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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W"EW  WESTMINSTER.  B. B.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
,i;\v westminst;:
i;   c   wkii   ;
t  MORNING, JI'LV
1909,
five CENTS PER COPY.
AI BRIDGE TWO DAYS
POLICE list DRAGNET      CELEBRANTS HONOR
IN VICINITY OF DUCKS   m-uniiu>y
! Hoboes.   Tramps,   Deadbeats  aid   Su*
Barge     Required       P'��>��u�� Character, of all  Sor.s
Are Gathered.
,,, Will   Resume
with Better Tackle.
ntenary Festival Now
I iiclur Way on Lake Bearing His Name.
0��l
N
Itj  ol the Bid-
n qu i d  to
from Sldni j   to
in ibis city, no
tei laj with th'   '
...   engine
on li l ig ,      X ..,    July   '.     Old
:                  mderoga, v ho ������
i      -,    proci ,,i
. ..   : ida ���
MIM USE       I "U- CHANCE BEAUT.      SCHEME REVIVED
BRITISH OIL FIELDS1       UF TIIE mL m
Th,   provln. la]  police  ai
iiy hunting pm  the bandit    ���
up  ih,   C.   P.  !������  train  ai   Duel
sine,.   Iln-   un  v<-- e   ft
murdi lis  ol    Constable   D ck
authorities  have   been   Bayll _   I
I,, the i topa tbat ar.   bell
^^^^^li   v   known -   : _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^_
    and tender lpl     ,   was  ,la    ,. ,..,   madelkiuse
ineclt)  sub- rn   temp.   Is  no-   be_i   '      - demnd , .
),|ne'" T iidgt- ��'  ���'ll    suspicious    Charai in the name of "the Ureal
i, - [neighborhood  wh, re  tne ...   ...      .
Return tar  Material. place   and advices from Kai
, .i   .1   Dowllng haa  m tlh. .���,,,   UllI  0vei   ���'���������     hoboes
K, Bvertti for further hoist- | uaulI)K   iUu]  deadbeats  of  every
ileum is Necessary For
Units of Fleet-At Pres-
��� Secured From U. S.
fOR SUMAS DYKING
High   Board    Fence    Which   Now   Encloses Asyiu.-n wiii Be Replaced     Conference  of Engineers is
Favorable to Proposal - To
by  Ornamental   Railing.
London,    J ,     6,   1 he    Pall    Mall
Gazette urgi I.,,-.- i am. a   ol  Brl-
... ,, , Ial     Li    U irma
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_       and  Nigeria. out lli.it
mo   ��� . <>i, I,,,;,,, ,     ,, in* :., ���.   a e oil as fui I, and
  ...         ,,    !,,..,     .,,:,,, .     , .1 I;.  ��� , < ..     .,.:,,,     :,, I:, '.,! .-II
An improvem, nl that will Berve ���������
consiuerabl. i nhanc the beaut. oi
ih,. citj as si en from the riv, i. w 11
prob tbi) : >��� undertaken In thi East
I .ud of the    city In the   near lutur
Submit Report.
An  announ. emeni  ol great   Ini
inc�� in ib    future of thi   i'i., n r val-
1110    ��� .,,,i...   .-       ���������    li    Uli    lv- ,       ,.    :.�� .  .  oi,  ,i.  i���- ., ..,,"   ......        , , ,,-   ,1,
lain  Terceu ��� ���       ������ ing  adapted  ' olumbla  street  face ol   tn
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~   It:.. . :l...   Slllllll 111
Tin   is the removal of the high board  tlcular, le  mad,, as a result  oi a
fence which at present runs along thi   ,.,,,,   Conferenc,   held    In  Vancouv
and   the    Con Inei     l  Con
Asylum betw.  n the  Sumas    dyking comm
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sloiiel\-.
ttlthou . ,,., ,.,: petroleum      \i  ,i,e    present    time    the  cit)   I ,,..   the district, and  repri    mar..
.,   tigntlng units  would  b.   ,,���ll(llll_. a n..w sidewalk along Comm the  profession  engaged  b)   thi    B   I
r��'" ' ' !   '   meftecuve     a' ,_ f        o�� ,<���.       lum    lD E.  R   as an outcom.   of which ll  Is
ih,. presenl  momeni  the navy  Is de- stated ili.u tb,, Bumas dyking scheme
Lh    pendent for nearly all its supply, and a recent interview w.th tne News, ur. ,,,,,.,.ms no unpossib-Utlea to the ��� ���*
-     m-horn  illel.l       KllllL'l-lIllL'lldellt     ol
gether In the jail then
Among
��� :.,   ,     ar.     two    wii    an
thoughi lo ivve been mi mbi
i���_ tackle and iia-anwhl.a operations Lcrlptlon     nave    been    gathered    to-
���i o��� ���;.  ., wreman and _  ln ,���.. ,
ber  "I   ill..-  a...   bought i0 nave Been  mcu,���.�� u.  a,,.
a, .;., ',,      . ��� '"   ���""' ,":":"1    gang.      They  hav..    ,   Identified a.
. ,  , i, yesterda) tor  members  ���t  the  part)   of  which  uh,
am    bul   will come  ..];u|   Bh<J,   |)y (.(J11.ta ,,.   Decker  was
.-,,..,. search, when ___     T|u, identification was made by
unied on Thursday.  _.   womeQ   re8ldenl   near   Ducks,  who
' report has come -u |clalmB  ,��� hav��� ,���,.., and spoken with
. all	
ceremony  by the arrival ol   P     i n    it le rare thai the storage tanKs con
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Biat tne  siorage  ui,ii_   -....- : L>o!��� I11.     iie-.livil     superintend,-nt   I
\\illiain 11. Tafl      :  i ,     ty ol dlstin-   tain  more  'ban  enough  to lasi   three the Institution, btated  that once this
ta late In the afternoon      months .work was finished he would tune im-
i.. literary program foi the day ai "Petroleum i- contraband ol war, |medlate steps k> bave tlie li'gn boai i
aiTanged Included brlel addresses b) says uhe Gazette "and It Is not dlfllcuii fence pulled down, ani replaced by
i;<>i. Charles E. Hugh.., ol New York   to conceive a com ination of circum-|a cement, wall topped by an ornami-n
Go.   Prouty; a hisi irlcai address,  stances which would result In cutting
"The  Stor)   of  Lake Champlaln,'  by off all supplies from the United States
Dr, Hamilton W, Mabie of New York   and other foreign countries."
ami an original bai,a I entitled "Tlcon ' 	
glneers, and  may  yel  Bee reallzatl   i
in  the present  generation,
The history of the attempts made
to reclaim the Somas lake by an extensive dyking scheme, Ig a Ion. on .
but when .-om.. few montiia ago it was
announced by th,. B. C, E, K whi i
is interested as the purchaser of u.
...���    -- assailant  the ,,.,,.,���.lIjoI1| were scheduled to be
she positively identified him as one oi   ,  .   n   :i      thls  afternoo_,    u ld   this
evening.
,7~i_. bodies   of    the  victims  being  l(    ln(_.nbeis of a party of men on the
, .      ;U, p.w.r ,,-aci.e., oi  _lghl o) ,h��� boidup.   on being Bbown
:,, the bodies  being  th    ,1,..ld   body ot  piker's assailant
cab oi th,- locomo ^^
(iie the members ot the party.
No Inquiry   Ordered. The  same   woman  has  now   pointed
i eovenMii, in  has u ii  out  two ot tb    hobo,-:   now  In Kam-
J.v Tin'   ���- "'iloopa  fall,  as  having  been   .���-���,..-
,,���, m given in the gov- of the same gang.
;;������., ,;1���;   aist that the     Th,. police have been .upplW with
S     are away,  and  tihere  is  no information hy the  Indians of Lytton
oat at 	
inquiry 'possessing  the  mxvssa.y   au-(mountains near wro.      .-. �� ���---  ,kull,  the
obtain Information on oath,  thai   he  is the  muruenr  oi
ga,"  by   Percy   Mackay.-,  of  Cor-
N   li.
'I ii,   'ndian   pageants,  a  feature of
The   French   Celebration.
Burlington,   \'t ,   July     0.���For   the
large  French  population  qt  this city
,  other places In  the  si at.   "���"
ul iron paling. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
J lie   wall  and  railing  will  be tou it
in  conformity    with   the    new   gates j^wers of the'old Sumas IJevelopm
wliioh  under the direction of Ur. bo- company, 'bat its exhaustive invei .
recently  replaced  the old iand  gallons  bad   ...suited  in  an   estimate
of the expense which was exorbitant,
^^^^^^^^^^^^H and it would therefore withdraw froi.i
Yokohama, July tv���ine i-acuic i Th, grounds of the asylum have ot thg proposition, finding a road to th.
mail liner China, which arrived from hate been improved and beautifiea in south of the lake for the ChilliwaCK
San Francisco today, has been ordered a remarkable manner, the work hav- extension, great, regret was expressed
Into quarantine as one of the stew- lng been carried oui b) the labor ���' and property values ai once shrunk,
ards aboard   waa  discover.-1  to be  ill ithe   inmates of   the  institution.      At
SMALLPOX   CASE  ON
PACIFIC   MAIL   LINER
rather unsightly entrance to th_ in-stl-
mtion,
Yokohama.     Julv
-The    Pacific
with small|Kix.
presem
In response to cabled requests from | Colum
today New  York to  Yokohama  police  have
.���Mice   neing   ma.   .... . ,,e   |, e  "���������-   ���      ������       ������   .,.,,   ,,i__,.,-   p a<-<-s   Ul   me   slu,-   "����.. --.^ ������     ��� "��� ���>   ���"        .  ---
.,,   and  tli-re ts no IntormaUon by the Indians of Lytton    --            J    important of the Cham- been watching   every    steamship ar- down, bow
;, u     in 01,,,r ftn 0, ������. ���r. ,..���,,. of a lone man ta the ^^Senar.   SebrauS.  Prac- riving trom the United States t0 ar- visible ire
SS  ib,  neceasar)   au   monntalns near ��hm Ul. ttogj j-y ^- ^        , ^ Ung,  ,h    C hlnese , an-, ,anc   o,  t
.ever, and the grounds made
rom  the    Btreet,  the  appear-
liority in obtain nmii in...,on .,,, 	
iuperintendeu   Dever)  ,,i  and  preparation!  ar,-  being   made
11 l -   ������-   ,,V   trull.
am   was  ue- ; rcbL   uvaj..   ,^���h.   ,���.   \s...
descendants for the murder of Klsie Sigel.     The greatly  enhanced,  and the Colu
Plants  Work   Double   Shift.
Boston,    July    6.���Beginning today
all  of  th- big  plants  of  the  I n.ted
States Worsted Company In Ma-vie-im
Bett_  and  Rhode Island  will be oper-
, rn  Railway, when he get bloodhounds on his trail
, .    . oi   Investigations   crl-| _ .
���, | ������    .,��� Hon of th,  gov
ernmenl in nol holding an Inqu ry
while the eventi ol the da\ ol the
. cideni ������ tn Bb In thi minds ol
tb,   wltnc   ������ 1 be   I rldge    lender
h^ been :������ ndi d, an i Investigation '���' held to clear
him in otl ���  ������   ���
Mr, Zledwu d   If    Impatient al the
slew progr, and  the  failure
ol ii.,    ...:��� 'i vi       to discover
.,,ii,iv i, i     and   the subse-
nucnt "������,..    ���    -. - nglne    As
Bili-_d)  Ind ��� it. A hi   v. a Is to Btay
with   i|i,.  drain, ing  0 I'll   "
b '<i le obtained on tome a tide or
o hi v.
.,.���,,   ,,, oi.servance   bv   descendants lor tne uiuiun- ~i  cisie ;*>�������.-      "������ :6'"��)   ��..-_,-.-���,  ���_ �����--
I -   i       ....  wh     might  to retain  for  crew of  the  China was  looked  over street  hill mad,   one of the prettiest
Franc;  .he  gantry  ��plo._d  by  their and the ship searched without  result. |walks In the city.
illus'rlous     countryman,     Samii-1     i'v ___.,_,        ������    ���     ci-.,
tliamplain. M<"h��r ��"��* ^'^ D'<;  '"  F,r%,
in the forenoon, after an open-a i I    Holllster,  Cai.,    July    c���Mrs.  m
meeting   at   which   several   addresses j incumber,    who   keeps   a    boarding
were made In French a hug- number house at a mining camp near New
of the French Societies ol Vermont jidria. In the southern pan of San
and  other   New   England   Btates,  and I Benito county, and her four children.
ieVounds" are invisible from Rea90n   0t   Conference.
i street   being hidden by the      It watt to re -establish the scheme In
tall board fence.      One  the  fence isi the confidence of the public that tbe
- 'confernce was held, in the hope of a
means being found for the tni'th. r-
ance of the monster reclamation proposal The meetings were held at
the B. C. B. R- offices o.. Carroll
street, the company placing at the
service of the commissioners all thei:
priceless data on the subject, and th
services of J. D. Schuyler, the eminent engineer, with 0. S. Binckley.
���������ngin,-er in charge of construction of
the  company.      The officials  at   the
The op,-ning up of the grounds In
this way is in accordance w.th Dr.
DoheityV theories on the trot the insane. The keynote of these
is the abolition of all repressive
measures,  and  Uie cultivation  among
.   isianu   win  .ae  ".--���     ;uu]   0u.#t   .New   ..lignum   =>>.-.- =.   ����" idciu,�� ..u........  _....  ���   .--.
night.      Orders   have  f..... Canada   participated in a parade \yrnre burned to death as ibe result oi
. ��� .,   -.   ..  ' . .    ., .,.       II-      ,,f    ._       .n^ ,1       ,--��.-,,!., r.-       fire Thp
if   |   day   and   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
already been received sufficient to run
th.-   mills  On   this   basis  far  Into  the
[all.
MILITIA COMPANY IN
PHQ-tSS OF FORMATION
which was reviewed along the line Of
march by representatives of the ci'y,
si.u.   and  church.
PERSIAN TROOPS ROUTED
IN FIGHT AT  SHAHABAD
B.C.E.R. WILL CONNECT
WITH AMERICAN LINES
an alleged incendiary fire. The
sheriff and coroner have left Holllster
for th,. scene of the tragedy.
WOMEN PREPARING TO
WELCOME DELEGATES
Surrey    Residents    Show    Progressive \ junction  Will  Take Place at  Hunting-   Provisiona
Arrangements     Made   to
.1    Pl II       v.-    Jul.,   ij.���Press   d s- |
patches  received  here  lrom  Teheran]
��� '   :    lh, ol  the  recent  de-
v.ii al Shal the Persian troops
nt it,, hands ol the Cossacks ot the
Shah i he di ta, _mi nt ol Cossack-.
command. ,i ,v i ..,.- pi reblynosnoff,
touk up Hi station in one Of th.- Bum-
ol the Sbaii The
��� ��� ���- . wa made al night,
A s.i .     ol  ihe revolutionists
Military  and  Comm. re ial   Spirit
���Will   Organize.
\s a  result  ol  the  meeting held on
Monday   at    Cloverdale    about   forty
nanus  ar..   promised   toward  a  militia
company   ;u   Sum v.  and   a  committee
contist'ng  j\    Reeve    Bose,    ll     T,
don,   Whence  Tracks  Will   Run
to Boundary.
Entertain Visitors on  Monday���
Will  Take Trip on  River.
  tion among v-a-    ���������*���       --_
the inmates of th�� asylum of a feeling **-""' ume ,Uuul>' intimated they
that tbey are in a hospital rather wouW n<Jt allow themselves to Be
than  a  prison, and that their liberty b01""1 '-'>' anV d^'slon of the confv-
is not being unduly restrained, ence,
a^SM Eminent   Engineers.
The chaJrman  of  the  commissiou-
nriu nil)-ll   irrrnx lers'    D'    ^POUUvwjr, presided,    and
.  SHrKiM-I-  Aliliir Ulero were   Present   toi   ih.    commi-
IIJIILIUTIUI   rtbU_i I Uioners. Prof.     Daniel    VV.   Mead.   . I
nrrrno   t r  rilllirnc1^-*011^'1'  university, an eminent iu-
llrrrnn    ll     .A^NrnN thorit)   ,,n   hydraulics;     Archibald   0
unliu ui uaii_iLnuiPow<illi the Seattle engineer who rr.
  'ported for the provincial government
Ion  the    Coquitlam    lake    dam,  and
Probable That the Whites Will Close !Sterling B.  Hill.      E.  B.  Hermon, of
I Hermon and Burweil, also took pan
in some of the sessions. All the commissioners, who are property ownev
In the district, attended.
A    ���������-       '    of the revolutionists        ., ,,      , .    x,���,,;������,g. Shan
dvancedand the fighting lasted for Ttaltt. H. H��nD>   a ^
Vancouver Julv 6.���Definite an | Arrangements are In progress for
nouncement "waa made this morning the entertainment of the delegates
by il.-iieial Manager Sperling, of the from the International Council ol
British Columbia Elect nc railway, women who have been meeting In the
concerning the route which will be quinquennial conference at Toronto.
taken bv the t���'11 ""e trom New'They are now en route to the coast,
to  Chilliwack   from  Ab-  and   wlll   arriv,.  on     Sunday   in   van-
finally
Tin
��� red, ���--_. - -  - -.
revolutionists   lost  a cannon jother meeting on July lu
:iu,l tou   flags while the Cos-acks had ,    _- .
hie,     mi  killed    a.id    three  others  troduced  the mattei
wounded,
With  Terms  Declared  by  Packers
Without   Opposition.
^^ .  ,     ,,- .tmlnster   to   Chilliwack   lrom  au-  auu   wui   mure   on
*-ven     hours.       The    revolutionists jnon, and Jenkins tiw been namea western terminus. couver, wbere a great meeting will be
show,.,, Kreai courage, but they were conduct  the arrangemvn.s tot r��ru��   botBford to Its wes   r" rf th    0 HollBe,  when the
' ng, and to report final plans to an-     0ne important fact revealed _y^ttiis (^^  .��cm��erB of. the delegation
her meeting on July l.��� announcement is that the line will go
Edward Barr, who presldi l   Blso in- uth      Uu. pOUndary at Hunt
er    of    u board of    ���     r conneoUon   with  this
trade for Surrey, uud an address on   n^on. ^  ^   ^ tmm jnoura ��� -j^-- jp -^���    -~i~-��� iaiQn (lf the packerB tc
,,,��� subject was give, by C. H. stuarj- company   h&a SvCU,,,,  terminal  prop- partj ^^J as ^ Jj 1K)SS__,e ipa? t)uly lhe price demanded by the
been aftfer breakfast, aud a steamer will be Japanese_ there wasi so me dswtlsfacj
It now appears to be assured beyond a doubt that the price offered
bv canners for salmon mis year will
b"�� accepted by the fishermen, both
white and brown, without objection.
Some days ago Uie packers announced that they would give 12 1-2C
for fish during July and 10c during
the remainder of the season. rne
Japanese Fishermen's assoc ation bad
previously announced tnat ibese teni-
would be agreeable to them, but Hi*
white fishermen had let it he undei
stood  Unit  they
BOUNTIES PAIR BY
GOVERNMENT
Ove- $2,000,000   During   the   Last   Fiscal Year���Those on Iron and Steel
Sho/v   Reduction.
Wade, secretary of the Westminster
board of trade, in consequence of
which a. committee consisting oi
K.. \ Bose, II. T. J luU't. 1). Hadden.
Wh'.teley and Stewart was appointed
io interview otber residents, to repon to another meeting on Saturday
w,,-k. Great Interest was shown in
the proposals.
irincipa] mc mbers of- the delegation
will speak.
U1,.      Un   Monday  morning    ii    couple of |	
.us---,..,  "������-���"   ���---- ,      ir..m , hours will be spent in this city.   The flak.
loeaUon   it  Is  stated  tnat tne   i - c<J       QVer b    spec.lal car|    0u Uu. decision of th
company   has secured  terminal  prop   t^. _-_-_-i
ert) In the town.
Kor seveial years repot
hav.
i ��.-...... ,�����- -..-             pi, in. m readiness tor a trip down the river.
circulated to the effect   ba   t e < b _��g ^        ^    '������.,���,,, of    tllt.
wack  extension  ol  the  l!ul "V    "   . oltV   council    President   Lee     ol     the
bla   metric   rallwaj   would  *i_����� JJj^ ^ and u lK.,. eanaemen,
lK>itu   connect
south of  the  boundary,  theivb.
ult.
.ill assist  i.
lo.ai council oi women  that ibe whites will accept tne P����e-
lelv    establishing    electric     tram  "'
FALLS TO DEATH  IN
PRESENCE   OF
|' "
PRFRENCE   OF   THOUSANDS
communication    between    Vancouvei
and the Sound cities.     The route o    rhursda)
the Une to Huntington as announced
would  pui the British Columoia Elec-
entertaining the visitors.
Final arrangements whl be made on
'i lie  local
council had an'white   fisherman
Report Expected Soon.
While an exhaustive report has >.*
to be presented and is expected to be
before the commissioner- at then
meeting tomorrow, it is thought t-t
scheme can be carried out wUhout involving such great expense as reported by the B. C. E. R. enginetrs.
The electric railway company -
which has already spent such a large
sum of money on the collection of
data and payment to experts, promises if the district carries out the lm-
         ..  provement   to giv,. a handsome cash
would look for 15c a | consideration, as well as the data already gathered in the field. How
long this offer will hold good ig uncertain, as the B. C. E. R. is letting
a contract for the grading of the road
south of the lake, which hugs the
Vedder mountain, and involves a
rock cut adding materially to the expense of the Chilliwack railway.
Vast Difference to Valley.
Applica-'.on will be made for th.
transfer of the Dominion lands held
for  dyking   purposes,  should   the   re-
tion among the whites, and rumors of
,i  strike  wore  rife.
lt now appears, however, as if these
rumors would amount to nothing and
offered without further d.-inur.
"We  realize,"    said    a    prominent
trie   railway   in   direct   connection
111,, boundary.
m_     in    discussing  the          __  	
HS      ,      ������,,,,���    manned for    the I situation""^   the    News yesterday, j J^,'rt"of"Vii.. engineers be favorable to
.la.,,,.,,,   progr"      ��-"'��''.   ' ha, -*���,. wuch  this year  will  in  all \_    t.0ntinuiulce  of  the   project
vi-liors, mu  thej  bad previously  ac : ^u_vll,f_, hn vorv 1nrcp and that ac |��� dyklng proposal goes ahead it will
in-1,
ri  .,
bountli
Jilly   8.���During   tbe
Portland,  Me.,  July    6.   Mistaking
last  the promiscuous firing of revolvers by
ir the Qovernmeni paid total  the crowd below as a signal agreed
of   $2,467,606    on   pig  Iron,  upon tor cutting looee his l""'111'1"".^
'"'    I-ad.   petroleum     and     manlll.i   James     Corcoran.     an      aeronau      -
ll|,r''    The iron  and Bteel    bounties years old. of Lowell, Mass.. out i-.'
ftt're ��1,864.614,  compared  with    $..- when about  BOO feet  from tne <--ii
during   lh,   preceding     vear. a,  the Kourlli of July celebration nere
"ii  bai were 1307,483, com- yesterday   and    was    dasb.-.i   to  w
v���'���     '.villi $31,001 during the preced- ground, meeting almost instant ow* ���.
__��  ���' ar m the presence of B000 spectators
VISIT COQUITLAM  LAKE.
Party  From  Vancouver and  Westmin
ster at  Intake.
Unless  the    weather    this  mol-lnf
continues  as   unpropltious
,   bui   they   had   previously   ac- ,   ui��.   .,,    .......   	
,.,,,11 an Invitation to a reception at probability be very large and that ac-
(jovernment House, Victoria, aud will cordingly We cannot look for a price
therefore be leaving by the afternoon las high as we have received the last
boat fo,- tl,,. capital, going thence to few years."
S.aiile. |    "\v,,   should have  liked  to  see  the
The pamphlets which tuv being pre- canners go higher than they have,
pared toy the I. cai Councils of Wo-'but now that the terms have been
men of this province tor distribution announced l think that the majority
to the visiting delegates have not yet of the white fishermen will accept
arrived   here.      These  pamphlets are : them and say no more about it.
mean thousands of fertile acres available for settlement, and an easier
grade Into Chilliwack for the tram
line, besides accentuating values all
along the electric railway route.
7 hou sands Succumb to
Bubonic Plague in China
^^^���~   ......a..  .em mm  r-.,j   ..a.  ..._-v
us ii did being printed by the King's Printers, I Some of the fishermen have been
vesterdav, a Large puny wil, have to. Victoria. The New Westminster, Unit with their sockeye nets during
r-n-nl-i-r- In-- tL this nit. snd Vancouver, Victoria and Nelson coun-[the last couple of days, but so far no
toil.iitl.un lake tiom this cit) aud ^ ^ collaborated iu preparing'sockeye have been taken. Springs
Vancouver  today.      The    Vancouver thui. ...id .,.,,.. oontaln ., maSs of ln.'continue to be plentiful.
party   will  leave by  the nuie 0clock formaUon  relative  to Hi.   position of 	
11. C. E. R. ear and a start on the 14- and opportunities for women in Brit-
mile drive will be made iroui the city  jsl) Columbia
hall   at  ten,  the visit .being  really  a
rturn invitation to thai extended the | ���	
members  of  the Westminster council   . _.     _     M .. n     cum
to see the Seymour creek intake on L08S 0F MISSI0N SHIP
Eastern Capital for City.
Peter Peebles has purchased a
house on Third street from S. B-
Buchanan, who has a fine house now
��� building at Sapperton. The consideration is not stated. Mr. Buchanan
has always shown a desire to interest
capital in this city and district, and
he is able to announce that some
capitalists of Winnipeg have placed
$100,000 with him to lend on suitable
Floating   Hospital.
Boston,   July   6.���Boston's floating
hospital resumed its daily sailings for
the  summer today, with greatly en-if-w.wv _. .. 	
larged  facilities for the care of the'ptoperties    in  this    district,  demon-
mothers  and  sick  children  who will stratlng the confidence shown by ea_v
.__,.��.,   ���.��� fimnwiers ln this valley.
���-  mouiers   aim   ���>-<��    - \    _   _,���,...-
IN STORM IS FEARED take   a^tage   of   Us   hosp.tai.ty_
<������'��� + + + + + + + + + + + +
4
*      Births,  Marriages,  Deaths.
The    statistics  for  the civil
��� gist ration   district   of   New
Westminster   for   the   quarter
lies oi tne urieni, oui. ->-c  - ���      .
-,used is also said to have much to ao
with  its  spread.    Pork  Is  used very
largely ,by Chinese, and lt Is not a
ways   fresh.    The   Chinese,   too, .ge
very careless at>out the way m wiu-
the f<*-_ ls expo-^ed to contaglon
Sea del.cac.es_ an; also toPWWg
DEATH   OF   LIEUTENANT
TO BE INVESTIGATED
���n-Biinumitir   iui    int.-    quaiiei ��� |     aea delicacies un" "�������  |n_ue
'inling      June    30    show    100 ��� by  mnnv  as hotbeds for the    ���""?}_
births. 92 deaths and 45 mar- ���Kernis. the Chinese are fond of .**""��
riages. + "    "
Kor thv   quarter   ending on ���
March ;tl  .he figures were ns ���
follows:       Births,  10H;  dea��hB,
79; marriages. 42.
to
some
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Ballard which left Seattle June 9
with missionaries and supplies for the
government missions in the Arctic,
has been lost. Word ls anxiously
awaited here regarding the fate of the
Revolutionary Hindu
Causes Riot at Meeting
Washington, July 6.���The    case      j    The Abler lert Beaiu_ juue ���* **������
Ueui.   James    N.    Sutton,  who  was nlne pasgenger8i mo9t Qf whom were I
uj  man.   <>*. -"  ���,-.��� nt eating! i_in��d mysteriously while a student at miners who were bound for the new
germs. Th?pj_e8e are ton&��\>*���� WUefl^ggg^*,    academy,  has gold miB on the Kuskokwim. Among
dried cuttlefish, shrimps, an k^n   reopened.      Through  persistent (tlle nllmber from S?attle were Mr. and
other   delicacies,  alld   the ffgw* filTto Voung man's mother a ������.  Ellls, Mr. Wyman, Mr.  Hosner
. |tbe plague Is largely attributed to ^���wl% ^ ,,fqulry has been ordered Mr. Qrabam, of the mining party, Md
��� habit.    The Chlne^ are no^rmn   * new boara ,    , ^        , ^   Anna       R ^
��� thU out  and  are tabooing ^ gJw bjl*. shot himself.     A bul- W  of Washington,  Iowa   who  was
��� ______________ ��rfoo,J whlch mlght ' ilet was found In the back of his head. ^^^ f0r a stati0n on the river.
** + + + + + + + + ��������������� disease.
London, July 6.-An Indignation
meeting held by the Indian residents
yesterday to protest against the mar-
der of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir William
turbance continued for a considerable time and when quiet was restored the revolution was adopted.
der of Lleutenant-coionei cur m <...��...,....	
Hunt  CuTzon    Wyllle by    an Indian Uaa#####a#����#��*a
+
tie craft. . . I Hunt  Cutzou    wyiue ".     ����  ���---"
The Abler left Seattle June P with i tudent> Madarlal Dhinagri, broke up
_        _,-��. ��r .hnm were i.        8erlous disturbance.
When a resolution was offered expressing sorrow at the crime,jnja-
dlan student objected. Immediately
There was   an uproar.     Chairs were
Yesterday's Baseball.
Spokane
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there was   an uproar.      ��_ii-u- n��.-,v
thrown and  sticks were used  freely.1^   Vancouver-Aberdeen:  No game
The dissenting student was severely #   Seattle-Portland:  No game.,
beaten and was rescued by the police + B^^
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1909
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
.I*
lr
1*
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not  let the  people know anything abou1- it, he would not sell  any.      You  must "ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    pur.-hase   from   you,   and   some
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  mus.  of  n cessity   kiow   all   about  us   and   ou,
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns  of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  times.
WANTED���TO KENT A SIX OR
seven room modem house in good
locality: furnished or unfurnished.
Hale Bros, ,. Co., L'd., Columbia
street.
TO   RBNT���SEVEN-ROOM     HOUBiU, |
with bath.  $12 per month.      Apply
Mowatt street. 230 Eleventh Btreet.
WANTED���GIRL     FOR    GENERAL
housework, Enquire 36  Leopold   Pl.
WANTED���GOOD    GENERAL    SER
vani,  no washing.      Apply  Mrs.  W.
T. Reid, 51 Royal avenue.
WANTED���SMART   WAITRESS.  AP-
ply Kenny's restaurant,
WANTED���MY YOl'NG MAN EN-
paged In night work. Single room.
Musl be qalet. Apply Box 666,
News
WANTED���GIRL    TO    WORK
the Royal City Laundry.
AT
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14.  Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone UN
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   siiiiiirban   property,
21)0 Columbia street.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
WANTED���WOMAN  TO  DO  WASH-
ing   and    general    cleaning.      Apply 204 Agnes street.
LOST.
J.OST���SMALL WHITE LAP DOG.
Answers to the name of Fluffy- Return to B. J. Crean, corner Third
street and Third avenue.
1A-ST���POCKETBOOK ON COLUM-
bla street, between Eighth street
and Gulchon Hotel. Reward on
being left at this office.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 1-6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
TEN 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 Postofflee, 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.
J CARRIAGE SHOP.
I WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens-
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guarantee..
LOST���WILL THE PARTY WHO
was seen picking up a lady's belt
ln the grounds of the Central Public school, kindly return same to
Mrs. C. A. Welsh, 123 Sixth street
1X>ST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
���pearls, a large ruby In tbe centre.
One  .pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
FOR  SALE,
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS. 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FEED  AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
fur  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIVE-
room cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; .balance to suit purchaser. G. Hall,
East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWO CHEAP LOTS. 33
bv 132, South Vancouver; off Victoria road, D. L. 725. Price $115
each; cash $70; balance $10 per
month. Owner, 1822 Comox, Van-
rouver.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE.
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; 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.	
^������^���������������aaaaa^aat^^^^n^m^^^^^^^^^^
ROOMS TO RENT.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER.   B.   C.   LAND   SUR-
���   iveyor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster,  B.  C.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS,
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia  street, New  Westminster.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY ANU
Typewriting; cop) work, busin,- s
letters, etc. Province ollice, Columbia street,     Phone 02,
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldlngs, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
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.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(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 office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
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 the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Daily News Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
j ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress).     Four courses, consisting of
I soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
LIVERY  STABLE.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
TO   LET���LARGE   BEDROOM,   COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh. No. 701.
-                                                ^~~~~ n~x~v, WE   m,Y   AXD   SK]h   FURNITURE
TO    RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS;    ring  UP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND and   all   kinds  of  new  and  second
Terms  moderate.      Apply   713   Vic- i    smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta- hand goods.      A Speck, near Tram
.toria street.                                                     hies. office.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Gulchon block.      P. 0. Box 694.
and November, at . p.m. Annual
m,eiings on the third Thursday ol
February, New members may be
proposed and elected al any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket ollice,
Ryall's Drug Store.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
ibla street. Flrts-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
. O. O. F.���ROYAL CIT. LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
win be made welcome, G, IO. Gilley.
N. G.; C. E Osborne. I* G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include tlie Union Lodge, No. !), A.
I-'. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No, 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0. F.; C. U.
F. Court Westminster, NO, 330;
Brotherhood  of  Owls,  Nest  No.  2'J.
ui'chase,-  within   foriy live  day
the date of the first publication ol
notice upon you, ami In di fault ���
caveat or certificate of lis pend.n
Ing hied within such period, or ii
fault  of  redemption   before   rei
! lion, you and each of you  Will  b,
ever estopped and ih-barre,! from
ting up any claim to or In  reap,,
the  said   land,    and    I   shall   re. :
Peter Henderson a- owner ther,,
fee.     And I hereby order thai
'cation of this notice tor thirty da.
a dally newspaper published In   ���
Westminster,   will   be  good   and
cieni service thereof,
Dated ai  the Land Registry on.
New Westminster, Province of Unii
Columbia, this 3rd dav of May   A.  i
1909
C. S. KEITH,
District    Registrar
To Yuk    Chee,    Chew    sing k
.lohn .1. Welr.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just ln. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Colombia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office ana store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished,
prietor. Works
and car line. P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro-
:   Corner  Eleventh
O. box 254, PHone
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY 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. VV.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
Take notice that an application has
| heen made to register F. McCleery as
| the    owner in  fee    simple,    under  a
.tax   sale   deed   from   the   mayor   and
'treasurer of the city of New Westminister, to F, McCleery, l>earing date thy
!9th day of January, A. I)., 1904, of all
'and   singular  that   certain   pin eel   or
tract of land and premises situate, ly-
iing and being    In the    City of New
j Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
land desoribed as Lots 91, 92, 93 and
!94,    of Lot 3,    Subdivision Block  14.
You and  each  of you are required
to  contest  the  claim  of the  tax purchaser within forty-five days from tho
date of the first publication of this notice, otherwise 1 shall register F. McCleery as owner thereof in foe.     And
I  hereby direct    that    publication  of
this notice in a daily newspaper for
thirty days,  published at   New Westminster,   wlll   be   good   and  sufficient
ervlce thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 26th day of Februarv,
A.  D.,  1909.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph K.
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 virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest in the
said land hy descent, whose tit!,. Is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land bo sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Reglsiry Act"
LAND   REGISTRY   AC!
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock, ln 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
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
Illl���Meeis on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Suineriand.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in ttie
hoard room, City Hall, as'follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the mini
Thursday of February, May, August
Take  notice,    that     un   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  31st day  of
December, A. D.. 1901, of all and singular that certain  parcel  or tract of
J land  and  premises situate, lying and
being in  the District of    New Westminster,  in  the  Province  of    British
|Columhla,  more     particularly  known
jand  described  as    Lots  3  and 4, ot
iBlock 4,  being pari  ol   Lots 7 and 8,
iGroup 2, Map 45ti;   Lot 7 of Block 4,
ibeing part of Lots 7 and 8, Croup 2;
,Lot 9, of Block  4, being pan of Lots
7 and S, Group ���;.
Vou and those claiming through or
|under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land '���'>' virtue
of any unregistered instrument, aud
al] persons claiming any interest In
Ithe said land by descent, whose title
lis nol registered under the provisions
|of the "Land Registry Act,' are re-
quired to contest the claim of the tax
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN     HOML
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
.Vuy available Dominion Lands with,
in the railway belt in Briush Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the sole head of a family
or any male over IS years of age, io
the extent of one-quarter section of
16U acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land office for the district
in which the land Is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be maile ��n
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land ou
euch year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father Is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may ha satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his Dome-
stead, the requirements as to resid-.-nce
may be satisfied by residence upoa
the said land.
Six months' notice ln wilting should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may bo
leased for a period of 'wentyon.'
years at an annual rental Of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
five cents per ton shall he collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the interior
N.B.���Unauthorized publication or
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND ACT.
Comox  Land District.
;    District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
1 Take notice that O. B. Jacobson, ct
Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher.
I intends    to apply    for    permission to
,lease   the  following    descrloed   land:
i Commencing at a post, planted ai
the west end of Lewis island, thence
northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly    and    north,-rly,    following    the
.shore line around the Island to the
point of commencement,    containing
1800 acres more or less.
I    Staked April 8th, 190. ,
OLE B. JACOBSON,
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BRITISH EXPEDITION TO
EXPLORE NEW GUINEA
Scientists  Will   Invade   Country   Hitherto  Untrodden   By  Whites���To
Start Next Fall.
take io neglect the opportunities
which the expedition will afford for
adding to geographical knowledge of
on,, of the largest unexplored regions
still remaining on the face of the
globe,
RIFLEMEN   MUST  LEARN
TO  SHOOT  MORE  QUICKLY
L
London, July (i.���The sum of the
British expedition which is being organized for the exploration of Dutch
-New- Guinea, which ii was proposed
should bo made from England about
this time, has been postponed, owing
to some representations from Hie
Netherlands government, until next
autumn. Interest however in the undertaking increases as the plans develop.
The project had. Its inception al the
jubilee meeting of the British Ornithologists' union la'e in 1908, and
being designed to celebrate ihat jubilee, it embraced originally only pro-
posals for natural history and research work. In view oi the large
proportion of funds for the expedition
that have been subscribed by the ornithologists of the union, it is only
natural that research in the realm of
Ornithology and zoology should constitute ihe major task ol" the explorers. At the same time i: has been
fell   that   it   would   b...   a   great     mis-
Ottawa, July ii.���A number of lm-
portanl changes in the conditions for
the Dominion Rifle Association competition ai the Rockllffe Rlflle Ranges
from August 23 to 28 wer,, announced
today by Capt. Blrdwhlstle. A new
time limit for shooting i_ provided,
l'he limp limit in which each competitor musl fire a shot has 'been placed
lo 10 .seconds Instead of one minute
as heretofore in order to provide mor,.
rapid firing. In some of the matches
new targets, colored so as to represent
natural .surroundings such as grass
.are lo be ns-.-d.
MONTREAL LOOKS AFTER
CITY'S SUPPLY OF MILK
LIGHTNING EXPLODES
AUSTRIAN   MAGAZINE
Vienna, July (I. Lightning exploded
a stock of artillery charges last night
in a magazine at  Podgorze.
A soldier was killed and another
was wounded Many peasant houses
were wrecked, and thirteen persons
were   injured.
The railway station ai Podgorze
and several trains were damaged- Al-
i,i-oth,r alxnil sixty p-.-ople have received medical intention. The explosions continue nt intervals.
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As   a   Consequence   Quality   Improves
and   Infant   Mortality  js on the
Decrease.
Dr. MoCarrey, chief food inspector
of the city, said today that the milk
supply Ibis summer is greatly improved over that of former years.
The milk inspectors have reported
that the railways are bringing the
milk in a much cooler condition than
formerly; that milk is not allowed to
stand on station platforms as in the
past; that grocery stores are keeping
milk in more cleanly places; and that
milk vagons, etc., have been given
special attention so that milk cannot
be contaminated by the dust.
"That the milk is far better," said
Dr. MscCarrey, " is shown by thp fact
ihat the inspectors are making remarkably few complaints.
"Strenuous efforts have heen mad.-.
by the hygienic department to improve the milk supply as it was felt
that the infant death rate would thus
Ibe reduced. In a few weeks we
shall know whether or not the death
rate among infan's has Ken reduced.
I am Inclined to think that H will ho
in  a  marked  way.
CANADIAN  ALPINE CLUB
OPENS  NEW   QUARTERS
Banff, Alia., July fi.���The Canadian
flag is Hying for the first time on the
Alpine Club's new club house on Sulphur Mountain, li Is a suitable building, modest though handsome and it
stands on a commanding situation
where ������ can be seen from any point
in Banff, It. is mainly owing to President Wheeler that the Alpine Club of
Canada ims attained permanent visibility so early In its history.
GERMAN COUNCILLOR |Q
ACCUSED OF PERJURY
Berlin, July 6.���Privy Councillor
Hamnii.nn. of the foreign ofllce, confidante of Chancellor von Buelow, was
arraigned in the central criminal court
on a charge of perjury. The charge
was preferred by BrUCe Schmitz, the
scupltor, the marriage of whose dl-
voncd wife to Hammann recently
created a scandal in Official circles
here.
o^o*o*o*o*<_��oo*o*o*o*, .���o*o o+o+o+o+o+c+oc+o+r,+o+o+ci4Ci
s Cheap Lots I
NEAR  TENTH   STREET AHD FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT.  $373.   GOOD  TERMS.
SEVENTH   AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE   AND   SIXTH   STREET.  $550.
REASONABLE  TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 ��� _T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr	
MONEY   TO    LOAN
o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+o+o
NO MOVING PICTURES
IN MONTREAL ON SUNDAY
Montreal, July 6.���The proprietors
of sixty moving picture shows pleaded
guilty before Judge Leet to the charge
of keeping their places of amusement
open on Sunday, and were fined $1'��
and costs each. It is understood that
Iniost of the porprleiors have agreed
I to shut down on Sundays in future.
jThe appeal case against the previous
[judgment, still pending, hnve been
withdrawn,
Rapid Work on Telegraph,
Ottawa,   July   6.���Reports   received
by the govern mint indicate that rapid
progress Is being made with the con
struction of the governmenl telegraph
line   from   Athabasca   Landing    Wesi
.ward, continuing the Une from Udimon-
|ion. Twenty miles were completed
between June 2 and June 8, and as
the lioles have all boen cut, nnd the
weather Is now quite favorable, a
greater rate of progress ln ihe future
[ts anticipated, The line win be oi
groat, value, not only to colonization,
itrat also to the construction work of
,the Grand Trunk  Pacific. .NESDAY, JULY 7,
1909.
THE   DAILY
JEWB.
PAGE THREE.
%��������: Tanks and j
j      Fishermen's Supplies?
  !
]AMES & McCLUGHAN j
Trus. Block, font St., New Westminster j
FIGURES DEMONSTRATE
THE GROWTH Ot CALtiARY
Statistics   Show  That  Prairie   Ci.y   is
Advancing  Very   Rapidly   in
Every Way.
Jul;.    '.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VVNCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers in  All Kina    ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe_.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F .RMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
citj   show a .    i.vi. u
i    hi    y. .. ii   montnl)
���I   Ulc VI   ��� .,   i. ,
otnci   a
neoura.I
, _mpll< I  yesterd
howi   reci p
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.   is $25,971.50
;   ��� lin
ih,   in
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custom   hous,-   iik-I ��� ..
i rom   Lhe  numbi r of ei >,i
,, establish   i   rei I   by
.  ,.,  ���������.. es    ,,i . lou
i   in  Calga
In lhe bank clearings thi -
e ol   .3 210,643.00, oi per
'I !..   Hgui i a i,<r June, I'Jh /,; re
ear I
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I - . Ung  In-
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UNiUNS UtLLAKL
TO SEE WHICH CONTROLS
United   Mineworkers   of   America   and
Provincial   Workingmen's   Ass'n
Clash  in Cape  Breton.
Sydney, c.  n., July 6.���A strike ol
ib,.- I nil ,1 Mine Workers oi America.
wnich   ia   regarded   a-   a  contest   between thai organization ami tlie Provincial Workingmen's association, thei
members   of  the   latter   organization |
i- iniiiniiig ai   work,  took  plac  a.!  the j
colli, rie-- of the Dominion Ooal Company today.      About  6000 nrni failed
to appear at the mines today.     Both
organizations   claim   the   majorltj   ol
Un- workers in the mines.
Travelers' Cheques
Travelers save morn/ using these
Travelers' Cheques, because ihey
know exactly what their funds are
worth in any country each cheque
having engraved clearly on the face
its value in Domestic and Foreign
moneys
This is the safest, most available,
most convenient and most economical
manner to carry money when traveling.      Further particulars  upon  appl'-
In Guiana  Too.
Will..niMii.it.   Curacao,   July    6���It
I was learned lev today that the president  of <  of the hanks of  Maiiii-ai-
,bo, Venezuela, recentl, defaulted with
$60,000, He abstracted the funds
and came to Curacao, but remained
only   long enough  to  transfer  to an-
jother steamer which is now tarrying
I him  beyond  Venezuelan   jurisdiction.
i Thp Institution coniiiHi s to do busi-
' IP'SS.
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C, Branch.
F   B   Lyle. Manager
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS J 1
ANU SAUSAGE.
AT TUB
Central Meat Market
Oom.r Klghth St. ina    ___U_ Arenas
PHONE   I/O.
BOWELL A OODr. Proor.ator*.
Royal
Standard
AND   WHY   IT   IS   A   BETTER   |
FLOUR
LAC   LA   ROUGE   GOLD
FIELDS ARE  FALSE  ALARM
O'tnwa.    Julv     6���Int. rest     having'
been  excited  in   regard   to    reported
dlscoverj  of gold fields rivalling those
of    the    Klondike, at  Lac  La Rouge,
-n.-k., Inquiry  wa_ made at the geological  survey today  with  a  view  to!
ascertaining what was known officially of tn,. find. Apparently 'he import-'
ance   alleged   to   hav,-   been   attached |
to it by th,- Dominion government has
been somewhat  over-estimated.   "Yes.
we   assay,-d   several   specimens   from
lh,. field, but they showed little gold.
was the statement made by th,. sur-'
vey.   William   Molnnes   was   near   the
scene of the find last year and made
his  report   regarding it.  Hv. has gon>-
out   again  this year.  "Oh,  yes, it  is
quit-  possible that  gold  might  exisi
there  even  though our samples were
not  rich.' was the answer to a further
query.
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Prelate's Double Event.
Baltimore, Md.. July 6-���Today was
the forty-eighth anniversary of Cardinal Gibbons' ordination to the priesthood and also the twenty-third anni
versary of his elevation to tho cardln-
alate. liis Eminence will on 'he twenty-fifth of next month, reach his se\
enty-iifih birthday anniversary, it has
been the desire of the Catholic clergy
and   liiym.n  of  ihe  Baltimore    arch-
if.in ,'se   I"
celebrate the Ibirthday anniversary on an elaborate soale, but
owing to the cardinal's desire to spend
the summer quietl) ii is likely that
the celebration will be deferred until
next  fall.
Res. 429,
P  0   Box 474.        Tel. 53.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell tjie Celebrated
PALMER BROS.'
GASOLINE ENGINES.
i'AI.MER    i
nt.OS.TWD
IVO .OUR
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f'ASOUNS
ENGINES
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WKSTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Street, ;���   New Westminster
We  use sole,ii,i wheal   from
ih..   i>esi   wheat    producing  re-
gi.uis   of     111.      Can.el an   West,
where    iln-   sunshine    is long
w help  lhe soil   V   ilrli, giving  I"
th,. wheat iiini c_na.Hi j of gluten
whlch    mal.. s   ihe    verj  iin.-si
II,un.        Tills   is   la,tor   No    1.
Scientific   milling   which toi
low s 'li,. �� h- iii Btep by step, se
lei i ing niiiy the besi and pun s.
portions of the �� heat grain and
iiinkiiig ii Into the most perfect
Hour.       This   ls   factor   No.   2.
Car,, ex, noised in storage and
uiaiketing so that 'here is no
posslbillt) of deterioration trom
the time ih.. dour l.ayes our
bands Until il reaches you. This
is factor No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Sta.ii
dard Flour? And besides, in
every   41I-1V.     sack     there   Is  0
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., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    ft
OTTAWA   GETS  TROPHIES
OF   SOUTH   AFhlCAN   WAR
Ottawa, July v ���-,.. ��� t .,,, I s oi
the South Anii.in war hi tu. sliup<. ol
guns presented bj the Bru a ��� gov
.���iniii.-ni to Canada, have . een placed
i,n parliament hill, and stand on tli
brink of lhe hug,, cliff which ovi
hangs the Ottawa river.
They are Interesting specimens of
the Instruments of war, ranking from
a little Krupp six-pounder to a .hree-
Inch gun.     Though only a few years ���
Old   they   are  already   mil   of  date  and
.theiefoiv cannot be duplicated,
Tin rei'niv a little bit ol mllltarj his-
tory has been added to rlv possession
lof Ottawa,
SPAIN   NEGOTIATES FOR
COMMERCIAL   TREATIES
Madrid, July 6.���Negotiations look ,
ing to the conclusion of commercial
treaties are now in progress between
Spain and the Argentine, und Spain
nnd Urugay. The basis of the agreements is to be facilities in the matter
of the importation of Spanish wines
'and sugars. Similar negotiations with
Brazil  are contemplated.
Demand Delta Debentures.
A large number of enquiries hav.1
been received by the municipal clerk
for Delta debentures from leading
financial brokers. In view of the
coming Issue of water debentures,
this indicates some Interest being
taken  In  the  municipality.
Millions for University.
Madison, Wis., July 8.���Approxi.
mutely $2,500,0.10 has fueeii provided
by the legislature for the support of
the University of Wisconsin during
the two years commencing today.
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WEDNES.0AY. JULY 7, 1909,
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The Daily News MIXED FARMING THRIVES
Published by The Daily News Publish.
lng Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Daily News Block, corner ot Mc
Kenzie and  Victoria  streets.
IN SASKATCHEWAN
E. A.  Paige Managing  Dvector
Government    Statistics    Show    Seven
Fold  Increase  in  Dairy  Produce
in Three Years.
WEDNESDAY.  JULY  7,   1909.
THE   IMPERIAL   TIE.
"GET THE HABIT-
Post Cards
FIVE CENTS PER DOZEN.
SPECIAL TODAY.
Regina,  Sask., July 6.��� _h_ figures
��� 'just   issued   by  the agricultural    department  go to show  that  Saskatchewan is far from being a purely wheat
��� .growing province, thai every year sees I
W-ltel  the pro patria spin  Is per-  m<i].   .,���[,������.���,  b'elng ���h.(,.-  ,,. ,'n;x���d |
haps the strongest tie which binds !_-arming_ Taking the first eight weeks
Canada to Great Britain, the mutual th,. operations of five government-
commercial and flnanclal Interests Ibe- controlled creameries at Moosomln,
tween  the  two countries  is a  potent  ^������-M'P-'lle.    TantaUon.    Laneenburg
,    ,.     ,      and   liireh   Hills,  the  output   for  that
factor towards tin- close homi ol rela- per,od f()r l))i, ......... ye.n���.   v,ll7   ,,,���,
Oonshlp  exi.-iing  between   them.    To and   i;*<>;*^  shows   the   following   sub-l
whin a remarkable extern Greai Brit stantial Increase In the Ibutter manu-
aln   controls   the   financial   well-b-elng factured:   1907,   11,918   pounds;   1908,
,       .       ,    ,,      .     , ,,,,..,,,, 15,824   poun<_;   1909,   70,030  pounds.
of.  not oniv  Canada,  but   practical!} ,...        '     ��� ,.   ���,,      ,_ ,       .,
,,   ,                ,     , With favoraule weather it is estimat-
the  whole  world,  has  recently   been (,(, lha, ,,,_ om|mt of th��� fiVi. ..,.,..,,���.
made evident by flgures published In erie_ for the six months ending Oc'<>-
Th.    London   Standard   and   In   Tlie her 31 nexl will total 360,000 pounds.
Statist.    The former has compiled a lu addition to th, foregoing creamer-
.     ,      , _,__"_���    ,,. les n  new  one  under government   BU-
return  wh-ch   shows  thai   the yoarlj ,])<irvision wIl, be opened .��� Novdmin-
income <I rived  Horn   British  holders iMl.,. at>0UI  tUly 10i  wjjilo ln,.r(. .,,.,,
of Colonial   and   foreign   government [our other new creameries whloh  .111
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
W'e buy for cash and sei. [or the same
A   FEW   BARGAIN,.
Tw0 lots on   Eighth  street  between Third and  Fourth avenues;  $800.00 and $750.00.       Easy  terms.
A   full   sized   lot   on   the  corn.r of Seventh ave. and Sixth st. for $660.00 cash       This is a beaunful lot
A few lots on  Fifth avenue for $450 each on  easy terms.
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.   Good location.      This is a  snap.
Properties for sale  in all parts of tha city.      See my list.
All   kinds   of   documents   drawn.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE  169.
CONFESSED MURDERERS
also deposited a duplicate of each in
ihe office of the  Registrar of  Deeds
for   the   said   Dis'iiv    of   New   Wesi-
_ _rAi)L   DfllilCUIHrilT minster, in which district said works
LJlflrt I ll!-l-Hl._l.r.l .are proposed to be constructed, in accordance  with  the   requirements   of
         .. Section  7 of the "Navigable  Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Tennessee    Nightriders    Elude    Death   Statutes of Canada,   1906.
Dated June 24, 1909.
Sentence  By Appeal on a Technicality,
WHITESIDE  ..   EDMONDS,
Solicitors  for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
boiln., is aboul *150,000.000.   This an- operate undei- local management.
mmi tribute Is paid for the service
rendered In providing the necessary
< apltaj tor pu lie undertakings and
other works of development, Neither
Canada nor any of the other colonies
of the British Empire could get along
without this sterling assistanc.
from
ORGANIZE  LIBERAL  CLUB.
Constitution Adopted and Officers Are
Chosen.
Jackson, Tenn., July 6-���The cases
of ih, eight nigh., riders, six of whom
were ucder death sen'enoe charged
with the murder of Capt. Quentln
Rankin at Walnut Log on Ueelfooi
lake on October 19 last, wvjre re vers
ed by the supreme court today, and
were remanded for new trials.
The six men who were under the
Garret Johnson.
.  night   rider  or-
About   fifty  members  of  the  West
[j [minster Liberal club attended the firsi death sentence are
.meeting of the new   organization held alleged  leader of  th
.my cause tins  toiintainn; _ i oi i.u (he rIu). poomg| Duily Xewg 1)locki ganteation  in  Obion   county;   Arthur
supplies were to cease, then the work ]_ast evening,  when an interesting ail- C. Lear, Fred Pinion, Sam Applewhite,
of development would almost certainly dress was given by the president, M. Tid   Burton   and   Roy   Hanson.     The
cease also     This immense tribute is "J- Phillips, on the'future intentions of other two, R.  Morris and Bob  Hut.
.   , t, _    _._.   tj -,,-.   w,   ,  'the club. ma��. w��'i'e convicted of murder in th<'
not, however, paid to the British bond-,    Th., conatitution wns U]0n read and ...cond   degree.     The  opinion   in   the
holders exactly in cash. It goes out ipassed, and a committee of four com- fase wa. delivered by special justice
from the colonies and foreign coun- posed of H. G. Kellington, E. A. Paige, henry A. Craft, of Memphis. In retries almost entirely in the form of'K- Bridge and D. Douglas was elected versing the case, he assigned two
.    .      -.,    _    , .. ...j 'to art with the officers already in of-  I tine.pal reasons���that the grand jury
products. The final account 1S squared L. Severale |ntereating gpeecht.s which found the indictments was not
by" Uie exporter getting bis cash from ;were made by A. E3. Kellington, pres- ������elected in ,a proper manner, and that
his .banker, who has collected the duo'ident of the Westminster Liberal as- the  -tate did  not  allow  the defend-
sociation.  A.  Whealler,  .1.  W.    Mac- \onta & sufficient number of challenges.
Donald,  E.  Goulet and  H. Gilley,
amount on the government bonds.
But the  British  capitalist  has also
considerable investment in various colonial   and   foreign   industrial   undertaking)!.    The estimate  published  by
The SiaiUst shows that something like
$280,000,000   is  annually   received   by
British  capitalists   from   investments
in 2172 colonial and foreign commercial  and  industrial   concerns.     This
vast sum is also paid by the products
und profits of the undertakings which
have been deve4oped iby the invested
capital.     The editor of   The  Statist
computes that the total yearly income
from  all   investments   in   companies
trading and  distributing their profits
in Great Sritain a/t the vast sum of
3700,000,0.0,  upon  an   investment   of
.111,500.000.000, which represents a return of 5.2 per cent.    Of course Canada  enjoys   a   very  considerable   portion of participation In the advantage
.of utllis;ng British capital, her share
being something more than one-third. '
It is very gratifying to know that the
Dominion stands high in the estimation of the British investor.
These returns prove the truth of the
���oft-repeated axiom, that. Great Britain
is the financial and commercial clear
ing Jionse of the world.   Such a powei
has  grown  with  the steady  develop
ment of  the  British   Empire  througl
.centuries.    But the economists tell us
that the real basis of this position is
th,. policy of free trade, and thai bin
for this otih.-r nations would not have
liecome, by ithe inexorable law of sup I R^
ply and demand, contributors to Brit-1 BBS
''iii's wealth and greatness.    In other
words,   she   has   profited   by   the   re- I
strictlons   which   other   nations   haw
imposed upon their commerce.   If this
Ibe  so,  then  ii   would  seem  that   any
weakening in   the  free  trade  position
would be likely to  prove harmful  to
tlu. mother country,   whilst, on   the
other band, the adoption of free trade
by any of the greai  protectionist nations would also probably  pro,lm-,   Be
rious  resiihs.     Lord   pirtle,  b vi
Hi,,  greai  shipbuilding   firm  of  ll.n-
land ._ Wolff, Belfast, recently stated
that   if  America   were  to    ftdopl    [ree
trade it would mean th    ruin of the
British shipbuilding Industry,
Indian   Breaks  Jail.
Lever Tirothers, Toronto, will send yo.1
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if  you mention  this paper.
NOTICE.
Cornwall. July 6.���Angus Seymour,
an American Indian, serving two
months' sentence In the county jail
here for drunkenness, made good his
escape  this  morning.    He  scaled  the
stone wall, and is supposed to have i-'pVff"*^" y""'"f: 5,""" l"atIt
stolen a boat and crossed the river,,^1 ^iZY^f.L00^^''^
into New York state.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   ____���
. ""   "'  .-���.-,   Lim
ited,"   having  applied   to His  Excel-
^llency the Governor-General in Council
DIED.
for the approval of a certain site for
the   construction   of   certain    booms
���,,���,,, ....    . .,.,,. and   booming   grounds   In   the   Pin
COOKSLEY���June 1. at    Felixstowe.   River, in the District of New West-
Portishead,   England,   Mary Cooks- minster,   Province  of  British  Colum-
_?,' 0,nly���da,u ,ht<Jr ��.the late Mr bia. have deposited  with the Honora-
Alfred    Cooksley      ot      Lansdown ble the Minister of Public Works, at
Place.   Downend    aged    36   years. Ottawa,   plans    of    said  booms  and
passed peacefully away, after much booming grounds, together with a de-
Suffering, scription of the site th-tvof, and have
���
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Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
TENDERS.
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
->������������������������*���������*��� ����������������� �����������������������������������������*
Sealed tenders addressed iii ile undersigned, and endorsed "Tender [or
Postoffice Fiitings, Vanoouver, Ii. C-,'
will be received at this office until
o: 00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 21,
1009,  for the work  mentioned.
Plans, specifications and forms of
contract can he seen and forms ol
tender obtained at this department <>n
application to Mr. C. Tossell, Clerk of
Works, Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are not ilie] thai
tenders will not lie 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 on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable 'he Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will ibe forfeited if the person tendering declines to ei ter into a contract
when called upon to do Bo, or if he
fall to complete the work contracted
for. If the tend-r be not accepted
the cheque wlll  be  returned.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order, .-
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June :i0, 1909.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement If they insert it
without authority from the department.)
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j Summer   Reading
X    All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipment
|    of the Seaside Library and English Cd Novels
New   Copyrigh.   Fiction $1.25 and $1.50
Popular   Copyrights,   Cloth-bound 75
Popular Copyrights,  Paper-bound 35c
engli.h  6d.  Novell. 20c,  3 for 50c
gtagide   Library 15c, 2 for 25c
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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CHINA
Bric-a-brac ot all kinds--Pickard's Painted China,
Some you tee Costs more., but none is any finer;
There is no finer made to please my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all high grade.
AN   HISTORIC   EVENT.
.Among the  manj   historic celebrations    that    hnve    taken    place    recently,  th,. Ghamplaln   teroentennary
islands out as one of the greatest pos-
nihle  int.,rest   I,,  the  people  of   the
North  American continent.    To  ibis
plucky  Frenchman   is  practically   du,
the first  establishment of  white .settlers in   Canada.    From  the  tiny sei
Uenient   of  French   folk   around    tin-
shores of  lhe  historic  lake  which  lies
il etween  t_L, province of  Quebec nnd
the state of Vermont, and which bears
the adventurer's  name,  has   virtualli
been   developed   this   graal   English-1
speaking continent.   Both Canada and
Amejlca are joining in celebrating the
three hundredth anniversary of Cham-
plain's achievement, and  high  dignitaries    of    England,    America    and
France grace  the  occasion   with ithelr
stalely presence.    This spiiii  of reverence for the makers of History Is good
to see.    it  helps   materially In   the
moulding of n nation by awaklngth&t
sens,, oi   patriotism   which   has   ever
been (lie strength of a people.
SHOES
Specials   For  Today.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HA ND PAINTED CHINA.
ASK  YOLR 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 see that   you   get  It  promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
LADIES
Oxblood  Russia  Calf  Oxfords,
pair   	
Chocolate   Kid Oxfords,
White,   Blue  and  Pink
regular  $2.50,   for   . .
. .$3.00
..$2.50
Canvas   Shoes,
 $1 75
White   Canvas   Oxfords     $1,50
Patent   Leather   Oxfords    $3 00
MEN'S
OxblOdd   Oxfords,    Bluchers $4.50
Velour Calf Oxfords   $4.00
Patent   Leather   Oxfords $4.00
$3.50  Fine   Kid  Blucher  Boots. .  $2.50
TENNIS SHOES
Men's Tennis Shoes   85c and $1.50
Ladies'  Tennis   Sh->s 75c  to  $1.25
BAREFOOT   SANDALS
Children's  Sandals    $1.00
Misses' Sandals   $1.50
These are the best baWSfoot Bandals
on the market.   Get your child a pair.
Phon8 335.     *7>
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.
P. O. Drawe,   100.
Eastert
Ebuirne
FLOUR !
ro��_  Mi.'''n!i  Company.
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gj SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
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IMPERIAI ��� ���  *7*-5   Pcl<
SP*N_��\VEL..J6-73  P-l;;.
TERMINAL..
HINDOO FLOOR .    *
McQua_ri%&Co.IL2^_
FRONT STREET.    ���       tfew West,T,
gjjWho is Mavius
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Success
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   8HOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
'BB_e_>BSE>_>BSBBEB_>__>E
or to
HAWE.   TS
Stuc
MINSTER, B' ��
lio WEDN
ESDAY, JULY 7,
1909.
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PAGE FIVE.
T. H. Smith
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STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M..   EXCEPT   SATURDAY.
Striking Values in
SUMMER
SUIT
PATTERNS
Regular   $1.25   and   $1.50,   ^or,   per   yard,
50c
WE INTEND TO KEEP UP THE INTERESTING OFFERS DURING THIS GREAT JULY SALE.
AND WE HAVE NO DOUBT THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS WILL ENABLE US TO DO SO. WE
HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR STOCK AND THROWN OUT AN ENORMOUS QUANTITY OF
GOODS THAT WE MEAN TO CLEAR RIGHT OUT���NOT TA.KING INTO CONS4DERATION THE
COST OF ANYTHING���HENCE THE ENORMOUS CUT IN THESE ELEGANT DRESS FAB
RICS. ALMOST ALL ARE EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS, ONE SUIT LENGTH ONLY OF EACH. AND
SOME ONLY SKIRT LENGTHS, CHIEFLY IN STRIPES WITH LIGHT AND DARK GROUNDS. NOT
A PIECE SOLD REGULARLY UNDER $1.25, AND THE MAJORITY SELLING AT $1.50. SECURE
A LENGTH AT A THIRD OF THE REGULAR PRICE-      YOUR CHOICE,   PER   YARD        ...50c
ALEXANDRA   CLOTH,
75c A YARD
and colored   Alexandra suit
. trous -aiin finish,  In fashion-
16 Inches wide,    Regular
Ji.'i" nii.i Ji       I si yard 75c
ASTONISHING   VALUES
IN  SILKS,
25c A  YARD
Odds and ends in  silks  that,  mu*;
uo tin- time kmlscennes, taffetas, etc.
- to BOo,    An extensive
il colors at, per yard . 25c
BLACK  POI   DE  SOIE.
75c  YARD
1 ���     | inly, black  poi de s"t''
��� \, ���  li ni    q lallty,     tbe   vvell     known
gi,iii-ant.-ed not to cut.
dar $1.25 for, p.-r yard   75c
I oui S50 yards ot light and dark
Bummer weight dress goods In mixtures and Btrlpee, ;i_ to 42 inches
wide  pei   ���.,..! 15c
TURKISH  TOWELS
Twenty  dozen brown Turkish Towels, good si/..-, specially purchased tor
sale   ihe lm  mufti  he otoared at,
per pair 35c
REMARKABLE  REDUCTIONS
In Dtrectolre satins and soft finished silk In ail the newest- shadings,
ni.-.. soft finish, reliable quality, tegular 75c valu.- for, per yard    50c
MUSLINS,
7  1-2c A  YARD.
Th.-    low    water    mark    l-u-    Ibeen
. . tied in summer muBline, i�� pieces
placed "ii  salo today;   dainty  designs
and    polka    dots,     various   colorings.
Bpecial, per >':ir(1 	
.7! 2c
���Special   bu.   of    fine   white   L��wn
ll.in iu.:-, lu. is. plain and hemstitched,
ladles' slzi only.    -\ snap,   ��� -6 for 25c
Aboul 200 white embroidered Wash
Belts, som.. are slightly soiled, others
quite perfect Regular ���!���"��� Belts, on
sale this week 2 for 25c
Clearing out of all better quality
Muslins. Drees Lengths, and Short
Ends, all colors. Regular 35c, Wc,
50c and 75o for, per yard 15c
BLACK   SILK   AND
NET  WAISTS, $1.75.
Black silk and nel waists; a splendid   collection   of  black   silk   and   nel
waists; buiton and lace trimmed   R. -
nla,      lues to |8.60, for , -*1-'3
BLACK  DRESS GOODS
35c A YARD
in chevron and pin stripes, all black
wool i.iiffei'as -and mohairs, 10 and M
Lndhes wide,     per yard 3^c
CREAM   DRESS  GOODS,
35c  PER  YARD
Lustres', serges and nuns cloths
among ibis attractive offering, the
liiite to lay in a stock for the children.
Regular 50c.   . Per yar_    35c
70-INCH TABLE  DAMASK,
35c PER YARD
Unbleached table damask, a Bplen-
ilid Cloth tor kiiche,, use. Regular
75c  clearing at, per yard 35c
A bargain in ladles' Tab Presses;
jusi the thing for the camp or sea-
si, I ��� in a variety of colors, and almost
all sizes.     Special $250
Special value in dark prints, sp.it
on neat design, chiefly in navy and
while, per >'il!l'd 10c
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
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Hale Bros
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S    , v -     ,; ,v , 1 ,���,[   picn ,
e held ���   Stanley   park,
leaving   the   i; i     v   R,  depot   ai   9
"              If ra thi   picnic
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Bjl     ���   ,     ,1     JOUl
-.. i    ., id    -.. Ith  Ki
���   in lian, Peter Jones, who stole
a -ho. milker's kit from in front ol ch,
Merchants hotel on Monday, waa sent j
down  for a   month   bj   Police  Magis-;
tratg Corbould yesterday.
FURNITURE
For reliable goods at reasonable prices see the
The Big Furniture Store
W. E. TALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
612-618   AGNES   STREET.    OPPOSITE   LIBRARY. PHONE   176.
BUY    YOUR     GROCERIES     AT
Adams & Deans
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
Com Starch, . pkgs. for 15c Choice Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. pkgs
in  .l:i:-s  bottles, per bottl.-  . .15c       <mXy    10c
V-   Volumes.  1 lbs, for    ..25c  Til vi i-;i r U. ?, lbs. for ��� ..10c
.  ��� Carnation Cream, 2 tins for   15c
i'i emium l- lour, per sack   $1.90
i lin.-  i- a good bread flour.) Tetlej s Tea, 3 lb, tins for $1.00
For a No. 1 Ceylon Tea we reoorrmend   Bra.d's   Best   at  50c.       Ask  for
a  sample.
ADAMS & DEANS,ji^ft^!^^
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
r   Id -    grea      cleai ance
pianos   w.u   shortly   ���
;now and secure a bargain.
sae    ot
Jump   In
W,  T. Cooksl. y.  ot this city, yes
! terday received from England th,  sad
news Of the deaih ot bis sister, Marj
Cooksley.    Death    occurred
stowe, on the e_-T coast.
ing of tbe b. C. E. R. is shown In th.-
Improvement  of accommodations   m
this thriving townsite, a new hotel,
th.. Columbia, being almost completed.
When this new hostelry is ready it
will prove on,, of the best in the Era-
it Felix- ser valley, replete with modern conveniences.
Shoe repairing done neatly and
!quickly at A. Matheson.'- ''iiii Columbia street, by .1. Ashman. **
.lames McDonald, a man who is alleged to have been worrying the residents of Burnaby w-ith requests foi
alms,  will appear before  Police Mag-
Sevf-ral Westminster resident's at-
tended the funeral of the late Mrs.
Matthews, of Vancouver, at the 1. O.
O. F. cemtery yesterdaj The de-
,-,-ased lady had formerly resided
here.
The   Sunday   school   picnic  ot    tin-
Leaves Buffalo for Coast In Auto
Buffalo, N. Y. July 6.���William
Smith, of Detroit, and George 1).
Wilcox of Rochester, have started on
an automobile trip from this city to
San Francisco, where they expect to
arrive on August 3 without breaking
any records. The principal object of
the journey ig to test the value of the
various automobile tires on all kinds
of roads. After leaving Buffalo, they
will pass through Cleveland, Toledo,
Detroit, Chicago, Denver, Omaha,
Cheyenne, Ogden., Reno and Sacramento.
ANOTHER FREIGHT  BOAT
i��tratt, Pitiendrlgh t��day on a charge iSap,���.rtorf Presl   lerian  chur,-h  which
of vagrancy. [was   to   have  taken   place   yesterday,
H C N SIcKlm grand councillor lbut was postpon-,! on account of th,
of ih.. ll. T ol T. for li. C, will be In !��ather' ~\}\*�� ,ie'd anext PMa?-
the city today and will attend the in-f���e c" will leave the Sapperton ter
stallatl'on   of   officers  at   the   meeting :mlnus at V:>�� "��� the morning
lof Uie locai council of the order this i ,	
evening.
The tug Flyer brought a scow ot
rock from the Pitt lake quarries for
Gilley Bros, yesterday. Today the
i-oil. will be sent down the river to
Eburne. It is consigned to Point
Grey municipality and will be uBed
upon the roads.
On Twelfth Btreet, near Fourth avenue, you can buy a good lot for .:>ni).
One   hundred   cash,   and   balance   'n
small payments.  Across the road  five
'or six hundred dollars is being asked
NOTICE TO  HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to il e placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office up to the fii'-H day of November,
1909. W. A. DUNCAN.
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
$50 Reward
Now   Under  Construction   in   Victoria
For   B.-K.   Company.
Another   large    freight     boat     will,    The above  rewapd wl���  be  paid  by
shortly  be added  to the  fleet on  the  James   Linn   for the   recovery   of the
The new  v.-ssel  Is at pres
Fraser
���ent under    construction at    Victoria
for H. N. Rich and the Brackman-Ker
Milling  Company, In  partnership.  Mr.
Hlch  was in Victoria last, week and
for similar  lov-
tlotta" chance for men employed in the
curshops and mills to secure cheap
lots handy to their work White.
Shiles  & Co.,  city. **
The annual picnic of the 11. C. E. R.
employes has been postponed this
\ear on account   of  the  many others
iiniiig on in July, the customary
month in which it is held A picnic
may yet be held In August, as the
function has been one of "t ��� best
managed in this district In previous
> ears.
The city of "North Vancouver has
applied for extensions of water records on supplies In the vicinity, the
i,tt ist applications being for 40 feet
from the Seymour river and 17 from
l.vnn creek, Whence the present supply of the city is derived. ApplicaUons are also " efore Water Commis-l
.loner Fletcher for nearly 7(10 cubic
reet for the district municipality of j
Vorth Vancouver,
The determination or the people of
Cloverdale to ibe prepared for the com- I
This   is  an  exeep- !,m his return stated  that the hull of
the new boat -was almost completed
and would be ready to tak. he,- boiler
from ihe next Blue Funnel liner due
to arrive at the capital on July 8.
body of his son, John Linn, who was
dn -ned near the mouth of Pitt river
oi. June 26th, by falling from the
launch  Alice   A.
JAMES LINN.
MAKE YOUR APHcAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a ratine should get one that will give perfect satis-
taction in cooking and baking, Is economical iu the use of fuel, that ts cool
to work over in the bote weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
If you wish to be satisfied In these respects you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you have inspected lt. The prices also of these ranges are
much lower than those of other makes. Call in and inspect our
stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Lime Juice
2T>c Bottle; $1.50 Gallon
Lemonade
2r,c Tin.
Cattle Wash
$1.(1.1 gallon.
Moth Bags
Moth Camphor
Imperial Disinfect-
.   The cheapest and best
ant for all purposes.
Bathing Caps
Water Wings
Spectacles
50c and up.
CU RT1S'
DRUG   STORI:
NEW WESTMINSTER
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has 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 <h: 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 is an
instance*.
New Westminster, June 2:'.. 1909.
A. W, 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 .2nn.,ii) in
full  pavment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     .1. A. OIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for   particulars.
ALFRtD    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,   ���
657 COLUMBIA STREET. ��� *       PHONE 62-
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TITE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY I
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Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
MONTREAL POLICEMAN
PAID FOK HI. POSITION
LIMITED.
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. C.
Electric   Chilliwack  Line  and  V.  V.   and  E.  Cloverdale to  Sumas  Railway.
Evidence     of     Sensational     Graft    is
Brought Out  Before  Royal  Commission  of  Enquiry.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
Post Offlce and Customs Fittings at
Ladysmith, B. C., Public Building,"
W'ill be received until 4:30 p.m on
Monday, June 21, 1909, f���r the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and In accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'bv Department.
Plans and specifications may be
seen on application to Mr Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Ladv-
smith, B. C, and at the Department
of Public Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department 0f Public Works, Ottawa,  Mav 27,  1909.
BALLOON CARRIES BOY       SUCCESSOR WILL BE
FAR ALOFT BY FEET        NAMED IMMEDIATELY
Entangled   in   Rope   Youth   is   Whirled Appointment   of   New   Chief   Engineer
Head Downward to the Clouds��� For Transcontinental  is  Looked
Escapes   Death. For.
  	
W$
THE FRASER
VALLEY .^
^Rl. LAND"
'BECIALISTS
Pretty Parasols
A FEW  MORE  OF THE
15c
SIZE JUST ARRIVED.
Santa Cruz, Cai, July li.���In tiv
presence of 20,000 persons, gathered
on the beach to celebrate the Fourth,
Jesse  Wyillllil, a  ten. ear-old  hoy.  was
caught in the ropes of a balloon during an .ascension yesterday afternoon
and carried head downward Oui) feet
in the air. Scores of women, including the boy's mother, fainted as they
saw  the little fellow  carried  away.
Jesse had been standing very close
to the balloon and, as it shot upward
a trailing rope trom the parachute
.became entangled around his legs.
The horrified crowd expected to see
.'him dashed to the ground, bul the
���rope seeuicd lo be securely fastened
[about the little fellow's legs, and he
soon managed to get an upright position.
As the balloon drifted out over the
ocean, Virgil Moore, the aeronaut,
drew* the boy up to hun and held him
close io his side on the trapeze bar.
After drifting out over the water
for a third of a mile, a gust of wind
blew Hi. balloon on its side and it
slowly descended to the water iis the
gas escaped.
A launch from the naval training
ship Alert had followed the balloon
and dashed up as the aeronaut and
the boy touched the water. Aside
from a bad scare the 'boy was none
tlie worse for his thrilling experience.
Ottawa,   July   6.���-Jt    was   staled   ,u
the offlc- oi the Transcontinental
Railway committee today that no time
would be lost in appointing a successor to Chief Engineer Lumsden, who
has resigned. It is admittod, liow-
,-ver. that the salary will have to be
increased to get a man of capacity
���commensurate with the Importance
Of the work. Ii was further announced that a new investigation Will
be ordered with respect io classification.
The commissioners hold to the Idea
that the inspection jusi concluded
was not sufficiently thorough, or at
least this is the allegation. Tlie
contractors and district engineers
want to be heard. The board of investigation will likely ibe materially
changed. Mr. Kelliher will, doubtless, represent the Grand Trunk Pacific, but 'he newly appointed engineer will act for the commission, while
It is doubtful if Mr. Collirigwood
Schreiber will consent to be the third
arbitrator again. He took the job,
recently, only on condition 'hat the
i work should be done in a certain
period, It is hoped to have the new
enquiry completed before fall, but
11nis will depend upon how soon Mr.
Lumsden', successor is appointed
Montreal, July ii. Th,. first definite
proof thai a monej payment has been
made tor a position on the city police
lore,, was established before the Royal
Commission today by the evidence o'
Joseph Martin, a carpenter from St.
I.l.,i. who sniil h, paid $250 io Jos,-pli
ii,-.-null-is, a hoiei waiter, who, by his
own admissions, has acted as the B��-
between for so many candidates for
positions In the lire brigade. 1 "revlous
testimony hi regard to alleged toll tor
entry Into the police force has been
given by iu.n who said :liiy had been
.-,-,1,1,1 to pay, or had paid, money to
an outside party, who failed to g��-i the
position desired, and thereupon re
in, n vl the money In Martin's cas-,..
however, ihe -goods w.-i,. actually de*
llvered." After seven months' service
he lefi the force, convinced that he
coui,i earn a better living as a carpenter, working at his own trade, lie
knew thai two other Bl Bloi men bad
been appoint, il in the force, lhe two
I'ettigrows. who were nominal ed
through the admitted Intervention of
Joseph  Bodbout,
SUFFRAGETTES   DEMAND
SPEECH   WITH   THE   KING!
London, July fi���A deputation  from
the   Women's   Freedom    league    pre- |
sen'.-d   Itself  ai   the  entrancg of   the
houses of parliament   last  night   and i
renewed  the demand for an audience I
with  Premier Asquith io discuss the
suffragette    question,    claiming    the
right   io  sir.)  iin   Interview   under  a
sta'ute  of  Charles   II.    The   premlei '���
again declined to receive th   deputa j
tlon,   and   the  league  is  now   determined to seek an audience with King ,
EM ward at Buckingham palac ��� Thursday.
The   deputation    remained   a'   the j
door of the house of commons,  and i
the league bas decided lo send relays
of women every rhree hours to relieve '
those  in  waiting.    A  deputation  will
thus remain in front of the hous,. until
, Thursday morning unless Premier As-,
quith in the meantime consents to re-
ceive it.
���   A Good Thing is Sura to be Appreciate
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(MapU [.sn
Label)
Is gaining In favor everv day.    Our oatput last year wee double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
Hotel Butler/ i_i|
Fourth Avenue and Mane-   .t.te,
SEATTLE:
RATES:
Room  $1   p:r  day up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per   lay ua
.  oom   with   bath  $2.50 per  day up,
Room with bath and board }i
'  f cay,
All -jutside rooms, with boi        i   ;
water steam heat, long dl
phone. 'Bus meets all trains ,,        .., |
CARLETON OILBER I Mgr,
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������,
Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
$6.000,0_ j
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL	
PAID  UP CXPITAL $2,200,001��'
A  WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN   PEOPLE.
Deposits are received  in the  Savings Department at all branches, and
can be withdrawn by cheque without  unnecessary formality  or  delay     ���.
Manager,   N.   H.   MACDONALD,   New   Westminster.
MAKES REMARKABLE
TRIP   IN   MONOPLANE
AT THE HOTELS.
AT
MOREY'S
I
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND  ILLUS-
TRATED   SONGS    OF    THE
HIGHEST CLASS.
Paris, July 6.���Hubert Latham, the
young aeroplanist of British extraction and French citizenship, has beaten every record save those of the
Wright (brothers ln mechanical flight.
Yesterday, ascending at 0:40 p.m., he
remained in th-e air for oue hour, seven minutes thirty-one seconds.
This remarkable feat was accomplished in a monoplane���i.e., a mo-
,tor driven machine with a single supporting plane, as compared wiuh the
.two plants of the Wright and Farman
models.
I Mr. Latham ran his machine twice
around the ground .before ascending
Into the air. Once off the ground, he
iose steadily, his elevation for the
greater part of the flight varying between ninety and 160 feet. He flew
over poplar trees and aeroplane sheds,
and p.rf-i-med all kinds of evolutions. For the last twenty minutes
he flpw in heavy rain, finally des- '-angley.
ending drenched through and smok- ' Ge0- u��lu'ney. Vancouver,
ing  a    cigaivtte.    He    was
Russell   Hotel.
H. G. Pearson,  St.  Paul, Minn.
W. F. Cliipham, Annievllle.
J.   Shields, Vancouver.
J.  Gourlay, Vancouver.
E. S. Learn, Vancouver.
W. Hill, Vancouver.
C. N.  Taylor,  Vancouver.
A. Beckett, Vancouver.
J. II. Hudson, Vancouver.
J.  Garroch,  l_i stowei, Out.
Windsor   Hotel.
W. Evans, Belllngham.
W. B- Wilder and wife, Cloverdale.
A. C. Blake, Bellingham.
R. A. Lauderdale and son, Norman,
Wash.
T.  M.  Coates,  Royal  Oak.
C. Warren, ltuskin.
W. J. lienner. Ruskin,
C. Welsh, Ladner.
W.   W.   Armstrong   and   Wife
FALSIFYING WEIGHTS
WAS   PROFITABLE  TRICK
Hamilton.    Ont.,       July    6.���LoulB
,Frank  was this    morning committed
tor trial on the charge of conspiring
with   H.  M. Morden. an employee of
the Hamilton Stee] and Iron Company,
'to defraud  the company  hy falsifying j
j tlio weights of loads of scrap iron sold |
(by  Frank  to tbe  company.      Morden I
| testifi.-il   thai   Frank   had  approached
him  when   he  was  acting  as   weight
clerk, and proposed that i,e should in- j
'crease   the  weights,   but   that   he  dul |
not consent to do so until September,
1907.   when   he   was     unable   to   pay
Frank   %",:,   he   had   borrowed.     Since
then  ho    had    made    $700 In   three
months  by  falsifying  weights,  Frank
sharing  Up the profit  with  him
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++44*4*1
Kast
VERY 'shoulder-high   io  his   monoplane   shed
carried :    ���'��� s- Waii��. Elgin.
by  fho enthusiastic spectators.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c.
GRAND  TRUNK   RAILWAY
I TO ADVERTISE CANADA
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
CANADIAN
PACIFIP
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C Coast SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
ll
To Seattle   Dally at  ll
and i" a.m. via Victoria,
To  Victoria���Dally al   10 a.m
jl  p.m.
To   .Alaska--Kvery    Saturday
p.m,
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
I at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte  island���Second
and 16th of each month.
To  Nanaimo,   Union,  Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m
at 8 p.m.
To  .Nanaimo���Daily  at 2  p.m.
London, Julv 6. The Crnn.l Trunk
ia becoming u lively vehicle of Canadian thoughi and activity. Ps paludal offlc, s In I'oikspur sue..i were
opened yesterday, and speak with con
slderable force of Canadian enti i
prise and progress. Th - offices are
to be used to disseminate facts bear
p.m. direct ing on Industries aud opportunities in
Canada, supporting the goo.-] wort
md already don,, by established Canadian
Institutions All leading newspapers
commeni most favorably on the origl
mil Ideas In advising of the opening,
due to T. C. Salter, the European
traffic manager of the company,
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CREAM
Th re i. nothing no good for th. baby
p*. t Charles Cream. The result ��f
analysis by prominent expert cliemisty
b!.cws that oi.Charles Cream, when properly reduced with pure I .lleii water*
is ah H st identical in every respeel with
human mill-, it differs fr. m ntlier
milk products in that it is sterilized hy
heat alone.
St. Charles Cream di tea nol curdle when
used on acidulous fruits and imparts a
rich, delicate flavor, it i.
humanized mill., it is
not only best for mother ^J^^*_
and infant-it is belter
than the besl ordinary
milk for nil purposes.
Sold hv hnsl prrjeers
everywhere.
ST. CHARLES CON.
UENSING COMPANY,
(ngersoll, -    Ont.
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.
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork    Sausages  dally.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
��������� --���
ittHARLfj
!*���   -.'WfrfN,.-*
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
ap.
Silver Watches, gents' open fac.
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
.watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doors from  Ceo. Adams, Grocerl
Upper Fiii_er river to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m. on
Tuesday,   Thursday   and   Saturday.
Received Severe Jolt.
Moosejaw, July 6.���Young Krnie
Saturday jSowtien is minus the forefinger on his
I right hand, but. extremely fortunate
In having his life today, as a _esi_t
of his investigation of a Iiv. wire
yesterday. He is now in tbe hospl-
tai, hut is recovering nicely from a
had burning, Mrs. Olive, who came
to his rescue and tried to separate
him from tbe wire whe.i hp screamed,
received quite a Swere shock, but
was done  no  permanent  injury.
For  further  particular,, call   or  address
ED. GOULKT, Agent.
New Westminster.
Or
C.  B.  Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B.
U.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEW8
Westminst.. ��� Horn* Paper.
New Western Appointments
Ottawa, July _.���James Stott, inspector of t-lectriclty for Alberta nnd
Saskatchewan, has been transferred
to Vancouver las inspector for that
district. C. A. Tervo, of Stlcken, Bj
C, has been appointed subcollector of
customs.
Fort William Drowning.
Fort William. Ont., July 6���A for.
eigner living in Port Arthur was
drowned and ten others had a narrow
escape crossing the Kanilnistiquia
river in an overladen boat which up-
set in the middle.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of '
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY, LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVE8, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101.
?<_,.*<   .-... WEDNESDAY, JULY  7.
1909.
THE  DAILY.  NEWS.
PAGE  SJ-VJ-M.
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1 f you can afford to use the best buy
ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR
"The Flour That is  Different"
K you do you    will    Bad thai  the
ol    ROBIN  HOOD   Ls smallest
��� i all.
i [j,   bigger loaf Ifl on,., difference.
i;:i. er asvimilath'ii ol the bread Ifl
nothi    difference
Th. i weeter flavor is a tMrd differ
There are other polnu ol difference.
v     one ol    them worth the    extra
The Saskatchewan Flour Mills Co.
Will. IMPORT FISH
TO KILL EapiO
Ld
-, rnment Wi.,
of   Panama   Canal   Zo,,
Top Minnows.
W tl
LIMITED.
MOOSE   JAW,    SASK.
July    6 i vi- i
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... .   II,   ���
ll ll
E ��� known   a ���   mln-
,i (rom al ��������� ding
��� .I the wati b   b
the if   the   mo i
i : i    habit, in conm
v.-,  Is of especl
them   to     ���    ir,
food,   '��� hlch i on ��� its for the m iin ; art
ol ie ol   the mosqui o, con
uionl;    km ���-. n   as     a1, rlggl. rs        l hi
minnows,  which   swim  in
ir,    vi i>   small,   nev      oi   r
,  h lit Inches  long, and
found in Btagnajit, sluggish or running
���i oi   brackish    The
ibs, in ���   ol   mosquitoes  at   Barbadoes
and ��� ��� became attrlb il d to
ile- pi ��� ence of these lish. and ���
ni-iil carried oui dui ag the pa I
thr e }��� ii ui the Hawaiian Islands
have quite Justified the theory that
���< he. are the mosi efflclenl destroj r
of ii Bpreadera of y How tevei and
llseases.
SUNUGHT
C ������ Wt f%I ft <r_ _______
'  know the difference
'  ilng   i hi  In ,,-.
done l'or you?
actually makes
f.  drop   oui    saw .:
and money   h_t   in]
neither hand  ,.
clothe . i -
.
d I f f e i
be >
Sunli ���;!���
and ordinary
i-capt,.
WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHOW
you bow it ls cheaper to buy our
high-cias- building mm nil -
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can poinl to
buildings buiit with our materials that n.-ver need repairs.
We run point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
, mesa lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Follow
Directions
ELECTRIC FURNACES
IN USE IN SWEDEN
EXHIBIT RECALLS STORY
OF THRILLING EPISODE
Full   Details   of   Revolutionary   Indus
trial  Invention  Forwarded to Sir
Wilfrid  Laurier
li-1,nu no  a.j
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District oi Ooast Range One,
��� i ' . ial i >, it. Anderson, ol
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, j, weler,
Intends to applj for permission to
purchase the following described
, ands:
Commencing at a post planted In n
mall bay on north shore ol Berry Island,  dated  .lane 4th,  1909.      Applying for the whole Island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S,  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated Juno 4th, 1909.
[Form  No   9.
LAND  ACT.
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La>t car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Bapperton and c'ty limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
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Sunday service half-hourly between S:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
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ter ���<> i-vw-ilen has forwarded u, Sir
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i-'t-i' I -iiimc-nt of an electric Bmelting
-,lii"i  ni  Troll inn i.-n Falls,    it  has 3
Fair Re-  ("nii"' ��� each ol 25, ilectrlc horse
power iii1 a capacity ol 75,000 ions
of pig lion. Cost of electric energy
will be $7.60 per horse liower for the
first ten years, ami $lu for the second
11 -i yours. Ore treated carried percentages of phoSporous ranging from
Seattle, July 6.���An interesting 410 lo 19-10 iron deposits, Ontario
story of th,. wreck of the U. S. S. and Quel.ec, and possibly the valleys
Saginaw and the marooning cm a ol the Ottawa and Gatineau present
small island in mid-Pacific of the crew this ve.;. peculiarity and Dr. Haanel
In the >'��ar 1S7f>. is revived with the Is extremely sanguine as to the pos-
.xlilbit, in the main government build- nihility ,.i the establishment of the
Ing   at   thp   Seattle   World's   Fair,   of   industr.   ;n  Central Canada.
the sextant,  made from  scrap, which '��� ���	
the  volunteer crew of five men  used   N|C��  QBJECTS FQR
THE BRIDAL COUPLES.
[Form  N'o. 9.
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
Distii.-t of (.'on.-;   Range One,
Take no I, e thai Jan es v\ atson, ot
Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for pennlsi on to pur-
chase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on
the  northeast   shore oi    Owl island.
Dated  June 6th, 1909.      Applying for
the whole island, containing ltiu acres
more or less.
JAMES WATSOiN.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June Gth,  1909.
[Form  No.  9.J
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,,    B.    C, occupation, lady,
'intends to apply for permission to pur.
.chase the  following  described   lands:
Commencing  at   a  post  planted  on
!the north shore of KlaoUsis island, a
small  island  south  of Turner  island,
j Dated  Jun,-  6th,  1909,    Applying  for
the whole island,    40 acres  more or
less.
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th   1909.
ocean   1500 "mil"
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secure aid.
li was after finishing work at Uie j
Midway islands that th_ U. S. S. ' Magma Fall-, July 6.���Two human
Saginaw started to return to San bodies are circling around the whirl-
Francisco The captain decide) to POOl, making three that have been
run over to Ocean island, In mid-Pa- discovered in the maelstrom during
elite, which was out of the ordinary the lasi week, and four that have been
track of vessels. During a rough removed from the lower river within
night the Saginaw herself was the same space of time. One body
wrecked on an outlying reef of the (was seen there yesterday, and ibe
island, hut happily all hands reached second was discovered today hy a
shore  in  safety. conductor  on  the ' Gorge  road,    who
Plans wer_ at once made to send'viewing the bodies through a field
a crew of four volunteers under glass, said they werr. headless, and
Lieutenant Talbot, IV S. .V. to the without legs or arms. Both bodies
Hawaiian islands for aid. One good are so far out from the shore, that
sextant had been saved from ibe ship, any effort to recover them is too haz-
but as it was believed that the five anions.
men  would never reach their d -stina-1
Hon,  It  was thought  advisable to re- (j  . Cigar a  Drug?
tain   the   good   sextant     and   build   a      Toront      JuIv  0_A  #**  clgar  ls
schooner  from the  wreckug-     There- & ^.^   ^ ,        ^
ore a sextant was made tor the small   bm ,   {   ^      dru     accordln    t0 a
boat out of a dial plate from a vacuum  M advanced in the Police Court
gauge,  an  old  copper  bolt.  wire,  etc.   vegterda        Danlei   Alger    a  clerk   in
lh_ tools used were a hammer, a hie, ;. ^^ &,  ^ Welleslev  streeti
cold chisel and pocket  knife. charged with committing a breach
Sailing   and   .-owing,   it   required  a    ��   .      UmVs  -       Act   b        ���,       ft
month of a stormy passage and guid- ,.,      *��� Sundav.   ^ c0unsel   jff j,
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooast  Kange One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at u post planted in
bay at northwest comer of Davies
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSHN,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
i-hase the following described lanUs:
Commencing at a post planted in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  60 acres  more or less.
BERGETA AN__RSON,
Pe,r S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
|mer, intends to apply for permission
,to purchase the following described
lands:
I Commencing at a post planted In
la small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Ap-
| plying for the whole island, containing 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.J
LAND ACT.
,     ,_._,    ,        -   ,'..     .     ,            . ���j   cigar on  -sunday.    nis counsel, .vn. .,.
ng ilu- little boat -tth the improvised w  c                  jn a    ,      of nm ,ity.
.extant before land hove in Bight     It ,    ..-,    c             ,,   ha     to that
the    Hawaiian     group.      While
sex
wa
trying   to   luud   through   the  breakers
the boat was capsized and all but one
dixiwiii-,'.     The    American    minister
sent   n   snip   at   once   and   rescued   the
nun on Ocean island.
Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Hark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY  AT ONCE.
Fraser   River   Tannery,   Ltd.
digging for water
discovers natural gas
M.lil.i. Man.. July 6.���Strong lndi-
cotu-i... of ii large supply of natural
gas In this district we,-,, again found
on J. Anderson's farm adjoining the
village. On June 30, while putting
down a well, at a depth of fifty feet
a rumbling sound was heard resembling a buggy going over a bridge. A
match wus lit over the wel] which resulted In un explosion of gas which
burned Anddrson's face but they are
less frequent and of diminishing severity.
a cigar Is not a drug," said the counsel for the defence.
Mr. Curry add.-d that he was quite
s. vious in advancing the defence 'hat
a cigar was a drug, and the magistrate
told him that the onus would he on
the defenc.p to prove that contention.
The case comes up again on July "th,
when  that   defence  will  be advanced-
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that Ralph  Jacobson,
of Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation, far-
imer, intends to apply for permission
I to  purchase  the  following  described
'lauds:
Commencing  nt   a  post   planted on
.the southeast shore in a small bay on
Compton    island.     Dated    June   4th,
] 1909.     Applying for the whole island,
'containing SO acres more or lesa
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H. FORD,  Ageut.
I    Dated  June 4th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take nolice tkat Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends io apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole Island, containing 90 acres-
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
MADE IN CANADA
EILLETFS
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
CIU,ETTS
JSrumJM
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Grade
Guarantee- Chemically Pure
SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS
Same Price as the poor
Adulterated Kinds
Westminster
Transfer Co.
"mes 'Phone 11s.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
^'tRgage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
���lirough the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
But  How About  Lynching?
Washington, in'.. July ti ��� The state
,i partmeni  has inform,��� i  the Guatemalan  government   thai  It   must  answer fm- the killing ol William Wright,
,i negro American cltlsen, at Livingston i;i-1 December.   Th,, attention o_
Guatemala has already been called to |
this case bj   the government    li   is
considered a oaBe of murder, bul Ivi* j
been handled in such a lux and un-1
lai,- manner  bj   the  local  magistrate
thai the United Suites has been compelled   to ask  for an explanation and
puulshmem   of  the   magistrates* con-
ivr-v-d.    This is an unusual case, he-
cause this governmenl is dictating to j
Guatemala how it shall conduct criminal cases in which American witnesses are concerned.  The denial of jus-
iir,.  bus   been  so  flagrant     that     the
state department  does  not  think   it
necessary to parley any  further, and  Where io buy furniture cheap as well
has  asked   for  th.   punishment of all as sood
concerned,
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing SO acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD,  Agent.
Dated June  lih, 1909.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
I Form  No. 9.1
LAND ACT.
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress of   Britain    July  16
For other dates and particulars apply to
E, GOULET,
C, P. R. Agent.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
The Question
Is Answered
by directing you to the store where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds in
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Will   Raise   Tax   Rate.
Victoria, July 6.���An addition of two
mills to the rate of taxation paid hist
year is likely to be the tax rate fixed
I this year.    That  will moan a rate of the city.
j twenty-seven mills on the dollar.    The!    I have a splendid Cream Separator
rate will  certainly  he  not  less  thun .for sale, nearly new.
I twenty-six  mills on   the dollar, ,    Come and  see bow much more you
can  get  for your    money  here tiian
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, nnd Unlit automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel. ���
Distrii
Take
Vancouv
Intends
purchase
lands:
Comm
hay  on
one  of
June   6t
whole  If
more or
Form of Notice.
���i  of  Coast  Range One.
iioiiee   that   Albert   Hunt,  Ot
er, u. O, occupation  farmer,
to apply    for  permission  to
���     the     following     described
dicing at a post planted In
north shore of Kees island,
the Anderson group. Dated
h.   1909.       Applying   for   the
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
land,
less.
containing    160  acres
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
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-Asylum,
-Royal  City  Mills.
-Carnarvon aud Tenth.
-Royal ..venue and Eighth.
-Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
-St. Mary's  Hospital.
-Second and FarK Row.
-Columbia and Dufferin.
-Sapperton.
-Royal Columbian hospital.
-Queen's Avenue and Sixth.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, salesman, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at B post planted on
the north shore of John island, nn island between Kees Island and Davies
lislnnd. Dated. June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June fith, 1909.
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-Third Avenue and Second.
25-
-Fifth Avenue and Foii'th.
26-
-Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27-
-Third Avenue and Tenth.
32-
-Agnes and Sixth.
34-
-Schaake Machine Works.
35-
-Columbia and McKenzie.
36-
-C. P. R. Station..
42-
-Small & Bucklin Mills.
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THE  DAILf  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7.
1909
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Purity
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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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SCYTHES,       SNATHS,       HAY-
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HAY  FORKS.
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE   HAVE  A   SCYTHE  ������MADE
IN     SWEDEN,"     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND  TO   YOU.
ALDERMAN O'CONNELL
IS NOT CONTENTED
He   Wanted    Reimbursement   for   His
Travelling  Expenses���Why Was
Official Brought So Far?
X Anderson & Lusby !
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Don't forget J. H. Todd's sale Of
musical instruments continues all this
week. The store will be open every
evening, Those wanting musical
Instruments at great bargains do not
fall to attend this sale.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORK
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
The management ot 'he New Westminster Lacrosse club is ai the present lim,. awaiting with some Intereai
the arrival of a letter from Tom���or
rather, Alderman O'Connell, as he
prefers to call himself, the Monu-. il
gentleman who acted us judge of play
referee for the Cup games,
The said Alderman O'Connell letl
ibis city surrounded by a thick atmo-
bi here of grouch. In fact, tho civic
gentleman was apparently ib(. oni.
one who hud any kick to make all -i'
lb,, games. The Indians were satis
ii.ii thai thej ba I been beaten by a
better team, and the Salmon Bellies
naturally were making no complaints
it   was   the  civic   gentleman   from
Montreal   who   turned   loose   the   Voice
ot wall  upon the gale.
Tb,- aid I'liiiin bad kick-, coming all
around. The principal one. however,
was in regard to his fees.
When the smiilv of battle had
cleared .away after the lasi game
Thomas came around to the secretary
of he local elub an 1 demanded that
lv be reim ursed for his traveling ex-
[penseB. This was something of a
staggerer, and reply was made thai it
was nol customary to pay referees
their traveling expanses, and that il
Mr. O'.'Connell had expected that he
should  have  spoken  of  it  before.
And with thai Alderman O Council
had io content himself. The controller ot the destinies Of Montreal
was, however, not one bit contented.
In fact, so peeved was be that he refused to take his check for $50, and
left for Vancouver, saying that he
could be found al the Vancouver hotel.
Thither Secretary Ryall forwarded
the $50 check.
Up to the present nothing more bas l|
heen seen of it. and it looks as if.
whatever he may think oi the trav. I
ing expenses proposition, Alderman
O'Connell had taken warning fromii
the fate of one McNaughton, who
tried to get $100 iusttal Of $.'>. f ���:
refereeing certain games, and returned his check. That check sui!
lies in New  Westminster.
Aud Lhe management of the club
is now asking just why Sir Edward
Clouston thought it necesssary to
name an official who had to come
such a long distance to do his work.
When New Westminster played in
the East the referees were always local men. The farthest that any referee traveled to acf at the last Cup
games in the East was about eighty
miles, one of the officials being
brought from Cornwall for the games
in Montreal. And he paid his own
expe_s_*i.
1
BOWLING
Results in the Duck Pin leagu, last
night  were as follows:
1.        2.     a. Tot.
Brysou 78      82     81) 240
Latham 89     85     .4 258
Total
.167
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated;
Songs.
���Barbare_ 89
Wilson 7U
167    161
2.    a.
82
92
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THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, \\ ea-
nesdav and Friday. Special matinee
for  ladies  and  children  Saturdays  at, ���J_5>nr's
498
Tot.
254
238
Total 162 174    156      492
Majority for Bryson and Latham, 6
pins.
1. 2.     a.    Tot.
Bryson 69 94     84      247
Latham 104 78   lio     295
Total.
2: an p. m.
Day.
.   ..IT.'! 172 197 542
1. 2. a. Tot.
.. .  80 90 78 24S
. .  94 75 92 261 |
 !-- =-= ���             -   ~ |        Total    174    165    170     509
|     Majority ,for Bryson and Latham. 33
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play   Purdy and Wlntemute.
LADIES:
We have a large and uiMo-dnte assortment of girls' and misses' dresses in sizes up to 16 years.     Prices from 75c up,
$75,000 for  Taft
Washington,  July   6��� With   the  beginning of the fiscal year today, Pies,
idem   Taft'-    salary     will    be  raised
'from $.,(1.0(111 to $75,000 a year.
Ladies   blouses  ranging up  to  $a.65  to clear ai,  each
,95c
y. BURNS & CO.
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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From   this   date   our   drivers   leave,
east and west, flrsl  trip at 8:30 a.m.,
and  second trip at  10:30 a.in.  sharp.
All orders placed before these hours |
will   be   guaranteed   prompt   delivery,)
and  all  meats  on   time.      Pleas,,   be j
sure to send  orders  early.
Afternoon delivery. _ p.m. and 4:iM)'j
p.m. sharp.
P. BURNS & CO.,
per E. C, TRA VES, Manager
June 21. 1909.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
_. 8. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
���"_�������.   A-sets over $168,000,000.00.
~*E_    WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
0. D. BRYMNER,'itanager.    -
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Sapperton
JTwelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
CHILDREN'S
Dresses
���d SuitS
HOLIDAY   DRESSES   OF   EVERY  DESCRIPTION  FOR  LITTLE  FOLK.      DRESSES MADE IN A SU
STANTIAL     MANNER���THAT   WILL   SERVE   TO  SOLVE   THE   PROBLEM    OF    WHAT    THE    CHI
DREN   SHOULD   WEAR  THROUGHOUT THE  SUMMER   MONTHS.     SPECIAL   PRICES   THIS   WEE.
THIS   STORE  CLOSES   AT 5   P.   M.   DAILY.   SATURDAY   EXCEPTED.
TRAVELLING  OR
CAMP  RUGS,
TWO SPECIAL LINES.
$1.75   AND   $3.50   EACH
barge size wool travelling rugs.
heavy weight with fringe at ends, attractive colorings in plaid designs.
Kaeh $3 50
Heavy cotton eiderdown rugs In
bright, attractive colorings; edges are
finished plain, especially desirable for
camp use.     Each $175
A   GREAT   VARIETY   OF
CHILDREN'S   SUMMER   DRESSES.
Serviceable dresses of mull  muslin,
prettily    trimmed with    Valenciennes
lace or with Swiss; embroidery and
lucks. .Many new styles from which
to choose, All sizes. Each, $1.75
to ..$8.50
BOYS'  SUMMER
SAILOR  SUITS.
Popular aiiii attractive little auits
lo,- the hoys, made from white duck;
hav.- sailor collar of navy drill, trimmed with while braid and nicely tiu-
ish.-d. For boys a to 7 years of age.
Each, $i.5u to $2.00
50  DOZEN
LADIES'   AND   CHILDREN'S
HANDKERCHIEFS, 5c  EACH,
50c PER DOZEN.
Good quality lawn and Swiss cambric handkerchiefs, with 1-4 or 1-2
inch borders or plain hemmed edge;
special value, 5c each;  per dozen, 50c
SMALL   BOYS'
BUSTER   SUITS
One of the most popular styles In
hoys' suits. A nice range here from
which to choose. Th.-e little suits
are  made   from   plain   tan,  navy  and
white gingham; also in mat stripes.
Sizes suitable for boys, 2 to 7 years
of age.      Each $1.25
LADIES' COTTON
UNDERVESTS  AND  DRAWERS
35c EACH. OR 3 FOR $1.00.
CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
LACE   HOSE,
25c  PER  PAIR.
Black, tan and while cotton hose
in all sizes for misses and children.
Pull length, openwork; regular values
30c and 35c.      Per pair 25c
NEW
GOLF JACKETS
Ladles' and misses' sizes in all the
new styles of the popular und serviceable golf coats and jackets.
Mad., of line Imported yarns, soft and
firm in finish; shown In white, black,
grey, navy, rown and cardinal in
self colors or trimmed with contrasting shades, Jackets are mad,. In
Norfolk, coal style; others have three
pockets; without belt; another i*>p-
ular style Is fastened at Side and has
a roll over collar. All sizes. Each
$2.25 to $5.00
A wide range 0f siyh-s in theaa
much used summer undergarments.
We sel| "WatSon's" high-grade knitted
underclothing, The display of undervests and drawers at 86-, or a for fl,
is the largest ..ver shown in the dty,
ami we offer better values than ever.
WHITE COTTON AND LISLE UN-
IHORVl-STS with shoulder straps and
short or long sleeves; mmi,, |n flne
or wide rib; neck finish,id with drawstring.
DRAWERS ai^ in knee or ankle
length, op.-n und closed styles. See
our window display at this special
price.      Kaeh.35c, or 3 for $1.00.
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