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 f(iite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
iW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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Phone 85
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Lokttnbia St.
)I_lt.\lE 3, NUMBER 191
NEW
ESTMINSTER, B. C SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8,
908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
[STERN LACROSSE
LOOKS GOOD TO EAST
STRIKE BREAKERS ARE
COMING IN SHOALS
(onto Papers Compliment'! Chicago Sends Two Hundred
almon Bellies on Showing j to Work in Winnipeg-
lade Against Indians.
Ithougli defeated In tiie exhibition
3se match at Toronto last Suiur-
the  Westminster  team  made   a
impression   upon    the    Toronto
H   followers, the  newspapers  giv-
I,. Salmon Bellies complimentary
,.  . afti l   the game.
\ \\.   ', officiated as one ni the
|1.. epei i, while "Biscuits" Peele
posted behind 'he goal posts in
apacity of umpire.
pry   Toronto   paper   which   has
jhed   the   News   contains    n   notice
lUmentary  to  the appearance of
(Westminster  boys, who are  said
ail decked out in new suits made
janilso, of Torouto. The team that
forced into the limelight as an
Irtisng medium  is certainly    en-
mr i
to rank among the foremost in-
tions of tbe west.
|e following are a few   clippings
the Toronto papers:
Toronto Globe.
Cumsehs beat the New Wfistmtn-
nramplons at the Island Saturday,
beat 'hem badly, more than doub-
���their score ai Id to 4, but the
fm vi .'.bom SOOu people who wit-
the game left the oval wouder-
��hat the score might have been
���the westerners tried very hard,
fcheir title at stake. The veteran
^ull stated before the game that
Westminster would take no
tbey would win if they could
^t getting Into a lacrosse battle,
not would lie content to show
|st they could go and the style
[game which won the Minto cup
���Shamrocks. Charley Querrie,
the tin,:: game at Montreal,
that the. Indians would
Jly be able to win against the
ii impious if the latter played
the form shown in tbe metro-
Boys Had the Speed.
seen early In the game that
lesterners had speed, stlck-hand-
|bility and the line points of the
thoroughly drilled Into them,
itook few chances on going In,
frlng tn make most of their shots
Ij outside the defence.    But when
[did go in  they    were    lightning
and their passes were short, fast
urate     There   is no   denying
thej   are  an   exceedingly    high
team,  and  some of  the  specta-
|R*enl bo far as to say that   the
Jplons could have beaten the In-
had  there    been    anything    at
Did Things to Alex.
ex. Turnbull, the patriarch of the
wesl of the Rockies, was not In
kanie, a fact which probably slow-
pe team down considerably.    He Is
renin piece of most of the plays,
acknowledged  to    e the greatest
��� ner.11   now  In    the    game.
bimii was the object of the close
Bl    i of the Shamrocks at Mont-
and he has Bomthlng to show for
Iiarl in the game. Two scars, each
li ch required live stitches, tell of
i the Irish did to him. On one or
occasions tliey did go ln on the
Bin goal, ami they went so quickly
the ball uas in the net before the
'd could realize It. Again they
i'ii poorly and fumbled, appearing
without spirit in the absence of
Ji'iiill. They beat the Shamrocks
in Mont real, and that, is going
The crowd roasted the visitors
their seeming indifference, and
|i*.-st lagged to such an extent that
of the. spectators left at half and
quarter time.
Toronto World.
|lie same big crowd that saw    the
club  win  in  the 9th  waited  for
lacrosse game that many figured
for   the   championship   of   the
lld, which  title  the victors,    New
lit minsters,  had  just    taken    from
(Shamrocks In Montreal.   The vlsl-
made a  favorable impression    at
start, ibut after half time    many
Is in the stands were left vacant,
t was then seen Tecumsehs had a
k-ovcr.
Salbraith Scores for Tecumsehs.
attempting to relieve during the
t��tni quarter, Galbralth put the
��� in the Westminster net.
Pat Mixes With Felker.
little episode happened just be-
lull lime that was not on the
Irani. P. ikeT slugged Feeney when
Yards -Both Sides <4uiet.
Winnipeg, Aug. 7.���The situation t i-
day is more Berlous than at any lime
Since tlie Canadian Pacific machinists
went out.
Fifteen shop foremen walked iut today, refusing to work wiih Japanese
strike-.iieakeis. it. is reported that
tho telegraphers employed by 'lie company ate on tin.' point of striking in
sympathy,
Grain Men Anxious.
Grain dealers expressed tin: greateBi
anxiety this afternoon regarding the
movement of crops and there is great
fear that heavy loss will be sustained.
*iii inc-wr-a..... - wi/rniny In.
Winnipeg,   ..u,,.   .. -_.ure��   uuudia.u
Sll'liaV-UllU.aei S .LalCUa-a UCl'C llUJJj
cmcago iasa mgui and are tocateu in
lue cuaUi yai'uo. ine uuops were ii.
dai uncos la_iL higlll as Hie tlcCU'iCiuiia
rei used ui operate lue plaiu tor nonunion tauoreis. Hit japa.iese a.e
won.ing in me tuac.i yarns u.ia r..und-
nouses ai .Vlejiciue nut. swift Cui-
rent aud Aiioose _av.. Tue laoor imported trom the Stales wot he distributed here and throughoul the west.
i here is a report tnat thu trainmen
will come out on Saturday This is
denied by J. H. McVety, chairman ol
the strike committee, but affirmed by
all strikers who will talk, aud who
assert that the whole system" will be
tied up Sunday.
Destruction  of   Property.
At Kenora yesterday a locomotive
was run into a turn ta.le pit, an! It
is claimed that the act was done by
one of the striking shop men. The
cleaner had broughl the locomotive
out of the shop and it had been turni d
out on the eastbound train. While, the
engineer was absent for a few minutes
in the shops getting something which
ho had forgotten, some one sneaked up
to the engine and opened the throttle.
The siding leading to tin* turn table
was open and the engine ran Into the
pit, disabling it.
Confidence in Montreal.
.Montreal, Aug. 7.���There was nothing new in the strike situation yesterday. The only feature of interest was
the engaging at the Angus shops of a
large number of non-union men to
take the placo of the strikers. The.
union has its pickets out. but they are
going about their work peacefully. The
shops and the workmen are protected
by a large force of s|>ecial constables.
There ls no Indication of trouble being likely to crop up. The C. P. It.
officials maintain absolute silence
with regard to the strike, and decline
to make any statement whatever. It
Is understood, however, that no uneasiness is being felt as to the strike
affecting the railway's ability to
handle the western crops, the company being well prepared to handle
all that i.s offered wit limit the slightest Inconvenience.
Sonora, Cal., Aim. 7. A big tun.-:
tne :bat .nis i ieen raging for some
time in ihe Stanislaus forests, todaj
is threatening to destroy tin* Calavern
bin tree grove, tin- finest In the world.
Hundreds of men are engaged In Ughl
ing tho Humes. The wall of flre has
approached so near to the Calaveras
Big Tree drove hotel that it. Is leap '
that II wil] be destroyed. Several
dozen cottages surround the hotel an I
the women and children have been removed to a place of safety.
he had the ball aud was ruled off.
Feeney called It a dirty mean trick -to
Felker, who retaliated with a pet
name Feeney and Felker then engaged in a free-for-all fight, both being benched. The whistle blew soon
afterwards with the score. Tecumsehs
Id, Westminster 4.
Mail and Empire.
The first part of the exhibition lacrosse match at Hanlan's Point Sat"1"'
day was witnessed by nearly *<>n0 Peo**
ple. The Minto cup holders made a
good showing against the Tecumsehs
ln the early portion ol' the struggle,
but. in the later stages the western
team was unable to cope with the Indians and many spectators   left    the
^^1 _______
HRST PARIY Of REFUGEES
ARRIVE IN WESTMINSTER
Young Lady Who Went Through  Horrors of Destruction
of Fernie One Week Ago Talks of Her Experience
During Anxious Hours    Spent Night on a Sandbar  Surrounded  by   Leaping   Flames.
DARKNESS TALIS -^iMfS CHOSEN AS
UPON CITY Of PARIS  runm ,. TESTIMONIAL
The first party of refugees from the, build
devastated  Easl   Kootenay  district  to CIt-v'
reach  Westminster arrived  yesterday
afternoon  ovi r the  c.  _
,i   I etter and  more |
been
Rums.  Ruins  Everywhere,
^^^^^^^^tWe.   n-t in ned   tu   whal    had   ^^^
it. __avia| j��emie on ,,���, Sunday, stopping t ar*
oeeu furnished free transportation L��j onlj a tew hours before proceeding on
that companj to tins city, where   re$ our Journey to the coast   Fernle was
latives reside,   Tne party consists ol nothing but a succession of blackened
Miss  Maude Clapp, a young lady still
on  tne sunny  side ol"    twenty,    three
young brothers,  I-red,    Edward    and
Aubrey .aud a little sister, Sadie.    The
youngest of the family, Aubrey, is only
nine years of age.    The children are.
at  present staying with relatives,   the
three boys being at. the home of theii dome
grandfather, John     Clapp,    of    First
and charred ruins, only two big buildings and a lew isolated houses suud
ing. I could hardly locate the streets,
ever;.tiling was so sadly changed,
From Fernie 1 came west with thu
children, lather and mother staying
behind tor a few days. They will
to Westminster next week, in
company    with    my    brother-in-law,
street, while, little Sadie is being I A re hi/- Corrle, and his wile. We stay-
looked after by her aunt, .Mrs. Robert ed at MoyJe a day before crossing tie
Lee, of Agnes aud Blackie street. 'Arrowhead lakes, where we were
Interviewed  yesterday    evening   af [treated  vita ihe  utmost  courtesy by
and greatly assisted on our
Electricians go Out on Strike Arrangements .Advanced for
Troops Are Ordered to     Reception of Team--Col.ec-
Fill Their Places.
Pails, Aug. 7.���City officials are to-
tions Make Good Progress.
A meeting ���! tin   reception commit-
day.  adopting    measures   to    guard tee planing the monster welcome   to
alnsi furthei trouble similar to that the champion lacrosse   team    ot  the
which occurred Lasl  night, when   tie world on Thursday  was held   ut    the
city was plunged into   darkness   for city hall lasl evening, Kev. J, S, lieu-
ia,   in,ui.- bj  a Btrlke id electricians, derson   presiding.    A  long discussion
The men -truck as a iirotesi against took place on the form which the test!
the action nf the government in em Jmonlals  Bhould take,    and    valuable
,di ying troops  dining   the recent  dis
orders in  Vigneux.
Minister of the interior Clemencea i
today informed the heads of tho vail-
ius electrical plants that had ordered
i corps of army electricians to take
the places of the strikers. This announcement aroused much displeasure
among the union leaders.
The striking electricians say they
will "find a way" to prevent the lighting of the city. Extra precautions will
'"- taken by the police to prevent the
cutting of wires.
the residency of her aunt, .Vlrs. W.
Innes, of St. George street, where she
is at present staying, Miss Maude
Clapp told the News an interesting
story of her experiences during those
tragic hours when Fernie and the surrounding country fell an easy prey to
the all devouring fire fiend. The horror of those eighteen hours when, in
conipany with hundreds of others, she
stood surrounded by a leaping sea of
flames on every side, with an awful
death an ever increasing possibility,
will never be effaced from her
memory. The terror of the situation
was accentuated by the sufferings entailed by the women and children during the lirst dreadful hours of the
conflagration.
Everything Loft in Fire.
"We |08l everything in the nre,' remarked Miss Clapp, in answer to the
Xews mans littery for details concerning the part she had played In the
terrible tragedy. "We had to leave our
home in a great hurry, leaving almost
everything behind us in our rush for
safety. The things we did take away
we lost before t.he next morning, they
weie either stolen or burned. Up to a
few minutes before we left our house,
it seemed as if it would escape the
flames, but it was doomed just like
the other places, Only* about, thirty
houses iu aJl escaped.
Threw Chinamen Off Train.
"We left Fernie about seven o'clock
on Saturday evening, hundreds crowding on the one train. There was very
little confusion in the exodus from
the stricken city, the only ones to
make any trouble at all being people
from the old town, mostly Europeans
and Asiatics. A huge number of
Chinamen, loaded down with their
household gimds. had taken possession
nl  a  coach  when we reached the sta-
everyoue
journey."
Wants to Go Back,
Asked as to her plans for the future, Miss Clapp stated that she waa
anxious to get back to Fernle as soon
as possible, ibut this cannot be for
eonie weeks, as the family will not return until a liouse has been built for
them. In the meantime she wlll make
her home in this city.
FORESTERS REVIVE COURT
OF ANCIENT ORDER IN CITV
Dormant Fraternal  Society Will Generate Into Life Next Week���Will
Be Ninth Lodge in Province.
FIRE MAY DESTROY
FAMOUS   BIG   TREES
To the long Hat of fraternal societies
in Westminster another will lie added
on Wedni Bday, when the Ancient Order of Foresters will again have a
court in this city. This order, which
is one of the largest in Kngland.
formerly was represented here, but
the lodge fell in abeyance. In British
Columbia, tlie work, of tbe. order is
controlled as the Columbia district,
under dispensation from the high court
of the mother Land, and the work ot
the courts i . practically Identical with
the English rite. There are eight
courts in British Columbia, three at
Victoria, two at Vancouver, one each
at NVnaimo, Kamloops and Hedley.
The district chief ranger, A. Man-
son. Victoria, and district sub-chief
ranger. W. Cray, Vancouver, are endeavoring to set the court here on its
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ft I again and with this object a pre-
tlon, and ,,n being told to give up j Uminarv meeting was held last even-
theit places to the women .and chil- ipg waa ,���,,,, la8t evening at which
dren the. refuse!. They were thrown*Uey were pre8ent, together with seven Hi" train by men, bul so frightened era] membera of the Ladysmith .and
w* ' lh" VslatJcs thai they clambered paclflc courts, Vancouver. It was de-
over the engine and under the coaches cldea ,��� (���n a meeting on WedmAdaj
'"'��� " -"' '"" "f '���-" ,!,;- it the Eagles hall, when all old mem-
Spent Night on a Sandbank. !���..s.  and   those   wishing  to  join,   are
The train was intended to travel as j requested to attend
watches Buita ly Inscribed were favored As Alex. Turnbull already lias a
presentation watch, the resolution
passed will enable the committee to
purchase some other suitable testimonial. As finally passed the resolution was that a committee be appointed to purchase watches, or other
suitable presents for the team." A
motion and two amendments were
voted upon as to the composition of
the committee, some favoring three,
some flve, and others nine members.
The three membership suggestion was
flrst defeated, and a tie resulted for
the other proposals. The chairman
gave his casting vote in favor of the
five members, who were chosen a_ follows: J. A. Lee, A. W. Gray, J. J.
Cambridge, P. Peebles and the chairman. This presentation will not take
place till the concert in the first
kind. About $200 promised early in j week of September.
the week has not yet been paid. Con- The manager, C. A. Welsh, and
tiibutions will be received until notice | team manager, C. D. Peele,  will   ibe
F.KNIE REEIEF FUND
NOW TOTALS OVER $2,100
Funds for the relief of the victims
of the Fernie fire are still coming into
the hands of the treasurer of the collecting committee, Marshall Sinclair,
who now has over $2100 in cash and
to the contrary is given.
Tlie  following is the complete  list
ol  contributions to date:
Cash.
VV. K. llauslord  $    B.Oj
C.  B, Sword  	
Miss George  	
.1. o. Brymner 	
C. O. Major  	
K. .1. Hart ��_ Co	
W. L, House 	
Wm. Wolfenden 	
l)t.   Drew   	
W.   H.   Barraclough   	
Or.  WValker  	
Employees penitentiary   ....
Vanstone  &  Co	
George Kennedy 	
I. It.  Fitzgerald  	
1.. ('. Hill 	
T. w. Haslam 	
James  Lord   	
Westminster bowling alley .
Bartenders' union	
.1.   II.  Todd  	
A   Friend   	
Mrs. C. Purvis 	
I).   Boyle   	
O. W. Beggs 	
Sablto  at  Co	
Gilley  Bros	
II. Mori;. ,*. Co	
Agnes  L  Hill  	
Whiteside ._ Edmonds ....
T.  R. Pearson  	
.1. E. Allen in', c b.i 	
Employees B. C. E. it	
p   Peebles  	
II.  M.  Marshall  	
Archibald Bros	
t:u as Hosmer, but t.he, bush fires pn -
vented 'his, .and all passengers, about
"uu in number, were landed nn a sail .-
bank mi th.- edge of the Elk river.
Here we spent a mosi miserable night,
the majority having had    nothing    to
eat since noon.
i
Walked Over Burning Ties.
In the morning we went out to a
lumber camp some distance away tor
breakfast. A supply of provisions
had been taken to this camp the pre-
T. L. Briggs  	
Officers Will be Colurnblan   ,    (.o	
elected, and also a representative   *��� jMotle]  Grooery   	
Schaake Machine Works
the annual district meeting In VIcl'Tla
on August IB.
COMMISSIONER WIRES
CONIiRAIULATOR. MESSAlit
10.uu
2. Uu
3.0U
10.uo
25.00
11.0.)
_._U
10.00
5.00
5.00
44.00
20.00
a. Ik)
111.00
2.00
2.00
B. UO
3.00
2B.O0
a. 00
1.00
2.011
.all
I .III)
1.00
20.00
6.00
B.OO
in.ii i
1II.0U
10.00
B0. BO
B nn
B.OO
2.,"i(i
10. On
10.no
26 uo
25.00
1.00
2.00
B.OO
20.00
2.50
5.00
The   following   Interchange  Of  telegrams nas tuneu place between Mayor
tin
vious morning, consequently there was ] Keary  and the commissioner of
no scarcity of  food.    To  reach    the; .ukou witn reie.ence lo lhe .\finto dip
victory:
To Mayors "The Yukou congratulates .New Westminster on winning
the .Minto cup, emblematic of championship of the world.
���ALKXANDER HE.NOKRSO.N,
"Commissioner."
Reply:     "Corporation  and    citizens
camp we were compelled to walk over
still burning ties. Many who were
afraid to leave t.he safety of the sandbank were supplied with food brought
from the camp by volunteers.
Numbed with Horror.
"Pew realized at the time of ,he
awfulness of the disaster that had
overtaken our city. Even today many generally desire me to express thanks
do not seem able to understand that | for the Yukon's congratulations on
they have lost, all they possessed in ; .New Westminster lacrosse team win-
the' world and are paupers dependent; mng Minto cup. We are proud of our
on charity, for a time at least. Those , boys, who made a noble flght against
who  realize the situation  are   going  heavy odds.
hack to Fernie, egged on by the as-1 "W. H. KKARV
sistance of the outside world to   re- Mayor.
Crake   .^H^H^^HH
William Turnbull  	
Dr   Frank  Smith   	
Dominion   Pipe Co	
i Dr. Green   	
P. Birrel 	
' W. .1.  Armstrong     10.00
!l)r   O.  Drew    10.00
Small & Bticklin    25.00
John Stewart (Klgln)     2.00
C. K. Hartley   2.50
A.  Swanson    5.00
F_d   Walmsley     1.00
Thomas Grey    2.00
E. Salt  2.00
Mrs. I. McMartln    2.00
William Goodfellow    2.00
J.  I/ovee    2.00
J. G. Gamon     2.50
Capt. Plttendrlgh     2.50
Malins, Coulthard & Co  10.00
Robert Kennedy    5.00
Diamond banner shop   2.00
John Wise.     10.00
N'els Nelson   25.00
D. S. Curtis  25.00
Drs. Holmes & Hacking  25.00
(Continued on Page Twa.)
specially remembered in the presentation, but. their testimonials will take
a different form to that of the players.
The value of all will depend on the
amount of subscriptions received. The
committee showed a keen desire not
to endanger the amateur standing ot
the club.
Gowan MacGowan reported that he
was in negotiation for vocalists at the
presentation concert, and a meeting
of the committee dealing with this
matter wlll be called to formulate a
program.
Progress of Subscriptions.
The collecting committees reported
that they hail each been busy in their
allotted districts. The Royal City
1.umber mills employees gave $21! .
north side of Columbia strtet $40'
tper T. Gifford, M.L.A.); *103 per J
..falioney; $7U from hotels (per J. P
Bllodeau); Small & Bucklin .lumbei
mills employees, %,',}; Sapperton (per
Aid. Garrett) $104, not completed;
Front street, partly collected, per W.
It. Gilley, $75. The south side of Columbia street, and some other parts
of the city have not yet been canvassed. W. N. Carty, secretary, reported tin" Hie funds ackuowle Iged to
date, inclusive of the above, were
about $2200. J. J'- Cambridge announced that the stand collections at
the market Friday were $70, and the
Stands would be removed this evening,
to Columbia street,
similar collections wl
Arrangements for Parade*.
Arrangements are completed for the
parade. An oidt r for fireworks was
authorized, and thi. boys brigade In-
uniform will be asked to turn out. Th��
City band, and two Vancouver bands
are expected. Mrs. McBride will be
asked to pin the decorated ribbons ot
the club colors on the players. A platform with raised seats will be erected
on the Crescent, below the bandstand
where 'be. city band will play. From
fog signals on the C. P. R. track -to
fireworks on the bridge, the whole
evening will be full of excitement.
.1. A. I.ee wus elected chairman ot
the platform and arrangements will be
made for invited guests. There will
be no bonfire.
The meeting adjourned until Monday evening.
On    Thursday
be t:i ken up
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDav
s'-GUST i
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77hs Is My 53rd Birthday
Samuel Benedict Christy.
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Samuel Benedict Christy, professor of  mining aud metallurgy  and
a recognized authority on mining matters, was born In San Francisco, j
Cal., August S, 1S5...   He was graduated from the University of Cali- J
t'ornia as Ph.D. in  1874, and received the degree of Sc.D.  from  Co- |
Inmbla university in 1902.   He is professor of mining and metallurgy |
in the University of California.   He was vice-president of the Amerl- 3
can Institute of Mining Engineers, in 1891 and 1893, and from 1907 to 3
1909 is a member of the Institute of Mining and .Metallurgy of Don- 3
don. the Society of Mining, Metallurgy and Chemistry of South Africa, 3
the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education, and the Call- \
%    fornia Mining association.    He is the. author of numerous papers on .-;
��.    the mining and metallurgy of gold,   silver, etc.,   and   on   engineering ;
=tf    education, and he is the inventor of processes for treating gold ores, j
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Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank ot Canada,
amalgamated  under authoritv
HEAD OFFICE
Ly or Act of Parliament.
WINNIPEG
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Paid-Up Capital  	
Rest and Undivided Profits
$6,000,000
$2,200,000
.$ ,225,000
Offers its  best services,  resources and facilities to the public
Canada at all points where it has offices.
Branches throughout Ailbeita, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
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WHOLESALE
and   RET1AIL
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G.  Rawlison 	
Ed.   Uoulet 	
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John   Clean   	
J). Grossman   	
George E. Martin ...
F. U. Lyle	
Robert Jardine  	
T. Gifford  	
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50.00j
10.00
2.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
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.loan   Peck     10.00
A.  E. White   5.00
H.  T.  Kirk     10.00
J. W. .Mcintosh    5.00
Rev. J. S. Henderson   5.00
A.   Pringle     3.00
M. Sinclair   5.00
M. L. Rugg  5.00
McLeod,  Mark  &  Co  20.00
W. J. Walker   5.0)
K. M. .Meredith    50.00
James  Johnston     5.00
Mrs. Hugh Gordon    2.00
George Turner     5.00
J. w. Creighton  5.00
W. W. Forrester  5.00
J. A. .Montgomery  5.00
Jos.  Armstrong     10.00
Dr.   Kenny     5.00
H.  Ryall     5.00
Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
No   connection    with   any
combine.
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A 377.
Building a Wall
with our materials insures on'1
that will stand any strain ' put
upon it. It means a wall thai
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let   us   have   your  order  for
building materials and    we will
guarantee    you    a    first    clas
structure that  will    stay     first
clrts3 for years and years.
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The Season Has Arrived For You It]
Preserve Strawberries
HILL & GAUVREAU
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries       *
have for the coming season a very complete line of '" *
NURSERY   STOCK \
Make uo mistake, but start your orchard right, bj  buying from A *
HO.ME .N'URSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation,    a- *
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trees an 1 f
can h.'mdle your order, no matter what the size.    If we    have    no f
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices. ���
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C *
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.   2
New Westminster, B.C   *****************************************************
Consulting Civil and Mining
Engineers, B. C. Land Surveyors and
Draughtsmen
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They are in fine condition, and are to bei
had' cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY 1
STORE than any other store in towr���I
Call   Us Up  and  Give   Us   Your 0rd��|j
THE
Public Supply Stores CEV0DpAMs:|
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
PhOM   91
I.   Hudson   	
S. H. Thompson    ...
.1.   W.  Reid   	
A.  M.   Fraser  	
White. Shiles .t Co.  .
>i.   Dorer   	
��� I.   Crane   	
Mayers & Preston  . .
.Martin   __   McQuarrie
\..  A. Gilley  	
J.  H. Kennedv   	
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20
15
25
15
8
10
- 'iirdliouse Bros  10
J. MacKay __ Co  5
.1. Jones   25
amond Barber shop   1
Relchenbach    5
. L O. Bule   20
(.Collected by Chief .Mcintosh.)
J.   L.   Mclnnes          5
G. F. Bradshaw  	
E.  Geiser   	
J. C. Gill 	
W.   Hay   	
W. Bourke 	
D.  .McLeod   	
George McMurphy  	
W. ,1.   Brennan     5.
Rolbrook hotel   .....*  5.
William Collier     5.
J.  D. B. McDonald    10.
H.  Elley     5.
II. C. Cigar factory     5.
E.   Fnlch     5.
Occidental hotel   5.
Alex. JVi Mile-son     5.
-Ins.  Wise     5-
ai. Peters  ;- -
I. T. Trarhy    2,
Innes & Reid    5,
.Itiiyul City Realty Co  5,
}.rowii's "onrber shop	
Praser chop house 	
Hoe Chung   -
Settlers'   Association      2
Malins, Coulthard & Co  2
Thos.  Mowbray ... .,  '-
Q. H. Speck    1
.las. Wise     10.
Miss  Ward     I
J.  D.  Kennedy     20
P. O. Bllodeau   10
a  C.  Distillery     25
L.  __.   Lewis    50
���K-rt.bf'T O'Boyle    10
K. .). Kx'kman     50
JU'v.   A.   Shildric.k     6.
W. J.  Kerr's office    14
A.  ES. Rund    10
.1. J- Caaabridge   '
.lohn  Spivitt     1
O.   Wilkie     1
H   P. McMurtin    "
iv w. Johntfton   ���
.1. lteid     k!
.1. S. Clitte    '
C. S. Keith   '
TL H. Cheyne   '
S. A. Fletcher   '
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NOTICE.
.Merchants and  others  are.    notll
that the only iiersons authorized    to
purchase anything for the British I
lumbia   Electric     Railway    Co.,   Ltd., I
either for the Westminster or Chilli-*
wack branches, are the local manager,
New Westminster or the    purchasing,
agent, Vancouver.
Requisitions on the company's regu-'
lar forms, signed by  either of above-
mentioned parties,    must    accompany
all orders, otherwise the accounts will
not -be recognized.
F. R. GLOVER.
Acting General Manager.
New Westminster, B.C., Aug. 6, 1908.
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.   MACKENZIE'S  DRUG  STORE,
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:35,
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at New Westminster 9'.20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland express arrives 12:45
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m
Lv. .N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
a.m.
V��� W. ft V.���VANCOUVER
l.v. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
Q. N. R,���PORT GC1CHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.
arrive Gulchon 6 p.m.
Leave Gulchon C a. rn-, arrlvt New
New Westminster 8:15 on Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, f':20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every bait
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv.  Vancouver for  WpstmlnaW at
5:50.  0:50, 7:20  and   half  hourly  tilt
11:30 p.m.
Fer Sale-Public Auction
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7th
Heavy Team of Horses
and Harness
Bay and Gray ���Ages 7 and
8���Sound and true in every
particular.    Also
Studehaker Wagon
In use about eight months.
Any one in want of a reliable outfit of this kind
should note this chance.
T. J. Trapp, Auctioneer
WESTMINSTER-STEVE5T0N J
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruc^"
Leaves Brackman & Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at 3 p.m. daily
except Saturdays, for Sunbury.
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
intermediate points, carrying passengers   and   light   freight.
Returning leaves Steveston at. 6
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
except  Saturdays.
Saturdays leave Steveston at 0
a.m. and 1 p.m. for up river points.
Saturdays leave New Westminster
at  2   p.m.
Tickets, rates, etc., at
WHITE.   SHILES   &   CO.,
260 Columbia street, or on board,
J.   0.   BRUCE.
!   Notice
Telephone communication has been
'established      with     WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION,  PITT MEADOWS, HAMMOND, HANEY, RUSKIN.   Othei   iffi-
I ces on the line to Mission c;*\ will be
opened short.lv.   Notice wlll be jlven
las additional offices are opened,
i British Columbia Telephone Co., Lid
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SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtaE. NO. 27���
The regular meetings of thla lodgf
are held in Oddfellows' hai: Colum
bla street, every JI��nday evenin?
at 8 o'clock. ���
**. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block, Clarkson  street
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at. 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
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DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Accc unt?
THE NECESSITY of saving has neve ���
more apparent than at the present tim .
The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Di
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you r    .
HANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      p. ||. LYLE    Mgr.
COA
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COALI
MAYERS y PRESTON!
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 880.
A. O. F.���Tho regular meetings o
this Lodge ane held on the Secom
and Fourth Tuesdays o. each mont:
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows' Hal!
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m��� in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofleld, Secretary.
'Phone
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE = FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - HEW WEST
105.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Subdivision A of the northwest
quarter of Section 2, Townsi.lp 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 74G0 F, Issued
In the name of Donald Fraser, has
been filed in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a��daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar or* Titles.
Land Registry, Office, New Westminster, B. C, June 29, 1908.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
���0N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A8
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on Iho First and
Third Tuesday of every month ID
K. of I*. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Colum Ma Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. J. s. Lawrence,
N. O.; C. B. Osborne, P. O, recording secretary.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, 80N8 OF ENGLAND, B. 8.-
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, r_.iiJn_bla St.. at
8 p. m., Wblte Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
B. C. MiDs, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer* and Deaier, in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle.,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doort
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St I
'New WMtmini-'M
Telephone 12
( >; klRDAY. AUGUST 8, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAQl THRKK
hpcis     of    Canadian     North-We��t
Homestea-i   Regulations.
jv i ven numbered section of Do-
ii  lands iu  Manitoba,  Saskatch-
;,.i,l Al ierta, excepting S and 2li,
sei ��� ��� i. mny be homesteaded by
erson who la the sole head of a
|v   or any mal   over 18 years of
io the extern of one-quarter sec-
, more or lesB,
Icatlon   for   entry     must     be
q person   ' y  the applicant at
nion Lau la Agency   or   sub-
for the district  in  which the
II ... te.    Enl i y by pro��y may,
r, be made  ..t au agency on
conditions by the father, niuili-
n, daughter, brother or sister of
tending homesteader.
homesteader is rejuired to per-
the homestead duties under one
ie tui.owing plan**
At leabi six months' resideuc.
.:; I cultivation of the land in
ear for three yearij.
a Homesteader may, if he so
perform tiie required resi-
dutles by living on farming
owned solely bv him. not less
eighty (80) acres tu extent, in
trinity of his homestead. Joint
���ship In laud will not meet this
Irene Ut.
If the father (or mother, If the
is deceased) of a homesteader
rmanent residence on farming
owned solely by him, not less
eighty (��0) acres ln extent, ln
Iclnlty of the homestead, or up-
homestead entered for by him
vicinity, such homesteader may
m his own residence duties by
with the father (or mother).
The term "vicinity" In the two
ng paragraphs ls defined as
g not more than nine miles in i
t line, exclusive of the width j
I allowances crossed in the
ement. j
A  homesteader   Intending    to i
his   residence   duties   ln   ac-
,ce with the above while living
rents or on farming land own-
llmself must notify the agent
district of such Intention.
onths' notice ln writing must j
n to the Commissioner of Do-
Lands at Ottawa, of intention
for patent.
W, W. CORY.
of the Minister of the Interior.
[���Unauthorized publication uf
vertisement  will not be  paid
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
������	
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with pa.-*-
eengers and freight.
Leaves    I.rackiii'in  &   Ker     wharf.
New   Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thurs-
days and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves   ChllllwaclJ  Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For ratea and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
ft.  \Vill'I'MOUK. Secretary.
RUBEROID
'MHIISIXIYOflt  /
RUBEROID./
SIANDAHU FOR    ���
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
Hard* are, Etc.     Columbia Street
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Res. 429
Estimates  Submitted.
.. Wr estminster..
Iron Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,  Fences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
H. ui Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
���available Dominions lands with-
railway belt in British Colum-
^y be homesteaded by any person
ti.i   Bole head of a family, or
Je over 18 years of age, to the
of one-quarter section  of  160
I inure or les3.
must be  made  personally  at
cal land office for the district In
the land is situate.    Entry by
may, however, be made on cer-
jondltlons by the father, mother,
laughter, brother or sister of au
ting homesteader.
homesteader is required to per-
the conditions connected  thereunder   one    of the    following
At least six months' residence
and cultivation of the land in
���i ar tm three years.
If the father (or mother, if the
|r is deceased), of the home-
i'i* resides upon a farm in the
���ty of the land entered for, the
pemonts aa to residence may be
Bed by such person residing with
I'ltlH'i di  mother.
if the si tt lor has his perman-
1   tdence upon farming hind own-
him in the vicinity of his home.
the requirements   as   to resi-
��� may be satisfied by   residence
the said land.
mouths' notice in writing should
ven to the Commissioner of Dom-
Lands at Ottawa of Intention to :
for patent.
'AL.���Coal mining rights may be
"1 for a period of twenty-one years
y> annual rental of $1   |kt  acre.
more   than 2560 acres _>i. "   be i
M to one iiAivldual or company, j
alty at lhe rate of five cents per
| shall be collected on    the    mer-
ftable eoal mined.
W. W. CORY,
|H'y of the Minister of the Interior
Office and Works:
I Tenth Street,  ���   NewWestminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
i Two   door,   from   Geo. Adam*,  Grocer
j   Ladles' Gold Watcnes  from ��12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch00 open
fare. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enarges reason-
.ble.
Sent#0n Approval
To RESi'ONSiBiaB People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
"She Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thus
Two
Popular
Artlcltt
for only
Poit
paid
to any
iddratt
��RD  OF TRADE���New  Westmin-,
it Hoard of Trade   meets in the'
'rd Room, City Hall, as follows: *
ilrd    Thursday    of , each    month,;
luarterly   meetings   on   the   third;
1 h it r s d a y    of    February.    May, i
jUgiist and  November,  at  8  p.  ro.'
Innual    meetings    on    tbe    third
pur a day    of   February.    New
Brabera   may    be   proposed    and
Pr-tcd at any monthly or quarterly
feting,    a. e. White, Sec.
Bl Imiukbu Mail be 1 Mtu,.
MlMtrttlont irt Exaot Sin
Every pen guaranteed
full U Kt. betid Gold-cut
, ou right hand may be bad
io either our Mandard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-J
etit. at desired, tither in |
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
Yon inajr try this p��n a ���*���*���.,
tf you do Hi'l fi iid [l m r*i ro*�� ��.i"i. I
abettor  article thnn yon can �������� f
CUM   for  THRU TIMU THIS II Wli
Mica ta  any other i.-s.u, if ru
entirely   ���ttisfai tuny in mery re-1
!   ���I'fcl r> turn It md W* will ** '������* |
| you $1.10 for It
Cut op lift Is our f��n.<"]�� B,nd 3
Popular Kn> Qaa  Ink  Pencil,   a I
coapleto le** yrvt Irlnmphi may I
bt  canitd   lti   any   pMliton   inl
pocket or ���hmjiplrm b*#i W'l-lW "'I
any  ftfigla at um t--...-h.   H ����������-���
num    lii-rlmr.    f-wd,   Iridium
point, poli��biKlvulrai.lTff��1 rufcb*r
hm,  torra eotta  finish.     Hei-nl
�����arywh��r��   for ���-"-o.      *P5ffl
1 wantod    Wrlto f��r tormtv   *rl** I
now    ')���*._. you forget."    Addr-eM I
����� LaughMn Mfg. Co ���[
^5     iKjiitlo Bldg .
Detroit. ���!<*.
The wonderful progress of Canada is iDnstratrd hv the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world Lt made there.
COWAN'S
PE.IVFE.CTION
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
iur old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Scottish Games
To   be held under the auspices  of  St.
Andrew's and Caledonia Society.
AUGUST THE 8th, 1908
At Recreation   Park, Vancouver
Sports to commence, 1:30 p. m., sharp.
Special cars in addition to regular half-
hourly service will be run.
Adults   50 cents        - - Children  25 cents
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone J33.
ADVERTISEMENTS IN
Tie
Daily
News
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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
i   ..   .
CHURCH
SERVICES
i
(Contributions for tlib column must
��� li tl nt tin office of the News befon
oi   on l*'i idays.   The omlss on i I
...    > liurch  nol Ice  fi om  this  column
thal tm co] j bas been turn' ,l
In '���������?  Hi" pastor or other reipom
party.)
Sunday,  August 9.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST
Ri r. W. ll. Barraclough, u \    pa stor
.: ;��� ilar -service, al 11 a m. and ,* p m.
Sundaj Bchool and Bible i   i ��� ., al 2:30
In the morning   Rev. Bbenezer
R    son, nn. will asslsl  the    pastor
i. ii    the    . I'l'iiion.    Pastor's
even ag to] l<      "Is Love Blind ?"
OLIVET   BAPTIST    Rev.    M     L.
Huck, d li., pastor,   Services 11 a m.
ind  7  p.m,    The  pastor  will  preai h
In the morning on 'The Mission ol the
Spirit "     Evening,   "The   Indwelling
Christ"
|     ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL-  Hi \   A. iii'it Owen, rector. Bet*-
. vrlce al n a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Com-
! munion lirst Sunday In the month at
ter morning service,   Prayer meeting
on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
(No subjects received.)
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson,   pastor.    Ber-
cea 11 a.m. and 7 pm.
_ No subjects received.
WEST END METHODIST���Rev. B\
A. Magee, pastor.   Services at ll a.m.
and 7 p.m.
No  subject,   received,
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev,
L Thomas, pastor. Services at il
u in. and 7 p.m.
No   subjects  received.
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. II. A.
Band, pastor.
No   subjects  received.
HOLY TRINITY���Celebration of the j
Holy Communion 8 a.m., Matins, |
Litany and sermon 11 a.m. Evensong j
Hid sermon 7 p.m.
No   sutijeets   received.
THE CITY MISSION will conduct'
services at their hall on Eight street j
jest a few doors above. Columbia I
s'.ivet, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
and at 7::'.0 p.m., also on the street i
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
COLLINQWOOD METHODIST -i
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday 8 p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. .and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
GILLETTS
HIGH
GRADE
(BEAHTJUtUR
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
SOLD III NCKA6ES Mt) MM.
Same Price as the cheap
adulterated kinds.
E.W. GILLETT
TORONTO,ONT
COMPANY I
LI M I T E D I
A
'ItOFESSIONAL.
.VHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   BO-
opposite court House, Now Westmin
ati r    Phone it:'..
HITESIDE  A   EDMONDS, Barrt*
ters and solicitors, Blackle Hiii.
Columbia   street.    New     Westminnter.
W. .1. Whiteside, ii  l. Edmonds.
w
w
ARTIN &.  McQUARRIE, BARKIS-
tors, Bolicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp lllock, comei
Clarkson and 1/irno streets.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum
bla and McKenzie streets. New Westminster. B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, l.arrlstor. Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O.
llux 169.    Telephone 64.
F. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc.. Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenttie
streets, New Westminster. B. C.
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
W
Trade Marks
DCtlQNt
COPTRIOHT* AC.
AtiTOTie ii-m _tnf * . ketch ��nd dmcrtntlnn ��n��r
outoklT im-ormin cuir opinion Ire* jrbetnw ��n
nniifntHotirennBiipiitldl. HANDBOOK onPitante
���entftiax. olileit miiwirr for m>niring patfnt"
tl'iileiiti tnken through Munn ���*��� ���*������ ���'-'
reoolve
STOPPED THE OVATION.
SUobard   W��(��r'i   r<-<<alt��r   Bind'
rn.f  I.  Vlinii*.
Wheu Wagner w*s nt the height m
Us popularity be visited Vienna. B*F
on vou Beast, then chancellor of Vt*
���mptr-k was mforuied mat tbe Prua-
���ian party Intended to give him an lm-
mens', serenade������ sereuade which
would have the air nt Ueruwn protest
again, t tlie tendency of the ministry to
make tbe unlou of Hungary aud Austria more Intimate Tbe deiuonstrattoe
promised to arouse strong feeling.
"Your  excellency   ls  warned."
a A Co.
tfiirial tuitlit, wit bout oli��r����, tn th*
Scientific American
A h��nit. onwly UluMimtml wenklr. lannie. t <__v
onUtloo if any nolenUfl- Jnurnnl. Terini fur
(*��n��il��. ���.i.T.i ��� r***, po'Uiie propaid.   Sold bv
all ncWNli'al*���.
Branch oace, Ot V BU WaOiiuston. a
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
ilor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATL1N.
! WHITE HORSE, UAWSON _��rt .
the chancellor's advisers. "It Is Impoe j FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (txeep*.
.llile to stop this uiiir.lfestatlon unless j Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,.
.Vuguei goes awa.v., and he loves ova- ! ;xpress snd freight connect vritli
_lou_ toy well. Nothing will Induce him j ,tages at Carcross and White Horse,
naintaining a through winter service
I'm   information apply to
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.tr
RE8ERVE       111,000,000.00
���ranchea throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spoaane, U.8.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transact3d. .
Letters of Credit issued, available wl UL correspondents In all carts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums ot ��1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per c ert per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Tots. Assets over IK.8.000.000.00. \
N^W WESTMINSTER BRANCH.    ^   Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager
to depart."
���"You think so." said Beust. with ��
.mile.
Au bour later Wagner was Invited to
vro with tii���� chancellor. He was flattered b.v the invitation and accepted It
After dinner, at which I'.ermt was de
llghtfully uiTiibip and entertaining, tht
ehancollor remarked:  "Herr Wagner,
i are you  Interested  in  iiutoRraiilis?   1
; have _ott)e very curious ones to sho**
i fou." And he opened a portfolio wher*
I were let tern of 1'aliiior.ston.  Hlsninrc'n.
! Napoleon III.. Heinoand others,
Suddenly turning to a paper, ontec
! is-is, he m.!<1. "Ab, look nt this. It !<
| veo* curious. What would your I'riein,
I his highness the kthg of BaVPIUI s.iy .1
tb..-. tmii��r, which would be sSgnlflcani
'ii connection with the political ssps
nade wi_l��:U the OermUQI nre v'oin;; to
give you. Ruould l e published inner
row iu th.- Vleuuu papers?"
The CMDpover t-xamiued tin- pu\it*
���ud recognlr^ed, with surprise, nu old
'.>rin i.iiuiitioii of one Richard Wagiw.:
ivho. an ardent revolutionist In 1S_I.
ft��d iirspos^d to the youth of that tlm��
:o set tire to the palace of the sing ti
tu.t^uy. He siit his nutdgraj.b an.'
thai It might be t.'ie means tt Ketu,<<
him "i.to sefWtus trouble.
**Ve.v curlows, Is it not, Ile-r Wai-
aer?" s.tl<l the minister.
'Very curious, your excellency," <*-.
Siled bis guest
The next morning Richard Wagns.
i.-ft Vienna, recalled to Balreuth hi
**V*nt bosloeea- Htriml  Mag*tine
I Tb* Beard In Tn__la.
In Tunis wben a reigning prln.i
finds It necessary to go outside his lu
mediate family to choose his raccetisoi
he follows an odd custom. There t!"
wearing of hair on the face ls the ex
elusive privilege of sovereignty. When
tbe prince selects s successor he sen.l-
tbe court barber to the fortunate In.!:
rldual to notify him that he may warn
a beard. This intimation Is equivalent
to 'n formal announcement that he bill
teeu selected as the heir presumptive
I.   H    ROGERS,  Traffic  Mtwwgrv,
ft
"The Milwaukee
The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
Nu   trams   in   the   srrvlce   on   any
railroad   in  the   world   that   equal  it..
uiiipiri.nt that <>!  the  Chicago,  ______
.mi..   A  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
iwn  .ind overate their own sleeping
uiu ''"   i     ,rt on alll ihtir trains ��*ind.
jive        i     . troit.   an   excellence   of.
aervi        i      . btatnable  elsewhere.     ^J
r_. .   ROWE. General Aftat
i.��4 fhiro M.. cor Ai'^r ^onliind. Or.
Vancouver. B. C
FIRK ALARM  BOXEa
b���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary'8 Hospital.
13���Second and Paris Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue ani,   Sixth.
24���__..rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����ue and Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Fighth.
27���Third avenue anil Tenth.
"2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKensle.
3��--C. P.R Station.
42���Small & Bucklin Mills.
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P.AGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SAYUrtDAY, A'j
cum
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily
liahlng  Company,   Limited,   at   then-
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
"j-1 all time the principle of commonality
aud equality, and in no way can this
be more speedily accomplished than
News Puh-1 ,.v Sucking closely and perpetually to
the principles and practice of Liberalism.
Notice
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director      "Thirty feet to trie gulf."
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 8,  1908.
DO  NOT FORGET.
Do not forgot that tlie Laurier Gov-
ernment has fulfilled all its promises
to the worklngman by effective legislation.
Change of diet is evidently a strong
point with our .1. D. Taylor. A recent
issue of his "society journal" at
Chilliwack registers hlin at all tlirea
hotels, and at one of them twioo. No
hiding one's "light under a bushel"
this.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
THE POWER OF THE CLUB.
We are glad to find that others, like
ourselves, are viewing the great possibilities lying within the range of
political education. .Mi". M. G. Hay,
an energetic Liberal, bus written a
letter to the St. Thomas Journal, suggesting the formation of a Liberal
club in St. Thomas, Ont., v*ith comfortable, commodious, and well equipped rooms, as a place where Liberals
and their friends could
thoroughly discuss the public   ques
WESTMINSTER BALL TEAM
MEETS BELLINGHAM TODAY
The regular monthly meeting of the
Westminster Publicity Association will
be held in the Board of Trade room,
City Hall, on Tuesday evening. August
11. ���ommenclng at. eight o'clock. All
members are requested to attend.
W. F. HANSFORD,
Secretary.
To Contractors
for the baseball match thii
between Westminsteri and
Tickets
afternoon
Bellingham at Queens park have been
selling well during the past few days,
and there is every prospect that for
this once at least the members of the
cln'j will not bo called upon to swell
the amounl taken in at the gate In
order to make up the guarantee do
taanded by an outside team. The Bell-
openly ami j ingaam boys have been playing good
mlilic' ques-jliall this season, and should be In i inflow of the day. and where public dition to give the locals a hard run
opinion could Ibe developed along j for the victory. Fred Lynch has con-
sound Liberal lines. He states It as | sented to officiate as umpire
his opinion, that the object should be
Tenders are requested for a three
storey building for the Knights of
Pythias, New Westminster, B.C. Plans
ani particulars at the office of the
architect. Tenders to be ln by noon
17th August, 1908.
M'.'D. goodfellow,
Architect.
Room 2,  Dominion Trust Block. New
Westminster, B. C.
to build tip a clean, strong Liberal
sentlmenl which would make itself
felt for the country's good for many
years to come, and not for the primary object to win elections.
Such clubs existed in the old days, i
:md accomplished much along   sound
educational  lines, and elections were
won because the membership was   inspired  with  the belief    that    Liberal
principles In  the  hands    of    capable
men, such as always seem raised for
the purpose, were the .best that could j
Im? applied  In the government   of   a
young nation    needing    development.
The same ideas, spirit and purpose are
present today In  any of the    strong i
iind aggressive  Liberal clubs of    the1
Dominion.
The  patronage system  to some ex-'
l.ent weakened the influence and   first
purpose of these clubs, but with the
full   adoption   of  the     Civil     Service
Commission   t.he..e political  organizations will throw off what has been in
a sense a curse to them, and the old
Institutions  will noi only find relief,
bul take on new life and purpose. The
loaves and fishes of government i>.at-
ronage, and ready made e.lection mat-
i it's does not, and cannot, satisfy the
young men of intelligence   in   either
party, especially Liberals.   The young
Liberals come of a stock trained    to
think  for themselves and    ever    de-
andlng    the    fullest    freedom     of
ought and expression. This Inherant
lependence lias  been the backbone
Liberalism,  saving  it  from decay
.id defeat.
The rapidity with which Canada has
taken her place as a nation, not only
revives the old problems, but presents
new ones which will have increasing
Interesl by discussion.   The rights of
the  many in conflict with  the claims
of    the    few,    the    great    issue   of
democracy, coining up as it does under many guises will increasingly demand that we gel  back and adhere to
the principles of Liberalism.   In    the
great  struggle  that     will    eventually
come the young men of the Dominion
must play an important, part, and to do
iso strongly and effectually, they must
lbe equipped not merely with a surface  education,   but   must   enter  fully
into the light of complete knowledge i
of all history effecting the supreme is-
s.'.'i' of common aud equal rights of all
���via*.**-',   in  the eyes of the law.    The
;glV4ng way in the smallest iota of the
biiasic principle saps the life   of   the
.narty and Liberalism is jeopardized to
the extent  of the surrender.    Canada
.must uproot and cast off the last vestige 0? hereditary class privilege, with
it.s Btudled and persisteni aggressions,
organized  or isolated, and adopt   for
The Westminsters will take up
positions on the diamond as follows:
Saycs, p; Prouty, c; Sinclair, bb; Silver, 2!.; Stein. 3b; Fitzgerald, ss;
Barbaree, If: Canfield. cf; Deans or
Mclntyre, rf.
The game is billed to commence at
three o'clock sharp.
I Wanted -:- lost -:��� found ��
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. J
FOUND���On First street, silver watch
and gold chain. Apply *_:!:; Fourth
avenue.
Two Nights, August 11 and 12.
Rei trn of the Little "Big" Favorites.
Pollard's Lilliputian
Opera Company
TUESDAY,  AUGUST  11.
The Operatic Novelty
"The Toy Maker"
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12.
The Musical Success
"FL0R0D0RA"
Perfect scenic productions in every
detail.
Frees 25c, 50c and 75c.
Seats on sale at Ryall's drug store,
Thursday, August 6.
WANTED���Four
Lee's oafe.
waitresses.      Apply
Tenders Wanted���Painting
FOR    SALE ��� Motor    launch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor , __ox    M.,
New Westminster.
A GOOD Japanese girl wants   a posi
Tenders are invited up to twelve
'o'clock noon, Saturday, August Sth, for
the painting of Thompson's new livery-
stables.
Specifications and full particulars to
WANTED���Two or
room.-:   must     e
bridge preferred,
Box ;:;_
three unfurnls t d
moderate; nee
Apply Post Office
FOR SALE���First class furniture a;
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
streel: must be sold thi' week, is
parties  are leaving town.
FOR  SALE���An  Al   $500
for  $200;   easj   terms;
Second street.
Bell
apply   1 18
NOTICE
tion  as  house   maid,  washing, etc.,  be obtained from Thompson's    livery
etc.    S. Hayashi.  Premier hotel.        .tables on Columbia Btreet, or of the
:  man at the new building.
RUBBER STAMPS
Na more rise_ 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
Mail   orders  filled   same  day  as  received.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  :.70
BOWELL & ODDY.  Proprietor!.
1
WANTED ��� Two   waitresses;   apply
Kenny's restaurant. Columbia stteet.
WANTED���Bo.
ness; apply
company.
to learn clothing busi-
Westminster   Clotbing
TO REN"!���Furnished room, suitable !
for one or two gentlemen; East!
end, close to town. Apply W. E.,!
this office.
POUND���Sorrell horse came to my j
premises HH'a inst.; brand on right;
hind hip, T. E. over O. E. Owner j
can have same by paying expenses, j
After expiration of notice will bei
sold to defray expenses. A. H. Mc-j
Cauley, Yale Komi, seven mile3 from j
Westminster.
TO LET���Large furnisbed  front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders are Invited by the Trustees
of Qtteeas Avenue Methodist Church,
for the erection and completion of ,an
addition to Queens Avenue Methodist
Church, New Westminster. Tenders
���ii be a Idressed to JOHN A. LEE.
New Westminster, and marked "Tender for Queens Avenue Methodist
Church."
Lowest or any tender not. necessarily accepted.
Ti n .' ra to be In in or before Aug.
15th, 1908.
Plans .mil specifications may bo
Been al lohn ... Lee's Furniture Emporium.
HOOPER & WATKINS,
Architects.
.JOHN A. LEE.
Secretary of Committee.
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street,-Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 27FiO, Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEcEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O.Box  885.
Office
'Phone  185.
Columbia
Barn 'Phone
Street
137
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
tr
ADVERTIS..
��� IN
T-l
THE      DAILY       NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC., I
ITC.
AT
I
Morey's
Columbia Street
Just One Moment,
Big Sin
e on
AT JOHNSTON'S
1
No reserve���Every shoe in
the store is reduced away
down in price. No other
concern in British Colum-
1   ��� ��� *i      , , $3.50 Boots fer
bia can give you  better        $2.75
shoe values than you will get right here
$6.50 Boots for in ^y Westminster at our store.
$5.00.
Saturday Shoe Priced
Ladies7 Shoes
Children's Shoes
Men's Shoes    \
Special Line���10 1 pail      ' 1
American   Shoes   fer   Mer
cher   cut   Oxfoi Is;
children's   $1.00    and    $1 25
'1 he   Newark   'an.
$1.75  and   .2.00  to    $'-25.
shoes for 6Cc.
Oxfords;   our   $5.00
Children's $1.25 white oan
$3.50.
Blucher cul black   Oxfords;
vas shoe.. 75c a pair.
The Newark pati al .
reduced  from  $3 00  to -.2.00.
Chi dren's   $1.25  and  $1.76
Blucher t >.x: < > i��� ti -a.     .
Ladies' J4-00 an . . > 50 1 in
p item and kid Bllppers, sizes
.me  for $3.50.
and brown I ixfor is; ��� ir oe I
8  to   !"'_.  for 95c a  pair.
Men's gun metal Ami  i
Amei lean m ike, tor $2.75 a ���
Chil Iren'a kid Oxfords and
i Ixford i;   regular  *?"	
pair.
slipper.-, sizes 1 to 7'2; regu
for $3.50.
Special   ���  Women's    light
lar $1.25 for 70c.
Men's tan .;*.���">.o" Oxfoi
Misses' whit,   canvas $1 50
$2.95.
and heavj Bole fine kid Ox
i Ixfords for 95c u pair.
Men's i 1.00 box calf    ,;1'
fords; regular $2.50 i it* $1-75.
kid i loots now $3.00.
The  "Cros.. Shoe,"   patent
SPECIALS.
Men's   best   white     can. I ���
and tan pumps; regular $5.00
Youths' best canvas shoe.. 75
Hals  and   Oxfords, all  Go<
values for $3.50.
Hoys' i.est   canvas    shoes
year  welt    makes;    reg
American    patenl    y-itber
85c.
$3.00 goods now $1.95.
Oxfords in  button and lace;
Youths' best canvas shoes
All    our   $6.00    nnd    I" '"'
regular 14.50 for $3.50.
75c.
Walkover  shoes,     In  pal  "���'
Ladles' pink and blue $3.00
Boys' sneakers 50c.
tans   and  gun   met tils.    ao��
canvas  Oxfords for $2.25.
\ discount oil any shoe in
$5.00 a pair.
Ladles'  house slippers 75c
the store   This is shoe bar
Men's   $1.7."i   canav .   -
a pair.
gain time with us.
for $1.00.
ta
Now Is the Time to
SHOE UP
Every  Member  of   the
Family.
Men'.$5.50 shoes Come in Today and
in tan and   gun- I      ___1       A 1
metal for $3 50 LOOK   AfOUnd
NONE BETTER THAN
THE
"WE ARE
^SPECIAL AGENTS
Ladies'   $4   and   $4.50
Tan  Oxfords   fer $2.75
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westm.n��ter JRDAY, AUGUST 8, 1908.
THE DAILY NKWS.
1J5~    PAGE FIVE.
The Cash Stores T.   ti .   Smith Hie Cash Stores
Great Clearance of White Goods
[ Ten Days Special  Selling
Already our new fall goods are arriving daily and we must make room for them    For that reason we
ire making a special effort to reduce our stock and have marked them down away   ielow cost.
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Women's White Linen Suits
at Half Price.    Regular
$7.50 Suits for
$3.75
This iirfc cornea in white linen only, t ll ired coat and skirt, well made and perfect  in  every    respect,
lar price is $7.50.   Now goiug for  $3.75
[onster Values in White
jnen Wash Skirts. $2.75
ralues for
$1.25
A la   i ne
of magnificent   white   linen   wash
Bur'.,  newest  designs,   pleated,   etc     Sells every
lav al $2.75    Now* suing for  $1.25
$1.00
Women's White Waists for
50 cents
^AjJ            In wh ��� ��� lawn, lace ,an.l embroidery trimming, sizes 32 to  '-���   A stunning good line at tfl.oo each, bui now going tor the small sum of 50c
35c White and Colored Muslins for 15c
I hi.   is an unusually good offering tn fine organdie muslins aud foulards, also plain and spotted Swiss
B Regular 25c to 35c per yard.    Now going for, per yard   15c
50c and 75c Muslins for 25c
Our muslins must go and we have only ten days to do it in now.   These 50c and 73c lines are on display
our tables.    It. is the chance of a lifetime to get a dress length of this,  suitable  for street    or evening
Now going for, per yard 25c
All of Our 15c and 20c Muslins for 8 l-2c
Think of this, every yard Of 15c .and 20c muslin will be sold this week al 8V6c per yard, or twelve yards
 ; $1.00
MONSTER BARGAINS IS THE STAPLES DEPARTMENT
1.50 COLORED DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS FOR 75c���Sizes 8x10 and 8x12, In red  and  white Damaak;   exceptional quality, sells at $1.50 special.   We will sacrifice them this week for 75c
$5.00 TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS FOR $2.50���In line tapestry, all colors;   beautiful    worked   (designs
���om the ancient masters.   Regular $5.00 and $3.50 values.    NOW going for $2-50
1000 YARDS OF 72 INCH   WHITE SHEETING FOR 25c PER YARD���Come and get your quota of this
Jreat bargain.    Nice soft even finished   English sheeting.  78  inch.    Regular 35c.    Now at, per yard ..25c
WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN THE DRAPERY AND HOUSEFURNISHINGS   DEPARTMENT ��� It  will
you to visit this popular section aud compare our prices with what you paj elsewhere.   We venture to
ia   that we have some of the, nlci st fabrics at lower prices than anywhere else on the coast.   25c   rasa ex-
I'. ilon rods for 1--*c
|"   Qoeblln a:-t drapery (or  20c
HOc  white fri led muslin for mc
I$1.00   tapestr.  (or, per yard   75c
J$1-00 Cathedral Mnclyis for, per yard  75c
50c art   Denl ns tor, per yard  35c
75c art  serge for, per yard   50c
$l.oii 72 inch fell for, per yard  75c
UOo art  sateens tor, per > ard   20c
30c cretlounes for, per yard  20c
Cushions   24x2. [or   85c
Cushions   22x22 tor   65c
Cushions   20x20 for   60c
15c ART MUSLINS FOR 8c-Ten piece., new art muslins, various designs, mostly light grounds.    Regu
|��r 15c per yard,   Now going for 8c
SASH  MUSLINS AT COST PRICE���:,5o quality for 25c; 25c quality;   tor 15c:   16c   quality   for  10c.     In
[urge and small coin spot; also in Nottingham lace, point de esprit and many others.
We have many    novel    de-
LACE DOOR PANELS AT  LESS���Ask to be shown our lace door panels
jigns that have recently arrived.    Prices from, each 	
.75c to $1.65
ARRIVAL   OF   BLANKETS FOR  FALL ���We have unpacked  twenty  cases of blankets  in  white, grey.
fi"i. navy.    Trices from	
 $3.75  to $10.00
T. W* Smith's
The Store  That  Sells for Less
I
City News
A m "' "-''. but strong on quality,
tile ' ,\ .,
Ml ' ��������� Morrison and His Honor
Judge Howaj will sit on Monday next
In chambers,
for cut flowers for any floral work.
rinK up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
Mr. and Mrs Warnes and daughter,
I of Rochester, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
;    H   C. Brlce,
Plenty of shoe bargains to be pro-
cared during the next few days at
Johnston's  big shoe  store. **
The Christ church, Vancouver, Sunday school picnic to Queens park will
probably take place on August 20.
Not made to please the eye, but to
please the palate. The "B. C." and
"Old Sport" Cigars *���
.1. A. Cunningham left yesterday for
Agassiz, where he will remain some
time on business.
Clearing out  all our summe' boots
I and shin's to make way for the swell
fall nnd winter goods,   Johnston's big
shoe store. **
A bicycle is awaiting an owner at
the police station. On giving a satisfactory description the wheel will    ���
! delivered to the owner.
i
For     sale���Seven     roomed     hou-' .
i bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
i street. "**
The funeral took place at. sapperton
yesterday of S.  Bent, the Vancouver
: man who was killed at work on   the
Granville streel bridge on Wednesday.
For first, class cut flowers pot plants
i or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
j florists.   Tel. 11 208. **
W. A, Duncan, city clerk, has pur-
: chased lot 34, of lot 757,    group    1.
53-100 of an acre, opposite the school
j reserve on  Lulu  island, at the upset
price of $750 an acre.
|
Application has been made on behalf
| of the city Of Vancouver for a water
! record  of twenty  inchps  from    Coal
creek, a tributary of Seymour creek,
I for  the  water  supply  of  the  city.
A  special meeting of    the    school
'trustees was held yesterday afternoon
���to appoint a tirst assistant teacher at
the Westside school.    J. T. Crowder,
formerly on the city school staff, was
appointed Jo the vacancy.
A report from J. A. L. Waddell,
bridge engineef, will be read at    the
next meeting of the city council, with
reference to the amended plans for
the Lulu island bridge. The plan submitted reduces the cost below $61,000.
A meeting of the Westminster Publicity association will be held in the
iboard of trade room on Tuesday evening, wheu considerable business of importance to the association is to be
transacted.
The second meeting of the Rifle .association for the Dominion salver
takes place today (Saturday), and it
is hoped that members will turn up in
good numbers. Shooting commences
at two o'clock with three markers.
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That   no   matter what
you need in CARPETS
or FURNITURE, you
will find it here.
We offer you satisfaction in prices as well as
in quality.
Take a look at our $1(5
Sideboards, regular $20.
We make Awnings.
LEE'S |
Mammoth Furniture Emporium :
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C    ���
Opposite  Lorne Street.     Phone 73. *
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Little progress was made with the
work of removing the Brunette river
wreck yesterday, A platform of planks
was arranged as a skldway upon
which to drag the engine, whicli was
hoisted on jacks, preparatory to dragging operations today.
We are  offering  tie-  biggest   snaps
command. His place, on the Mudlark
has been taken by Captain Thomas
Brown. It is anticipated that the new-
dredge will be ready in three weeks
or a month's time and an engineer ywlll
come over next week to superintend
the finishing touches.
0. M. Helgerson, formerly
Sap-
ever heard of in Ne** Westminster a*. ,,.,,.,������ n.ls returned to the city after
our great shoe sale. Johnston's bigL tril, through the middle west Mr.
""'""' house, *   Helgerson, who has some interests in
lir. Underhill, of Vancouver, and
those Interested with him iu the three
milling claims on the north arm Of
Burrard inlet., have been granted a
_ iter record of fifty inches to
ope the mines, from an unnamed
creek flowing into the north arm.
The funeral of the late Donald John
Campbell, of Princess street, took
place yesterday to the Odd Fellows'
ci inetery. Rev. Dr. T. Wardlaw Taylor officiated. There was a large attendance, and many flowers testified
to the respect in which tbe deceased
was held.
Your outing wlll be Incomplete without a box of ''B. C." Cigars. **
Owing to the traps at the mouth of
the river being the means of preventing the salmon coining up to the
spawning grounds, fishing has been
quiet this week in the Fraser. but the
canneries are short, of tins, and they
are being brought wholesale from the
Skeena, whore the run has been
lighter than .was expected.
Mayor Keary returned on Thursday
nighl from a visit to the interior in
the Interests of the R. A. & I. society.
He visited a number of places In the
Cariboo and found the heat Intolerable, being very glad to return to
the coast. He leaves again next wei _
after the council meeting, in company
with Thomas Sharpe, oi the Agassiz
experimental farm.
The Celestial Empire has arrived
from the halibut banks with a short
catch of 100,000 pounds. She ran short
of bait, and in consequence had to return. On Friday a loat was swamped,
and two of the men, Louis .Anderson
and Harry Hookier. who were thus
thrown into the water, were attacked
by a walrus. It was with difficulty
that, they were rescued.
Captain .1. M. Newcombe, formerly
in charge of the Dominion govern-1
ment dredge Mudlark, at Victoria, and j
who has been appointed to the new i
steel dredge which is rapidly ,ap- i
proaehing completion here, arrived
yesterday to take charge of his new !
DO
SYOU
SHEAR ���
Beyond   the   shadow
of a doubt, the
Apricot and
Peack
season will soon be over.'
Place your orders at
once and get the choic-
���. est fruit.
Saskatoon, happened to be in that
city when the recent oil discover lee
were made, and was among the first
to be informed of the'deposits. He
owns property in the immediate
vicinity of the find.
No less iban three persons guessed
correctly the weight, of the huge fish
exhibited by M. Monk at the city
market, yesterday. They were Mr.
McMullen. .1. Freeman and Mr. Page,
and the names were put in a hat, Aid.
Fader drawing the name of McMullen,
who received a prize of $5 given by
Mr. Monk. The. sum of $7.50. as there
were seventy-five guesses, goes to the
Fernie relief fund. The correct
weight  was 49  pounds 8 ounces.
The Semi-Weekly Okanagau, , following the example of so many of Its
contemporaries, has commenced a
popularity contest,rand with a sense
of fitness has chosen a visit to the
best centre of the province for those
who succeed. The prize to the winners is a free trip to New Westminster for-the provincial exhibition, with
railway fare and all travelling expenses, both en route and during the
week of the fair. Eight districts iu
the Okanagan are eligible for the contest.
The champion lacrosse team of the
world plays at St. Paul today. This
was the first club to Invite the then
prospective champions to play an exhibition game with them, and there is
little doubt of the result. The Salmon Bellies will be in much better
shape than they were against the Tecumsehs on Saturday, and have had a
long reet since the gruelling in the
Minto cup games. In addition to this
they have a much weaker team to
meet, and should easily pile up the
goals.
P��re ��� dry ���clean ��� fine and
futt-Mvoared. It never cakes���
never gets bitter. That's why everybody uses WINDSOR SALT.
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I am the original Teddy Bear and have been engaged to give a
series of talks on insurance in this space and will introduce vari-
our members of my family during my stay in town.
Today I want to impress on you that this space is engaged by the
leading and most progressive insurance office in New Westminster
and if you wish information of any kind regarding insurance consult McLeod's Insurance Offices.
"THE TEDDY BEAR"
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
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|   MARKET
|   REPORT
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There was a good attendance ol
txitli buyers aud sellers a: the weekly
market yesterday. An active business
is recorded, in all departments. In
sympathy with the weak horse and
cattle market generally, prices continue at quiet figures. A very brisk
Ibusinuss in fresh vegetables is notice I,
and growing steadily. Fmi; is coming
in, the pomaceous fruits now replacing the berries.
Meat and  Fish.
On account of the hot weather si
raisers had little call from the butchers, and the supply o�� meat was short.
All the bee: ottered easily sold, while
the offering of mutton and lamb was
equal to the demand. There was a
firm response for veal, which has a
popular call here. The demand for
pork equalled the supply, rising half
a cent per pound.
Salmon and sturgeon both sold at
two pounds for a quarter. M. Monk
had a good call.
Fruit and Vegetables.
Apples appeared tor the first time
ou the market, but as yet of small
size. Home grown peaches deserve
mention, justifying the claim put out
for the valley that they can be grown
here successfully. Tomatoes were also offered. The raspberry season being almost over, prices advanced.
Plums were stalled for the first time,
and changed hands at a dollar a crate.
The supply of potatoes was greater
than the demand, and in consequence
the quotations fell. There was much
business done with fresh vegetables,
and the small holders sent in supplies
of all kinds. A tew carnations remain
to connect the season with the cactus
dahlias now coming in.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry.
As was anticipated, eggs bold firm,
,and iu fact hardened lor wholesale
offers to 32V_c a dozen. The requirements are constant. There was a good
demand for fowls, especially birds in
fair condition. Chickens were well
supplied, and the call remained firm.
The good offering of ibroilers readily
sold, and the demand for small birds
was weak. Well developed ducks, in
good condition, found a ready sale.
The variation of prices was a little
more favorable to the breeders on previous weeks.
The Rings.
The prices in the rings remained
at medium figures. The best individual turnover In T. .1. Trapp's
ring was $350 for a grey and bay
team. A horse, buggy and harness
fetched $209. Other principal prices
were, horse, rig and harness, $175:
sorrel horse, $210; two bays at $1:15
and $130; and a number ranging from
$50 up to $120. Cattle prices number-
. I, cow, $65; black cow, $45; black
heifer, $40; cow. $30. Among other
sales were express wagon, $25. and
wagon, $4ti. .1. Travers also conducted
a busy stile. An exceptionally good
sorrel mare w*as disposed otiby private
treaty for $300.
The Harvest.
Most of the hay is now cut save in
the lands which were flooded till recently. A start will be made with the
grain harvest in about two weeks.
Oats .and wheat are looking well, and
promise to yield good averages per
acre In some places in the Fraser
valley the hay has run three and four
tons to the acre. Th.' apple crop will
be light, but pears and plums are expected to retuni satisfactory results.
Fruit will be good in the upper valley.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hind quarters, per pound, 0c
to 10c, forequarters, 6c '.<> 6%<_; mutton, 13c to lie; lamb, 15c; veal,
ne Hum,  lie, large. 9c to   10c;   pork,
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them examined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes.    All work
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Gifford's
Jewelry  Store.
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FOR     SALE     BY
J. J. MacKay & Co.
|| Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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Lemon Kali
Fresh from the Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
At Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
See That Dinner Set
In our window for - $20.00
We have others at      -     -      $16.50
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
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Fountain Pens
A few of the lines we carry:
L. E. WATERMAN
NEW   LINCOLN
PREMIER
AUTOMAT
BLOTAFIL  (Self-filling)
CONKLIN   (Self-filling)
MORRIS (Non leakable).
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s'..i- to 9c; eggs, retail per dozen,
",'.r. whole, 30c to ::_'.r-; butter, per
pound, 30c; fowl, per dozen, $6.00 to
$7.00; i bdekens, $5.00 to J6.00; broilers, *? 1.00 to $5.00; ducks, .1 50 to
$6.00; potatoes, per ton $18.00 to
$20.00; raspberries, per crate, $2.00;
black currants, per crate, %\ 25; ap
i les, i>cr box, $1.00 to $1.25,
.W. C. CHAMBERLIN  TI"->"*":
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Tenders Wanted
Ml'aculous Eggs.
A corr.*_*.nni!t'iit calls to mind an
incident; in thc life of Professor Anderson, "the wizard of the north,"
Bays the London News. Walking
through the butter and egg rnnrke.
in Aberdeen, he bought one egg
from an old woman with u basket
ful. lie cracked the shell on (lie
(���pot and extracted a sovereign,
���winch hc calmly put in his pocket
lie nsked for another egg and fools
another sovereign from it. The
*wi��ard then asked, "How much for
the bMka_t."
"Na, tu! Ve'll got nae nmir."
wus (he reply, as the saleswoman
swung the basket oa her arm and
rushed home to break ov*ry egy she
had. ,
She found them all nice and
fn*. li, und the wizard ..cut her on*
of hi_ Bovereisrn*
Tenders   are   Invited    irom    contractors       Up       tO       'J.       J) 111.,       tlie
18th of August, liius, for the erection
nml completion of three Isolation buildings for the Board of Managers of the
Royal Columbian hospital. Tenders
are to be addressed to W. H. Keary,
Secretary of hospital board, and envelopes to be superscribed, "Tender
for Isolation Buildings"; also tenders
nre invited from plumbing firms
for certain trapping and venting
of the Bewers of the Royal Columbian hospital up to the above mentioned date, and addressed as above
to \V. H. Keary, l.sq.
Lowest or any tender   nol    neces-
Siiril.v   accepted.
Plans  and     specifications     can     lie
l seen at my office   in   the   Guichon
block]
EDWIN n  W. SAIT,
Architect.
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ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NBVVH
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN J CO:
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl
Advertism
COSTS MONEY
Too much money is spent on useless adve
by city merchants every month.    Many col ui
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
cIheDaily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
"Ike,
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from   one    line   to   double   page
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This   Little   Story   Comes   From   Toronto:
The Retail    MercUuniB' Association of Chatham ie & level-headed
organization. At u recent meet
lng newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the gewral opinion
of tlie member* waa that news
paper advertising was the best, ami
program and other advertising ol
that c_ass was almost useless.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
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eduction Sale
Our Whole Stock
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Everything going at ridiculously
low prices.    Bargains never before heard of in the city.
Until room has been made for
our fall goods.
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Notice to Contractors
SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to
'*"' undi rsi jned, marked on   the   Envelope "Tender lor Construction," will
i be received at the office of tho Commissioners  of    the    Transcontinental
| Railway,    at   Ottawa,    until    twelve
j o'clock noon of Thursday, the    20th
| day of August, 1908, for the work re-
I quired  for the construction,    in    accordance with the plans, profiles and
specifications of the    Commissioners,
| of the following sections of the Transcontinental Railway, viz:
!     ll)    District "C."���From a point de-
signated  on  the  plans of    the Commissioners  near  Weymontachene,    in
the province of Quebec, 196.38 miles
| west of the north abutment   of    the
| Quebec  bridge,   (such  point being on
ithe boundary  between   Districts  "C"
! and "D")  westerly for a distance   of
! about 107 miles.    Date of completion,
j 31st December, 1910.
(2)   District "C."���From a poinl de
| slgnated on the plans of the Couimi.-.-
[sioners,   about   107    niile-s    west    of
Weymontachene, in the Province   of
Quebec, westerly to the end   of   the
Grand Trunk  Pacific    Railway    Com-
of the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute a contract
with tae said Commissioners, and to
furnish the additional approved security within ten days after the ac-
ce'ititnce of the tender, the said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure and all contract rights acquired by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be de-
���Mosited to tlie credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as part of the se- (
curity for the due and faithful performance of the contract according to1
its terms. Cheques de*>osited by I
parties whose tenders are rejected
will be returned within ten diays after the signing of t^ie contract.
Attention is called to the following
clauses in the form of contract: j
"All  mechanics,   laliorers,   or  other:
persons who perform labor   tor   the j
purposes of the construction of    the \
works hereby contracted for, shall be .
paid such wages as are generally ac-1
cepted as current for competent work-
men in the district in which the work i
is -being  performed,   and  if there  is
no current   rate tn su-h district, then
���i fair   and  reasonable   rate;   and,  in
the event of a dispute arising as   to
what is the current or a fair and reasonable rate, it shall Ue determined by
tbe Commissioners,    whose    decision
shall be final."
"This agreement, ia subject    to the
regulations now    in force,   or wiiich.
A WHISTLER  STORY.
' pany's contract,   a   distance   of .about
1111.97 miles.   Date of completion, 31st ; "'������>��� ;lt aW time hereafter be in force
December  1S.K.. |during the construction of the works
!    (3)    Districts "D" ami "E."���rrom
I a point designated ou the plans of the
he White House
I
A. J. BIRTCH
J
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n Pacific Railway Co.
It a'   Columbia Coaat Una
Service.
|7IME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
-    May    leaves    Vancouver
27, August .:, 9, 15.
|��OUVER--V'CTORIA ROUTE.
a Victoria leaves Vancouver j
accept Tuesday .at 0 p.m.
per Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
ess Royal at 'Jt a.m. daily ex-
Sdnesday.
TMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
Trader will leave Victoria for
���'estminster every Tuesday.
���res N'ew Westminster on W"d-
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Teet
��es Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
|th of each month for Clayoquot,
kWo Harbor and way ports; 7th
fh month for Quatsino and way
20th of each month for Ahcuset,
ISO, Cape Scott and way ports.
���1COUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. 8- Joan
Ives Vancouver 1:30 pm- dally,
Sunday. Friday and Saturday
at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
i.
lORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
[COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
I\'"H Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
N.inainto 4 p.m.
Ives Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-.
ta Victoria 9 p. m.
JRS  INLET, VAN  ANDA, LUNO
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Victoria 8 p.m. every Weda< s
|_rom Vancouver    10   a.m. eve*-.*
lday.   Returning arrlvet at Van
Ir Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
lay morning, via LadySMltSu
(NORTHERN b. c. route.
8.8. Amur.
^ves Vancouver ind and  16th of
month.
UP  IUVRR.
er���
lm   New   Westminster   Monday,,
ftesday and Friday,
bm Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
Saturday.
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER.
S. S.  Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Sal irday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday al 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuefda;. Wednesday, Th trsriaj. Saturday it 7 'l.ni. Frld iy 6 a.m. Addi��
tlonal trip Saturda.. leave I .art ner at
;> p.m.
For   reservations   aud   mrormatlot
call or address
KO   OOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
K. J. COYLB.
���___l   Oen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Suuerlntendent. Victoria
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B C
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
i Commissioners, being at t'ne western
I end of Fauquier Bros.' Abitibi contract, in the Province of Ontario, in a
; westerly direction for a distauce of
about 104.24 miles. Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
(4) District "B."���From .a point fle-
! signated w the plans of the COmmU-
��� sioners, about sixty miles west of the
| easterly boundary of District "K," in
j the Province of Ontr.rio, easterly to
��� the end of Fauquier Bros.' contract.
j north of Lake Nepigon, distance of
I above 100 miles. Date of completion.
31st December. 1910.
t_l Districts "B" and "P."���From
I a point designated on the plaus of the
Commissioners, at the western end of
i Fauquier Pros.' contract north of Lake
j Nepigon. in the Province of Ontario,
! westerly to a point at or near Dog
, Lake, a distance of about l_ii miles.
'Hate of completion, 1st September,
j a.m.
(01    District "P."���From a point de-
I signated on the plans of the Commissioners at  or near  Dog  Lake,  in  the
Province of Ontario, to a point at or
about mile 2.6 west of what is known
as Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
j routes as  shown ou the  plans,  a dis-
1 tance of oi out 2:17ti   miles   bj    the
northerly route, and 24.1". miles by the
southerly  route,  and the selection of
the route to be at the option of the
Commissioners,    Date of completion.
! 1st September, 1909,
Plans,    profiles    and    specifieatiyns
may be seen in the office of the Chief
Engineer of   the   Commissioners
Ottawa; also In the offices ofthe foi-      Millside  .No.   1,   daily
: hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor.
and which are, or shall be, applicable
to such works." (The schedule 01}
minimum wages determined upon by ,
said Department will form part of the :
contract).
"The contnactor shall iu connection j
with the whole of the said work, a^ i
fur BB practicable, use only material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided the same can toe ob-'
tiUine* as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Cana la a-* i Uewbere, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to thej
fire regulations adopted by the Com-'
missioners, anil also to the laws and '
regulations respecting fires in the dif-
Cerent provinces wherein the work is ;
being performed.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders. j
By order,
P. B. RYAN,
Secretary.
Tbe Commissioners of the
Transcontinental  Railway.
Ottawa.  1Mb July,  1908.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners, will not be paid for It.
Mail Service
Tha Eagle 1 hat Was Mads to Pom m
a Fighting Cock.
Apropos of something Whistler one*
told a cockfight story so vividly that
only a man with a sailor Instinct could
tell It as well, mimic it no keenly and
enjoy it so thoroughly. It wag a story
of a strange species of the American
eock. pictured to the smallest detail so
beautifully that one forgot tbat it waa
a story.
Some American sailors were at a
cockfight In n seaport town ln Bnjp-
laud when one of them remarked to
the owner of the champion:
"We have got an American cock on
board that can whip any bird here."
"Qo fetch 'lm on." said the champion.
"Chuck 'lm ln and see. If 'e licks ono
bird we 'ave plenty more to throw In
tbat can lick hany blaw��ted HamerV
eau bird you can fetch 'ere."
"All right We'll bring one," said the
���allora. When they got aboard they
rigged up an American eagle. After
fhetr own manner, they painted, trimmed, spliced and reefed fore and aft,
transforming the eagle to a cock. When
ready .they went ashore *4o pit their
new American gamecock against all
England.
At the pit the sallora chucked In
their cock, which looked around for
other surprises as he backed close to
the wall.
*Now, bring on your birds!" yelled
the sailors. A strutting cock wa��
thrown Into the pit and. was another
surprise to the poor dismantled engle.
He backed up closer and closer to the
wall, wondering what would happen
next. The cock walked three time*
majestically aronnd the circle, cufflni
at his strange opponent, the eagle pitiably abashed snd bedrabbled, crouching lower nnd lower and looking
R.ound and above him for an explanation of what lt all meant, while the
crowd were yelling madly for the
Kngllsh, flgh&j*. The_engle_made hlm-
seJi'Sifianer *fna smaller, fjut at iSSt.
finding that he could get back no further and thinking that something waa
expected of him, and, ssjtb$ ehek
dashedaTMg flgairClitJretched~aut his
k��.*^Tam ind took hl|_ppponent bj
the neck. - -���i^      *w
Here Whistler ended with an linfar
tlo'ff^by motions of what the eagle did.
He stretshed out his arm, shaped his
hand like a claw, which by this time
looked like a real one, drew it to his
mouth and with one bite pulled off
the head as he thought an eagle might
do lt. Then he looked blandly about
the room, as the eagle had done, at the
astonished crowd and said, "Now bring
on your other birds."���Otto Bacher In
Century.
TOWNS WITH TROUBLES.
Dispatched hy C. T. R. train at 7:15
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
at: dally.
London's trouble Is her fog.
Tokyo's trouble is earthquakes. 1*1.
!ier worst 200,000 residents were killed.
The mistral ls the trouble of Marseilles, nn east wind that Increases the
city's death rate 50 per cent
Calcutta's trouble ls cholera, and tho
bubonic plague is the trouble of Bombay. Ench city pays to her trouble an
annual tribute of 9,000 souls.
Bagdad's trouble ls the "Bagdad but-
tou," a sore that attacks practically
every resident and visitor, leaving a
button shaped permanent scar.
Madrid's trouble ts the solano, a summer wind from the southeast. It ls exceedingly hot and Is accompauled by
blinding, choking clouds of dust so
that notwithstanding a temperature of
105 or 110 degrees all windows must be
closed.���Philadelphia Bulltttln.
lowing District   Engineers, viz:   John | day;   Sapperton   No.   1,
ej...-.,
daily
.  Sun-
except
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Double through Transcontinental
Train service with Tourist, Pullman
and Dining Cars. Quickest and safest
service.
Atlantic Express leaves at   L7*.85.
Imperial   Limited   leaves ^ 7:15.
Excursion tickets on sale August
6th, Tth, 22nd and 23rd at greatly reduced rates.   Good for ninety days.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED.  GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vnncouver.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANV
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings ot the Empresses
August 7 find 21.
For other dates  and  particulars,
apply to
ED. OOULET,
C  P R- Agent
��_r
THE
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
DAILY      N
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E W 8
) Aylen, Acting District Engineer, North
j Bay, Ont.; T. S. Armstrong, .Nepigon,
jOnt.; and S. R. Poulln. St. Boniface,
| Man.
Persons tendering   are notified that
; tenders will not be considered unless
- made In duplicate, and on the printed
Pnrtland    BoStOn    fornls suPPUed b>' tne Commissioners.
** 'I    A separate tender must be submit-
And all the principal business centers of I ted for each section.
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI- i    Tenderers shall not be in any wiay
TIME PROVINCES. 'entitled to rely upon the classification
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and or any other information given by any
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls. Iperson on behalf of the Conimisslou-
|ers; and before submitting any tender, bidders should make a careful
examination of the plans, profiles,
drawings and specifications, and read
the forms to be executed, and fully inform themselves as to the quantity
and quality of materials, and character of workmanship required; and
are understood to accept and agree to
be bound by, the terms and conditions
In the form of contract, specifications,
! etc., annexed to the form of tender.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the tender,
and witnessed and be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered
, bank of the Dominion of Canada, payable to the order o!f the Commission-
iers of the Transcontinental Railway,
as follows: ,
For Tin"* Tables, etc.. adBress
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent. 186 .Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every L��av in the Ye*'
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
iH^NTrH'w^sTE,RK' .���mE..-*--**-- ��'����������� ���>�������� *. ���>**������*������< -I. ���..*.-������>.������������"
Embodies the newest   and best ideas . t*a* ��� ���*. ..<-.������     i-noon
(or   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE. *"*' Sec* No> 2. District "C .. IdO.OOO
and   LUXURY.     It is  lighted  with Tor Bee. No. 3. Dist. "D & E". 150.000
both  electricity   and  gas; the  most For Sec. No. 4, District "E" .. 150,000
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the j For Sec. No. 5, Dist. "E & F".. 200,000
world.     The  equipment  consists of For gec  No 6  District "F" ��� ��� 100,000
private  compartment  cars,   standard ��� t
t6 section sleepers, luxurious dining -* ' _,_
car. reclining chair cars (seats free), ** sh!l" within ten days after the ac-
modern day coaches snd buffet, li-,ceptance thereof furnish such   addi-
brarv and smoking cars. tlonal   approved  security as  may  be
For Time Tables, Folders, or any required Toy the Commissioners,  sign
further information call on or write tne ctmtract, specifications, nnd other
F. W. PARKER. documents required to be signed by
GENERAL AGENT,    jtne Bal(*- Conimlssloners;  and, in any
7�� Second Avenue. Seattle. W��sh'care of refusal or failure on the part
Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched by B.  C. Electric rallwaj
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, dallyexcept Sundays.   Return mail receiv��d 10 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; dally except Sunday. Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first mail). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No. 2;  Millsld ������     . .   ",
Coquitlam, dally except Sunday,   iw-
turn mall received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,    Wednesdays
and Fridays;  leaves 11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
Dispatched by G.N. Pyier. 4 n. m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays .and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8.45 a.ra..
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, IW _Ce.li,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
In Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), dally eicept Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m. Bonar -a Wednesdays
and, Saturdays.
Th* 8oieno�� ef Chemistry.
Chemistry did not become a science
���ln other words, chemistry proper did
not exist���until the seventeenth century, and tt was as late as the middle
of the eighteenth century before lt tx>
gan to amount to much. The old alchemy undoubtedly contained the
germs, or at least the possibilities, of
the present day chemistry, but beyond
this tbe relationship between the modern science and the ancient delusion le
slight Indeed. Still, it cannot be denied that it was ln the foolish search
for the "Philosopher's Stt*ne" and the
"Elixir of Life" that men first hit upon
the discoveries which were destined
to develop Into the great science of today.���New York American.
The Sarcaitie Cabby.
Tbe London bobby la notorious for
overgrown feet and hands. Likewise
the Loudon cabby Is generally accredited with never being at a loss for
a reply. One day a bobby lifted up
his hand majestically to halt a cabby,
but the latter crowded his horse ahead.
"Didn't you see me raise my 'and?"
demanded the bobby.
"I did see the sky darken a moment,
but my 'one was sbyln' at your feet,"
retorted the cabby aa he whipped up
and went on���London Graphic.
Th* Dane* and the Raven.
Perhaps the Danes selected the raven
for their standard out of feelings of
gratitude, for before the Invention of
tbe mariner's compass they must have
found him extremely useful. The oaly
method of determining whether land
was near was to let loose a raven. If
the bird saw land he sallei away forever; tf be did not, he returned to the
���hip.   London Chronicle.
Eqeally Culpable.
"I cnu any for myself that I never
have ben mean enough to get another
women's cook away from her."
"Neither have I, but I must confess)
that once or twice I hnve tried to work
Mr cook off on some of my nelghbore.**
���hut Him Off.
"What are you taking for your eoldl*
"Nothlug."
"Nothing.   But. _r.jr dear fellow"-
"Nothlng,  I say. not even advice-
r**. daj. tntl Mr-irtaatratad NU.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
A
FERNIE RELIEF FUND
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now totals over j_,ioo Sinclair's I
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A. P. Grant 	
.1.  Mahoney   	
Merchandise.
W.  B.  Kales    10.00
Thomas Rutledge    5.00
E. Goudy    10.00
X. W. Creamery  20.00
Hardman it Co  10.00
M. .1. Phillips    30.00
* Daniels &  Loat    30.0d
J George AdSms   IS.00
��� Brackman-Ker   25.00
Cunningham Hardware Co. .. .40.00
Hale Bros  10.00
J. A. Lee    LO.OO
Westminster Clothing Co  10.00
ERATORS
Reid & Ci
15.00
CALL AND SEE
THEM AT
ANDERSON \
& LUSBY'S
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
O. A. Welsh     10.00
T.   Mulr   10.00'
Adams it Deans   10.00
Mrs. Birtch   15.00 |
T. H. Smith   	
w. s. Collister 	
W. C. Chamberlin  	
W. E. Sinclair 	
T. S. Annandale  	
Johnston Shoe Store	
H. Morey & Co	
J. N. Aitchison 	
McMenemy  Meat .Market
West End Grocery 	
100.00 i
100.00 '
10
10
25
25
10
20
5
20
Sing On Co  5
Quong On Wo & Co  5
Sing Kee   10
Ning Lai & Co  5
Jackmfin & Burtman   10
Edmonds Tea Co  5
Mrs. Hoffard   5
Acme Clothing Co  5
Frank Broad     10
Benson & Ayling    10
Gordon Dry Goods Co  35
Anderson & Lusby    10
Fraser Valley Meat Market  .. 10
Frank -MacKenzie  10
Yesterday's Collections.
M. W. Grant    10
Dr.  Doherty    10
Myers Gray  5
L. Wilson    5
W. H. Nesbit   5
M. Monk    # ' 7
(Collected at St. Mungo Cannery.
S. R  1
George C.   Waldie     1
George Stagg    1
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Waters,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Bruce Fisher    1
Andrew   Halcrow     1
John K. Raphail   1
.lames Canfield     1
St.  Mungo Canning Co  20
James Anderson    10
(Collected iby the Daily News.)
Daily   .News     25
T. H. W  1
Mrs. W. N. Bole   10
Brewery employees   15
A. Whealler   5
.1.   B  .Wilson     20
Friend     2
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This Date in History
I TRAVFIK AUCTIONEER ant)
J. UVAYCiRO VALUATOR . . .
All  business  in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale  every  Friday  morning
cn the   Market  square.
.ii*** AM VF.l.TlSE        T_��
THE        DAILY        NEWS
FOR QUICK  RETURNS
AUGUST 8.
1758���The New London summary was
published ut. New London,
Conn.
1811- The British took possession of
Batavla and a part of Java.
1812���The United States troops under
General Hull evacuated Can-
ada and entered Detroit.
181,4 -First meeting of the British and
the American commissioners
at Ghent, to treat for peace.
1819���Charles A. I>;ina. New York editor, born.   Died Oct. 17. 1897.
1829- The Centennial of Baltimore
celebrated.
186-1 Porl Gaines, al Mobile, surrendered to Paragul and Granger.
1897 sir Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian
pi, mler, received the order of
the I.' .:i"n of Honor trom the
urealdenl of France.
Mid-
Summer
��
Clearance
*
Sale Is
a Great
Success !
So It
Should
Be,
As Never
Before
Were
Such
Bargains
Offered
to the
Public
***********************************************+*+**,
I ..TO RENT..
:	
* ���
*
!   SEVENTH STREET���Close in, six rooms:  good situation,    and large
* lot   $15.00
* SECOND STREET���Near park, eight  rooms; fairly modern*, large lot
* and stable $20.00
* AGNES STREET���Near Sixth street, suitable for boarders or roomers,
* twelve rooms; modern $27.00
J   sixth STREET���six rooms; city water; ten   lots;    large   orchard,
a chicken house and stable $20.00
���    FRONT STREET���Two stores, each
..$20.00
F.J. HART & CO., LTD. \
W. I Sinclair!
The Reliable
Shoe Man
REAL   E8TATE, ���	
MORTGAGE     LOANS, ***J INSURANCE.       f
| New Westminster, B. C.
Collister's Annual
Summer
CLEARANCE SALE
The sale which offers you lower price- thail
any we have ever conducted. This sale lasts
during the month of August, and in that
time we will clear out all our summer goods;
Note These Prices���Everything Reduc
ed
Bargains in ladies' cotton
knit underwear
REGULAR 35c VESTS NOW 25c.
Fine ribbed lace trimmed undervests. This lot is made up of
various styles in odd lines. All one
price; each   25c
Fancy lisle vests
REGULAR 50c TO 75c, NOW 35c.
Three dozen only, ladles' lisle
undervests with short sleeves or
without sleeves, lace trimmed,
Swiss ribbed, white or pink. Sale
price, each   35c
Embroidered linen shirt
waists
Ladies' fine balbriggan
undervests
REGULAR 95c EACH, NOW 65c.
Twenty-live only extra fine close
ribbed, Large sizes and with short
sleeves buttoned front; satin faced.
Sale price, each 65c
Ladies' drawers
SALE  PRICE  PER PAIR  65c.
Matching the balbriggan undervests on sale at Ibe same price;
per pair   65c
Ladies' white c
combinations
ON SALE, EACH 50c.      ���
Regular   prices   are   {iin ut__l
|1.25, and the quality is i-xceptioj.
ally fine and nice; nicely tr turnaround     collar;     _bort    and x
.:*
sleeves; sizes 32 to 40 Inches.
Oi
sale, each          ft |
SALE PRICE, EACH $1.95.
Three dozen only on sale at thla
price we have sold dozens of these
waists at the regular price, and
they aro the best value we have
sold for years, as we were fortunate In being able fo buy them
in the small lot which a dealer hail
on hand at a price 50 per cent.
less than regular. On sale now at
less than regular cost; each . .$1.95
home low prices on
sheeting
Best Kngllsh white sheeting at
prices which makes it exceedingly
profitable to buy now.
Three pieces 8-4 white twilled or
plain sheeting. Regular price 40r.
Sale price, per yflrd  28c
Four pieces 10-4 twilled Bheetlng.
Regular price .'Or.    Sale price, per
 H^B    *WC
Ladies' regular $1.25
shirt waists
SALE PRICE, EACH 95c.
Sixty-five only left In this special
lot.    Each waist ls nicely trimmed
; with  insertion or  embroidery  and
j
each is full In size and well made,
as  are  all  blouses    sold    by    us.
Regular prices $1.1_ and $1.25. On
| sale,   each    95c
Muslin curtains half price
Muslin curtains '.',\z yards long,
frilled on edges and bottom, top
hemmed ready for pole. Regular
price per pair $5.00, Sale price, per
pair  $2.50
A great clearance
girls' sailor suit.
$1.75 EACH.
We show some twelve    ..>-.
these serviceable suit-    !'.-'.-
ls made of materia! that Is ate
lutely fast  color  an-!   if thi W|    |
wearing quality;    trim mod ��t
with narrow braids and white I
lars; sizes are for girls from Wl
14  years.    Regular price   *-..\M-'
$2.75.   Sale price, en.-li lU^Bl
We offer excepti
snaps in white blankets
These are  last  Bea * I
slightly soiled,  probfl    ,       :';
damaged sufficiently to
���o hesitate availing    yourself *
this money saving opporl I '   *
sizes.    Every  pair mat ���
figures,     See   these   If    ���"   **
blankets.
All Remnants Reduced
Specially for the Big Sale
It seems tis if we never had so many remnants.
They have been accumulating rapidly���too fast���so
we haw decided to place no more on the table
until what We have are sold. The prices are still
further reduced to speedily clear them out    They |
com i t of
Embroideries,
Laces, Ribbons, Silks, Pv.
low Cottons, Sheetings,
Flannelettes, Muslins,
Ginghams, Prints, Cn*
tonnes, Sateens, Etc.
R< ductlons vary  from 20c to 50c ol I
I rice.   Sale price marked In red
500 yards cotton muslins! 10c laces on sale, per See our show windows
and delaines yard 5c marvelous hat values
ON  SALE 7i _c  PER  YARD.
.Light colored muslins and cotton
delaines, 26 inches wide, and In
good washing colors. Regular
values  12'ie  and   LBc.    Sale  price,
per yard    7'/_:C
Four Hundred Yards Muslins, etc.,
on Sale 11c Per Yard.
Regular values 15c to 25c;
lengths vary from six to fifteen
yards.   All one price per yard 11c
Thirty pieces of Torchon aud
Valenciennes hues in widths varying from tWO to four inches. RegU-
values were 8o to  I5c.    Sale price,
per yard    5c
One Lot Embroideries on Sale at
10c Per Yard.
Various odd and short ends of
Insertions and edgings. Regular
prices 12%0 to 20o, All one price,
per yard    10c
All  trimiiK i]   hats al
Ladles'    $1.25    salloi      1;
sale.
��� ..eh
45t
Hundreds of   iintrininn'il  5b**' '
on sale, each
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
J We Close at 5:#|
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