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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Wrv-
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ASSURANCE        5
WHITE, SHILES &| >.
260 Columbia St.    Phone  ��� 4
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SDAY, JULY 15,  1909.
FIVK CENTS
DEMAND ORIGINAL
LACROSSE OfTKULS
!i
COPY.
ITALIAN MINISItKS
HGiif If.
New Westminster Wants No!Mercantile Subsidies Bill th
, , in the Matter of I Cause of. Riot Among De]
Referees.
Wim
M
ENGINEER WILL BE      CANNfrl-S AO-EliE
NAMED ON MONDAY     EO ORIGINAL OfffR
���"'   '���    i I
Uilv I!urnabyC
ouncil.Wants Man Decide   Not   to   Go  Above
With Knowledge of Road-1    12 l-2c and 10c Fur Sock-
. ,    \\. itminster     Lacrosse
:  , do changes In the
. u ,      on   Saturdaj
...   referei    oLosen
menl ol the si i on
,.., was tbe decision
.   meeting ol  tbe clu,
,   ,     ,
1    ...     d .-nl. I    thai
.    i. |u ted    b lore the
a Isfai torj   assurance
the original agre -
i  Daj match wm
Until   i.iis   is .done
ll.. :.    Wl ;'"   ���������'""'���
Ion on the pan ol the
Iqjj c]u an ans that Saturdaj D
played under either
Gray and Vorke, or Lynch and Hair.
and it. thi second place that Vancou-
VM ,���.. promise io plaj  the
Labor Da) ",l!:" '"'''*-' ��'" " played In
i . hand  over one-half the
_.,,,   .   ,;      in ihe   New  Westminster club,
Decision   is   Final.
Tills villi be the stand taken Iby *he
local club ai the meeting of the exe-
cative "I the B. C, L. A. tomorrow.
At lasi ..ling's meeting the team
waa 'lm ��� :i for Saturday as follows;
Goal, Gray; point, Oalbralth; cover
point, T. Gilford; first defence, .1
Gilford; Becond defence, T. Rennle;
third def. : - Q Rennie; centi*.-. W.
Turnbull: 'bird home, Wlntemute,
second home C. Spring; flrst home.
G. Spring; outside, L. Turnbull; inside boms   Latham.
The defi I lining up much as
wai expected, but the arrangement ot
th. home oomes as something of a
surprise,
uties.
Rome. July  11     Thi   poll b al
ties bave bi en waging a ho   ���
the last few days on tl"-   mei
subsidies  bill,  which    i    causi
EIVE GIRLS ARE DROWNED IN BURRARD INLET
making.
eye This Year.
The H   0 Canners are stil] holding
'I :... Iliiamh. en.in. ii dealt with the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the applications for the position of ]>>' their determination to pay only
municipal    engineer    yesterday,    and   l. !-.<��� and 10c for flsh thl   season.
common agitation *n the shipping   u-   M;<s Ankers Takr---   Partv From  Smith WP-min��ter tn  Al    ''" '' !' ! oul  the ?"'"'':''","is "' ii,: '      A meeting was held In th
dustry,     -I,,,, temp,    ol  I . 'Y11" rtnKers lanes rarty rrom __outn Westminster to Al- ,,,   i(lll,    who will  b,   ask  , to meet'
nag often been al win:, hi d and it.
almost 1 d to a rlol todaj
Colojannl, Repul lican, sa ,i the nun
latere r. sponsible for the s ib Idle -
ought to be prosecut. d, �� In ip n
Signor Scanzar, minisi. i ol i
telegraphs, ruBhed ai Colajanni and
punched him. Pandemon um broke
nut. The minister's friends pulled
him form Colajanni. tearing bia c- al
in ipdng bo. Srlianzar escaped, and
made another rush ai Colajanni, but
was stopped.
The struggle wae repeated four or
five times, Schanzar all the time In a
furious rage. The Republicans ti in
ted him, and the public in Vie galleries shouted rival epithets, ace .rdlng
to tli. ir views. The president was unable to quell the uproar, and suspended the session. The ministerialists
flocked Hrouiid Srlianzar. and embraced and applauded bim The Incident seined to hav? caused a re-
reaction in the government's favor.
BI6 PACKING FIRM
BUYS SITE HERE
iceville    Girls   Lose   Lives   in   Effort   to   Save
One Another    Two Bodies Recovered.
THE GIRLS DROWNED AT ALICEVILLE.
Gertrude Ankers, Sapperton, aged 22, body found.
Annie Murphy, South Westminster, aged 19.
Lyle Buck, Timberland, aged 15, body found.
May Murphy, South Westminster, a ed 14.
Alfhild Paulsen, Timberland. aged 11.
      rooms of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,Mi, in   \aiicouv.      _____________
Vi.    council,   and   a   ilicl.iun   wi'l   be I , '   *
. ���  .    lay, ''���'������   '"  ,'1""""'  the  d ���...i.d  of  I ie
Tenders were called for the supply whit, fishermen to the efteel that the
of rock lor use ou the Vancouvei' and price "i   16c  per ii-vi  be  pan  during
ii.. tings in.nl- and Third avenue, and July, and   12   1 2c  tor  I ie  '  malnd r
also tor the cut  and till on the Van- "t lhe season.   After same discussion,
coiiv��� i  road as Bbown on Col  Tracy's however, it was unSnimouslj  Oec.d d
profile.      The council also consider .d to stay by the original offer oi 12 i.e.
Hie   advisability  oi   purchasing    road for July and  10c  fur the rest of tha
making  machinery  laying 'he matter season.
over for further consideration.
Had <o Follow Law.
Ottawa. July 14.���Tin- calling oul ol
1 bis decision on tbe part of iho
canners bas been conveyed to Hie
white fishermen ut up to the present
they  have made no statement as to
the troops at Glace Bay was done bj   'n' '���  tatenlons in the matter.
County    Judge    Flnlayson,    who ad-      *lle  **rst ot  this season's Bockeyv.
ilr.ssed   the  necessaiv     requisition   ioiWll'u  laMn    In  th<-*    nver  yesterday,
Y. Griffin of Vancouver Buys Large, for   some   time     at ^^^
school,  and   it  was  a picnic
A sad accident has marred the pic- the girls entered the water,
nic season In the drowning yesterday q, P. R. Lends Help,
of Miss Gertrude Ankers, aged 22. and      while  anxious  eyes  Ware   watching
four  other    local  girls   at  Aliceville, for returning signs of vitality, a C. P.
near Port Moody on Burrard inlet. R-   work   train  came   along,   and  the
crew, who had seen something of the
A Picnic Party. searchers stopped it. found what was
Miss   Ankers,   a  daughter   of   John amiss, and went on t*> Pori Moody to
���\nkers  in charge of the c.tv pipe lin.- bring  Dr.  Robert  Rooinson,  Uie divi-
,,    ',,,       ,,.      >._,    ,���,,���i., Kr-hrxii Blonal  coroner,    and  took    t"ne  body
to (oiitnt am lake,  has  taugm  btnooi _____.*_
io  __i_iiui_ju back        (he  town   wh(._.,   the  (1(K.tor
the   Brow.ifeville ^i^a al)  tnque8,  unneceBMlry
on Judge Flnlayson taking action, oatches. About one hundred flsU in
telegraphed a protest to the militia all **** reoelved by the local canner-
department here.      The protest. how-!les-
ever was useless as the department I Now 'hat ihe sockeyes have one-
has no volition in thG matter, tlie re- appeared in the river It is anticipated
milrements  of   the   law  having  been | "'at  they   will   continue  to come  In.
carried   ut.
PHYSICIANS DECLARE
LEPER TO BE HEALED
increasing numbers,
and
.URfiES ESTABLISHMENT
OF MUNICIPAL ABATTOIR
(Jo-minion Veterinary   Director-General
and  Livj  Stock  Commissioner
Condemns Slaughter  House.
Lot on  Front  Street  Suitable  for
Indus.rial   Purposes.
to her pernlitted the removal of the remains
voung charges which took the party from Port Moody to 'his city in Mur-
yesterday to the resort. .here were chies undertaking wagon, which had
*  b        *    , ,_..,n.i, met already been sent fnr.
fifteen in tbe merry group which met,    ___._.__.���    .,__ _._._
After   Eight   Months   Treatmsni   Skin
and Cancer Experts State That
Patient   is  Whole.
Meanwhile   rigs had  been     arriving
at the Fraser bridge yesterday, being from   ^  cl(v   among   those   coming
A  big real estate deal  which  may idriven   out b}.  L   T.    Brown,     The 0lu  ^i^   l0hn  Jackson, a neighbor
be   the   Brat   step    toward   the eStab- |partv included several members of tno of the Ankers, .1. Wise. Rev.  E. G. T.
Hat-men)  Of an Important  industry  In ��� M.urpl^    and    Paulsen    families and  Thompson, and J. J. Cambridge.
this  city  was  put  through  yesterday.     .      re_,idents of Sumy.      V'pon ar-J
Th��� deal  in  question   was  therfBale Y,   .,,   lhp  bathing  beach  the boys Pobce on  Scene.
of   lot  2,   city   block   7,    situated   on  ,.,.,,,,,..,,ed  from  the girls, an.i all  be-      Provincial Police ConstaLlea WUkle
Front  street,  one  lot Jo^t*  ���_*��  ffS35_?".  VW the -ty 'and Gammon aad arrivedwl* ef edl- *   ��^^^J* .j*
er    grappling nounced  cured   tonight,   He  was  d��-
    belonging to  thejclared free  trom affliction  by Ur.  _.
through  by W.  .1.  Kerr, of this city, I""���  -rtt ~CirtB"no't  to go  Into  the jolllerles   at   Port   Mood,-,  and   Robert \ Duncan   Uulkeley,   the  expert.at   Uw
and  the considenitlon wa, $12,000.  ^ tiSS^tS'JSf i   o'c,c__,   bn.   they , APernethy S    gasoline      launch    The |��da  ��*JJjg hatffX. Jp^JJ
New York. July 14���After eight
months' confinement in a solitary
prison with a stone wall separating
him from the r,st of the world in the
firm belief that lie waa a leper, John
Australia Not Arid.
Melbourne, Australia, July 14-���Sen-
ater McCall, who represented Australia at th. farming congress held recently at Cheyenne, Wyoming, today
said to the Australian fanners assembled in convention at Bendigo, that
Australia was a much better agricultural country than either the United
States or Canada. He combaited the
idea that Australia was arid, saying
that he had seen drier areas than
tiiise of Australia Successfully farmed
lii  America.
Lytton  square,  to J.  Y.  Griffin,  head  BaniUlrv inspector, whods spending a!Uon,  and    staitel
of the well known tirm of packers in ^^���- ���    J ��� ^^^^^^^^^^���
     to
few days "at "the resort with bis daugh-  bodies,   but  lacked  prop
Vanixniv.-r. The     deal     was     PUl,^    aIj(f    son-in-law,     W.   H.   Clarke, .Irons.       Kowuoats     "'"���
water   till
In   making   the  purchase   Mr.   Grif- tli'sr,,garded him   and decided io wade white Heather, were pressed into the
Hn  made no definite Statement  as  to  _.t fl Ill;u.e gome' sixty yards from the service, and tbe search continued with
Ottawa July. 14.���"Municipal  in. at
Inspection thro .-���'.   u  Canada Is sim-
iy a farce."   Tin- |> the statement
lrii.nl.. iy Dr, .1  G, Rutherford, Veter-
linnr> Director-General and Live Stock
���Commissioner, who has  for the pa*t
yeaT  and   a  half   been   Investigating Ierection   of
conditions for th.   Dominion   govern- plant.
ment Vast quantities of diseaKd | lhe lot-Is well suited for Industrial
meat, he says, is being oonsumed purposes. It front- upon the '.racks
dally. |0f the Great   Northern and C, P.  R.,
Whai  Is needed,    Dr.   Rutherford's j and the new line of the B. C. E. ' .'���
Y    is the "abolition of thelOo.,   to  Chilliwack   runs   immediately  ^j'.j"
v       te  -daughter bouse,  with  all  it-siin front of it.      Easy access is to be    ^   	
I abominations, and  the establishment had tn the river by means of ihe Great g]j'e wag provided with a pair of swim
f municipal abattoirs." Northern wharf which is immediately
Oondltlons as they exist  here,    he [across   Front   street,
.claims are worse than those revealed      Mr. Griffin was head of one of the
largest -acklng firms In Winnipeg,
iwhich be sold out to tu. Swifts, on
moving   io  Vancouver.
all    afternoon.
L'llimately
his     Intentions,   but   it   is  understood   -    -_-- . . .     ,.        .,���,.,
that  the  lot  ls to be  used in  conn,-,-  g��mmer     residence  of     Mr     ��WCe. energy
lion  with  the  business  of  the Griffin   "er�� 'he water U obsmicted byj^eeds after hours of work, the body of Mis*.
firm.      it   Is  rumored  lha,   work   will  abo"*  a hundred    feet    out,  and    heifjuck  was recovered, and  removed to
In tbe near future be started upon the ll*ach s"ehvs sharl''*v ol08e    l��   the Pale��  undertaking parlors.     J. Wise.
a   large    warehouse   and ,shore' who  had   worked  assiduously,  caught
1 ��_i. -      ���_ ���       _,.���._ Ule bathing    dress in    the grappling
Self Sacrificing  Heroism. hook_   ,...., ^ p]ace ^ ^^ fw
li   was about  12:30  when the  _wls Ifuthw e_amiuatlou todav
entered the    water,    Alfhild  Paulsen,
aged   11,  going  first.      She   had not.
tai  when    she  gave a cry for
and   Miss   Ankers,   anxious   for
gjlle
PHOENIX ELIMINATES
EIGHT OF HER SALOONS
Phoenix, B.C., July 14���The moral
wave which has Ibeen sweeping over
Phoenix since the election of the
1909 city council, last January reached
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^    a climajt last  night  when  the police
Every  device   which   coul l   suggest ! ax_<l   license   commissioners  met   and
itself  to the  searchers was  tried.    A  granted renewals for the current half
" "    fifteen n-
Adverte to Dynamite.
ingion  authorities.
BATTLE HAGES IN STREETS
HE CAPITAL HE PEKSIA
Nationalist     Rebels     Make    Headway
Against Cossacks of the Shah���
Hundreds Killed.
her  charge,   went   to   her  assistance. jkmf of bread was thrown in the hope  year  to only Seven  of the
,er h - ��� - - 'it would sink over the bodies accord- i censes  held  by  hotels in the City  at
!'"('"'     In Chicago.    Tli*. need ls for
ipalgn nf education  which  will
ton -    very municipality t0 the need
; of carefu] Inspection,
LOVE'S   YOUNG   DREAM
VANISHES  IN  COURT
GUM  CHEWING CONSTABLE
NU    __I>._>/-.D__ .    ,r
SHOCKS  COMMISSION   '^T ,|���,
assistance.     Pout  wore    now In rhe
water    struggling,    and    Lyle   Buck,
from  the  bank,  pushed  her
Vancouver, July   13.���"I'll  not mar-
V' that kind of a man. and I break off
our engagement right here and now!"
hl 'ii the  witness  box  In  P<>-
thls morning, Agnes Alona
i  i i' possessing young  woman
��� ���   I- a.   dramatically    brokei��� .   ,.,���    ,,, _   ������.
-emeni   with   Alva  Menl]  of  w��f ll<'d "K    ^e ""'
a  fountain    and was
M' Till waa inii'sK-d I,n a charge of
Miss  Hal,.  f���td   the COUri
'     '������'���' V   a. ii  .M.'irUl seni   for
��� :il   '���nine     wiih     coii-,.l,ialile
h  ii" promptly   borrowed
1 '���' ''    W   divers     t|���i,.s   j,,   small
Finally   he   frankly   told
lli;'t he did not taring her here w
'  1!hl  ;i11 day and  that she musl
��ui ami work.
laid by
Constable
Hamilton, July 14.���The police commissioners held a meeting at noon
yesterday to consider a cbargi
Sei'geam Knox against'
Hay, who was on the eurpet for chewing gum whll,. on duty. Hay's explanation ol the charge was that b>?
was the possessor of false teeth, anil
thai on the occasion in iiu-estioii he
unnatural teeth al
_ comp.dhxl   to
chew a chlcklet to take tne taste of
tin- ablutions out of his mouth. The
Commissioners referred tbe 'nai ter to
Police Chief Smith, with full power to
deal with the gum chewing policemen.
Ough the reeds to the others
A younger sister i. the Murphys
cam,, next, but she had the good
sense to go back.
Recover One Body.
A  cry of horror called  the i_oys to
a~_m,<a   inn tli,, crvine childi
th ���   elde;
had   nap
Teheran, Persia. July 14.���Canonad-
ing today resulted in th_ heaviest los_^
es in both Royalist aud Nationau-i.
armies that have been suffered since
the rebels stormed tbe city early yesterday morning. Hundreds Of soldiers were killed and the fighting is
still in progress, it is impossible to
estimate the loss in either army since
the fighting began because of the
wide area over which the battle has.
ranged. The rebels, who are determined to overthow the Shah and re-
the constitution, are making,
fight to reach the palace anil
.ills morning stormed the bar-
which are the last hope of tlit-
BANKERS STILL TALK
OVER CHINESE  I OAN
���,-oufd ruin Uie bodies, which are be-1realty, Hoyalists.
lievec to be heid    in the weeds.      It |    The only hotels doing business ""      Three attacks were made upon tho
was   not   till    7:HO    p.m.    that  Miss  the 16th  will  be the  Brooklyn,  King, entrenchments    surrounding    Central
Buck's  body  could  be  found.      With  Dominion,  Central,   Alexander,   Knob, square during the night.    Twice were
the ebb  tide the  searchers  are confi-  Hill   and   Butte,   whde     the   Summit,  the  �� .bels   repulsed,  but  af last suc-
den: of finding  uhe  remainder. Bellevue, Cottage, Mint, Nordon. Map- oeedod in overpowering the defenders-
Mr   and Mrs. .1. E. Murphy, parents  pie   Leaf,  Golden  and    Stem  Winder an<j  gaining  a foothold  In  Hi garden
of the two girls, had been notified and  pass out of existence.   The action   of 0f   the   home  of   Col.   Liakhoff,  com-
Mr   Murphy   arrived   as  soon  as  pos-  the   commissioners   is   a  lively   topic  nmuiler   of   the   loyal   Persian     Oos-
siule   overcome    by    the   distressing  In this city.   Gambling and open bars sacks.    This garden adjoins the bar-
tho rescue but the crying children on I fatallty. on   Sunday   were   elmlnated  In   this acade and is a position bt great ad-
,     i������i-   ,.r,,ii,i   not  ' uiv  th ���   elde; , ...,,, ���  - city some months ago. vantage to the atiiickiug forces.
U'e   b.  ,,,., ,   .*,   !���|   im.   I Families Well Known. ; The  cossacks  are  now  shelling tho
"!!.       HoweVer    Tom     Murphy,   a      The families are so well known that   S��RV|AN G0VERNMENT |.*.s!tlon of the rebels In the hope Of
BSE, of the girls,^and another put the accident m,, cast a^om over _ ^^ ^^ ,���S]0dging them
;'"',,".ho^1  wat'l   *T1   y    d'agBH.  __d�� bad'   been   teaching  tor  0��
head nbove,t      ire-i.hi.VancI paiid   past   three  or    four    years,  and bad
still breaming, ana i i      ^ with honors     ghe patch ,o (hc Dally Mal, savS ,,,.���
w��h was engaged to be married, and the Austrian soldiers and fifty gendarn.-s.
have   occurred   this  who were found occupying a hi'ivian
Mr.   Pearce.   and   he   took   C"��~-  '"  ���      ���-    sympathy    will be island  in the  river Drlna,  have  been
operations  for  the  recovery
bodk'i
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t_e""l)"o' "c. aTHaTifax on"th��J'mayor I several of the fishermen who were out r v'.; ,.   "l   '
having refused to do so.     The mayor,  with    sockeye     nets     making   small .,;    ,,,;','���',  ���.���' ,���
ARRESTS AUSTRI
London,   July   14.���A   Belgrade   'bs-  COMPl'-SORY   SERVICE
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her aboard ^^^^^^^^^^^^
her to shore.
Fortunately   one  was  present        ,.._,.
nnllna   eMierl nee   in   the    person   Of wedding   was   to
police  experience in           *          <)t vacatl(m      Much   RVmp..,hy
the fell   for   Mr,   and   Mrs.   Ankers,   who  formally  aiT.-sted.
For an hour he and others ae left with only a son living.              |    The  Servian  government    has  pro-
*    '   *���*-- Miss  Buci
SHELVED FOR PRESENT
agisted in an ^ ^neS^oweS Buck, Dominion  fire ranger, formerly
InTot   Returning   C"m-.'msn.ss. pO-to��uW of   Timberland,   and   MlsS
n      ,                                              .the   international   bankets,  so  far as ���� J         minutes elapsed before the Paulsen  was daughter ol  b.  O. Paul-
Burglar Shoots Woman.               London is  concerned,  have  been con- ���]y WHs on tfae bank from the time sen, of tu same place.	
Xork.    July    14.���Mrs, Sophie (eluded  without  arrangements  for tna- ._���1_     ���������   ?~
London, July 14.���The meetings of
wif,.  of   "Georga   Staber,' an I participation    of    Americans    in  thej
i   "ii Dttaffe str.-pt,    this city,  Hankow-Sze-Chien    railroad    loan    of
was Bhoi   and instantly  killed  ln her i$27,500.00(1 heing agreed upon.      Tne
llOril,.    Ill    Vl.,1,1 L      .   _. .    . . ....   V '.....__      .        ..ll-
w^s  a  daughter of A.  tested to Vienna.
formerly | Everybody is very much excited
over tbe Incident. Tlivre Is much
discussion of the problem of what to
do with the captives.
_-���*	
Grecian Army Mobilizes
in Fliuibush, Long Island, while
^]���'l��-��� ber son in a struggle with a
DUrglar early today.
The burglar, shaking off    the son,
_.'      through a window and escaped.
two hats found In the yard indicated
nai   th,.  murderer  had an  assistant
���_? guard out_l-_ .he house.
Jl  ,.,4.V,......       -a....,, ���       _.-
negotiations, howe\-cr, are still going
on, and further meetings will be held '
in Paris and probably Berlin. It is
said that the meetings of the foreign
bankers was adjourned to allow the
representatives of the continental
consuls to consult with their governments.  ^^^
Salontca,
on Frontier of Turkey
Turkey    July   14.���A   de- Greeks off the Turkish frontier.   Sev.
'V . ��..._.       .��.!   '...-I      A...,,,      n��n      llwa      11\ 1 r,l       11 Till V      ,Hirl)S
All Qule. at Glace Bay.
London, July li.���The house Ot
lords yesterday by a vote of 12;', to
103 decided not to proceed with the
National Service .1,111 which Lord
Roberts had introduced. The bill provided for the compulsory service In
the territorial amy of all male cltl-
zetiB betwejp the ages of IH and  U0.
The decision of the lords was taken
at the advice of th_ Unionist leaders,
why considered It Inadvisable to interfere with War Secretary Haldanes
Sydney,  N.S.,  July   14.���There  ni\.   _     	
no signs of anv  kind of disturbance scheme for the reorganization of tne
|in   the   Strike   situation   today.     The territorial   forces  until  a change    or
company Is bringing in men by water (rovornment should  make it possible
���jfroiri   Montreal   and  claim   they   are to Introduce some ^ucn Idea as   that
I In-proving their situation dally.
proposed by Lord Roberts.
Amir Orders the Afghans
to Cease Raids on Border
Simla, July 14.���News has been re-(refrain from creating trouble In Brit-
" Ish territory.   He ha. also ����*��"**
the <border officials not to correspond
rlaration  of  war  aginst  Turkey  and jeral days ago  the  ibird  army corps .//��__ ��� f_ ' f ���
Grew!^b momentarily expected   and mobilised   In   this   section   Mdoom-\Qfaf Qf RUSSlan  PollCC
u-ops are being mobLized by both na- menced  giving the  Grecians 08  the I wwaaw   n��
^sV anticipation of the clash. To- [frontier claiming that the Greeks were
���-_v it nnr.enr_ but a matter of hours atoing as spies.
__f_J_ ?hpfl_htin_ win (begin Indignant at their treatment at the
beThimmXt?!a_se of C quarrel ands of the Turks, the Greeks made
Jwlen the two SSK. . ?he re- formal complaint to their king and
MltrfVwcent order issued at Ccc-1 th* result waa that secret orders were
St��t?nople for the troops to drive all Issued ro mobilize the Greek army.
celved fror*. the frontier that the Amir
aas Issued strict orders to the Af-
______ nihel��ls on tii- Kurram border to
Prince Kunl to Visit Canada.
London,    July     14.���Prince      and
Princess  Kunl  of  Japan,   who have
*���*��� + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
uie 'owner "uitmio "���"  ���  - -     .. ����..���������   ��   ~���w   ��� -mn
with British officers, but Jo refer ��.  ,r�� fc, prolonged    tour of
disputes  to Kabul in order tbat he :^^n��     ��      ^ t ^
trvspond personally witn        ,        ^' Eng,and> have decided to re-
+ + +'��� many cr
The News regrets that owing
to a breakdown of the machinery, L appears with le-a matter  than   usual   this   morning.
��� Viceroy.
Mysterious Disease.
Weymouth, N- S., July 14.���dOhn
Pleasant (cottn-ed) died yesterday. H.
w�� the fourth member ot the family
to die In as many weeks. They were
taken   with a   disease  somewhat  re-
��� vivrni).        ^^^                    ,i__h_._. is ; t_irn   hom__  by  way of  America,  W��a I *���v���   tv.w-  ne,   ��� -^.-.w   - -���
��� The notorious Mullah Powlndah W -, turn  nome  v^  way ��� ^ Au \       m      typhold, and nine *��JV*
��� reported to be collecting a "��mb"^!^1t '"^Mnce   Kunl     distinguished tcrward died In spit* of   everything
��� pensioned Indian Army MM _���1 lS^L.u  f" ^e  RusSO_apane��e   war, that could be done.      Mrs. Pleasant,
_    ��>  ��*-".   ln.s  m-.ra.nB.   ��� lng them  good pay and a share of W��"��  *$_ ^*     mbw rf u_._taff of mether of the family, has now been
��� ��� the property collected In raW** t_e whents'-ana ���   urr                          g^ m
* + + + + + + + + + + + + * + + + + + BHtlnb border.                    *f'        General t-uro��i.
C
I a_r
May Be One- Time Anarchist
Paris, July  14.���Considerable  com- from the list of the Legion of Honor
ment was caused here today by the I and forbidden to enter France.	
publication of the assertion attriibut- asss^^sbiba���y^���^
ed to M. Bourtzeff, the exiled Bus- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
sian  ltterateur,  who exposed  Eugene + ���
Aceff, to the effect that Gen.  Hard- + Yesterday's Baseball. ���
lng, head of tbe Russian secret police +   Vancouver     2   ���
in   Paris,  is  identical   with*fcander- .^   Aberdeen    3   ���
son,   sentenced   by  default    in    five ^   ^^^���
years' imprisonment in Paris In 1890 +   Seattle	
tor    organising    dynamite    outrages +   Spokane	
against Uie Csar, Alexander I.U. .+ 	
The Government  has  ordered    an +   Tacoma	
enquiry  to  establish   the  truth    of +   Portland '...,:
Bourtxeff's statement, and    if    it is + |^_^^^^
substantial,   Harding  wlll   be  struck + + + ++++ + + + + +.+ + + + + + +
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY  1.
1909
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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  fell  the people what you have to sell, why they shou.d    purchase   from   ycu.   and   e
thing of the value you offer them  in return for their money.      Too many of us  have  got the habit of thinking thnt because  we  have been  a  long time   in   business  everyone  must  of  n cessity   know   all   about  us   ai  I
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns  of The  Daily  News and keep abreast  of  the  times.
WANTED ��� GOOD DINING ROOM
girl. Apply at once at Guichon
hotel.
WANTED POSITION BY JAPAN
ese boy i" hotel. P. 0. Box 296
city.
WANTED ��� A SMALL COTTAGE
near city in exchange for Vancouver lot (I). L. 121* and cash payments. Address Box it--, Dally
News office.
WANTED���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
by man and wife; no children. D.
N., News office.
WANTED���GOOD    GENERAL    SER-
vant, no washing.      Apply  Mrs.  W.
T.  Reid, 51  Royal avenue.
WANTED���GIRL TO WORK. AT
the Royal City Laundry.
H.  T.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections nnd storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for tho
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7, Ham-
ldy block   P. O. box 7P5.
Till". SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITKCT,
Room li. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G. W.  SA1T.  ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone  338.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm   and   Suoilrban   property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL Estate and insurance. Phone 335. 1S6
Columbia street. P. 0. drawer 100.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia  street,  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
Ithe fraser valley nurseries,
1    Ltd.,   Burnaby   Lake���For    healthy,
j    home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.      P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Proi Ince office, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne sireet, W. N. Carty. manager,
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
and Xovcnili r. at . p.m. Animal
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members maj be
proposed and electi d al any montb
ly or quarterly meeting. C.
Stuart-Wad.', sti'ivy.
H.
(j 0. F��� ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at  . o'clock.    Visiting brethren
will be made welci , G. E, Gill . .
N. 0.; C. E Osborne, P G, recording secretary
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
LOST.
LOST ��� AT QUEEN S PARK,
child's gold lockei and chain, initials M. F. H.; also contains photo
of two children. Finder please
leave at this office.
_OST ��� IN ORANGE PARADE,
bunch of keys; finder kindly return
to W. E. Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set witb four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS, 60x120,
cleaned; Sixth Btreet car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILES FROM
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room bouse,
barn.      Price, $2200;   terms.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite tlie Postoffice, Box -74;
phone 408. Real estate and insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and tarm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's "cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair," Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIVE-
room cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; balance, to suit purchaser. G. Hall,
East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE.
new six-room house close to Twelfth
. street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.	
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W.      MYERS    GRAY,    BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
ROOMS TO RENT.
FURNITURE
TO LET���LARGE BEDROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh, No. 701.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
|W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P, O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO   RBNT���SEVEN-ROOM    HOUSE, I
with bath, $12 per month.      Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street, j
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY.   TO.   LOAN���I.  AM.   PRE-
pared    to advance    money  to any
GROCERY.
FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
I    cerles, phone 386.     The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.  N.  DRAPER,  B.  C.   LAND  SUK-
-iveyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
amount for building purpose- on RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
city propehty- Apply Dr. A. D. j smart turnout The Fashion Sta-
Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster. I   bles.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY ANT) SELL FURNITURE
and all k-.'fls of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLIVV1-
bia    street. Firts-class    moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M. ; L. O. L.
No. 1150; L. O, L��� No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0. F ; C. O,
F. Court Westminster, N'o. _:_�����;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 29.
tpurchaser within forty-flvi
the date of tne iir.-i pu i ca
notice upon you, and ��� .-.   .
i a. vii ur certificate ol II -
lng Bled within such perio I
fault   of   redemption   bi f n
tion, you and each of you ��
. ver estopped and debar
ting up any claim to or In n
the said  land,    and    I
Pi ter Henderson as on ni i
fee.     Ami I hereby ordi
i aViui of this notice lv   tl
a daily newspaper publl
Westminster,  will  be | o
'dent service thereof.
Dated   nt   Hi,-  Lam!   Ri
New Westminster, Provlnci i
Columfl ia, this 3rd dav of M ij
1909
C. S. KEI
District    R
To   Yuk    Chee,    Chew    tj
John J. Weir.
A   I),
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wedin-s
day and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estl
mates furnished,
prietor. Works
and car line. P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro-
Corner  Eleventh
O. box 251, Phone
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum.
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nohle
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. Becy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordiallv invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W, hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson streei.
LAND   REGISTKY   ACT.
Take notice thai 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 thy
Oth day of January, A. IJ.. 1904, of all
and singular thai certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in tlie City oi New
Westminster, in the 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 ynu are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-flve clays from the
date of the first publication of this notice, otherwise I shall register F. McCleery as owner thereof in fee. And
I hereby direct that publication Of
this notice ln a daily newspaper for
thirty days, published at New Westminster, will be good and sufficient
ervice thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce.
iNew Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 26th dav of Fvbruarv,
A.  D..  1909.
To  Joseph    E.    Gaynor,  Joseph  E.
Gavnor 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
jany  unregistered  Instrument,  and  all
persons  claiming  any  Interest  in  the
'said  land  by  des.eni,  whose  title  Is
jnot registered under the provisions of
'the   "Land   Registry     act.'    shall   be
j forever   estopped   nnd   dobarred   from
setting up any claim to or In respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
.provided by the "Land Registry Act"
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at S o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the 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 first and third
Tuesday of every month in K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Sumerland.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In tne
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
Take notice, that an application
has been made to register Peter Henderson as tlie owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and cleTk of Surrey, to The Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of
December, A. D., 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
| land and premises situate, lying and
being in the District of New Westminster, In tbe Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lots 3 and 4. if
Block 4, being part of Lots 7 and .
Group 2, Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being part of Lots 7 and 8, Group 2;
Lot 9, of Block 4, being part of Lois
7 and 8, Group 2.
You and 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
Is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are required to contest the claim of the tax
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONb
|    Any availably Dominion Land- at
in the railway  belt in British U_t_.
;bia, may  be homesteaded by any J8-
Ison who is the sole head of a fanffl.
or any male over IS years of age, _
the  extent   of  one-quarter  section ol
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the distnci
in which the land is situate. Entrj
by proxy may, however, Ire made on
certain conditions by tbe la'.ier,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sis-
ter of an intending homestead.-!
The homesteader Ib required t. perform the conditions conuectr-.i , r-
wltb under one ol tbe to,:..wing
plans:
(1) At least six months' resident
upon  and  cultivation  of the  laud od
jeach j'ear for three years.
(2) If the father ( or moth'-r if tne
father ls decased), of the homestead*
iresides ui_n a farm In the vicinity ol
Ithe land entered for, the requh-ementi
'as to residence may be satisfied <
such pel-son residing with tbe lather
or mother.
(8) If the settler has his permiudf
residence upon farming land "m*
by him ln the vicinity of his now
stead, the requirements as to re ���'���'���������'-
may be satisfied by resld-iiiv upon
.the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
be given  to the commission r ol Uo-
minion  lands  at  Ottawa of  intention
to apply for patent.
i    Coal.���Coal   mining  rights  may  .
leased   for    a   period  of    twenty-OW
years at   an  annual   rental  ol  $1 P*r
acre.       Not    more    than    2560   .nre!
shall  be leased  to one Individual or
company.      A  royalty  at thi   rate "I
five cents  per ton  shall  be c dlected
on the merchantable coal mini I
W. W. CORY
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication   "I
this advertisement will    not be P��1(1
for.
LAND  ACT.
Comox Land District.
District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
Take notice that O. B. Jaco son, ol
Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher,
Intends to apply for permission to
lease  the  following    descrined  land:
Commencing at a post planted at
the west end of Lewis island, then-
northerly, easterly, southerly an 1 ne*
terly and northerly, following tne
shore line around the Island tn tne
point of commencement, oontalnl _
800 acres more or lees.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
OLE B. JACOBSON
MODEL OF THE FIRST
STEAMBOAT IS LAUNCHED
Replica   of   Fulton's   Famous   Vessel
Takes the Wate.-Wil| Voyage
From New York to Albany.
AMERICA- TOURISTS
DISGRACE THEMSELVES
New York, July 14.���The staunch
looking little craft which is a replica-
of RobeTt Fulton's Hudson river steamboat, the Clermont was launched today under the auspices of the Hudson-
Fulton celebration committee at the
marine harbor yards of the Staten island Ship-building company. During
the Hudison-Fulton celebration next
fall the Clermont replica will be the
central figure In a great flotilla of
warships of all nations which will accompany her over the same course on
the Hudson from New York to Albany
when Hamilton took the original trip
on Aug. 17, 1807. The replica is as
nearly the duplicate of the original
as thv commission could build from
plans and dimensions produced.
Cause Commotion in Toronto By Dragging   the   Canad<ian   Flag!   In
Dirt of Streets,
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to tbe public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW8.   The Morning Paper.
Toronto, July 14.���"If   there   is   a
.-.petition  of the  trouble,  the  police
will be armed with authority to maks
tlie offenders  respect the flag."  This
was the answer given uy Mayor Oliver
'to a deputation comprising Controller
iHocken,   Rev.   John   Ooburn,   W.   H.
I Elliott and James Hales, who appeared in his ofllce yesterday io enter a
protest against the conduct oi  some
American   "lsltors   who    disregarded
national etiquette In a ruthless manner by allowing a  Canadian  flag to
trail Ihehlnd a tally-lio.
lv appears that on Monday, last a
party of Americans who came to Toronto to celbrate their national holiday hired a tally-ho and decorated
the seats with American flags, while
a Canadian flag was tied to the back
ajtle of the rig and allowed to drag In
tbe mud.
A sergeant and policeman who wit-
nesr-td the Incident had their attention called to it by some pedestrians,
but they declined to act, as they did
0+C+0+0+O+0+O0+0+O+Q4sCi+O+0 0+O+O+O+O+O+(X)+Q4X)+O+C>^^
Cheap Lots
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.-	
IM O N E Y   T O    LO A N
ten-
TENDERS.
not think  they had the authority to
Interfere In a case of this kind.
Subsequently the matter was discussed iby Quwen City L. O. L., 857,
with the result that the above deputation was appointed.
FRANCE SPENDS MONEY,
GERMANY GETS  RESULTS
Paris, July 14.���Nothing in the
chamber of deputies'    debate on Ihe
navy committee's report created a
greater Impression than the comparison between French and German expenditures, wfalcih showed that during
the past ten years France Spent J600,-
000,000 on her navy, and Germany
rather lsss, but In that tlnie the two
nations had exactly changed place-
as sea powsrs, France dropping from
second place to fourth, while Germany
advanced from fourth to second
place.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Postoffloe Fittings, Vanoouver, B. C ,"'
will be received at this office until
5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 21,
1909, for the work mentioned.
Plans, speciflcations and forms of
contract can be 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 b�� considered unl.ss
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, with their occupations aud
places of residence.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque ".n a chartered
bank, made payable i , tn,. o.'der of
the Houorable the Mil -��tf , 0f Public
Works, equal to ten pei ie.;. (lo pc.)
of the amount of tne te_u.r, which
will 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  wlll   be  returned.
The department does not bind  it
self to accept the lowest or any
der.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER
Seen- ary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June 30, 1909.
(Newspapers  will  not be  rail ^
this advertisement  if  they Insert
without authority    from    the department.)
S.S. TRANS FEB
1_e steamer Transfer will b'^v*
Brackman-Ker wharf every week "u-
afternoon, except Saturday, ai ���'- P-"1'
for Ladner, Steveston and way P-**.
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning to a"1-1-*
Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning, leaves Steveston cver'
week day morning, except Friday.
Additional trip Monday ui mg'
leaving New Westminster at 6 a m-
This schedule subject to '' "nge
without notice.
For freight and passenger raii-s aP
ply to
ROBERT JAR1.1NK
Munii1
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTIS
--IN���
THE       DAILY Nt
Weitmllister's Horn-  P<n THURSDAY, JULY  15,
[Form No.  9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.,
PAGE THREE.
One.
'   V,,'  ..' Anderson
, atocc'u. u, jeweler,
" ,i.'   ,,������   permission to
plyfollowing     described
i
, ,, ., nosl planted in a
1,'v'i of Berry is-
'.Vm,'  it...   im      Apply*
whole
res more or less
island, containinj
MADE IN CANADA
44,y   VNDERSON,
vl- �� a a FORD, Agcnt
I v 1909,
[Form No, B.]
LAND ACT.
:
Form of Notice.
;   i    i -   Ri nge One.
.      ial   Dora
y3
BrEADY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY
For   mu-ing SOAP, ��oft,nin�� -->	
Anderson, "I
Vancouver,,   B.   C��� occupation, lady,
. ,:��� permission to pin-
! lng descri ed  lands:
cornel ,:-.'- ������;;<".;
I [ciaoitsis Island, a
south of  Turnv  island
rnoijj-K    old     .......
cloMta    and drain,
purpoio.    A
���  .���   y.r---"i w"l' r, i  .
P-.nt,    dni-fcitim:    -inl -
nn.  and for  many  other
nrqi,��l,20lb.. Salocda.
o^/,/ Everywhere.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD
Toronto, Ont.
small
"'-,    Anrnvln- for laien** ,oa""'-v twperm'ssi ., to pu,
1909.    Applying        ,of V.U11,I)I1VVI.  ],  r   occupa I
'" acreB "'���'"''���       chase the following de crib. :
..:; .  .VNDERSON,
li   Mini), Agent
. th, 1909.
[Form   No.   'a'. J
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
v   Kauge One.
that John    olsen, ol
i Yanc(1,;.. i     occupation, farmer,
for   permission   to
..    Va     fullouing      described
^Commencing   at   a   post   planted   in
[,...   ,; -, corner of    Davies
j.,:iml    Dab I   June   6th, 19.9.    Ap-
Iplylng for the whole island,  contain-
f r scree more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Pi    S   II.  FORD,  Agent.
D:i:cd June 6th, l'J09.
^	
Commencing at a posi pained In
.ii... bay at northwi st coi oei ol Maud
island, the laig'-st island in ' i In
dian group. Dated June I '; 1909,
Applying for the whole island
mining  BO  acres  more or  1.'
BERGETA ANDERSON,
Per S.  II.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 6th,  1909.
[Form   N'i   1'.
LAND ACT.
JAPANESE PLAN TU
ELECTRIFY ALL LINES
Special  Commissioner Visits   England.
Ejiope and the States to Inves-
vestigate  Conditions.
Wash., July ll.���T.     .. p ��� .
,   ���r.l.    llll'l.!'    '1.'
.  -.I   which ih,- railroads ol
.   ��� i ated,  V- ci'
��� v. aj - ol   'be
; i ���   and ������-1-'  thai objei I In
gov.        eni    has
;.. s. Kondo, .      ��� ��� ��� ;      el' ctrical
��� ������   departi)   i      Bpecial
in   invest ii' .       con 11-
v leb electrical  railway-
are ��� ��� ". vfully operated i" Eng-
! v.   i nil   . State
ido      ;     lust COI      ���   ��� d    Ins
tour  ami  V  in   Si   Itl    on   his  return
'���    fokio.
i mattei of a very shorl
aid i,Kiel.i today, '-iiii'ii all <>(
'li.     ranch 1 nes in Japan will be op
el v . j, |ty, although tli" con-
a of 'he main lines trom steam
ii. V ctrlcitj   Is n"!  Immediately con-
v. ii    Tb.. eli-ni. n:  i.;' economy
i-  Vie greatesi  con   dei ition, and so
-..: i<   Is  poss  ile to  utilize  water
I i.'A.r in tb- operation H ranch lines
construction of plants fm- th opera/
tlon "f tlu- roads wil] be begun Immediately."
Kiindm will v'sil tli. water power
plants of :lu- cit ���' a" I 'iv' ������'��� 'he Seattle Electric Company a: Snoqualmle
Falls, before lie departs for his home.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scheaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minsier ai 5:50, 6:_0, 7:20 aud 8:0(j
a.m., and every half hour thereaft&i
uutil   11:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:60, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., aud every half hour there
after  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., ani
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at .S:fio a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m, Last
car 11:00 ii.m.
D. J,  McQuarrie,  Local  Manager,  New
Westminster.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of  Notice.
Districl '     '   asi   Range One.
Take    ��� :-u   Ralph   Jacobson,
lot' Vaneouvi     B, C, occupation, far-
v      ������       to apply for permission
lin purchase  the  following   described
I lands;
Com,in. ;.���       .,-  a iiosi planted on
Ithe svi:::.i       ��� re In a small bay on
' Hated    June    4th,
''"'...'!!. w���h.olf���iflan(1' |fttn_<��. Intend
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jav on
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at   a   post   plant',]   In
a small  bay on  north shore of  Bend
iIsland.    Dated  June  6t_,   1909,      Applying for the whole  island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK  JACOBSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 11)09.
GERMAN CONDUCTED
!    AGENCY FOR DESERTERS
Assisted  Refugees From  French Army
AIDS PLANT GROWTH
BY ELECTRICITY
Ka
iser    Adopts     Lates.     Agricultural
Wrinkle on  His  Private  Estates
Near  Berlin.
Berlin, July 14.���The kaiser has introduced on his private estates at
Dahen, a few miles from Berlin, the
rew system of stimulating tlie gi-wth
of plants by electricity. Experiments
systematically conducted under th.
suiiervision of Dr. Hochstermannhave
already demonstrated that the growth
of plants, flowers, cereals and In fact
all kinds of vegetations thus far test-
^^^^^^^ jed can be stimulated by charging the
to Get Clear Away  Across the        gj- ;iljOVe aI1d around them with elec-
triclty,     Further   systematic    experi-
j ments   ar,-  now  being  carried  out   to
  ascertain the precise diffeences in the
growth of plants in an atmosphere
charged with electricity and plants
which grow under normal conditions,
Grea
t   Northern
Railway.
Lv.
N.
W.  .
:50  a
m.;
ar. Seattle
:;
35
p.m
Lv.
N
w.
ll  a
in.;
ar.  Beattle
3
,"i."i
p.iu
Lv.
N.
\v.
1:32 i
i.m.;
ar. Seattle
9
40
,i.m
Lv,
N_
w.
2:10
t in ;
ar. Seattle
i
15
a.m
Lv.
Se
attle
8:05
a.m.;
ar.  N. W.
2
55
p.m
Lv,
Seattle
4:35
p.m.;
ar. N. W,
9
30
p.m
I.v.
Se
attle
11:4:
p.m
;  ar. N.W,
0
20
a.m
Lv.
Se
attle
12:25
p.m
;  ar. N.W.
6
25
p.m
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    8EATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
jouver 11 p.m., going direi i to Si at-
le  daily  excepi   Wednesday.
S.S. ('lunin.t leavea Vancouver t
.in., daily tor Victoria,
SS. l.incess Charlotte leave Van-
ouver, i" a.m. daily, exci, i i id -
or Victoria.
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA      ROUTE
S.S.  Trader  will   leave   Victoria   Wr
New Westmlnstei e\ rj  Tuesday,
Leaves  New  Westmin i r on   Wi l-
uesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 P-m, Isl an I ill.
each month tor Qua ilno an i way
ports; twentieth of each month ror
Ahcuset,  Quatsino,   Cape    Scott   and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. daily, except Sunday. I.eaves Nanaimo al 7
a.m.
ALASKA  ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une is and July 2.
Paris,  July  14.���A German, who is
accused of having carried on a des.1
tlon agency
u Longway, baa just been  ;ul,_ a]so to find a cheap and simple
[Form  No,  9.J
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
of Coast  Range One.
|contal_ing 50 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per ..  II.  FORD,  Agent.
I   :. . 109,
11-'.-. Ill   Nn    9.1
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
Range One.
1 Jacob   Jacobson.
0:   . -     upatiou, car-
eiii.r,  u. ���:. ly   for  permis
sion ...  following de-
cribed lands:
'     mencing al  a  post  planted on
he south wesi ol  Mound island.
Dated   i .:��� 1909      Applying for
I tlie whoie Island, containing 80 acres
more oi
JACOB JACOBSON.
Per S.  II.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District   ...	
Take  notice that Adolpb   O.  Johnson, of Vancouver, B.  C, occupation,
s  to  apply  for  permission  to  purchase    the    following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June Oth, 1909. Applying for the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more or less
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 6th,  1909.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
hy
directing  you  to  the  store  where
"i expelled from the city. The action
was taken ai the request of the prefect of tbe Meurthe et Moaelfe. It is
stated th-i the agency was win on a
large scaie. The German not only
sought to encourage French soldi, rs to
desert, but also took in hand German
deserters when they crossed the frontier, and made it his business to dis-
suale them from joining th-e French
Foreign Legion. There
that the German's activities were not
confined to these duties. He made
a point of scraping up acquaintance
with all the soldiers and non-commission, d officers who he though mi; it
possess Secret information concern'.u.'
the national defences. His doings became known to the military authorities in the district, and a sharp wat*:h
was kept on him. It was found tint
he was always the first to know wncn
a Grman deserter had crossed the
frontier, and bis expulsion was decided upon. Smelling a rat the German came to Paris, and took uu Ins
abode "It. * relative in the Rue in-
den.r. He was found there am ordered to quit France without delay,
WOULD ESTABLISH SCHOOL
FOR LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
G. N.  R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., ar
rives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives in city
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m.. Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each week
dav;   arrives   8:*i0   a.m.
Leaves X. W. 3: r,0 p.m. daily ex-
'oopt  Sunday;   ar. Guichon  at 7 pm.
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
.   -a -   uie vanu   .m..  me  posiuvo  u_ie �� (Successor to C. Hamber)
is a suspicion  connected  with  the network of wires  COLLECTIONS   AND    STOREKEEP-j
:., ������,  s]1I,.ld over lh)i fle]ds    Bv this means   ERS'    BOOKS    OF    ACCOUNTS    A
between the negative earth-electricity  SPECIALTY.     AGENTS   FOR   THE
an.]   tlie   positive  air-electricity  there HALL SAFE CO.
is a discharge, and in this a'mosphere ' ftM-    .   D_._   7    I4.__,LI���   DI-/.L
charged   with  electricity  plants  grow , ��",ce:  Ko0m   '<   Hamb|y   B,0Ck'
more rapidly and attain greater size. P. 0. Box 795.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July '���',.
B.C.  COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
method  of  charging  the  atmosphere
with   the  necessary   electricity.
On approaching the fields whet,
the experiments are in progress one
notices red poles supporting a network of wires. In one corner of this
area machines an? working to produce
an electic current of 250,000 volts. A
wire connects the negative pole w-ith
the ..arlli  while  the  positive pole  is
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S.  Beaver.
From   New   Westminster     Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For
call  0
Asst
reservations   and   Information
address
ED.  GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster-
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W.  TltOHP.
General Superintendent victoria.
t
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster'! Home Paper.
PHILLIPS'
you can see the largest stock of new
SSd second-hand goods of all kinds ln
; Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Dlsl  ci  of Coast  Range One.
Tak,- notice thai Albert Hunt, ot
V'ano .1 B, C . occupation farmer,
lnb to ap] V    tor permission to
purclia - the following descrlbe.1
lands;
_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Toronto, July 14.���A school for lib-
'���������" ri,J'' ran* attendants next year Is the plan
1  lv.,   a  splendid Cream Separator ;whlch Gl_orge  H.  Ij0kCi  chief lUbrarv
fur sale, nearly new. 'of ���,. Tnronto public librarv. Intends
Come and sec how nine".,  more you 't0        lnto operation next vear.   Slm-
���an   got   for  your    money   here  than ,���(,,.. gchools  hayi? b(?en  BU<JCe8BfuJ  ,n
other larfie cities and he does not see
why the '-tea should not go ln Toronto.
Mr.  Locke  has  just  returned   from
5>
Clearance
^^^^^    _._�����
coiualuinfl	
ALBERT HUNT,
Pet
June
S.  II.  FORD,
6th, 1909.
Agent.
I
[Form No   9.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
t ol  v asi  Range One,
" 'Hei    im'  John Johnson, of
1 ;    i'.. C, occupation,    saies-
Inti nds in apply for permission
; ''ms.-  ihe following  described
- nclng at a posl  planted on
' 1 shore of .lohn island, an Is-
��� tween Keen island and Davies
Dated, June  6th,  1909.    Ap-
tor the whole Island, containing (JO acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
n Pw S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
""ed June 6th. 1909.
^^^^1.1        ^^^^^^^    than
Jsewliere.
Repairing of earns, umbrellas, typewriters, and l!_ht automatic machln
pry and bicycles a specially.
Alex. Speck
^^   STORE.
Man on tbe Wheel,
'olumbla  St.
nmencing at a  post  planted   in I SECOND - H AND
baj  mi north  shore  of   Kees  island. '
one  ol   the   Anderson   group,     Dated
June  6th,   1909.      Applying   for   the
V!'     Island,   containing    100 acres
more or lesa
the American Library Association,
which has been meeting at Bretton
Woods   New   Hampshire.
p O.  Liox _ < 4.
Tel.  i"i3.
Res. 129.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
flee  'Phone   18&.       Barn    Pbone  13
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any  part of the city
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE��� TRAM   DEPOT
Gasoline Engines
yye    ?��l|    'I-      C'-,*>,r*lt',d
PALMKR   BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES.
STILL
GOES ON
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District  of Ooast Range One.
'ake notice that James Watson, of
' .nn,uver, u. c., occupation, farmer.
11 'nds to apply for permission to pur-
"i.'Y the following described lands:
1 oinmenclng at a post planted on
"te northeast   shore  of    Owl  Island.
;l"''l June 6th, 1909. Applying for
me whole Island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES WATSOiN,
,. Per 8. H.  FORD. Agent.
fated June 6th, 1909.
_ "
v---Tt:Y*
J-,
'       .a".
' '  ._/���   .
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice,
^'strict of Ooast  Range One.
rake notice that Bergota Anderson.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
Crystal Theater
?sirEToE^coiORois $s '����v
HIGHEST CLASS.
PROGRAM     CHANGED      MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY   AND   FR">AY-    ��r,o
CIAL    MATINEE    EACHI   DAY   2.JO.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE  7.30
Admission-Children   5c,   adults    10c
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
Palmer  j
BROS.TWO '
AND FOI '.
CYCLE      )
GASOl INI S
ENG INI S    :\
���
...   <*Am
._,.,.->*-. ; i��   * -'"'~-'Y.    jQs
=__' **i-     -It ������'��� '*-.   I     .���_.
*^ ��� _S=___=_S��1 i-i-.
v\ ���i.ST MINSTER
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
TIME  TABLE.
S.S. Keriand
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to ����� public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.   The Mornlna P��P��r-
Leav�� Langley at 8-Uu a.m.; arrivi
at Port Haney at 8:15 a.m.. arrive ai
McAdam Landing at 8:30 a.m.; ar
rive at Hammond at 8:40 a.m.; arrive
at Port Kells at 9:00 a.m.; arrive at
New Westminster at 10:30 a.m.
Leave New Westminster at 4:00 p.
m.; arrive at Port Kells at 5:30 pm.;
arrive at Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; ar
rive at McAdam- Landing at 615 p.m.:
arrive at Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; arrive at Langley at 7:00 p.m.
Leaving 8. A
cept Saturday.
K. Wharf, d��Hy ���*
Balbriggan Underwear, the suit 75c
$1.00 and 75c Shirts, to clear, the shirt.. 50c
Men's Telescope Hats, $2.50 and $3.50
quality, to clear, the hat $1.50
Summer Two and Three-Piece Suits
$18.00 qualities for $12.50
12.00 qualities for    8.25
10.00 qualities for    7.00
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
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THE   DAILY   JEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY  15,  l.0g
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THURSDAY.   JULY   15,   1909.
ronto, let iu pity their Ignorance and
l ick Of the elementary principles Of
court, sy."
THE   LACROSSE   SITUATION.
There seems to be   neither rhyme
reason, nor common svnse about the
attitude adopted    by    the  Vanoouver
��� rs  toward  this city in  regard to
lacrosse.      Wi- drew attention in our
dil irial column   on Tuesday  to  the
FLAG   INCIDENTS.
act in a proper
sportsmanlike manner.
Now in yesterday's News-Advertiser
we are told that the News ���'takes a
v. ry partisan view of the unpleasant-
n. ss of recent occurrence," and so
forth, llei-L. and now we say that it
waa not New Westminster, nor was it
the News that started the bai] of <iis-
conient rolling. Nor have we taken
an.i partisan views of the said recent
unpleasantness, or on any other la-
crosBe affaire, lt ever there was a
display ol sordid, miserable partisan-
phlp Burely that wus to be seen ill
th. Vancouver papers, wherein Uie
Westminster    beys    were     told  that
In a recent parade :n iliis
ci'y one of the chief features was
the carrying of the Stars and
Stripes, and 'o those, who, true to
their own country, thought it very
bad form, the following editorial from
the Ottawa Free Press will he read
wiih considerable Interest as showing
how misunderstood we are In allowing such incidents to pass unnoticed:
"The two Hag incidents of the
Fourth of July have evoked widespread comment in the press of both
countries. The loyal skipper of a
British merchantman unfurled the
Union Jack in Stamford Harbor, bu'
was compelled by the mob to haul it
down and slow it snugly away in the
'foc'sl.' The second incident was
the tia'ling of a British Hag about
in the dust of Toronto streets after
an automobile gaily decked with the
Stars and Stripes.
"The action of the British captain
in appeasing the wrath of the multitude will commend itself io many as
a course which displayed a goodly
measure of sound sense. Every one
knows what the American populace
is on the. "Glorious Fourth," and haa
the captain refused to lower the British colors violence would probaibly
have resulted and international complications might have ensued all over
a little incident of much less real Big-
niflcance than is generally attributed
to it, when one reflects upon the
spirit  of   tinderlike  'patriotism'   with
which Americans are imbued on their |]acr0(>ae tnan half a dozen Matt I
'independence Day.' Of course, the i Barr's rolled into one. If there were j
captain was entitled to the protection | any   suspicion    of    unfairness  aboui ,
of  the  United   States  government   in
game  and   make  them  a  in.s nt otv
$100.      Such   a gift  to  these    dollar-]
seeking  individuals   would    no.   hurt !
thi_  city  on.  bit.      A score of good ���
ports  would   be ready  to  put   up  the
sum If required.      This would t��ach
them a. a cost of a few thousand of
gate money, what iheir unsportsman-
liki   tactics might cost them.
The News Advertiser says; "Dot -
the Ni .-.�� man think thai for one.
moi nt the worlds champions would
run away from engagements just because tile other fellows a ,_��� snowing
outpourings  of  discontvnt  printed  In  lh..m how tu ,,1;ly tht, game."      Tins
Sunday's   News-Advertiser   and   Mon- is must amusing, i. j. altogether to.i
day's    Vancouver    Province, and  ex- tunny.     There is no fear of our boys
pressed th- wish that these journals ^^g away   from   Vancouver   even
j    ,      ,. ,, if they  had not met and  vanquished
and  the   Vancouver  People   generally Btronger  and   better   av���   and   ,-.���,,.,.
would  endeavor  to bring  themselves players,   than   they   are  putting  into
to   a  condition  of  normal   sense  and  the field.      Oh no.      But  as  to  Van-1
understanding, and to act in a proper power showing  "the    world's champions-'  how  to play  the game!   Weil,
this  is delicious.      Vancouver can do
a  lot of ibanging  and    slashing,  and
their referee   can   make  himself   the
laughing  stock of every true lovej- Of
. ; ort by his crazy action.-;  but it has
not  yet   fallen   to   their  lot   to   t.-ach
the   "oyal  city   boys  how  to play  the
game.      It   is  kind,  so  very   kind,  of
the News-Advertiser to Inform us thai |
the  New   Westminster   team   are   the !
world's champions.      But how oddly
Accident insurance
a   company    w,
so   many     accidents
I   not   an   accident   policy?
is    something     ev^ry    man
I   represent   the   Employers' Liability  Assurance  Corpor.n.ion  of   London,   England,
the  most  up to-dat_   policy  offered to the public today.     The fact that     'here   are
occurring   right   in   our  midst should make you ask tha question. Why   have
It  costs  you     nothing  to  ask     me   about  my   rates.      Accident    insurance
should carry.      For a small  premium   I  can  assure  you  a  good  weekly benefit in case of accident.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE  169.
to become real sportsmen, Then,
perhaps, good, fair play may prevail.
I'nder such a changed condition New
Westminster will always be delighted
to meet them ln any contest on the
-eld.
No, 4 Post, Native Sons B. C.
this contrasts with the tirade of the
I'.-ovini-,. on Monday, which tolu us
that out* boys only won by luck, unfair refereelng and so forth.
Then, to return to the forfeit question. Have the Vancouver papers
forgotten that last year, when their
team   sustained   one  defeat   after  an-
On the occasion of the regular
meeting of this post, to ibe held on
Thursday evening, 15th Instant, Grand
Chief Factor Stannaril proposes to
pay an official visit. A full attendance Is requested.
K. C. BROWN, A. W. GRAY,
Secretary. Chief Factor
to other, their withdrawal from play
was endorsyd by the Sam, local papers as a wise decision'.' Yet now,
when  some    fresh    financial  backing
their  win  ot    Saturday     was  due
mere luck and unfair refereelng.
As  we have already said,  the soreness Of Vancouver is due solely to me  has enabled  them  to gather together
fact  that  their  interest  ls   prlmarii)   a team of paid players, they begin to
ona of dollars and cents,  auu  repeal-  sing  another  tune,   and   such  a  mis-
ad  aefeats of a  team  that  has costerable tune it. is,  too.
ihem a pretty penny  to get together j    It is time the    Vancouver sporting
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"GET   THE   HABIT'
from  the four corners  of  the JDomln-
ion   does   uot   help  to  swell   their  receipts.      Against    mis     liuera.iy  en-���
dowed    team    New    Westminster  is'pie.
editors  tried   to infuse something of
the true spirit of clean, honest sport
into their players, as Well as the peo-
Surely  there  has  been  enough
Baseball Bats
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Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfi
taction in cooking and baking, Is economical in 'he use of fuel, thai
to work over in the bote weather, and also easy to operate and lv
If   you   wish   tO   be  satisfied   in   iliw.-spvcts   you     will     buy    an   -
range   utter   you   have   Inspe I   It.    The prices also of these
much  lower   than   those   of   other    makes.      Call    In    and    In
stock.
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SPECIAL   TODAY
30c
EACH
playing  her own native   boys, and  it jof    this    wretched    whimpering and
evidently  annoys  Con  Jones  and  Ins ; whining  albout   their   defeats   in  one
myrmidons to see their precious stars  branch of sport and another.    Let the
'go down to defeat time after time.      Vancouver    folk try to    realize that
As to the question of refereeing, it they   must   sometimes    suffer  defeat,
is certain    Uiac   Fred.    Lynch acted ! and endeavor to bear such a mlstor-
fairly and properly in  his  awards on|tU_e with  that  nobility and fortitude
Saturday.     He has the experience of which has already been characteristic
jj-��ars  at this   work  behind  him,  and ,of Britishers.      In brief, let them try We buy for cash and sell for the same
we venture to say knows more about I
than
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
Lynch's    awards    New    Westminster [
.... would Ibe  the  first  to  place  him  on
flying  his  national  flag in an Aincri-; the she,f and engage a properly qual-
can harbor on the Fourth or on any lifted substitute.      The object of  the j
other day  of the year.      In fact  the ' Royal City team Is to play the game j
���jus  gentium,'   or   International     law, :. t^riy and squarely   and  generally  to I
, _ ,      , aci in n sportsmanlike manner.   And
exp-Mtsly states that a sea captain of Uley a,v  ready  t0  p,ay   day  ln  ^
one  country   who   Hies  at his  mast- j day utit in defence of their champion-
head the flag of another country ren-   ship   if  need   be,  but they  will  have
Ithe   game   played   in  the  right  style.
We have already Indicated that the
ders himself liable to punishment for
piracy. But the little incident is a
thing of the past, and no purpose can
be served by continuing to harp upon
it day after day.
"Even a more trivial thing in Its
final analysis Is the Toronto incident.
It now appears that the celebrators
were in a very jovial mood when they
trailed the British Hag about in the
dust; in other words, they were intoxicated to such an extent that they
were in an irresponsible state ot
mind- The 'flagrant indignity,- the
'outrage upon the British flag,' then
resolves itself into nothing more than
an inational action on the part of a
iew Americans who had imbibed too
deeply of the flowing bowl, and whose
actions would not have been condoned by the American people generally They were not official representatives of the United States
government despatched to Toronto to
hurl a humiliating insult at Canada
and Great Britain, as many newspa- l
per comments would fain have us be- |
lieve. Then, in the name of common
sense and reason, what end is io be
served by magnifying into an international complication what is but a
case of disorderly conduct on the
part of a few drunken Individuals?
"True, these fellows should have
spent a night in the police cells with
the drunk and disorderlies, and the
policeman who declined to arrest
them should loBe his job; but to declare that their foolish actions are
characteristic of the whole American
people is absurd.
The complaint  is often  made that.
Canadians do not enthuse sufficiently | ��rl
over their flag, and  we ai\_ advised   __
to follow the example of the people |
of the   United  States,  who are  wont I
to    show a  noisy    affection  for the
Stars  and   Stripes.      We have never
ibeen able   to  fully  sympathize  with
thig idea     The man who shouts the
loudest is  not  always    thy  best patriot.      The  wearing of a badge, no
matter how brilliant, does not of it-
self make men loyal.
"Patriotism is not something which
flares up for a moment like a flash-1
light powder in the darkness of the
night on the slightest or most inslg- j
niflcant provocation and then is gone. !
True, patriotism  is something which
endures; it is a brightly burning bea-1
con  light  which  shines  with  steady '
glow by  day  and  night,  and one of
the  -Ssentail  ingredients of    the oil
wthlch   it   burns  is  a  combination   of
ordinary    common    sense    and cool-
headed reason.
"By all means let us revere and
honor our flag, but we do not need
to act like a lot of drunken sailors in
order to show that reverence. And
when men make fools of themselves,
as they did In Stamford and in To-
feellng in this city Is that Just to
show the whimpering, whining Vancouver folk where they really stand
It  would  be  preferable  to  default a
Water Wings, Bathing Caps, Floating Bait Soap
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Phone 192
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Columbia St
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Souvenirs
Our store will b_ found neadquarters for Souvenir
Burnt leather in every device. Decorated China with local views in almost any piece you may desire.
Shell Goods, Beaded Woik, and Post Cards. Local
views of all Ithe beauty spots in the city.
We solicit you to inspect our stock. If you do not see
what you want you are not pressed to buy.
TODHUNTER & BURR
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 chil- S
IB dren grow more popular every summer.   We are g
W showing several of the best styles in most all sizes, g
m _a
Sj These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut ]k
w" shoes for children, and will last all summer.  Secure %
a pair today while they last.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
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Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO. i
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GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 101-2), pair    1.25
MISSES' (sizes 11 to 2), pair    1.50
BOYS' (sizes 3 to 5), pair    1.75
MENS' (sizes 6 to 10), pair   2.00
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST ARRIVED.
For Wheat, Barley, Oats, Chop,, Chicken  Feed,  Bran,  Shorts,  Hay.
etc., ask us.      We wlll see that  you  get  It  promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phon* 335.
186 COLUMBIA 8TREET.        p. o. Draw*. 100.
rams.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
New Westminster, B. C.
c. THURSDAY,  JULY   15,  UM.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
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STORE CLOSES DAILY AT E P. M���  EXCEPT   SATURDAY.
SOMETHING   TO    INTEREST   EVERYONE
BIG
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION, A DIRECT IMPORTATION, BOUGHT BY MR. SMITH, FROM MESSRS. I.
& r MORLEY, OF LONDON, ENGLAND, THE BEST KNOWN AND MOST RELIABLE EXPORTERS
OF THESE GOODS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. MR. SMITH WAS FORTUNATE TO SECURE
THE GREATER PART OF THIS SHIPMENT AT A LIBERAL DISCOUNT, AND WE ARE PLACING
THESE ON SALE TODAY AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU, THE DIFFERENT LINES
TO BE OFFERED ARE ALMOST TOO NUMEROUS TO DESCRIBE IN THIS SPACE, BUT INSPECT
THESE GOODS, IT WILL MEAN A GREAT SAVING To YOU, AS YOU WILL FIND AN ENORMOUS
QAUNT.TY   ON   SALE  AT ALMOST  HALF  PRICE.
SUMMER HOSE AT 25c���20dozen in this special buy.    Ladles* Summer   Lisle   Hos.    in   black,    white,
navy. ' n, Copenhagen, brown, grey, pink and pale '"'uo, plain and fancy;   an  exceptional   bargain, and
something cool  and  comfortable.    Regular 40c and 50c, for, per Pair,
TWO SPECIALS IN
WASH   SKIRTS
SPECIAL NO. 1���23 smart tailoroil
Bkirts, in linen, (luck, drill and Indian
Head; a splendid assortment to
choose from. Some are slightly
Boiled, bence the extremely low figure.
Regular values to $6.50 for $1.75
SPECIAL NO. 2���$7.30 values for
,. 50, 20 only ln this lot, Including
pique, duck and linen wash skirts,
diiintlly strapped, and some Brimmed
with embroidery insertion. A really
elegant showing, and the price signifies a rapid clearance. Regular values to $7.50 for  $2-50
EXTRA SPECIAL
VALUES IN TOWELS
ENGLISH   PRINTS,
10c  PER YARD
A shipments of these received yesterday iu light or dark grounds, numerous designs, i>er yard 10c
CLEARING LINE
IN NECKWEAR
An unusual offer of silk jabots���the
proper thing ln neckwear at present;
in three shades only, white, pink and
blue, a special that will not take long
to clear.      Regular 35c, for   20c
NEW   SILK  BELTINGS
The largest and best assortment of
_llk and tinsel (beltings ln the city.
All colors and designs are here, ln-
apect them from, per belt length, 40c
to ��1'25
We have no hesitation ln saying
we carry double the stock of towels
of any store ln Westminster, and can
s've you any kind or any quantity
Fifteen dozen heavy white huck
towels, a spkmdid towel for hotel use;
value that really can't be beat. Good
sl*e, per pair    .....25c
Fifty dozen brown or white Turkish
towels, good serviceable towel suit-
able for hotels or boarding house use.
Special, per pair    ....356
A splendid selection of new lace
sleeves in black, white and cream, a
dainty finish for short' sl.eved dresses from 75c <o V-50
New ducks, linens, drills, etc., tor
the summer dresses, goods that have
been delayed In shipping visit this
section; we are showing a lot of new
arrivals now.
T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News FURNITURE
��� mi meeting of the board
held this ��� vening ai
of  mui'  ..-.���   will   be
: for ths gard-n at Tidy's
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i  leaves evei j week day
irday at 3 p.m. toi  La Iner,
^ '��� island and way points. Sat- ,
linl;i'    al 2 p.m.; returning sfcne day.
s ' em. in in this Issue        ** :
'������ Chiei   Factor   Stannard   will '
tti  '   "...  Native  Huns  oi   British  Co- j
lun   . i  Post  No. 1, this .-vening.
''��� ...   cut  (lowers a:id any
kin ���    i   '.'. irk, tele* hone Davie
Greet       se, lev ����� i
���; ���      irrived, a  carlo id of    Room i
Hood Flo ir.     Full assortmi nt of _ z s !
H, 4        . now in Block.      imle bros.
& Co., Ltd. ' �����
A modern seven.room residence
with i very convenience, i wo blocks
trom the posi offlce, Price $2600
cash. The bes( buy offering today.
Wim., Shiles & Co., city. **
The ss Transfer leaves Brackman-
Ker  '������ liai [    every    day    for Ladn ir,
Steve '1111 and  way points.      See  _i ��
schedule. **
A reception will be tendered to
Rev. A. T. Baker, the new pastor Of
Olivet Baptist church, this evening at
| the church.
That    light,    delicious,    wnolesomi
| bread  you  so much  enjoyed  at your
friend's lious(. was marie  with Robin
Hood  Flour. "
Still the leaders in the House Furnishing business.   Look in and see and be convinced.
W.   E.   FALES,
The Leading Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer   and   Undertaker
612-618 Agnes Street.
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; Gasoline Tanks and |
Fishermen's Supplies!
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN i
Todd's greai clearance saie of
pianos will shortly close. Jump n
now and secure a bargain.
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t Trust Block, front St., New Westminster
WATCHES
RE-
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.
.',   MEMBER,  WE  CARRY THE   BEST MAKES  OF  WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
The steamers Ophir and Trader
arrived in port yesterday, the one
with freight from Vancouver, and tha
other wiih a small consignment of
merchandise from Victoria. Both
vessels left port again yesterday af-
| tern oon.
Shoe repairing done neatly and
'quickly at A. Matheson,'s 66b Colum-
jbia street, by J. Ashman. **
In a duck-pin game with a Vancouver team last evening at the bowling
alleys the Westminster team won by
11 pins, rolling a total of 1192,
Two hundred dollars down will secure a modern five-room house within
one block of Twelfth street. Balance in monthly or quarterly payments, whichever suits you best.
Price $2li|i). White, Shiles & Co.,
Columbia street, city.
At a meeting of the Lower Mainland Milk and Cream Shippers Association held yesterday in this city the
members of the association deeded
to hold out for an increased price for
iml___brd cream, namely, 20 cents a
'ga'lon for milk, and $1.10 per gallon
for 25 per cent, oream delivered in
Vancouver. The milk wholesalers
object uo the figures while on the
other hand the large dairies are prepared to support the farmers- A
meeting will Ite held in Vancouver today on the matter, to try to arrive at
some arrangement.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
FRENCH DEPUTIES ADOPT
NEW CANADIAN TREATY
_arls. July 14.���In discussing the
Franco-Canadian treaty yesterday. M.
U-in, Mando, Meron, Rosemond, Bo-
guere opposed Rs adopt on on the
ground that It was not sufficiently advantageous to France, especially with
regard to silks and laces. They said
also that the amendment regarding
,cattle was not rigorous enough and
]that the granting of the minimum
,rate on agricultural machinery would
b* dangerous to home industries.
Minister of Commerce Cruppi and
Minister of Agriculture Ruan defended them easure with energy, pointing
out that the treaty was a good business arrangment, insomuch that it
opened up a big market for French
goods.
The motion made by M. Ledln for
a postponement was defeated and
the treaty as amended  was adopted.
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COP-
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRE8H
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS Groceries and Crockeryware
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
FOR SALE
lr
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.
Twins
The Summer Vacation and the
Kodak.
Take a Kodak with you'this
summer and enjoy your vacation until next year.
Brownies from $1 to $12
Kodaks from $10 to $25
We assist beginners willingly
Our stock is complete.
DAOMIS&CO.
"' Speck-vies 50c up.'
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of ths
best kinds of insurance In existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious lossee
which thty havs had to suffer In ��hs past. I represent the enly
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as they de not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a dsy o   two, and the following letter is an
Instance: ,        ������,_,/_��
New Westminster,   June   23,   1909.
' A. W McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New   Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the   loss of   my mare
"Nell" for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque  for $200.00 in
full nayinent. Yours sincerely,
P ' (Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may bs the next to lose some  valuable stock, enquire  for par-
ticulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
667 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE 9*.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY
1909
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Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
WOODMEN Of WORLD
TO VISIT A.-Y.-P. PAIR
LIMIT ED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and   V.   V.   and  E.  Cloverdale to   Sumas  Railway.
Members of Great Fraternal
Society Will Gather For
Week's Celebration.
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-
Mail Service
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
Po.-t Offlce and Customs Fi'ling. at
Ladysmith, B. C, Public Building,'
wil] be received until
Monday. June 21, 1909
mentioned. Tenders will not be con
sidered unless made upon and in accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'by Department.
Plans and specifications may be
Been on application to Mr. Roben
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Ladysmith, B. C.. and at the Department
of Public Works, Ottawa.
Bv order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  May 27, 1909.
Following are tlie hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, ilie boar given In
each case being the huur ot closing,
which is half an hour, a., a rule, before the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwise stated, are despatched and received dally except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and ro.
4:30 P-m. on ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
for the worn . amj ('. p. R. east mails, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, Eraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
HEALTH OF CANADIANS
IS VALUABLE ASSET
uvenirs
OF   THE  CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER    AND
JEWELRY   NOVELTIES.   SUMMER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC.
AT
MOREY'S
���
L
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Mails Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
S 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 Abbotsiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and ilisiritt, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver. '
S a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and south;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz
el mere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere ami Fernrldge, which arrive on
the Port Guichon train ou Tuesdays
Thursdays  and Saturdays.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Centra] Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
; way,
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill. Timberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:...0 p.m. (Summer months close at
[2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
-uichon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward.
Tu.sday, Thursday and Saturday, via
"J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlfomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake   via B. C. Electric Railway. Sat-
Country Mus. Take Care to See That
it is Not Destroyed By Imported
Diser-_e.
London, July 14.���At the weekly
meeting of the Charity Organization
Society, T. Hunter Boyd, of New-
Brunswick, lectured on Canada's possibilities. The superb health of the
Canadians was pointed out, together
with the exceptional qualities of the
climate and the desirability ol cooperation between the Federal Department and the inter-provincial authorities. Canada had strict rules regarding immigrants, even those ejt-
fected with a preventable disease like
tuberculosis, which ls also bet"x>'-.!i
them to use all possible diligence to
diminish dlseaBe where already existing. The Federal government protects from new additions stringently,
and Provincial or Municipal laxity is
thus inexcusable. Health is the finest
asret of the nation and Empire. 1 e
suggested that King Edward inaugurate  an  Imperial  health   congress.
Seattle, July 14.���Woodmen of the
World day ai the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition falls on August 4.
The presence  of  1.   I.   Boak,   head
consul,  and   associate    head  officers
:  mi in. .   v.it  unusual  interest will  be
taki n In the day at Vv fair,
\Vhil_. the program for the day Is
ii, 'li,. course of preparation, Seattle
officers of the order promise thai it
wilj be a linn, r evenl in the h story
il  Vv  \. v. p, exposition.
Exhl I ition drills, open to all i mus
ot the Woodmen of the World, will
!. a fetaure of the day with substantia] cash prizes as an Inducement
fi r ih. members of various teams to
il. vote considerable  time  i_  practice,
The flrsl Jiiiz ��� will lie $300 and
the second prize $2im. The team
a wai (led the third prize will receive
$100  In  cash.
In S> attle, where the Woodmen of
the World is one of th,_- strongest and
most popular of fraternal organlza
t'ions, gi jat preparations are being
made to entertain visitors from the
outside.
Out at the exposition some unusual
amusement and musical features will
be offered. This added to the pro-
gram to be prepared by the Woodmen
wl make the day one replete with
nev   and  interesting  facureS.
BetterPaintrorTfourMon^
Paint   that   will   cover   bei   r Wt
bright   longer���and  last   i w*
as long as ordinary paints.    Paini _������ _0,
chalk chi ��� k, nor crawl���if common
the use of it.    Paint it took 17 years - ���      ...
adding just enough of one special tngr '
Money's-worth paint���that's ideal
It's   in   every can of M '   p,1r_
Paints.    Made in 40 col
paint users by Imperial '
& Color Co., Limited, ol
Anderson  &.   Lush
fgents fOr  New  Westminster and Disv
For
FARMER PLANS LONG
TRIP   IN   HIS  WAGON
DM_|.     _.��     KM�������,!.����� m__1  urday an extra mai] is despatched to
DallK     OI     luOnirCal  Victoria   via  Vancouver at   this   hour
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
|S. points east and south, via G. N. R-
...14,400,000.00 j' Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, _'ra-
leer Mills.      This mail takes the fol-
BraucheS   throughout   Canada   and I lowing    local    places:      Barnet    and
Newfoundland,   and  iu    London,   Eng. Port Moody,  Pitt Meadows   Port Ham-
...      ���    ,    ���, , , _,    , Imond,   Port   Haney,     Mission,     (.mill-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane ._ack| Harrison  ,)ot  Springs, Agasslz.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE 11,000,000.00 1
U. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Le;
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all par..: of tlu
world.
Savings Ban! Department���-Deposits
received in sums of .1 and upward,
and interest allowed at ;; per cent, pe'
annum  (present  rate).
:.,t\-   Su-gets over $168,000,000.00.
-_.'    AE3TMINSTER  BRANCH,
-. r>. BRYMNER, Managi r.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMIIHY CUAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladle, trom $12./.
I.
Silver Watches, gents' open fac>
f6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
��7.50 up.
Agent for Walthan. and Eigii
��� atches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn doors from   Ceo, A Jame. Grocer
Lytton, Lillo.iet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all ooints east
except Kootenaya.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Ulalne and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via G. N. R.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 >o 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via Q. ... It.
10:00   to   H :00   a in. -La la. r,   Pori
G  li .' n,  Westbam  Islan 1 and   ( i aes-
day. Thursday   and  Saturduy)   Wood
wurd, vis st.     ��� ��� .i  C  Bruce, (Stev.
ton id s ratchi .1 and re.   vt I via  Van
I COU VI IM
8:40 a.m.- c P, it. east (first train
Sapperton,   Fraser  .Mills  and   CoquU-
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
an 1 Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���Kast Burnaby. by courier
2:30 p m.���Burquitlam, by courier,
3:30  p.m.���Blaine  and    Seattle,  in-
eluding aii II. S, ooints.
-: .0   p.m.���Second   Mail   east,   and
closed  mall  from Sumas, and  Seattle,
Includ n-   U.   S.   A.   matter,  and   also
Fraser Mills.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
WHEN   GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
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 is lighted with both
electricity and gas; the most brilliantly illuminated tr.in in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars, standard 16 section sleep
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining
chair cars (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.
SenU)n Approval A
To Respo.nsibi.1** People   ��� 1. Mi_
aughlin m
FOUNTAIN PEN
Brandon. Man., July 11.���George
Cowling, a farmer, passed through
here today from Ear] Grey, Sask., en
route to Toronto, a distance of 2,100
miles. The peculiar part of his Journey Is that he intends ro cover the entire distance in an ordinary farm wagon and ls provided with a rough
camping outfit. He is now headed
for Winnipeg, and thence will go toy
way of Minneapolis and Chicago on
account of the rough nature of tlie
country in  Western Ontario.
Surplus   Is   Problem.
Sandwich, Ont, July 14.���A. Adams,
a former Windsor merchant, disappeared recently leaving unsatisfied
claims of   .1800.
An inventory of the stock made Cor
the purpose of conducting a sale show
���Tie goods worth more than double
the liabilities. They do not know
what to do with the surplus.
Adams is still missing.
Oenteniarian   Washerwoman.
Columbus, Ga., July 14.���Emily Morgan, colored, probably, the oldest resident of Georgia, is dead at the age
of 117.
"Aunt Emily" took In washing until she was 109 years old. For a year
or two she had sufferel with a "misery."
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wlTI send you
free a cake nf their famous Plan toi
toilet   soap,  if  ynu mention  this  paper,
I ���J
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ATLA)itie. STEAMSHIPS
.'vnii jM__w*_yEi<
You will find lt to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce.
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.
and
RED GEM fjjsf
B>._ Inh Pencil
Vour Choice of
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Two
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lor only
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Every pen guaranteed
full 1IK1. Sdid-dlil-cut
po unlit hand may be had
in   either  our  standard
Waclc o|i_qUe pattern, or
Non-breakable Tranjpai- j
ent. as desired, either in!
plain or engraved finish.!
aa preferred,
.       Tou m��r itIhlipta > wi, ���
ir you do uol find ll m inmiw  I
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I pockat or ahopplni tar, writs, al
any   an.la al flnl Imirh.   rui,  i
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. wanlad Wrlla for larmi. Win.
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|*Laughlin Mfg. Co.'
Majestic Bldf..
OttMlt. Utah
Grand Trunk Ry-
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
.nd all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via _.ia|**ara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc.. address
GEO.   W.   VAUX,
-BslBtant Cen'l  Passenger and Tide!
Agent, ISE Aiiiiuis St.. f'hii'iiiro. II!.
Logging donkey engines,
latest improved patent,
by E. J. Fader, New
Westminster. Can take
a log off the peak of a
mountain and land it
without injury. This machine works with endless
cable without coiling on
the drum, requires no
haulback, always on a
straight pull. Drums can
be attached to any donkey engine in use.
For further particulars
apply to E. J. FADER, or
Schaake Machine Works
MANUFACTURERS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
The White Pass   #���N
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCR088, A T LIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally train, (except Ssnihuy)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
60   VEAR3'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
D-*��.cr.s
COPY-IIOHTS _.C.
AnTnnoai��nilln_ atketfln nml description i.ih.
Inl. uiy oaoertaln our opinion free whether an
Invention la iirnhniiy patkntahlei   Commnnlca.
tions Btrlotlrjonfl tlu. HANU300K in l-aionts
Bout fri.o. oi.ieit ,������. in- foraocurtng patem .
l'liiniiia laki'ii tl.r.iiitli Munn & C'i rocilye
IJlrt-ll iiultre, wltboot -Imrt'O, In too
Scientific Hmericati*
A hiinilBinii-j. illii'.i-iii. ,1 wi'i.,..v,   Lorresl cir
culm!..n ..f any sctcntlflo loarna]
Oan��*��,��l.7S a year,postage 1.1. ...   i ,.���i ,,,
MllNSiCo.M,B^d,w��P-' vYnrEr
Bru.itli u.'ilia, i,-, I -1. VVaili lie
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Dally at 11 p.m, dWI
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at l11 ii.m. ui j
1 p.m.      ,
To Alaska���Every   Saturday al H
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturisj
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���SecoaS |
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tt<B
day and Thursday at 2 p.m.; Sitiur-I j
at 8 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Dally at 2 p-m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Eraser  r;ver  to    ChilHWJ I
and    way    points���Sleaincr     Bejfj
caves Westminster at s a.m. on M0* j
day,  Wednesday and  Friday;  i'1'1111*'
ing  leaves    Chilliwack  al   V a.m. 01
Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday.
For  further  particulars ca !  or &
dress
ED. GOULET, Ag��nt,
New Westminster.
Or
C.  B.  Foster,
Asst. (ien.  Pass. Al   lit,    |
Vancouver, I). I*
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NF-WS
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
C.  E. TRAVES,  Local  Manaaer
9    ��� COLUMBIA   8TREET.     PHONE   101. THURSDAY, JULY  15,
1509.
THE DAIL'S JT] WS
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.     lepol    sver;
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City   Lme:    Cars   leave
on the hour, twent
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vi.ne Dcing at 0:2ii a   ������<
Sapperton    Lme:    I
:,:   :��� ;i minut. i att. r   h.
,���      .      .ii. : Bfl     D
the  hour,  i   mi ien .ng at  6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy be-
tween 8:80 a. m, and n. p. m
V
Must  Co l
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C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All KtnaT ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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11    .        maj   serve
as fit        ��� cts  for ridicule,    bul    the
statements  of responsible    Ministers
.   disposed  of  mere].   by  at-
Itributlng them to groundless anxiety.
WILL MAKE BUTTER
FARMERS ATTENTION!
iLumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
FM PtTKOLEUM
John   D.   Now   Plans   Excursion   Into
the  Dairy  Produce   Line of
Business.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buUt with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Travelers' Cheques
Travelers save money using these
lavclfrs' Cheques, because *hey
low exactly what their funds are
prth   in   any   country,  each   cheque
tving engraved  clearly on  the  face
value  in     Domestic    and   Foreign
Dneys
|This is the safest, moat available,
ost convenient and most economical
��nner to carry money when travel-
Ig. Further particulars upon appl--
Hon.
he Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C, ���ranch.
F. Shute, Manager.
[PRING    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
Antral Meat Market
oruer Kl-.hU. BL ani    fifth ATM**
PHONE S70.
BOWELL * OODr. Proprietor*.
NOTICE.
I Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the
Pitt   River   Lumber  Company,   Lim-
ifd."   having   applied   to  His  Excel-
enry the GovernorOeneral In Council
"r the approval of a certain slt_ for
construction   of   certain   booms
P*c   booming   grounds   ln   the   Pitt
"ver, In  the District of New West-
lunBter,   Province of  British  Colum-
P��. have debited with the Honora-
��"" tne Minister of Public Works, at
��"*"*���  plans    of    said booms and
pn^ndng grounds, together with a de-
rn;.i!on of the site thereof, and have
i��o deposited a duplicate of each in
ne offlce of the Registrar of Deeds
P/"-  'he  said  District of   New  West-
invr. in which district eaid works
"�����<* proposed to be constructed, in ac-
^"ancp   with   the    requirements   of
Ef "��n  7  of the "Navigable Waters
I'-yo. action Act," Chapter 115. Revised
lh " utes of Canada, 1906.
twted June 24, 1909.
WH1TE81DB  __  EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pttt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
Royal
Standard
AND WHY   IT  IS A  BETTER
FLOUR
We use selected wheat from
the best wheat producing regions of th. Canadian West,
where the sunshine is long,
where the soil is rich, giving to
the wheat that quality of gluten
which maltvs the very finest
flour.     This ls factor No. 1.
Scientific milling which follows the wheat step by step, selecting only the best and purest
portions of the wheat grain and
making It Into the most perfect
flour.     This is factor No.  2.
Care exercised ln storage and
marketing so that there Is no
possibility of deterioration from
the time the flour leaves our
hands until lt reaches you. This
ls factor No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Standard Flour? And besides, ln
every 49-lb. Back there Is *
numbered coupon entitling you
to a chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each month.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., LM.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
New   York.    July   14.���"Petroleum
butter' will be put on the market by
John   II    Rockefeller   before   long,   if
experiments now being  made in    the
la-liorutory of the  Standard Oil  company's bl^ refinery, at Bayonne, .N.J.,
are not deceiving iln- company's chemists-     Although   thosi.   in    authority,
both  at the refinery  and  at   No,    26
Broadway denied that  there was any
| truth  In  tlie  reports  that    a  process
I had lieen devised whereby butter ean
I toe ni'.de from petroleum, siiii a young
chemist   at   the   Bayonne   laboratory
stated  that   for soniv-   time  before  C.
L. Roiiii_-">n. chief of  'Ue company's
Ichemlstrj department went to Europe,
he had Icon making experiments and
was aatirfied thai the process would
pror�� a Bucoets,
"Petroleum Jelly,"  it  is understood
will be 'h ��� ' asc of the new food com-
I pound,    About  76  per cent,  ol   that
i__aterlii mixed  with  2f> per cent, of
I "cow    butter"    and    the    constituent
elements.     A   Standard   Oil   chemist
told a reporter thai he frequently an-
alyzed oleomarine.      He    hud found
'that  thta compound   consisted   of  75
per cent, of lard and the remainder
of pure fcUttw.    The "petroleum but-
iter." he contends, will be chemically
pure   nnd   healthful   and   -superior  to
:ill other butter co'mpounds,
TRADES COUNCIL  WANTS
UNION   STAMP  ON   BOOKS
Buffalo, N.Y., July 14��� The Allied
Printing Trades Council of New York
! yesterday sent a letter to Gov. Haskell, of Oklahoma, calling attention
to the fact that' the union label does
not appear on the books now toeing
manufactured for the state as specified In the contract with a printing
house. A telegram was also sent to
J. W. Hayes, secretary of the International Typographical Union, informing hlm of the Bituatlon. The
council win elect' officers^ today.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  PIPE.
Tenders will bo received by Ihe undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying alioiit 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, With an Inside
diameter Ol 24 inches, and about
16,000 feet of steel pipe with nn inside diameter of 12 Inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's offlce, City Hall, Or at
the office of Messrs. Hermon & Bur-
well, Vancouver, B-  C
A deposit of an amount equal to
fivo '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.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C���
July 10, 1909.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pioneer Limited,"    St.  Paul to
Chicago, "Short  Line," Omaha    to
Chicago,    "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in  the service on    any
railroad   in  the   world tbat  equal  ln
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway.     They
own and operate their own steeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence    of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, Genera! Agent.
134 Third St. eor. Alder. Portland. Or. I
The Daily News
WtSTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAP ER
PHONES:
L-22 _
Business   Office
R-22 T       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
News 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'all
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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THE   DAILf  HEWS.
THURSDAY, JULY  ,,.
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Something
Special
Our aci. 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
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SCYTHES.       SNATHS.       HAY-
RAKES.      SCYTHE      STONES.
HAY FORKS.
���    OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE  HAVE  A   SCYTHE  "MADE
IN     SWEDEN."     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND   TO   YOU.
���
: Anderson & lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
CAPTURED AFTER
CHASE OF TWO YEARS
Police Get Their Hands on
Man Who is Said to Have
Taken Bribe.
Toronto, July li.���After a chas ���
extending over two years during wh .<..
hi- was hunted by the Northwesi
Mounted Police from ane end of tn
w ��� stern provinces to th other, elud
inc them time after time, whey they
were confl Ini thi > had him corner..,
John Piche, a middle-aged Fr, nc 1
Canadian, a former magistrate In Sui
bury district, nnd one of the original
prospectors of the Temlskaming and
Hudson b Bay mine, wus run io earth
in New Liskeard by Chief of Police
Caldbi ck  yesterday afternoon.
Piche, for whose arresi a warrant
l :u ii.n iii existence since Apri] 12,
1907 is wanted In -Toronto on the
charge of accepting a Ibrlbe, He was
lirougiit down to Cobalt by Chiel Cai I
b.-ck yesterday und will be held there
until the arrival of Detective Mackie
of tin- Toronto force.
The detective left for Cobalt las'
night and will bring the prisoner buck
tonight.
Th,- charge against Pich,. is thai
early in l!iu7 he accepted a bribe. Said
to hav.- bven $2,600 for abstaining
from giving evidence in the trial of
|an action before the High Cunt of
Justice for Ontario, wherein the Attorney-General of the province was the
plaintiff and Henry Thompson and the
TVmlskaming and Hudson's Bay Mining company were the defendants.
Don't forget J. H. Todd's sale of
musical instruments continues all this
week. The store w-ill be open every
evening. Those wanting musical
instruments at great bargains do not
fail to attend this sale.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
GREAT WAREHOUSE
FALLS SUDDENLY
One of the Finest Buildings in Quebec
Collapses���The   Foundations
Were   Poor.
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
MAKE YOUR API-cAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
A  Reliable  Clock
It a necessity in every home. | 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.      Also the fo lowing:
8-day   Kitchen  Clocks striking hour and half hour ...$4.50
8-day Office Clocks from   $5.00 to $25.00
Alarm   Clocks,   from   $1 25 to $3.00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Waichmake- and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Quebec, July 14.���The great part of
the interior of the Garneau warehouse
in Lower Town, one of the large
and nand-oniest blocks in the city,
collapsed yesterday afternoon without
any previous warning, causing a very
heavy loss.
The principal members of the Garneau firm are Sir George Garneau,
Mayor, and Hon. E. B. Garneau, ML.,
C, and director of the Richebeu Company.
The building, which faces the river
front on Dalhousie street, is one of
the most striking features of that
part of the city seen from the river,
it was erected by the 'ate Hon.
Pierre Garneau, then head of ihe firm,
some fifteen years ago. The foundation Ibeing made the ground proved
uncertain for such a weighty structure. Kor several months past the
structure has been in the hands of
workmen for strengthening purposes
by the insertion of new iron beams,
etc. It is thought that some of tli ���
temporary supports collapsed. From
the fourth flat to the cellar the floors
all gave way in the centre for a large
space crashing into the cellar and filling it with debris, the dust flying out
of doors and windows as if the ���oulld-
ing Was on fire. Fortuna tely nobody
was seriously hurt, though at first It
was feared that there was much loss
of lif��� among the workmen.
The firm has been doing business
for some time past in the old Bank of
Montreal  building.
DENATURED  ALCOHOL
PROVES DISAPPO NTiNG
Wasington, July 14.���Seventeen Inspectors and four revenue agents on
the denatured alcohol rolls of tht Internal Revenue Bureau hivj been dismissed because their Berv.jes are no
longer needed.
It is explained that the expectation
that denatured alcohol would quickly
supplant gasoline for small farm engines, automobiles, etc., has been disappointing; first, because the engines
now in use aro not adapted to alcohol;
and, second, because of its comparatively high cost of manufacture by
present methods, So Car us being any
Indirect benefit to farmers of the
country the removal of tiv tax of $1.11)
a gallon on denatured alcohol has bee.i
up io thia time Inconsequential,
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 st the city clerk's
office up to the first dav of November,
1909. W. A   DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       Cltv Clerk.
THEFRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
ll
Edison Theatre
Animated   Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Woo.
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays nl
2:30 p. m.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Sapperton
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. {
Silk and Lisle Gloves, in all the popular lengths and
fashionable colors.   An array of Gloves for women
and children that gives great opportunity of choice,
See our special Glove Display today.
LADIES'  SHORT  LISLE  GLOVES
35c   PER   PAIR.
Fine English lisle gloves in nice
mercerized finish, shown in tan,
brown, grey, black and white. Per
pair 35c
LADIES' 16-INCH  LISLE GLOVES
60c PER PAIR
On., of the most popular lengths of
summer wash gloves. Fine quality
shown in black, white, cream, lan,
brown, navy, green, Copenhagen, and
grey; all sizes.      Per pair 60c.
LADIES' 20-INCH  LISLE  GLOVES
85c PER  PAIR.
Shown  in  black,    white,    tan  and
brown;  all sizes, per pair    85c
LADIES' HEAVY SILK GLOVES,
$1.00 AND $1.25 PER PAIR
Heavy silk gloves with double finger
tips; 16 and 20 inch lengths; shown
in white, black, tan, brown, grey,
green, slate, champagne, cream, Co-
pengah-en and sky; all sizes. Per
pair $1.00 and $1.25
SPECIAL   REDUCTIONS
ON   LACE  MITS
Regular 50c values for 35c. Five
dozen odd sizes in white and black
silk mitts. The lot to clear at, per
pair 35c
TOURIST   RUCHINGS
Durable, washable, neck i ii'iuii��
in plain white and white; neck
lengths with colored edges. Just in.
Per box 15c and 45c
BILLIKEN
HAT PINS
The season's most popular fad ln
fancy hat pins. Shown In 8 and 9
Inch lengths In gold and gun metal,
only, each 25c to 50c
"WATSON'S"
COTTON   KNIT COMBINATIONS
Ladies' fine cotion combinations in
knoe length trimmed with torchon
lace or in plain ankle length; all
sizes, :J2 to in Inches. Three qualities, from which to choose at 75c,
$1.10 and $1.2.5
REDUCTIONS   WORTH   WHILE
IN  MISSES' DRESSES.
Dresses with a distinctiveness and
style uncommon to the usual run of
children's summer clothing. 'I lies..
serviceable drosses are made of best
English while lawn neaily trimmed
with embroidery and insertion, also
colored percale with a variety of
trimmings. Sizes are suitable for
girls and misses from 8 to 16 years.
No line is complete in the range of
sizes but an excellent choice ls yet
to be had in the slses left in stock.
Regular values $3.25 and $4.00. On
sale, each $2.75
A   CHOICE   SELECTION
OF  FANCY  LACES,
ALL   UNDERPRICED
Thirty pieces of heavy guipure laci
and  insertions,  Oriental  laces and Insertions,   wide   Valenciennes  laces in
odd lengths and  various widths,  l;.
ular values 35c to ,'iOc.      Th,.  lot  to
clear, per yard   25c
TWO WORTHY  LINES OF
BOYS' HEAVY COTTON  HOSE,
25c PER  PAIR
We handle two special lines of
boys' heavy cotton hose at thin price.
One is known as the "Peerless,'' a
Bill stantla] Canadian make, aud tho
other is known as the "Deer Htde,"
an American made hose. They are
the best lines We can procuree for
boys' use. They ure fine ribbed,
heavy and fast Color, black; all
sizes, 5 to 10 inches. Your choice
of either make, per pair 25c
REMEMBER  THE  SNAP
IN  LADIES'  LISLE  HOSE.
50c PER  PAIR
Regular Ode to 75c- Dozens of
women have availed themselves ot
this special hosiery offer. 20j pair
of tan, brown, black and white lisle
hosiery in plain colors with embroidered designs; also fancy lace trout
lisle; sizes 8 i-2 to 10 inches. Tho
lot to clear, per pair 50c
LADIES'   WHITE   AND   BLACK
UNDERSKIRTS
95c   EACH.
Fifty only, ladies' black' sateen underskirts, with 2 or 3 ruffles; Wack
moreen underskirts, and white cambric underskirts with embroidered
frill and underneath dust ruffle or
nicely tucked hemstitched flounce.
Sizes 38, 4(1, and 41'. Special to clear
each 95c
SASH ANO
COLLAR BUCKLES,
The latest novelties in these up -to-
date belt and collar fasteners are her,.
in a splendid collection. Many new
s'.vles shown of souvenir Bllliken and
fancy Moral designs.     Each 25c to $1
KNITTED CORSET COVERS,
High,  tight-fitting,  lightweight  knitted corset covers;  all sizes, each 35c
BOYS' AND GIRLS-
TEDDY  WAISTS
The Ideal Skellton shoulder waists
to which are attached elastic hose
Supporter., Teddy waists relieve the
children of the necessity of wearing a
heavy walsl during the warm weaih
_r.     aii sizes.   Bach  50c
PEARL VEST
OR DRESS BUTTONS
Freshwater pearl buttons in detachable style; a new lot just in all
sizes.
BUTTON MOULD8.
Wooden button moulds In all sizes,
just to hand.
s
!
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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