\ er   addle .:,,-���������
n S'ow Went minster a \  contract between    Hohertsoa   &
our  -.' ������ tala     Johnston's  bl v.   .,m.|i,.n  .,.,i���   ,u;i  be    held    at MaeOowan and Jeffreys, of WtucottilB
shoe h   . *'   ,h(   |      |������ nv,,rj   ...,,,,,���. ,,��� [,'ridtt)   ''"  !h" 1'igglng ol about five million
,    noon    n,M     ,ii,1   o_nr.1l      .nnenoHIno      ''      Ol   tllUllCI   Oil   UlllUa   leeenlti    |UO
A ni" i i ��� aii.ui.'-.ed al Queens  ���'' ���   ' on uoxi  and <.,. n    sucoeeaiug
ii.-..ii.. a-.i           ...i etc I-. e,i i"  iin- Ittltei    neat    llnrrloou
pai i, i' "ia subcommittee of
the  board  ul  rontrnl, lo consider  lm
i 'rid     uftoi noon    Sale commences ul
in     i im ���'��� ���..   cult le.  rigs,   etc     w ill
tii,e ha. been  itgued    The work will
e Included
.��� . 'io  , "iiiiiieni'eil   ullhoiit   il'dai
pim emeti       ���  ' lie    pari,    enl r ince ���
and 1>X"    '    "  '  "! !h" torihcomlng     |{oj  ^^^  ^ r^u] ^^    J    .  ( ^ ^^ (g {M^ h(,a ft)
"Xl'"""""       '"        'n   a"   *l��       "'      '" ,���������. Ki.ina lineup.,,  the lac, .,.-.,���    M 1)      MquaN     lltll     event,.,.: All
| r.ame again i s ippm ton lo be played
For    -il'-   Seven    roomed    house,Iai   Qtieena  purii   tuniorrnw    ovenltvg,
Paiti   room,   pantrle     closets,   wood   the formei rei      lng       - u on the
ghed;     lioi ���     it al I    ��� irrlage   house; | ih'fence,   whlh   Chile  will hold  down
[run  tre<       ai full lot.    For turlher
pai'" ul ��� i owner, 192 Eighth
Btreol
tlOOll   pi
thu ie '
,n   ib,    fiirihei   ��� n i   ol  -ti"   building
from ���        e.eut offlei     M ire privacy
nlnyej . resliltug In ttii�� city, ivhMhsi
uiTHiaied with Hi" local <-inti ot  not,
.lie   iu\ lie,I   le   till n   "Ml    I"   |" aiiii e   en
iii,, regular days,   V ",tuc.,i.i\ >    md
frida) ���
ibe niarkoi  clork
i red   in
I'll :.|    lli'lln I'lie    1J i ��� ��� -. 111 i    lineup    will
in-     ileal  OtlTord; polnl, Peele; cover
polnl   I'e.i, mi    defence llelil   Mcl'oi
llllli       Manuel Ing,   11.mil ,   ei nl i \<    l'i- :
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iiiiape dm $ mm) voted fot   lh    rellel
nl    the    alll'el ei   .   ill   I lie   I  ' ' I   il    ll       1 "' '
I ' a. tit   IKil    be   ll  llltCli d    I"   """"
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recent   couveullou  ftl   Beallle of    till
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Munn  iiiii   liiindri i  , ���   ill   i  '"I
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come rellel
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a (    con Id : able    nterest    In   the
historical oxhlh    ol  - he - ���       ; i     ":
the pn ���"'   ���   u  the foi   i ex
hlbltlon,    Owing  to   the    fact    that
:,., ' of 'ie' ' irly recoitl . were *iuns
���   ���. i    ;.        ife    keeping    from  the
 red  "": lying   po        "..   factoi ���
li'llltlg      mi  li
lendereil   i    tin oi rlieiitrn
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and   i li len   ll< uli'-l I
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y me. t lug "1 Hi.- building ��� niiiiii
it,,, i:,,.,al i oliunblnn Iio ptl i|   ' i
1   ,,i   ile-   I,., pii.i!   yestei Ifl
 ti  ii   etlug of lhe ii'iHi.-i    a      'I !"���'���"   were    prv_.8til     lam
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r   \   vi "-..     An  i i .an'  |16o in
mn ial     "���"      ��� a ���   i   "  voted   ''
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numbei   of    rothei    mini Uirs,    nexl
 ii       ii a '. Ice   ���' iot '"ii' n
,   ]'..������,   w   VV   ii.  Uromwlch, or the
Burn        ml * i"11     Mr     Magee    will
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aimev    wilt,    paw .' (1    on    foi    api '
l,ul iin- tenth ' im ib" lew Isolation
, uitage.) w.ie mil opened b' i iubi
,,r ii,,, ui,--.en" -: ot the an hlteet
Vai lous can -��� -; h ivs eont i ibuted
I,,    make    the    hospital    an it nail)
full,      Find   1'    IS   difficult      lo     aeeom
modate All the patlstitfl
CLEARING!
SALE
of BRUSHES!
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i ind'. b iii. cloth, bath, nail, in'    We
liavci decided to give the public n big |
ti maun) rm thia week    Vou i an b.i'.e '
.mi brush in the   store    (tooth   bx
i.;,i.-di  nt one thini oft* ibe regular
price    They nr" nil good value   im
irted in best prices,   He,, our eiioi*
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CURTIS'
Drug Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
P.S.���Can give you better value on
spectacles than other-.. We make a
specialty ot this l'.ae.
/ Am On the
Road for
Business
\u I I wiiil your.. If low prlcM and fa-ir lr*atment, will do it
i write  iii kinds "f in_'irana_�� in reliable independ a.- Can
Companies ���� th��- lowest pcsHribls rates and ean  os
a large percontage of wh.it you are now ;.,    ig      eclallyon yom
Hie risks    Ml thai l ask Is that  rou -rive me  i ahanoe to qtioti
my  prices imd I urn tatlsSsd to  ���<���   ���  i Ion,
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of the money I can save therm,    Wh,  nol   .mi?
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, ^^ ^
CLEAN
SWEE
Our Fifth Annual Clearance Sale
Commences NVeanesday, Aug. 19th
We intend to make this sale the banner sale of all sales, and in order to do that we have cut prices down to
less than the prices of the goods at the factory. It will pay you to come early and take advantage of
the best bargains.
Read On for Prices
Men's Fine Tweed and Worsted Suits
Latest style and patterns, regular price  15.00  to
$18.00; sale, price      -- ... $8.75
Men's Fine Tweed and Worsted Pants
Regular 4.50 to $5.50; sale price
per pair      -       -       -       $2.50
Men's Fine Fancy Vests
Dark patterns, regular 2.50 and $3; sale price - $1.00
All sizes.   These vests are the best values ever offered in the province.
Men's All Wool Cashmere Hose
Regular 30c a pair, sale price per
pair        - - - 15c
Men's Strong Working Shirts
Regular $1.00; Sale
price.
45c
Men's All Wool Underwear
Regular $1.25 a garment, sale price
6vc
Boys' All Wool Sweaters
Regular price $1, sale price
50c
Men's All Wool Sweaters
Regular 1.50 to $2.50, sale price
(5c
Boys' Knickers
Regular price $1, sale price
45c
Men's fine dress shirts; regular $1.50  ind $1.7...    Sale price ...75c
Men's Fine Shoes
Three hundred pairs men's fine kid  and box calf, (loodyear welt;
regulai $5.50 and $6.50.    Sale Price, per pair   $2.95
Red aud  blue handkerchiefs; regular 10c.   Sale price
,5c
Leather Suit Cases, Bags and Trunks at   Half   Price
Blankets and Trunks at Cost
Marcella handkerchiefs, with colored  bordi   .   regular    25c.    Sale
 10c
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Some Snaps
Men's tweed suits, latest styles, all sizes; regular $10.00. Sale
price $3.25
Men's tweed pants;   regular $1.75.   Sale price, i>er pair    75c
Men's braces (Police and other fine makesi; regular 50c. Sale
price, per pair  25c
Men's good strong working shoe.-: regular $2.2a. Sale price, per
pair $1.00
it'..-' tweed school suits; regular price $3.50.   Sale price ....$1.60
Boys' strong Bchool shoes; regular price $2.25.    Sale price ...SOc
Our uew fall stock of Cr&venette and  rain coats Jusi  ai   ������
tbey will also be put ou sale at prices never before heai
Five hundred Bien'.- al] wool flannel   overehtrU;   regul
$3.00,    Your choice.    Sale  price, each  	
A S'JAP.
Men's fleece-lined underwear;  regular 75c.    Sua-    price
up ut   	
canvas cloves; regulai  price 10c,    Sale price., four |>a ���
Hoys'  braces,   regular  20c,    Sale  price,  poi' pair  	
���15c
10c
| Don't forget this sale starts Wednesday morning at 9 a.
Shop early.   Mail orders promptly attended to
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WESTMINSTER
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nlty" in thi  ��� ���> ���
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
ban i    e miles in
f the       "-1._
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Drink
Price 25c
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lend ng     t.
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I ���   . rmlng land own-
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- i." iwa, of Intention
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ol the Minister of the I^erlor    JR   Qur  Wjn(l()W   f()r
| ���    ���    i       illi ati ai
111   init   be   pal*4 '
Ryall's Drug Store
lo  Contractors
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Notice
See That Dinner Set
Telephon. communication has i>epu
eatabliahed     with     \> E :rMi\Mi-u
hmtii in   \-\ ri   mi  .DOV\ 8  ii VM
\ii i\ii   HANI'IV, UU8K1N    .'-,., ,,m
, . on 'In ��MI ���'���" ''itj ��111 '"*
opened shoi 11 \    Notlei   -     bp given
a.   iddll lonal nflli es  an       ��� ���'   '
We have others at
$20.00
$10.50 lirl,lsl1 Columbia relephonn Co., iw
$15.00 down to $8.00.
ho! Canadian  Homestead   You Can get one to please you  here
Regulations.
lava .'
Ira B Colum
f 1 b   auy person
of a I imll; . or '
- ears of age, to the
I ;' ,   on of 160
| Phone 97.
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GROCERS
Prompt Delivery
f-- ter of an | *
|tg homi   i
r':- ��� I to ;
P* ��� ;   ���      i th   e
I-       e:.e of th<     t  ; owing
Watch Repairs
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WoHtiuinntnt
Transfer l <��
I'honi    i""       Barn   Pti        I '���'
i olumbla  Btreel
l.'EH'H"     ilelit i - to
an    pai * "i I he ���
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"rr u r    t ham hfp'i i
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Part)   ,.r   rwentj *������������   \*. ill   y igll   Ml
rait.  ,.f   c-p   Dominion     Reach
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��� in arr!ve al Rlni nis. I ; �� the I m
pi-pas ol i' - land tud 'i ^.ftei three
,..���,,, eastern Canada the; ":"
.,..,, h v. Innipea about Bepl iM I
��� ., \ i,,,,, i., i i st^ppihg at "' ""'������"
Poi '"ye Ifl frali 1<   lti aln i   Moo.    las
Mai lend and  Letliln l'i (uriilii
'it"-,    i ilmon ni'   -'���"-���' al ��� li
.,,,,,    pi i,,,..     vihi "   in '     Bnskal -���"
Doll     i ,,,,,, , ��� lotiei   Ruddle!   *���* 111  '"
..in|,.in, ,ii. in ci,' ��� .t ihe  - ,
MIHMMIlNIMSAKI
LAIil Kill UKKYKIIIIMVI.il
MinnrApolu. St. I'auI
ami (.hnairo
rH_j   TRAIN  -'1   _ *��MF.
-.1,:    Nt3^ttt-V* ���������i^i;\    ltd
Embodies the ft'ewes*!    ��nd besl ���������- a
(.-    ..'Mt,'t.i     CONVENIENCE
, \ -, -.. \      \,   i,  ���������������...=   with
;"'*"*   elei "    *"������'   tv-*   ��e-   mosl
brill *"���' ' SHutainated ������ -*" in the
1 ta��� a..., ,-"���-"' cohsists ������'
private ompai tnieni cars standard
i,- .-,,;.-��� slseperss lirimriOus dining
cat, f*v"-"'o chair rar�� (stats frte]
modcHi  ���'���"   etoaeb'fts   and  t--^��<   ii
t'.->lj    in.i    .v>a,-l,.,a0    ,-^,.
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Fur thei  teformatioh call on or w-*-
i.-ur.i;ii    ii.-.ui
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Ma.   \-...���rm*   ��� i.a.i��..t|    9.   r��"\   ��^
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ti ��..��i�� 1 uT ... 1 i,;,._B..
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eqhip hi  thai  "f 'h- Chicago,  Mil
"".1��� r^ 51   Padi t;-';|"-<i     ii.~,
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t,..i  ���!.,;-(.     ,c .'.. iin .i'a.i, 1, .;.,. ...I
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If "fi ir watch is st       ng 1       nnir
ad . ������ will r pal   am! make run propei        Pro #
an live mov. meni ��hlch not                       n             > we can *
r >g; ,',. 11 down I 1 the   eoond propei 01 lei .
ai    "ration ol *      land    in'
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:W. C. CHAMBERLIN  ^~
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
, ,,.       . .     1.     ilth mgii    ii
��� ii   lie 1   '" mt In  '������ ���""    ' '    Idem
- .... 1 ei-- a " '.  sti 11 ��� lieii
hunt ��� - tn   -filca   the tjui si; is
-.,  . ,..,.   .,,.,. 1,,.  ��� m take Is  ',. ad ���
Rgll iting        ���.    Ill     si -"..a-i'ii.    line
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vi 11     if the Hi -1 be  ' iMi"-
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, . 1 . ,|ite_ (o " ��� .,',,im"'1''Iq the
,,, i   thosi   trlth   bitti     1,"1
. iu,,, ,      ������ 1,  ,-,, an line wade " ' - -
���   ���    I ifl S '���' '���"""��� .1-.
���   ���    ��� ��� ������ lhe ''-"
,   ..-������ ..,,.   .,;.|   foi
the R/.f._    oit parts
..   ��� tor th" eomlq \
NURSERY   STOCK
:  :������ ... .....-������          r             m  y ���'��� ''"" A
HOMK NUR8CRT, wh-.-       .   ���:������ r.-r    -,.-:���        '��������� '      *���      l��
u getting acdlmatad trees    vv- .:                       '*��� trass md
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ugent in yoor locality, rrtta       t�� at Barnaul           ' ' V****
NURSERY ANO GROUNDS. BURSAS/ L* ' Z   3   '.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Eatlrnatas   Submitted
.. Wc-t minster..
Iron   Works
IOIIN     HPItl,    I'eipe'l'i'
M .1 ll'lf I' '   '       ' -:    Of
Vtmejlil      lien     fi_ll��e,     I'm-"!       f.r����>
i"u", . ai'.iny A_lHl_ld#, snd
Go no tal M���� .lilnn Work nnrl
I1LACKSMITHING
')ffl,��    _,,,.|    W'.rVe
Tenth ^"!��!t.        Nrw WRslmlnstnr wigm ��� of��t*6�� P����e is
 a. ,      ���.   1, , pffiriFii rf'i'*  /�� 1 q c p��11
1   n   "   r_AMii.   LOOSE   NO. 27 ���
' he '��""1 'i.,..o .,f nou 1.. |g .
_,o held lh Oddfellews hall   I ol	
hla  .itooi, BVerj   m.,���������'���..   ,.,,.,.1.,..
ti 0 ,, clock
^   (I   u   W-rnn��n 1 "��'GE No. 3
Meetings *1'" ""', and third ' !
da."    lh     *">������' h V!0"'""
brethren bordtally Invited to attend
1 odge ���    S   0  "   w  ,,"n   " Id
fell ���*���*   ������'"��� '���   ' ������������ i-��"��   ��������� '
:'Uint   BPfifjcr re.  n.    1'*<".   - ������ ���**
Moo'q 11,q r.eirfi!  Friday lh the
,���,,���i>,  at  s  o'clock   In   the  small
��� nii   oddtell  iva  block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA No. 8808,
A. O. V.���The regular roeftlnga of
uiU i_-,ae_> ,ryi hel'l ttrt the.Second
p., 1 r,.,rrh TiieaHay_ of enfli month
at i 1,   "���   in ihe Ori'lferiowa' Hall.
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Irterurtjan   Lif-i
Cars   'nr   V��ncnTjar����r   and     "'
a*r.,ir.lona  w'-i   rtn  *��v��ry half-
.lour   bma   ~\.,\t)  \  m.     f_a<*it
o.ar ifta*)** af. 11  p   m
CLaat irar Iv   Virw.r.u '�����*��� 11   !'l
Cars teawi r_a��_   tApivt.    I*���'''
twenty mtaurrtrt   .nr both   a.>n
>*n��n imi  .I*,' [dbRi .v..r cue
f.ltj   :.,n��.
-. - ���   ..in.-     '.*,-, '.(.av*. tram
.-���:-,�� iu   in. n.tir  WMttf mm- i>
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���..������
--.mmi'iii'ing  ir ���! _<. a   ai  "
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.aoijurton Line: Cars leave
11 v-ii nimtt iia after the hour, (,
ia.i uiut m.l fifty minute* after j J
_u> umr. ciominenclng at (VM,.
l   n.
iiiMM.iv Service  naiT-nenriy be- i 1
v/.cn -1..SI' a.m. and 11 p.m.
�� Briitiah Columbia Electric Ry.Co.,Ud!
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1. CRAKI.
Enell��h Watchmaker
I,,,.,    ,1..:..    f......     (i*n     A*lr*r*,*,    i. .;������*,
ladles'Ooid Wstct-M Ifttth 111.79 np
f;c_ri'l->'.iQTl'a     iiii -o.      W.i'.l'fi'      'n,on
���.      16,00.
Ueatlemefl's Silver  Wfl'"*iea   dotlbls
*' "^0 up.
!_'"��� 'or the celebrated =to>i*h rt��""i
.j  guppllftd  to   the   Welhoan
>. ������������   i- .noflltlon.    VI!  warranted,
ia  ���-   Rlnps, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
-1, ,rr.i,   rppalrlng;    enarges   reaaon-
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QOOKSLEY'S
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POST CARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE.
J. G. GAMON'3 CIQAR DIVAN, and
F. MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
.\, .   nl   kn*   18    W Ith   165    ..���-���-
of hi  .     1.   ������ e,,   .',.
ilt��d tfttl/ three
months  ���.- ���        ���   MrCAulej    ������* ->  ���
. ,..   ... on   '���'-"������1 the '���"���'ti"!  1
..,,--,     -he    Type
.    ....  a
in.        : ������ ������ -I   ���'"   lh*   *"-m
���\,���.  ').,,���_,,,., - ,
 -   .-������-.   -..���   Vlr   VTf AulAy  and
��� i,,>. -  irstr<rtB,  add 'hoy have   1
.,,.     ...    .       .      ���-  ....   ��� V-",-,'      ���-.
ff,<a' |n Jeprttl The ore i�� (rf *ho
h11.hMt grade ��"*���* WtfWWt. on Van.on-
ver island.
Mr Nordstr<im was the original
locator of the Yreka and the lune
group, and Mr. .McAuley was for years
manager ot the latter property.
German Balloonist Injured.
Berlin, Aug 18.���As Captain Von
Kroupgh'8 balloon was approaching Its
landing place here today tt was forced
suddenly downward by a current of
air while at a height of sixty feet. The
gondola of the ship strut)* the ground
violently, breaking the left arm of
Captain Vou Ktough.
rp/irep.jfw 'iRi.cp ..p F/vrsi r<5
a-,-i ^ w, "(1 \feptq every Tuesday
evening st 8 p   r"    in the Eagles'
��� , ,,,, , .    ��� tretil     .    '   ������
w. Prp��,  H   Bclofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL"fEMKLARS OF TEM
PERANCE nieot every Wednesday
at  ^ o'clocl.  p.  m.. In Oddfellowa'
hail, ^ol'imblrt afreet.
IONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A��
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP. 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ot every month in
K   of p. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I.  O.  O. F.���Royai  City  Lodge,  No.  3
Mteeta   in   Oddfellows'  Hall,   Ool-
���im'.iia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'cloclc. Visiting brethren will
be madr> welcome, ,T. S- Lawrence,
v (ir. C. R. Osborne, P. Q-, recording secretary.
BOSe OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Oegroc meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
ln K. of P. Hall, '"olnnibla St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1598; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, t. O. Tr, C. O.
F��� Court Westminster, No. 330:
Brotherhood ot Owls, Neat No. 19;
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 19
"Clean Cur
That's Our Brand
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CANADA FAVORS
I       BOUNDARY STRIP
iSaws
pp   i Chisels
Concurs in Proposal of the
United States to Check
Border Crime.
WINDSOR SALT ia ���
Canadian tall ��� guaranteed by ���
Canadian company. No one
guarantee* the punty of imported
wits. In��iil on having WINDSOR
SALT. maw
Iiii   I Hammers
Axes, Etc
Any of our tools bearing
"Clean Cut" are fully guaranteed
by us.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C
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J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Eic
Aerated Water*,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office  Eiftot ��treet
NEW WESTMINSTER. *. C.
Ottawa,  Aug.   18.���The governmenl
'.; Canada has concurred In a proposal
of   the   United   States   authorities   for
ihe reservation of a strip uf land sixty
feet wide aloug each  side of the International   boundary    line,    between
the Yukon territory and Alaska, similar   to   that   recently   laid   out   along
the Mexican boundary by proclamation
of the president of the United States.
Protection of Revenue.
it.  is considered that Buch a Btrip
will be of great service ln protecting
the revenue and in the enforcement of I
the law generally.    It is thought    advisable, therefore, to at once reserve,
the land necessary and prevent entry
upon it, or the erection of structures^
upon   it,   except   railways,   aqueducts,;
canals  and  other  works uf a  public
character.    Fart of the rights to the:
strip of  land   mentioned IB vested in
tho province of British Columbia, but |
it is considered that the province will j
be willing to co-operate with the Dom-
lnidn.
Road Reservation*.
In its memorandum on the subject,'
the Dominion government has sug- j
gested, also, that steps be taken to
make a similar reservation along
otheit. parts of the international
boundary, which, besides extensive
stretches of water boundary, comprises some 1900 miles of land. On
the -100 miles west of the summit of
the Rockies, the government of British Columbia has already reserved a
strip of territory sixty-six feet wide,
wherever the land has not already
been disposed of. East of the Rockies, j
under tiie original surveys, road al-j
lowances were left adjoining
line. These road allowances are no
longer under the control of the Dominion government, having now passed
under the jurisdiction of the ffrovince..
of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
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berta. All the provinces would doubtless agree, however, to make the reservation permanent, although to secure
, that end concurrent legislation by the
the
"! United States or by the several states
affected to reserve a similar "strip
would appear to be desirable.
To Stop Smuggling.
On that part of the boundary from
the St Lawrence to the St. Croix river
there has been found great difficulty
in enforcing the law on account of
so-called "line houses," which are
made centres for smuggling operations, standing as they do close to or
directly upon the line. The Dominion
government's views upon the subject
have been forwarded to the American
authorities through the British ambassador.
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Basket Social  at Burnaby.
The basket social held on Saturday-
afternoon in aid of the building fund
of St. Albans church, Burnaby, was a
| thoroughly  successful and    enjoyable
'.occasion. Quite a pleasing number of
I people were assembled from all parts
of the district, in the grounds of Mr.
1 Mawhinney, at  Burnaby  Lake, which
were   excellently suited  to  the occa-
; sion.    Boating, lawn tennis, etc., were
j fully and happily indulged in and in
the evening the auction of the baskets
I proved a great attraction.    Four dollars was the highest figure paid for a
| basket.    Altogether $105 was secured
. towards the building fund.
Notice
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I HOUSE OF QUALITY!
1  will not be responsible  for    any
debts contracted  on    behalf   of   th<>
| steamer Favourite
I. C. BRUCE.
We mvite you to inspect
our new Tall clothing
which   has   just   arrived
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\Ve are foremost in style,
nt,     fabric     and    finish
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
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PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
j J. Eugene Brown & Co.
CLOTHIERS      HABERDASHERS
J. TRAVERS FTln^Kand
*J*     llY^TallVJ     VALUAT(jR    <      t      (
All   business   In  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale  every  Friday  morning '
Collister's Summer
Sale Snaps
A sale is going on in this store which lasts all ,m
month. Summer goods are being sold out regardless of cost. The stock must be greatly reduced as
our new fall goods are due before thefirstof next month
Everything  Reduced (Except  Spools and Patterns)
EVERYTHING AS ADVERTISED
Ladies' 75c Lisle Hosiery
45c Per Pair
Just about twice as many Ladies Lisle Hosiery in
stock as we should have. This month must see the
stock reduced. So down go the prices. These are
Wack lace and embroidered lisle, also plain black
pink and sky tan lisle and black lisle with cashmere
feet. Sizes are 8 1-2, 9 and 9 1-2 inches. Regular
prices 60c, 65c and 75c.
All One Price.   Per Pair 45c
  ���
Summer muslins and light
wash fabrics
11c PER YARD.
Regular values art 15c, 20c and
!_���">���, and in the lot arc striped
galateas, chambrays, plain cham-
brays, Batistes, percales, fai)o\
organdies and barred muslins; a
good selection of patterns In the
most serviceable, colors and qualities,
Dainty waist silks    You m buy a
45c  PER YARD pA^SO!  lUM *]\
Fifteen pieces of checked, striped j HALF PRICE.
Only thirty  lefl    and    ��*��� Mill
and fancy silks, suitable for blouses   cU>ar lhem 0"u,_    We   loSl.   ^l
und shirt waist suits; all small pat-   on ev^r-v :iari*""- "'   B*     Howffl,-[
that's our  loss,  and    your  saiil
terns;  lengths from five to fifteen   Special  values  in  ladies' paraKUJ
Regular prices, $i 50    i'< '���   *'��� l
and J6 50.   Sale   price   each 75.1
45c   $2.25. $2.50 and    ��-^l
yards.     Regular   price   60c.   75c  to
J1.U0.    Sale price, per yard
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Still a Chance to Buy Wash Skirts at
$1.95 Each
Only about two dozen left, and materials are linen, pique, duck, drill,
cotton, tweed, in white or dark navy and black; length-- 38, 40 and 42
inches; are full sized skirts. Regular prices $2.50 to $3.75. Sale price,
each  ��� $1.95
New quilting cretonnes     Large size socks for   | Ladies' cotton undervt
REGULAR 25c:   SALE PRICE'
EACH 20c.
Juet  in, thirty pieces of art cn
tonnes In Amerli an patti i d
silkollnes,   36   Inches    ������'��� Idi ;    an
ateens In new  colorings an '.  i
terns.    Ul moel Bultabli  fo
small boys
Jusl what people have
D    I   ���.
lng for in the past,    i lm  n< w an -
ortmi nl ol socks can be had  In
'  a, white and black  an    tin     /���
and comforterB, having   een cat       A,   wl h ,,, ,.,,,  ,,,,,. aUentlon ���,
fully selected for that purpose   Pei   are ''���'_. 7. 7';... 8 and  *.'..  Inches
yard    121 *2c to 25c   Per pair
20c, 25c and 30c
I
Fifteen '���' ��� '
co -"ii undervest , *
- -. . 32 to    4"    Inch
i i U e, each
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Hundreds of Boys' and Girls' Wash Suits and Dresses|
on Sale at Immense Reductions
School will be commencing In a few days and bargains like these wiil  be most opportune.   ���� '"''
our Ready-to-Wear Department.
W. S. Collister & Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR |
J We Close at S:30\
We Close at 5:30
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