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INSURANCE
WHITE, SH5LES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Lire;
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SKILES &    0.
260 Columbia St,    Phone &
-i     ,.
i SDAY  MORNINa, JULY  11, 1909.
FIVE CENTS I'1j_    'OP'i
AMATCUKS MHI
FOR OPENING MATCH
u,      .   ter    and     Maple
to Battle For Su-j
premacy Tomorrow.
SOLKEYE EXPECTED
AT ANY TIME NOH
ii-'/VL
i)i IW1LL ATTEMPT 10
50R DEPARTMENT!  COME TO AGRtEMEJIT
posTpc : city cowl   [TWO MINISTERS '
TILL MAYOR'S RETURN Wl-L VIS!T HERE
First  Fish  Tak.n  Off   Island  and  Run
in the   River Now  Looked for
Hourly.
ockeye   havi
ihi r ,.    yet, hut th    B
are ii - - ���.>.   hourl)   expi c   d
Word was   ecel     I y<
III      ll land    tu    ib.     ���   .
catches  iv. i   b.  n   madi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     and     I tint      Iiinii'  I     i a:,:,
Maple Leafs and  Westmin    outer Wbarl  and the cam
���    win   ilL. ai   ���   ... qulmali  had put   up  th.   Qi
,. ,.,. i,   ,���  year s pack.    The ti I. i oni]
crowd  Is ci ii.iin   to   ��� _ _,.;..,, ___,..    ...  ...
ed shirts to vl. tory,
t_^__^
.v., on the oval
In the Pa. ll ���   i oa '
n   ;       ������   ha .
u  torn iw ulghi  be
J.B_i and a big crowd  Ls  certain   ts   m  ghould n,.|h.    ,n  ^ ^
to victory, ,,,i|a>  (1|. ,,, ,.,mv
11   nol   make   much      Ev< n  when the I       & ...
r a Bhowiu        thei  uloi ���       nol   expected  thai   ai   Brsi -Ul
In    eiiioi   compan.   ���'"""' '" lal-'   numbei       Tl in  ,.,.,.���  hM[ t0 a  Lottrd of investigation
���    not  looked  tor,  until  tin   i ol   .,  M;1,... ,., d,   la .     an ,  ,.:,   ���������,,.���
the  presenl  or  the   beginning  ol  the or some official intermediarj  becomes
coming week    perhaj    noi even then.  ,,.,.,  . ,.,   .,,   effecting   ..   settlement,
'rl'    fishermen  an   eagenlj   looking   yjr   ^|n��� |,j
Appoint Two Conciliation 11 ficers to Assist in
tling Disputes.
'. . It is und      .'i
���   .
���   ,,   .,,    I  ation
n pai ���
i     e ot hi     In west
ern pa        i       Idea I    attrl     ed tc
i IB    11.1      lillli
I lie I I  oposi l
���  '.,,1      ..     till (Jilt    Ol
���   ;. . ator.
tni .hods.     Olt..-ii   all. ;    ;   com        bui
utive of IJ. C. L. A. to
Talk Over Situation on
Friday.
Slow   Progress   Made   With   Civic   Bylaws���Se.sioi.  Adjourned  Ti.l
Friday   Evening.
asBoclu.1 Ion
���'_________
i. . robse
,     Canadian    Aiuuieui
definition,      and
, .  A.  IV  rules.       I a ,
;   . xp. i,  suck  li.mil
...   the   locals   a   good
- trsoui ol
lu selecfng the twelve to do duty
o dlfflcu i tween  the   w i st-
\ ai co. . c lai ro . ������ clu
ii.i- ���    come   lo   a   ii a i   In  l be
oi  v    pa '  I"'-,  'i 13s wil]  in
d   ou      iclon    tli     m ml   gam ���
������������    .  V hi.' iuver,
On Frldaj ev uin ��� of the pri ��� ��� nl
wi ek the executive of the B, C, L. A
wii] ine. 1   .1 iiv. .1 referee Q.ui -
in 1  all  the othei   matt 1    ovei
friction   has  arlsi n,  and  ii   is
ho] ed thai some sal Isfactory wi ������ king
I......   ....  arrive 1  al   bi i'or_  Saturday.
The meting ba-  been called at the
n vi. -1  oi' the Van. ouver club.   Yes-
.     ..    _���. .        ,    .���       ....  -_ --Hi-self frequently acted inl terday President  A.  W. Gray, of the
","' "'" ���"'"������;���'>''��� and   in   In hopes thai ,���a|  ,.,. ldtJ   , ,���, ,,���. .���,._������. deputy B. C,  L. A.,    received    a letter from
the run  will  start  ear j   and   thai  li ., ,-   Land   hag als0 ,lml��� so    with presideni Jones of the Terminal Citj
V"  '"���'  l:"'u'" and  continuous  during ;, ,,,.,,,,���, conci.lation officers, in ad   organization,    making    the    request.
Uie presenl month,     For fl   tei   ght dltio- ,,, wha, l8 pr0vided for In the President  Jones reiterated 'iv state-
,,.    ,h-    Westminster     lean,   it   was   ","'!":  ���-"���.'.ll'.   ' '"""       >" '���     '"'"""' LemieUX   act,   i,   i_   thoughi   tha    the  ment  that   Referees   Barr   and   York,.
Ior   lht   \\es minster jwsji    l2 ,._,., wl.il..   hey are onl.  willing to ���������������.,. 0, Btrikea  v,,, ���  materlal-lol Vancouver bad  both avowed their
pay   10c   for  those  caught  after the ly lessened and Industrial disputes of-|intentlon of resigning, and this state-
uljusted   before
close of the current m< nth,
Bought tu give an equaJ representat-on
tu .... >v 1:11,1 and Reginaa, while
a bunch 01  bu. s iu
l    :       i|   ,,,   oi doing Justice 1 1
in',' ..;. .1 town oi lacrosse,   The
|.i,'i_iii|..iu'v. team which wlll line
1 Up ;,,,,..,: .,..���. . 1 .-Main to give a good
I, itself:       Goal,    Munn,
:..    illMi     ],oillt.    H.'l'j
i, def. v v D. Marshall;
e,  W.   Patchell;     third ���	
hi, ftord;    centi-.',  li.   11.
[Mackenzie;  third home, E,  Warwick;   Lost Two Years Ago at Carman. Man.
second li    e J    - Smith, first home, '
GOLD WATCH AWAITS
FORMER MISS RYDER
W, Lund 0 itsldi in,uie, Bei 1 Henry,
Inside I in P ffdj. Spares, Dlgby
and Swanson,
or IV  Murray of   \ an-
cou\ 1 wil] ri terei. and c. D   Peele
I "will act as Judge of play.
���Owner   Sa'd  to   Be   Married
and   Living  in  This City.
ten adjusted before assuming a Ber-lment on bis part is taken hero as
ions aspect, Departments] officers tojj meaning Mun the Vancouver members
,la. hi ia '-.1 to make any Btatemen, of the B. C. L. A, executive will de-
i 11 the matter, taking the ground that mand the dropping of the present
Buch announcement must come from referees and the appointment of offi-
the  minister. (cials   from    Victoria    or some other
  |neutral point.
MAKES SERIOUS CHARGE.        .    Just  how   the officers  of tbe  local
���������. club will  stand on this proposition is
Fisherman Claims His Net Was Mali-  not yet certain,      They do not   favor
ciously Cu. ''���   but  are willing    10  hear  al]  that
The flrsl  case for ibis season ol a |Va_couver has to say on the subject.
arising  out   of    the | Local   Club  to  Meet.
::   til     City  CO mcll   adjourn   il   lo
:      on ai    . ...'  ol .Una lay's civic
holldaj   it   v.i       []        1    thai      me
..'.. -i    .   ma le on  the  bylaws, . bui   anotbi 11 1 irnmeni   has
11   .  vi.. a to l-11 laj.
\   notice ol    motion    to Introdui
new   b)lai-,.   tor  ���: : ���   " '0  ** 1
I.isi ste]    11 1 uon io ad .a
improvement, 1 ut the council has n 1
j,'i ii.iniiiv.. di clde 1 how the sums
are to be approprlati d, bow much is
to ��� aski a foi waterworks, and how
much for streets. Till thai figure is
arrived at, the necessary drafts of
ih.. bylaws cannot be prepared, owing to tbe various statutory obligations to be observed the Hassam
Paving Company s officials are nol
likely to get to iheir work till the beginning of September, as they are
unwilling to do the cement sidewalks
ninl sewers under tlie local Improvement plan unless the whole con1 rait
can be gone ahead with at once- The
general opinion of the aldermen is
that the Columbia street paving
should be submitted distinct from the
other amounts for streets, and not in
a general bylaw for street work.
Hon. Chas. Murphy Reaches
Vancouver ��� Dr. Pugsley
to Speak at Luncheon.
According to information  from  an
��� ��� ��� i vi 1 i\.   source    Hon,   Dr,   Pugs-
lej   v. a    .--,., eti ,1   In  Vancouver  las'
evening   on  liis  vi II    to    ' he co 1 1
cities.
The in ulster of pul lie works will
And a ooll-. ague on the coast In the
1 v on of the secretary of Btate, Hon,
Charles Murphy, K. C, who reached
Vancouver early yesterday In his
private car on a visit to make himself better acquainted with the needs
DEPUTATION WILL SEEK
TRAFFIC IMPROVEMENTS
serious    nature
jealousj of fishermen on tbe river will j    The executive of the local lacrosse
come   up  at   the  district   police court  club     will     meet    after    practice  at
  tomorrow.      According    to    the com- Queen's park this evening, and it  is
,, plaint  of Andrew    Swanson.  certain probable that    the course   of action
Is '���'"'' ���"������������  u"[-  ;" P^enl living  persona ,���.,,..,,,,    Wm    ,u    leave hi, l0 he |mrslled by lhe New westmin-
in this city  who latelj   bore the nam,- [course  with his net, and upon his re-  ster men at Fridays meeting will  be
of Ryder, and wbo two y.ars ago was final, rircled In and out in a gasoline decided upon.     The team for Satui--
a teacher ai Carman, Man.? boai cutting tin-, net in several places day   will  also  be picked���or  at  any
If tin!,   T    Bhe maj  know on read-  wit_uthe propel'or, |rate the team that will play if there
lug  this   thai   there   is  a  gold   watch - ������  |la  any   game    on   Saturday���and  the
coming to ber. Good   progress  is  being  made  with  players   themselves     are     hot   for   a
being I    Tbe New., was yesterday in receipt |the Odd Fellows' block, and while the gam
Influential   D-legation   Meets   General I
Superintendent  Busteed to  Ask
Better Service on C. P. R.
(Continued  on  Page  Three),
GRAIN  SACKS ARRIVE.
[Preparations    Under     Way   for    Harvesting Season's Crop.
al-^h_rvi��_tl__ ln�� ft letter from   t_rs   F   C   Foumlss, I construction requires only a few more      Things at  present do not look par-
fc" ..,.--.-���' :.-.."I,, 'I-';;;'      Vl.    Y'YYY Yull ���&%%%** ���*��'  �����*, there .O ha ^ome ^[OW, htm  te Saturday,  am, it
.reage this y.  1 I.   according to re-  enclosing a clipping  trom the Winni- lay In transferring the hedges, as new
h broughl   In  rrom   the     country,   peg  Free  Press.      The clipping reads   furniture wlll  b,.  required.	
large   than it  haa ever been before, as follows:
ind lndicatloni an        be effect that,     'Two years ago  Miss  Kyde-r,  then  /"�����/_   C���_,  *-.   T? of*rtflt>T
there win be a bumper yield. teac&er or a school  west of Carman,\\XlTl9 *JUC IU I\CLO(/Cf
The tanners are already commenc- lost a gold watch. The other day
Iiv tc buy their sacks and yesterday the watch was found by Robert Clark
Iln- flrsl InStalmeni ���-.- use In the of Carman. The young lady is now
relley arrived In thi city.   They were ' married and residing at  Westminster,
-,ii-i:ii..i to the Bi ickman-K-r Co.,  11. c. ami If ibis item comes to her
mui came from Calcuttla via Vancou- notice she may recover her watch by
wer.     'I'li.   consignment consisted  of writing to  .Mr. Clark"
150,  sacks in nil, and was brought j    if the one-time  M-ss Ryder is suc-
rt" this city on board 'he Brackman- loessful in   recovering  her  watch  the
Ker's cargo freighter Forager. News would be glad to hear of it.
I-Oni DUNTENWILL    > CAPITAL OF PERSIA
TO BE H.HE SOON        IN HANOS OF REBELS
I Former  Bishop  of   New   Westminster   Shah  Is  Surrounded  by   His  Cossacks
Arrived in Nev/ York Saturday���
Now on  Way to Texas.
Montreal,  July   1..���Monslgnor  Au
; ���  ���   ""iu. awlll, Buperlo-general  of
1 Viu. of Mary immacuiate, will
visit Montreal the '-nd of next month.
Mgr, Dontenwll] arrived ln New York
���; irdaj on a tour of Inspection
houses 1,1  the order on    the
nt.     Before   coining   lo   Mont-
wlll visit  San Antonio, .Texas,
1   I -miii houses, and will  th, 11
���   Pacific coasl m Vancou vi r
he formerly occupied the l",M
1 hop,   After vis ting Van. ou
the superior-general  wil]  Inspect
1   house. in Western Cana la,
1  reach Montri al sl iul '-ho
il "i nexl  month,
and a Big Battle May Occur at
Any  Moment.
Fatalities Exceed 100.
1 City, .inh   18.���Further deceived   live'of   i'Ue   cloudburst
'asi ivi,lay ,11 Orizaba place the loss
1, 1 gold.     Tlu-  Rio   Blanco
' '   in mills were wrecked aud three
OPI 11,Mies wer,. killed. A larg,. area
js under water and oilier sections are
half flooded lt is estimated that
H|e total loss of Hfv will exceed 100.
Teheran, July I'i.���One thousand
nationalists entered Teheran at -
o'clock this morning. They cam.- in
by three gates and the'northern section ol the city was BOOn Hi their
hands.
There has been sum.' lighting 111
the streets, but as a genera] thing
the nationalists are preserving excellent order. Thvy are Bending oui
patrols through the dty. The shah
is expected momentarily to take refuge in one of tli,- foreign legations.
The i-o.Miiist    croons,    practically all
Cssu'Ks.   have   taken   Up   a   position
In the central square and surrounding
streets, ami it is believed that iiv
nationalists ��iii attack their position
in rui] force if thej do noi surrender.
Man Kills Glr| and Himself.
Livingston, Mont., July 13.���John
Roach, employed at the ranch of Nat
C. Wells, near Fiddley. shot and killed
Uie 15-year-old daughter oi his employer yesterday because of unre-
quieted love. After slaying the
young  woman-,   Roach   kille.l   himself.
Vast Estates From Pope
Rome, July 13.���A sensational action ag'nst Pope Pius, in which a vast
fortune is at stake, is pending, it was
declared today, unless there Is an adjustment   of   the   suit   to   be   entered
into   oy  the  three  nieces of the late  pope
Rishop Adams, who sue to restore
their uncle's fortune to them, now
held by the pope. The Vatican holds
the will, which it is declared leaves
everything to  Mgr,  SaNau,  now    the
AWAIT SPECIAL CABLE
TO GRIP ON LOCOMOTIVE
NATIONAL WAR AGAINST
WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC
Great   Northern   Officials   Resolved  to ' Great Campaign Will Be Launch^ in
Pursue  Efforts to Raise  Engine-
Expensive   Proceeding.
The Groat Northern officials ai.
wa'ting tne arrival of some two-inch
Bteel ca',!,-. of spoclal construction, to
reach her., from Seattle, li could
not be purchased In Vancouver, and
Agent Myers made a special trip to
Seattle 10 order it. As soon as the
cable arrives steps wlll be taken l^
resume operations to recover tne iv.,
motive.
lt has est the company about aUaiiu
already In one way ami another In
the various efforts made, and itiey
do not intend to be beaten now that
so much has been done, Two tugs
win be pul to work, and a Arm grip
made on the engine, in lb. hope that
I.  ean  thus  lie  brought  iisbuie
The   body    of   lleoig ���   A.   Ziedwied,
the engineer, was removed by the relatives yesterday from Fales- undertaking parlors, and sent south tor Interment,
Toronto Against the  Modern
Evil.
Tortonto, July 13.���The forces arrayed against the white slave traffic
will assemble next Monday, to declare
a national war of extermination. Representatives of all interested churches
and societies will meet in conference,
Plans will then be adopted by federated campaign tor more stringent
federal legislation, and the organization of more efficient machinery for
the enforcement of laws.
The scope of the movement is In-
:. aded to deal as vigorously with the
objectionable conditions in far distant Yukon, as in the central cities
of the dominion. The raising of a
Bpeolal campaign fund, which it is
anticipated will be readily available,
will be before the conference.
F. F. Busteed, general superintendent of the C, P. R.. will receive a
deputation from the Fraser valley
this afternoon, representing the fruitgrowers, and inhabitants all along the
line of the C. iJ H. from Agasslz,
with regard to the Improvement of
the .transportation, both freight and
passenger, between way stations and
this city and Vancouver.
Other matters which will be brought
to the attention of the general superintendent are Improved accommodation at Westminster Junction, and
the easier issue of market tickeqts to
this city. The result is likely to
have, a material effect on the future
of transportation in the Fraser valley.
HON.   ,MR.   PUGSLEY.
T. A. Muir returned yesterday from
a visit to the Okanagan valley. He
visited a number of places during the
trip.
of the west. Hon. Dr. Pugsley -will
1 probably take advantage of his ac-
jc-ptance of the invitation of the
board of trade to luncheon after hls.
I return from Victoria. He will ad-
|tlress the Vancouver Canadian Club
j during his stay on the coast.
I Secretary of the Board of Trad-
Wade is   making   arrangements   for
(Continued on  Page Three).
PREMIER EXTENDS WELCOME 'SUFFRAGETTE PRISONERS
TO WOMEN DELEGATES
WORRY THEIR JAILERS
Reception   Also   Accorded  at   Victoria   RefUse  To  Take   Food  and  Will   Not
By   Lieutenant-Governor   and
Mrs.   Dunsmuir.
BEAVER TO LAY OFF.
Fakers Make Living By
Pretending to Be Injured
A WEEK OF  PICNICS.
Four Hundred Westminster Children
At Beach.
Nearly 400 Sunday school children
and their friends went over to Stanley Park and English Bay yesterday
to picnic. Tbey represented the
schools of St. Andrews Presbyterian.
Olivet Baptist and Blue Mountain.
Five special cars were reqiilsionv._ for
worked  t0  that  end   for  months,   de-  ^overy" is" fairly   largy.
'Jari; ih.y have rounded up the clev- to the detectives, the mei
____________________=  to the detectives, the *������$k��|
~^ ��� turns In  a  role of    injur���
4
Anti-Tuberculosis Crusade.
Stockholm, July 1,1.���The
leading nations of tlie world
have sent delegates to tho ln-
ternattonal antl . tuberculosis
congress, which began a thrve-
���lays' session in Stockholm ter
day
parties to Queen's park.
Unfortunate  Love  Affair.
Vienna,    July    13.���Baron      Oscar
Rothschild,  the youngest son of
Al-
^gngence"  knd the other two acted
��� as   witnesses. -se  ^^^^^^^^
��� The <��"P'Bl��aV!hJ1Montr��l| street libert BoUuMUM. head"of" the Austrian
��� are the C.P.R., but l��J    mA liothschUd family, com*
��� railway, tbe Grand Trunk rau    > ^.^ ^ ^ c,      tot ���ight
��� Shearer, Brown M|dmw",9thaerec-ie fori because of an unfortunate love affair.
��� t .rested     Th-"- claim '"Jf Counted I    Baron Oscar was 21 years Old-   He
��� which the arrest was ma^e tlon 'returned t0 Vienna two days ago  af-
��� to $150, and was Pa'd. lnh!��recelved ter eight months spent ln travel, dur-
i   ",ly           ���                                     ��� with  injuries  alleged  ^J^^iori �� Whloh he visited the United States
��� ���_______ ---Tat  the  tlme of   ^  Wlnd land Canada.
^^____________________-_-_-----H
Makes Her Last Trip For Four Days
Today.
The steamer Beaver leaves today
on her last trip up the river betoi-e
laylng off for repairs. r
She will return to this city oft
Thursday .-ringing with her the produce for Friday's market, and will
then go Tound to Vancouver, where
she will undergo a thorough overhauling. Her smokestack will be renewed and the slight damages sustained in the course of her recent
annual trip to Harrison lake will also
be attended to-
On her trip up the river today the
Beaver will carry an Immense cargo,
amounting In all probability to considerably over sixty tons. Among
other items there appears on the
shipping Ust one consignment of
seven and a half tons of sugar. This
will be used by the housewives of
Chilliwack and the neighborhood in
putting up the season's fruit.
Victoria, July 13.���Following the
reception given Iby Lieut. Gov. Duns-
intiir, Mrs. Dunsmuir and prominent
Victorians to the 85 visiting members
of the International Council of Women last night, a luncheon was tendered to them at the Empress hotel
today, at which Premier McBride addressed the visitors. Brief talks
wore made by Victoria women and
the visitors. The party, which includes members from Germany, Bel-
glum, France, Norway, Italy. Great
Britain, Canada and Australia. 1. ft for
S..;iV'l.. ou the steamship Princess
Charlotte  this afternoon.
National  Lottery.
Havana, July  IS.���President Gomez
tonight signed    the   bill   creating a
national lottery. 	
Obey Regulations of the Prison
Authorities.
London, July 13.���The suffragette-,
who were yesterday sent to Holloway
jail on charges of disorderly conduct
while attempting to present a petition
to Premier Asquith, aro making it
lively for the jail authorities. According to information given out today by t).e Women's Social and Political Union, the latest Ibatch Of prisoners are following the tactics Inaugurated by Miss Dunlop and in audition to refusing to eat they decline
persistently to change their street
close  for  the prison  garb.
The rules o�� silence also are ignored, and Unre has broken out a
general revolt against the attempts to
treat them as ordinary criminals.
G. E. Martin left yesterday for a.
few days' holiday iti Seattle, where
be  will  visit  the  A.  Y. P. exposition.
(<Pan-American9y Peril
Worries German Judge
At the monthly meeting of the Native Sons' post on Thursday a visit
will be paid by the chief factor of the
province. Delegates will be elected
to the annual session of the posts in
Nanaimo tills month, and a social
evening will  follow.
Berlin, July 13.���Judge Wilhelm
Schwarze, a prominent member of the
Reichstag and of the Prussian house
of representatives, seizes upon Americas eleventh-hour use of moral force
to secure participation in the Chinese
railway loan as a pretext for a fresh*
and vigorous warning against "the
American peril."
Writing ln Der Tag, under the caption, "Europe for Europeans," the
learned judge urges that England and
Germany abandon their mutual suspicions, trade, competition, and naval
rivalries, and league themselves without furtler delay against their common enemy from across the water.
"America," declares the jurist and
politician, "Is the peril not only for
England and Germany, but for the
Europe.
"It must also be plain that Amer-
lean designs on Canada would be hastened by an Anglo_erman war. If
England and Germany fight they wlll
fly  at each other's  throats   for   the
benefit of America. America will be
the laughing heir of both. That thla.
will without do.bt be the case ls Indicated by t_o brutal procedure of
Aldrlch tnd Payne in connection with
the tariff bill and by the forward policy of Secretary Knox in China
"It Is of tt*i_ most vital necessity
that the economic factors of Europe
unite again*!.. p.in-Amerlcanism before it is to. late."
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V/ANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
f-EAL    ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
������"���,
If a man had gold dollars to sell a    fifty cents and  did not  let the  people know anything about it. he would not sell  any.      You  must  "ell  tli. people what you have to sell, v.hy they should    purchase   from   you,   and   so
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their  money.      Too many of us have  got the habit of thinking that because We  have been a  long time  in  business  everyone  rnus>  Of  n cessity   know   all   about  us   and
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns  of The  Daily  News and   keep abre.ist  of the  times.
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WANTED.
AUDITOR  AND  ACCOUNTANT.
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WANTED-GOOD   DINJNG   ROOM   R   ''���  PRINCE-AUDITOR  AND AC-
glrl.    Apply
hotel.
ai  once    ai   Gulchon
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
.        ,,.   in hotel.     p. i). Box 296,
city.
WANTED ��� A SMALL COTTAGE
near city in exchange for Vancouver lo' (1>. I.. 1-1 i and cash .a.ni,-nts. Address Box H--, Daily
News office.
countani (successor tn c. Hamber)
..   ���   tions  anil  storekeepers'  books
oi account a Bpeclaity; agent for the
Hall Sair Co.    Office:  Room 7, Ham.
bly block   P. (). box 7'.,:,.
ARCHITECTS.
W, n GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
RO im   1 1.   Dominion  Trust   bi'.' .a.
EDWIN  V.   W.   SAIT,  ARCHITECT -
Guichon Block.    Telephone '���'- '^
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Lin,ivd. Front street, Xew Westminster. Manufacturers of nel a
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
WANTED���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
by man and wife; no children. D.
.v,  News office.
WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER-
vant, no washing. Apply Mrs. W.
T. Reid, 51 Royal avenue.
WANTED���GIRL TO WORK AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth  street.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  _  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance   Agents���
City,   farm   and   suimrban   property,
200 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street. P. O. drawer 100.
LOST.
LOST ��� AT QUEEN'S PARK,
child's gold locket and chain. Initials M. F. H.; also contains photo
of two children. Findor please
leave at this offlce.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
550,  phone 334.
TEX ACRES, FIVE MILES FROM
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price, $2200;   terms.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofllce, Box S74;
phone 498. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
li.  C.   MONUMENTAL  WORKS, .IAS.
McK . ���'. manufacturer and Importer
of :.    .v. ntal t bstones, budding
Btone, etc.   Satisfaction guarantee I,
Columbia sue.-.. New Westminster,
ISTENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guicl on block.      P. O. Box 694,
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
T n r ting; ( opy work, buslne is
li ii i . etc. Province office, Co-
:       : i street.     Phone 62.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 4 15.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair," Columbia street.
UOST ��� IX ORANGE PARADE,
bunch ot keys; finder kindly return
to W. E. Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
LOST���SQUARE      GOLD    BROOCH j ELECTRICAL WORKS.
set   with   four    emeralds  and   four ; ���~~-.~a~~-a~~v%~a^.���, -^^^^
pearls, a large ruby  in the centre. jTHE    PE;Ars0N    ELECTRIC    CO.,
One pearl    missing. Please re- j    dealers    ln    electrical    machinery,
turn to Daily News offlce. fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 381, P. O. Box 928.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  Xew  Westminster.
and .Nov.'iu', ir, at 0 p.m Annual
meetings on the third ThurB lay ol
February. New membi rs m ij ba
proposed and elect. .1 al any n i Ih-
ly or Quart, rly me. ting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA       HOUSE,
Lorne street, W, X. Catty, mavi  ' i
Special attractions provided during
the  season.      Advance ticket ollice,
Ryall's Drug Store.
O. O.  lv   ROYAL    Cl IV    LODGE
No, 3���Meets   In   Oddfel ow      hall,
Columbia stn et, every Frldaj even
Ing al 8 o'clock.   VI (tin
win be made welcome  G. E. Gl
N. G.;   C.  i'i Ofi oi       r G    '''-
ing secretary
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLIVM-
���bia    street. Fins-class     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday,  Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISOX THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-Class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
FOR- SALE.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIB
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver offlce Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS, 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIVE-
room cottage one block from car
line. Price .SOU; cash $200; balance to suit purchaser. G. Hall,
Kast Burnaby.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limns; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel,	
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite tbe
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO   LET���LARGE   BEDROOM,
ner Agnes and Seventh, No.
COR
701.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
'    ceries, phone 386.     The Pure Food
|    Supply Grocery, P. Q, Box 811.
i =
LAND   SURVEYOR.
JW.  X.  DRAPER,   B.  C.  LAND  3UK-
! *  tveyor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open flay and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs. Archer, proprietress).     Four courses, consisting of
(    soup,  flsh,   boiled  entree  or   roast,
I    pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAI-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store nttlngs;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car Une. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
. O. O. P.���A.MITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 8
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A
F. and a. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A, F. and A M.; L 0, L
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1593; Court
Sappenon, No, 1683, 1. 0. lv C. U.
lv Court Westminster No. v.";
Brotherhood ��f Owls, Nesi  No. -'���'
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application h;,s
'been made to register F, McCleery as
ithe    owner In  fee    simple,    under a
'tax  sale   d.-ed   from   the   mayor  and
treasurer of the city of New Westminister, to F. McCleery, bearing date tha
Hth day of January, A. 1)., 1904, of all
iand   singular   thai,   certain   parcel   or
'tract of land and premises situate, lying and  being    in the    City of New
Westminster, In  the Province o( British Columbia, more particularly known
iand  described as  U>ts  91, 92, 93 and
94,    of Lot  3,    Subdivision  Block  14.
You  and  each  of  you arc  required
'to contest  tbe  claim  of tlie  tax purchaser within forty-flve days from the
date of the first publication of this notice, otherwise I shall register F. McCleery as owner thereof In fee.     And
I  hereby  direct    that    publication  of
this notice In a dally newspaper for
thirty  days,  published at  New  Westminster,   will  be  good  and  sufficient
ervlco thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Now Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 26th day of February
jA.  D..  1909.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph E.
Gaynor Estate.
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
and  those claiming  through or under
them   and   all   persons   claiming   any
Interest In the said  land by virtu., of
any  unregistered  Instrument,  and all
persons  claiming any  interest  in  the
'said  land   by  descent,  whose  title  Is
not registered  under the provisions of
jthe   "Land   Registry     act,'    shall   be
j forever   estopped   nnd   dobnrred   from
j setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
.provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
purchaser within forty-flve d
, ���    date of ihe flrsl p i I
notice upon you, and In d I
.v.- ii or ceriIflcate of 11
Ing filed within such period
fault   of  redemption   bi f
tion, you and each of you w
, ver estopped and d"
ting up anj claim to or in r.
the  said   land,     and     I     ha
peter Henderson as ov, n
fee.     And  I hereby ordi
, anion of this notice for 11
a dally newspaper publl
Westminster,  will be good
cleni  service thereof,
Dated al  the Land !'��� gl
New Westminster, Provlnci
Colum la, ihi.. 3rd day of M
i'..u:i
C. S. KEl'l ll
District    l(
To  Yuk    Chee,    Chew    sin
John J. Weir.
D
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets tlie fourth Friday In the
month at S o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. ln the Eagles-
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark, VV.
Pres.;  H. Schofleld, secretary
!
HOUSE TO RENT.
LIVERY  STABLE.
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    HOUSI-, [RING UP    250    FOR    HACKS AND
with  bath,  $12 per  month.      Apply       smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta-
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street. I    bles.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
���WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all  k'.v.s  of new and  second
j hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.      Chief, W. Sutherland.
BOARD OF TRADE��� NEW WEST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets In the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
Take notice, that an application
has been made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and clerk of Surrey, to The Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the 3lst day of
December, A. D., 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being in the District of New Westminster, in the Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lots 3 and i, .
Block 4, being part of Lots 7 anil 8,
Group 2, Map 456; Lot 7 of Bloek 1,
being part of I_ots 7 and S, Group 2;
jLot 9, of Block 4. being part of Lots
7 and 8, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you and aU persons claiming
any Interest ln the said land 'by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
al] persons claiming any lnt-rest in
the said land by descent, whose title
Is not registered under th,- provisions
of tho "Land Registry Act," are required to contest the claim of the tax
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands v,.:*.
in the railway belt in Biitisli Coliia
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who Is the sole bead of a fan.,:.
or any male over IS years of age, 10
the extent of ono-quarter section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for tbe district
ln which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy may, how.ve , b. made on
certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or ulster of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform tlie conditions connected ta re-
with under one ot tbe tonowin_
plans;
(1) At least six months' residence
upon  and cultivation of  tlie lan! on
j.ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, i. 'ne
i father ls decas-d), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the viclmv t,t
the land entered for, the requireiie nn
as to residence may be satislie,! y
such person residing with the father
or  mother.
(.'!) if the settler has his perm.n. ff.
|residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity ol his hon��
'stead, the requirements as to rei-lu dm
I may be satisfied by residence upon
ithe said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
Ibe given to the commissioner ol Dominion lands at Ottawa of lntenilon
.to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may W
! leased for a period of twentyOM
!years at an annual rental of %', per
| acre. Not more than 2560 .i<*re��
Shall be leased to one individual or
company, A royalty at the rati ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY
Deputy of the Minister of ihe Intv.or.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be Ya
for.
LAND  ACT.
Comox Land District.
_l$trlct of Queen Charlotte Sound.
1    Take notice that O. B. Jacobsrm, cf
'Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher,
intends    to apply    for    permission to
lease   the   following    descrlned   land!
Commencing  at a  post   planted    at
the west end of Lewis island, thence
[northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly   and   northerly,   following   tne
shore  line around  the  island  to ti'e
point  of commencement,    containing
800 acres more or less.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
OLE B. JACOBSON.
SCOTCH AKTILLERVMEi.
ACCOMPLISH GREAT FEAT
Succeed   in   Transporting   six   Mountain Guns to Top of Arthur's Seat
and Fire Royal Salute.
Edinburgh, July 13.���The Ross-shire
and Argyll-shire Batteries of the 4th
Highland Mountain Artillery Brigade
hav_ accomplished a notable feat by
taking six of their artillery pieces to
the summit of Arthur's St-at, the famous volcanic hill, S22 feet high, near
Holyrood palace, Each gun was carried in sections by five ponies. A
false step would have led to a disastrous fall down a steep declivity Into St. Anthony's Valley, in some cases
during the last stage of the ascent the
gufls were carried by the men, who
accomplished their heavy arid risky
work without accident. From the top
of the rocky cone 21 blank shots were
fired, the discharges echoing all over
the city.
assailant thl" afternoon In the Bols
Vtneennes The weapons uSed were
pis;tols and after the exchange of two
shot,!, which did no damage, the duellists   'aft   the   field   reconciled.
CUBA   LOOKS  FORWARD
TO   WAR   WITH   STATES
Havana, duly 13.���It is said the rea]
reason for the award by the Cuban
government of the contract for rifles
and field guns to a German firm was
the consideration that, in case of war
with th.. United States, Cuba would
I be unable to obtain ammunition that
would fit ihe guns if they were purchased in America.
This question was thoroughly discussed before the decision was made
to award the contract without public
bids, which would have given American firms an opportunity to secure the
contract.
Harmless Duel.
Paris, July 13.���M. Caillaux the minister of finance, who was struck in the
face as he Was having the senate
chamber yesterday by Charles Bos, a
former deputy, fought a duel with his
AMERICAN  GOVERNMENT
PROTESTS AGAINST TREATY
Pekln, July 13.���The Russio-Chinese
treaty against the ratification of which
the government of the United States
has made formal protest through Mr.
Fletcher, its charge d' affairs here, is
an extraordinary document. Under
the guise of an apparently simple ar-
rangement for the settlement of the
vexatious questions constantly arising
in the administration of municipal affairs along the Une of the Russian
portion of thv Chin.se eastern railway,
it  confers  a power on  Russia  practi-
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Cheap Lots
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.^���	
MONEY   TO    LOAN
TENDERS.
jcally tantamount to sovereignity, in
[those municipalities. The protest ot
ithe American government, however,
has served to prevent ratification for
the present. The treaty aims to provide new municipal regulations.
THOUSANDS  OF  ACRES
ARE SOLD IN ALBERTA
I.-thbrldge,  Alta., July 18.���Figures
of the greatest land sale ever hei,) in
Canada, and possibly in the world,
'have been given out. There were 136,-
1624 acres of school lands sold In X56
'parcels for $1,584,2.11.79, an average
of $11.60 per acre. This land was
!good, bad, and indifferent, scattered
| over an area of 108 miles by 72
miles, and some of it was 50 to 60
miles from a railroad. The pric,. Is
very high under the circumstances
and land values are being raised as
a result.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Postofflce Fittings, Vancouver, B. C,"
will be received at this office until
5:00 p.m. on Wednesday. July 21,
1909, for the work mentioned.
Plans, specifications and forms of
contract can be seen nnd forms of
tender obtained at this department on
application to .Mr. C. Tossell, Clerk of
Works, Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not b�� considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of residence.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque i-j n chartered
bank, made payable i , t'i.. o.d,,��� of
the Ilon-rable the MU ��t. ��� 0f Public
Works, equal tr> ten pei -e -,. (lo p.c.)
of the amount of uie is_uer, which
wil] too forfeited lf the person tendering declines to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so, or lf he
fall to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted
the   cheque  will   be   r. turned.
The  department doe-s  not  bind  It
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER.
Secretary
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June 30, 1909.
(Newspapers will not be P"l 1 tot
this advertisement lf they Insert "
without authority from the department)
S. S. TRANSFER
T'he steamer Transfer will leave
Brackman-Ker wharf every we��li day
afternoon, except Saturday, at il I1 '"���
for Ladner, Steveston and way ports.
Saturday al 2 p.m., returning lo Net*
Westminster  Saturday evening.
Returning, leaves Steveston every
week  day morning, except Friday.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ���'"
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager
IT PAY8 TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westm I nster'a Homi Paper. [Form N��  :' ���'
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
,,,  c,.a ���   Ran >' ,,l!"
, ,,  ii   Uidi i on, oi
,     i , ion, jeweler,
, '   tor   permission to
to,     Y     desc   - I
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
PAGE THREE.
^ MADE IN CANADA^ TWENTY TH0U8ANU
I ���; i
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. ui ��� ill   hor.   oi Berry Is-
1 I in     Ith,   1909.      Applj
: ���    'i    i land, containing
....   i
BENJAMIN ANDERBON,
S    II.   -ORD,  Agent.
Itine  lib, 1909,
[Form  No   9.]
LAND ACT.
FARMHANDS NEEDED
WOMAN AtRONAUT
IS ELECTROCUTED
l     Investigation    Agent    Says
j Sufficient Help Wil, Be
Big  Problem.
Wnd   Blew   Balloon   Into   Live   Wires
Which  Carried   High  Vo.tage
Current.
Ol
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Form of Notice.
e One.
ial  Dora Anderson
B    I'.. occupation, lady,
< >..'. in a I      .''': :"     '" '" ���'" "
in     ������'������'   '-1  '
post   Planted on
, Klaoltsls island, a
oi  Turne   Wand
I,,,,,    Applying  toi
.. |r    io acres more <��'
DORA  ANDERSON,
r     s, ii. limn, Agent
Gth,   1909.
^^^^^^H ��-___ m
THE Kli I
THAT PLEASES
...
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E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont
[Form No  9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice,
i   asl   Range One.
Intends to ajiply for p- i pur
oi Vancouver, B, C, occu
chase the following desert
Commencing ai   a  po ed ln I
Uie bay nt nortbwi Bt CO
island,  the largest Island e in
dian  group.     Dated  June i h   190U
Applying   for   tin;   wh. .   ���.
tainlng SO acres more oi  le
liKHt'li'I A  ANJUERSON,
I'.-i- B.  II.  FORD,  A ���   '.
Dated June Oth, 1909,
miiip. g, Jul*   :       I   B   ii ���   Wall
...
��� in ne ! from a  wi   tern tri
...
never  looked
men wil
; ...      ������ :   ,:11    til   -
i
dl,   in,
wei    thi pi
���     .,     ..     a    musl '    ..
��� ..  fa ..] unl. -   ��� .ni'.. Bourc
Is disco       ...   uv
i anion  will  arl In ]
;     :   .     a'-.'. il    dlffl-
hi Ip, an I i"
���      ii   trl   ited ii   time foi
...   ' ,   but   this   year,   on   ai
ol   i!..    greai   i  '��� ������   in   ���     '
I        ��� ".  -A Ill b    '' -ii .���;.'  dif-
Ive.
fwo Silnisters
Will Visit Here
,otice thai  John    ulsen, ol
Vancouver, I;   C . occupation, farmer,
Intel : -������>   ""'  i'l'''����SS!u11   "'
:,. following     described
at a post  planted  in
, .'. ��� bi    corner of    Davies |
ISkad    D ted   June  6th, 1909.    Ap-
. .. whole island, contain-
|,''_  . more or  less.
JOHN  OL-EN.
Pi r  B.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated     ne 6th, 1909,
[Form No  9.]
LAND ACT.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Detroit,   \ti ,'i    Jul;    13     En angli d
ol   live '.'��� I ��� *, manj  ol
....',.    Mi     Del
:    i  i i     ,. aged aboul
via  boi Ibi    deatli  at
,i.eh . s.uiii da    aftei no ��.
pli   ut a �� .ul" wind   the woman
elc-i     I li  ii.ai.e lhe trip to lh   clou Is,
bel'c-n   i in   aaiin. a could  i  a. li a
i {       ..i  '������. Ind sti..- .a i
....   it a' a high rati   ol    pi   i
. :    a   n< I ��� ; of wii
��� utvi i ���  v    town.    Mrs. Meix
-a a   .    |.    !l llgi 1.   and   as     h.    pai ���
n    i-i      ,;.    wii he  lei
;, :    mghi the topmoi    cable, sn.
ed  hi r   hoi I,   ��� ui   tell   with   her
o is It, ami  hung iv though
. ., 1.  hi i   fi it  v    led  in  a mass ol
. ���   ... In     b   ow,    Borne one had
in-,  ni mind i" teli ph ine io th.
trie   I owi t  .' lam   <o  : nm   oil   the
��� in, ii hlch "a   don    ��Ith all poi ���
.   ij ,i d.   When the , I ctrlcliy was
ll    But off the body o] the unfor
e woman dropped to the ground
fi ��� t   below,    Doctors  found  sum.
in,lb ation    of life in the body, bui  11
. Hghl aud the wi n d.e I shortly
after midnight, on,- hand wa burned
almost entirely off, and the woman
was otherwise Injured, Mr . Meixell
had been malting balloon ascensions
for  many  . i ai  ,
^'���pated'cp^.
ST.CHARLES EVAPORATED CREAM
Th,- Golden Cow is the trade mark of the St. Charles Condensing Company,
Tl sign "a a can of Evaporated Cream stands for purity and quality,
'I !.��� ���. i no other cn am ju t like St. Charles Cream. It combines at a
low price the highest quality and the great,- I purity, the fini t Savor anil
the gn ite I power of nutrition. Kor infants and growing children, for
nursing mothers and invalids it is a necessity. For the strong ahd well it
is a lu Miry. It is .qua I to the be ��� of ordinary cream for all purposes, For
man) purposes ii is infinitely sup i ior, In using st. Charles Cream, whether
for infants, for invalids, or in ordinary cookery, you take no chances.
'. ���-ne booklet of valuable  1���fonnatioD  In ninlliers andnnp.es sent f; re upon application.
Sold by   "Best  Grocer!   E-Ocrylvhcro '
ST. CHARLES  CONDENSING  COMPANY ::      In_e__ol!, On..
Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE.   WINNIPEG
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AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID  UP CAPITAL  ...   .
A  WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN   PEOPLE.
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
[the fundi��� un. and members of the
board are requested to bear the en-
gag, mem In mind. The dale W.ll
be announced later.
Form of Notice.
Iiislriet   of   Ooasi   Range  One.    H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Take notice that    Frank  Jacobson, t0 visit Penitentiary.
of Vancouver, B.  C, occupation, tar-     .,_,    Murphy  is expected to  pay  a
mer, intends to apply for permission  vjgi,  ,,,  t|h.  ���,   ,-. penitentiary  when
to  purchase   the  following  described on (lll. ,.,,ast, M he la acting minister
lands: of justice during the ajsence of Hon.
CommeiH-ing at  a  post  planted  in  yir    Aylesworth   from    the country.
a  small  bay on north shore of  Bend  Tllis  [s  ])is  lu.M   ylv  w,.s[  Bjnce  his
Island.    Dated  June  Oth,  1909.      Ap
Will Attempt tu
Come to Agreement
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Deposits are received  in the  Savings Department at all branches, and
can be withdrawn by cheque without  unnecessary formality  or delay.
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Manager,  N.   H.   MACDONALD,   New  Westminster.
(Continued trom Page 1)
[Form No, 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Disti .    ol   Ooast  Range One.
1 ,u.     otice I iii   Ralph  Jacobson,
. ii. c, occupation, far-
to apply tor permission
following   described
lands:
i.'oiiiiii. tn :.    al  ii post  planted  on
ore in a small bay on
iton   island.     Dated    June    4th.
plying  for  the  whole  island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast   Range Une.
Take  notice that Adolph  u.  John
son, of Vancouver, li. C-, occupation
entry Into the cabinet, and he ex-1,
presses himself pleased with the reception accorded him. In the course
of an interview, he said: "My chief
reason for making the trip here is
that, as secretary of stale, i feel thai
have
good
1909.    Applying for the whole Island, ' in'ner, intends to apply for permls
^^ the    following de
containing -0 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
i       .-.   II.   KURD,  Agent.
.  I ine ��� ii, 1909,
. .   No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
looks as if the executive migh-
a hard job mapping om a
twelve tonight.
Jimmy   Gifford   Sick.
Since last Saturday Jimmle Gifford
it is my duty to know more about the bus been taken sick, having received
w.'ht.      Oilier than ai specific times a  blow across the Btomach which is
when parliament is In session if mat- causing bun considerable pain.     It ts
ters   come   up   which   necessitate   an doubtful   if   he   wlll   be  uule  to play.
acquaintance    with    conditions    oui it  looks at present as if the lineup
here they    are hard   te handle by a would be laid out with Munn in goal,
man  uot    versed  with    them.      The Gray  out  at  first  defence,  Galbralth
representatives  of the  west are  not and Tommi.    Gifford    in their usual
at  the lime in Ottawa, and 1 think It positions, and  the  Reiinies at  second
essential   that   I   become    acquainted and third.      This would make a good
with the subject.      The ne.-ds of the defence.     On the home will probably
,west   have   greatly   multiplied   within be  Bill    Turnbull,   the    two Springs.
anted on the past few years." iPete Latham, Len Turnbull and Win-
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#
I Gasoline Tanks and I
\       Fishermen's Supplies %
. JAMES & McCLUGHAN
���
\ Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
sion  to  purebasd	
scribed lands:
Commencing  at   a  post  p   ^	
the north shore of Crib island.    Dated ���.
June  0th.    1909.      Applying    for the  NOT MUCH ARSENIC
whole  Island,    containing    90    acres | PRESENT IN DRUGS
more or less
Form of Notice.
Range One.
icob   Jacobson,
iver, ii iv occupation, car-
penti r, intends to apply  for permission 1 ihe  following  de-
:���:.   d land
Comtni ���   a  post  planted  on
v    ��� est shore Of Mound island.
1909,    Applying f<1:'
i  containing BO acres
D
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Pi :   S   11.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June lib. 1906.
[Form No. 9,J
LAND ACT.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated June Oth, 1909.
itemute.
Pat Feeney, who arrived in town
again some days ago stated yesterday
that he would get out t_> practice
again soon, and that he hoped to be
able to get into the game again late
, Litis season. It will be a pleasant
surprise if he doe_ so. To make up
for  thi.,  however,  it  is  now   praoti-
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.      REMEMBER,  WE CARRY  THE   BEST MAKES  OF  WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
The Question
Where io buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
Ottawa, July 13.���An examination of
the revenue department oi the number of drugs as found on the Canadian market, for the purpose of ascertaining  whether any  of tliesL. con-       .
tained   distinct     traces    of     arsenic. ��^'-v ��,"aln     'at neither Bryson  nor
shows that  while most samples  were Alex-   Turnbull  Will   play    again  tins
practically   free   from   poison   arsenic  >ear.
wc,,.wus found to be distinctly present In Look t0  Intermediates.
'certain sulphates and particularly In T,lis being the case the manage-
Ipfeosphate of soda. Amounts Were ment is Keeping a Sharp eye o.i the
not so large as to be alarming, but senior amateurs. The latest alter
were sufficient to make it possible to Munn to come into the Ume light is
regard these drugs as meeting phar-
where I macophioal   requirements.    Four nun-
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
young   Wilbur   Lund,   who   ha.   been
���.   directing  you   to  .He  store   r^\1!STTfSSSS^^U^^   S__? iS_ "aT.
vou can see the largest slock of new   dred  and   forty-eight   sample-,  ot   sui defence.       He  is   said   to   be   a
I,.,, .econd-hand goods of all kinds In   prate  of  ^^..^^E ...a. on the field, and a fair stick
.-    (.|tv .examined   showed   .lob  containing  n�� ;__,,.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Com., and see bow uiurn more you
can get tor your money, here than
elsewhere.
i    ifeuairing of guns,  umbrellas,  typewriters, and light automatic  machin-
arsenic  while *0 did.
Form of Notice.
of O asl   Range One.
notici    that   Albert   Hunt,  ot    _,_.
iver, B. C. occupation   fanner, jPry and.hicycleB a speciaiu
Inti ���       to appl;    tor permission to
the     following     described
enclng   at   a  post  planted   in   SECOND-HAND     STORE.
north  shore  of  Kees  i^l.-nd. (,,_,,,.-..,.... <_.,      -Man fn the Wheel
the   Anderson   group.     Dated |l""ln" "*  ""  '
''.ih,
HUDSON'S  BAY CO. WINS
IN COURT OF APPEAL
Alex. Speck
handler.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ln the meantime the general opinion on the streets is that unless the
Vancouver club promises to nietid its
ways before Saturday the locals would
do well to default, the game- The
players themselves are opposed to
this. Everything practically depends
upon the resulte of Friday's meeting.
1909,       Applying   (or
i land,    containing     160   acres
v     o   lees.
ALBERT HIVN I,
Per  S.   II.  FORD, Agent.
���,'. June 6th. 1909.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
London, duly li!.���The court of appeal today allowed the appeal of the
Hudson's   Bay  Co.  from  the  decision
of Mr. Justice Channel in H case of      ^	
Stevens   vs.   Hudson's  Bav  Company.]
Tb"  ease   r.i.s,. |   the   question  of   Iia- Intercolonial Blockade.
blllty  of  tb.   company  to  bring Into I   Halifax, duly 18.���A wasnout on the
account tor the purpose of assessm ini  Intercolonial    railway    at    Murphy's
to Income tax the sum of     ��177,8.7  bridge,  two  miles  from    Antlgonlsh,
realized from tin  sale of land during  canb-d   away   sections  of   track
ib_ !.._' three years.     Their lordships over a mile and muae th
livid than  the sum iu question could stbl,. for
not  be  regarded as profits or gain
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANoOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
:ouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le daily except Wednesdaj
S.S. Cha.mer leaves Vancouver l
,m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leavea- \ an
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday,
or Victoria.
[Form No, 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
ol  Ooasi   Range one.
that John Johnson, ol
'l B   C,  OCClipal mi.     sales-
intends to apply for permission
���   the  Following  described,
ncing at  a post planted on
north shore of .lohn island, an is- j
twi , n  K','s island and   Davies |
i        Haled,   dune   6th,   1909.     Ap- j
tor  the  whole Island, contain-,
'     I ' acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
'flee
'Phone  18b.      n.irti   Pbone 187
Columbia   Stree.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any  part  ot tne city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICF-���TRAM   DEPOT
and I; bad been maintained bi
coin; any further that Mr. Justice
Channel was wrong in holding tnai
ihe    company    carr.ed   on    business
dealing in and Belling of land.
Scot i.i
trlcts
ior
   road mipas-    ^^^
trains. Traffic between Nova nesday
and   the  Cape  Breton  coal  tli--
was  suspended   today.
WESTMINST.R-VICTORIA     ROUTE
S.S. Trader wlll leave Victoria for
New Wbfitmlnster every Tuesday.
Leave,   New  Westminster  ou   W ed
JAPANESE   HAVE  GREAT
GARRiSON   AT   MUKDEN
Quarantine Agai.ist Cholera.
Bt Petersburg, duly ill.���The Ger
man und Austrian railroad authorlt
ies have Informed Russia that they
are about io take steps to Institute
a quarantine on the frontier against way ports,
cholera,
VEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each   mont'    for  Quatsino   and     way
ports;   twentieth  of  each   month   tor
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Capo
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:60, 7:20 and 8:01)
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., anil
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at S:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, Newi
Westminster.
Scott  aud
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of  ooast Range One.
lake notice that James Watson, ot
\ in, ouver, b. C��� occupation, fanner,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
cnase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the northeast shore of Owl Island.
Dated June 6th, 1909, Applying for
the whole island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES WATSO-4.
Per S.  H. FORD. Agent
Datod June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
St,    Pet. rsburg,    July  13.���A despatch to the Re. h todaj  from Harbin i
reports that thi   Japam se are strong-
Ij   reinforcing  the    garrison  art   Muk- j
den,  which    nev.    consists ol  22,000
troops, Including 16 squadrons oi cavalry.      Trains    of    ammunition   and
{previsions    are    constantly    arriving,
and the Japanese are actively repair- COLLECTIONS
Ing   and   extending  tlie   fortifications.���]
Crystal Theater |
Grand Trunk Route.
Ottawa, July 13.���The railway com.
mission will hold sittings at Fort WH-
i Ham July 15, and at Sudbury July L9.
At Fort William tbe location of the
Craiul Trunk Pacific railway through
the city will be d scussed as well as
matters concerning the tracks of the
,Fort William Ttrmiual Railway &
Bridge Co.
High Prices for Antiques.
_________________ ��_,r. ii i us 1    London,  July 13.���Two silver got>
ANIMATED PICTURES AND it-1-"    j, t   seven inclies hifrUt 0f tlie dat. of
TRATED   SONGS    OF   THE    VBUT |��",���__ ..         ....    ���_..--_
HIGHEST CLASS.
1619,weru  sold  at Christie's  Wednesday and brought $5900, equivalent to
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ $560 an ounce.     A silver inkstand of
PROGRAM     CHANGED      MONDAY, ^ 1615> gomewhat    mutilated,
WEDNESDAY   AND  FRIDAY.    SPE-  bHJUght   |3900)   or   about    $170   per
CIAL    MATINEE   EACHI   DAY   2.30.
EVENING  PERFORMANCE J .30
Admission-Children   5c,  adults   10c
Brandon Usury Case.
randon, July 13.���I. A.  Robinson,
private banker, who pleaded guilty to
__ a charge of usury   on Monday In a
____________________ .   .h. nubile �����*! ^h����� ��l wa8 a,,e��ed 87.P*1C?Jr
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the puoiw ,nterest WW) charged, was  lined $15
throuah the column, of THE DAILY and C0Bt9 tb,8 ffi0rnlng by Magistrate
NEWS.   The Morning PsP��f- Jam��8-
J. M. COMPTON, Manager p
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountanta
(Successor to C. Hamber)
  AND    STOREKEEPERS'     BOOKS     OF     ACCOUNTS     A
SPECIALTY.      AGENTS    FOR    THE
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, Hambly  Block.
P. O. Box 795.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. daily, except  Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at 7
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
nne 25 and duly 9,
Princess May leaves Vancouver
line IS and July 2.
Great   Northern   Railway.
in.
Mil.
TIME TABLE.
S.S. Kerland
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
Lv. N.W. 8:60 a.m
p.m.
l.v.   N.   W.   11
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:3_
p.m,
Lv, N. W. 12:10 a.m.;
nni.
l.v. Seattle 8:.B a.m.;
p.m.
Lv. Seattl,. 4:35 p.m.;
p.m,
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m
p.m.
ar
Leave Langley at 8U0 a.m.; arrive
at Port Haney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
McAdam Landing at 8:30 a.m.; arrive at Hammond at 8:40 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.-
m.; arrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; ar
rive at McAdams Landing at 615 p.m.;
arrive at Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving B. & K. Wharf, dally ex
cept Saturday.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER RIVER.
3.S. Beaver.
From   New   Westminster
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.ra.
Seattle  3:35
Seattle 3:55
ar. Seattle 9:4-
ar. Seattle 7:15
ar.  N. W. 2-.v-
N. W. 9:30
ar. N.W. 6:20
ar. N.W. 6:25
ar.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Ageht, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leavea Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leavea
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 am.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 P.m. ofl
Tuesday, -6:30 a.m. on    Friday, and
Monday,-g.30 am, Saturday.     Arrives at Port
Gulchon . p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon 6 a.m. each weelc
dav;   arrives  8:50 a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except Sunday;  ar.   .ulchon at 7 pm.
THE HOME PAPER
Is the Paper That Prints All
the    Home    News.
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TEE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   JULY   1,
1909,
The  Daily News
Published by The Dally News Pul lis ���
ln_  Compan;. Limiti d, at thi lr offlc s
The Dai'.)  News Block, corner of Mc-
l-V nzl    and Vici     a streets.
in.vi and ib   Conservative bloc anenl
ba    ��� ml" I  ai a con pro uise by
�� Iiii b  the i  quirt d $126,000,000 is said, bin the death duties ban   been
ellminat. d,  other  taxes   b. Ing   found.
Ii   is  stated  that   everything   will   be
iged by the end of -th,. wei
���GET   THE   HABIT"
Baseball Bats
SPECIAL   TODAY
E.
A.
Manaylnn
Director
<_un o'n '^.'Jla'u|l>
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WEDNESDAY,
JULY   14,
1909.
EMPRESS EUGENIE      *   !
WILL NOT WHITE LIFE
t Insurance
KACH
MORE   TORY   MISCHIEF.
Exiled Ruier of France Denies Authorship  of  Recently   Published
Memoirs.
The  Fair
I   represent  the   Employers' Liability   Assurance  Corpora.ion
th
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should carry.      For a sinal; premium   I  can  assure  you  a
of   London,   England,   a   company     wrl
so   many     accidents
I   represent   tne   tmpioyers   Liability   Assurance   "��'K��'"'-	
th.  most  up-to-dat-  polioy  offered to the public today.     Tbe fact that     ��h.reare     so   many     accl
occurring   right   in   our  midst should make you ask the  question, Why   have   I   not   an   accident  poh
It costs you    nothing  to  ask    me   about my   rales.      Accident    insurance    Is   something    evary   man
should carry.      For a small nremium   I  can  assure  you  a  good  weekly benefit in cas. of accident.
A New Westminster newspaper���
there are bul two; and it was not the
News���launched forth, in an editorial
article, on Monday, a furious diatribe]    Paris, duly 13.���M, Pletrl, chief
againsl the Dominion Government, i'n,' re.ary  of  'lv   Empress   Eugenie,  bas
the  relaxation of  the  Chinese   imml- written to Hi, Fgaro regarding certain
i      ,    ���    , ,��� a so-called  memoirs of  Eugeuie, saying
gratlon law.     rhe onslaught Is based tha)   ^   ^.^    lanuemera'ble ; ,,..
upon  'he mischievous canard printed -uestg tor ,,u, publication and trans-
in Saturday's Vancouver Province, to latlon of her work.
which  we were able to uiv,, a plain, In order to put an end to all such
categorical  denial    in    our Monday's requests the Empress wishes II to be
Known    that   she   never   has   written
mornings    issue.      .his, ol    coursi .,,,,   never   wll)   wrlte   memolrs,  and
the Columbian conveniently slurs ovei thai any publication of Uiis kind must
and  proceeds to decide  thai  the cir- be apocryphal.
cumstantlal  story ol    the  Vancouver
paper musi be'true.     This, because 1' ESCAPES HEAVY  FINE BY
sui!.-.   the   purpose  of   the  Tory   sl;    I MISREADING  DECLARATION
,��� a��� regard It.     The whole story is. ^^   y<jrk   ,,^7^, __.,-���,.   ���u���aK���
however,  bul  another Terminal  i ity of Mrg  x   A  Qlatidlng| a prominent
bubble,   beautiful     and     wonderful   to Indianapolis   woman   and   Wife  Of   the
gaze upon, bui not t0 be touched.    It vlc^-presldent   of   the   !���-���   C,   Atkins
it- a piece of Hi,, old-time Tory strat
ogy on a par with buch not-to-be-for
gotten  tilings   of
w,
646 Columbia Street.
buy for cash and sell for the same
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE  169.
The best turn we can do for you. Sir, is to tell you of our
Great Clearance  Sale.
The best thing you can do for yourself is to look Over your
wardrobe���make out a memorandum of everything you can use,
and  come  here at once and stock up all  around.
WE'LL SAVE YOU DOLLARS 1 J. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
To those who "know" about these clearance sales of ours, this
advertisement will bring good news���news refreshing to the pock-
etbook.      These  sales ar. always  a  money  saving   proposition.
Saw   company,  in    reading "abroad"
as   "aboard''   lias   released   her   from
the penalty of paying a heavy fine for
evil  as the  Gotoh |failure   to  declare   more   than   .1,.0_
affair,     the    Colonist    telegram,    the) worth of gowns purchased in Paris.
Miner telegram of the Columbian, and !    Aft*r  leaving   Queenstown,  on   tho
- .. _ ,        .in     ......   t_ 'steamship  Cedrlc,  Mrs.  Gladding was
a few other affairs of a like kind. In glve_ a bl..)lk [()1'n 011'whk.h toBmake
plain  words  this circumstantial  story [out ll6l. declaration of dutiable goods.
of the Province,  which, according to She read the words "purchased abroad*.
Taylor,   must   be   true   because   it   is |as   "purchased   aboard,"   and   as   she
:  .   , .,  r    ... ���,        ���,,       ,had  purchased  nothing on  board  the
printed,   was    manufactured     with   a  ,,,.,       ,      ,;, .    .    ,        ,,      ���    ,
* chip,   she  did   not  declare  the   Paris
view to producing the impression that  finery. When the Cedric reached Xew
the  Federal    Government    bad  given   York he*- "junks were seized and sent
way  to  pressure of Chinese interests  to   the   appraiser's   stores.     Collector
,  ,    , , .      , .  ,    ll.oeb   has   accepted   her   explanation
and had  made changes in the act by 1 '
$16.00
Uvo-plece suits,
$12.00
$2.60 straw hats at ..
. .$1.75
$15.00
two-piece suits
$11.25
$1,50 straw hats at - ���
. .$1.00
$13.00
two-piece  suits
$ 8.75
$1.00  straw  hats  at
...65c
$12.50
two-pieoe suits
$ 8.50
75c straw ha's at  ...
...50c
PANAMAS
$10 Genuine Panama Hats for
$ 6 Genuine Panama Hats for
$7.50
4.50
Men's White and Colored Hard-Front Shirts, all
sizes, $1.25 and $1.50 values, to clear, each. .75c
and she has paid the duty and escaped the heavy fine.
means of a secret order in council.
Of course any reasonable person
will at once see that the whole thing
is as ridiculous as it is Impossible.
In the first place an order in council
must  be  duly  and   properly   promul-     Sew   York.   Ju'y   13.���After  giving
,   ,   ,...     ..    ������      ,���.     ..���__,    the matter their consideration for the
gated   before it can  come  into loree,:.    .    ..  ',.       ,,       ,.      . ,
6 last   threo   months,   the   directors   of
and it is preposterous for any one to the Cunard Line have decided to make
CUNARD  LINER TO
CALL AT FISHGUARD
tlie experiment of having their mail
and passenger steamships call at Flsh.
guard, on the coast of Pembrokeshire,
South Wales, to save time on the outward  and homeward voyages.
Another G. T. P.
Sarnia. Ont., July 13.-
Tunnel.
���It is believed
rubbishy story, and fe  {������  surveying  that  has  been
1 going on lately, that the G. T- P. are
suggest that the Government would
attempt to put any such order in
force in th_, unconstitutional way suggested by the wonderful Vancouver
article. No intelligent person would
credit such a proposition for a mo-
meut. Still it pleases the Columbian
to  believe    this
having a sore head over the paucity (contenflilattag^
of material  for attack just now, andlnect  with  Port  Huron.    The present
ludng   a  H'tle    bilious,  as  usuai,   be- ��no is  too small,
Bides,   its   editor   has   spread   himself
out   to enlarge upon lhe enormity revealed in this latest Tory political romance.
But  the people of British Columbia
niv  sane  enough to  know  that when
the Laurier Government decides upon |
a policy it will carry it. out honestly, I
and   if  it   should   be  necessary,   from
any    change    of   circumstances,    to
amend such policy at any time, it will
���do this in a straightforward and con- i
stltutlonai  manner and not stoop to
such     surreptitious    methods  as  our
Conservative   contemporaries are  try-
lng   to   induce   the   public   to   believe, j
Such   base    subterfuge    would,   how- [
���ever,  be in  the real  Tory style,  and
Sjhelr   deflire   k>   bedaub   the   Liberal
Government with the same dirty stain
is, as we too well know, characteristic of their methods.
I
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100   BOYS'   3-PIECE   SUITS
REDUCED 25   PER  CENT.
$7.50 Suits at $5.60
$6.00 Suits at $4.50
$5.00 Suits at   $3.75
ENTIRE   STOCK   OF   CANVAS   HATS   HALF   PRICE.
$1.00 Hats at 50c
75c Hats at 40c
60c  Hats at 30c
Consider these sample offers    and test
whether  our  offerings  match our ads.
Us   by     ascertaining
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range Bhould   get one  that will  give  per.
faction In cooking and baking, Is economical In 'he use of find
to work over In the hots weather, an I also easy  to operate  and  kei
If you  wish  to in- satisfied in  thi eel    you    will    buy
range  atfer  you   bave   In pected   ''    The prices also of these
much lower   than   those  "i   other    makeB,     Call    in    and    insp
slock.
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I   Lime Juice
4
4
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
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MUTTON, VEAl, PORK (   i
Vsoe
Fresh  Pork   Sausages dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
REID & CO.
PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
ADVERTISING BRITISH COLUMBIA
8
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NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
Barefoot
Joy
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY . ANDERSON
Columbia St.
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| Summer   Reading!
X    All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipment   j
I    of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novels   1
New   Copyright   Fiction $1.25 and $1.50
Popular   Copyrights,   Cloth-bound     75
Popular  Copyrights,   Paper-bound 35c
English  6d.   Novels 20c, 3 for 50c
Seaside   Library 15c, 2 for 25c
The opening of what may be termed
British Columbia's new publicity
campaign by a reception at the London residence of Governor-General
Earl Grey, should prove an auspicious
befinning for this latest movement
to interest Britishers ln the advantages and attractions of our beautiful
province. This advertising campaign takes the form of a series of
cinematograph pictures, which wlll be
exhibited throughout the principal
towns and cities of GreaL Britain.
The difficulty Is of course to secure
Just the right kind ot Immigrant and \
then to get him or her over here.
England does not want to part with I
her artisans, her agricultural labor-
��rs, or her accomplished domestics.
But neither do we want the loafers
and ne'er do wells which she would
gladly spare. Still there are a goodly number oi the right class in the
moih.r country just now who would,
perhaps, .be glad to avail themselves
of the promising opportunities which
British Columbia affords. Yet it is ,
quite likely that the long continued !
slackness ln trade there will have left \
them in such straitened circumstances that it ./111 be difficult fdr 'them to
ralBe the means for crossing the
ocean. The Premier of New Zealand has, we believe, formulat-d a
scheme for advancing vhe necessary
sum for expenses to suitable emigrants for that colony, and it might
be well for our authorities to do
something similar.
German   Financial   Troubles.
Berlin, July ll!���According tu some
clerical and Conservative newspapers,
the  long   tussle  between  the  govern-
There is nothing a child will en _ _
joy more, during the summer K
w season, than a pair of our Bare- 8.
S2 foot Sandals. Cool and easy on the feet, and lined K
jjj with soft porous leather. Barefoot Sandals for chil- ��
M dren grow more popular every summer. We are g
M showing several of the best styles in most all sizes. $
8
<QP CHILDREN'S (sizes 3 to 7 1-2), pair $1.00
Jj GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 101-2), pair    1.25
IQ MISSES' (sizes 11 to 2), pair    1.50
H BOYS'(sizes 3 to 5), pair    1.75
Jj MENS' (sizes 6 to 10), pair   2.00
*3 These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut S,
;0 shoes for children, and will last all summer.   Secure jsf
S a pair today while they last.
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Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealer-
Successor* to J. J. MACKAY A, CO.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST  ARRIVED.
For Wheat, Barley, Oats, Chops,  Chicken  Feed,  Bran,  Shorts,  Hay
etc., ask us.      We wlll tee th. t  you   get  It   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
186 COLUMBIA STREET.        p. O. Draw*.  100.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
THE LARGEST 8HOE HOUSE IN B. C.
New Westminster, B. C
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^__W^\   ^r Successor to
L. HAWEIS
Royal Studio
NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C. WEDNESDAV, JULY  14,  1909
THE   DAILY  NE
THE
Cash Store
PAGE _ 1VK.
T. H. Smith
ITU
Cash Store
STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M..  EXCEPT  SATURDAY.
JULY SALE OF
THE CAMPING AND FISHING SEASON WILL BE IN FULL SWING ALMOST IMMEDIATELY,
AND MANY WILL BE GETTING THEIR SUPPLIES TOGETHER THIS WEEK, AND IF IT IS BLANKETS YOU NEED. PAY A VISIT TO THIS STORE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG BLANKET SPECIAL. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON BLANKETS RIGHT NOW, HAVING MADE AN
EXTRA LARGE PURCHASE OF ONE LINE���75 PAIRS IN ALL���AND WE EXPECT THEM TO GO
OUT WITH A RUSH. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE. BUT GET BUSY AT ONCE. OR
,Y0U   MAY   BE   DISAPPOINTED.       SPECIAL  JULY   SALE   PRICE.  PER  PAIR,
$2.50
WASH  WAISTS,
50c  EACH.
Iti white and    colors,  broken  lines,
and slightly soiled wash waists-, val-
-. i $1.25, for, each 50c
Ati opportune time to secure a nice,
Bathing    Suit,    dark    colors.
trimmed with   white,    alpaca  collar,
and soutache   braid,    all sizes  from
$3 50.
$1.25 CHILDREN'S
WASH BONNETS, 35c.
A very low price!      But we Intend
every    on. of    these fancy
"line's, shirring  and  embrold-
viied, In numerous styles, and
all sizes. Regular values to $1 ���-���'���
for 35c
ART DEPARTMENT
See Hie selection of Cushion Covers
and Cushion Tops, a new stock of
these just to hand in 1'nen, canvas,
etc, Floral or Oriental designs in all
colorings 35c to 75c
Cushion Cords to match all covers
a��<l tops 35e, 60c  and $1.00
NEW EMBROIDERED COLLARS,
25c EACH.
Fresh arrivals ln our fancy department. Ladles' d-ep turn down embroidered collars In all sizes, a choice
assortment at 25c
BATHING  SUIT  LUSTRES
In dark stripes and plain colors, 36
*o 42 Inches wide, 25c, 35c, 40c and
50c per yard.
75c SILK  FOR 25c.
Only ten colors left of this extra
special offer, we want to clear the lot
if iiossible. The quantity sold last
week speaks well for the value of this
snap.     Regular 75c, for, per yard, 25c
$1.50 ROMPERS,
FOR 75c
A choice assortment of children's
rompers and beach suits, various colorings, braid trimmed, sizes from one
to ten years. Regular values to $1.60
for 75c
LADIES'  VESTS,
2   FOR   25c.
Special offer of undervests. white.
ribbed or plain; a regular 20c line, 250
of these to go at 2 for 25c
SPECIAL IN
LADIES'  SAILORS
Unusual offer of straw sailors In
black and white, all our stock of these
goods worth from 75c to $125 to be
Bold at one price, a bargain price, too.
Vour choice, each 50c
Cushion Tops, souvenirs of New
Westminster, In a splendid variety of
designs and colors, from 75c
A wide range of Tapestry Cushion
Tops, full sizes, serviceable colors,
and neat patterns, from 65c
T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Still the leaders in the House Furnishing business.    Look in and see and be convinced.
W.   E.   FALES,
The Leading Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer   and   Undertaker
612-618 Agnes Street.
��� _ th ��� gard m al Tidy's
I  l. ������
in   -vis fined   .2-  and
i     hi'-  pos-
���   .  '     pol'ce i ni :t   s es-
'��� r I ��� . .      v        ...- k day
'���v ' rd ...   .i   I p.m :.i iner,
^ ' ��� .unl and  waj   points.
": :-        ' - p.m.;  return day.
s- - rtisem. m in this issue        ���*
ll I. Mitchell, i'i i sum. time with
T .' Ir & I lo., leav. s this morning
tor I' uc Rupert, where he wil] pro i
abl ... in buslne
i ��� cla     - ,i   lion. rs and
bin i       irk, tele honi   Dav le
Green louse, R20S **
Gi i lui v..   pro-i nc a]   constable
of 1. in. '   Ua    bi . viii  down A.
G-'i. i Japanese, u ihe provlnci il
Jail stand trial on a cliargi of
st    a fi llovi  i ounl rj men.
���i irrived, a carload of Kobln
II". '' < ��� ir. Full assortm nt of s.z-s
24, lii, i. now ia Btock. Hale Bros.
_ C   . Ltd. ,
Thi .��� will be a meeting of Vi ��� m Ik
shippei ui the lower mainland In the
board ol  trad.,  room  this  morning, in   . .    r> r-i -n
connection with prices. and transpor- Luncli Kooms, Ice Cream Parlors, Soda Fountain Candy
tatlon matters. ... . .,    ���
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A   SNAP   FOR   THE    RIGHT   PARTY
The   Old-Established   Business   of
THE STAR CANDY STORE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Kitchen and every utensil for   manufacturing  sweets,
To Be Sold at Once.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COFFEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS,.��!?iS!Ii!l^
TELEPHONE  97.
COLUMBIA 8TREET.
A    modern    _even,room    resldenc.
with  every    convenience, two   Murks
trom   the  p��st offlc-.      Price    $2600
cash.      The best  buy offering   todaj
White, Shiles A. Co., ciiy. *-
The action or the shawnigan Lake Apply to MRS. AYLING, Star Candy Store, Columbia St.
Lumber   Company     versus     Freeman
Sv-ves   of   Steveston,   has   been   post-   ______________________-_������__.__������-_���_���________________________________
poned owing   to    the absence of    a |"  :	
judge. The case had been set for
yesterday  in  the county court.
The SS Transfer leaves Brackman-
Ker  wharf    every'    day    for  Ladner,
Steveston and way points.      See new
| schedule. ���*
The notices   for   the   payment of
' civic   tax,--    call     for   settlement   by
'july Is. and the benefit of the rebate
extends in its full amount to August
il&, which time it is expected to collect over $8,5000.
That light, delicious, wnolesome
bread you so much enjoyed at your
iriend'a house was made with Kobln
Hood  Flour. **
Mayor Keary is engaged on a tour
,of the Okanagan, and other fruit districts In the interior, which contribute
j largely lo the provincial exhibition, in
the interests of the R-, A. and I. So-
Jclety. He expecis to get back about
.Thursday.
Todd's great clearance sals of
(pianos will shortly close. Jump in
|now and secure a bargain. **
| RvJ. Maclean, president of the,Wilmington   (Delaware)   board   of   trade,
I will be visiting on the coast in August, and will stay a few days in this
���city.      He writes to the secretary o!
jthe board of trade for information
about the New  Westminster district.
| Shoe repairing done neatly and
quickly at A. Maiheson.'s 666 Columbia street, by J. Ashman. **
At the meeting of the board of
trade nomorrow evening the board
will be called upon to discuss the
question of fees, the previous meet
ing having proposed to lower them
with a view to increasing the membership. Several other matters of im-
_>ortanc<e will arise.
[ Two hundred dollars down, will secure a modern five-room house within
one block of Twelfth street. Balance in monthly or quarterly payments,    whichever    suits    you    best.
|��Price $2100. White, Shiles & Co.,
i Columbia street, city.
Major .lames Shepherd, a well-
11 known authority on Toad making, will
'be on the coast for a month In uhe
fall at the o-ngagenient of the provincial department of agriculture, to
give lectures on roadmaking. Live
| Stock Commissioner Hodson writes
|! to the city council offering Major
;Shepherd* services.
if    you    are    troubled with    headaches or other eye    defects call    on
Dr.   Hatherlv,   he  makes  a   specialty
of fitting difficult cases with glasses,
being  an  optician.      Ho  also  has  a
���diploma for Doctor of Ophthalmology,
having taken a three years' course at
a   college   of   ophthalmology, soma
I years   ago,   and   ls   well   able   to   tell
[you if medicine or glasses nre needed
i when you consult him.     Optical par-
Tors established here June, 1302. Take
not  of address, 3S  Sixth street, Murchle block, New Westminster. ������
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue. *
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
I.cver Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if  you mention  this paper.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  PIPE.
Tenders wlll bo received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at S:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, with an Inside
diameter of 24 inches, and about
16,000 feet of steel pipe with an Inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be eeen at the
City Clerk's office, City Hall, or at
the office of Messrs. Hermon & Bur-
well, Vancouver, B- C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, of the contract price
musl be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
July 10, 1909.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock insurance hat fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of Insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer In ihe past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter it an
instance:
New Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. Wr. McLeod. Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C,
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 In
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J, A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some  valuable  stock,   enquire  for  particular!.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 61-
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  JULY
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
WHOLE FAMILY DROWNS
WHILE OUT BATHING
LIMITED.
Father.   Mother    and    Three   Childr.n
Lose   Lives  in   Waters  of  Colorado  Lake,
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B.i|C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and  V.  V.   and   E.   Cloverdale to   Sumas  Railway.
.V'W^:
Mail Service
���-',: BWi
���-���    yah
Following are the Hours of despatcn
an 1 arrival of malls at the Xew Westminster ll(,st office, iiie hour given in
each case being the Hour pi closing,
! which is half an  hour, as a rule, bt.
Sealed tenders addressed to tbe un-: fore tbe actual  despatch.    AU mails,
dersigned and endorsed "Tender-; for unless otherwise stated, are despar.cn-
Post  Offlce and  Custom, Fitting, at ed and received dailv except Bund.y.
Ladysmith.   li.   C.   Public    Building,"  The   on'.v   mails   dispatched   and   re
will   be  received  until    4:_u  p.m.  on   reived Sunday are the G. N, R. South
and C. P. K. east mails, not including
Monday. June 21, 1909, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and In accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'bv Department.
Plans aud specifications may be
seen on application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building, Lad.
the   way   mails.     Sapperton,
Mills and Coquitlam.
smith,  B.  C,  and at  the Department  q   \   r  owl
of Public Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  May 27, 1909,
Mails Despatched.
0:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'ciock
the   previous  night)���Vancouver
DEMANDS WHITE LABUK
FOR WOHK IN TKANSVAAL
Influential  African  Paper  Starts  Campaign For Employment of Caucasians By Government.
Denver, Colu.. duly 13.���A tragic
ending to a familj fishing party cami
when a father, mother and three chli-
dr. ii named Full, r wei'i drov. u d in
the Cache La Poudre Reservoir, north
of this city, With the exception ol
one child each give a life for theother.
.ui were seated on the bank of the
reservoir. In ber eagerness to grasp
u fisb which she had hooked, uiii.s.
aged twelve, overbalanced and 1.11 in.
As she rose to the surface her elder
sister tried to catch ber, but sh.., too,
fel] int.   the water.
lioii_ were struggling together when
the mother ran for her husband, who
was fishing some distance away, it
the meantime the son, ag. .1 ten dived
bul li, was caught by one of the girts
ami both wi nt to ihe bottom,
Mrs. Fuller, on seeing son and
daughter go beneath the water, while
the other daughter was struggling
desperately tn keep from sinking
plunged into the water to save her
children.    Her effort was futile.
The father by this time had reach,
ed the scene and leaped lo the res-
cue of wife and child. Who were Still
above water, bul the struggles of ibe
wife made it Impossll le for him to
do anything, and the two went down
together, followed by the daughter,
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
It the best value, because it Is pure, nutritious and very eco
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
_h_esbse___
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FraSer      Johannesburg,    July   13.���The    announcement   by  tbe   Transvaal treasurer   that     nearly    ��1,300,000    from
the   government   surpluses    will    be
spent on public works has caused satisfaction     Thai the current  financial
year  will  b_ one  of  unusual  activity
via and prosperity is regarded as certain.
j    Tlie Band  Mail urges    that   public
.  a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via  works  be  carried  out  with   white   la-
ESQUIMAU WILL LEAD
SEARCH FOR POLE
teJUfrv -intndiPfr-������
Easter-brook  Milling  Compan
Lburne,   1). Li.
FLOUR!       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL    $7-25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $-'���50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co. __��S AXIJ BS MK|":  -
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FRONT   STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephon. 333
��.��*';:vi' ��� >���:.?a-vv.
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboisiord and district, Clayburn and district, Hunting-
bor so that all the unemployed maybe absorbed. It declares thai it is
imperative the Tninsvmil should enter the union pledged to a white labor
policy and a campaign  for attracting
Youth   Who   Was   Brought   From   Far
North  Return io  His  Home Again
���Hopes to  Beat Peary.
uvenirs
OF  THE  CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER    AND
JEWELRY   NOVELTIES.   SUMMER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
don and district, and Matsqui are des- white immigration,
patched by way of Vancouver. |    There is a general  feeling in favor
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, in-'of such a policy, because, despite the
eluding all U. S. points east and soutn; | business revival, there is still a great
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz- lamount of distress on the Rand, which
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays,  and .can only  be relieved by the provision
Saturdays.
of a great  deal of work  by  the  gov-
All Surrey mails are received from 1 eni ment.
Cloverdale, except Hall's  Prairie,  Ha-      There appears to be no prospect of
zelun-re and Fernrldge, which arrive on  a  new   electric   railway   from  Johan-
the   Port Guichon   train on  Tuesdays inesburg  to   Pretoria,   but   there   Is   a
Thursday,  and   Saturdays. strong public demand for the improve
11:00 "a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and lment of the Present line and the mak-
Centrai Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-ilnS o��  the  service speedier.
way. '
New York, July 13.���Mviie Wallace.
the homesick Eskimo lad, sailed today
for North Greenland to rejoin his own
people. He issued a "farewell statement" today in which he declared
that on reaching his destination he
Will organize an expedition of natives
fid sail with them In search of the
North Pole. He believes he can succeed where white men have failed. He
carried with him today a set of scientific instruments, the gift of friends
llere, which he hopes to use in bis
expedition,
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell   Hotel.
II. S. Bull, Vancouver.
\v. F, Thomas, Chilliwack.
H, Huston, Port Douglas,
J. S. Viiuiiian, Mission City.
Alex. Johnston, Abbotsford.
li. K. Felser, Vancouver,
Harold Wright, Vancouver,
Jno. S. Snapp, Seattle,
It.  Thompson  Linn,   Vancouver.
G. B. Campbell, Vancouver.
II.   Bell,  Seattle.
S. M. Johnson, Vancouver,
B. C. Lowry, Vancouver.
Mrs.  S.   McCleery,  Point  Grey.
11. ll. Simpson, Portland, Ore.
J. Ernest Jones, Vancouver,
.1. il. Hudson, Vancouver,
12:HO p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tlm-
lierland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
SUFFRAGETTE BURLESQUE
MAKES A HIT IN LONDON
MORAL REFORM WAVE
HITS MOOSE JAW, TOO
London,  July  13.���The private production  yesterday of  Bernard Shaw's
2:00 p.m. (Summer mohtns close at j prohibited playlet, "Press Cuttings,"
2:_0 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port (seems to have done more toward altOP
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun- jishing the censorship of the licensed
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward, |drama than anything that could have
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via j happened. The morning papers say
"J, C. Bruce." (Steveston mail des- they cannot understand why the cen-
patched and received via Vancouver.! Isorshlp put a ban upon "such an lnof-
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver    and    Piper  tensive sketch."
Siding, via G. N. R. north. The play is clever and amusing, one
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, N'icomekl, and ate being a burlesque of current politi*
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday, leal topics, especially the suffragette
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-!agitation. One of the most humorous
bead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac- situations is where a suffragette, who
cord, Tuesday anil Friday. has   been   arrested   and   taken   before
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby the war minister, doffs the guise of
lake via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat- | woman's clothes and reveals himself
urday an extra mail is despatched to ias Premier Balsuitqh, and admits that
Victoria  via Vancouver at this  hour,  this   disguise  ls   the  only   means  of
Blaine and Seattle, including all U. |passing through the streets in safety
S. points east and south, via G. N. K. ,fr��m the suffragettes.
"Flyer." 	
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R��� east, Fra-  MONEY   IS  DISCOVERED
ser  Mills.      This  mail takes  the  foi-     ��� |N   MANY  ODD CORNERS
Branches   throughout   Canada   and  lowing    local    places:      Barnet    and 	
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Ham- J Sperry la.. July 13.���The admihlstra-
mond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilli-1 tors of the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth
wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz, Farrier, of this place, have solved the
of  tier
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000,00 1
RESERVE       11,000,000.00 i
Moose Jaw 12.���A meeting called
to consider the question of forming
a local branch of the social and moral
reform association of Saskatchewan
w-as held at the Baptist church last
evening. C. B. Keenleside the provincial secretary addressed the meeting
setting out the objects and work ol
the mo.ement. After discussion It
jwas unanimously decided thai a local
'society be organized in Moose Jaw
and that a meeting be culled for
Wednesday evening, July 11. for the
purpose of electing officers The following were deputed to act as a nominating committee: Rev. E. J. Cheg-
'wln, Williamson Clark, H. Davidson,
Pickett, J. L. McKenzie, and Arnold
Maybery.
Windsor Hotel.
Mi-. James Kemp, Blaine,
It. Jefferles, Vancouver.
J.  Wilson,  Vancouver.
S.  S. Rogers, Vancouver.
('. M. Parke an,] wife. Vancouver,
B.  J. Brandrith, Ladner.
J. Mc.N'icol,  Vancouver.
W-  Sanderson,  Iroiidale.
Frank Mum-o, Huntingdon,
Claud L, siiiiiingioi'ii, Hammond,
W. A. Sh.pard and son, Edmonton.
J.  L. Johnston, Edmonton,
W.  Sutherland,  Nanaimo.
J. it. Topltam. Vancouver,
Call Cretians to Arms.
Athens, July 1;;.���The provisional
government of Crete has called under
.arms .00 of the militia reserve and
;300 men formerly in the militia. The
j force Is inti'iiiK-d to reinforce the looa]
(police, thus guaranteeing order after
Ithe departure Of tli- European contingents of the protecting powers, it
has .been decided that on th,. day or
evacuation four cruisers shal] Ih- present. Thesv. vessels win be replaced
later by smaller ships.
CANADIAN P,.(l|
PBX, Coast .S,._ili5J
FROM VANCOUVER.
To  Seattle���Daily  at  1
and in a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 a.__. n,_|
1 p.m.
To  Alaska���Every   Baturday ir XI
p.m.
To Prince  Rupert���Ever;. Saariq
at  11  p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island -
and  16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comoj -'-.���
day and Thursday at 2 p.m.; S; tm
at S p.m.
To  Nanaimo���Daily  at 2  p m,
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Fraser river  to   1      n
and    way    ]ioint3���Steamer     litgM
leaves Westminster at S n.i      . M��|
day,  Wednesday  and  Friday; rs:a
lug  leaves    Chilliwack ai  1 and
Tuesday,  Thursday   nnd  Baturdal
For  further  particular- call (
dress
ED. GOULET.  '.    nt,
New Wes'unnsier.
or
C.  B.   Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. A   nt,
Vancouver a ii
EDMONTON   MAN   DRANK
LINIMENT  IN  MISTAKE
Newfoundland,  and  iu   London,   Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
U. S. A., and Mexico City.    A general .Lytton, Lillooet, Spences; Bridge, Nle-  mystery  of  the'disappearance
banking   business   transacted.     Letvola and  district,  and all  points east [money by taking up the carpet In the
parlor, finding the floor under it fairly papered with bank notes, amounting  to   nearly  $1,000,
Other sums were revealed about the
;house, in an old organ, in the walls
and oilier out-of-the-way places. In
fact, the hous,. was stuff ed with cash,
and Hie administrators are still searching and finding money. It, appears
that Mrs. Farri.r did not believe In
banks, and secreted her money about
the house, where sh.. could watch lv-
DIAMOND  MERCHANT  FINDS
GEMS  AFTER   AN  ACCIDENT
New Viu1 duly 13.���After be bad
been revived in a hospital, Samuel
Lowry, a diamond merchant, wbo fell
from a New Vork Centra] train wh..i
it was going through tiv Harlem sui
ters of Credit Issued, available
correspondents In all parts of
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposit?
received in sums of Jl and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
r.'it-.'   A-sets  over $188,000,000.00.
iWE.     WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
_. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers _ Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.            Phone 105.
_jltl  except Kootenays.
the | Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via Q. N. K.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Hallway,
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry llm,
by 1 "uiier (Tuesday .m.i Friday),
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via (',. N. It.
10:00  tn  11:00  a m, -Ladner,   Pori
Guicl ' n.   WVkVi. iiii   l.vin |   and   Cl u<':;
day. Thuri lay  an I Sai .   \\ ood
ward, \ ia Bt. -lun 1 .1. C, Bruce, (Stevei
um despatched and received via Van.
wiii' r 1
8: i" a.m.���C, P. It. east (first train)
Bapperton, Fraser Mills and Coqult
lam.
Edmonton, July 13.���As the result of
a mistake of drinking liniment in
place of cough medicine last night, C.
Bossenes, aged 52, a farmer who lives
about five and a half miles west of
Strathcona. now lies al the point ol
death. That the accident did noi
have an Immediately fata] result is
largely due to the assistance given by
Dr. j. c. Wainwrlght, who happened
to be passing and was called In, nnd
the energetic work of Dr. Hotson, who
was later Summoned and put up a
hard and it is hoped successful
fight, for the man's life.
Port Arthur Dry Dock.
Port, Arthur. Ont., July 13���Tb . dry
dock and ship building engineers are
today testing the proposed site for
hard bottom, The promoters say the
dry dork is a certainly If the Bite is
1 tvornl V and iii,. by-law Is pai sed by
P. O. Box 474.
Tel. 53.
Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i.oute
for CONRAD, CARCKOY -VTU-I
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON ;iilF_J
BANKS. Dally trains (ev ���;: *�����-���. i
carrying passengers, mad. . v .s-|
freight connect with s::i ��� - at Ol
cross and White Horse, malnta-p
a thorough winter service.
For Information apply to
J. ft. ROGERS, Traffic M mater.
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1:00 11.111.���Vancouver, Central  ParK   ""n  at. thirty  miles an  hour,  fell   lis;
an I  I "tas-r Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and    Beattle, m-
eluding ab r. s. points.
pockets hysterically and asked if his
diamond.-: bad heen found. Doctors
drew from liis pockets several packages containing $13,000 worth of diamonds,   hut   Dowrv  said   there    were
Fish
Fis
}:40   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and   more, that he had two large stones in
[closed  mail from  Sumas, and  Seattle, a small pocket of his coat.    While he |
I including  II.   S.   A.   matter,  and   also : was   describing   them,   the   police   ur-
Frase>- Mills.
rived nt the hospital with the missing |
gems,      A  passenger bad found them.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from |12./.
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Silver Watches, gents' open faci
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
�� atches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
7i_>-  doors  from   Ceo. Adams,  Groct-r I
Bitten to Death by Fleas.
Greenfield,   Ind..  July   1.1.���Burleigh
Hill died here today from the bit,, of
chigoes, or jiggers,' a  variety of flea
found in the woods hereabouts,
With his wife. Hill spent Sunday in
ja   grove,   and   yesterday   suffered   all
jday,   the   pain   becoming   unbearable
You wlil find it to your advantage-toward evening.   Drugs wr-n- admlnls-
to arrange your booking at this offlce. jtered to him, but without avail   ag he
whether you intend  to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing Prom Quebec.
Empress of Ireland    July 30
Empress of Britain  August 13
went into con vu Is ions and died.
Bank Clerk Dismissed.
Saskatoon, Sask., July 13.���This afternoon  in   the  city police  court the
charge against  R. C.  Dane, of unlawfully   wounding    Walter     Sherwood,
For other dates and particulars ap-  bank clerk, some weeks ago, was dimply to 1 missed.     The   wounded   man   has  en-
E   GOUIFT             itlrely  recovered   and   today   went  on
'   p     JJ  ' the stand and completely exonerated
C. I. It. Agent.       i_ane, who was accordingly dismissed.
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURNS   & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101-
C. E. TRAVES, Local  Manager.
m^j.mm,.  ^--,a LnESDAY. JULY  14,  1909.
THE  DAILY   _.]-.W S.
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| BRITAIN DLHAKDS THAT
trie Railway Service i   mm atrocities cease
Interurban Line.
1
way
half
a  every
.   a. in-
,i 11 p. in.
\ mcouver ai
,,.   depol   every
for  noih  Sap-
limits ovi-r the
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, an. forty minutes
afl ... r.vi.-ii' aclng at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton    Lme:    Cms   leave
at ten  minutes alter the  ..
half pa-; and fifty minutes after
tbe hour, commencing al  6:
a, in.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8: HO a. m. and 11. p. m.
���o    Belgian   Gov
)   E j and   is   Made
Puplic.
Irttish Columbia Electric Ry. Co., ltd *
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C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
\U,nuractiirers and Dealers in Atl Kina" ot
umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors, j
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
f ish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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"ii v,ill v. Belgian
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a      ivernmeul   will .     bat   a
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���i  consulars i       Is Ind
fenslble."
John Daniels ecrel ry ol the Congo It. i'.i in association, tat. I it the
a ociation will v v. maki eve y effort
in Induce the American govi mm. nt
to end in Belgium a memorandum of
the vim,, purport as sent by Great
Britain.
COCK   FIGHTING   IS
POPULAR  IN   HULL
4RMERS ATTENTION!
limber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
I
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bui't with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
BROS-, Ltd.
Ottawa, July 13.���Within Bight o��
the parliament buildings, just outside
the city limits of Hull, a cocking malp
I took place on Sunday, in the presence of several  hundred  people from
i Ottawa  and   Hull.    It   is  stated 'ihat
I no  fewer    Ui_m    fifty    rounds  were
| fought, and the affair had all the brutal characteristics of tbe barbaric
sport.     Little secrecy Is said to have
i been maintained in respect to tha
Sunday    entertainment    provided  for
i the local siKTris, and the affair was
held in the open air. It is further
stated that a similar cock fight was
held  four  weeks ago last  Sunday  ou
,the Chelsea road, not far from Hull,
In a field owned, it is alleged, by a
justicv. of the peace. The police authorities disclaim knowledge of these
two open   and  flagrant  violations  of
' ihe law.
IS SHE  BRIGHT, OR
JUST   MERELY   RUDE?
favelers' Cheques
aveler. save money using these
lelers' Cheques, because -hey
exactly what their funds are
lh in any country, each cheque
Big engraved clearly on the face
>alue in Domestic and Foreign
tys
ds is the   safest,  most   available,
convenient and most economical
|n.r to carry money when travel-
Further particulars upon appl'-
Royal Bank of Canada
few Westminster, B. C, Branch.
F. Shute,  Manager.
NO    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
[enlral Meat Market
i"����r Right* SL ana   Fltti AvenM
PHONE  17a
(BOWELL 4 ODDr, . roorietOr-
ItUI
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   _h_
J" River   Lumlber  Company,  Llm-
1.     Hiving   applied   to   His   Excel-
'- 'be t'overnor-General In Council
the approval of a certain sit, for
��� '''list ruction   of   certain   booms
'���   Booming   grounds   in   the   Bin
���r, In  thu District of  New West-
iBBtcr,   Province of   British  Coluni-
a. have deposited with the Honora-
��� Miniate,- of Public Works, at
Plans    of    said  booms  and
:"'��K grounds, together with a de-
. p !on of the situ thereof, and have
" " posited a duplicate of each In
'    "He of  the  Registrar  of  Deeds
"'"   *ald   District  of   New  West-
'"���'. in which district said works
'Proposed to be constructed, in nc-
,"m'('   with   the    requirements   of
; ��n  7  of the "Navigable Waters
"Hon Act," Chapter 115, Revised
"utes of Canada, 1906.
,;,t('d .Tune 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE  &   EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
1 Ul Hlvcr Lumber Co., Ltd.
I
Royal
Standard
AND  WHY   IT  IS  A   BETTER
FLOUR
\V0 use selected wheat from
the best wheat producing regions of the Canadian West,
where the sunshine is long,
where the soil is rich, giving to
the wheat that quality ot gluten
which makvs the very finest
flour.     This is factor No. 1.
Scientific milling which follows the wheat step by step, selecting only the best and purest
portions of the wheat grain and
making it iuto the most perfect
flour.     This ls factor No.*2.
Caro exercised in storage and
marketing bo that there is no
possibility of deterioration from
the time the flour leaves our
hinds until It reaches you. Tills
Is factor No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Standard Flour? And besides, in
every 49-llb. sack Micro Is a
numbered coupon entitling you
to a chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each month.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ud.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
Topeka, Kan.. July 13.���Miss Annie
Marie Nellie, frequently called ������brightest girl in Kansas." who during her
travels abroad refused to marry the
Sultan of Sulu, will shortly be married
to A. C. Phillips of Seattle, Wash.
She is said to be the only person
who ever stopped Minister Wu from
asking questions.
At a Washington reception he learn-
ed   ihat   she  had  just   returned   from
China,     and    asked    hor    what    she
thought of the Chinese.
|    "1  hesitate to answer," she said.
"Tell me exactly what you think,"
he urged.
"Well, if you must know," she replied. "I think they are the filthiest
people   on  earth."
DIAMOND   FIELDS
WORTH   MILLIONS
Berlin. July  13.���Colonial Secretary
��� Dernburg  informed    a    deputation of
S members of 'he Re'-chstag who called
jupon  hlm   to  Inquire    regarding  the
] newly   discovered    diamond   fields   in
Southwest Africa   that   these mines
were valued at $250,000,000.     Continuing,  be  explained  that    the  significance   of   his   recently   formed   coalition of the diamond interests in Herman Southwest Africa was indicated
hy  the  fact   that a representative  of
the De  Beers    Company,  which  controls the diamond market, bad offered
to  make a  reciprocal    selling agreement to    keep up the    prices of diamonds.       This   was   rejected  'by   the
colonial secretary'.
DRIVES QUICKLY  AWAY
AFTER KILLING BOY
Toronto, July 13.���Eleven year old
Frank Ken- lies at the point of death
at his home on Bast Queen street and
Uhe ]>ollc_ are scouring the city for a
man driving a gray automobile who.
| unless there Is a Change for tho but-
iter in the lad's condition, will be
wanted  for  manslaughter.
Hoadmaster Gordon phoned to tl>e
-police tonight he had seeu a grey
auio whirling westward iu a smother
of dust strike a little boy in the roadway. There were four persons in thi
car, which made no attempt to slacken
speed and paid no heed to the little
figure lying in the dust.
SCARED TENDERFOOT
TOLD HAIR-RAISING YARN
El Paso, Tev., July 13.���A "lender-
foot" frightened almost Into Insanity
by lurid tales of the blood thirst of
Indians and Mexican bandits, and a
sudden midnight take attack on the
camp, was responsible for lhe spreading broadcast yesterday, of a tale of
wholesale murder of horsemen near
Afton, N. M., by a band of Indians or
Mexican bandits. The "tenderfoot's"
yarn \*.as Investigated early today by
officers who bad hurried to the scene
of reported slaughter, and found to
he nothing bui a hoax.
Pure Food Law.
Kingston, July 13.���The inland revenue department has laid chargeB
against a number of local grocers for
violating the Pure Food act by selling adulterated coffee. This Is tha
first prosecution of the kind here.
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1909,
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AGAIN SEEK CUP
SNATHS.       HAY-
RAKES,      SCYTHE      STONES.
HAY FORKS.
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE  HAVE A  SCYTHE "MADE
IN     SWEDEN."     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND   TO   YOU.
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Do Better.
..  keen  desire on  the  part  of  the
Tecumsehs to meet    the  N  w  Westminster team again, ii the general I
presslon nonveyed bj an article in the
issue of  the    Toronto    Star, just  I
hand, from th   pi n ol "Billl   ' He_   I
sporting editor   1 f    'lm.'   paper, who
accompanied the Indians on their trip
Our  ad.  simply f Anderson & Lusbv ! i^naser Querrie is Quoted ^defln-
.   , _       ,\4) '   J'Viv stating thai In the ev nl of ihe
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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Purity I
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and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
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PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Indians winning the -V I-. U. Cham
pionshlp they will be out after the
cu . again this year. The statements
tbe individual players show that
they were all perfectly satisfied with
ili.ii- treatment here, and thai they
have the greatest respect for the
I row. ss of 1I1.' local team,
The article In part ia as follows:
Treated Fine at Coasl,
������The players speak very bighi> of
their treatment at the ooast, Thej
were hospitably entertained by the
cup holders, so far as the rules of
training would permit, and have no
OOmplain's I-) make on any score.
They do no| Offer any excuses for
their failure to lift the cup. except
that the better team won. The games
were so close, however, that the Indians feel justified In claiming 'hat
on neutra] grounds they would probably be returned tlie winners.
A Team of Legs
"New Westminster is a 'team of
lei's.' Every one of them is fast on
his feet and their field is especially
Don't forget J. H. Todd's sale Of |*peedy. The Rennie boys ran loose
musical instruments continues all this!"' th<* fi,'st game, but did not appear
week. The store will be open every ��> prominently In the second game.
evening. Those wanting musical |G-org. Keim.e is a very spectacular
instruments at great bargains do not Player, jumping into the air to make
fail to attend this sale. catches   he  could   have  made  on   the
I flat, but for real speed l-'ivl. Bonn-
tree had him beaten, and in several
I races the last Tecumseh man beat the
j Idol of -New Westminster at his own
game.
Wil|   Try   Again.
"Manager Charlie Querrle said: "i
am quite satisfied with the snowing
our team made at th-e coast. We
' were handicapped to a certain extent
iby Felker and myself not benin in
[Shape to play. Our del. nee played
,|a grand game in both matches, and
ihe sjieed of the Westminster field
kept Them busy all afternoon. We
got an even break from the officials,
and have no kick coming on ihe way
We were treated in Westminster. I
think our showing against Wes'minster warranted the -ri]), and if we are
successful iu winning tbe N. L. U.
championship again we wil] go out
this fall and try again- In fact, we
Wil] keep on trying until we have the
.Minto cup at our sunny island home.
Like  Len Turnbull.
"Harry Griffith���If we bad a season's series with New Westminster
we would win the championship. The
cuplioldeis have a big advantage over
visiting teams on their own grounds
Len Turnbull is ont of the best shots
I ever saw on a lacrosse field.'
"Fred Graydon���B's an uphill fight
for any team to win on Xew Westminster field. Playing up the slope
't   is   very   difficult   for   strangers   to
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House;
COLUMBIA STREET.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.     TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD   STOCK   FOR   SALE   BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
MAKE YOUR AP. cAi_ to the public
throuBh the column, of THE DAILYJJ^ ��',��
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LADIES:
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We have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and miss-
dresses in sizes  up  to 1. years.      Prices from 75c up.
Ladies  blouses  ranging up  to $:i
to clear at, each
.95c
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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Harry    Pickering���I   checked    old
I man  Turnbull    In  both    games,  and
1 found him a wonderful old player. He
had more  speed  on  Tuesday  than in
the first game on  Saturday, and  had
to be  watched  like a cat as  he is a
'great man to find an opening.
Spectators Were Fair.
"Bert    Jardine���What    struck    me
was  the  fairness and  impartiality of
th-e  spectators,
"Bobby Gilbert���The crack I got on
the leg early in the second game
nearly put me out of business. Our
defence played great lacrosse.
"Trainer Tommy Daly���Well, they
pickled u.s in their own back yard-
Sonic day we'll meet them on mutual
grounds and give them an awful
winging.     Won't we. Mr, Hopper?"
_
Receives 60,000 Volts.
Rochester, X. V.. duly 13.���Fred Mc-
Vety, an electrician, cam,, in contact
with a live wire carrying 60,000 volts
yesterday and was painfully burned.
Physicians are unable to account tor
the man's miraculous escape from
death, but  say h ��� will recover.
Model Sign Works j
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL    j
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to ib��� placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office up to the first dav of November,
1909. W. A. DUNCAN.
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
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THE FRASER
VALLEY   ___*$raV
' ARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
ESTABLISHED.
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wea
negday and Friday. Specia] matine.
for ladle-, and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
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iSappertonj
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��� Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
l&yJyWi . ��� ,T.I   r l'*Y*r
Silk and Lisle Gloves, in all the popular lengths and
fashionable colors.   An array of Gloves for women
and children that gives great opportunity of choice,
See our special Glove Display today.
LADIES'  SHORT   LISLE   GLOVES
35c   PER   PAIR.
Fine English lisle gloves in nice
mercerized finish, shown in tan,
brown, grey, black and white. Per
pair 35c
LADIES' 16-INCH  LISLE  GLOVES
60c  PER PAIR
On.- of the most popular lengths of
summer wash gloves. Fine quality
shown in black, white, cream, tan,
brown, navy,' green,  Copenhagen, and
grey; all sizes.      Per pair 60c.
LADIES' 20-INCH   LISLE  GLOVES,
85c  PER  PAIR.
Shown   ill   black,     while,    tan   and
brown;  all  sizes, per pair   85c
Lf . IES'  HEAVY SILK  GLOVES,
$1 0 1 AND $1.25  PER   PAIR
Heavy silk gloves with double finger
tips; 10 and 20 Inch lengths; shown
in white, black, tan, brown, grey,
green, slate, champagne, cream, Co-
pengahen and sky; all sizes. Per
pair $1.00 and $1.25
SPECIAL   REDUCTIONS
ON   LACE  MITS
Regular 50c values for 35c. Five
dozen odd sizes in white and black
silk mitts. The lot to clear at, per
pair .'.35c
TOURIST   RUCHINGS
Durable, washable, neck ruchintrs
in plain white and white; neck
lengths with colored edges. Just In.
Per box 15c and 45c
BILLIKEN
HAT PINS
The Season's most popular fad in
fancy hat pins- Shown in 8 and 9
inch lengths In gold and gun metal,
only,  each 25c to 50c
"WATSON'S"
COTTON  KNIT COMBINATIONS
Lad _s' fine cotton combinations In
knee length trimmed with torchon
lace or In plain ankle length; all
sizes, 32 to -tn inches, Three qualities, from which to choose at 75c,
$1.10 and $1.2.5
REDUCTIONS   WORTH   WHILE
IN   MISSES' DRESSES
Dresse. with a distinctiveness and
style uncommon to the usual run of
children's Bummer  clothing.      These
serviceable  dresses  are   made  of  best
English white lawn neatly tr.mined
with embroidery and insertion, also
colored percale with a variety of
trimmings. Sizes are suitable for
girls and misses from 8 to 16 years.
No line is complete in the range of
s'z-.-.s hut an excellent choice is yet
to be had in the sizes left in stock.
R>'gular values $3.25 and $4.00. On
sale, each $2.75
A   CHOICE   SELECTION
OF  FANCY  LACES,
ALL   UNDERPRICED
Thirty pieces of heavy guipure lac
and Insertions, Oriental laces and In
sertlons,   wid.-  Valenciennes  lacei
odd lengths and  various widths.  !{���
ular values 35c to 50c.      The lot to
clear, per yard   25c
TWO  WORTHY   LINES OF
BOYS'  HEAVY COTTON   HOSE,
25c   PER   PAIR
We handle two special lines of
buys' heavy cotton hose al this price.
One is known as the "Peerless,'' a
Substantia] Canadian make, and the
other is known as the "Deer Hide,"
an American made hose. Th.-y are
the bi si lines we can procures for
boys' use. They are line ribbed,
heavy and fast color, black; all
Blzes, '. to 10 inches. Your choice
of eithi r make, per pair 25c
REMEMBER  THE   SNAP
IN   LADIES'  LISLE  HOSE.
50c PER  PAIR
Regular 60c to 75c- Dozens of
women have availed themselves ol
this special hosiery offer. 200 pallet tan, brown, black and white lisle
hosiery in plain colors with embroidered designs; also fancy lace front
lisle; sizes 8 1-2 to 10 inches. Tbe
lot 10 clear, per pair 50c
LADIES'   WHITE   AND   BLACK
UNDERSKIRTS,
95c   EACH.
Fifty only, ladies' black sateen un
derskirts, with _ or 3 ruffles; black
moreen underskirts, and white cambric underskirts with embroidered
frill and underneath dust ruff I.-, or
nicely tucked hemstitched flounce.
Sizes 38, 40, and 42. Special to clear
each 95c
SA9+4-AND
COLLAR  BUCKLES,
The latest novelti.-s In these up-to-
date belt and collar fasteners are bere
ln a splendid collection. Many nevt
styles shown of souvenir Billiken and
fancy Moral designs.      Each 25c to $1
KNITTED CORSET COVERS,
High,   tight-fitiing,  lightweight   knitted corset covers;   all sizes, each 35c
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
TEDDY  WAISTS
The Ideal Skellton shoulder waists
to which aiv attached elastic hose
Bupporters. Teddy waists relieve the
children of the necessity of wearing a
heavy walsl dining the warm weather.     All sizes.    Bach    50c
PEARL VEST
OR DRESS BUTTONS
Freshwater pearl buttons In detachable style; a new lot just in, all
sizes.
BUTTON MOULDS.
Wooden button moulds in all sizes,
just to hand.
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