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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
*
WHITE, SHILES A   0.
260 Columbia St.    Phone
NKW  WESTMINSTER, B. ('., TUE
'DAY  M.iRNINO   JULY 13. 1909.
\
ibi am
LURED TO DEATH
WOMEN DtlECATES
VISIT HOWL cn.
FIVE CENTS I- _.   10PY
-    	
OHANuE COLORS EVERYWHERE
 " Are   Shown   Over   Brunette   Mills  and
Of   AdVlinCed    Pally Admire   Beautiful   Surroundings
of New  Westmins.er.
Leadi ^^
Assassinated By the Reac
tionaries.
i \
INQUEST E0M-ENl.ES        PLA,. }{, PREVENT
I.M0 BKIIJIi! Iii. AS?I'i
DEATH Of bum
a July 12 (Special
..... British und
......   ol  Canton,
in.   .>   ���
con-. ���
Intel. II
____________ __  l"
 ^^^^Mlilia    bus   P. eu  l��'o-	
f-uiidiy sil red h) the murder ol Low j Johnston, Fade
o. j, prominent advocate
Countrj    pollcj     tbat
. ...i manj yean       H.i
gdvauci .   ��� ha I   gained  for  I.n:
g, jm ,  ;     . ii nltj ui the reactionary
circumstances   BUr-
luiiini.i;.  . i    villi show tbe lengths
party is willing to go
i��� iu,   ,i    ��� .,.;  n vn. nt of Its  ends.
Low Se Kee was dining with some
friend- in Canton when he was .-
formed thai a messenger was with
oui with .t message from lyiw A. Yam
formerly ol New Westminster, R. C ,
but now of i union. Low be ECee
went lo .--������ what was wanted, and
v,.,- .. .i and killed, his murderer. : i ofl before they could b ���
identified
The government has offered a reward ol 5 "' tor the apprehension
of tbe murderers, but up to the pres-
i em no arrest* have been made.
Un Se Kee practically dictated the
policy of China toward olh.-r coun
tries ..hi through this man hundreds
of hul'i-'i������> heretofore foreign to
China have been opened up by English German and French capitalists,
for the employment of natives, This
lias given employment and education
In Industrial matters to thousands or
Chlni who could not leave their
nm iv. country to Beek such un education In 'he mor.. advanced countries.
The '������ ��� ..vlil at large will suiter from th lost Of this noted man
ol power and mon especially those
directly with China
The  delegates   t.i  the  Int.  d
council of women, who arrived <"i Un
coast on Sunday, came over
Ila| curs yesterday  to the aum ���
i eighty,
They  were   receive i   ....    \
I Jardine,    acting     mayor,    Aldermen
^^^^^^^^^^ .   11, nicy  un,I
Marshal]  Sinclair, and c.  li   Stuart
Wade, secretary of the board -
together  wiih   the  officer-  a 11  members  of  il"- local  council ol   wo w o.
A shoii address ol w Iconic was give,,
nt the Russell hotel, Miss Davis, pres
idem of the  local  council, rea
brief address,  aji.l   a   shorl   welcome
also   extendi d   bj   the   acting
Thousands Flock to City For Great Festivities at Q
Park���Monster Parade is Notable Success    Rev.
J. C. Madill Makes Speech Eulogizing
Objects of Order.
ueen s
Coroner's  Jury  Viewed   Body  of   Late
Engineer  Ziedwied   Yesterday���
Adjourned  For  Week.
Several thousand men, women and
children representing all the branch-
���    ol i;  C, Orangel un, a ��� ��� d yes
ti rdaj iu ih.- city to celebrate the
Tw. Ifth of July. in theli honor a
'civic hoi.da;, had been declared the
mayor's request being mon.. generally
respected than had been prev.ousiy
anticipated
WUl
mayor ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The iiartv proceeded .it  c. to ibe _���_���   -  , _ ,-.  ,
Brunette  Sawmills,   where thej   wer, A Galaxy of Color
shown over the variouj processe ol Queens park was given over t
lumber manufacture by Manager L amusement, and looking down trom
A. l.-wis and the stuff. The party u" g^md Stand on a holiday crowd
did not remain long, leaving West- ��wgeous 'n orange, blue and scar
minster promptly at M>:30 for the and black uniforms with plumed hats
Terminal City where other festivities tor the Royal Black Preceptory, the
awaited them. They left subsequentl- spectacle was one only rivaled b>
for Victoria en  route tor Seattle 'bo   May   Day   festival,     producing   a
Aii the ladles expressed their satis- ,r.cb��.-r least of color,
faction with the city ami were par- Most of the grand officers who were
tlculariy stun k with th. view from n��t detailed at tn. other celeoraton
the Praser river bridge where tbey al Vernon were present, Including tne
baited All regretted the brief time rlfht worshipful master, il. _. Taylor.
permissible In  the city, due to their|Count)   Master R.  ti.   PatterBoj  and
au  efficient  committee  wim  tl. lien-
Dr   Rothweli opened the Inquiry   n
to the death of Oeorge  A,  Ziedwied,
,, nginei r of the Seattle Expn ss. whos,
- l ���   wa    i' ��� ov. re l   trom   tu,-  rlvi r
in Sunday, al Fales' undertaking par-
i lors  ;' Bterdaj   morning,     i:   was  adjourned   until   tomorrow   week ai   LO
a. :..  in ordi r in gi i tbe ��ltn< Bse* to
gi thi '
A. ll McNeill appeared for the
Oreai Northern Railway, J. U. Grant,
for Hi., crown, and W <". McQuarrl-e
foi iiv ni. Provlni la] government
agenl rf. A. Fletcher ,and O. N K.
agenl  F. C Myers were also present
The Jury empannelled  were;   k   i,
Webber, foreman, Thomas   Mowbray,
t>   Coulthard, ,1. Gilli's.
and  Earl Brown,
Doctor-, Sociologists and Educators Will Meet to Formulate Great Crusade.
Hutslde the oval, but onlj a por Ion
ol .��� hundreds present coul i hi ar
t: ,   .-, i akera   .oil I
The grand master, 11. O. Taylor,
I . d, taking a small part In the
proceedings, contenUng himself with
Introducing the speakers. Alderman
J...ms.on extended the civic welcome
N'i hen be bad the prlvl i      <u  gi u t-
lug  them   two years  ago on  U   similar
occasion it had been a greai pleasure   .   Common   ,
to him, now that pleasure was great, r    '     ,,,   j  -j
became   the  order   had  doubled   lb.      N    evidence was take,,
members    sharing    "���   """   '"s.i>. .
(Hear,   hear,.       It   �����s   a  procession        f),.(,    it,(,       fvW  minmes
of which any orde,   might   be proud.   ���        .   ziedwied, the brother of tb.
Ih.ir institution    was    one    of    the ,,,.,,.������,.,, engineer  who ,   jM the cltJ
grandest  which  had    ever  found  its  ...m]     .,B    gigter-in-law,    will    leave officers und visiting nurses
establ&hmeni in thai city.     He bad ,m  Ulls  m0rnlng-B traln  tor Seattle, be undertaken.
spoken to them two years ago not as     fc,      _..i(h    ,.���..    l)lo  bod   0,    h,s |    ln gojn��� <1V(,r ,,���, int.ull deaih
an   Orangeman.      He    ��"�����     *"������   """ ^^^
Haiti., ore, July 12 Plans ' i prevent iin modern slaughtei .��i th. tn-
nocentt bj Instructing p_opl. In Uie
[proper care that should b. given to
babies, are being formulated by the
academ) of medicine. As an Initial
step in tIk movement, a conference
Is to be held in New Hav >u nekt
Noveiivei at which leading phypi-
ciaus sociologists and educatoi : >j_u
al] parts of the world wiii join forces
in a studi of the problem. i he
general subject of tu, conference will
be "The Prevention ol Infant .Mortality," and the four aspeots till I. r
whlcb it will in- considered are 'be
medical, philanthrope, Institutional
ami educational,
, ii x" en.i.iite  .-.is  K.n.-ii  before the     It 's suggested thai first of al] the
. J   adjournment, and the proceedings on- Sources ol    each city's    milk supply
was a procession  ,  .. ,  ���,.-.���-. Imay  be investigated  tor th.   sak.   ol
tin.  babies'   health   and the   Banltary
ue.-vusvu  eiiBiucci,   mm  is  ui   me -.-I't ilftspeCtlOn   of     teuvin. Ills     i,y   health
inul    ever round us  wj(h     (JK    gister-ln-law,    wlll    leave officers and visiting nurses maj  also
city.      He had
ais ago not a*v,akin-  w-.tl    i,lm    ,),,.  bodv of    his !    In going over the infant death rate
wus    not one
now   I Shame).      As he  looked   rouud   inQues,
He  noticed   many   present   two  years
Ile will not  return for the of the country it is found that Chica
Dr.    Oreen     performed   an'go is the second city  in thi
ni h.-r engagements.
ONE-TIME -AMBLER
DIES ON .MALL FARM
WILL APPLY TO CITY
MR COMPENSATION
Big   Frank"  Felton.   Known Throughout America. Passes Away After
Losing  Fortune,
O'Connell Claims That   Negligence
ol Officials  Lead to Accident
Causing Death   ot   Horse.
As a  result  of au  accident  occui
hw cm Saturday lu.; the young sou
of A, O'Connel, ol  Sixth  avenue,  is
I flying al his home terribly bruised,
while Mr O'Connel] is prepa'.riug to
maki application to the city council
for compensation for the loss of his
hers, and Injuries to his Bon.
Young O'Connell was out driving |
I near the corner of Sixth avenue and |
New York. July li.���The death in
a hospital al Peeksktll, N. Y, is an-
nounoed Of "Big Frank' Kelton, a
gambler who was widely known in the
l'nited .States F.-I'ou retired from
his culling threu years ago aud since
then he and bis wlte hud been living
humbly on a farm aunt Peeks-uu.
where they supported themselves by
taking In boarders.
After Felton had conducted gambling houses in Sun Francisco, Chicago,
St. Louis, Denver and Hot Springs,
Ark., h. came to New York about seven years ago. On Thanksgiving eve,
1904, li ��� shot and killed Guy Roche.
.another gambler, in a crowded section
jof Broadway. Roche threatened to
kli) Fenton on sight and when they
met, Pelton was the f'st to draw his
licit as chairman, had charge of th.
local arrangements, and matters went
oft w.th satisfaction to all,
The   Procession.
The portion of the duy's arrangements which appealed most to tne
crowd was ihe monster procession,
ably marshalled by tho grand director |cheers for the
of ceremonies, H, Abercromble. Tne
iiiouiliig was spent iu welcoming v.iu-
tors and when at one o'clocK the parade moved off from the C. P. it. depot on its way to Queen s park, tne
whole town had clustered on either
side of Columbia street wearing for
iho most part orange ribbons in honor
Of the occasion.
Practically    every    Orange    lodge,
Trus Blue lodge (women), and Orang.
ago had passed  to their long I .ward.
He  wished    particularly   ;o  welcome
tiv  Blaine lodge, who had been r.'ght-
ly  accorded  not   the  least  hotioraule'
place in the procession,
Returns Thanks
Past Grand Master H. T. Thrift, ol
Hazelmere, returned thanks for the
order. He bud known Mr. Johnstons
father, who was the first grand _ \8ti .
in British Columbia. He called for
  ... ��� Mayor ol New Westminster, for tbe city, and their hosts,
which were cordially taken up by u
thousand throats.
autopsy during the day.
OUTLAWS WIPE OUT
CAMP OF HORSE DEALERS
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lis res per:
The city has a record of ~.'!M deaths
of babies under two years old out of
a total mortality of 32,198 death, oi
all  ages.
News of Slaughter is Brought b��.   Lone
Survivor  of   the   Band���Nine
Arc   Reported   Dead.
Lacked Protestant Leader.
Rev. J. C. Madlll delivered tile un-
nuai oration. Having cracked a
joke af the expense of Aid. Johnston,
whom be hoped would amond liis
ways and become an Orangeman lay
. ., . 0_ ...  _   jplause),  be    proceeded    to    expound
Young Briton organization had r.-pre- tome of the faults of the Orangemen.
seiitatives in the parade. Many bands.'One of the things he blamed the
drum and fife, bagpipe, endless ban-'Orangem-eii for .as that when the
ners and flags, marked the proces- 'Remedial bill was jusily defeated thej
sion. luld   not   find   a   Protestant   leader  to
Features  of   Parade. carry    them  to  victory
Two features stood out particularly.-[now ln  Manitoba u school act  under jpanioils lliu] bwn kiil.d
the monster    banner    of    lnnlsk.lien  which thefla were many French teach-1
lodge,    Mount    Pleasant,   Vancouver, j ers,   while     under    the    Jo_   Martin
and   the  American  Stars'and   Stripes'school  act they  would uot  have had
carried   by   the   standard   bearers   of'that,  and  such   also   hud   proved   the
Blaine   lodge,   Washington.      All   the  cas_   in   Saskatchewan    and   Alberta,
other  flags   were either   Union  Jacks and   left   Ui.-m    in   lhe    thraldom
or Canadian.      The Vancouver lodges ; Rome,  all   because    ol
were present in force, and the island ' made at the time,
wus   represented   by  Victoria,   Nana!-
jTwellth street, when something start-i*"1-   ,Pe,t?n  WM "^.r'Tw^.hV
tv ^r^r.dr--r-!str'HlIT5��
II I -I i     fOOl  Into a hOle ill the Street, i    ��'?   -1"'1    "����   �� ,n'��    ' f,P* ./?��� *��.
I falling heavily. i^olK. wlier�� ** "',s ^entmed in ��>ev
The    rig    was    overturned
0'Conn l|   being  pinned
*-    '    v   was  the  force
Ihi- struck the earth
young i
eral   ga  ���' Ung   ventures,   but   he   was
beneath   it .s(> harrasied by the police that he lost
with   which  his fortune and retired to the farm.
tint he was ren- I    f*ath was the result of appendlcl-
Idered unconscious""irtiTfe"~thi""hor-B tl*   The body has been brougal here
��� ���   n ...  1. avilv   thai   Its  neck   "nd  "'e "P6"1^ ^*me"t,SS��8M l"
���       ii I il died In a few min-  rfve him a pretentious funeral.
ni,.. I .	
O'Connell    was  quickly    extricated' CITY COUNCIL TONIGHT
from ih,. remains of the rig and cut-!	
rN  to  iii    home.      At   first   it   was   First   Reading   of   Civic   Bylaws   Ex-
feared thai  he was Berlously lnjured.'l pecled.
pr- Walker wa�� called, and after at- , ..        . ,.      .... ���..���-,,,,
Injiirlea  was  able  to  re-1    At the meeting of the cltj  council
el  mily.      The    young  tel-  this evening, postponed from Monday
brulued, but lio bones   on   account of  the  civic  holiday,  the
-   and after a few flays1 Test IleW bylaws will probably be approved
���""'I again, l��� 0,,en council and the necessary by-
Mr, oCouncil alleges that the neg-  Uius rl,!Ul |��� ,iieir Initial stages
Arrangements will be made for the
proposed trip to Coquitlam lake with
th, Vancouver council on Saturday.
The city solicitor will report on an
application by James Cunningham on
behalf of the New Westminster uas
company tor permission to lay mains
on  Columbia street.
El Bnso. Tex.. July 12.���A special
from Aft on, N M . thirty-five miles
west of here, says:
Outlaws attacked ten Texas horse-
buyers in their camp, one nnd a half
miles west ol here tonight. The
horse-buyers were driving 300 head Of
horses to Tt-xas and ba i camped for
the night.
One man. wour.de.' and limping iu
, toa_er to lli(. 8tockiI,g f,.t,t] reaelvd the railroad
ihey    had ,st.ltion h.ere,     He said his nine hod-
Biggest Nugget Ever.
Toronto, July 12.���A silver nugget,
thought to he the largest in the worWI.
bus been discovered on the Cobalt
Gem property at Cobalt, lt Is said
to l)<- five feet six inches thick, weigh
ing 3,000 pounds. It is Tu poi cent.
pure  silver and  Is   valued ai  |16,000.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
CONVENTION NEARS END
Delegates    lo    Twenty-fourth    Annual
Gathering Discuss Attainment of
High   Ideals.
St. Paul, July 12���The delegates to
the twenty-fourth annual Christian
Endeavor convention today entered on
the last day of the convention with
tb.. quiet hour service begun at 7:45
a.m. Conferences and address.-s in
several churches took up the iwixt
hour       The subjects    all  ivluted  to
mo and Cumberland. Many country
lodges from different parts of the
Fraser valley had brought their banners for the occasion. In the procession were a brass band, a pipers'
band, and four fife and drum bands.
The marshul rode at the bead of the
procession, and the Royal Black
Knights of Ireland, in uniform,
brought up the rear, followed by the
carriages containing the speakers.
Speeches at Park.
At the park the various lodges assembled within the oval, and sang
the National Anthem. The speeches
v,'.'i- then  trade from the press stand
Afton la a  railroad  Btation on the
Southern Pacific an i has only a sec-1
tion  house    and    a  telegrapn  office, j
After the first meagre  report  was re-
.jC-ived   in   El   Paso,   neither   the  dis-1
ti,    ���la.-volpatcher's office nor the Western Union ���rv,     ""*r ���__-__"-   __��� ------
tbe   mistake' ould   ^.^    Afton       h  (g  Blipposetj  questions of method und proc��lnre K
M [that  the operator either  fled or that attain Christian Endeavor ideals. The
Defends Coronation Oath. the   outlaws  attacked   the  station  to relation of the pastor to th.> Christian
Turning  to the coronation  oath he 'prevent n.ws of the killing being sent  ��� t&^o^T\hX^JslS:
STtS^uTlStSSr^ "%* -vivo- wbo    reached  Afton-!jg *&g^J& SSs
pir...     Before ihat oath they hud two  said  the outlaws were Indians, but it i��?""���� A^ene       OnP��d-es    wu .
kings, Charles II. and James 11., who was thought at Afton that they were of  this  ��**tln��.      One address was
pretended to be both Catholics and Mexicans,
i'rote-tants,   and   all   th��  time   were | ��� ���
seeking  to  put  the nation  under  thej , rA���v  fair
thraldom  of  Rome.      James   was  de- \ ca_v.aky  r��.n.
ifeated   by   the   best   king   who   ever
on "How Christian Endeavor Is Helping to Bring in the Kingdom,' delivered by Rev. Albert Fulton. Christian Endeavor extension throughout
th..   world   was   reviewed    by   H.   N.
ifeated   by   the   best   king  who   ever' From  Vaney attend   Exhibition  Lathrop and William Shaw, treasurer
wore a crown, King William of Orange I Foothills   Town 'and secretary, respectively, of the so
il Loud applause). " at   Foothills   Town
The object  of  Catholicism,  he de-]    Word has  been received  from Cai
dared,  today  In  Canada  was to rule  gary
(Continued on Page  Six).
UENDMS CLAIM
ESTATE OF PIONEER
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE
MAKES MAM. HOMELESS
linen,,.
alleges that the nog-
of ih city officials In allowing
tl"' hole io remain In the street w-as
['' Ponsl de tor the accident, nnd he
la making this t.i... basis of his claim-
ilfi
Attempted Train Wreck.
Wash., July 12.���An attempt
���v-, made m day hy an unknown mis-
��� i   wrei'k   the  Spokane  Inland
' '      ���   passenger   train   which     left
al s a in.    The miscreant    bad
"rapped  a  heavy  chain   around  the
near th.   tfflnne] three miles from
\   I rain   drawn   by  a  60-ton
TEMPERANCE  TOWN
LOSES   MUCH
London,  July    12.���The    advcitise-
  MONEY
ral
Cnlfax 	
1    which was preceding the ipas- ment receipts of the llford town Coun-
"ranger train smashed the chain with- oil have dropped ��1600 since the
,i" other mishap than derailing the council adopted the policy of proniu-
cahoos Every effort Is being made iting the display of advertisements oi
to discover the offender, bin so far I wine, whisky, and ale in the councils
without  result *���������������    ' 	
tram way c��rs.
Children of Old Whaler Seek for Vast
Area  of  Land  in  New Zca -
land.
Row   of
trlet
Dwellings   in    Richmond   Dis
San   Francisco,  Burned���
Incendiary   Origin.
-Tin
sensa-
Sau
Wellington, July 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tional claim uguinst the government Uien were burned
on the part of th.. descendants of thejioo  persons   wer
Francisco, July 11.���Time fl��
none seriously
rendered homeless
to the effect that A, IV Hale
and B. V. Casselman of thi. city are
attending the big annua) fair ai Cat-
gary.
This y.-ai's fair, it is further stated,
ls   one   of   the   largest   ever   held   In
Calgary.      The exhibits  of  stock are
good,   those of lion js  and  cattle  being  particularly  fine;   the  display  of
agricultural      produce    is,    however,
rather dis   pointing,     There is only
one distn       exhibit,    und  it cannot
compare   either    in    staging or  in
| quality with those Shown at the New
1 Westminster fair.     The Eraser valley
iis not represented at Calgary.     By a
! curious omission it is stated that the
! New   Westminster    exhibition  is  not
mentioned in the list    of    fall fairs
I published   by   the  Calgary   Exhibition
and [association,   although    other smaller
fairs held In this province nre given
and secretary, respectively, of the society.
Simultaneously with the auditorium
meeting an exposition of civic, moral
and religions progress of Christian
Endeavor work wns held in th*. armory.
UOl��� ��� ���W ��� ���   -_ -J ��� .   ..V ...ja..^T.    .
hv   settled   in  the   North   island ,hael Drury,  Louis  Andrews, ��  hose-
Veteran French Statesman
Subcumbs to Apoplexy
l.-nlted    States    settler    WabS-er  f'"
j.,.00,000, has again conie before the
courts.
Webster   was   originally   a   Whaler,
prior to the English settlement of
New Zealand in 1840. In company
with numerous others, he laid claim
to an enormous area of land.
Tbe claim came before the New
Zealand courts ln 1887, when a commission Investigated the facts and reported that in the awards made to
Webster liberal justice had been done,
compensation  being    made  for every
today  by a fire Ihat  destroyed a tow
of dwellings in the Richmond district.
The polios declare the Are was of Incendiary origin.
The Injured  firemen are Lieut.  Mi-
Mrs. David, Cross of Seventh avenue presented her husband with u
girl baby yesterday, Both mother
land child me doing welL	
ONTARIO TELEPHONE
GIR.S OUT CN STRIKE
i Toronto. July 12.���The switchboard
girls of the TemlskaminR Telephone
company are on strike in ail towns x,t
the Silverdam, and if a man wants to
talk to a mine manager he has to bine
a rig and rive out to see bim on the
off chance that he is there. The movement started in Haih ybury and New
Liskennl and the girls at Cobalt went
out in sympathy with the Hallsybury
operators,    They   Bald   they   have  to
work twelve hours a da\ for s,.\'-ti
days a week and then only get |2fi a
month ami that tbey will stand it -���>
longer,    They asked tor an increase
and wer,. refuted liieoi)veni.'iiei. to
iiii-iing Is very gn-at us much of the
' nsiness ol tli. rump ll done over 'h''
ohone.
��� ���
���'uiy 12.���General lc Marquis  d<.  Galllfet,  former  minister of  war,
' U dead.     He was Btrlcken with apop*
���
Advertising British Columbia
l/indon, July 12.���Earl Grey
Invited h numb-r of personai
fr_nds to witness the clneme-
'"graph pictures descriptive of
Industrie, and scenery In British Columbia-.. The pictures
will tour England to encourage
emigration to the Pacific province.
is oeau.     ne wao ��"^-���� ��������� ,;.,-,,
ie-y on Sunday, which was the "��"��
attack  within  the last    few months.
w, Gaston   Alexandre   August*   Marquis
��� Ide Galllfet, was born ln Paris J*nua^
��� 23,   1-831.      He  became    mmlstei���  oi
��� w_r when the Waldeck-Rousseau mln^
��� lstry waa formed June 22, 1������.
��� resigned  the following May-  ___.,_��*
��� |    He was one of the first *���***2
a  royalists   to  rally*   to  the  WPPjM
��� the republic and became the,P?R   ��JL
Gambetta.      In  w_8- VT
��� friend  ot    _a_iowi">-      ����� "-_'__f a
��� Marquis was raised to the *"* ��L,,
_ , ��� general of division, retaining " ^a""
**������������.*������������������������������������ he retired In 189.
nnan,    and     Edward     McGomgle,    a
stoker.      Andrews   was  burned   by  a
live wire.
The damage Is estimated at $50,000.
STATE OF  CROPS.
Fraser
Bumper   Harvest   Assured
Valley,
compensation  being    made  ror every i secretory of the Seat-
?5_w��HsSij��?Hi^Sg|
,on s��ccS thl, S��t��4%m, but lng for Information with %��������
ft likely that it will SUs+m **%gX *$StsB7 3S?\
ernment a good deal of trouble. ,��   w **_�� ^ ^ ^ M^fe hlm
of the promise of a good hay crop,
___.. of the bright prospects for fruit and
OERMAN KAISER MBBT8 grtl_ ,n the upper ^^y Bnd to cor-
KINO OF SWEDEN ���,*  the  impression  that  conditions
  have not been so good ln the agrloul-
Rerlin Julv 12.���Emperor William tural districts of B. C. as In P"VJ?����
t^v_3toU�� Ktag ^f Sweden, 7ear��. Mr. Sibley Indicates that
at^aaaTts^ lhiugur_le the steam buyer. In the east write express ng
?err7 tor p^M��?W_.iis between their anxiety about the crops in the
Sasentls awl Vreelleberg, 8wed��f Md eoast states. .
subseauently entertsdiled the BeM��- Farmers coming into mar_et re
M^montMh on boat- the imP^-port bright harvest prospecta ln all
Ial yacht HoheMoUera. >l��*rt8 of the valley.
Miser Starves to Death
Rather Than Spend Money
New York, July 12.���Nurses ln the and two bunk books representing de-
Kings County    hospital    have found i posits of more than $6000.
thousands of    dollars In    cash, bank I    Tn*" WOman ''ad worked as a tarn
' ���   , .        __��� ������ .���.  ,    ,,,__  lly  Jaervant  until   she  became  ill  ami
notes nnd Jewelry    concealed In the thfin   haWng n<) hom8 ^ WUa_ <0
garments of    Elizabeth    Donagan,  aJprovide herstdf  with  one,  the  police
servant,  who was  found  starving to 'say she  wunilered    the streets  until
death on the Streets of Brooklyn. A
policeman was attracted to a thin,
half-clad and shivering little old woman ln a side street late at night
and took her t�� the station. There
an ambulance doctor sent her to the
hospital. She protested as much as
her strength would permit against
the taking of her clothing from her.
In One garment    the nurses found
$85.60 ln gold and silver money; ten
large  unSet diamonds,  a gold  watch
.and chain and other jewelry.     In an-
Lother garment wa. sewn 9600 ln bills
she became weak from lack of food.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 13, 190?
Classified Advertisements
-
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a    fifty cents and did not let the  people know anything about it, he would not sell  any.      You  must fell  the people what you have to sell, why they s  ould    pu e y    ,
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us have  got the habit of thinking that  because  we have been  a  long time   in  business  everyone  mus<  of  n cessi y
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  timet.
.WANTED ��� GOOD DI.NINC, ROOM
girl. Apply at once at Guichon
hotel.
������WANTED���POSITION HY JAPAN
ea boy in hotel. P. 0. Hox 296,
city.
[WANTED���AN   OFFICE  BOY.. AP-
ph-  personally  to  P.  Peebles, real
estate and Insurance agent. 620
Columbia street.
[WANTED ��� A SMALL COTTAGE
near city In exchange tor Vancou-
vw lot (l). L. Wi and cash payments. Address Box li--', Daily
News office.
.WANTED���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
by man and wife: no children. D.
N\. News offlce.
WANTED���TO RENT A SIX OR
seven room modern house in good
locality; furnished or unfurnished.
Hale Bros. & Co., L'd., Columbia
street.
R. T. PRI NCI-:���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamberi.
collections and storekeepers' hooks
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hal] Safe Co. Office: Room T.Ham.
bly block. P. 0. box 795.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants ami specifications prepared.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     t,
Gulchon bb'c!-     P. o. Box 694.
meetings on the thii l Thursd
February.    New  members   _
proposed and elected al anj monthly or    quarterly    meeting,     -   it.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
I, tter . ��� tc. Province offlce, Columbia b r   '���     Pbone 62.
W.  D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 11. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G W. BAIT, ARCHITECT-
Quichon Block.   Telephone 3 18
[WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SHR-
vant, no washing. Apply Mrs. W-
T. Reid, 51 Royal avenue.	
WANTED���GIRL TO WORK AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
LOST.
IX)ST ��� IN ORANGE PARADE,
bunch of keys; finder kindly return
to W. E, Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
kOST���ON COLUMBIA STREET
between Sixth and Ryall's drug
store, a black purse, containing key
and small change. Finder kindly
leave at News Office. ,
LOST���WILL THE PARTY WHO
was seen picking up a lady's belt
ln the grounds of the Central Public school, kindly return same to
Mrs. C.  A. Welsh. 123 Sixth street.
l_OST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News office.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO,
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  suunrban  property,
200 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 1-6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
|TEN ACRES, FIVE MILES FROM
town, one mile lrom new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price. $2200;   terms.
.McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box 874;
phone 49$.     Keal estate and insur-
i ance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, bu'lding
..one. etc.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Co'.umbia street.  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
iTHE FRASER VALLEY NURSERUD-,
Ltd.,  Burnaby  Lake���For    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone lie.
THEATRES
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne stree , W. N Carty, manager
Specia] attractions provided  during
thi   -eason.      Advance ticket ollice,
Ryall's Drug Store.
0. O.  F.���ROYAL   CITY    l."!"-!'.
No, 3���Meets   In   Oddfi hall,
Columb a street, everj v laj even
Ing at s o'clock.   VI : "
will be made well     0. E. Ul
N. G:   C.  H Osbori ���    P 0, I
Ing secretary
carriage 8hop.
Westminster carriage shop���
I 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.
I.   HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER,   ROUM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsonitnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLl'M-
bia street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodgi N i 9, a
F. and A. M.. King SolOinon bodge,
No. 17. A. F. and A M ; L. O. L
No. 1150; L. 0. U, No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 1683, I. 0, F; C "
F,   Courl     Westmlnsti r,    N '
Brotherhood of Owls,  Nesi No   29,
I v. baser  within   forty Iiv    .,
i     date of the first publ
not he upon  you, and  In  il I
caveat or certificate of Us pe
Ing filed within suet, perlo I
fault  of  redemption   bi t
tion, you nnd each of you w
.���ver .-stopped ami debarri |  |
ling up any claim to or In  ���
the said   land,    and    I   -hi
Peter Henderson as on n
i. e,     Ami I h irebj  ordi
, ation of this notice tor th ���
a dully newspaper pub I I
Westminster, will  u,   good
c .ni service thereof.
Dated  at  tin- Land  Reg!
New Westminster, Provlni
Column la, this 3rd day ol
1909
C. 3. KEJ l ii
Distrie;    |;
To   Yuk     Chee,    Ch iw    Sin
.lohn .1. Weir.
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PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair," Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS. BARR13-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS, 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
1. 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.
FOR  SALE-A    NICE   NEW    FIVE I BENSON  &  AYLING,  FISH, FRUIT,
mom   cottage one   block   from   car      Game, Vegetables, etc.      Begbie st..
line.     Price  $800;   cash   $200;   teal-1    ��PP- Windsor Hotel.
ance  to  suit purchaser.      G.  Hall,
East Burnaby. FURNITURE
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 66,
Ciiy.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LETT���LARGE BEDROOM, COR
ner Agnes and Seventh.  No. 701.
IW. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
| cedes, phong 386. The Pure Food
���    Supply Grocery, P. o. Box SU.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Puhlic. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S -Altering. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Rrom 9, Sm'.'h
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 estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works; Corner Eleventh
and car line. P, O. box 254, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loo.se
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv News Block, Sixth street.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invit.d to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' I lock, Clarkson street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOI BE,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatf street, 830 Eleventh street.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
IW.   N    DRAPER,   B.  C.   LAND   SUR-
���veyor.     EEard block, New    West-
:     minster, B.  C.
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs.  Archer, proprte-
tress).     Four courses, consisting o*
soup,   fish,   boiled  entree  or   roast,
j    pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No, 20.���Meets every Tuesday-
evening at S p.m. ln 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. Sutherland.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart, turnout. The Fashion Stables.
SECONDHAND  STORE.
WE   BUY   ANT
and  all  k'. v
hand goo I
offlce.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and second
A Speck, near Tram
HOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster B-iard of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the third
Thursday of February, May, August
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice thai an application ' is
'been made to register F. Mei" ai
the owner in tee simple, under a
tax sale d.-ed from the may., an I
treasurer of the city of New Wi tmlnster, to F. McCleery, tearing date I
9th day of January, A. ll.. 1904, ol ail
and singular that certain pun el or
tract of land and premises situate ly
ing and being ln the City of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as  Lots  91, 92, 93 anil
.94,    of Lot  3,    Subdivision  Block  11
You  and  each  of you  are  required
Ito contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty five days from the
date of the first publication of ibis no-
itice, otherwise I shall register F, Mc
'Cieery as owner thereof in fee, And
I  hereby   direct    that    publication  of
;this notice ln a dally newspaper for
thirty  days,  published at   New  West-
, minster,   will   be   good   and   sufficient
j ervice thereof,
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce.
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 2 .th dav of February,
A.  D..  1909.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph E.
Gaynor Estate.
C. S   KEITH.
District   Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
land those claiming  through or under
'them and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtu., of
any  unregistered  Instrument,  and  all
:persons claiming any Interest in the
said  land   by  descent,   whose  tltl,.  is
'not registered under the provisions of
vhe "Land Registry art,' shall be
forever  estopp.-d  and   debarred   from
; setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxe-. as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRV   ACT
Take notice, that in applicat.on
has be-en made to register Peter Henderson as tlie owner in fee simple, un-
jder a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and cleTk of Surrey, to The Corpora-
j tion of the Township or District of
;Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of
December, A. D., 1901, of all and sin
gular that certain parcel or tract of
lland and premises situate, lying and
i being in the District of New Westminster, In the Province of British
'Columbia, more particularly known
and described as I^ots 3 ana i ���:'
Block 4, being part of Lots 7 an: .
Croup 2, Map 450; Lot 7 of Block 4,
being part of Lots 7 and s. Croup 2;
Lot 9, of Block I. being part of Lots
7 nnd 8, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
Minder you and aU persons claiming
any Interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
al] persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
;Is not registered under the provisions
of tho "Land Registry Act," are required to contest the claim of the lax
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
in ihe railway belt In British Oolum
iia, may be homesteaded bj any person who is the sol-.- bead oi ,_ family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section' ol
160 acres, more or less
Entry must be made personally at
tlie local land ofllce for the district
In which tbe land i. situate Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by tbe lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an Intending homesteader,
The homestead er ii required to perform tli^, conditions connected t_--,���--
with under one ol the following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon  and cultivation of the lan; oo
jk-ach  year for three  years,
(2) If the father i or mother, u Ue
father Is decasedl, of the homesteader
resides u[>on a farm in the vlrnv   ol
.the land ent-eTed for. th>- roqulrenien'l
-.iii to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with tbe father
or mother.
Ci) If the settler has his permaneat
resiJence upon farming land i.wn-d
by him ln the vicinity of his Homestead, thp requirements as to resid net
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writinn _-0Uld
Ibe given to the commissioner ol Dominion  lands at  Ottawa ol  iniention
i to apply for patent.
Coal���Coal mining rights may .
leased for a period of ' wnty-ona
years at an annua! rental ol Jl per
acre. Not more than 2660 acrei
shall be '.eased to one Individual or
company.     a royalty a. the rate ot
ifive  cents  per  ton   shall  be  ��� '
on the merchantable coal nun
w w. coin
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorised   publication of
; this advertisement will nv I1'1"
ifor.
LAND  ACT.
Comox Land District
"���Strict of Queen Charlotte Sound.
lake notice that O. B  Jaco son. ct
Vancouver, occupation she,       ��������� her,
Intends   to apply   for   perm    Ion to
Ileus,,   the   following     descrln. I   land:
1    Comin.neiug at a  post  planted   at
the  west  end of  Lewis  Island   l!ienc*
northerly, easterly, ��outhorlj  ind *eB*
terly   and   northerly,   following  tlie
shore   line  around   the   Island
; point of commencement,    containing
800  acres  more or  b-ss.
Staked April 8th, 19U9.
OLE B. JACOBSON
IRISH NEWSPAPER
FOR THE IRISH PEOPEE
The  Sinn  Fein  Society Will  Publish a
Journal  Specially  Prepared For
I Ireland.
ASTRONOMICAL  STATION
FOR TOP OF MOUNTAIN
1-ondon, July 12.���Sinn Fein, a daily
newspaper organ of the Sinn Fein.
"Ireland for the Irish' movement, is
announced to make its first appear-
ance in Dublin this week, and the arrival of th,- first copies of tlie new
journal is awaited with much Interest
In government circles here, Arthur
Griffiths, a well known Irish Journalist, is th. editor of lhe new paper.
On_ of the strong points of the now
paper will be thai Its foreign news
will be gathered by Bs own correspondents in all parts of the world. It
long has been a cause of complaint
among Irishmen that the foreign news
published in the Irish papers reaches
them from English sources, und inevitably is colored to suit the purposes of the Br.tisb. goverment S un
Fein promises to throw interesting
light ou European statesman
diplomacy In Its rela-.io.. to iv.u.i-,
and her aspirations. i
San Francisco, July, 12.���A meteorological and astronomical observatory nt au altitude of about 14,000
feet is to he erected on Moun: Whitney by th.. Smithsonian Institute,
The work of preparing the trail up
tho mountain over which the material
wlll be transported by pack mules Is
already under way. On September
1 Prof. W. W. Campbell and Prof. Abbott, of the Lick Observatory, will go
to Mount Whitney to make spectroscopic obseravtlons.
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Cheap Lots
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND S'XTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
INTERNATIONAL ACTION
TO CELEBRATE PEACE
Ottawa. July 12.���The Sugg, i in
���made by Hon. \Y. L. Macken/' King,
at the Harvard coniiiiencvi. v last
week, that Canada ar.1 l;.c United
States should fitting!., comm,.minor-
ate the hundred years of peace between the two countries by 'h,. erection and dedication of some Striking I
international monument. Is likely to |
bear fruit ln the joint action by the
governments at Washington and Ottawa.
Dominion Trust Co. j
 T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr ��
MONEY   TO    LOAN 8
FROG   SHOWER   DELAYS
TRAINS IN  N-W v/-.r,K i
peered, covering sidewalks to such
an extent that walking was difficult.
The tracks on a railroad fo,- half a
mile were covered and rendered So
slippery that speed of trains was materially lessened
.'tic,.. N, Y.. July 12.���i ��� ' ��������� -.���
tonight Nm Qouverneur i' '���-. . '* r
after a heavy wind and 1 i v< i
there,  thousands  of  small   irogn  ap-
RL'SSIANS OBJECT TO
CHINESE CUSTOMS  LAWS
Pekln, July 12.���It is reported that
the Chine.se maritime customs regula
tions are now In operation on the
Sungari river. Russian anxiety a1
the prospect of Japanese navigation
of the river is undisguised. Several
Russian boats plying on the Sungari
river have lodged protests against the
regulations. Reports from Harbin
say that the Russian authorities are
obstructing the carrying out of th*
river regulations on the ground that
they have not been mutually agreed
upon.
TENDERS.
s.-aled tenders addressed to th. undersigned, and endorsed "Tend..,, toi
Postofflce Fittings. Vancouver, b, c.'
Will be received H, this Office until
5:00 p.m. on Wednesday. July 21,
1909, for the work men tloned.
Pluns,  specifications and  forms  of
(contract can be seen and form.. ,���
tender obtained al this department on
'application to Mr, c. ToBsell, Clerk of
.Works, Vanoouver, b. c,
Persons tendering arc notified that
j tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied
'and s:gned with their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of resldonce.
Each  tender  must   i���.  accompnnierl
by an accepted cheque -*-, ,, cl. irtered
;bank,  made  payable   ,,   t, , 0l(j.  .  .,
the Him ������a'.!,, the Mil . .��
Works, equal '.   ten pei   ,..
I of the amount of nie .,���- ., ...
will be forfeited lt the person' tend.,
lng declines to enter Into a extract
when called upon to do Bo, or "
fail to complete the work contracted
tor      If  the tender  be  not  nc     ,
ithe cheque will  he  returned
The department does  not  hind  U-
of   Pllhlc
11" pel
[self to acoept the lowest ,,   v   ten-
I der.
By  order,
NAPOLEON Tiv
lar)
Department   of   Public   Wo       "'
tawa, June 80, 1909.
(Newspapers will noi  be '
this  advertisement   If  they  Insert ��
without authority    from   t'i       '***"
I ment.)
I S.S. TRANSFER
' Th,, Bteamer Transfer *>] i,,'i'.
Brackman-Ker whan everj week "'���
afternoon, except Saturday, ai >'' '
,fm Ladner, Steveston and �� ��� i"'',*;
Sal urday a! 2 p.m.. returning ; i N
Westminster Saturdaj  evening.
Returning,   leaves   Stevesum ���'���l'l!
week dav morning, cm*.-pi  Pi  ''
Additional   trip   Monday   '"":,mb'
leaving New Westminster at ���"�� a '"'
This schedule    subject    to '
without notice.
For freight and passenger ������ ���''
ply to
ROBERT J A RUIN'
M-.in:\Z"r
uige
, ap
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
--IN���
THE       DAILY N--'v3
Westminster's Horn.  PaPpr- TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1909.
[Form No. S-l
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
' '",;��� Voce's u:l,ui. J' weler.
VSB"      '      ''.,.'    for     permission   tO
If ... ii.;-1 ���>..!��� ��_  ���u-
���sl planted In ���'
MAD_1 IN CANADA
-IE   DAILY  NEWS
PAGE THROl.
i lng ai b po
on north, shore tti Berryjs
land   dined Jun
i'i- ;
,    or  less.
UAMIN ANDERSON
S   il   FORD,
, . Ith, 1909,
100 :
4th,  1909,      A] plj
H",,,|.   island,  containing
Ag.-nt.
.CHALLENGED
ENEMK TO OLE
'    ���      Official   Placed   Uride.   Arrest o
ither UicOT.mon Charge
sented Insult.
-Re.
CHEMICALLY PURE
Canadian  Oovernmeni   ���
-how we bave the pui
Ij  12.    In
...
���  :   - '    Hgb
v Marshall Ft. v
[Form No, B.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
i ..   ���   Range One,
ra ,. Dora An lerson   ol
,  ,..    ..      r,    c. occupation, lady,
���  . .. ...;> f ,r permission to pur-
i    ..-vi ed  lands:
,., al  a iii-t  planted on
t Klaoitsls Island, a
B   |   outh ol Turner island.
���bow we have the pu.    t, / ���.
ana highest strength goods, j
Oillctt's Is u led l-..   the s j ed viol
best Bakers and Caterers |j      ' !i
8th,  1909,    Applying  for Intend* to appl] for pen
:.'.    40 acres more or of Vancouver, li. ('., oci
chase the following de i
Commencing   ������   a   po with  E.  E.  Dunning.
DORA ANDERSON,
I      S. H. FORD, Agent.
��� h, 1909,
.      in   No   ll]
LAND ACT.
Form of  Notice.
i -   asi Range one.
ti,.   tbat  John    Olaen,  ot
Vancouve    B   C, occupation, farmer,
Ij    for   permission    to
purcha toilowing     described
land.
.   at a post  planted m
l,av at rest    corner of    Davies
Island    Dated   June   6th, 19-Q9,
. ie .
ell had an a -        b John
���-..:������
officer a 1
I to havi a his a
It hi
I olson : ' . .
Ileged to have
t     toward  N b    Insln
to use It ll
ithei  way.
- ��� :!     .
marshal] and weni on bis bai.
tb..- bay at northwest w
island,  the largest  Island
..Han   group.      Dat. I   I ,;.,
Applying for the  wboli con
taining GO acre-  i: 0 ���   ci   |i
BERQETA A.s.
I'"i   S,   II.   FORD   Aneat.
Dated June 0th,  1 09,
PURE   MILK    SUPPLY
[Form   No   '.<.]
LAND  ACT.
plying e whole island, contain
,,,  . more or less.
JOHN* OLSEN,
S   II. FORD, Agent.
ne 6th, 1909.
Form of  Notice.
District of Ooast  Range One
Tuk_  notice   that    Pi auk  Ja. D
Ap- of  Vancouver.  B.   C,  occupation,  *_r-
mer, Intends to apply : .  permission  and-horses can  be    and
to  purchase   the  following   d-senbed  through and through the
A National Necessity,
Is no mor. .   prob
,.     be       ���   ��� ������  -,
than thai ol a pure milk Bupply. IM*
clenti a. m the r
assertions that tl ������   . i    the child
ore   seriously   menaced   tarougi;
milk than through un.>  ot_ei
in Chli ago there are muni-
law��  forbidding  the  deliver,   ot
In any  ...ut s.-al.-d container-     In
New  York milk must be pasteurized
b.-fore lt receives th,- s..._i ol official
approval.     But   the   proverbial   coach-
is    driven
ordinance
.!-'..rrn  No   9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
asi   Range One.
Take  ������ Ici   that   Ralph  Jacobson,
ol  Van B.  C.  occupation,  far-'
to  apply  for  permission'
| following   described
a  post plauted on !
tbe sou ore in a small bay on ;
(nun ��� -.. id       Dated    June    4 th  |
\;
ii.on- or less.
I. U.l'ii  JACOBSON.
1-     S    H.  KURD,  Agent
Dan '  I .:... , b   1909,
lands:
Commencing ut a post piuut��-d in
a small bay on north shore ol Bend
Island. Dated June fcth, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing SO acres mere or less.
FRANK  JACOBSON,
Per 8.   H.   FORD,  Agent
Dated  June 6th,  1909.
by un-cnipulous milk dealers an.l the
p.-ril i- as great us ever, For Instance, the so-called "Commercial
Paste rization" consists In superh.-a--
ing the milk for but a few minute*
which nay or may not k'il ���h_ dis
ease germs and is liable to destroj
���:,. necessary and healthful ferment
elements In the m Ik.
There Is one, only really safe and
reliable source of milk supply und
that is to have thv milk evaporat-i
and packed in staled tins under conditions of id.-ai cleanliness in such a
. . ui. as the St. Charles Condensing
Form of Notice. company   at   Ingersoll.  Ont.     H-r_     a
District of  Cuas.-.   Range One. mammoth modern plant, governed by
Take  notice  that   Adolph  O.   John-   tne highest ideals of cleanliness, and
son, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, operated by over 100 employees, draw?
; for the whole Island, | farmer, Intends   to   apply  for  penms-   ut,on the rich Oxford County milk sup
sion  to  purchase    the    following de-  p|v through over 90 special dary sui-
scrlbed lands: Cong scattered throughout the county.
Commencing   at  a  post  planted   on   xbe  milk  is handled with scrupui.m
[Form  No   9.]
LAND ACT.
the north shore of Crib isiand.    Hated
care, is -evaporated and packed with
So. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Forv of Notice.
.uge  One.
I sl e nol lacob   Jacobson.
of Vai occupation,  car-
penter, intends apply for permission ti tiie following described ....
Comttli :.   : .     :   a   post  planted   on
the ��i sh ire of Mound island.
Dated 1909.     Applying for
"'������   ������    -    land  containing 80 acres
mori "���
JACOB JACOBSON.
8   H.  FORD, Agt-ut.
1th.   1909.
June  Oth,    190..      Applying    for  the   om admixture of any description and
whole island,    containing    Sui    acres l8 g^ipp^i in sealed containers und.:
more  or less. the   names     S;.   Charles   Evaporated
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,        I Unsweetened   Cream,   and   in   Silver
Per S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.      Cow    (Sweetened)    .rand,   guaranteed
Dated June Oth.  1909. to kev;, pure and Bate indefinitely In
- any climate.
The St. Charles goods can be diluted and instantly produce the same rich ,
pure, fresh, creamy fluid that left the |
Dairyman's pails
There   Is   not   a   household   in   the j
land  that an afford  'o overlcok this 1
The Question
Where io buy furniture cheap us well
as good
Is Answered
BklWERS OFFER TO
WAGER $100,000
healthful, safe, always pure milk and   claim That  More  Liquor is Drunk  in
cream   supply.     Sold   by   ail   gtoc- rs
and dealers.
"Dry"   Than   in   "Wet"  Portion
of  the  State.
I
'���' nn No 9.]
LAND  ACT.
MUT10... VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sautaget dally.
Best   of   Farmer's   Pork.
Form of  Notice.
: -������ 01  Ooast  Range One.
���������      ���    that   Albert   Hum.   Ol
B   C, occupation   farmer,
' for permission to
PUrchas.      the     following     descrmed
lng  at  a  post  planted  in
1    on n Tth  shore of  K<',_   tslnnd.
""'   ":  ! '-   VndersOn group.    Dated
1909       Applying   lor   the
Island,    containing    160   acres
���
ALBERT HUNT,
1       S   H. FORD,  Agent.
in.   6th. 1909.
ery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
Form No. 9,]
LAND   ACT.
Form of Notice.
Range One.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE--THAM   DEPOT
. -I notli     that  John  Johnson,  of I
B, c, occupat-on,    sales-'
'"|- v. apply for permission
the  following  d-sortted ,
'    'ng  at  ii post planted oni.
'ore of John island, nn Is-i .   . - .
between Kees Island and Davies   Mineral   Waters
Dated, June 6th   1909.    Ap-  IVllIItaal   W ttlCI ��
' '  the whole lslsid
1 >g '" acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per  S.  H, FORD, Agent
fated June 6th. 1909.
j.  directing  you  to the store where ;
>ou can ^ee the largest stock of Hew   FOOT   STICKS   IN   RAILS; 	
and second-hand goods of ail kinds in LOSES AN arm :
ihe city.   !    Galveston.   Texas.   July   1_.���At    a
i  have a splendid Cream Separator j    Pasadena   Cai..   July   12.���W.th   his  meeting of  th.  Texas  Brewers'  assort* sale, nearly new. foot caught ln a switch frog on the dation Monday, with everj brewer in
Com. and  tee  how   uiucn  mor    you   gama y,. track aud a rapidK  running '��� ���
can   get   for  your     money   here  man   traln bear.ng    down    on    him today.''he stat. represented, a challenge was
elsewhere. James   H.  C.aut, a  resident    of    this  made to the national and suit* proki- I
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type- ��� city, succeeded in freeing himself jus.   _ition party involving $100,090 to pub-
writers,  and  lif-ht   automatic   nvicbln-   ;4_ ,'he engine was on him. but in his  >.c charity which the temperance peo-
'efforts  be   fell   across   the   rails   and   pie will have to take up.
,the wb��-l_  ran  over his arm.      The      it is simply that the brewery inter-
injured member was amputated at  &-ests will give that sum to charity if
_   hospital  and  be    is  expected   to  re- they   full  to  prove conclusively   that
SECOND - HAND      STORE,  .over. prohibition   states  and   sections   than
Man on th? Wieel.        Gaut  is  the  husband of Helen   Lu- jn   the  ope_  or  wet   Btates  and   pre- I
"     ___^___.   kins   Caul,  a   well   kuov, n     magadne   .incts.   Tlie brewers of Texas declare:
writer. th-;.   have  spent  1100,000 driving out
Westminster uHa-=  associated with  saloon.-:  and  in ]
purifying the bar-room busin.... ;.. this j
TERRIFIC   EARTHQUAKE sv ,'.
VISITS SOUTH INDIA      -[������,.,   brewers   wil]   -.elect   s*x   men.
  three on each oommittew, uud the pro- .
Paris. July 12.���Dispatches received blbitlon  paHj   shal   selecl equal rep-[
here lnd!(*ate that a terrific earuiquako resentatives. mission of six
rock.-d   the entire   Indian     peninsula  men Is Intended to Investigate condi-!
and the southern portion of the Asia-  tions iu   Texas  and   tha  other   board
tic  continent   early  today. is  to  visit   other  prohibition  Or    dr> |
The that Bhock was teh about :'. states. The brewers expect to .. all
o'clock this morning in the vicinity of the exposes and will abide by th'
Rawral   P.ndi.  and  extended   into  the  board's   verdicts.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
-CMENENY I ANDERSON       Columbia St.
I Columbia  St.
Transfer Co.
���Tti-B
Phone 18s.      Burn   Phone 13/
Columbia  Street
to
Haggage    dellvere.l    promptly
auy part of tbe city.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marici 8treei
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room   .1   prr day  up.
Room  and  board $2.50 per day up.
f1-3om with  bath $250 per day up.
Room with bath an_ board $4 per day,
Blackmail   Failed.
Ohitral district. Pew details are available although it Is 'said that many
buildings   w.re  levelled.
The succession of shocks  that   foi-      Berlin    Julv   11 ���Privy    Councillor
lowed  th..-  first   -ere  felt   throughoutl^,   H..ul...K.nn, director of the    press
the northwest frontier provinces, Kas-,DUIVau  of  llle  (ore'.g,,  Oftio<_.   was  to-
ii_!r and  Punja'o. Qay   acquitted  Ot  charges   of  perjury
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
water steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBKRT,  Mgr.
++++++++++++++++++++++++44
contain-
Dlst
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice,
""'ct of ooast Range One,
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
WESTERN   DEBENTURES
bought against him  by  Pof.  Schmitz
Schmitz was made to pay all the costs \ <
SELL WELL ABOVE PAR Q. ^ .|a,_    R appears from ^ ,esli
niony that he was  responsible for a
f Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
,-,'*ke notloe tbat James \Natson. ot
'jn'ouver, B. C��� occupation, fanner,
'��� endsi to apply for permission to pur-
����e the following described lands:
'on.menclng at a post planted on
ii-,", T?<'"hea-"t   shore of    Owl  island.
J -t'-d June 6th   1909.     Applying tor
' hole Island, containing 160 acres
'���lore or less.
JAMBS WATSOfl,
Per  8.  H. FORD. AgeaL
���Tune 6th, 1909.
I _;cd
[Form No. 8.J
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District ot Coast Rang,, one.
�������� ao-.lce that Ber_��ta Anderson. ,
NEW   WESfMINSTEfl
Telephone 13.
B.   C.
Crystal Theater j
;    Saskatoon.  July  12���It  will  be  .- m   of   persectutions   against   Dr.,
commended  to th.   city  council ^ed- iHammanu cnd ^ wife
.nesday evening that  the offer of the, r	
jWood Gundy Company  for  the  issue,
of    debentures    be   accepted.        The: Russian  Infantry  Moving
offer made is $103.67 for one block of
Office   EiQl*h st- '$191,517 five per cent, interest-beating j    St.    Petersburg.    July    12.���A  des-1
^^_______��� bonds. | patch received here from Baku Trans-'
ICediota.  Hat, July   12.���J.  AddiKin itaucasia, i^iys that two steamers w.th
Reid & Co.,  Regina, have purchased j Russian  infantry    aboard    sailed on
50,000 new    school    debentures  for .Sunday for Enzlln, a Persian seaport
: $51,100. 'on the Caspian.     It is rumored that
������ ;a supporting column ia being concen-
Urated at Julfa, a suburb of Ispahau.
ANIMATED PICTURES AND ILLUSTRATED   SONGS   OF   THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
5^^avCA^Q'n_lDAY?N��S' ���'�������*. W��������P ot Bayonne. who was
^_?NM8aDTlXe_   EACH  DAV   2130. cited to appear before the correctional
CIAL     SSATINtt  _��5��f__ ��I__L     ..����       >nm,ri    tnw.    nM\_/a,,,n_,|i,.    Irujrwl-Cfll     -I-
BISHOP IS FINED
FOR  PUBLISHING BAN
Bayonne.    France,    July    12-���Mgr.
s-ws-ning'PERFORMANCE 7:30     court  for pronouncing lpso-facto ex-
EVENING  PSR^"""^,,,,    1fle icommunication      against      municipal
,court_, charitable and other assocla-
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
(Successor to C. Hamber)
 i tions Which in any wny indorsed the ,COLLECTIONS   AND   STOREKEEP-
I   M   P--MPTON   Manager acquisition of property formerly held IMS'    BOOKS   OF    ACCOUNTS   A
I.  M.  CUmriUr*.  W��n-8      -soqui   church. wsTyestt^iay cinvlct- SPECIALTY.     AGENTS   FOR   THE
.mmmk,  ��. ��h_ mi-llc\*+ by default and ���entenced to PV
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to ths fionm i   ^j^ ^~*     ^ �������� ^^ ^^
through the columns of THE PAiuv Mt p^^^j    tetter trQm    fbt) pulpit
NEWS.   Ths Morning Paps . went sentenced to a fine ot $5.
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, HunM? Block.
P. 0. Box 795.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
; Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.      REMEMBER, WE CARRY THE  BEST MAKES OF  WATCH   MOVEMENTS-
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND HAMILTON WATCHES-
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TUESDAY,  JULY   13,  1909.
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UNSPORTSMANLIKE    TACTICS.
It Is passing utrange 'hat our Vancouv.*'. friends cannot piny the part
or sportsmen in a manly and proper
manner Tbey are constantly whin-
and whimpering alum., the defeat i
In mid asserting that 'bey
uiv the result of unjust treatment
No matter whether It be yachting] or
lacrosse, or aseball, the cry of "we
have, been betrayed" goes up jusi the
same Then tbe sporting editors of
the Vancouver papers take up the cry
ami lei lar.- ihat all manner of un
fairness and Injustice bus been meted
out to them. There are glaring examples nf this craven spirit In Sunday s News-Advertiser and In last
night's I" >vlnce, Herein a whole
series of misfortunes are laid al the
door of the Westminster boys In
Saturday's game. They assert that
il wns J lucky win tor Westminst. r,
Hi/it the refereelng was unfair, that
checks handed outvwere quite uncalled tor, and so on Any one who
was present at Queen's park on Saturday will know how utterly beside
lhe mark these assertions are. Our
boys won by the superiority of play,
just &_ they have won against all
comers the season through, and not
by luck; there was no unfairness
in" the action of Judge of Play'LyiiclT'
and tbe checks were handed out for
proper penalties. Such unfairness
and unsportsmanlike behavior as
there was, was on the part of tlie
VaBconm- officials, who made them-
fMves worse than ridiculous by their
action.
The roal reason for all this is probably that tlie Vancouver lacrosse
team U out to make dollars and that
these constant defeats are not at all
helpful toward swelling the gate receipts. Tbe chief of the Vancouver
lacros-.* organization is descending to
unsportsmanlike methods to try and
Woobhe the disappointed ones. It
would  seem    too,  judging    from the
to the surveyor-general.     uv
, however, that uiuj.'i' the pro- j
Visions  oi   the  Municipal   Clauses  iic,
uie appeal  is  to the Ueutunani-Uov-
_rnOr    in  Council.      Wulcu��ver    ihe I
right course  may  be, we assume that
the   landowners   bave   ...ad.-   me   ap-j
peal,   but   so   far  no  intelligence  haa
btvu  reel, nl  as  to  the  ruling.
'i he action oi the tJurnnu) Counc 1
in. we believe, rather a ne.. depar in ,
and ii is In ibis respect that ti pos-
s patricular Interest, We regard the position nn.. a up u.- the
Council as oiu- in every \\,i.\ proper,
just and politic. li I* plain thai it
i- not for the well-being o. a camiinu-
niiy that In a district like _urnai_y,
which is largely ruiui, dwellings
should be crowded togetiier on small
lots. The proposal put forward by
these speculators is one that will
create a position altogether opposed
io the basic principles of modern by-
glen-, lt is in fact mi altogether
retrogressive movement. Any uction
therefore that will prevent these peo-
pl... for their own num. Imposing u
a community a state of things thai
is inimical to public health 1_ deserving of praise, lt is to be hoped thai
the authority to whom the appeal has
been made will recognize that the
Council bas the best p. sslble knowledge of ilio circumstances and requirements of its own particular d �����
iriii. and regarding tii.'ir decision as
a wise one will confirm this,
It is worthy of note that the course
pursued by 'ii_. Burnaby Council is ill
marked contrast to the position taken
ui) by the Provincial Government with
respect to the subdivision of tlie
Prince Rupert townsite. There the
lots have frontages of only 25 feet,
wiih depths of 120 feet. Such a
small pleue of land is practically useless for any one to build a bouse
upon, and even for a shop site this
frontage is ridiculously limited. It
really means that in most cases intending builders must buy two of
these lot's.
In the laying out of the Prince Rupert townsite the Provincial Government seems to have deliberately cas'
aside the fine opportunity afforded
them of setting a good example ln the
way of urban development under
modern conditions. in a matter of
this kind a government is rightly expected to display some wisdom, some
regard for tbe future, and to err a
little on the Side of generosity rather
than otherwise in the apportionment
of a new townsite. Instead of doing
this, however, the authorities at Victoria appear to have gone to work
just exactly in the same way that we
should expect _ selfish dollar-Seeking
body of speculators to do, with the
added injustice of reducing the customary    frontage    limit    to  26  feet.
"GET   THE   HABIT'
Baseball Bats
SPECIAL   TODAY
30c
EACH
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell tor the same
A   FEW   BARGAINS
Two  lots on   Eighth  street between Third and Fourth avenues;  $800 00 and  *"0.00.       Easy  terms
A   full   Sized   lot   on   the  corn.r of Seventh ave. and Sixth st. for $6o0.00 cash-      This is a beau.iful lot.
A few  lots on  Fifth avenue for $-150 each  on  easy  terms.
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.    Good location.     This is a  snap.
Properties  for sale  in  all  parts of the city.      See my list.
All   kinds   of   documents   drawn.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block, Columbia street.
PHONE  169,
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THE PLACE TO BUY
I Your Suit, Your Hat,  Your  Scarf,
Your Summer Apparel.
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Throughout the country the custom ls
to provide a 3i!-foot frontage as the
minimum for a city lot, but here we
have the Provincial Government pur-
posely setting this custom aside and,
in Its "policy of greed, reducing the
minimum to 25 feet. In plain words
It has imposed upon the people unhealthy and Inconvenient conditions
character  of   the  Vancouver  play  on  f0r (hp 8ake of making a  little extra
Saturday, that he is encouraging the money out of the new townsite. The
player, under his direction to adopt policy is a most mischievous one and
very   unsportsmanlike   tactics   toward j d(>sjrv"s to b* severely condemned.
the   Westminster   teafiji.    This  Bhould | 	
be one of the matter*, for the association to look into rather than tbe capa
bility of Fred. Lynca ���*�� a lacrosse
referee, and other matters about
which Mich wild and baseless statements bave been mude.
EVERY ARTICLE OF YOUR APPAREL WILL BE CORRECT IF YOU COME HERE FOR IT, AND THE PRICE WILL BE CORRECT.
TOO. THIS STORE HAS MADE A REPUTATION FOR THE HIGH CLASS OF ITS MERCHANDISE AND THE LOW SCALE OF ITS
PRICES.     MOST   MEN   WANT THE  BEST, BUT FEW CAN AFFORD IT WHEN THEY ARE OBLIGED   TO    GO   TO    THE    ORDINARY
HIGH-CLASS STORE WITH  ITS UNIVERSALLY  HIGH   PRICES.
High-Class, Not High-Priced.
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SAY YOU COME IN AND SEE US TOMORROW.
ACME CLOTHING
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
CO.
A  MISCHIEVOUS POLICY.
lt is a simple truth that most wonderful progress has been made In the
sister sciences of medicine and hygiene during the past fifty years. Today the effort for the strengthening
and prolonging of human life is general throughout the civilized world,
it is one of the primary principles of
modern hygiene that ample light and
air spaee should be provided in and
kabout tbe dwellings of humanity. In
tho older countries reformers are
striving with the difficult problem
that bas been created by ihe crowding tog.ther of habitations in populous centres and are endeavoring to
devise methods for counteracting the
evil. But ia the newer countries
this difficulty of overcrowding should
not exist, at any rate to any appreciable  extent.
It is at the present day universally
recognized that the health and well
being of the community is the first
and most important responsibility of
local administration. This being so
the action of tho Burnaby Municipal
Council in refusing to sanction plans
subdividing aaroage into small city I
lots, in their district. Is deserving of
-party commendation. The short '
tacts of the affair, which is causing a
good d*al of Interest throughout the I
province,  are that Ibe owners of the
it
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NATURE SHAPED I
SHOES
Barefoot
Joy
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Summer   Reading
All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipment
of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novels
There is nothing a child will^en-
joy more, during the summer
season, than a pair of our Bare-
Ui foot Sandals. Cool and easy on the feet, and lined
gjj with soft porous leather. Barefoot Sandals for chil-
M dren grow more popular every summer. We are
jK! showing several of the best styles in most all sizes.
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CHILDREN'S (sizes 3 to 71-2), pair $1.00
GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 10 1-2), 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
New Copyright  Fiction $1-25 and $1.50
Popular   Copyrights,   Cloth-bound 75
Popular Copyrights,  Paperbound 35c
English  6d.  Novels 20c, 3 fop 50c
Seaside   Library 15c, 2 for 25c
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealer-
successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ��
V,,.,    :..���:������,, ���l;lll,..,.,. , .81 These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut $3
:::IX ZZl^^M shoes for children, and will last all summer.   Secure 8.
T^:zTL&^zzr:<M a Pair todaywhile theylast-
thei,- property into lots with  :.;. feet   jXl ������������������^^���������^___������.
frontages  and    depths    of    130   feet.   __\
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST  ARRIVED.
For  Wheat,   Barley,  Oats,  Chop,,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran.   Shorts,   H��y.
etc., ask us.      We wlll see that  you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA STREET. p. O. Draw*.   100.
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Quite rightly and properly, w_ consider, th,. Council refused to sanction
the plans, upon the grounds that the
land is situated in a rural district
'lii.t sue!', a subdivision would be Inimical to the well-being of the community, and that the creation of such
email lots mlghl serw to retard the
development of the municipality.
Naturally the applicants, who held
the property for speculative -purposes,
wer.. highly displeased with the decision of the Council and. upon the
ground that tbelr consent to the pirns
bad br-en unreasonably withheld, finally notified Die Council that th^y intend,, d to submit the plans over their
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SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
STON. Big Shoe House. Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
ratacs
L. HAV/EIS
Roya! Studio
NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWB
fAUE KIVB.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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���*** STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M..  EXCEPT   SATURDAY.
JULY SALE OF
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amper s
Blankets
THE CAMPING AND FISHING SEASON WILL BE IN FULL SWING ALMOST IMMEDIATELY,
AND MANY WILL BE GETTING THEIR SUPPLIES TOGETHER THIS WEEK, AND IF IT IS BLANKETS YOU NEED, PAY A VISIT TO THIS STORE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG BLANKET SPECIAL. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON BLANKETS RIGHT NOW, HAVING MADE AN
EXTRA LARGE PURCHASE OF ONE LINE���75 PAIRS IN ALL���AND WE EXPECT THEM TO GO
OUT WITH A RUSH. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE. BUT GET BUSY AT ONCE, OR
YOU  MAY  BE   DISAPPOINTED.      SPECIAL JULY  SALE PRICE, PER  PAIR,
$2.50
WASH   WAISTS,
50c  EACH.
ln white and colors, broken lines,
nnd slightly soiled wash waists, values lo $1.26, for, each 50c
An opportune time to secure a nice,
siviv Bathing Suit, dark colors,
trimmed with white, alpaca collar,
and soutache    braid,    all sizes from
$3 50.
$1.25 CHILDREN'S
WASH BONNETS, 35c.
A very low price!      But we Intend
to clear every    one  of    these   fancy
'"line's,  shirring  aud  embroidery trimmed, in numerous styles, nnd
Regular  values   to   $1.25
fur 35c
ART  DEPARTMENT
See tb... selection of Cushion Covers
and Cushion Tops, a new stock of
these just to band in linen, canvas,
etc. Floral or Oriental designs In all
colorings 35c to 75c
Cushion Cords to match all covers
md  tops 35c,  60c  and $1.00
NEW   EMBROIDERED  COLLARS,
25c  EACH.
Fresh arrivals in our fancy department, Ladles' deep turn down embroidered collars In all sizes, a choice
assortment at 25c
BATHING  SUIT  LUSTRES
in dark stripes and plain colors, 86
to lii Inches wide, 25c, 35c, 40c and
50c per yard.
75c SILK FOR 25c.
Only ten colors left of this extra
sjieclal offer, we want to clear the lot
If possible. The quantity sold last
week speaks well for tlie value of this
snap.     Regular 75c, for, per yard. 25c
$1.50 ROMPERS.
FOR 75c-
A choice assortment of children's
rompers and beach suits, various colorings, braid trimmed, sizes from one
to ten years. Regular values to $1.50
for 75c
LADIES'  VESTS,
2  FOR   25c.
Social offer of undervests. white,
ribbed or plain; a regular 20c Une, 250
of these to go at 2 for 25c
SPECIAL IN
LADIES'   SAILORS
Vnusttal offer of straw sailors In
black and white, all our stock of these
goods worth from 75c to $1.25 to be
sold at one price, a bargain price, too.
Vour choice, each 50c
Cushion Tops, souvenirs of New
Westminster, ln a splendid variety of
designs iuhI colors, from 75c
A wide range of Tapestry Cushion
Tops, full sizes, serviceable colors,
and neat patterns, from 65c
T. M. S
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Cn yNews! FUR NIT LIRE
tiling f��r tb ��� garden at Tidy's j
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l' Rel vwiiii is leaving today on
a b v ". ��� kv trip to hig borne al Wai
iv    :.  Ontario.
SS Ti uisfer leaves every week day
|'.v   ; ��� Saturday at ii p.m. for Ladner,
Vv Island and  way  points. Sat-
nub.     al 2 p.m.; returning same day.
s        :.. liisement In this it-sue **
The first cases of this season's
cai.i. sockeye were pui up yesterday      the Glencoe Canning Company
oi .v. ...  \\ ,��� itmlnster.
For first-class cut Bowers and anj
kin ; of Floral work, telephone Davie
On .... , K208, ** (
Five hundred feed of Dunlop bose,
whii: arrived tor the use oi the lire
de] .. in recently was tested v s-
iv        and  found satisfactory.
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.
i monthly meeting of ihe Board
of 'I : uli. will be held on Thursday. A
num ier of Important matter, oonie up
for attention.
irrlved,   a   carload  of    Kobln
Hoi I Flour.    Full assortment of sizes,
'll.  Hi, 98, now in stock.      Hale Bros.
;_ Co., i.td.
The Chinese who were arrested for
playing tan tan on Saturday failed to
appi ... at the city police court yesterday anil forfeited "heir La.I ui ..in
each.
The S.S Transfer leaves Brackman-
Ker wharf    every    day    for Ladner,
Steveston and way points.     See new
schedule. **
St. Andrew's choir picnic has been
postpond to July 24. It will probably
be held to Pitt .Meadows or Boundary
' Bay, the exact place not having been
| decided  yet.
I hai    light, delicious,    wnoiesome
bread you so much   enjoyed  at  your
trieud's uous^ was made  with Kobln
Hood Flour. �����
Mrs. George Adams has returned
from a seven weeks trip In ih ? Okanagan Valley. She has spent a pleasant time at Pentlcton, Veruon, Kelowna, aud other towns in the valley.
Todd's great clearance saie of
pianos will shortly close. Jump In
now and secure a bargain. **
i| Mr. F. Shute, the newly appointed
manager of the Royal Bank, has taken the house formerly owned by C. L
Lewls on Agnes street, and with hi-
' wife and sister will take occupation
today.
Shoe repairing done neatly and
quickly at A, Mauheson.'s 666 Columbia street, by J. Ashman. **
��� The Schumann club will hold its
lannuaj picnic at Queens park today,
gathering at the park at 11 a.m. Any
members of the club who may not
I have received their notifications atv
j requested to take this as an invitation.
Mrs. D. L. Streight of Toronto ls at
present stopping at the home of her
son, Harvey Streight, of this city.
Mrs. Streight arrived in the city some
Mdays ago, accompanied by ber daughter Miss Olga Streight. Miss Streight
'was expected to arrive ln the city
'from Dawson yesterday to complete
the family reunion.
If    you    are    troubled  with    headaches or other eye    defects call    on
Dr.  Hatherly,  he  makes  a  specialty
of fitting difficult cases wiih glasses,
.being  an   optician.       He  also  has   a
diploma for Doctor of Ophthalmology,
having taken a three years' course at
la   college    of    ophthalmology, some
I years   ago,   and  ls   well   able   to   tell
lyou if medicine or glasses nre needed
when you consult him.     Optical parlors established here June, 1902. Take
not of address, 38  Sixth street, Murchie block, New Westminster. **
fOR   SALE
A   SNAP   TOR   THE   RIGHT   PARTY
The   Old-Established   Business  of
THE STAR CANDY STORE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Lunch Rooms, Ice Cream Parlors, Soda Fountain, Candy
Kitchen and every utensil for  manufacturing  sweets,
To Be Sold at Once.
Apply to MRS. AYLING, Star Candy Store, Columbia St.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COFFEES.  OUR 40c COFFEE (FRE8H
GROUND) IS A WINNER.
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ADAMS & DEANS Groceries and Crockery ware
TELEPHONE 97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
T.ever Brothers, Toronto, win send ynu
free a cake of their famous Plan tel
toilet   soap, if   you mention  this  paper.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Lime Juice
25c Bottle;  $1.50 Gallon
Lemonade
25c Tin.
Cattle Wash
$1.00 gallon.
Moth Bags
Moth Camphor
Imperial Disinfect-
.  The cheapest and best
ant for all purposes.
Bathing Caps
Water Wings
Spectacles
50c and up.
CURTIS'
DRUG   SIORf:
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast   become   recognized   as   one   of  the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves  against  the  serious  losses
which they have had to suffer In ihe    past.      I   represent the    only
strong,  reliable  Canadian   company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handl.. any   nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the   greatest    satisfaction,    and   every
legitimate loss which   has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started  business,  ha   been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o   two, and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminster,   June   23,   1909.
A. W McT.eod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 in
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. CIBSON.
You may be the next to lose seme  valuable  stock,   enquire  for  particulars.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.        \\^_\ PHONE 61
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 13.
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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.|jC
Electric   Chilliwack  Line and  V.  V.   and  E.  Cloverdale to  Sumas Railway.
TEACHERS DEPRECATE
DANIitiiOUS SPORTS
Mail Service
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned und endorsed "Tenders for
Tost Ollice and Customs Fittings at
Ladysmith, B. C-, Public Building,'
will he received until 4::;u p.m. on
Monday, June 21, 1909, tor the worn
mentioned. Tinders will not be considered unless made upon and In accordant- with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'by Department.
Plans and specifications may be
seen on application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Ladysmith, B. c, and at the Department
of Public Works,  Ottawa.
By  order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa.  May  27,  1909.
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given ln
each case being the Hour Ol closing,
which is half an hour, a.s a rule, be-
fore the actual despatch, Ail mails,
unless otherwise stated, h_- despatched and received dally exc.pt Sunday.
The only mails dispatched aud received Sunday are the G. ... R. South
and C, P. R. vast mails, not Including
the way mails, Sapperton, FraBer
Mills and Coquitlam.
Orange Colors Everywhere
For Annual Celebration
(Continued from Page One..)
Mails Despatched.
uvemrs
OF
THE   CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER    AND
JEWELRY   NOVELTIES.   SUMMER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
political affairs, but would any lair-
minded Roman Catholic wish to return to the days of the sixteenth and
seventcvnl.li century? (No!). In
France last year 10UO Roman Catholic priests had become Protestant,
bringing their congregations with
tiheni   (Applause).
Stood for Temperance.
The Orange order,  Mr,  Madlll  said
,.,,,   . !:1   ,..,,.,..,   ,, ,.,. ,..,���.,.������ tt.stpod tor temperance and Orangemen
the  previous  nlghi)-Vancouver    Via ,thJoni*out thf world were noted as
G   N   R   Owl Industrious,    hard-working,    God-lour
;   'is'a.m.'-Vancou ver and Victoria via ��8 People.      When there was a pie-
B   C   Electric railway blsclte on  prohibition all  the  Proies-
! Finn C. P. R. east taking all points ^ provinces of Canada voted In
east including Langley and district, j favor, .xc-pt Catholic Quebec can-
The mail for Abboasiord and dls- vu��s��d by the priests. ibis showed
Met, Clayburn and district, Hunting- ^��y wt'''e '"le(1 by Quebec
don and district, and Matsqui are des- Th*>' were ��fe times led to ques-
i patched by way of Vancouver. ltio�� wll�� was victorious at the battle
near Quebec, Wolfe or Montcalm���
we Or the French? Who wer.-. dictating the policy of the country, why
....     1..   .   vi,.    1  ,      ...,iiwa-s    it  necessary    to build a  house
elmere, on  Tuesdays,   Ihursdays. and    ,        ... ,, ,,,,-,
_.. ._.." ' ' '  ' [close  to the parliament  buildings for
the apostolic delegate?
Follow the Great Leader.
The   speaker   referred   next   to   the
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Halls Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz-
Saturdays,
1    All Surrey mails ure received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere and Fernridge, which arrive on
tin-   Port  Gulchon   train ou  Tuesdays imissionary  efforts  of  the  Orange or-
Thursdays  and  Saturdays. ,du r, and the inceased assistance giv-
11:00 a.m.-Vancouver, Victoria and \ea  lo  missions by  the grand  lodges,
Centra] Park, via B. C. Electric lUOl-lS?,'i2?nclS?oa����7 ,a" U,'��..   ��_���f.'".
w..n , William   the   Thud  and    the   Bill  of
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry    Hill. Tip- 'Rights of 1688, und urged the import
Rugby  Football  as Played  in America
Nol Regarded as the Game For
Young Boys.
Denver, July 12.���Football, Marathon running and such sports as tend
to disable the American youth recelv-
led a rough Jolt lu ih.. department of
physical culture In the National __du
cation Association today.
' The place of phys.ca] education in
the ti'-ld of hygiene was the subject
of William F. Slocum, president ol
Colorado College, Colorado Spring-,
Colo, ira F.i', depuiy superintendent
of schools of Wyoming, made the principal attack on what he termed tin
"rough" siiorts. He admitted that
there was aa element 0. v rtuo In
football, inn in the mil II was Car
100  rough.
"Football lu the secondary schools
Is played by boys from IGtol. years
of agi���boys  who have  not yet  attained full a;4e and development,   Tiv
game in itsidf Is exciting and abounds
Iln opportunities for good team work.
In many ways a great mental acumen
can be developed by the training that
is giv.'ii  by this game,    llm   I  believe
i thnt the benefit derived is more than
counterbalanced by  the lisk Of physical injury, and this Is almost unanimous verdict of physicians with whom
I have talked concerning this branch
of athletics.
���The long -distance runs I unqualifiedly condemn for boys of high
school age. The long and gruelling
conteBt is a painful inx ou the heart
and lungs ad cases have Beveral times
!couie under my own oibsevatlon where
boys competing in the distance runs
have as a result become incurably afflicted with heart  trouble."
Fee advocated a system of athletics
which will place weak and s'rong
boys alike In training, thus making ii
.impossible to forget the weaklings for
the sturdy youths. Basketball aud
handball he regarded a.s the Idea)
sports.
Wm. S. Sutton, of the University of
Texas, led the discussion and he start
eil   the   ball   rolling   by   urging    that,
what h- termed the "evil sports' be
'placed  under the  ban of the association.    In  Iho discussion  that followed
it became evident that the trend is tor
a form of athletics which will enable
the weaker boys to participate In ex-
jercises  which  are  now dominated  by
their far more muscular brothers
AT THE HOTELS.
by
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A��� and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let- |ola
ters of Credit Issued, avallabl
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
_r*tn'   A. sets over $168,000,000.00.
..IE'.     WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
p.m
berland   and   South   Westminster
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, Iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
;2:30  except   Saturday)���Ladner,   Port
I Gulchon,  Westbam    Island  and  Sun-
I bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
1 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
|".T. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mail des-1
1 patched and received via Vancouver.) |
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    fiper |
i Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3   p.m.���Cloverdale,   Nicomekl,   and I
iPort Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday, I
i.Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne-
|head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
S. points east and south, via (>. N. R.
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C P. R.. east, _ ra-
eer Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spences' Bridge, Meant! district, and all points wast
with lexcept Kootenays.
Mails  Received.
6:15 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. ixiints, via G. N, K.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver aud Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
B:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
b)  courier  1 Tuesday and Friday).
11:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via r,   S. R.
I    10:00   to   11:00  a.m.���Ladner,  ^ort.
_ Gulchon, Westham Island ami (Tuesday,  Thursdaj   and  Saturday)   Wood
I wai 1. via steamer J. C, Bruce.   Sieve
ton   lespatched and received via Vancouver.) j
8:10 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train) 1
Bapperton,   Eraser   Mills   and   Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL .
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers Sl Preston
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
ance of the man and his work. "Follow our l.ader," he Said, "and we
sfiall have such a Protestantism in
this country as will enable us to say
to the man, whether he be Grit or
Tory, who wants to interfere With our
religious and civil liberty, that he
must step down and out if lie does
so."
The Sports.
At the conclusion of the speeches
the large crowd scattered over the
park to amuse themselves as they
pleased. The feature of attraction
was the athletic sports held on the.
oval. A large number took part in
these and the contests in every one
was keen and provided plenty of interest for the large number 01 onlookers. Owing to the late hour at which
they were started only about half of
the events Were pulled off. The
program committee will hold a mee;-
ing shortly when it will be decided
whether the balance of thi. program
will be completed at a later date.
The Fat Men's Race.
The fat men's race, the barrel race,
and ladies' iiuil-dr.ving contest were
the most Interesting features of tiie
athletic sports- Mr. McDiarmid won
out In the fat men's race and carried
home a box of cigars as a result oi
his victory. The barrel race was
run off in relays owing to the large
number of entries. As is usual In
this race the barrels went anywhere
but the place for which they were
intended and several of the more in-
���teresti_:l spectators nearly came to
grief In this race. it was a good
humored crowd, however, and everything was taken in very good part. A
large number of ladies competed in
the null-driving contest and the fre-
quwit misses caused much merriment.
Mrs. Thomas won out and received
a handsome silver jewel box as a
prize, while Mrs, Lee, who won second prize, received a Bllv-r lish spoon.
The Winners.
The following were the prize winners In the nine events completed
during the afternoon.
Boys race, 18 and under, 100 yds.���
1,  W.  .1.  Dawe, football;  t, VV.  Walm-
Russeli   Hotel.
C. Pattee,  Vancouver.
j. Henderson. Vancouver,
.1. Biiins, Vancouver.
R. Uallvrt, Vancouvei.
. H. PettlgrBo, Vancouver.
Campbell, Vancouver,
. M. Morrison, Vancouver,
D. Johnson,   Vancouvei.
RObetrson,   Vancouver.
Simpson,  Vancouvei-.
V. Davison, Vancouver,
A. Henderson, Chilliwack.
T. BrewlU, Vancouver,
r. and Mrs. Jackson, Nelson, B.C
Windsor Hotel.
James   Kemp,  Blaine.
Mrs. C, Vreall, Blaine.
J. a. Ker. Vancouver.
H   Reynolds.  Vancouver.
Mrs. Reynolds. Vancouver.
W.   D.  Mays,  Portland-
B.  Anderson,  Vancouver.
W. Cole, Elgin.
S. Smith, Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Braden, Vancouver.
W. L Ziedwied, Spokane.
Mrs.  Mary D.  Ziedwied,  Seattle.
Threatened With Death.
Seattle, Wash., July 12.���Mrs. C. R.
Hlllman, wife of the millionaire real
estate man, today turned over to the
police a letter received by her lasi
Sunday, In which unknown blackmailers demanded $2,000, and in ca��e this
was not forthcoming she and her
children would be killed, or the children would be taken from her. The
letter stated that another would follow the first one, telling Mrs. Hlllman  where  to deposit  the money.
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier, [sley, knife.
2:.'10 p.m.���Burquitlam, by cornier. Men's   race,   Orangemen   only    100
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, 111-!yards���1, W. J. Duvis, tie pin; _, H.
eluding all U. S. points. iRowley, tie pin.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and! Girls' race, 14 years and under 60
closed mall from Sumas, and Seattle, I yards.���1. N. Salt, bottle of perfume;
Including IT.  S.  A.   matter,  and  also 2, L. Cavil, box of chocolates
Epidemic of Cattle Disease.
Lake Charles .La., July 12.���Advices
received here today from Camoton
parish indicate that the epidemic of
charbon which has prevailed in that
section for several weeks is spreading
1
When this mark is 0ll
the outside of a paj]J|
can, be sure thai what1,
inside  is the   paint it
will pay you b< sl topJ
inside or outside of any
building.    It's yaj
warranty of real  paint value-because  ii  nieansl
paint permanence.   Trust lt-you're surely safe,
'      ����������     TO     GALLON ������>
prom   nttt
Mu.li-   in   40   shades   for   every   palm   11 s_
erlnl  Varnish *�� Color Co.. Torouu,
IN     TINS
Ha
by Imp"
(5>
ANDERSON & LUSBY
fgents fr New Westminster and Dltti
Ihe Oxford Chancellor Rang.
Everyone buying a range "hould get one tbat wil] give
faction in cooking and baking, is economical In 'he use of tu. I
to work over In the bote w atlier. H.m also easy to operate
If you wish to be satisfied In the-oreapects  you    will    bu.
range   atfer   you   bave   inspected   It.    Th.   prices also of tti.  .
much   lower   than   those   of   other    make-.      Call    in     an.I
stock.
'���' -ill
mi
��� tea.
' tin
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v ��� ftr
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limit!
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I   Lime Juice
.       25c a Bottle
I AT
I Ryall's Drug Storej
X EYES TESTED FREE.
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Easterbrook Milling Company,  J
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL    *7.25  per   Bbl-
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR -M-50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANT..
McQuarrie & Co.
M      FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 331. 1 J
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widely in cattle and other live stock.
Hundreds of range carcases Hy un-
burled In the marshes, it has been
proposed to adjourn the present session of the court at the parish seat
of Camoton In order that everyone may
take a band ln suppressing the epidemic.
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CANADIAN 111(1
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FROM VANCOUVER
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Ree. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BR08.'
GASOLINE  ENGINES.
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BROS.TWO
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GASOLINE
ENGINES
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WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
rent- Street,   ���   New Westminster
To Seattle��� Daily at  11
ond 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To  Victoria���Daily  at   10 an �����_
1 p.m.
To  Alaska���Every   Baturdaj al
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Even
ut  11  p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Ialai
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Con
day and Thursday at t p.m.;
at 8 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2 p.m.
FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper Eraser river to CbllllWB
and way points���Steam. 1 IW''
leaves Westminster at !> a m on M*
day. Wednesday and Friday; nw*
lug leaves Chilliwack at i ���'������"> *'
Tuesday, Thursday and SoturdW-j
For further particular* cull it*
dress
ED. GOULET, Ai sl
New WelBI   InsWf
Or
C.  D.  Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agi nt,   ���
Vancou w     H ���*
Fraser Mills.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
��.
Silver   Watches,   gents'   open   face
90.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
97.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
r atches.
Watch' repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn, Jeers from  Ceo. Adams, Grocer
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you intend to travel or send-
in? for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress of  Britain    July 16
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Three-legged race, 7_ yards.���1,
Heal and Dawe, gold cuff links; 2, A-
McRae and M. Mundy, plated cuff
links.
Fat men's race, 75 yards���1. A. Mc-
Dalrmld,   box   of  cigars.
Running broad jump.���1, A. Brisbane, order for goods; 2, H. Gibson,
order for goods.
Standing broad Jump���1, k. Mo-
Keen, cigar oase; 2, S. Gibson, order
for goods.
Barrel race, 100 yards.���1, A.
Bentley, cigar case; 2, M. Craig, order for goods.
Nail-driving contest, open to ladles
only.���1, Mt_. Thompson, jewel box;
2, Mrs. Lee, silver flsh spoon.
Henry Bennett and W. F. Johnston
acted aa starters of the sports, and
had a busy afternoon. The otber
members of th�� sports committee who
assisted were N.ll T. McDonald, John
J. Hood, Nell J. Matheson, SA. Dally,
and Geo. PC Matthia-.
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.   BURINS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVES, Local Manager. COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE  1"1 TUE5DAY, JULV  13, 1'W-
THE  DAILY  _TEWH.
PAGE  SEV-.-N.
^mmtrntm* .'.'. | ENDEBBY CONVULSED       I
tlectric Railway Service \       ey big sensation
L
Interurban  Line.
.. lUVer and way
���i i run every half
.,  5:60 a. in.   Last
,. . .,i  ll   p. in-
.... Vancouver al
City Line: Cars leave tram
ollice on the hour, twenty niiu-
Uti i art.er, and forty minutes
after, commencing at C:20 a, m
Jewelry   store    m   Country   Town
Burned   Under   Suspicious   Cir-
cumstances.
Sapperton   Line:    Cars   leave
at  ten  minutes alter the hour,
I
I
I
.;���,   flepot   every
for both Sap-
;:. limits over the
commencing  at   6:30 J
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the   hour
a. in.
Sunday service half-bunny be.
tween 8: HO a. m. and 11. p. m.
12.���Early   lasi   l-viv
- the jaw-in  nv,   ai  En-
D.ik -    was
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Itl ���
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:
half past and fifty minutes after �� ^.  ,
tl' tt>i   '   ��� .    ���.   A.   ,
burm ;
. Mr. I in Armstrong al the
i   : tanl   i'; mil   _ i
���i   ��� .-ii a. ting as a tra
���        v    for    lilin.    was   BUp-
i'" ������'  i< .I'lirui     The Btock
��� , a .'.imn time ago foi
a   v.,rn i,   W;is  Bel  on  the
othlng in ght li- taken
���   ue,    in    the   early
morning the watchei*
'��� a in.in approach the scene ol th
.,. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and D.atcrs in AU Kina" ot
lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
D
oor_,
FARMERS ATTENTION!
jm
ber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It is to purchase tlie poorer kind. We can i_int to
buildings bulU with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
tbat need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
favelers' Cheques!
hvel. s save mo-.y using these I
lelers' Cheques, because ��hey
1 rxictly what their funds are !
lb   in  any   country,  each   cheque !
ng engraved clearly on the face ;
*alu_ in Domestic and Foreign
fcys
fis is tlie  safest,  most  available,
convenient and most economical
ner to cdrry money when travel-
Further particulars upon appH-
Royal Bank of Canada
h" Westminster, Et. C, Branch.
F. Shute.   Manager,
"ING    LAMB.    CHOICE     MEATS
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THE
*al Meat Market
[���>������ E1.-UI St. ana   Fifth Avenae
PHONE   J7_
IOWELL 4 OODr, Proon.te.r-
NOTICE.
fotlce y hereby given that Uh.
I', Ktver Lumlber Company, Llm-
���h   navlng   applied   to  His   Excel-
,, ; 'v-rnor-Qeneral in Council
the approval of a certain sita tor
^.ruction 0f certain booms
"eoming grounds' in the P1U
;n the District of New West-
"''nee of  British Colum-
I'ruvl  _
'' di��poslt_d with the" Honora-
Minister of Public Works, at
Plahs of said booms and
-rounds, together with a de-
"r the site (hereof, and have
'���'ited a duplicate of each ln
' of the Registrar of Deeds
said District of New West-
111 which district said works
" '''��� to be constructed, in ac-
J-e wim the requirements of
u  |  af the "Navigable Waters
,���. "���"��� Act,' Chapter UB, ltevised
v,'i''; ,nf Ciinada, lOOfi.
,Vl��;  -'une 24, 190!).
^"ITESIDB  &  EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
'*��� ��'ver Lumber Co., Ltd.
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VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ud.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
Royal
Standard
AND   WHY   IT   IS  A   BETTER
FLOUR
Wo use selected wheat from
the best whoat producing re-"
gions of the Canadian West,
where the sunshine is long,
where the soil is rich, giving to
the wheat that quality of gluten
which makes the very finest
flour.      This  ls factor  No, 1,
Scientific milling which follows the wheat step by st.-p, selecting only the best and purest
portions of the wheat grain and
making it into the most perfect
Hour.      This  is  factor  No.  1!.
Care exercised In storage and
marketing so that there is no
possibility of deterioration from
the time the flour leaves our
hands until It touches you. This
Is factor No. 3.
Now Isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Stan
dard Flour? And besides, in
every 49-llb. sack there ls a
numbered coupon entitling you
to a chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each month.
n I  bis  movements ai once ��� x
isplclon     'i hey   k. pi   In    the
: ������'���   and finally saw him make a
hip pockel   Fearing
"ii seen, uud thai  he
olng '.i    ill a .ui. thi y coven d
���     'Unl nidi 1- ,| him to hold up hla
hands,    Upon  searching  him  I'm  his
'i   thi ���        cove ..I    ii.n   he  had  a
. locking filled with burm and batt ������ I
��� i | wi Irj which i, ap]
, m .i about to "plant" In the ruins.
The following day the aBhe were
carefully examined, and little or no
trace of ihe bio. !; could v dli covered
beyond a few clock springs and a tool
or two. Subsequently Constable Car-
iinm discovered the missing jewelry,
��� achi i away
POLISH IMMIGRANT
DANCES TO DEATH
Endeavors    to   Waltz    One    Hundred
Sets   and    Perishes    in   the
Attempt.
New York, July 12.���Personal effects
;of ignatz Dnickowitz, who actually
danced hlmw.-lf to death on the Hamburg American linfir Pennsylvania,
wer,. shipped today t0 relations in
Warsaw,  Poland.
Young Druckowltz, In company with
a party of Poles, embarked at Hamburg on the Pennsylvania. They w-.-re
on their way to a Polish settlement
in Oklahoma. Each night was spent
by the second cabin passengers, dancing to the strains of violins among
the. company.
Ignatz threw himself with zest into
the entertainment and danced with
every pretty girl In the cabin. To a
friend he confided his intention of
dancing a hundred _. ts K-fore the
ship entered New York harbor. Two
days from port the ninety-ninth set
was reeled dizzily off and the fiddlers
put their Instruments awav for the
night.
"Well, tomorrow ��'ll make good my
boast," cried Ignatz
The next morning he was found
dead ln his berth, The ship's physician Stated that an overworked heart
had failed.
SCHOOLMA'AMS LIVED
ON BICE AND BEANS
New York. July 12���The steamsht��
Carolina of the Pnr,o Rico line which
arrived today, brousht hom-- IM
Bchoolma'ams from the island. To
say they were .-'id to ge'. back does
not do justice fo tlie feelings of the
teachers, most of them from New
England, after their cxi-rience of ten
months in trying to raise thn scholarship of the native Porto Rlcans.
j    The  salaries of  school  teachers  In
iPorto Rico nre smaller than in ibe
States, and living expenses on the
island is high- There was some
trouble   over   the     appropriation   for
i their salaries, but the commissioner
���of education,  Dr.  E.  D.  Dexter,  man-
:aged to got through with what he had
left from a former appropriation. The
teachers had to scrimp, and In th-
country districts had to subsist like
the natives on rice and beans.
LIGHTNINC  FIRES
INDIANA  OIL  WELLS
Terre Haute, 1ml.. July 12.���'.lupin in of the Ohio Oil Company near
Martinsville, Ills., is threatened with
destruction by fire started by lightning, which struck one of the 36,000
gallon tanks. The Vanda'la railroad
company has sent a special train carrying fifty workmen from here to
Marysville. I<ate this afternoon the
fire  was    still   burning    and  a small
I army of men was engeged in banking
the adjacent tanks with earth so that
the burning oil on the ground could
not   get   to  them.      About  one-fourth
'of the oil from the burning tank has
jtoeen pumped off.
AMERICAN    PROFESSOR
TO STUDY CANADIAN FISH
Winnipeg, July 12.���Dr. David Starr
Jordan, the American member of the
international fish commisson, and
president of Leland Stanford University arrived here yesterday to study
the fisheries on Lake Winnipeg and
Lake of the Woods.
Campaign Against Disease.
San FranclsCo, July 12.���Major C
E. Woodruff, medical department
United States army, sailed today for
Manila on the transport Thomas to
undertake the direction of the Philippines and of the campaign against
contagious diseases which the government ls Inaugurating on a large scale
preparatory to the opening of the
Panama canal.
The Daily News
W t STM I NSTER'S     MORNING     PAPEl
PHONES:
L-22 Business  Office
R-22    Editorial   Rooms
We are after your
business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during the day
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
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
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
We print all the
news that's tit
to print. We report all the gossip worth while
Births, marriages,
deaths, school doings,
church notes, foreign
news, political intelligence, marine news,
business transfers,
civic matters, legal
cases, fraternal and
social news, etc. Can
you spare 10c a week,
or $1.00 every three
months? That's Jail
The Daily News costs.
Get your name on our
delivery list TODAY
���and get the paper
early in the morning
PHONES:
L-22 Business Office
r-22    Editorial  Rooms
WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
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THE  DAILT NEWS,
TUESDAY, JULY 13,
1909,
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SCYTHES.  SNATHS.  HAY-
RAKES,  SCYTHE  STONES.
HAY FORKS.
FEELING Kill., HIGH
OVER Lj.CI.__SE SITUATION
Local   Club   Meets   Tomorrow   to   Discuss Means of Bringing Vancouver to  Senses.
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE  HAVE A  SCYTHE "MADE
IN     SWEDEN,"     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND  TO  YOU.
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
t Anderson & Lusby ���
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Don't forget J, H. Todd's sale of
musical instruments continues all this
week. The store will be open every
'-���veiling. Those wanting musical
Instruments at great bargains do not
fai]  to attend this sale.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE   FINE.    TRY   THEM.     A
GOOD  STOCK  FOR  8ALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
MAKE YOUR AP. cAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW3.    The Morning Paper.
A Reliable  Clock
Is a necessity in every home. | have just received an assortment
of 8-day Parlor Clocks. These are bo��h useful and ornamental,
being" accurate timekeepers and In handsome cases. Prices from
$7.50 to $12.00.      Als0 the fo lowing:
8-day   Kitchen  Clocks  striking hour and half hour ...$4.50
8-ay Office Clocks from $5.00 to $25.00
Alarm   Clocks,   from   $125 to $3.00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
C_TT_
a meeting or the Ne . Westminster
Lacrosse club will be held tomorrow
evening at 9 o'clock,
The gathering promises ui he 11
warm om-. Peeling among tlie num
hers of the local organization i_ .1.
fever beat  over   'iv  particularly  1.1..
'ik-ais banded out bj the Vauqouvei
chin in thi- course 01 tii,.. p,,..| 1. ..
days, and 11 Is hoped ih.it Bonie means
maj iv found 01 bringing in,' man-
aj. 11.im   ol   Vie   Terminal   < 1 .    club
'10 Boiu-thlng approaching a sense ��'
Uie Qtness of tbi.iga ln general.
ini' trouble our tlu.. uu 1 i-.
nm Iln- only matter in Which in.- Van
Icouvei   club    has    irritated  the local I
llacrOBSe men, Tiial episode served
un ren as the culmination, mid 1.
brought matters to a head. Before
any more gamea are played betw. .i
ibe two teams It is probable that the
local executive will demand some sori
of assurance to the effect thai the
Vancouver management will band oui
ja  squarer  deal   than   th.-y   have   done
iln the past.
Would   Break  Agreement.
lt wus learned on Saturdaj tbat tne
Vancouver club lias no Intention ot
keeping the agreement entered into at
ihe beginning of the season 101 playing of the i_ab.ii- Daj game in this
city. The local club had until
last Saturday been under the Impression that the lacrosse match between
Vancouver and this city which w 11
be the big attraction of the labor
celebration, would be played here.
The agreement made earlier In tbe
year had been that either the game
should be played here or if played 111
Vancouver that New Westminster
should get half of the gate. On Sat-1
urday Psesldant Con Jones 01 the
Vancouver club calmly Informed
President Lynch that his club saw no
reason why this agreement should be
kept, and that he thought the game
should be played in Vancouver under
the same terms as an ordinary league
game.
. The fact that there had been an
agreement did not apparently enter
lino the calculations of the said Con,
and when that fact was called to his
attention  he  merely  pooh-poohed   It.
This latest stunt of Con Jones' has
not served to materially improve the
relations of the clubs.
No   Resignation  Y��t.
In the matter of the referees there
have been no new developments. F.
Lynch, secretary of the association,
announces that h_ has so far received
nothing In the shape of a resignation
from either Barr or Yorke. and lt
looks as If they both intended to hang
on to their jobs despite the talk
handed out by Con Jones to the News-
Advertiser.
In fact, It looks as If the Vancou
ver club expected that the New Westminster's tiff would blow over, and
that things would be allowed to go
on as uhey have donef since flic beginning of the seaBon. That they
will, seems improbable. The New
Westminster club and the public in
general are now thoroughly aroused,
and it looks as if it had come to
an alternative between a Squarer deal
from the Vancouver club 01 the breaking off of relations.
Touch  the  Pocket.
On  the streets   it   is  being pointed
out   that   the   easiest     way   to   bring
Vancouver to its senses would be to
[default a game.     The management of
the Vancouver club is now purely a
ifinancial   proposition  and  the  loss  of
a gate would be a serious ma iter to
, It. The local club would probably
j not take to such tacticH save as a last
resort-, but it is just as wel] for Con
1 Jones and his paid players to riinem-
!ber that New Westminster holds that
weapon.
As a result  of their enterprise  in
1 running    refreshment    parlors In  the
1 Woman's   Building  at  Queen's    park.
the  Red  Cross  Society  has  been  enabled to hand over ihe sum of fM  to
the  authorities  of  the  Roya]  Columbian    hospital.      The    sum   will   be
added   to  the     children's   ward   fund.
The society's refreshment rooms were
!wel|   patronized   throughout   the   day.
[and  the service given  was alj  that
'���11I1I be desired,
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young, Prop.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
INCORPORATED
1905.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to ibe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office up to the first dav of November,
1909. W.  A. DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
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Sapperton
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs,
THE LATE8T HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday aad Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. is.
Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
SUMME
Silk and Lisle Gloves, in all the popular lengths and
fashionable colors.   An array of Gloves for won  n
and children that gives great opportunity of choice,
See our special Glove Display today.
LADIES'  SHORT   LISLE  GLOVES
35c   PER   PAIR.
Pine English lisle gloves In nice
mercerized iinl.sk, shown in tan,
brown, grey, bluck and while. Per
pair 35c
LADIES' 16-INCH  LISLE GLOVES
60c  PER  PAIR.
On., of the most popular lengths of
summer wash gloves. Fine quality
shown In black, white, cream, tan,
brown, navy, green, Copenhagen, and
grey;  all sizes.      Per pair 60c.
LADIES' 20-INCH   LISLE  GLOVES,
85c PER PAIR.
Shown  In  black,    whl te,    tan and
brown;  all  sizes,  p,.r  pair    85c
LADIES' HEAVY SILK GLOVES,
$1.00 AND $1.25  PER  PAIR
Heavy silk glows with double Anger
tips; Iti and 20 inch b-ngths; shown
ln white, black, tan, brown, grey,
green, slate, champagne, cream, Co-
pengahvn and sky, all sizes. Per
pair $1.00 and $1.25
SPECIAL   REDUCTIONS
ON   LACE   MITS
Regular 50c values for 3uc -Ive
dozen odd sizes in white and black
silk mitts. The lot to clear at, per
pair .'.35c
TOURIST   RUCHINGS
Durable, washable, nev*. ruclnngs
in plain white and wh'tie; neck
lengths with colored edges. Just in.
Per box 15c and 45c
BILLIKEN
HAT PINS
The Season's most popular fad In
fancy hat pins- Shown In 8 ami 9
inch lengths in gold and gun metal,
only, each    25.  to 50c
"WATSON'S"
COTTON   KNIT COMBINATIONS
LadivS' fine cotton combinations in
knee lengUi trimmed with torchon
lace or In plain ankle length; all
sizes, 32 to 40 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 Bummer clothing. These
Serviceable dresses are made of best
English whii,. lawn neatly 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 ln the range of
siz>?s but an excellent choice is yet
to be had in the sizes left in stock.
Regular values $3.25 and $4.00. On
sale, each $2.75
A   CHOICE   SELECTION
OF  FANCY   LACES,
ALL   UNDERPRICED
Thirty pieoeg pf heavy gulpur.  lac
and Insertions, Oriental laces and In
���villous,   wide  Valenciennes laces In
odd  lengths and  various  widths.  Reg
ular   values   ,'!,",e   tu   BOC.        Tile   lot   to
clear, per yard   25c
TWO WORTHY  LINES  OF
BOYS'  HEAVY COTTON   HOSE,
25c  PER   PAIR
w,- handle two special lines of
boys' heavy cotton hose Ut this price.
One Is known as the "Peeil. ss," a
substantia] Canadian make, and tho
other la known as lhe "De.-i Hide, '
an American made bose. They are
the best lines we can procurec for
boys' use. They ar. fine ribbed,
heavy and fast color, bla<-K; all
sizes, 5 to lu Inches. your choice
of either make, per pair 25c
REMEMBER  THE  SNAP
IN  LADIES'  LISLE  HOSE.
50c PER  PAIR
Regular 6Uc to 7-i: IX'zens of
women have availed themselves or
this special hosiery offer, -bii pair
of tan, brown, bluck and white lisle
hosiery in plain colors with embroidered designs; also fancy lac. front
lisle; Sizes 8 1-2 to 10 inches. Tho
lot 10 clear, per pair 50c
LADIES'   WHITE   AND   BLACK
UNDERSKIRTS,
95c  EACH.
Fifty only, ladies' black sateen un
dersklrts, with 2 or 3 ruffle-; .black
moreen underskirt,*, and white cambric underskirts with embroidered
frill and underneath dust ruffle, or
nicely tucked hemstitched llounce.
sizes 38, 40, ami y:.    Special 10 clear
'���ach 95C
SA8H AND
COLLAR BUCKLE8,
The latest noveltivs in these up-to-
date belt and collar fasteners an. here
In a splendid collection. Many new
styles shown of souvenir Bllliken ami
tancy Moral designs.      Kaeh 25c to $1
KNITTED CORSET COVERS,
High,   tlght-flttlng,   Hghl weight   knit
ted corse, covers;  al]  sizes, .ach 35c
BOYS' AND  GIRLS'
TEDDY WAISTS
The (deal Skellton shoulder waists
to which are attached elastic hose
Supporters. Teddy waists relieve the
chiidivn of the uecesslt) of wearing a
heavy walsl during the warm weather,     Aii sizes,   Bach   50c
PEARL VEST
OR DRESS BUTTONS
Freshwater    pearl    buttons  In  detachable style;  _ new lot just in   all
sizes.
BUTTON MOULD8.
Wooden button moulds iu all sizes,
just to hand.
W. S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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