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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LIFE   -
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
v.oU vn; i. NUMBER 166,
:\V WESTMIN8TBR, B, C, TUESDAY MORNING, -Hl.Y 20, 19(
I*IYK CENTS PER <'<>f��
ir PUGSLEY PROMISES AID
10 ROYAL OirS ASPIRATIONS
BOABY APPOINTS     SOCKEYE APPEAR       'SOCIAL EVIL PROBLEMlS        I
RESIDENT ENGINEER       IN ERASER RIVER        iriiu d_hto_ .itv rnii��>ni
AGAIN BEFORE UIY lOlkil
Council Gives the Position to'Boats Made Small Catches
linister of Public Works Receives Hearty Civic Welcome
Gives Appreciative Address to Board of Trade-
Hon. William Templeman Gives Assurance of Co-operation.
Frederick L. McPherson-
Much Work Awaits Him.
Yesterday
Today.
Canneries Run
The most Influential meeting ol the
..   held  in   this  City   for
.. ..I  yesterday after-
Hon. Or. Pugsley, mln-
|ler ���|   , works,  and   Hon.   Wil-
j in,  minister ol   inland
��yeDU, a the proposed river
Jprove The    meeting     was
|,,!(l ;i,  fly,   o'clock  upon   the arrival
the mialBters from  Steveston, and
t lion'i        ,' ntlemen faced a ills-
|i���.. boring,
[preBidenl  J.  A.   Lee  occupied   the
hair.    Among Uie company was the
|_h"_i leader In the provincial house,
v Macdonald, K. C, past and pres-
dt membera of the federal house for
constituency,   representative-   of
civic life  of    New   Westminster
Dm the first  to the present   mayor,
of neighboring municipalities,
ex-riiiint.   judge in  the  person  of
(on. W. Norman Bole, and prominent
pml/era of the professional and bu_-
tife ..i the city.
Ministers Well   Received.
J The ministers had a very cordial
ceptlon, Mayor Keary pay-ng irib-
to iln waj in whloh the depart-
nit of public works had kept Its
(onuses,   and  was   cheered  In  his
Iftrenoes to Mr, Templeman'a inter
t frequent!} shown In the New
estmlnster district.
Hon. William Templeman, who has
>t spoken here since the federal
���
opportunity,      Mr   Crean    iaid thi re
were   millions   of   feel   of   lum        B
ess.ble   to   the   FraaeT  and   ll
tarles, requiring only  an opportunity
to   gel   out.        He   also   ii iu )��� r\   to   the
advantages of fresh  ove.- sah  water
The advance guai i of this season's
nm appeared In  th.   river yesterday,
and tbe main body is expected some
tiiii. toward the close ol tne week.
Boats pul out from al] the canneries
, ., _____��� ���,l)'es 'lay, .mi although none of tlie
of the appointment of ^erm/n SUI,, ,.a,.tl n ^.{uu, v,r}
is ii  under the eon- ,,,. _, ,, .,.._.   ".,?   _.*.,......
\\ _   .  .
chance
harbors, and  concluded.
the   goods,  all   we   want   is  a
to  deliver  them."
A Great Future.
Mr. Dole was applaud, d ou refer
ring to the river as the district's
greatest asset. with the progress
made in late years the west would
soon become the proudesl Jewel in
th^ crown of federation. 11,. pointed
out that the Praser was tihe second
greatest waterway of Canada. With
proper development the river would
expand trade in all directions, and the
expansion which had takeu place under adverse circumstances showed
what might be doiii- with proper direction. Although not in sympathy
with their |>olit;cal ideas, he congratulated the cabinet on the way in
which they had tak. n tbi river improvements in hand. I Loud applause. I
Mr. Templeman.
Hon. W. Templeman was warmly
received, and having briefly referred
to th-e trip of that day, continued: 1
am pleased thai you have only one
Question, although a vast one, in New
Westminster for Settlement, for in
the  city   where   I   r. side, although   I
we
i.i _    L.    McPherson,    hue "i
Scotland,   was   appointed
��� i i"i  the municipality of Bur-
��� .i       al  ih.   mi-' ii.n   ..:   thi   council
Ictpality held last even-
.    e   mutter
v.  ve,-   hits
slderatlon of  the    municipal  council-
for   some    time.     ApplicaUons
for the position wer.  called for some
.i. ���   ago, ami  fifteen  were  reci Ived
,\i ,i recent special meeting, three or
four names   were chosen    trom the
mass    of    lhe applicants,    and  these
w<  ,   considered al lasi evening's session,  the  council  finally  deciding  in
favoi  nl Mr. Mcfherson.
Up tn the present Burnaby has had
no municipal engineer, its engineering wink having be.-n done hy A. J.
Hill, of this city, and Col. Tracy of
Vancouver, Tlie council has decid-
eo. however, that in consideration of
the extenslvr plans for Improvements
now before it. a resident engineer is
::, ded.
Large Delegation of Citizens Urges Stringenl  Measures to
'Stamp 0_t Vice ���By-Laws Are Advanced and August 25 Fixed For Date of Poll ���To Invite
Municipal Delegates.
The city council was again engaged peared resolved to build up a restrict-
llli'll'
lam evening with ths social evil tjuee-
Uon, a deputaUon   of   about eight)
'lead.ni; cit liens waiting on the aider-
I men.      The   whole  question  was  re-
ferred 'o the police commissioners.
The   Social   Evil.
The delegation presented  a  resolution   and   statement,   the   principal
speakers  being    Oeorge    Bmall,  who
HAILWAY COMMISSION
ipaign     In     October,      appeared  am   not   now   [.tg   representative
i. _d io be on a non-political  mis- jjave several  questions."
and promised    ""'
 his   co-operation
the development of tha port.
v. Pug-ale; ] speech was punctured
h i in. rs    ii,. showed hlmseli alive
the necessity of  Improvement  of
river channel and  determined  to
the w(lrk '���" a linish.      He said:
government ol this country will
on  In the  realisation  of    your
���rations."
Chairman'i   Introduction.
asld nt Le.. welcomed 'he mints-
and Mi.d their visit would show
the things   thn   city asked  for
��� worthy of consideration.   There
only seven had points requiring
en ii.ii on the lower river, and with-
difflculty thej   nmld  be reduced
(two. in addition to th. existing
Ustiies there were others knock-
sl   'heir doors   requiring   only  a
ep channel to salt water. with
the citj would become one of the
and mos: prosperous in Canada,
a credit to the Dominion. (Ap-
"������'      He  invited   the   mayor   to
Haiti the needs-of the district to the
lorahlc gem:,men.
Mayor Speaks.
Ma. .r Keary    referred  at  the onto th., Interview he had last year
JOttawa with  Hon.  Ur.  Pugsley on
|liall of the river commissioners and
1 'll>   had   a   cordial   welcome
Pm the departmenl and the minister
kept liis promises.     He promised
Idredge and
Ottawa, July 19.���Thy Railway Com
mission is taking up the important
question of the protection of the public at railway crossings, and In an
order just Issued all  railways are in
 ___   structed to make ta the iboard before
pressed with the importance of the j September 1st a return of the number
Fraser river, and alter the delegation ,of such crossings and the fatalities
visited  Ottawa    last    year the inltia- .occurring  at  them.    The  matter,    "
While   'he   government   ha 1  moved
slowly,  as    governments    did,  during
the  last   couple  of  years,  the  depart- -
men!   of  public  works    had been im-
tive toward the scheme was taken by
the purchase of a dredge   which he
regretted repairs  [invented Ur. Pugs-'Commission's action Is understood
a personal  visit, both
which   promises     he   had
I I,  and   h,,
Mmid be
"mlses hi 	
had succeeded In convincing Ur.
thai a 30-foot channel to the
meant  the  Uf,  of  this
the welfare
__. Uv.
u.
ne Had  fulfilled
hoped  the  ni'nis-
equally  faitiiiui  In  any
might   make    that   day.
of   this   district,
of tlie  province gen-
IHI.
ob-
���       ox-
other   ways
a   lib u 1     to
and   district.
Thanks   Mr   Templeman.
.. worship wished to thunk Hon.
vim  for his assistance to
" '   l",|li ii    Benator, and cabinet
'���";':'-     1'inoiie.h  him largely the
1 ' ���iii.il    Society   had
" vuiii,ui grant tor the
'"i   in   various
""���ll      IliniSell
������   Westminster city
.  i ^^^^^^^^^^
clti believed it bad a gra.ni
' cond to none in the Domin-
WPlause), and he hoped the
would not refuse any reason-
squests so tar as they were
;'" Branl tor the river and harbor
(applause). He hoped Ur.
would visit again, in fact.
annual trip to the coast (re-
d B-PPlause).
B. C,
I
ilnel
arks
tig-ley
ike an
Th,
.'S Great Waterway.
ley and himself seeing at work, still
before his colleague returned, he
might yet se It  in operation.
A  Feasible   Scheme.
He agreed with tlios,- who had
spoken on the enormous possibilities
of this river, aud the country adjacent, wiih this port and harbor. He
passed to remark what revenue the
Dominion might derive from the sale
of the enormous qua"tiUe- of timber
in the railway belt rendered accessible from the creation of a thirty-loot
cuanni'l  to the gulf
li was a great engineering problem,
yet engineers said it was quite possible to have a thirty-foot channel from
.rtili.-ide to the mouth of the river,
and he noped to see the gigantic work
done as soon as it could be accomplished. "It will have,' he said, "my
hearty  co-operation.   (Applause.)
Government Alive.
Ur. Pugsley was well aware of the
needs of that great western province
and the work to be done In developing our natural resources. "It is the
policy of the government," he declared, "to give th_ best transportation facilities we can, and in giving
such facilities the government has
-;, nt millions and millions at Montreal, and it is j life- * as necessar) We
should spend a percentage of our
moneys in bringing facilities to the
city of New Westminster. (Applause.')
A  Grain   Port.
The honorable gentleman reterr. .1
to the work of the government at
Port Arthur nnd Fort William to handle- the grain of the wesi. and concluded by stating 'hat th-e grain ol
Alberta and a large part of Sas-.ii
chewan would come to the Pacific
Ocean (applause), to this city and
Vancouver tappliuisel. and Ur. Pugsley us the member for St. John city
did not need to be told the fiemand
for good barbo. facilities to meet the
crop as t came to the ports, (Loud
applause.)
Much  Impressed.
Hon. Ur. Pugsley was warmly received. Hy could assure them it
gave him a great deal of pleasure to
be with the mafter the pleasant trip
on the FraBer river that day. "I
think," h_ continued, "It is impossible
I.n ,, catches, all thoBe who
nev got some lish.
Among Ui�� boats putting in to the
Unique cannery, the average was
abou; a dozen lish to the boat, and
onlj about two hundred lish were received ui all. The h. .ui men reporting at the Industrial and Bt Mungp
told of slightly    higher   catches, tne
average at the former cannery oelng (introduced the deputation, aud  Ret
about twenty-live a boai. ,1.    s.    Henderson.     Mayor    Keary
Canneries Run Today. pointed out the difficulties  . -lore  the
All three of these canneries are council In enforcing the law, and the
running today, while ""nl has been whole matter was referred to tlie po-
received from the mouth of Uie river hce commission. The Statement and
to the effect that tho maojrity of tho resolution ran:
[canneries there are also operating. "Whereas our attention has been
The Industrial expects to put up called to the return ol a number of
about one hundred cases today, while undesirable persons, removed by au-
the St. Mlingo will handle something thorlty from out* city some months
over one thousand fish. ago,  and  to  the alarming  increase  'U
From    reports    received   from the the social evil In our midst.
Bfihermen it appears that  those oper- j    "And   whereas   the  unlawful   traffic
a'ing in the upper reaches of the river carried  on  by  these persons is injur-
rfll \'ir_L'U _   I UlHCIUI C  eot "'*-' If**8,1681 number of BBh,    The  lug the good  name and retarding the
__i.ul--_.ri-   UHUuuInOOi"l8,*'e*t Cftt��l1 Ot Which word has been  progress   Of   our   city,   and   threatens
"received was eighty-two. jto destroy the character and ruin the
  Many Salmon in Gulf. health  of   many   of  the  youth  of   the
It ls  staled   that   a  large   body  of city and district, and to bring shame
l&sues Order to All   Railway Compan-1salmon has appeared In the gulf, and  and grief Into our homes-
these  are  expected   to  arrive  in  the,     "And   whereas   We   have   reason   to]
river some  time  toward  the end  of believe that    many   desirable indivi-1
th.-   present  week,   when   fishing   will  duals  and    families    have   been pre-
begin in earnest. ! vented on  account of  this evil  from
making their homes with us.
"Now therefore bo it resolved:
"That we, as a body of citizens, do
forthwith    approach    the    proper authorities and demand  that  the cause
of complaint ibe removed.
"And be it turtJwr resolved that we
further pledge ourselves to use every
means in our power to eradicate the
evil fom our city and to support the
authorities to that end."
A   8erious  Problem.
Small    said  the    subject   had
members  of   the    deputation    for several
meetings.      They   recalled  with   con
ies to Return  Statistics by September 1.
it
will  be  recalled, has very  frequently
been discussed in Parliament and the
have connection with it. When the
returns are received the board wdll
consider what action ls necessary,
dealing with the question generally
and also in specific cases.
DOCTORS MEET
IN CONVENTION
International  Gathering of
Medicos Opens Today at'^^'^si^by'T
Seattle.
slderable pleasure
Dr.  R. Eden  Walker.      . _
of the B. C. Medical Association, left which
for  Seattle   yesterday  to  attend  the time,
which opens turned
   attempts which
were made iby the council in the past
the persident ;to Suppress the evil, and lhe success
^^^^h , ilium,      ��,_   vv_- ��..*..���.      .�����   �������� ��
' chairman invited brief speech- for anyone to see this great river, one
'm members.     E. J. Crean andi~v~vv %^^s~~*������
Norman Bole, K. C, took the I (Continued on Page Five.)
;ommission Finds No
Remedy For Dread Disease
l-ndon, juiy i9.__The seven years' experiments yielding absolutely nega-
or|t of the Imperial cancer research U ����� i< tuits. , .,
nnua:;8eer;r rry�� ^Jf^a^sS^s^
nu. meeting over which the Prinos Hue of in<luirr which leads tfc.em- lo
presided.    This organ:atiort tpea|: hopefully of final suocess. Now
said U> be the head of the. that 'he work of eliminaUon has ��*'-n
r"J s campaign against one of the c.-mideted they are devoting their ei-
appalilng physical    evils    with  forlb  almost   exclusively   to    expen-
humanity    contends.      Their _rent_ upon mice, which an. extre ne-
is now complete, with the *��*  lv srrceptlble to cancer.   Their   hor.
^8lng result that everything a.h uv<.g and great fecundity enabto**s-*
disproved and rejected. Try.isfn to bo made ta % few months, which "
last to go, the most dabo.-t. j-rrrpn beings require centorlee. i
Dost
Kid
fork
till!-]
een
li
The Vanoouver Power Company has
put   in    another    application    to the
water commissioner for a record of big convention of doctor
150 cubic fe*?t from a creek running]in that ciiy today,
into the MisHlloet river, north Arm of j This convention will be attended
Burrard Inlet. The company has I by doctors from this province, and
also asked for a record from the Mis- from the states of Idaho, Jregon and
lilloet river itself. Both applications Washington. Papers will be read toy
wil, come up in August. ] distinguished medicx-l men. and the
  annual meeUngs of the medical associations of B- C, Oregon, Washington and Oregon will also be held in
attended their efforts for a
However, the women Inul re-
*n   greater   numbers,   and   ap
ed district in the West Knd. They
hoped the city authorities would w
iiuilv them from the city; the deputation il' thej would be aa successful as ever. Having referred to the
faei ih.. women were frequent violators ul iii.. law. and a had object les-
BonBon to the young people, Mr.
Small said the deputation were earnestly, seriously and deeply concerned
as to some action  being  taken.
An Awful Record.
Kev. .1. _. Henderson said 'his application had been inspired from a
citizens' committee and not from the
ministerial association. He traced
the history of the suppression movement in the city, and Srerred to tho
experience of other countries. From
his study of the question he founil
wii bout a single exception experience
showed that suppression nit her than
regulation of the vice was general.
Speaking with considerable feeling
he said people in this western continent Fceined incapable of righteous
indignation, and referred to tin.
growth of the while slave traffic, with
its   Incident  horrors,   in   proof  of  ths
statement
 Suggest Raids.
Aids. Smith, Johnston, Adams and
Gray siwke, and Mayor Keary asked
what   could   the   deputation   suggest'.'
Mr. Small sa'd frequent raids or
both sexes, with suspended senionccs
to pui fear into the offenders, should
they appear again, seemed to be the
oul.,   remedy.
The mayor explained the steps
taken He said they were working
under the Canadian criminal code ln
dealing with these cases, and tl was
almost Impossible to secure a conviction unless the women pleaded
guilty. Tho difl_culty was to eradicate the evil without making it more
serious  than  at preBent.
After ex-Aid. Garrett had spoken
the deputation  withdrew.
Debentur-i  Bylaws.
Bylaws were read for:
Royal Columbian hospital  ...�� 30,000
(Continued  on   Page  Klgtit).
LANDING REQUIRED
FOR STEAMSHIP LINE
Police Commissioner Scores
Attitude of Ministers
Capt.    Worsnop
Vessels if Accommodation
is Given Here.
  Winnipeg, Man., July 19���T. Mayne
| the course of  which  the  officers  for Daly, police commissioner and police
the    association-    for    the    ensuing mlstrat     ro ,le(1  thlfJ    1I)wnlng  t0
terms    will    be    elected.      For    the i , ,      ., ,, ,   , ,
transaction of  business the    assocla- certaln  'uslnuations which  have been
tions   will  meet    separately,  but the,made regarding the  methods of him-
reading of papers aud dlscusBion will self, the commission and the police in
take place in sessions of the conven- administering the morality department
PrnmiQP��5!ll.ntiattended ^ ^ ^ aS80C'aU��n8 In the course of which he arraigned
rromises ion y. ^^ DoctOPg AUend. J,lle ,lloral condition of this city, and
This  city    will   be  represented   by  pronounced   a   sensational   indictment
iOr.  R.  E.  Walker    and  Ur.  Doherty, of conditions which have arisen since
I superintendent of the provincial hi-  segregation was abandoned five years
I pi tai for the Insane.     Vancouver will
Urs.     Boyle,  Mc-
Ualy, were going to the devil, not li��
houses of Ill-repute, but on street corners and in their own homes.
NATIONAL GAMPAItiN
FOR LAYMEN'S MUVtMLNI
be represented hy ^^^^^^^^^^
Kechnle, (jillies <_id Weld, while from
Victoria there will be Urs. Jones and
Hundell.
Many    distinguished    medical  men
will attend the convention, two of the
���i.est known  being  Ur.  Hecker of Chicago, a well known surgeon, and Dr.
Iloswel]  I'ark of Buffalo, another Celebrated surgeon, who attended  President  McKinley  after he hud  received
the wound  Which proved  fatal.
To Consider Proposal.
In the course of the convention tho
^^_^^^_^^^^^^^__^^__^^__     m C.  Medical    Association    wlll con-
merchanta $U a ton on freight ueuv-1 gj^gj, n,,, proposal of th�� associations
eivd to them. lof Saskatchewan,    Manitoba   and Al-
Mayor Keary repo.ed the matter berta for the standtlrdlatlon of the
to the city council last evening and ' regulations of 0>e four provinces. Tho
the  market committee will  report  at]matter will  Ive broached by represen
Captain Worsnop, of the Canadian-
Mexican steamship line, informs
Mayor Keary that he will guarantee
to bring his vessels here monthly If
the city will provide a landing place.
He will land freight but requires
a landing in deep water with ii wliaif
���ttlll feel long. The captain suggested thnt iin extension of the market wharf by ten feci would meet all
the requirements. He is prepared
Ui pay BO cents a ton wharfagi dues,
would enable hlm to save the
a ton on freight  dellv-
ago. The occasion aroSe In connection with cases against some women
caught in the liolice dragnet of last
Saturday, which has led to much criticism of the apparent determination
of the police to establish new Hegregu.
Hon districts.
Referring to the vile Insinuation he
said had been made, Mr. Ualy said lf.
was time the Winnipeg public knew
the tacts of the cases. In January,
mui, a raid had been made o,i the segregated district of Thoinii" street unl
al the time many people fei.red that it
Canadian     Council     Plans   to  Arouse
Interest in Missionary Work
Throughout Dominion.
Thl
Toronto, July 19.���Meetings wlll
probably be held in Ontario in 3ept-
ember, and in the Western provinces
in October and November, In connection   With   'lie   laymens     missionary
movement,   The Canadian council ha��
just Issued a stati ment as to the policy and plans for work throughout
tlu. Dominion    IIHTeivni dcitoni.na.loi>
would result in the city being flooded committees bave indorsed ths plans.
wiih  women oul of   oontroi ol ihe and will co-operate in the work during
the next meeting on  the cost of
proposed improvement.
the
HARRIMAN PLANS
TO ELECTRIFY ROAD
Autsorizes Placing  of  Order for Supplies Totalling Over Thirteen
Million.
New Yprk, July 19.���Officials of the
Southern Pacific railroad are today
awaiting a cablegram from E- H. Harriman, authorizing the placing of or-.
ders aggregating $13,000,000 for the'
electrlflcjitlon of the Sacramento dt-
vision of that system.
It waa stated here that the cablegram is hourly expected. Oae reason
for making the change from steam to
electricity It that steam -locomotives
have Always been hampered by steep
grades, know and saowaftsds in the
haul from Reno, Nev.. ^tftosramen-- '
ito.
police. Tins had proved unhappily the
OaSS, Mr, Daly quoted some alarming
figures in support. Since 1804, S-f>
Illegitimate children bin been born In
the city; 124 ln 1805, 175 In 1808, 820
"     the
tat Ives of the medical associations of  ln 1907, 251  in 1908, and  115  lu
the three prairie provinces.
SHAREHOLDERS MAY
GET MONEY RACK
Liquidators  of  Sovereign Bank Make
Encouraging Report te Board of
Directors.
Toronto. July 1��.^-At a meeting of
ths shareholders of the Sovereign
Bath this morning the eld director-
were re-elected and statement by liquidators were received, showing that
liabilities w_re reduced during the
year by aboflt $4,842,780, leaving a
remaining debt of about $5,356,346.
The total -surplus is estimated at
Sl,842,888,i out of which the various
claims arising will he met. No new
call will lhe necessary on the shareholders and if the various assets turn
out as welli as expected there may be
even a return of some of the capital.
first six months of the present year.
Hundreds   ot   young   girls,   said   Mr.
the fall and winter, 'lhe hest result*
it is agreed, are lite ly to coma through
linger Inter-deiiomltiut oual meltings. \ district meeting QOVlTlng
two days each, will be held In every
province, at such points that every
church may be able to send one or
mora delegates.
Sight-Seeing Tourists
Are Locked in the Tower
_\_w   York,   July  19.���The  Lonim  were uncertain  whether an attempt
correspondent of the Sun says:���Tb? had  been  made to carry  away   the
amusing lf   somewhat    embarrassing C101"1 Jewe,�� ��* *<> blow ��P *he To^
-i      ���      _,.--_ hi . i   _   and wat-h was kept on the tourists-
situation In which 300 Tower of Ix>n- .__���,  m ^^  wa���  g,Ten  fop    tha
don  visitors  were placed.when tlwy doors and gates  to be swung   open
suddenly Sound themselves imprison- again. >
ed behind locked doors brings to light j _~__=_-__B________________ae
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 20,  i
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must <ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and   . .
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 must of n cessity   know   all   about  us   and
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  timet.
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WANTED���TWO    BEDROOMS   AND  H.  T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR ANU AC-
sitting room neighborhood of Carnegie Library by two gentlemen.
Apply  Rex,  Daily  News otflce.
WANTED ��� GOOD DINING ROOM
girl. Apply at once :it Gulchon
hotel.
countant (successor to C. Hamber)
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for tho
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham.
blv block, P. O. box 795.
WANTED���POSITION BY JAPAN-
ese boy in hotel. P. O. Box 298,
city.
WANTED ��� A SMALL COTTAGE
near city, in exchange   foi  lot (In
East Vancouver Heights, 1 block
from Hastings street new car line),
and cash   payments.      Address  H2,
Daily News ollice, city.
WANTED���QIR_ TO WORK AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply _2U Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
ARCHITECTS.
W.   D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room  11. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  Q.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT-
IS uiehon Block.    Telephone 338,
LOST.
L.OST ��� AT QUEENS PARK,
child's gold locket and chain. Initials M. F. H.; also contains photo
of two children. Finder please
leave at this offlce.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  und   Insurance  Agents-
City,  farm  and   suourban   property,
2G0 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 180
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer 10U.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
550,  phone  334.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILES .ROM
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price, $2200;  terms.
X.OST ��� IN ORANGE PARADE,
bunch of keys; finder kindly return
to W. E. Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
IXXST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl     missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
I our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���"ELDRIDGE B" SEW-
ing machine, almost new; price
$25.     Vidal & Bacchus.
CARRIAGE 8HOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens-
blacksmith shop on Eighth street
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
POR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART  the    PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CO.
wagon, democrat, harness; snap ,
for cash. 352 Sherhrooke street, j
Sapperton.
POR   SALE���CHEAP  LOTS,   50x120,
Cleared; Sixth street car line.   Price   .
$200 each.      Cash $25;   balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
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.
PORSALE-A    NICE.  NEW    FIVE-1 >' ��**������. ���jjfcg��i
room cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; balance to' suit purchaser. G. Hall,
East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
i street car line, at city limits; elec-
' trie light, hot and cold water, batn,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C. Box 56,
City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO  LET���LARGE  BEDROOM,
ner Agnes and Seventh, No.
COR-
701.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSI-,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
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��� _afc
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.	
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.  N.  DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND  SUR-
* fveyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
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 monumental tombstones, bu Irting
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���Kor healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlning, 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 ft EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackle 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 of
flee 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
Dally News Block, Sixth Btreet.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT it. CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting ot
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, cofee or milk.
SECOND-HAND STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
ofllce. , t\ j -><
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY      AND;
Typewriting;   copy    work,   business
letters,    etc.      Province    ollice, Columbia street.     Phone 02.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lome street, W. N. Cany, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket ollice,
Ryall's Drug Store.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-1
tola    street.        Fins-class     moving
pictures;   illustrated  songs;   numer-
ous attractions.      Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
and Noveiiiii ir, at *"* pn>. Annua
meetings on Hie third Thursday ot
Febmarv. New members maj he
proposed and elected al any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
O O. F���ROYAL CITY LODGE
Mo. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' bail,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at s o'clock. Visiting brethren
win be made welcome G. E, UUley,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
, lorlng. A new line of spring suiting just ln. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, offlce and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
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. W.���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, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. M��� King Solomon Lodge,
No. it, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L,
No. 1160; L. 0. L., No, 1593; Court
Sapperton. No. 4683, I. O. F.; C, O.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No.  2D.
LAND   REGISTHY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
been 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 Westminster, to F. McCleery, bearing date thia
9th day of January, A. ll.. 1904, of all
iand singular thai certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, ly-
|ing and being In tlie City of New
i Westminster, in tlie Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described 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 day_ from the
!dat-e of the flrst publication of this notice, otherwise I shall register F. Mc-
l Cieery as owner thereof in fee. And
jl hereby direct that publication of
'this notice ln a daily newspaper for
j thirty days, published at New W'est-
i minster, will be good and sufflcli-nt
I ervlce thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
,New Westminster, Province of British
iColumbla. this 26th day of February,
A.  D..  1909.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph E.
Gaynor Estate.
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any
interest In the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest In the
said land by descent, who_e title 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 so sold for tax <\s as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
purchaser within forty-flvi
the date of the flrsl pu dli ��� "
notice upon you, and  In ,
caveat or certificate of lis
ing filed within such perlo !
fault of  redemption   bi f
Hon. you and each of you v.
ever estopped and debai red
1 ilng up any claim to or In
the said   land,    and    I   .-lm
Peter Henderson as own
fee.     And I hereby ordi
cation of this notice for tl ..,
la dally  newspaper  publish, . ,
Westminster,  will  be good m
cient service thereof.
Dated   at   the  Land   Ri Offio
New Westminster, Provlm
Columbia, this 3rd dav of  '.'        .  I(
1909
C. S. Ki
District   i
To  Yuk     Chee,
John .1. Weir.
Chew
Kap,
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. In tbe Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark, W.
Pres.; H. Schofleld, secretary
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month ln K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Sutherland.
BOARD OF TRADE)���NEW WE8T-
mlnster Board ot Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
. ike notice, that an application
has been made to rpriiter Peter Henderson as the ownei In fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and clerk oi 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 tiact of
land and premises situate, lying and
being In the Distrir. of New Westminster, In the Province of British
Columbia, nice particularly known
and described as Lots 3 and *. af
Block 4, heing part of Lots 7 anc*. _
Group 2 Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being p*rt of Lots 7 and 8, Group 2;
Lot 9, of Block 4, being part of Lots
7 and 8, Group i.
You end those claiming through or
under you and aU persons claiming
any interest In the said land 'by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any Interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
ts not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are re
quired to contest the claim of the tax
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATION..
Any available Dominion Lan ls nti.
in the railway belt In  British Wim-
jbia, may  be homesteaded by any fit-
ison wtio is the sole head of a tamilj
or any male over 18 years of age, V)
the  extent  of  one-quarter  section ol
11.0 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personal! _:
Uhe local land offlce for the dl.inct
lu which the land Is situate. Knlrj
by proxy may, however, be made on
, certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Biter of an Intending homestead-i.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connecte i t_.re-
���with under one ot the t->::uwi_|
| plans:
(1) At least six months' resWeati
;upon and cultivation of the land un
jeach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lt tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resldes upon a farm In the vicinity cl
the land entered for, the r-quiretneDti
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the MM
or mother.
(8) If the settler hag his permBSl
I residence upon farming lan! WS.
iby him In the vicinity of lv oo��
stead, the requirements as to resMas
jmay be satisfied by residence 'Jl*1
the said land.
Six months' notice in wrimv slwJ
be given to the commission r of Dominion lands at Ottawa ot intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may W
leased for a period of twentyow
years at an annual rental Jl V"
acre. Not more than 25 '��� a01*1
shall be leased to one Individual or
company. A royalty at the rate "!
five cents per ton shall be i ..Ilected
on the merchantable coal nun I
W. W. COKV
Deputy of the Minister of the !",<'rlor
N.B.���Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will not be pa"1
for.
LAND ACT.
Comox Land District.
,    District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
Take notice that O. B. Jaconson, oi
Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher,
intends to apply for permission W
lease  the  following    descrimil  land-
Commencing at a post plant*! at
the west end of Lewis island, th_��
northerly, easterly, southerly ani **
terly and northerly, followliin ��_
shore line around the Ulan! tn tne
point of commencement, contain! .
800 acnes more or leas.
Staked April 8th, 190J
OLE B. JACOBSON.
MERGE UNIONS OE
RAILWAY EMPLOYES
Twenty-Five Unite and Join
the American Federation
of Labor.
Chicago, July 19.���Organization of
a railway employees department of
the American Federation of Labor was
completed today by the merger of 25
unions of American, Canadian and
Mexican railway men or unions affiliated with railway employees. The now
department embraces 2,500,000 union
employees on 70,000 miles of railway.
The new department will be conducted hy a eeparate governing Ibody
from the American Federation of La^
tor. Temporary officers selected are
H. B. Pelham, president, and D. W.
Roderick, secretary-treasurer.
Embracing the various departments
of railway employees, the new organisation includes clerks, telegraphers,
blacksmiths, etc.
Great   Statwnan   Dead.
Vienna, July 19.���Count Caslmlr Ba-
denl, former Austrian Premier ls dead.
Count Caslmlr Badenl was born ln
Poland in 1846. He became governor
of Austrian Poland, and was nicknamed "The Mikado of Qallcla," Ibe-
cause of his gorgeous ceremonials. In
September, 1859, he became prime
minister of a non-party Cabinet, but
resigned ln 1898, saying to the Emperor in explanation of his course:
"I cannot take the responsibility.
Bloodshed will ensue If I remain In
office."
Mall Service
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wffl send you
free a cake of their famous Plan to 1
toilet  soap, if  you mention  this paper. '
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of malls at the New Westminster post office; tte hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which l�� half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the G. N. R. South
and C. P. R. east malls, not Including
the way mails, Sapperton, Eraser
Mills and Coquitlam,
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'ciock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for Abboieiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 am.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, exoept Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Gulchon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���StraWDerry    Hill, Timberland and  South  Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���Eaet Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, Iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ctos�� at
2:30 exoept Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham    Island and Sun-
bury, dally except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
J. C. Bruce."     (Steveston mall dee-
patched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and   fiper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nleomekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne.
head en Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall ls despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
S. polnis east and south, via G. N. it
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R��� east, _ ra-
B-t Mills. This mall takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spenoes' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all points east
except Kootenays.
Malls  Received.
6:45 am.���Bialne and Seattle, including all U. 8. points, via G. N. R.
"Owl."
8:20 am.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 am.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday *nd Friday).
9:30 am.���Vancouver and Victoria.
via O. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, fort
Gulchon, Westham Island and ITues-
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���<3. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier,
2:30 p.m.���Bialne and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, and
closed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
Includin? TJ. S. A. matter, and also
Fraser Mills.
J__\_M3t
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender Tor
Postofflce Fittings, Vanoouver, B. C���,"
will be received at this offloe until
5:00 p.m on Wednesday, July 21,
1909, for the work mentioned.
Plans, specifications and forms of
contract can he seen and forms of
tender obtained at this department on
application to Mr. c. Tossell, Clerk of
Works, Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unh.se
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed witfe their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of residence.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque "n a ch irtered
bank, made payable t, <_.,. order or
the Honorable the Mlrm-te' of Public
Works, equal .- ten pei ie>.i. (io p.c.)
of the amount of tne tefiuer, whloh
wil) ,be forfeited lf the person tendering declines to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so, or if he
fall to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted
the  cheque will  be  returned.
The department does not bind It
self to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TEISSIER,
Secretary.
Department   of   Public   Work., 01'
tawa, June 30, 1909. Mr
(Newspapers  will  not  be  P*U r..
this advertisement  If  they In-ert ��
without authority    from    the <l'Par
ment)
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer win l��*J
Brackman-Ker wharf every week ��w
afternoon, exoept Saturday, at 3 Jj*
tor Ladner, SteveBton and way P<**
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning W B��
Westminster Saturday evening
Returning,   leaves   Steveston <>very
week day morning, except Frlda5'l..
Additional   trip   Monday   ni'-rnn*
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule    subject    to oUaM
without notice.
For freight and passenger ratal ��
Ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Mans-W'
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN--
THI      DAILY NEW"
Westminster's Hem* WP��r' TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1909-
[Form  No. B.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Coast  nange One.
g MADE. IN CANADA
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
PAGE THREE.
It. Anderson, of
c   occupation, jeweler,
.pply   for   permission^
die    following
described
District oi
,  te notice that o
^ ,:  ouver, ii
hiii"
i  ��� 	
���    ' in. -it a post planted In 8
<'"'":: '"""'' ,,   J,,,,,, oi Berry is-
mM Y       lun ���   411     l��'��'-��-       A|,1,l>"
j SSa. *iand, containing
''"  ,   ,    more or less.
1 ,C BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.   II.   EORD,
,,.. nil, 1909.
SHI PEKCY GIROUARD
BRIMS A GOVERNOR
M.W VIRUS 10
COMBAT RUT PLAGUE
Agent.
li
i
[Form No, !*.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
n   roast   Hang, One
Anderson, of
_____._. notice that  llora     	
V.^;,..v    ii    C occupation lady.
pU for permission to pur-
...v.',,.,,,!.- lands:
,D| ttl a posl  planted on
,oreol Klaoltsis island. ��
outh Ol   Turn,,'  island
1909.    Applying for
I   and,    in  acres  more or
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, OnL
Well-Known Canadian Re-
ives Important Appointed in Africa.
Manitoba   Authorities    Announce   Discovery   of  Germ   Which  Will
Destroy  Rodents.
n il,   July   1!).���A     cable     an-
thai  the king has approved
apiKilntment of Colonel Sir Percy
rd   R.E., governor of  Northei n
. be governor and comman-
: oi the East Africa protectorate,   in   succession   of    Sii   JaiBi
Hayei   Sadler,
Sir  Edouard  Percy    Cranwlll    Gir-
the
��� ���
DORA ANDERSON,
S,   H.   I011D, Agent.
,   6th,  1U09.
[Form No. !��.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
,,  ������      .    ooasi   Range One.
U!, tii ��� that John Olsen, ot
IVancouver, n C, occupation, farmer,
Ltenda to apply for permission to
Lai....-'    thi     following     described
llands:
Commencing at a post planted m
I bay nt ii rtl west    corner of    Davies
Island.   Dated   June
plying lor the whole
intends to apply for permlssl n to pur
of Vancouver, IJ. C, occupatio
chase the following described
Commencing at a posi planted lh
the bay at northwest oorner ol Maud
Island, the largest island in the in
dian group. Dated June 6th 1909
Applying for the whole island con.
milling  60  acres   more  or  less
BERGETA AN-U-RSON,
Pe.   S,  H.  FORD,
Dated June Cth, 1909.
Agent
Winnipeg, July  111.���As soon as the
are ready and the incubation has
d completed the virus to destroy
the   rats   will   be   diBpatched  to  the
neighborhoods  Infested   with   the  ro-
.
The virus supplied was fully up to
expectations and  Immediately  it had
been     strengthened    to    the     proper
Bl indard 'here seemed to  be no    es-
for tha victim.    Every    animal
^^^^^^ treated  lias  succumbed and   ll   is  be-
iiuiinl is a French-Canadian and was .,,.... d tl|c uge of the virus wjll IX,sult
In  Montreal a little over forty- |��� the COmplete annihilation of    tha
mo Mins ago.    His father is a jus- unwelcome Immigrants from ove. the
iln. supreme court of Canada, border.
Sir Percy entered the army in 1888, CompOaints are still being made to
and saw most of his military service th. department of tho invasion, the
II... superintended the build- nearest points to the city being Mor-
Sdudan railway, which took rl and Niverville. The dangerous
Lord Kitchenei _ conquering army to period, however, for migration is after
Khartoum in 1898. He was also dl- th, harveBt During summer the
rutin of South African railway dur- ruts get into tho fields and when cut-
Ing the last Boer war. 1899 to 1902. ting takes place live in the stooks
From the latter year to 1904 be was an_ feed on the grain. When these
commissioner of railways tor the ar, carried, ami it becomes time to
Transvaal and Orange River Colony :_,���,��� .���,. winter quarters, the rats inland acted a." assistant-quartermaster- gate to the n_aest town or city, where
general on the western command, at; warm s|K*ts can be found Into which
Chester, in 1906. He was appointed ito burrow. It is hoped, by means of
governor and commander-in-chief Of the virus to stop all further progress,
the protectorate of Northern Nigeria and that ty the fall every ai that lias
|cossed the border will 'be dead.
II:     i p|
iii   1908,
[Form  No   9.]
LAND ACT.
Eng 200 seres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Rued June Oth, 1U09.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
6th, 1909. Ap- |of Vancouver, li. C, occupation, far-
island,  contain-  nier,  Intends  to apply  for permission
INHUMAN FATHER
TORTUKES OFFSPRING
ARRESTED FOR CRIME
TWENTY YEARS OLD
[Porm  No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
.    coast Range One.
Take  DOtice   that   Ralph   Jacobson,
(of Vanoouver.'B, C, occupation, far-
v ���      ��� to  apply  for  permission
te purchase  the  following  described
lands;
Commencing  at  a'post planted on
|the Eoutheasi shore in a small bay on
Coiii'iton   Island.      Dated    June    4th.
.'"'.     \, for the whole island,
Containing JO acres more or less.
HAI.I'H  JACOBSON,
Per S   H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, limy.
No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
to   purchase   the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on north shore of Bend
Island. Da'ted June 6th, 19U'.'. Applying for the whole island, containing -0 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  II.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1HU9.
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Sewed     Buttons    On   Her    Tongue  to
Keep  Her From Sucking  Her LipsN
is   Sought   by   Posse.
Lethbrldge, Alta., July 19.���Chief
Gillespie arrested French Charlie, a
well-known bad man of early days,
J who on July 15, 18S9, nearly killed
Constable Barker, who caught him
.burglarizing a store in Calgary. Gil-
llespla was constable in the Mounted
I Police then, having just entered service. He recognized French Charlie
afleT twenty years and had him arrested. Today he was remanded for
three days on the charge of assaulting a polico officer on July 15, 1889.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
^Gasoline Tanks and
���       Fishermen's Supplies
| JAMES & McCLUGHAN \
4 +
J Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster X
.�������������������������������������������������*�����������������������������������������������*�������������������������������������������������
WATCHES
BEFORE  PURCHASING THAT  WATCH    EXAMINE   OUR    STOCK.      REMEMBER,  WE  CARRY  THE   BEST  MAKES   OF   WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
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.
Form of Notice.
r :.ge One.
icob   Jacob_on. i
Vancouver, B   C��� occupation, car-1
enter,  Intends to apply  for permis-;
lloii in   purchase    the  following de-j
ribed lands;
Commencing al  a post planted on |
southwest shore ol Mound island.,
ated  June 1th   1909.     Applying for .
li.-   .'���  ���-,- Island   eontaining 80 acres.
ore r r esi i
JACOB  JACOBSON,
I      S    H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June lib. 1__9.
Form of Notice.
District of  Ooast   Range One.
Take notice that Adolpb O. John-
win, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib island. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for tbe
whole island, containing 90
more  or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent
Dated June Cth, 1909.
Sonora, Cai., July 19.���Hiding somewhere in the mountain fastness s_ ot
Tuolumne county, is E- A. Lie'is ui'-i,
an inhuman fath��r who pra; I ed upon his 1.-months-old baby g rl iitroci-
ties so cruel that the tortures of ha
iiniulsilion pale before them. Uu l.'s
trail are several posses of ri ;vy citizens of this city, who will met.; out
quick justice if he is captured.
To keep Mie fbaby girl from suching
her lips, Liebscher pierced its tong 2
and sewed a button on ei'. 11 _'de,
using a plec.. of fishing ine. The bi by (COLLECTIONS AND STOREKEEP-
was found by pronation offl :.-.<, Who ER8' BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS A
arrested the father and took ihe child | SPECIALTY. AGENTS FOR THE I
to a physician for medical aid
After an examination Liebscb r was
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
(Successor to C. Hamber)
Easterbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. ..6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
released by the court and the child
acres turned over to the matron of 'ne inv
nile court. Later while her att'"i*lon
was d-tracted. Liebscher sen-d t e
child and disappeared.
Posses  are  now  in   pursuit   A  the
    man.    It Is not believed that the child
���^������^^������-���-~������ hflrl.]   recover  from  her  tortur?-.    _���, e-
_      wards have been offered for th i appr.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  tension of the inhuman father
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, Hambly  Block.
P. O. Box 795.
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER
SEATTLE
[Form No. !).]
LAND  ACT.
^^^^^^     VICTORIA    	
ROUTE.
.    S.S.   Princess   Victoria  leaves  Van
I SOUVer  li   p.m..  going direct  to Seat.
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S.   Charmer   lea.es   Vancouver   1
i   .111., dally for Victoria.
i    SS.  Princess  Charlotte  leaves  Van
.ouver. 10 a.m. daily, except
or Victoria.
Friday.
Form of Notice.
Iiisirici of coast Range One.
Take notice that Albert Hunt, of
J acouvi I: c, occupation farmer,
Intends to apply lor permission to
purchase the toilowing described
Jands:
ini;   at   a   post  planted   in ;Ne"w"" Westmin-teievery Tuesday
bay on north  shore  of  Kees island, i*  ,-aves  New Westminster on  Wed
f  the   Anderson   group.     Dated
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA     ROUTE
S.S.  Trader will  leave  Victoria  tor
i  .
Jum
\\ i.
1 '
itli    1909,       Applying   for   the
island,    containing    IGo acres
��� r less,
ALBERT HUNT,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
��� d June ("th. 1909.
Leaves   New
nesday.
LAST BOULEVARDIER
DIES IN FRANCE
Parts, July 19.���The race of boule-
vafieds has probably become extinct
through the death of Marquis Armand
de Flyers Delamotte Ango at the age
of SO. For sixty years the Marquis,
'who owned larg�� estates in Normandy
and Touralne, lived In an apartment
at 25 Boulevard des Italiens, where he
entertained  many eminent visitors.
He   clung  to  his   residence  in  the
|midst of the iKiulev&rd life, although!
he had se\.a its glory  fade.    Unitl  aj
few months ago he went for a daily
Istro'i"  In  his beloved haunts.
Curiously enough, he did not die
here, as he would have hoped. A few
days ago he left Pals to visit his
chateau at Bretteville. There yesterday, while sitting smoking a cigar,
he quietly fell into a sleep from which
��� he never awakened.
ummer
earance
__*_
STILL
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT. M
Form of  Notice.
���' ol  Ooast  Range One.
" ���  that John Johnson, of j
Va     "iver,   ll.  ('.,  occupai.on.    sales-
1    '   Intends to apply  for  permission
irehase the  following  desoribed
enclng at  a post  planted on |
Y"' north shore of John island, an is-
l.'iiiil  between  Kees island and Davies
' ",|-      Dated, June  Gth,  1909.    Applying for the whole Island, containing 60 acres mor. or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
_ Pw S.  H. FORD, Agent.
u.'ietl June 6th. 1909.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees,
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each  month   for  Quatsino ami    way'
.ports;   twentieth   of   each   month   tor
lAhcuset,   Quatsino,   Cape     Scott   and] �� ran.
way ports Laughlin
A
Sent On Approval A
To RESPON9IBL8 People
i__
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave   Vancouvei-   m   p.m.   dally,  excepi   Sunday,
a.m.
FOUNTAIN PEN
me--
Leaves   Nuiiuimo   at
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of ooast Range One.
"ike notice that James Watson, ot
Vancouver, b. c., occupation, farmer.
'"finis to apply for permission to pur-
";^e the following described lands:
1 "mmencing at a post planted on
"    northeast  ghore  of    Owl island.
����-,. June 6th, 1909.     Applying for
'"* whole Island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES WATSO_,
Per B. H. FORD, Agent
'une 6th, 1909.
Dated
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess   Royal,   Leaves   Vancouver I
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL  SERVICE.
SS   Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER RIVER.
8.8. Beaver.
From New Westminster Monday.
Wednesday and. Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursaa>
and Saturday at 7 ara.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address ... _,_
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B   FOSTER,
Asst Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
. J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
Form of Notice.
District of coast Range One.
Jake notice that Bergeta Anderson,
MAKE VOUR APPEAL to th. P��*ll0
through ths columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   Tho Mor-lng Vanar.
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THE   DAILY   _{EW��.
TUESDAY, JULY 20
190..
The Daily News
Publl.-li.il by Tbe Dully News Publish-
Inj* Company, Limited, at their offices,
Tbe Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie  and  Victoria  streets.
t.  A.   Paige Manacjtnrj
froui the complexion of present day
:i il ii irs. Yit wo must be prepared
to see those eastern nations become
keen competitors in commerce, and \
as commerce means strength, and
competition often engenders bad feel-'
inj, it may be thai the trouble which
Director some observers Si-e looming In the
future may precipitate a bloody en-
I'luuui'i' between tbe old world and
tiv new.
ARRIVAL OF TRIPLETS
GIVES FATHER HYSTERICS
Only
Earns Ten   Dollars a  Week and
Has Already  a   Family  of
Seven.
TUESDAY,  JULY   20,   1-0-.
MINISTERS  ON   THE  COAST.
A  SURPRISE.
upon the face,
when be ar-.
The Hon. Sydney Fisher, Minister
of Agriculture, whose advent to 'be
const we werp able to announce yesterday, will receive a Welcome from
tho people In this part of the province no less hearty thai) Uiai which
liiui been accorded to the Hon. Dr.
Pugsley. Agriculture bas become
one of lb . prime industries ot this
-province, and there are many matt.is
-pertaining to the department over
which Mr. Fisher presides wilier* will
require tbe minister's attention, We
may nest assured that be will give
oarefu] attention to all questions submitted to bis notice.
The minister wbo is now witb us
"is displaying the greatest Interest In
the institutions and affairs of the
Boyai City, and lias not hesitated to
express his admiration for the progress which has been made In ibe last
few years. That his tour of inspection will prove of real advantage io
OUr city us well as to the district generally there ls not the slightest doubt.
New York, July 19.���Triplets were
born in .New Vork yesterday, but
they brought no rejoicing to the hutn-
ble Utile home to which the stork car.
Public Works i'led tbem. Tbey came to a family
which already numbered seven, ami
the ondw means whereby tbe ton
mouths ar,. to be fed is tho meagre
wage of $10 a week earned by tile lather.
Urs. Rachel Flatt is tbe mother of
the   thr_o  niitcs.     Her   husband   has
charge  of u  laundry  delivery  Station
and  in two sniffy,   poorly  furnished
This non-1rooms be struggles lo keep bis fam-
an Uy together,
When the father was first inform-
led that there wore two new babies lu
him il was ibe Fruhling dredge gel- bis home he rushed into the sireet in
ting   li-,-   engines   overhauled.      The  a hysterical condition, and it look an
member seemed pleased at the appear , *"""' '" caJm ulm-   Ullt'" h�� re-enter
ed the room and was bold he was not
doubly,   but   trebly,  a   father,   he  calliope    lor   b-i    much    anil   tor   wtneii   iap8e(j  j,,  a faint.
lor months bis organ had such grave j 	
doubts a.s to its existence, much less' Cliff Subsiding.
Shanklin, Eng., July  19.���There bus
Marked Surprise was
Of .1. D. Taylor, M. 1*
rlved a< the Dominion
wharf yesterday morning to accompany .bis city's di'legaiioii to the
n. mill of t,bo Frasrj at the sight of a
large steamer laying alongside. He
enquired, "What Is this laying here?"
pointing to the dredge. Mr, H. A.
Eastman volunteered tbe Information
thai it was the "Wireless,
piussed the Mlnerltls' apostle, but
old friend helped him out by tailing
Two Excellent Buys
Two lots on Dublin Street, between Fourteenth and Sixteenth Struts,
each $250; one-half c_sh, balance good terms.
A nice new cottage on Buchanan Avenue, Sapperton; $850 cash. Thi ,,
sacrifice price.   Rented now at $10 a month.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block, Columbia  street.
PHONE ie
aue,
of  iho  vessel   from
l'or   _.)    much    and
which   we
for   wbieb
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
purchase,
DECEIVED HUSBANDS
DANGEROUS LOCOMOTIVES.
I'bev-n another serious cliff subsidence
lat Shanklin, quite close io that Which
I took   place  a week  ago, and  as the
j result  the  favorite  cliff   path,   so ai-
I tractive    to  visitors,     bits  been   ren-
IIMITK  FilR SYMPATHY ;d0Ve(i '^passable.     There is scarce-
Ulll-L  lllli  UUM-lll-l hy a  foot of land    remaining outside
^^^^^^^ I the   fence  enclosing   the  war depart-
~ linent's land, near tbe Tower road en-
I trance to the cliff.
Members of New Union Will   Receive
Instructions   in   Procedure  of
Divorce   Courts.
The decision of the Railway Com-
mi6sioners to send an Inspector to
this province to look into the matter
of fires caused  by  sparks from loco-, .
,,,,,.       . a union of deceived hua_ands, comes
motives will be gratifying . many. from Sbra8burg, It seems that for
There is a tendency on the part of the Borne time past the women of Hoechst
railway companies and their em-1 have had the reputation of'being gid-
ployees to entirely disregard the pro- W and frivolous and certain of their
i i ��� .,.   t. ,i �����_   ���     ������!�����. husbands, aware of the faults of their
-visions of the Railway Act respecting L^   h;,veg|  haye joined  tosethCT|
the u_e of screened smokestacks, with j presumably   to  comfort one  anotlier.
the result that mill and    bush fires j The official organ of  the place pub-
trequently occur   along    the railway jUshes the fact in grave language.   A
*-_-v��      it ���_ _���<,._- #h_, tt,   npnavt. committee has already  been formed,
tracks.     It is stated that the Depart, i     w(.. ^ ^^ ^ ^^ members#
ment at Ottawa has received a do-; There Is no entrance fee. Names ot
tailed report from a large sawmill in intending members of the union will
British Columbia showing that fires be placed on the register free of
bare been started ln their lumber chars.e. There is no joke about this
,, . ,        association  of deceived  husbands.  It
piles every few days by sparks from- ta been foumled wlth a pracUral ob-
paselng    locomotives.        We    should ject  in  view  that of  Instructing  its
Hay  that  many of the mills  located (members in divorce procedure.    The
adjacent to a railway track COUld a,.pe_' '_ 8'gned by thre�� membeTS-
,,   ���       . ia.ll of whom are Germans, one being
tel a silmllar story. . membeT of the aristocracy.   It has
immediate results. Since It was Issued twelve new members have been
obtained.
CARD  OF  THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ankers sincerely
thank  their many    friends  for  sym-
Paris, July 19.���A strange story of | pathy extended to them ln the recent
sad bereavement and for the floral
tributes sent to their daughter's funeral.
TENDERS FOR STEEL PIPE.
Tenders will bo received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
COO feet of steel pipe, with an inside
diameter of 24 inches, and about
10,000 feet of steel pipe With an Inside diameter of  11! Indies.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's ollice, City Hall. Or at
the ofllce of Messrs. Hermon & Bur-
well, Vancouver, B. C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, of the contract price
must be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Citv Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
July 10, 1909.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Special Today
LETTER PADS, REGULAR 25c,
15c
EACH.
EAST AND WEST.
The Orient seems to be full ot
political surprises in these days. The
ancient kingdom of Persia is the latest to furnish a political incident
such as, but a short time since, the
rest of the world did not dream of.
Were, as ln Turkey, a new order of
things has come Into existence. _ uo
younger men, Imbued with Ideas *l
modern progress, forming themselv-s
to a national association, have gtt.i
red sufficient force to depose the
Shah, Mohammed All, and place hi.
.young jon, Ahmed, on the tnrona.
The new ruler is a mere child, not
yet in his teens, and the sovereign
duties will be discharged by a council of regency during his absence lu
JKngland, where he will be educated
The revolution was a comparatively
peaceful one, the final stroke be ig
effected by what was little more ttria
a demonstration in force.
This triumph of the Persian peopl.
over the old order of arbitrary n'on-
archical rule marks another se*p ���r-
-ward ln the march of civilizati.i. it
also marks a further line of advance
on the part of tbe oriental races to.
ward the arena of world politics. '1 be
distinct trend toward western id--.8
of the vast populations of the e-ist
must at some future time dlsurb 'Le
political balance which has so far
obtained. We have seen Ja:in
move right to the front as a polit'...jl
and commercial power within the last
few years; China ls now stepping
out strongly ln the same dlrec'-'on,
Turkey has lust dismissed th: oil
regime and commenced to rentode.
ber institutions, bo that one day sli"
will add a strong link to tbe ea-'tern
chain of power. Now w_ bavo Persia, which lies adjacent to Turkey <n
Asia commencing an advance in the
direction ot modern civilization and
ideas, to one day line up with the
rest of the oriental nations.
The  trend  would    seem   to  te   to
ward the creation of an Issue between
the east and the west; toward a contest between Europe and North Amer-
ic�� on the one hand, and Asia on the
other.      But, fortunately, the Asiatic
people,  who are so rapidly adopting !
the Ideas of the west, are being cor-
dlally welcomed Into the arena of m-
ternatlonal  politics    by  the    nations,
���which have hitherto held the balance
of world power between them, and it
may be that this_ encouragement of a
friendly feeling will bear good fruit.
In this excellent work Great Britain
leads the way. and It ls pretty certain
that her Influence will be such as to
materially lessen the chances of such
a conflict    as would    seem probable
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
i We buy for cash and sell for the same
The time for receiving tenders as
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range ihOUld g*et one tbat will give perl , 8;m4.
faction in cooking and baking, is economical in the use of fuel tl ;,. COoi
lo work over ln tho hote weather, and also easy to operate and ki Cl��m
If you wish to be satisfied '�� theiertipacU. you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you bave Inspected It Tbe prices also of these ,.. m
much lower than those of Other makeB. Call In and In ;���������, 1 __t
slock,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Water Wings, Bathing Caps, Float-;
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21.
Th.   Favorite   Musical
of AM Time
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THE ISLE OF SPICE
lOTON, veal, pork
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Bast  of  Farmer's   Pork.
Conspicuously   Clever   Cast
Lots of Pretty Girls.
and
THE ENTERTAINMENT THAT
KNOCKS DULL CARE INTO A
COCKED HAT.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
Mc-.E,._MY t ANDERSON       Columbia St
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
efoot
Joy
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Souvenirs
Our store  will   be  founoV  Headquarters       for       Souvenir
Burnt leather in every device.      Decorated China with   o
cai  views in almost any piece you may desire.
Shell Goods, Beaded Work,    and    Post    Cards.        Local
views of all khe beauty spots  In the city.
Ws  solicit  you  to inspec   our stock.      If you do no* see
what you want you are no   pressed to buy.
There is nothing a child will enjoy more, during the summer
season, than a pair of our Barefoot Sandals. Cool and easy on the feet, and lined
with soft porous leather. Barefoot Sandals for children gro\v; more popular every summer. We are
showing several of the best styles in most all sizes.
CHILDREN'S (sizes 3 to 71-2), pair  $i oo
GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 101-2), pair  i 25
MISSES' (sizes 11 to 2), pair  "   i'5o
BOYS'(sizes 3 to 5), pair  '   1*75
MENS' (sizes 6 to 10), pair \\\  2.00
These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut $
shoes for children, and will last all summer.  Secure
rpair today while they Jitst.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAI* OF SHOES
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors te J. J. MACKAY A CO.
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
NewJWestminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And se. that you g.t it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST  ARRIVED.
For Wheat, Barley, Oats, Chop., Chicken   Feed,  Bran, Shorts,  H��y.
etc., ,.k us.      We wlll see that  you  get  It promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phon. S3S.
1��6 COLUMBIA BTREET.
P. O. Draw*. 100.
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It Is to purchase tlie P��or"
er kind. We can point t0
buildings buUt with our niate'
rials that never need repairs.
We can point to some other"
that need repairs all the time
But they were not built of our
materials. See where rcal
cheapness lies?
Ltd. TUESDAY, JULY 20, WW.
THE   DAILY   \ | W S
PAGE F1VK.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M��� EXCEPT SATURDAY
RUSHOUT PRICES ON
Wash Goods
DRASTIC MEASURES ARE BEING TAKEN TO BRING OUR ENORMOUS STOCK DOWN TO ITS
NORMAL SIZE, AND OUR WASH. GOODS SECTION IS AWFULLY CROWDED ON ACCOUNT OF
THE UNSEASONABLE WEATHER WE HAVE HAD, SO WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL EFFORT TO
CLEAR A LARGE QUANTITY IN A LITTLE TIME. THIS WEEK WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
OF GINGHAMS, CHAMBRAYS, IN STRIPES. CHECKS AND PLAIN COLORS, ANY DESIGN OR
SHADE YOU CAN IMAGINE AMONG THESE, AND THOUSANDS OF YARDS TO CHOOSE FROM,
THAT IT WILL BE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE FOR YOU TO GOAWAY UNSUITED. GOODS THAT
STAND ANY AMOUNT OF WEAR AND TUBBING ONLY SEEMS TO IMPROVE THEM. EVERY
PIECE OF OUR 15c GINGHAM  AT, PER YARD
i2_c
50c VESTINGS
FOR  25c
A splendid, assortment of white,
plain _:..| fancy vestings and waistings in nt Hpot and figured designs.
Regular values to 50c, for, yard 25c
SPECIAL SHEETING OFFER,
25c  PER  YARD
Hotel nun aad boarding house people slioulii not miss this golden opportunity to restock in this department. Twenty pieces of -4 wblte
sheeting, purchased before tbe advance in  tbe price of    cotton, to be
I only in piece lots, ranging from
36 in 60 yards ln a piece. Extra,
spe- ial   per yard    25o
THREE SPECIALS
IN IA SHEETING.
Single bed sheeting lu unbleached
only, strong, round thread, heavyweight, will soon bleach, per yard 25c
Extra heavy weight, unbleached
round   thread,   very   special,  yard 30c
A Best Value���Splendid weight, per-
feclly free from dressing, bound to
"ive satisfaction. P.r yard  ...   ...35c
OUTWARD RUSH OF
LADIES' SKIRTS CONTINUES
An attractive offering of new styles
In mohairs, Panama aud tweed mixtures, some nre pleated, others gored-
These are broken lines, but every
shse Is included in the lot, Regular
18.50 to .10.00 values tor V*M
V.50 SILK WAISTS
CUT TO $1.75.
Manufacturers' samples and odd
lines from our regular stock; a good
assortment of colors in various styles.
What an opportunity. Your choice
for |175
$125 KID GLOVES
FOR $1.00 PAIR.
A full stock of sizes in black,
brown, and tan kid gloves, nice, soft
finish, good shades and a reliable
make. Regular $1.25 pair. July
Bale special, per pair   $1.00
LADIES COATS OF
PLAIN  AND FANCY COVERT, $5.00
Save one-third to a half on these
three-quarter and hip length models
semi-box and fitted back; man-tailored collars and revers, self strapped
and button trimmed. Regular values
to $10.00 l'or $5.00
A SNAP IN CORSETS,
$5.00 FOR $2.50.
We have gone through our stock
and thrown out all odd sires and
ibrok._ lines In reliable makes, fine
French oontil, cut on directolre or
hlpless models. Regular values to
$5.00, tor *2-50
LADIES' LINEN
ETON COLLARS.
A special purchase, three sizes only,
13, 13 1-2, 14; a unique ofTer, 2 for 15c
Hemmed Table Napkins, all ready
for use. Large size, wlll launder
perfectly, per dozv-n $1.25
A large shipment of English Reps,
Piques, Raim 1_ and plain and striped
Linens Just received. Inspect these,
trot come early-as tho quantity ls
only limited.    Prom, per yard .. .25e
v' ii G. Phlpps, of Victoria, has
s" led W. Russell on the staff of
11 i Montreal.
1 Ing for tba garden at Tidy's
ph   i   184. ..
SS 'i ran fi r leaves everj week day
Sal irday at 3 p.m. tor Ladner,
Vi iland and waj  points, Sat-
nrd i     rn z p.m.; returning Bame il
See iniv. rtisemem in this Issue
FURNITURE
Still the leaders in the House Furnishing business.   Look in and see and be convinced.
W.   E.   FALES,
W. J. Warwick has been removed
to the Roya] Columbian hospital for
an       ration tor appendicitis.
y    flrst-ciass cut Bowers and any
kin .   : Floral work, telephone Davie
Greenhouse* K20S. **
J ��� ' arrived, a carload of itouin
Hood Flour. Full assortment of s.z is,
21, 19, 98, now in Btock. Hale Bios.
& Co., Ltd.
Two Coquitlam farmers, (loo. \v.
Mouldey and It. G. ..ounce bave ap-
plli d lor Btnal] water records from
Camp creek, and a tributary for domestic and agiculiui-ai purposes.
Tlu ss Transfer leaves Brackman-
Ker wharf every day tor Ladner,
Steveston ami way points. St- new
[schedule. **
I Th- death occurred al St, Mary's
hO-pita] yesterday morning of Ann,
relici nf the late John Finlayson, of
Victoria, Mrs. Finlayson had been
Ul for some Ume, The remains will
be forwarded to Victoria where Interment  will take place.
Tbat   1-ght,   delicious,   wholesome
bread  you  so much  enjoyed  at your
friend's bouse was made with Kouin i
Hood Flour. ������
James Hughes, who was only released from the city lockup on Friday,
Ts again in the toils, ou a charge of
iattempting to utter a forged cheque.
!He will come up in the police court
this morning.
Todd's great clearance sale of
pianos will shortly close. Jump in
now and secure a bargain. ���*
W. l^amont has presented the city
zoological collection in Queen's park
with a fine bear cub.
.The Leading Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer   and   Undertaker
G12-618 Agnes Street.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No.  2  Dairy  Butter,  per pound
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COFFEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE   (FRESH
GROUND)   IS  A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS, j��2SS!2fi!^^
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
I
Doctors Were Rowdy.
Toronto, July 19.���After a strenuous week, the Ontario Medical Council adjourned Saturday. Dr. Hardy,
the president. Informed his colleagues
that Friday's had been the most disorderly meeting the council had held
ln twenty years.
Oil Explodes in Boy's Mouth.
Detroit, Mich., July 19.���Clarenloe
Sterling, ten .-ears old, filled his
mouth with kerosene one day recently, and then spat out little drops upon
a lighted match to see the flame flare
up. Presently he coughed, which
shot out too much oil, and what he
had lef exploded in his mouth. His
face is burned and swollen horribly,
and probably he will lose one eye,
but his life is thought to be safe.
Dr. Pugsley Promises Aid
to Royal City's Aspirations
(Continued from Page 1.)
of the great rivers of Canada, and to
observe the situation of the city of
New Westminster, without being Impressed with the splendid facilities
which you have here.' Living as he
did at St. John, whose commercial
prosperity was dependent upon a
river three hundred miles In length,
ho knew what lt- meant when that
Fraser river itself served alarge portion of British Columbia, and which
contained vast quantities of merchan-
able Umber which should be brought
here for manufacture and shipped to
Europe and other marketB of the
world.
Great Centre of Industry.
The city  was  so situated that lt
must become one of the great centi-es
of Industry and leading cities of Canada. "You are growing very rapidly
here on the Pacific coast. "Vancouver
has made marvellous strides, and
your city is also growing rapidly," he
said, "but the growth of Canada ls
universally marvellous," and he was
surprised at what he saw around Fort
William and Port Arthur. While the
government was spending vast sums
at those places, the railway companies were spending more, aad he
looked in the near future to these cities containing many thousands of peo-
plet
Having alluded to the water transportation question in Canada, he proceeded to point out that Regina, the
capital of Saskatchewan,- was two
thousand miles from the AtlanUc and
only one thousand from this coast.
They would realize what advantages
they had for the shipping of grain
from the three western provinces, par.
itlcularly from All/erta, and part of
Saskatchewan. "Whatever I can do
as minister of public works to urge
upon the government of this country
to aid you in tbe realization of your
aspirai'ons will be cheerfu ly done"
,(loud applause), the minister added.
A Successful Purchase.
The honorable gentleman went on
to refer to the delegation which visited him In Ottawa, and although the
'sum was a very large one asked for
he was able to respond to the request
'of the delegation and purchase a
dredge (hear, hear). The department
had the advice of a first-class engineer
in Mr. Keefer (applause). He was
told the dredge now purchased had
handled 750 cubic yards of material
in 35 minutes, and was doing splendid
work (applause). Referring to -ts possibilities working under eleclc light,
which might easily be added
he was suro the dredge would move
a great deal of material which now Interferes with navigation. The dredge
cost $250,000 delivered on the B. C.
coast, the department paying $50,000
duty to the ministry of customs for
j its  Importation.     The first payment
) was not paid till the dredge had been
tested and found In good working order.
Profitable n I vestment.
As minister of public works, he felt
it bis duty and tbat of every member
of the cabinet to assist in every possible manner in Uie development of tho
resources of the country. "We have,"
he declared, "such undeveloped resources here as will give an adequate
return for every dollar which may be
expended in the development of these
resources." (Applause). What he.
had seen in that trip would make him
more determined to do what he could
to develop the Interests of our Dominion.   (Applause.)
A vota of thanks wts accorded the
ministers an* cordially passed.
A reception was accorded the ministers at the Liberal club during the
evening.
Examination of River,
i'
Several of the leading citizens of
New Westminster left early yesterday
morning on the government, dredge
Samson to meet the Hon. Wm. Pugsley at Steveston, In order to point out
to hlm the advantages of the Fraser
river as a fresh water port and the
necessity of the river Improvements
advocated so strongly by Robert Jardine. At Steveston the party met the
Hon. Mr. Pugsley, who had just arrived from a visit to Steves'on and
was accompanied by the Hon. Wm.
Templeman, J. A. Macdonald, M. L. A.,
Robert Jardine, Captain Worsnop and
Colonei Tracy.
A start was Immediately made for
the Sandheads. Owing to the splendid weather, a most comprehensive
view was possible of the mouth of the ���
river and the urgent necessities of
Improvement were pointed out.
On the return trip the minister was
loud In his praiso of the magnificent
river. Th�� great possibilities of the
future greatly appealed to him, and
iby the many pertinent questions asked
by him it is evident that a lasting impression was made on his mind.
Among the guests invited to meet Mr.
Pugsley and who took advantage of
the trip were Mayor Keary, A. E. Kellington (president of the Liberal association), Aid. Jardine, W. R Gilley
and J. C. Armstrong ot the Pilot
board, J. D. Trodden, W. T. Cooksley,
B. A. Paige, G. A. Keefer, engineer,
D. C. Tuck of the Public Works de.
partment, H. A. Eastman, A- E. White
Captain Mayers, Reeva Klckbrusk a\\
Chilliwack, and President Lee, Vice-
President Small and Secretary Wade
of the Board of Trade.
T. M.
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Twins
The Summer Vacation and the
Kodak.
Take a Kodak with you^thia
summer and enjoy your vacation until next year.
Brownies from $1 to $12
Kodaks from $10 to $25
W&assist beginners willingly
Our stock is complete, i
DACURTIS&CO.
Spectacles 50c up.
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognised as one of the
best kinds of Insurance In existence, and an ev��r-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer In the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as thsy de not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate lot* which has occu red on any of the company's policies
tlnco they, started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and tho following letter Is an
Instance:
New Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W. MeLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
"Ltd:, New Wesanineter, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
tbe prompt settlement made for tke loss of my mare
"NeU," ior although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I hnve already received cheque tor $200.00 in
lull payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd). . J. A. GIBSON.
Vou may be the next to loss some valuable  stock, enquire for
ticulars.
par-
ALPRtD   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY.
JULY 20
11)09
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
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 L Cloverdale to  Sumas Railway.
SUFfRAGEIIB LIKE
JUVENILE HOODLUMS
FIRST  STREET  SEWER
NOTICE.
Cor-
The Municipal Council <> ut
poratlon of the Cit. ol -New West-
SSnster, bavin, by ��*����"" **��
Imlned and specified 'nai  It Is desii
  Sle to carrj out the following works
that is to say:
London  Magistrate   Scores;  to construct a *������*��������� [�� .? """"..
as  the "First Street  Sewer,    on  tne
Champions of Votes Forifou,,:,..,(M,;;|.s,;ii,n.;;.y.ii ^ ^
and Elliott streets, ..v.,,..
Carnarvon Btreel 1" tween Bern vara
  'and EUloti streets.
Armstrong   street    between   Mem-
London, July li'��� Fifteen of the BUl'- Vali- und Elliott streets,
fagettes wbo in the course ot the raid j    c^umbla street between  Merrivale
on the House of Commons Juno 99 In- stl.eet ..m_ Leopold place,
Alberl  Crescent
Westminster
Transfer t01
Women.
dulg-d in the breaklu.
v.ith stones hidden ln
parcel, went tu prison
today   rather  than  pay
of windows
brown paper
for a month
the  lines In-
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
Post Ollice and Customs Finings at
Ladysmith, U. C-, Public Building,'
will be received until 4:30 p.m. on
Monday, June 21, 1909, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and in accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'by Department.
Plans and specifications may be
seen on application to Mr, Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building, Ladysmith, B. C, and at th. Department
of Public Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  May 27,  1909.
Souvenirs
OF  TH|  CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER   AND
JEWELRY  NOVELTIES.  SUMMER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Royal
Standard
Flour
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ..$14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,-000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U.i S; A-i 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).
..-I'     .(."sets   over  $1fi8,000,0--.-U.   i
nIE.     AESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
3. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
.Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front StYFoot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Royai Standard Flour is preeminently a product of quality.
You may buy a cheaper, flour,
but flour is the staff of life and
the on. product which you need
always���a food which above all
others should receive the utmost care In its manufacture.
We have made a hobby of making good flour. Its reputation
Is known throughout British
Columbia. There Is and there
can be no better.
Then, too, in each 49-lb.
sack is placed a numbered coupon entitling you to a chance
to win a beautiful 109-piece dinner set-
Ask your grocer for Royal
Standard Flour.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING UND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Res.rve Fund     5.400j9_0
Total Assets 55,000,000
In anil
cited.
out of  towti  accounts  soli-
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT
flicted by Sir Albert Do Rutzen, the!
Bow   street   magistrate,     Sir   Albeit j
[commented   severely   on   the   lamentable  spectacle  of  respectable   women
in Uie dock on charges usually assoc-1
iatvd   with   juv&alle   hoodlums.     The
suffragettes, most of whom made short
speechei, claimed thnX tbelr offences
were purely political,   The course oi'
Premier Asqulib in lvfusiiig to receive .
their  petition,  they  said,  had  made
iniliiiiiit action necessary.    If the wo-1
nun were In the wrong, tho del cud- J
ants contended, Home Secretar) Gladstone,   War  Secretary   Haldane    and
John  Burns,  president  of  the    local
government   board,   who   bad  Inolted
tbem by taunting them with the state,
ment that tbey were suing only "pinprick"   methods,  ought  to   be   beside
them in tbe dock.
The four suffragettes who last Saturday presented a petition to Premier
Aaqulth, after which tbey were arrested and chaged at the police court
Wellington street,
Alice street.
Btisbby street,
Dufferin street,
Ooburg street and lane,
Si.  Anne's street.
Surnla street.
Windsor street,
Cunningham street between Merrivale and Windsor Btrei I
Agnes si.*" t, bet�� ��� n Merrivale
and   Dufferin stn ��� I
Elliot!  Btreet,
Leopold  place  (par)  of),
First  Btreet from  Ave - to Elg M
Royai avenue from Clinton place to
Dufferin street.
Granville street,
Vnncouver itreet,
Quu.'ii s avenue I tween First and
Second streets.
Tlurd avenue bi tween First and
Second streets.
Emory street.
Arbutus sireet.
Fourth avenue between First and
Second streets.
St. Patrick's str-1    between r'lrst
ufflce 'Phone 18a.
Columbia
Baggage   deliver.
any part ot _���
Light and H
'���'"' -.Hot,,
Street
'  nptlj
�� dty.
eavv HaiiL
OFFICE-TRAM mi
''RPOT
t\
5PRING
LAMB,     CH ,
AND 8AU8AC
AT Tilt
CE
E.
MEATS
Central Meat
Oorner Eighth St. ana
PHONE   170
���OWELL A ODDr
-in
A'��n��l
Pr"on��t_,
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
m
Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.
Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS.'
GASOLINE  ENGINES.
transcontinental      service
Pullman   tourist  and din-
Double
daily, with
lng cars.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at  9:05 a.
m.
Eastern   Express   leaves   at   7   p.m.
St. Paul train leaves at 2:10.
Cheap excursion Aug. 11 and Vi.
For full particulars, apply to
C. B. FOSTER, E. GOULET,
G. P. A., Vancouver.     C.P.R. Agt.
PALMER
-KOS.TW'O
AND HOUR
���CYCLE
0 .SQLINE
ENGINES
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and
LUXURY. It ls lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated train in the world. Tht
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleep
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair oars (seats free), modern day
coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash.
with disorderly conduct, today rett.se,   and ^^
to  give   undertakings   tor   their   good      Oakland  street between
behavior.    Tbey  declined  to  pay  tbe SeCond gtreetS,
fines imposed and  were  sentenced    -       g.  ,_     slr(vt     between
each   three  weeks'  imprisonment. Spcon()  st'r0ptg'
street  between
BEST EDUCATED
NATION OE EUROPE
First anil
First and
Third and
S<cond and
Germany Bears Off the
Palm, But She Has to Pay
For It.
Berlin, July 19.���The Benin press
publishes statistics lo show ih.tt G i
many is tbt best educated uati hi in
Europe. Germany not only leads
with the greatest number of sche-o'
children, 9,700,000, but also spends
largest amount    of    money
Second
Sixth  avenues.
Fifth  avenue  between
Third streets.
|    Brandon street.
Regina si-rot between Second and
Fourtb streets.
Six tli nvenu, between Second and
Third streets.
Third street, between Regina street
and  Fifth avenue.
Fourth street between Brandon
streei   anil  Sixth avenue.
And that the said works shall be
carried out In accordance with tbe
provisions of the Ixical Improvement
Genera' bylaw 1909.
And thn City Engineer and tho City
Assessor having roportnd to the Council In accordance with iho provisions
Of Ihe said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing tb-
nrnniints estimated to be chargeable
-irainst   the  various   portions of    real
the largest amount of money for Property to be benefited by the said
school purposes, ��26,000,000. Her per. works and other particulars and Uie
centuge of illiteracy, one-twentieth of S:l|d reports of the said City Engine .
one per cent-, Is the lowest in Europe. nnd City Assessor having been adopt-
More than half the recruits lor *a hv t,,p found'.
Continental conscript armies can Noi're i_ hereby given that the said
neither read no write. In Bulgaria reports are open for inspection at the
the percentage of illiteracy among ��m��e of ihe City Assessor. City Hall,
recruits is ,"i_; iu Servia and Russia, Columbia street, New Westminster.
62; in Portugal aud Spain, 70; and in " c- aml lnat unless a peiition
Rouinania, 75. against  the    proposed    works    above
But it is not improbable that Cer mentioned signed l y a majority of the
man children are paying a heavy owner* of the land or real property
price for their proficiency in -school 'o be assessed or charged In respect
work. "The German school Child," of sllch works representing at least
says a writer recently, "is notorious- one-half In value thereof is presented
ly overworked. Nervousness among lo tne Council within fifteen days
children  in   Germany   is  Increasingly from lhe T,a,e of ,he flr!"  publication
taking the form of suicide.  Pressure
of  school   work  anil   shame  ever  in
of   this   notice  thp   Council   will   pro
ceed with the proposed Impmvemen's
ability to make the expected progress under  such   terms  and   conditions  as
are  the  most   frequent causes.'
This growing tendency to nervousness upon the part of German children lias been recognized, and a
number of wealthy men have combined to combat it. They propose to
erect a series of great recreation and
athletic grounds throughout the country, particularly in the cities.
to the payment of the cost of such
Improvements ns tho Council may by-
bylaw In that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the s��ild
assessment.
Dated this 17th day of July, a. D.,
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Grand Trunk M
Excellent Train Servia Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronfl
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, BostJ
And all the principal business centenn
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami the M..F_.|
TIME PROVINi'KS.
Also to BUFFALO, NKW VORK mil
PHILADELPHIA, via _ agin Fih |
For Tinm Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAuX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger andTtduH
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chu iiuo.lll
U. S.
NAVY FAVOR3
COAL OIL FOR FUEL
rp
3
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
MVU0
1QW^W&<
Washington, D. C, July 19.���The
nav.v department has been conducting
comparative experiments in the use of
fuel oil. Puget Sound coal and coal
from other localities to ascertain
which could be used with greatest
economy at Puget Sound and Mare
Island navy yards, and has found that
Puget Sound coa] could be used In the
power bouses of these two stations at
much smaller cost than other coals,
but that lt would cost $20,000 more
per year than fuel oil. Tho department states, however, that in case the
price of oi| advances to any marked
(logr,.,, during the year they wil] use
Puget Sound coal.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Routt I
for CONRAD, CARCRO.-S. ..Tiftl
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON =_J FAB-I
BANKS. Daily trains (es ��� ;>t Si__.ll
carrying passengers, ma.I ��� _;in-ssu_|
freight connect with Bta ;e�� at 0*\
cross and White Hor.-, tiia'<niaiife||
a thorough winter servi' ���
For information apply lo
J. II. ROGERS, Traffic ttWSt
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul* j
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha ��|
Chicago, "South West LmnltsC i
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains In the service od Uf I
railroad In the world that e-jnal Ial
equipment that of the rhicago, KM
waukee & St. Paul Railway. T.|
-Wn and operate their own sleep!
and dining oars on all their traina art I
give their patrons an excellent i
service not obtainable elsewhere
H. S. ROWE, General Ajaij
134 Third 8t��� cor. Ald*r i'o-'Iand. Ot |
Hotel Butler Awl
Fourth Avenue and Minoi St**
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   p-r day  up.
Room  and  board 12.50 per day u.
.oom   with   bath $2-50 per day 'f-
Room with bath and board $ I per MM
All OUtalde rooms, with hoi .-in 1 oo��I
water steam heat, long lancetwj
phone. 'Bus meets al) trains ni^ht*-|
CARLETON  GILBERT, W'
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from 112./.
J_>.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Sliver Watches, gents' open case
17.60 up.
Agent for Waltbam and Elgin
��� atches.
Wntch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn then from Geo. Admms, Grocer
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
.-iilfi Street,   ���   New Westmlnsti r
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   tflr_
"Pltt  River  Lumber   Company,   Limited,"   having  applied   to  His  Excel-'
lencf the _overnor4_eneral In Council
for the approval of a certain site for
the   construction   of   certain   booms
and   booming   grounds   in   the   Pitt
River, in  the District of New Westminster,   Province of  British  Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa,   plans    of    said  booms  and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, and have
alBo deposited a duplicate of each In
the offlce of the Registrar of Deeds
for  the  said  District of  New Westminster, ln which district said works
are proposed to be constructed, in accordance   with  the   requirements   or
Section  7  of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd-
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking nt this ollice
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland    July 30
Empress of Britain  August 13
For other dates and particulars ap
ply to
E. GOULET,
C P. R. Agent.
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
_.     Designs
Copyrights 4c
Anyone tending a sketch and <!iwerinl inn m��
lulekly oioertain our opinion free whether
Invention la probablyj>at~' *'
Mont ��t rtetly confidential,
tent tne.   "
Mrmimunlea-
on Patents
T"	
receive
nniairtetlycnnBdonttal. HANDBOOK en Paten
int 1 ree. Oldeet acenor for seenrfns satanta,
Patents taken throoah Mnnn & Co, recall
tptclal notict, without oban-e, In the
Scientific American
A handaomtlrmustrated weekly, tamest otr-
eolation ofjpsr tdenUSo Journal. Terrai tot
Canada, *US a jeer, puatafo prepaid. Sold Of
aU nowa.ealera.
Fish    Pish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
wteBtsg&ftt
Wholesale and Retail Butch
C. E. TRAVE8, Local Manager.
ers,
COLUMBIA   STREET.
PHONE  101-
- ���     -     -wCT-lJp.-::--.i^. .BB.--' TUESDAY, JULY 20,  WW.
Lilway Time Tables
r  ��  R. Westminster Branch.
W-ek Day Scheoule.
, Vancouver for New West-
iO, 6:50, 7:20 .md 8:00
,:, baif hour thereafter
. P'm'
,  Westminster for Van-
,..-,���, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 aud
j,      aDd every half hour tHere.
I       . u 11:00 p.m.
Sjnday Schedule.
.   ,uver ror New West-
I ��� 00 and 9:00 a.m., and
T      ,. ,i;    luuir    thereafte
130 p '"���
.. .. Westminster for van-
.. vni.,  and  every half
��� " inttl 10:00 P.m. La��l
V
MeQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
Gre.t   Northern   Railway.
,  vn .  ar. Seattle
\v  n
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE   SEVEN.
DR. (Ml WILL
MARRY SOON
ar.   Seattle 3:_u
W. i   .  i .ni-; ar. Seattle 9:40
v,   [2:10    m ; ar. Seattle 7:16
05 a in.;  ar. N. W- 2:55
L, . in.; ar. N. W. 9:30
Seattle 1     ���'��� :: m-'-  ar. N.W. 6:20
t. _ p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Lv. S'w Westminster on Tues-
t in an. "-,'t'ir,>* at  5 p.m. to
Lesrei Thursday,  4  p.m., ar-
I Id city Friday 8;45 a.m. Leaves
iy at 3:50 p.m.,  arrives  ln  city
rday at i1 am.
laves Port ('tib-hon at 1 P.m. on
Iday, 6:3fl am. on Friday, and
|���.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
n_ 6 pm Thursday and Friday.
aw Gulchon  6  am.  each  week
arrives v 50 a.m.
Ives N. W   3:60  p.m.  dally ex-
|8unday; ar  Qulnhon  at 7 P-m.
d   Labrador   Mis-
.   Falls a Victim to
Cupid.
PURE
PAINT
Worth any man's paint
money, because made of
pure material, to thoroughly mixed that every
drop does what paint
muat do to be good paint
PROTECT and LAST.
It took 17 years to find
just how to use one ingredient (peculiar to Ml.
Paints i that greatly lengthens the life of the paint.
But it wat worth the time!
��� becaute it maket this
paint well worth its price
Made by Imperial Varniili and
Color Co., Limited, of Toronto
ANDERSON &LUSBY
Agents for New West-
minster and district.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
|CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY   2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE  7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c-
TIME TABLE.
S. Kerland
kv_ Langley at B uo a.m.; arrive
rt Haney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive at
lam Landing at S:30 a.m.; ar
V Hammond at b; 40 a.m.; arrive
lr, Kella at 9:00 am.; arrive at
pVeetmlDSter at 10:30 a.m.
N'-**. Westminster at 4:00 p.-
|i   .-  ,ii Hurt Kells at 5:30 pm.;
al Hammond at 6:00 p.m.;  ar
It McAdam. Landing at 615 p.m.;
ii��� Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; aril Langley at 7: no p.m.
���ving  B. 4   K    Wharf,  dally   ex
���Saturday.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN -
E      DAILY NEWS
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
19 - Tbe engagi m nt
lacClanahan, daughter
i.   i;   MacCianahan, of Lake
: ��� Wilfred T, Gn ni.-n, of
b  was announced  yes-
resi many.   Oi   Gn _���
���  "i  the best known ol Brit-
I   missionaries,   lit-  visited
ago in the im. i   I ol
liis wuil.   and  wiv :i  [requeni  visitor
al   tha   home  of   Miss   MacClanaban,
n In   . .i I met In Europe,
Dr, tin :,:��� u is at the head of the
'���  ���'��� found and and Labrador work ol
thi   Royal  National  Mission  to  Deep
i ���  lei up n.  ;i  British    "i ganlza-
tlon,    Sum.   iiii)  years ago  King   Bd-
��< nl ni at- il 1)iiii a companion o| St,
 I  St,  Oeorgi    and Oxford
i "ni.ne upon bim Hi only M Ij it
bea owed,
tie began hla work in Labrador ty
fi ��� .11 i - the hungry and looking attar
tl ��� wants of the need*, in general, A
" cenl wriu-.r sld of him: Di Oren-
f.-11 is physician, preacher, teacht-r,
nn.-I irate. . policeman, cai tographer,
master mariner, llfesaver, Investigator ot wrecks, and salvage captain foi
the whole region. Last season alone,
with thi Strathcona he pulled no*.
less than forty fishing   ,o_is off the
i  '   I'S."
Tb,. Chicago girl he will take to his
fur off lii'iuc- ls deeply interested in
bis wcrk. ��he never has taken an active part <n society. She is a great
traveller, and has recently returned
fro'ii tannine, where she travelled with
Mr. anil Mis. W. R. Stirling and Miss
Dorothy S"-'ing. She is a Bryn -Mawr
gaidu.ile No date Is set fur the wet
dint.
GERMANS OWN
MINES IN WALES
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the stor. where
you ean see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds in
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Comv and s����e how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty,
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
English Politician States the
Fatherland Depends on
England For Fuel.
*****e**m4+44
.+++++++++++++a++++++++++a+
plectric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
|C:ira   for Vancouver   and    way
station.,  will   mn every  halt
hour   from   5:50   a. m.    Last
far leavea at li p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
t'ais  leave  the   depot   every
I twenty   minutes   for  both Sap-
Perton and city limits over the
city   litl���
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
'���^"ttttMMMtMIIIIti UtMlltHMIM
Montreal, July 19.���Th. man who
defied thv English Tory party macblu_
in the recent Sheffield eleciiou, Muir
Wilson, and ran on his own account
on the tariff reform platform, is
now in the city making a trip rou.i'l
the world. He also believes in stale
ownership for the railways of Ens-
land, as well as of the nations coal
mines.
"I have," lie says, "visited the German coal de->osits of Westphalia fitd
East  Prussia,  and can  state  wboiit
fear of official contradiction that their
coal does not possess sufficient p". wer
to  drive ships   of  the    Dreadnought
type,    lt ls also a notorious fact mat
, the Germans  own  six  seams   . 1   the
< very ibest coal  in  South  Wai .s, anJ
Ithey   are  constantly   expor'1%;     very
large    quantities,    which     are   banked in Germany, and, as a matter of
fact,  no  warship of the Div I nought
class can leave Kiel without ae,- bunk
ers being filled with this Welsh coal.
!    "Consequently,  1 maintain  th u  my
; policy would not only build a sufficient
number of Dreadnoughts to k-j > on.
j navy  up to  the  two-nation standard,
hut it would at the same tl _2 paralyze Germany, as far as the sending
of her ships to sea is conce-ied.'
>. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mamsrmctttrere mnd Dmmtere m AU Kmrn' nt
-umber,  Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxe*.
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
-umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue and Twelfth,
12���St. Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and Par*  Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian hospital.
2.1���Queen's Avenue and Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
25���Fifth Avenue and Fou .h.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKensie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small ft Buckllp Mills.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW8.   Tho Morning Paper.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY NEW���j
The Daily News
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
PHONES:
L-22 Business   Office
R 22    Editorial   Rooms
We are after your
business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
If you are not a subscriber to The Daily
Mews you can not be
well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
news early each morning in The Daily News
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
We print all the
news that's fit
to print. We report all the gossip worth while
Births, marriages,
deaths, school doings,
church notes, foreign
news, political intelligence, marine news,
business transfers,
civic matters, legal
cases, fraternal and
social news, etc. Can
you spare 10c a week,
or $1.00 every three
months? That's Jail
The Daily News costs.
Get your name on our
delivery list TODAY
���and get the paper
early in the morning
PHONES:
L-22 Business Office
R-22 Editorial Rooms
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING    PAPER
The Daily News
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T.HE UAlLyEWS.
TUESDAY.
JULY 20
1909,
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Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
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
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
X
SCYTHES,      SNATHS,      HAY-
RAKES,      SCYTHE      STONES,
HAY FORKS.
HONORED MEMORY     !
OE JOHN CAEVIN
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE  HAVE A  SCYTHE "MADE
IN     SWEDEN,"     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND  TO  YOU.
Great Historical Pageant is
Brought to a Close at Geneva, Switzerland.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Qedeva, Switzerland, July 19.���An
historic pageant, -^presenting . {the
growth oi science and ineiaiuix_i la
the fifteenth and sixteenth centuri b,
brought to :i close Geneva's ten-day
celebration of the four hundredth anniversary Of tha birth of John Calvin.
Tlie festival was the whole world's
for the nations ot the world through
their representatives, united In ac-
cordlng homage to the memory of the
great thinker, writer and reformer.
Geneva, where Calvin peformed his
groat work, where, in  1559, he found
id the Academy ol Geneva, an J where,
in 1564, he died, devoted it-elf completely   to  these memorable  tributes
io Calvin.    The chief features of the
festivities were the laying of the cor-;
tc    stone of the Reformation monument  and the observance of the three
.hundred and  fiftieth  anniversary    of
|the  founding  of Gen.va   University.
IThe   monument,  wh.lch   subscriptions
trom all countries made possible, and '
the  corner stotie of  which  was  laid
with   fitting  ceremony   on   July   6,  is
designed as  historical,    popular    and i
jint'-iii.ii.ii t al,' symbolizing tbe idea of i
jCalvIn   in   the  Reformation,    l*   will
jrise on the Esplanade Bastions at l'ie I
Toot  of  the ancient  ramparts of  the
[city, and directly in front of the unl- ���
versity, and will represent the sulle.it
land striking chapters of the Reformation, with statues   of the historic personages who were conspicuous  in  tbat
1 movement.
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.
Social tv il Problem is
Again Before lity Council
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
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
(Continued  from  Page One.)
I Advertising       4,000
j City jail  and  police  station..      6,000
Waterworks extension       253,000
I Incinerator    20,000
Street improvements���
Columbia street     54,000
Ottier streets     31,000
. ne last wlll be reconsidered today
In order to settle the streets. Poll
was fixed ofr August 25.
Miscellaneous.
The application of the managers of
the Opera House, W. N. Carty, for
the reduction of the license fee, again
came up in a letter from Mr. Carty,
and th? council will take the matter
under consideration.
A letter from John FUld, of tho
Westminster Ironworks, offering iron
park see is at $125 a dozen, was referred to the parks committee to report.
Vidal & Bacchus wrote asking tor
permission to address the council on
a proposed track from the B. C. E. R.
track along Lytton square to the
Thompson block, for their warehouses.
Permission was granted, but aldermen expressed the opinion that it
would open a field which would involve the city ln trouble.
MAKE YOUR AP. cAl to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
A  Reliable  Clock
Is a necessity in every home. I have just received an assortment
of 8-day Parlor Clocks. These are both useful and ornamental,
being accurate timekeepers and in handsome cases. Prices from
$7.50 to $12.00.      Als0 the folowijig:
6-day  Kitchen Clocks striking hour and half hour ...$4.50
8-day Office Clocks from   $5.00 to $25.00
Alarm   Clocks,   from   $125 to $3.00        v
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
���������������MHI���_���____-
" EDWARDS FINDS
LOCATING HARD JOB
One-time   Editor of  Eye-Opener Wanders From City to City���May
Return  West.
Calgary, July 19.���R. C. Edwards,
editor of the Calgary Eye-Opener, is
having his troubles trying to find a
new location for his paper. Toronto
was to have been the place originally
then Montreal was inspected. Now it
seems as If he wants to return to 'he
West again, as the possibilities for the
success of his paper seem greater
here. Lately he has been in Montreal '
soliciting the aid of the Grand Trunk
Railway toward securing hlm a site
In one of their towns along their west"
em line. Whether th* railway company will help him Is not y*t known.
It is not believed that he fill return
to Calgary lr view of the handsome
send-oft which the local newspaper
men gave him on leaving for the
east.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to ibe placed on the Household Voters'
List wlll be received at the city clerk's
office up to tho first day of November,
1��09. W. A   DUNOAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
Edison Theatref
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
ESTABLISH
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
THE LATEST HIT8 OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, We_-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
|:30 p. nu
-.-VV"" -���������
r++++++++++++++++++++++++a+44++++++++++++++++444444++
Sapperton
���   ""~���~������____.______._________________ss���
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. i
SUMMER SALE OF
itewear
A   BIG   REDUCTION   IN   PRICES  OF LADIES WHITE  CAMBRIC AND  COTTON   UNDERGARMENTS,
CLEAN, ATTRACTIVE GARMENTS  OF A  MAKE  THAT  IS A  GUARANTEE    OF    PERFECT] _N   0F
STYLE AND  WEARING ABILITY.
CORSET COVERS
NIGHT DRESSES
COMBINATION   UNDERSKIRTS,
DRAWERS
See our large corner show window
for a few lines selected from an immense cholc. on sale in the ready-to-
wear section���Watch next advertisement for list of prices.
ON SALE TODAY.
SOME ATTRACTIVE LINES IN
CHILDREN'S   SUMMER   SACKS.
Lines that are much in demand
these days. Do you need new
hosiery?
CHILDREN'S LACE SOCKS���Fine
lisio sociis iii ban and white; sizes
1 1-2 to 7 1-2 Indies per pair, 20c 'o
25c.
PLAIN COTTON SOCKS in Inn,
black and white; special large sizes
now in slock G 1-2 to 8 1-2 Inches;
per pair 20c to 25c
MERCERIZED LACE SOCKS in
tan lisle thread finish; sizes 6 1-2 to
8 inches.     Per pair 25e to 35c
COLORED CASHMERE SOCKS���
Pink and sky colors only; sizes 4 1-2
to 5 1-2 inches.     Per pair 15c
Three-quarter length Socks���Black
cashmere socks.garter top, sizes 5 to
7 inches.     Per pair 25c
SPECIAL   PRICES TODAY
ON TABLE LINENS
Pure linen table napkins, each.. 10c
Three-quarter size pure linen tatoh
napkins, hemmed or plain styles.  10
dozen  only,  sold  singly  each   ...10c
WIDE   LINEN
TABLE  DAMASK,
50c PER YARD
Regular values 60c and 65c. Four
pieces only bloached table linen, 60
to 72 inches. Small patterns. TOees
linens are from the best Irish manufactures and are most desiraihle for
every day use. Regular value COe
and 65c.      Today's price per yd...50c
COTTON
TABLE   DAMASK
A table damask with a perfect linen finish wlch remains after being
washed. Patterns are attractive.
You will be pleased with tho wearing
qualities.   Per  yard    75c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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