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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEVV  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIT,
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES      CO.
260 Columbia St.    Ph
85.
11. C, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1.. 1909.
FIVE CEN1
ER COP',
tilNEER'S BODY      jOTIAWA OfFICIAlS
ftOATS DOWN RIVER'    DENY PRESS REPORi
Corpse of One Victim of Ac- Vancouver Province Has Dis-
cident Recovered   Inquest    covered   Roorbach  - Chi-
. fOBirii
Open.*- Today.
tbe
Frasei
ihe bodj
0,i tbe tw "'.' s,-(,(lll|l ''���'.' ���'"'''
, which the locomotive and ten
Loi v. Beattle MP^sa fell Into thi
,   rough an open swiu u
 ,   of the  * ctlms,  i.n
.   ziedwled, was 'lis
( ( floating i.n    down
,,,, .        ti   im i "in.- wharf,  lb /
, i; I lm ell saw  the object  ���
jn lh|   v. lt(       >    .nv   been   Waiting  .' I
toy ���,. ��� expectation of th rental ol ��� (torts to recover th<-'
englne b. means of the transfer barge
gynej . . 2 and suitable tackle,
Recovered   From   Boat.
-,_,.. n, ���to_  and    Billy   Saunders
put out in a boat, und bad no difficulty
j   ,.,   .  ���    .   ib,   l.<Hly, which  by this
.|me bad floated down  opposite the
nese Still Restricted.
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'I li.-  above    ne Bsag,   hai     een   re-
Ottawa,  Ont,  Jul}   10
migration offlc'als beri
a loss to acoouni foi tin
ibii  'he    bars   are    to
down  i":   tb... nim.:,   ���
Pad:'.,  coast      An  offli la   ol
the   departmenl    tonl bi
dared thai th ire ua
change ln the Best rlct Ion law.
���ii regard to Chinese Iramtg a
lion.
EN Of MANY M
GREET WESTERN SiSTERS
Delegates From  Recent International Council al Toronto
Arrive in Vancouver    Progress of Work Throughout the World Reviewed in Mass Meeting at Opera House.
ASSEMBLE HERE EOR   lOfflCIAlS DIFFER
GLORIOUS EWEEfili!     ON LACROSSE FIELD
Thousands Will Flock to Or-'After  Dispute Fred  Lynch
ange Celebration- Annual
Church Parade Yesterday.
Todaj th,. Orang. men from all the
i.iiisi cities nnd country districts will
assembly In this ci;.. to the number
"i i ome 5  to celebrate the gloi loua
Quits Game-Alex Turn-
bull lias Rib Broken.
v mln i.i .ah..... d mi Sal * i ...
iieiih. i i.i r I,.,; foul .i - .ii hi makes
anj iiiii ;, me lo the success oi the
chain] ions on the  lai roi      flei i.    u
The women ul British Columbia their children better Th.- gpeakei
had ���"' opportunltj of bearing what then gave greetings to the Vancouvei
the  women of all other par     ol th.   council from the    International  body,
'Twelfth, aud  tbe  nm    hundred  and   wns a miserable daj ailk.   i. ,  players
(nineteenth  anniversary   of  the Battle and spectators, except thus,   fortunate
Ol   the   1,.     Ii,'
I,  .11
1 an i. r lying ofl the market
, red In answer to un ent] ill.. .,
ih.. report, published ln thi Vancou
ver Province of Saturdaj to tne effect mai ihe Dominion governmenl
brought on!nad secretlj lowered the bars against
board," and remained ...���nding the ar-jtne entry of Chinese Into this prov-
i,v_i of th. po! ce nnd the undertaker. ;"'��'"���
lie corpse wus naturally puffed the story In th. Vancouver paper
, ... . ,. ai,flguped where it WM "' u"' *"">* """- alterations
i" I ���', . a led, Although unite a Practically annulling the force of ihe
, i.��� , rioted the steamer to view Exclusion act bad been brought aboul
ij . bodi   ,- ��� on ns Detective Brad- W *���' ori+t In council passed on May
.haw arrive had the bodv oovered    . and approved  bj  the governoi ....
H;.(| a tarpaulin, chief Mcintosh era! on May 4. The report further
bavisg bu oned Fales' undertaking stated that the order In coundi bad
,,,;,,,, ... notified the Croat North-'uot be-n published, but i.liut H Inul
em rallwa authorities, came soon been put into effect through the agen-
after Thi bodv was removed to ''.' of the federal officers In Vancou-
Fales' parlors us soon as possible rer   without    the    taowledgi   oi   the
public.
Authorities   No.ified. Te][t circumstan.ial   Story.
Th�� chief  if police ha��� notified tb-j    According    to    the   Province    the
world are doing, yesterday, when the
from the Intern o il
' '<��� uu il of Women, recentlj in session in Toronto, arrived on thi coa ;
\' the meeting held in the Vancouver Opera    House    In  the afti   i    n
 ii   the most celebrated  women
,,i Canada, England, the L'nll d States
l" un i manj of the European countries,
and thanked them tor thi Bne bospl'
tai tj shown them as vi Itoi s. She
wi hi .I those in Vancouv. r, men and
won,in who lu lieved in u future,
a great deal of joy und usefulness,
The   British  Delegate.
.Miss Trevor, representing Great
Britain und Ireland, wus then Intro-
delivered addresses dealing wiih the duced after "God Save the King."
battle for tli., suffrage and covering She also thanked the local council for
the whole fn-lU of women's work In the splendid reception tendered their
governmenl law and her pine- in so visitors, The councils were doing
cietj generally, good work In the old land, but it was
'lb. delegates were met by all the left for her to come to Canada to
past presidents of Vancouver, ibe learn how nation can learn from na-
acting mayoi', j. w. Prescott, ami his uon, One lesson was to always ten-
wife, .unl oitiei friends. The inein- der splendid, gracious hosp.taiit;. II
hers of the local council took them to our council.- ever cam,, to England she
their rooms at the Dunsmulr hotel, hoped we would learn something, if
where every attention was shown no, from her methods, then from her
them. Flowers had been provided, mistakes. The councils were dlstrib-
and the visitors were informed that utlng Information on different sub-
they wer.- the guests of the Vancou- je.ts, and any woi king g:rl Or woman
vor Council. This was no small un- wanting to learn the validity of an
dertaking,   as  Great  Britain   was  rep-  address  Should   write  tlie  local   coun- j
persons with sea,:, in Uu gi md stan I,
i.nii falling all through 'he gam., and
the oval  was tbi i*< une in  a slipperj
Many   in   Parade.
in accordance with custom the an-'condition.     Naturailj  the crowd wa*,
parade    was    held  lot .small,  ani unfortunatelj   matters did
Stepnen's Pres yterlan ������, go off a   smoothlj as thej  might
selected   tor  the  brst  have, Fred Lynch and Mati  Barr dif
evening,   St.
church   being
time,  an   ex. ��� llenl    ad Iress  on  re
glous 1 berty  being given  by  Kev. Dr
T. Wardlaw-Taylor
I'ei.ng as io whether Matheson should
bi   penalised or not, lhe upshot of it
lil'.- bund of No. lien, under Brother
Leslie. Th, procession went by way
ol Eighth street and Fourth avenue
to the church. The parade wus marshalled   by County  D.rector of Cere-
Between 75 and  being   that   Fred   lu   the   Vancouver
v   i   ,., v, !   ..   . ,e drum and  u.|.,,,.  ,,, tinlsh  the game, saying he
bad done with it.
Visitors' Strong Home.
Alex, Turnbull's Injury entailing
broken ribs put a damper iu another
monies B, J, Pentland, and the dlrec- sense on the pleasure ol the crowd
tor of 1160, John Roscoe, and acting Should he oe prevented rrom piayln.
director of 1593, l.. G, Dunbrack, The on Baturday, and Pat Feenej iui i i.
principal officers present wer.- Coun lit)son away sick the green shirts
tj Master u. ti. Pattesonr, w. M. of will stand a good chance of snatch
ll.jU, and R. A. Stoney, W. M of 1693. i"g a victory. Ou Saturday they play-
Mr, I uterson, being also present as ed tlu- champions to the extent that
a grand lo.ig, officer, as grand lee- the Salmon BellleB' home had to get
Hirer with II. Abercronn.ie, grand cut and hustle for goals, the ma n lm-
director of ceremonies, and W. K. provement to be noted in the Vancou-
Dunlop, most  worshipful past deputy  v-er team since the commencement of
resented by no fewer than 35, Germany  1,  Italy  1. Sweden  1, Belglum
'.',. Denmark 2. Norway 4. Holland 3,
United States 2, Australia 2 and Can-
ada 35, making a total of 98.
Crowds  Throng   <o   Hear
Long  before   'hree o'clock   the sldt
('. P. It. authorities at Everett, and changes brought about by the alleged
th.- brother of the deceased, w. L order in council would "greatly widen
Zledwied wl was here several days the class of Celestials privileged to
.-. Bisttng in the Bearoh, enter    Canada    without    paying  the
On the body of the dead engineer jpresenl $-i"J bead lax, a sum already walK in front of Uie opera house wa*
wag (ound hla pocketbook, and watch, regarded In many Quarters as Ins uf-1 crowded, and when the doors were
.-.'e.ivl ii! 3:10. The aoddeni l��'ficl.-ut to be effective against th�� In- opened the house was soon filled, the
supposed io have happened at '���'������"'��� creased immigration from China. They members of the local council occupy-
p.m. on Saturday, June 19. The oper- have," "the report went on to say, lng the main floor. At 3:30 the orations at. Te bridge earli-r In the ["largely, if not wholly, been made at chesira struck up "The l/'st Chord,"
week b��d  Usturb   I ibe body, and Is.    th��  request  of   tb..   Chinese  of  Van-  and   the   speaking  delegates   filed   in.
ii tn mib a position for the current 'couver  who  in   a   recent   petition   to  led  by  the  acting  mayor,  Mr.   Pres
wash It <iut. !tl1(.   governmenl     urged     freer entry,  coU, and  his wife;   Mrs.  Day. provin-
Inqu.st   Opened   Today. particularly  for Chinese  students  and,dal   president   for   I)    C;    Mrs.   Mc- j count rj.'
PI ronei     Di      Hothwell.   w ill 'merchants'   sons." i Lagan,     ex-pi-vln.ial    vice-president;   Canada.'
cn. which *vouid gladly ascertain.
From   La  Belle  France,
Next Mademoiselle Popelin, from
Belgium, came forward. K,..gl sh was
a little hard for her, but she Bpoke il
bravely. The people in Cana la���
"teeg, l>eeg Canada, with Us beeg,
beeg prairies, must have hearts so
beeg.    They   r.re
did, and," she continued, "1 niuSs tell
you how much my leetle countree will
be proud to know how I have been
recel.ed in your so ne��' countree."
Nexl  Marchess  Bourbon del  Monte
spoke  for  Italy.    She  also  eulogized
the Pacific coast.   'We are an old. old
he said, "but we learn from
grand   lecturer  of  Hr-ttsh  America
Heirs  of   Rel'gious   Freedom.
Kev.  Dr,  Taylor preached  from  the
Acts  of    ihe  ApOstleB,   4,   Vj and  20,
the season being the combination in
the liome, accounting for them having run within _ guai on the last
three occasions. Ileiines-ey played
centre,   and   dropping   George   Ma'he-
���open .i _ morning at  101    'Hie report ln the Vancouver paper Mrs.    Griffin,    president    Vancouver
liii-KKk. and  an adjournment   will   be  "len went on to give a mosi detailed  council;   Mrs.  Gallagher,  Mrs. W.  W. ]
���taken to   na Ic the official witnesses and circumstantial account of the or-'white, and Mrs. dimming, secretary
(lo arrive,      The  body   may   th.-n   beidw   ln   council        Numbered   sections !of  the National  Council.    New  West-
I    ii wer,. given, and the various classes of jnilnster was  represented  by the pres-
II Fireman Snyder's body remained Chinatown to be admitted tree de- ide_\ Miss Davis. Other members
|ln the cab, it is expected to be r#cov- scribed, without, so far as can be from Westminster w���re Mrs. A J.
end in .i similar manm r before many learned, the slightest basis in truth. Hill, vice-president; Mrs. Oliver. Mrs
���day- elapse, It may, however have The whole trend of the Vancouver Anderson, Mrs. Benson, Mrs
���floated out at night and passed 'unper story wns calculated to produce the;and Mrs. Maxwell
Reived out to iti,. ���. ill However, the effect thai the federal government had
���present discovery enables an official truckled to the Chinese interests, and
fenqulrj undei oath to be held :,hrit it bad made chang.-s in the act
 , which  H  was  afraid  to  admit to the
'people of British Columbia.
.lust how much truth ther.. ls in the
���whole   sUry   may   te   gathered   trom
and said tbat in the words spoken 6UU| plaCeg we,.e found ,-,���. Harry {UM
by the aposll's was born religious trey ilIld Krni,. \_unav ^ [.,,,,,,. hav.
liberty upon the earth, and it had .���B onlv just been getting in train-
come down to Uiein as a priceless iug. T_���, Vancouver field did not.
treasure,  hallowed  by  the  Bufferings ,m ���,, M good a Ba,iU. aB Dominion
ii.agnlfiaue   Bplen-i*?^  ''"'Y   "f    manyrH-     Th'>* hiui Day,   though  Spring.,' did   bis  best,
shown that the last and most InViola- Clarkson, however, wa.s off color   and
'ble  right  of man Is  his    conscience. t_,9 visitors were weak al  centre.
I The example of the apostles had been
followed In successive generations, as old Guard Plays.
by Luther at the diet of Worms, and In   spite  of  the yarns   in   the  Vau-
Bishop Ken before .lames II. Through- COU'*er   papers,   Munn  did   uot     play
out th.- ag'-s there had been men who goal,   and   the   Salmon   Bailies   relied
stood up for Cod and his law against ou the old guard.    Pete Latham was
Jinan   and  his   law.      Liberty   became brought  in,  but he did not  show up.
possible   with   the   revelation   of   the The Springs and Len Turnbull worked
King of Kings.      1/oyalty and liberty iiard   round   the   Vancouver   net,   and
w,nt together In that order, and those shared   the   scoring.     SUli   the   game
A Word From Sweden
Baroness Von Platen then spoke for
.Wvslen.    She was beautifully gowned I who  had suffered starvation and  pes- had plenty of bright  crisp play,  with
wtih   picture
tlience, a.s at Londonderry,
1
Levar
in   fawn   silk   organdy
hat to match	
Sweden In Its lakes and its forests, a priceless heritage, and today people
She was delighted to hear how well |could not judge or esUmate the debt
ber countrymen were appreciated they owed to them. People were
here.    She hoped io clasp hands With  api to talk of crises coming suddenly
death   brilliant   atqscks,   and   sharp     quick
Kli W-IID WILL
lill TO MAHILNMII
the
the
Ottawa  despatch
column.
tb,   bead  of
Deterioration  in  His Majesty's  Health
So Marked as to Cause Great
Insurance.
lONuifcfllTION WILL
GREET NEW MINISTER
Rise
Reception to Be Tendered to Rev. W.
F. Baker, New Incumbent of the
Olivet   Church.
ei nil)
uf   111,
London, .Inly il._Ab a result of the
" !l'"   -" '���'    ' 'ween Dr.  Ott  aud the
Mag's medical advisors, ft has bee.i
decided   that   ib.   King   v..,,i   b0   to
; !"   bad     Immediately     after    the
����w�� regatta.      H!b Majesty has re- ,     ,       ,,. .
Impressed  upon    the    officers The    congregation    of    the  OH\
royal  household  the  nec-ssit\ Baptist Jhurcli win under a reception
of relieving himself and the Queen of to  the   newly   arrived     incumbent   of
;,:| ���'���-"���'��� ssarj   fatigue.      Those who'that church, the Rev. A, K Baker, on
o '���>"��� King during the past Thursday    evening    ol    the present
week have  remarked  how  much    he week.
��d In appearance     Deterlora- The reception  will be held in  the
"on ,n health is reflected on tha In- church, and all members of the church
'"   boui-es winch now insist on as well as those   attending   the ser-
;' Blxty-flve  per cenl   premium on  his vie--, who have not yet become actual
"'���   whereas a tew months ago only members, are cordially  invited to be
";  "���"'  was asked present.                                               ���
-    ' Invitations will also be sent to ail
Union  Sunday School  Picnic. |th.���   pasl-rs of  the Other  ehurchi     in
v L'nlon Sunday school picnic was the city,
"e,d ai Strawberry iiiii on Thursday more or
"  ����'  week.      The affair took  place
,,1> open ground near Flix's Btore,
Played National Airs.
Major   Prescott   made   a   short
ad
its again In the North.
Froken    Amelia    Hansen     brought
greetings  from   the  Norway   National
dress  to  the  ladies,   welcoming them Council, of which she was president.
to   "The   City   of    Homes."    and an- since entering  Canada,  she Bald, she
nounced  that  the  speaker  from  each had  8_*>ken several tln:<-s, but not in
country  would   be  Introduced   by  ber an opera house before.    They had po-
natlonai   hy;nn.    He  then   introduced Utioai suffrage In Norway, which Can-
ihe   corresi>ondlng   secretary   of    the uda did not have.   Tlu- bill had passed
International   council,   who   explained to give the vote to women who paid
that she represented  Lady Aberdeen, any  national  tax.    The men   used to
who was unable to be present.    When cai] the women clever, now they call
the delegates arrived ln the East they ti_e_n too clever.
were told tho scenery of tlie Pacific .fan Jansen and other great Norwe-
coast was unrivalled, -and when they gain men had advocated women suf-
caw the magnificent prairies, the won- frage, ,but they did not want to keep
ilerful Rockies, and tlie new, fresh it all. They'wanted It to spread to
life of the Pacific coast they had noth- other nations. A bill had been passed
lng to desire. "Those who love last giving women taxpayers the vote, but
love best," was a good saying, and there was another coming to the
their last reception was the best. The House urging suffrage for poor workwoman's    council    was    an    original ing  women  in  order that   they could
ters and  to teach mothers to educate (Continued  on  Page  Seven).
WILL VISIT WESTMINSTER
IN INTEREST OF MEDICINE
and     the    function   will   be
less   of     an     inl.'I'.l.ii'v.i'i'
tlonnl nature.
ill
; ", w��'  wel) attended, practical!.
" . -m-ldren    of    the neighborhood
"nt'iK out. A very enjoyable afiet-
""" w"* speat by old and young, lt
* Pto.Mb:,. that hen-after the Sun-
���< y schools of the neighborhood will
���""ted  annually   to   mak_   the   .ntcnlc
i'n annual
event.
Appointed District Judge.
Ottawa, July  11���VV. D. A. L*es, of
Fort    Saskatchewan,    has    been  appointed district Judge at BattJeford.
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S.ock Exchange Guarded.
��*- York. July n._u was learned
"tay that since Friday last a force of
��� M-.-riencod    detectives  <
guard in thp vU.lnlty <)f the New York
n��>ck Exchange following the receipt
��y th.. poH0e 0f a letter, which
i"���atened that between Prldav and
"-silay ,he exchange would be blown
_' w|'b dynamite.
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Saturday's  Baseball.
Seattle-Portland    game
poned���rain.
Tacoma  ��� ���
Spokane  . ���
Aberdeen   .
Vancouver
post-
Leading  Winnipeg   Medical   Men   Making  Tour of West���To   Raise
Standard of  Doctors,
Winnipeg,   July     11.
-One   of     the
EASTtRI. PROFESSORS
ARRIVE IN ROYAL MY
Members of Faculties of Toronto and
Queen's Universities Admire the
Gardens of This City
Professor MUner of the  University
most Important moves toward the of Toronto, an authority of Interna
consolidation of the medlca) profes- tional lepuiat.on ou atwient history,
-ion in Western Canada Is being made  and Professor DeWl.t of Queen's, paid
by the visit of Dr.  Patterson and Dr.
the city a short  visit yesterday alter-
noon.     They -are ou their way to the
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m
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_  a ._���-..���    r,t  M..,,it.,i.i.   unl  fanning industries of the Fraser.
%��!��**f^S^iiJS-wS-  Ot '    Both gentlemen were delighted wlU
JJ"prote&oTin 7riUsli Columbia the Royal City and In particular wen
U1,':,.P   :....:.   .'   _;__.���� .nm��. nri-Hnire-  struck   with  admiration  ai   the  manj
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Three Chinese Arrested
For Gambling at Fan Tan
Three Chinamen named Sing Loy.
Bun Sing, and Sam Sing, gathered In
'J Chief Mcintosh as the result of a
"'tl on 11 Melnnes street on Saturday
*cr�� admitted to ball, and will be
Wt"ed at ihe city police court this
"������rnine on a gambling charge
The chief dropped in at a J Ittle
gam�� of fantan at which the O*""1*1*
were beguiling the evening,^and w
above interlude to the game o^ursve.
There has not been a raid 'or some
little time, and the *����*>*�� JS
getting bu��y once more 1�� �� low
Chinatown.
Milroy, of Winnipeg, who bave gone ^^ Fall. and wjjlle iu vancouvvr
west to join Dr. Brett oi Banff and took the opportunity to see the head
delegates   of   the   Colleges   of   Pnysi '���--    '  " --1-*"   ,;-'",:" '
...��_4_-    nf    H-0-ltn-.il    und    ..immi-   iih.ii.--ii ���<���-   ...    uie   i-i. .r'l.
were
,       .     L.i,,..   ,,.,,.. .ii-,.-m.-e shuck   wim  nuiiiiit.iii.il  a,   .ms many
with a view to making some ana���-1* . . ���,,       , ,  . ,    _
ni'n.  for  standard  medical qualittca- AM gardens.     They both "jalntalned
.lirm^iioiii tho west      lt is re- tbat  the splendid showing of flowers
��� iSBSmSPiSSL.   CduJbla h�� **** with the beauty of the natii.
��� now a very high standard, which the al surround tigs made New Westmin-
��� nrdrie provinces hope to attain, and eu.r one cf the most picturesque spots
J his exited that Saskatchev an wlU "��*��_?* "^ C��Ur86
Tn^Vte^J&^TZ\^^^ was particularly struck
��f !_h ,iw.n will ic. to Rossland, with the size and number of the roses
Xlnens-af at 3��JB�� fSE* |**e ��"*" *** A bl Vaucou-
%��%��"*%�� earty S..ro?ythae|T "W. can grow nothing like this In
w^_ folTow.nl fhef willTe at #_ 'our gardens in the east," said he. The
roSS^reS-tJSJS?_^.ta.,l��J��rtoo. growth of evergreens was
Uois will, finally be presented to toe aso a sour2e-of wonder to the two
meeting of the British Columbia Med- .-visitors. .
ST a-focfat-Si at Seattle on July 2, |jj JJ ^njcjMJjIr stay In th*
, ��� to Columbian college, ln which, as an
_  ___���.    m .��..__ jaffll'ated college of the University of
Drowned While Bathing |Toronto they naturally felt a keen In
Ottawa,  July  11:���Lucrea Areham- twest.     They were shown over the
bault, 16 years old, wa�� drowned ia grounds and buildings of that Instltu
the Rideau canal this morning while (��jon and expressed themselves as
bathing. ) being delighted with an tbey saw.
Champions Lead in First.
In the tirst quarter Cliff Spring
started in with a fine shot. Gibbons
but it was not so. Thei,. always cleared, and Murray raced away with
appeared a chain of circumstances th�� sphere. Down at the horn,- net
leading to them, and a was by the Lalonde tried one of his hard shots.
way they as an order lived in the ll��d Sa��d>' cleared. Allen repeatl:^-
smaller things of life they could lhe ��ffort. Jimmy Gilford picked the
judge how they would act when a Da" right out of his stick. Gordo_
crisis came and If they would tie Spring repeated the attempt when the
found worthy. Bv doing their duty ,8cene of play changed, aud after eiglr
honestlv and" faithfully they would fit minutes Tom Rennie scored witn a
themselves for the testing time, come long shot. From the face-off Doughy
when It may. I Spring ran away, and netted a second
I in half a minute.    Resuming. Vancou-
Vote of Thanks. |ve_ .ook up loose work, with shots a
On the return to lodge votes of long distance out, which the Salm__
thanks wer.. passed to Dr. Taylor i Bellies cleared without much trouble,
the choir, and the management of thei till Bones Allen scored. Grumpy
church, as well as to Brother Leslie i Spring was sent to the fence unfairly
and the band. and   nothing  further occurred   in  tJkf
(Continued on  Page Three).        j (Continued on  Page  Six).
WILL SHOW CATTLE
AT FALL EXHIBITION
STRIKING FISHERMEN
ASSAULT CAPTAIN
Brampton   Firm   Will   Send   Two  Carloads of Splendid  Jersey  Stock
to Westminster  Fair.
The hi in of J. 11- Bull & Co., of
Brampton, Ont., owners of the largest
herd of Jersey cattle i�� Cauala, will
exhibit two carloads of their splendid
dairy jjilnials at the New Westminster exhibition. The sain,, tinn intends also to show at Victoria and at
Seattle. Messrs. Bull & Co. will
make their tlrst shipment tu the coasi
for exhibition purposes about
middle of August.
New  England    Fish      Company's  En
ployees Set  Upon  Capt.   Rorvik
in Vancouver.
th.,
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��� ���
��� Civic  Holiday. ���
��� The Mayor has requested the   ���
��� observance of a civic half-holt-   ���
��� day from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on   ���
��� account of the Orange celebra-   ���
��� tion in this city. ���
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The strike of ths New England Flsh
Company's employees is situ oontln
uinn, but practically no Inconvenlen
has been caused the company, as il
has be. '.i Bible to M0ur_ crews sulli-
cleiit to man Its bouts, and these hav
returned with exceptionally largo cargoes, Un Saturday afternoon tbe
captain of ths Celestial Empire, capt.
I ... ,r Rorvik who is now working
for the Canadian Fish Company <>f
this city, and who chanced to be down
at the New England Fish Company s
wbarf In Vancouver, was rather badly
handled by the strikers He waa
arguing with some of them, with tiie
result thai a quarrei arose, followed
by an assault. The company, however, expects that the men will take
a more sensible view of affairs and
that these assaults will not reOOr in
future.
Fifteen Prisoners Fill
Cells at Police Station
The   necessity   for   a   new   police  tlve   to  take  some Immediate stepe
station was demonstrated  last even- The three Chinamen accuaed of gam
ing, when It was necessary to release
four of the prisoners on ball, as the
small accommodation at the present
Btatlon wae overtaxed- Two prisoners remained over from Saturday, and
with thirteen arrests, It was lmpei->
bllng were allowed out oa hail, i_
well as a woman. the cases are
drunkenness, assault, aad .agrancy
Charges of sleeping I* C. P. R. hex
cars wlll he preferred by Night
Watchman Walnutay a��alMt DomM
Cameron aad Joba Boggan.
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f. PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909.
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 pe��Ple know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must <ell tbe people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and   som.
thing of the value you offer them in  return  for their money.      Too many of us have got the  habit of thinking  that because  we  have been  a  long time   in   business  everyone  mus. of  n cessity   know   all   about  us  and   our
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily News and  keep abreast  of the  timet.
WAN-BSD���AN   OFFICE  BOY.. AP-
; Ij   personally  to  P.  Peebles, real
estate   and   insurance  agent. 620
i durable street.
"WANTED ��� A SMALL COTTAGE
near city in exchange for Vancouver lot 11). L. 121) and cash payments- Address Box ll--. Dally
News office.
WANTED���HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
by man and wife; no children. D.
N . News office.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC-
countanl (successor to 0. Hamber),
collections nn.l storekeepers' books
Of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7, Ham-
bly block. P. O. box 795.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOKKB,
limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers nf modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specification.-, prepared.
W. D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT
Room 14,  Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN   11    W.  SAIT,  ARCH1TECT-
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
WANTED���TO RENT A SIX OR
seven room modern house in good
locality; furnished or unfurnished.
Hale Bros. _. Co., Ltd., Columbia
street.
WANTED���GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework, Enquire  3G  Leopold  PL
WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER-
vant, no washing. Apply Mrs. W
T. Reid, 51 Royal avenup.
WANTED���SMART WAITRESS. AP-
pl>- Kenny's restaurant.
WANTED���GIRL TO WORK AT
the Royal City Laundry.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
LOST.
LOST���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 plcfclng up a lady's belt
In the grounds of th- Central Public school, klndlv return same to
Mrs. C. A. Welsh, 123 Sixth street.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
_.t with four emeralds and four
4>.arls, a large ruby ln the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
FOR  SALE.
POR SALE���CHEAP LOTS. 50x12",
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
FOR  SALE���A    NICE,  NEW    F1VE-
room  cottage one  block   lrom  cur |
line.    Price  $800;   cash  $200;   balance to  suit purchaser.      G.   Hall,
East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 66,
City.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE,  SHILES  ft  CD.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm  and   sunurban   property,
260 Oolumbla street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1-B
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer aud Importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu'.Idlng
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia  street.  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
Ithe fraser valley nurseries,
1    Ltd.,  Burnaby  Lake���Eor    healthy,
|    home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
FREEMAN     -BUNTING.     ROOM
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
and Novemtj-T, at - p.m      annual [purchaser within forty-five daj
meetings on the third Thursday ol the date of the first publlcatlo ,
February.    New   members  may   be notice upon you, and In defat]
proposed and elected at any month- caveal or certificate of lis pond n
ly or   quarterly    meeting.     C. h. |lng filed within such period, o, i
-
a
 1    Stuart-Wade, secretary.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH- AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letter*, etc. Province ottice, Co-
lumbla Btreet.     Phoue 62,
THEATRES,
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions  provided  during
the season.     Advance ticket ottice, !
Ryall's Drug Store.
fault   "f   redemption   In for.-   re
- tlon, you and each of you a
O   0   k��� ROYAL   CIT-    LODGE ever estopped and debarred fi
No. a���Meets   in   Oddfellows'   ball,  ting up any claim to oi In re
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at - o'clock.   Visiting bn thren
Will be made welcome. G, IV Gilley,
N.  ('..;   C.  E Osborne.  P G, recording secretary
il
the said land,    and    I shall rei
Peter Henderson as owner then
fee.       And   I   hereby  order  tha
cation of this notice for thirty
a dally newspaper published In N w
Westminster,  will  be good and     i H
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES I dent service thereof.
the Union Lodge, No. 9, A. I   Dated al   he Land Registry Ofl
V M.   King Solomon Lodge, New Westminster, Province ol
A. F. and  A.  M.;   L. O. U  OptanWa, thi
No. 1093; Court ,190a
,
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
536,  phone 334.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILES FROM
town, onv mile from new car Une;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price, $2200;   terms.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postoffiee. Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and 'arm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R.    J.    McNeil.     Over   T.   Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FEED AND BREAKING 8TABLE.
J. I. MERRY ft CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference furnished.
FISH   AND  GAME.
I BENSON ft AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie SL,
opp. Windsor Hotel.	
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81-	
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLIVM-
bia    street. Fins-class     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
OTHER
Include
F. und
No,  17
No.  1150; L. O. I
Sapperton, No. 46S::, I. O. F.; C. o. i
F. Court Westminster, No. i'ii); '
Brotherhood  of Owls.  Nest  No.  2'J.
LAND   REGISTHV   ACT.
3rd day of May, A   it,
.Job
Yuk
.1   Wi
C. S. KEITH.
District   Registi
Chce,    Chew    Sinu   i-. ���
ir.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair," Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITE8IDE ft EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia atreet, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
Take notice that an application has
been made to register F. McCleery as
the    owner In  fee    simple,    under a
tax  sale   deed   from   the   mayor   and
treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to F. McCleery, bearing date tli-
Hth day of January' A. D., 1904, of all
and   singular  thai   certain   parcel   or |
tract of land and premises situate, lying and  being    in  the    City of  New  bia, may be homesteaded by any per-
Westminster, in the Province of Brit- son who is the sole head or a family
Ish Columbia, more particularly known or any male over IS years of age, to
and  desorlbed as Lots 91, 92, 93 and  the  extent  of  one-quarter  section' oi
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAl-(__,    of Lot 8,    Subdivision  Block  14.  160 acres, more or leBS.
lorlng.     A new line of spring suit- |    You and each of you are required \    Entry must h_  made personally at
lng just In.     Button making, press-I to  contest  the claim  of the  tax pur-'the   local   land  office  for  the  district
lng and repairing.     Room 9, Smith  chaser within forty-five days from the In  which tbe land ig situate.      Entry
block.    Entrances 625  Columbia st. I date of the first publication of this no-  by  proxy  may,  however,  iw made on
f<r
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands win.
In the railway belt in British Colu a-
TAILORS.
and Clarkson st.
WADE, WHEALLER ft McQUARRlE
(F, C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, oppoaite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office ls at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W.      MYERS    GRAY,    BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson Btreet, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
WOODWORKING.
WESTM1N8TER       WOODWORKING
Co.. bank, office and store fittings;
tice, otherwise I shall register F. Mc-'certain conditions by the father,
ICleery aa owner thereof in foe. And ,mother, son, daughter, brother or evil hereby direct that publication of ter of an intending homesteader,
[this notice In a dally newspaper foi The homesteader is required to per-
thirty days, published at New West-form tti* conditions connected there-
minster, will be good and sufficient I with under one of the tonowin.
ervice thereof. 1 plans:
Dated at the Land Registry Ollice,]    (1)    At least six months' residence
New Westminster, Province of British \ upon  and cultivation of the  land on
cabinet, stair,    showcases, mantels i",",     _,,...        . ��� . , _
and detail work.   Designs and esti- iColumbla, this 26th day of February, ,each year for three years
mates furnished,
prietor.      Works:
and car line.     P.
473.
J.   Brookes.   pro-
Corner  Eleventh
O. box 254, Phone
A. D.,  1909.
To Joseph    E
Gaynor Estate.
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar
All persons served with this notice
(2) If the father ( or mother, if uie
Gaynor, Joseph B. [father is decased), of the homesteader
j resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requlremen's
as to resldenco may be satisfied J'
such person residing with the tatvr
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgwrs; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
ROOMS TO RENT.
GROCERY.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUBlfl,
with bath. $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
EOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
ceries, phone 3S6.     The Pure Food
TO  LET���LARGE   BEDROOM,   COR- |    Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
ner Agnes and Seventh, No. 701.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
iveyor. Ellard block, New Westminster,  B.  C.
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.
A. O- U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3 j provided by the "Land Registry Act
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tues-	
day in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday-
evening at 8 p.m. in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark, W.
Pres.;  H. Schofleld, secretary
land those claiming  through or under or mother.
jthem and all persons claiming any i ��� (3) If the settlor has his perman, nt
I interest in the said land by virtue of j residence upon farmiug land own^d
jany unregistered Instrument, and all iby him ln the vicinity of his uoine-
persons claiming any interest in the [stead, the requirements as to resldence
i said land by descent, whose title Is | may   be  satisfied   by  residence   upol
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may l.
leased for a period of 'wentyone
years at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 25.'.0 acres
j shall be leased to one individual or
m  application  Company,      A  royaltv  at the  rat.- ol
.,     , ,not registered under the provisions of
biVt.S,t'1.eVe.y *_a0nday eVen'D,g the "Land Registry act,' shall be
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble !forevpr wwmM amI dt,barred frora
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy
.setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land bo sold for taxes as
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
Take notice,    that
has been made to register Peter Hen-(five  cents  per  ton  shall  he colle
derson as the owner in fee simple, un- ��n the merchantable coal mined
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs.  Archer, proprle
tress).     Four courses, consisting of I
soup,  fish,  boiled  entree  or   roast
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3-
der a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and clerk of Surrey, to The Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the 31st dav of
December, A. D��� 19.1, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being In the District of New Westminster, in the Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known I
and described as Lois 3 and 4, of
Block I, being pari oi Lots 7 anil 8, '
Group 2. Map 456,   Lot 7 of  Block 4,1
W, W  CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Int.-'
N.B.���Unauthorized    publication
this  advertisement  will    not  be p
for.
,1
���
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR    HACKS  AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Stables. _t|fi
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
'WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
soclation,
LAND  ACT.
Comox Land District.
District of Queen Charlotte Sound
Take notice that O. B. Jacobson
Lord  of  the   Isles   Camp ;being part of Lots 7 and 8. Group 2; (Vancouver, Occupation sheep ranch
191���Meets on   the  first    and  third pot ���'��� of Block 4, being part ot Lois
Tuesday of every month in K. of P. '7 and s. Croup 2.
hall.     Chief, W. Suuierland. You an"l  those claiming through or
   [under  you  and   aU   persons  claiming
jany interest in Die said land by virtue
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST- jof any unregistered instrument, and
minster Board of Trade meets in the |all persons claiming any Interest in
board mom. City Hall, as follows: uhe said land by descent, whose title
Third Thursday of each month: lis not registered undei- the provisions
quarterly meeting on the tllirfl of the "Land Registrv Act," are re-
Thursday of February, May, August  quired to contest the claim of the tax
Intends    to apply    for    permission to
lease  l,|e  following    described  land:
Commencing at a post planted Bt
the west end of Lewis island, thencs
northerly, easterly, southerly and wes
terly and northerly, following the
shore line around the Island to -h<>
point of commencement, containing
800 acres more or less.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
OLE B. JACOBSON.
BRITISH WARSHIP
IS OUT AFTER PIRATES
English  and  American   Naval   Vessels
Co-operate <o Rescue White Man
From  Chinese.
THIEF  SENDS YOUNG
LADY  HOME  IN  BARREL:
Washington, DC, July 11.���Information received at the state department
through the British embassy here,
says that the commander of the British ship Merlin has telegraphed the
foreign office at London from Sanda-
kan, North Borneo, E. I,, that his vessel is proceeding along the east coast
of that territory to render all possible
aid In the matter of an American citi-
_en who was captured by pirates. The
British vessel is working in co-operation with an American ship, and will
report If further action becomes necessary.
Now York, July 11.���Miss Mary
Harka, lii years of ago. 'hung h_r
clothes on a hickory limb ' when she
went bathing in a canal near Pater-
son, N. .1. While sh,. was in the water a man stole her garments, but
with the aid of a barrel furnished by
a woman who heard her screams, she
was able to reach home. The girl
later obtained a warrant for John
Doe, saying she could easily Identify
the man if she saw him.
Tu>! Tut!
Redwood, Cab, July 11.���All Redwood city is searching today for the
silken mby studded garter of Mrs.
Louis Baumgarlner, of San Francisco,
Though the handsome ruby Bet in
the clasp is valued at some $200, Mrs.
Baiimganner affirms there Is another
and far greater reason for its recovery. It was a birthday present from
her husband, and must be found.
Few Are Lawless.
Mason City, Iowa. July 11.���Dr, W.
Carleton, the clergyman who acted as
chief of police for US hours, surrendered the stat" at 2 o'clock this morn-
ling to Mayor Kirscliinan. Dr, Carleton In his sermon at the Methodist,
church tody preched on righteousness
| and declared that his observations had
| been that 90 per cent of the people of
this city did not need policing and
'that the immense sums of money ex-
jpendecl in courts, maintenance of'jails
[and penitv-ntiaries and policing were
;for less than one-tenth of the i*>pula.
1 tion.
C)*040*o*o��o*oo*o*o*e*r*o��- o+o+o+o+o+o+co+cj+o+o+c+ry+c)
Cheap Lots
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
TENDERS.
Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr	
MONEY   TO   LOAN
ALL IS QUIET AT
GLACE BAY MINES
' Drowned Herself.
London. July 11.���While despond nt
as a result of an illness extending
over six months, Miss Jennie Guest:,
of.848 Queen's avenue, committed sui-;
cide this morning by drowning bar-;
self in a cistern in the rear of the
Guest residence.
Sydney, N. S., July 10.���Owing to
the heavy Storm yesterday afternoon
the coming of troops belonging to tho
Halifax garrison last night didn't
cause as nmch a sensation as was
expected. This morning a dead calm
prevails, no disturbances of any kind
being reported. Several men passing In to work were accosted by pick-
;��.ts and asked not. to work, but otherwise there was no interference.     The
| number of men working today ls
larger than    at any    time since the
'strikv was called. The company announce, that lt expects to have a full
[complement working tomorrow morning. The majority working are not
members of either union, but men
who go to their homes In the winter
months, working in the mines In the
.spring and summer.
Sealed tenders addressed to the mv
dersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Postoffice Fittings, Vancouver, B. c,"
will be received at this ofllc.. until
5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July _i,
1909, for the work mentioned.
Plans, specifications and forms of
contract can be Bee I and forms of
tender obtained al this department on
application to Mr. C. Tossell, Clerk Of
Works, Vancouver   b. C
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of residence.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable lhe Minister ot Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of tne tender, which
will ibe forfeited if the person tendering declines to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do -so, or lf he
fail to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted
the  cheque  will   be   returned.
The department  does  not  bln_  it
self to accept the lowest or an.\  lender.
By order,
NAPOLEON* TESSIER
Secretar;
Departmenl   of   Public   Works.   Ottawa, June 30, 1909.
(Newspapers will not be paid ' Ir
this advertisement if they insert H
Without authority from the d.-p���' rt"
ment.)
S.S. TRANSFER
Commencing April 1st the steamer
Transfer will leave Brackman-Ker
wharf every week day afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way ports. Saturday at _ p.m., returning to Ne��
Westminster Saturday evening.
RUNS TO STEVESTON TUESDAYS
AND   8ATURDAV..
Returning, leave-- v,'_s!iinm Island
every week day morning, except Friday, at 7a.m., and Ladner 7-45 a-'"-
Friday leaves Westham Island 6 am
and Ladner at 6:45 a.m.
Additional trip Monday morning,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m
This schedule subject to chanS8
without notice.
For freight and passenger rates ��P
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
_. - Manager- MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909.
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-arg  tor Vancouver  and
stations   wl"
hour  from   -
car lee
way
run  every   half
6:60   a.  m.    Last
i   11   p.   m.
USI  Car leaves  Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
leave   the   depot   every
m.Dty   minutes   for both Bap-
and city limits over the
line.
City Lme: Cars leave tram
ofllce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Lme: Curs leave
at t'-ii minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a.  m.
Sunday service half-houriy between S: VI a, m. and 11. ;,. in.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., ltd
at-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Dealers in All Kin,,' ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Te'ep .ore 12.
New Westminster
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(Continued from Page One.)
��� ������     icci    rui was tin   0 ve.   , ������
v   Vancouver    to a.. Andr. -.
th ���   th    building   would  noi
contain   the    1700   who   attended  to
n address by the Rev. .1. ('. Ma
dill, who spoke for two bom
Today's Celebration.
the  local   lodges   will   m.e
1150  ui   .v...,  o'cloi
al 7:16 am., and the Tin.- Blu..
o'clock.      'i he  in mbers  will
- .���    re. eivlng    vh Itors  'ill   th.
il  the procession,  which  leavi
i .  P.  R. depot   taking  Columbia
Leopold  placi.   Royal avi nu
and   Park   Row   to  Queen .  pai k,   .
one  i, clock,    In  charge of  11   Abi
' Ii. vaini director of ceremonle
. It la ���  tlmated there will be over 3U
In   'he   procession.      A  part}
from    Victoria    is    expected  on  the
Prill, v s  May.
'I he . eni . a] commit tee Ii compos i ii
oi ��� f. owing: Henrj Bennett
chaliman; R. A. Stoney, seen tai
W IV Johnson, treasurer; It. G. Put
ter - 1. .1 Randolph, N 'l T, McDonald, .l.ih.jili Trewartha, Win. Ar
chlbald, .lohn .1. Hood. S. A. Daile.v
Geo. R. Matthias, A. H. Christie, Nell
.1   Matheson, .1. McLean, .)   RoBcoe.
Program at  Park.
The address of welcome will be de-
llvered by Alderman Johnston, and j
among tl,,' speakers wil] bo the Right
u orsh i'i ::| Grand Master, ll. i,. Taylor, ib,- Grand Organizer .1. VV. White-
ley, and Rev. J. C. Madlll o, C'edai
i ' Ltage.
'I'.i  pri/.es    ar.- given    to the beai I
iln-.- ...| lodges in the parade,
The program of sports includes j
men's (some for Orangemen only)
boys' and girls races, running and
Standing broad jumps; barr. 1 rae-.
a tug-of-war; running high jumps;
musicians' race, a sack and potato
rae-.-, and nail driving contests for ladii- Ti a win be served at the Women's building by tb.- Red Cross Society.
Th.- evening will be occupied with
a ball at the Orang hall- Ther.- w 11
be a session of the Tru,- Blues at the
hall during the evenirg.
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
blgh-dasu building materials
than It Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bui>t with our materials that never need repairs.
���We can polnl to some others
tbut need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
Two  Champions  in   Hospital.
There are now two of the lacrosse
champions   in   the    Royal  Columbian
hospital,   Alex-    Turnbull     with   two
'ribs  broken, and  Jack  Bryson  with  :i
bad knee.      Both  are progressing a*
well  as can  be  expected.      Pat  Feeney  has  returned  from  Harrison Hot
i Springs much  Improved ln health.
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
Travelers'Cheques
Travelers save money using these I
Travelers' Cheques, because ��hey
know exactly what their funds are i
worth in any country, each cheque ;
having engraved clearly on the face
Its value in Domestic and Foreign i
moneys.
This is the safest, most available, I
most convenient and most economical
manner to carry money when travel- ,
ing. Further particulars upon appl1-
caiion.
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C, Branch.
F.  Shute,   Manager.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
ANO SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth SL ana    _ !rt_ Arena*
PHONE   I/O.
BOWELL & OOOr.  Pr.on.t.in.
NOTICE.
Notice   is   hereby   given   that   lhe
PUI   River  Lumber   Company,   Llm-
ted,"   having  applied   to  His  Excellency thp Governor-General in Council
jor the approval of a certain sit, for
'ie  construction    of   certain   booms
and   booming   grounds   in   the   Pitt
Ulvpr, in  ihe District of New West-
i luster.  Province of  British  Oolum-
)a, nave iU-p__lt,_d with the Honora-
"" the Minister of Public Works, at
'"awa,   plans    of    said  booms  and
'ooming grounds, together with a de-
^'il'tion of the site thereof, and have
'��� " deposited a duplicate of each ln
tie office of the  Registrar  of  Deeds
"'   'he  said  District  of  New  West-
���"'nn.-r, in which district said works
��� re proposed to be constructed, in ac-
J'lriancc   with   the    requirements   ot
;-T!__?i 7  of the "Navigable Waters
,"��' ������ction Act," Chapter 115, Revised
-latntes nf C-nada, 1906.
fated June 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE  &   EDMONDS,
vi,   m     Sdldtora for
fit! River Lumler Co., Ltd.
Royal
Standard
AND   WHY   IT   IS   A   BETTER
FLOUR.
We use selected wheal from
lhe hem wheat producing regions of the Canadian West,
where the sunshine is long,
where the soil is rich, giving to
th,- wheat that quality of gluten
which makes the very tin, st
flour.      This  is  factor  No. 1.
Scientific milling which follows the wheat step by step, select ng only the besi an.l pun s;
portions of the wheat grain and
making it Into the most perfect
Hour.      This   i_   factor  No.  ..
Care exercised in storage and
marketing so that there is no
possibility Of deterioration from
the time the flour leaves our
hands until it readies you. This
is factor No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Standard Flour? And besides, in
every 49-lb. sack there Is a
numbered coupon entitling you
to a chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each mouth.
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THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909
The Daily News
Published by The Dully News Publish,
lng Company, Limited, at tin Ir offices.
Tho Daily News Block, corner ol McKenzie   and   Victor:,,   streets.
en to advise white ladies In charge
of Chinese clasaog to discontinue
these?
Tn know whether It would not be
well for tbe Polk,- Commissioners to
take steps at this ond to prevent an-
!other   Blsfe   Siege]   affair?
e.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
MONDAY, JULY  12, 1909
CANADA'S CREDIT.
Correspondence
(Tbe Haily .News is not responsible
for the opinion.- of Its corre pond en ts.)
"GET THE HABIT"
Musical Boxes
TO CLEAR.
EACH
The  Fair
\\> are informed by the Conservative press that th.* cash subscriptions
for the Canadian loan "ar... believed
to have be.-n on a more satisfactory
seal" than was at one time expected
Prom the ion,' of this Interesting announcement it might bv Imagined thai
difficulties   had   arisen   in   connection
646 Columbia Street.
If the writer of the'letter sign'.ng We buy for cash and sell for the same
himself Loyal Briton, will send bis
name (not necessarily for publication), to the editor, and thus conform
with the Invariable rule, hs letter will
bo  published.
WAR   CLOUD   LOWERS
IN    SOUTH   AMERICA
A   PEW   BARGAINS
Tw0  lots on   Eighth street between Third and ^^f^^^S.AS^'m* i-Th-au^f-l
A   full   sized   lot   on   the  cornsr of Seventh ave. and Sixth st. tor ��oou.uu
A few  lots on  Fifth avenue for $450 each  on easy terms.
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.    Good location.     This is a  snap.
Properties for sale  in  all  parts of the city.
All   kinds   of  documents   drawn.
See my list-
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE  169.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
La Paz, Bolivia, July 10.���Thousands of Bolivians attended the meeting In a puhlic square this afternoon
to   protest   against   the   arbitrary   de-
wit- the Boating of this loan and that
thr- credit of Canada was not as good
as it used to be. nut nothing of the
kind lias occurred, except In the
Imagination of the Conservative papers, on whos,. pan the expectancy clslon of Argentina iii the boundary range aner
has also heen- As a matter of fact dispute between Bolivia and Peru. It much lower
the loan was easily Boated in London
by the Minister of Finance, and at an
exceptionally  high  figure.     This clr-Moaa of national territory
cumstance   is   another  proof  that   tbe  ci'iim.'iit   has    apologized
Dominion   enjoys   the   best   credit   in
the    great    financial    centre  of    tho
FLEET
TO CRUISE   IN   EAST
is reported that th,. Bolivian govern
menl will refuse to accept the deci
sion, considering that it  implies tin
The gov
for the at
I tacks mad,- by the citizens on tin
Peruvian and Argentine Legations
and has promised to prevent a repeti-
world. and that the monetary pres-llon (>f lih.so al,aciiS. The street
tige which has heen attached to hor j mobs.,  however, continue to be  very
(luring  the  past  ten  years  has  In-no disorderly.	
way diminished.     The reason for this j ���
is nol far to seek. The Canadian ' AMERICAN
revenue is not only stable, in the
sense of being secure and unlikely to j
be jeopardized by any ordinary occur- j Washington, July 11.���Tentative ar-
rence, hut has shown a steady move- Irangements have been made by th.
mont upward year bv year. Nor aro .navy department to have the first and
there wanting signs that this Increase j second   divisions  of the   Pacific   fleet
cruis.- In Asiatic and Philippine wa-
wlll continue, for it is clear to the ter8 ,iuring the next autumn and win-
whole  world  that   the   future  of   the j ter.
Dominion must it�� one of continued j Rear Admiral Sebree, commander-
progress and expansion. '.,n'c .ief ��f the "^ wUl arralIBe tto
v   "             .      .             ,                        , 1 details.
Then  again  the steady  progress of |    Th(? ve8S(,ls probaMy will )eaw the
the country under the aegis of the! pacific coast late in August and re-
Liberal    administration    has b_en so j turn to th.    United States    late    in
marked.      The  Canadian  budget h��-iMarch-       	
for the past twelve years consistently
shown a surplus, generally quite large jSCANDAL IN JAPAN
Everyone buying a  range Should nV{   nne   thai   will   give   perfect   satis-   j
faction in cooking and baking, is economical'in Uie use of fuel, that is cool
to work over in tbe bote weather, and also easy  to operate and keep clean,   j
If you  wish to be satisfied ln thesereapects you    will    buy   an  Oxford   !
atfer   you   have   inspected   It.    The prices also of these ranges are
ower   than   those  'of   other    makes.      Call    iu    and    inspect  our
stock, .      ��� ,
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T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
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Lime Juice
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
EYES TESTED FREE.
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snd only in one year comparatively
small. These are 'be plain, unvarnished circumstances that ten-1 to ensure the continued confidence of British Investors.
If any
LEADS TO SUICIDE
Tokyo,  July   11.���M-    Sakao,   preBi-
dent of the Japan    Sugar Company,
convicted  during  th��  recent  trial of
the so-called    sugar    scandal    cases,
further proof of the steady Icommltted suicide today by shooting
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Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY AT ONCE.
Fraser   River   Tannery,   Ltd.
prosperity
needed,  it
were [himself through th�� head with a revolver.     Sakao    was    one    of    the
in-
of    the    Dominion
is to be found in tr_ ... ,���,���,,,.,, ^nane, nine of them
creased customs receipts for the pres- [members' of the lower house of the
ent financial year. These show quite'diet, on whom sentence was pro-
a large increase over those for tho | nounc.-d a few days ago. Sakao is
previous v_tr. Statisticians have 1 reputed to be worth a million.
long   been   accustomed   to   base  their ���__g__B_B____���-^^������-^^__;
computations in regard to the prosperity of a country upon Its customs
receipts. Tho rise and fall of these
form a sure and reliable Index to the
circumstances of the people. Thus,
when the inhabitants of a country
are living in easy, prosjiero'is circumstances, they purchase freely of luxuries, which are generally Imported;
but when times are bard, or the circumstances of the people are only
just comfortable or less, they at one,,
confine their purchases to the ii-cos
sarles of life, which are usually home
products  and  not  Imports,
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THE MARRIAGE MART
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of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novels
New   Copyrighi   Fiction $1.25 and $1.50
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English  6d.  Novels 20c, 3 for 50c
Seaside   Library    15c, 2 for 25c
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Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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NATURE SHAPED |
SHOES
Two news items which appeared in
pur columns Saturday may be said
to have possessed an interest iu common to at least some of our readers.
One of these related to the annual
marriage mart in the pretty Rhine
village of Ecaussines and the other
to the circumstanc
���lonny brides are on
ada  by    the    Alia
Even   today,   with  the  greai   i .1
that h
of the
1 lenient
is 11 decided shortage in the supply of 1
marriageable girls. Many a lonely
bachelor who, hy his labor and industry has attained a position of comfort
and perhaps Of modes! wealth, would [
be very glad to have such an oppor- j
tuniiy of choosing a bride us is fur- J
nishod by the fair established by the
inaidi, of EcauSsines. lt would probably be no exaggeration to say thai |
there are many hundreds Of such m
scattered over the Dominion, who 1
chance will feel a little envious of
good fortune of the sixteen good
lows to whom the brides trom
mother country ar,.. on their way to
make happy. Perhaps some ie-
sotii'cetnl person may lie able to devise some form of national gathering
for Canada thai may Serve the same
excellent purpose that the Rhine valley festival fulfils. Tn such an one
would go out the thanks of many a
weary and  troubled  heart.
WAITING
To know when tho government ln-
Uttiry into the Fraser bridge railway
(tiSi's'--r  will   be  held?
To know why there has been stub
a  disgraceful  delay  in  this matter?
To know why tho postal authorities
deface picture postcards by placing
tlie data stamp on the picture side?
To know whether steps will be tak-
D
Bit
arefootl
Joy
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
There is nothing a child jwilljen-
joy more, during the summer
^ _        season, than a pair of our Bare-
jXj foot Sandals.   Cool and easy on the feet, and lined
"Thei, way to'ca'i. SS with soft porous leather.   Barefoot Sandals for chil-
.ie w-SS M dren grow more popular every summer.   We are
uj��Z^TtSSX S showing several of the best styles in most all sizes, ffi
it of many large families, there   IT) *A\
i
Era These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut
I'" Rl shoes for children, and will last all summer.  L'~~	
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ASK YOUR  GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST  ARRIVED.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We will see that   you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.
P. O. Draws.  100.
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CHILDREN'S (sizes 3 to 71-2), pair $1.00
GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 101-2), pair    1.25
MISSES' (sizes 11 to 2), pair    1.50
BOYS' (sizes 3 to 5), pair    1.75
MENS' (sizes 6 to 10), pair    2.00
Secure w*
a pair today while they last.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
J
_ Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
Ek
Easter-brook Milling Company,
Eburne.   IV C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per Bbl-
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR .1.50 per Bbl.
McOuarrie & C o FL0UR AND FKEU merchant-.
FRONT STREET. New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Who is Mavius
Successor to
L. HAWEIS
Royal Studio
NEW  WESTMINSTER. M0NDAy, JULY 12, 1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
t-AOE KIVK.
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
.
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.
la while and colors, broken line-,
niirl slightly Boiled wash waists, val-
ues to .1.25, for, each 50c
An opportune time to secure a nice,
Bathing    Suit,    dark    colors,
trimmed  with   white,    alpaca  collar,
braid,    all  s'zes  from
$3 50.
$1.25 CHILDREN'S
WASH BONNETS, 35c.
��� very low price! But we intend
��������������� every on. of thes,. fancy
wash bonnets, shirring and embrold-
'!> trimmed, in numerous styles, and
all sizes. Regular values to $1.26
f,��    35c
75c  SILK  FOR 25c.
Only ten colors left of this extra
special offer, we want to clear the lot
If possible. The quantity sold last
week speaks well for the value of th'.s
snap.      Regular 75c. tor, per yard, 25c
$1.50 ROMPERS,
FOR 75c "    "
A Choice assortment of children's
rompers and beach suits, various colorings, braid trimmed, sizes from on-*
to ten years. Regular values to $150
for 75c
ART DEPARTMENT
See tiv. selection of Cushion. Covers
.unl Cushion Tops, a now stock of
these just to hand In linen, canvas,
etc, Floral or Oriental designs in all
wlorlngs 35c to 75c
Cushion Cords to match all covers
;""'   '"I'*1 35c,   60c   and  $1.00
LADIES'  VESTS,                           ~~    ~~
2  FOR  25c. '       '      "	
S|>eclal offer of undervests, white,
ribbed or plain; a regular 20c line, 250
of these to -ro at 2 for 25c
NEW  EMBROIDERED  COLLARS,
25c EACH.
Freah an-lvals In om fancy depart-
lni'u'' Ladies' deep turn down embroidered collars in all sizes, a choice
assortment at 25c
BATHING   SUIT  LUSTRES
In dn ik stripes and plain colors, ::ti
111 12 Inches wide. 25c, 35c, 40c and
50c per yard.
SPECIAL IN
LADIES'   SAILORS
I'liustial offer of straw sailors in
black and white, all our .stock of theS(.
goods worth from 75c to $1-25 to be
sold at one price, a bargain price, too,
four choice, each 50c
Cushion Tops, souvenirs of Ne_
Westminster, in a splendid variety of
designs and colors, from 75c
A wide range of Tapestry Cushion
Tops, full sizes, serviceable colors,
and neat patterns, from 65c
City News
for th
111    VI.
garden a:
Tl ly's
V*
At the Richmond range on Saturday
I-1 Chamberlln mad.. 91 at the
long range practice, In ing the top
scon   ,  with Arm.-Sergt.  Vouhill.
BS Transfer leaves every week day
e* -i.i Saturday al 3 p.m. for Ladner,
VI -iand  and   way  points. Sat-
ui I      al 2 p.m.; returning same day.
See advertisement In this issue        **
Foi   first-class cut flowers aad any
kin :   : Floral work, telephone Davie
Gi        ousi    R20S *.
J ;n rived, a carload of Ro iin
Hood I lour. Full assortmi nt of s zes
24, 49, 98, now in stock, Hale Broa.
_. Co., Ltd.
The   adjourned   picnic   ot     the   St. \
si.    len'g Sunday schools will be held ;
on  Wednesday to Stanley park, leaving    !.  Hani office al nine o'clock.   If
wei   weather prevails  on  Wednesday
the picnic will be held on Friday.
That Hght, delicious, wnoii some
bread you so much enjoyed at your
frii : house was made with Robin
Hood Flour. "
Ti : . -. grea. clearance sale of
pianos Wlll shortly close. Jump in
now and secure a bargain. **
The Children's Red Cross Society
of thin city will hold a luncheon at
Queens park this afternoon in aid of
the hospital. Tea auti Hghl refresh-
ments will be served in the Woman's
Building at th.- park, and all are Invited to pariat".
Shoe repairing done neatly and
quickly at A. Matheson,'s liliij Colum
bla street, by J. Ashman. **
On Twelfth street, near Fourth avenue, you can buy a good lot for $-00.
lOne hundred cash, and balance in
'small payments. Across the road five
lor six hundred dollars is being asked
for similar lots. This is an exceptional chancy for men employed in the
'carshops and mills to secure cheap
jlots handy to their work. White.
j Shiles & Co., city. ���*
JULY   1 2th
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.
FOR   SALE
A   SNAP   FOR   THE   RIGHT   PARTY
The   Old-Established   Business   of
THE STAR CANDY STORE
COU'MBIA STREET,
Lunch Rooms, lee 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.
j The attention of the public is drawn
to  the  new   regulations  in  regard  to
(bush fires this year. Kvery owner
of property who intends burning on
his land between the months of May
and October must obtain a permit in
writing from the nre warden of the
district before so doing. This regulation the government insists shall be
obeyed, and all offenders will be
strictly dealt with. Permits will be
Issued promptly  on  appiica'ion.
An insane man named Thomas
Henry Steele, an Englishman, was
brought down from Powell river on
Friday night and has been committed
to the asylum for the insane in this
city. Tbe unfortunate man had been
employed In a logging camp on Powell
lake.
Rev. E. J. Chave, pastor of the
Ladner Baptist church, spent the
week In Victoria, leaving Ladner last
Monday. While in the capital Rev.
Mr. Chave attended the convention of
the Baptist church of British Columbia, held on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday.
Mrs.. Howard, of Tonbrldge, Kent,
England (mother of H. Howard, tailor.
Ladner), has arrived In the Delta.
where she intends to reside and keep
house for her sons- Mrs. Howard
has been spending the |iast two or
three weeks In Fllmore, Sask., at the
home  of  another son.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEA8 AND COFFEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS, j^S!!^!^
TELEPHONE  97.
COLUMBIA 8TREET.
Visit Ci<y Today.
This  morning  the party  will come
over by ohservation car, and .ue met
Ihy members of the city council and
| local council of women at the tram
'office at 8:45.      They will be shown
over the Brunette Sawmills, probably
'occupying all the time available till
11lie departure  for Vancouver in  time
to take  a   drive,   round   Stanley   park
before catching the mid-day Victoria
1 boat.
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.
WIND   PREVENTS   FLIGHT
OF WRIGHT'S AEROPLANE
Washington, July 10.���Two thousand people who wailed several hours
at Fort Myei* today to see Orviile
Wright make an aeroplane flight, were
again disappointed on account of an
eighteen-mile wind. At 7 o'clock the
Wrights gave up all hop., of uial.iiig
a -flight today. For the flrst tryout
of their aeroplane since it has been
repaired the Wrights want perfect
weather conditions.
China Prays For Kam.
Washington, July 11.���Raising Ol
voices in prayer, the Chinese imperial government hopes, may he followed oy copious and greatly needed
rains and a consequent raising of
crops.
So dry has it been in China this
summer that the government has Issued a decree ordering a number of
th�� princes to offer up prayer for
rain.
A copy of this document has been
received   In   Washington.
DOG IN   LAP  KILLED
BY   LIGHTNING  BOLT
Uanbury, Conn., July 11���Miss Sadie Williams of New Hartfield, escaped unharmed when a bolt of lightning
killed a dog that lay in her lap. Miss
Williams, the daughter of Oscar B.
Williams, who has a country home
near Nevorsink Pond, was sitting on
the verandah when the storm came.
The dog, alarmed at the thunder and
lightning, ran to her to seek pTOtec-
t ion.
Miss Williams took him In her lap
and was trying to calm lnm when
there came a flash of light ning and a
ball of fir. which traversed the veran.
dah from end to end. Miss Williams
w*.s dazed by the flash. The dog, unmarked by the lightning, lay dead at
her  feet.
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Live Stock Insurance
Live stock Insurance hag 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 <he past. I represent the only
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and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminster,   June   23,   1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New    Wes.nilnster, 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 1 have already received cheque  for $200.00 ln
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to loae seme  valuable  stock,  enquire   for  particulars.
ALPRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE 62
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909.
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B.||C.
Electric   Chilliwack  Line  and  V. V.   and  E.  Cloverdale to  Sumas Railway.
fc*-'"'.      --.,!
"'���'. Yy'-J''?.f"3!!r*.rt*t:-'.
,.      - V        ���, *_f ���. :. *3*f.
Mail Service
I-'..How ing a-c the hours of despatch
and arrival Of mails at the New Westminster post Office, ihe hour given In
each vise being the limir of closing,
I which is half an hour, as a rule, bu-
Sealed tenders addressed t0 the un- fore the actual despatch. All mails,
dersigned and endorsed "Tenders for unless otherwise staled, are desnafeii-
Posl Ollice and Customs Finings at ied and received dally.except Sund_y.
Ladysmith. Ji. c., Public building, V The only mails dispatched and re
will be received until 4:30 p.m. on I cei veil Sunday are the G. N It. South
Monday.  June 21, 1909, for  the work  and C. P. R. east malls, not including
Officials Differ
on Lacrosse Field
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and in accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'bv Department.
Plans'and specifications may be
seen on application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Ladysmith, B. C., and at the Department
of Public Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  May  27.  1309.
the   way   mails,     Sapperton,
Mills and Coquitlam.
1- l'.iS.-l
Malls Despatched.
(Continued from Page One.)
quarter. One feature was the
lng of Alex, by Springer, who
ed him all the time.
Vancouver  Pulls   Up.
uvenirs
OF
THE   CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER    AND
JEWELRY   NOVELTIES.   SUM
MER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Starting off in the second Westmin
si_r attacked, but Matheson
with a long throw. After O'Brien had
failed, Lalonde equalised, receiving
fl im Godfrey. Gray was again tested,
and Charlie Oalbralth cleared. Play
00 a.m.  (closed at eleven o'clock Ireverted to the Vancouver net, where
superior tactics on the part Of the
I champions kept the green shirts on
and Victoria via the jump, Gibbons saving three times.
McConagiiy was not up to form, ami
Wlaldo Matheson had the brunt of the
defence. Hennessey came to the front
In some fine pas-sing, and Newsy Lalonde took a long shot, Tommy Gilford catching tha bull high in the air.
Tom Rennie, and Murray got mixed
up, but the referees did not Interfere,
and Godfrey scored. Folowing the
ball   from the face-off Alec  Turnbull
0
the  previous  niglu)���Vancouver    via
G. N. R, Owl.
_ a.m.���Vancouver
tB. C. Electric railway.
-  First C. P. R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mall for Abbo.siord and district, Clay burn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
_   a.m.���Blaine     and     Seattle,     in
eluding all D. S. points east aud soutii; '
and Hall's Prairie, Fernridge and Haz- I
leluiere. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and,netted
I had -iheed the teams on an equality
again, Vatheson received ten minutes
for bo*,   checking.    The next  goals
iwere p-ilned respectively by Cliff
Sprin. and Allen, the last goal being
dlspu-ed. Cunningham. tbe umpire,
_;" I   ii   was  no  goal,  and  refused  to
'give   way.   but   Man   B.irr   overruled
j 1Is <ioci_ion. Godfrey was also laid
'-ff in this quarter.
Finish   With   One   Referee.
In the fourth the captain of the
champions earned a lng. and two minutes from the start Len Turnbull
scored. Allen joined Gifford at the
fence. While they werc away Dave
Gibbons brought off a fine save. Tbe
referees failed to agi*.-,. about penalising Matheson again, Lynch having
handed him ,1 check, while Matt Barr
told him to stop. Matt blew bis whistle for the gome to go on, Fred to
stop -t. Con. Jones got into a disputation with Office,- McMurphy when
s.-.king to find out what the trouble
was, and while 'hey did not get to
j blows, some remarks expressive Of
mutual affection were exchanged. Like
the fairy tales, however, all ended
happily. Fred Lynch quit the _ llll��.
aud Con Jim. s qui. ted down. Bill
Turnbull scored again, and Hones Allen also found the net. In spit,, of
making desperate efforts th,. champions maintained theli lead to th ��� en 1.
Summary.
FIRST  QUARTER.
West minster���T. Rennie  8:00
Westminster���C. Spring   0:30
'Vancouver���Allen  8:00
SECOND QUARTER.
Vancouver���Lalonde 3:00
check-  Vancouver���Godfrey 10:00
watch-1 Westminster���A.  Turnbull   ..   ..   1:00
THIRD QUARTER.
Vancouver���Lalonde  6:00
Wesi minster���L.  Turnbull     0:15
saved | Vancouvei*���Lalonde     0:15
Westminster���C. Spring    5:30
Westminster���C. Spring     3:01
Vancouver���O'Brien     2:00
FOURTH QUARTER.
Westminster���L. Turnbull ...... 2:0n
Westminster���W. Turnbull    8:00
Vancouver���Allen     2:oo
Officials.
Ban-.     Judge  of   Play,
C.   A.   Welsh,   W.   B. :
|r
Referee.   M.
F. J. Lynch.
Timekeepers
Macdonald.
Penalty   timekeepers
Dr,  McGiiiiv.
coal  Umpires, u.  Cunningham
Fowler.
Penalties.
H    C.
minute   later.    The  ensuing
Saturdays. [exchanges  effected   nothing,   and   ihe j    First   Quarter���C.   Spring,   i_   min-
All Surrey mails are received from  teams heard the  bell end the second j utes).
Cloverdale, except  Hall's Prairie, Ha- quarter having -Token even, three all I     Second  Quarter-Gray   (5  minutes).
v.,vv re anil Fernrldge, which arrive on frhe  first quarter had been Westmin-|    Third   Quarter���Murray,  (i.   Spring,
the  Port  Guichon   train on   Tuesdays Ster's,   U'e   Second   certainly   favored   G.   Rennie.     (5   minutes   each);     W.
Thursday-   and   Saturdays. the  visitors. ' Matheson, Godfrey. 110 minutes each).
_   . _ Fourth Quarter���T. Gifford, (5 mln-
Dad Turnbull Injured. Ufa), Allen,   (5  minutes), T. Gifford
Gray had been penalised jusi before ("and Lalonde,  (to end of game).
the   close  of   the   quarter,    and    the
champions killed time till his arrival,
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
I way.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry    Hill, Tim-
Teams.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane.
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cenl. per
annum (present rate).
r.t_   __sets over $11.8,000,0110.00.
_E. '  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
berland   and   South   Westminster,   hy  Jlmm    Gifford b        ���   off      fine ,,,-  I    Th    tealng
courier (Tuesday and Friday). Murray  got a   tag   for  holding  Tom  WFSTMINSTER
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, hy courier.  Rennie  and soon aft(.r George Rennie I * '
2:no p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.     |joined him at the fence for a SlmlMar ?'??
2: HO p.m. (Summer months ciose ati breach   of  rules,  each   having a  five |Jj.  f\ionl
2:30 except  Saturday)��� Ladner,   Port  minutes rest.    Some quick scoring oc-'
J Guichon,  Westham    Island  and  Sun- curred during their absence.   Lalonde
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward, [having netted, Len Turnbull equalised
Tti.sday, Thursday and Saturday, via lin  15 seconds,  and  from the re-start
"J. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mail des- j Vancouver    obtained    another    from
patched and received via Vancouver.) {their inside.   It was at this stag, that
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    PiperJAleX. TurnUill met with an accident.
He was in mid-field when be collided
with Clarkson's stick, and it soon appeared he was seriously hurl. Dr.
Eoyle o* Vancouver was requisitioned and Wells Gray carried nim off
the field. Report came in that the
veteran  had  two ribs  broken.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayerg _ Preston
Office, Front 8L, Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nicomekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynehead on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. 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 G. N. R.
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Eraser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilll-
i wack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Lillooet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all noints east
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points, via U. N. R.
"Owl."
-:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 'o 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G, N, R.
10:00  to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner,  fort
iGufchon, Westham  Island and  (Tuesday.  Thursday and  Saturday)   Wood
waul, via sli inner J. C. Bruce. (Steve,
ton despatched and received via Van (
couver. i
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train 1
Bapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquit-
lam,
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central I'aikj
[and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier. |
2.'30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S, points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
(closed mai] from Sumas, and Seattle,
lnclud:n_ U. S. A. matter, and also
Frase.. Mills,
VI    Gifford
T. Rennie
, (L   Rennle
|W, Turnbull
C. Spring
C. P. Latham
A. Turnbull
L. Turnbull
OK Spring
Goal
Point
Cover.
1st  Defence.
2nd Defence
VANCOUVER
Gibbons
McConaghy
Matheson
Springer
Clarkson
Salmon Bellies Ahead.
Weldv Clark was laid off for the
re<*t of the (.Mile to even up. Doughy
String had gone back in goal when
Sandy was at the fence, and Westminster had scarcely recovered Gray
and Rennie, when Grumpy Spring re
Ca;iveJ a second term of rest. Matt
I air ���-(: I'inp determined to give him
no chance to score.    After his brother
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office   Eighth  St
3rd Defence. Clark
Centra       Hennessey
3rd- Home. Murray
2nd Home. Allen
1st Home. Godfrey
Outside O'Brien
Inside. Lalonde
COLDS
DAY
CANADIAN PACIFIC
BX. Coast _S. Sailings
Munyon's Cold Remedy Relieves the
head, throat und Uiugs .'ilmost Immediately. Checks Fevers, sii.ps Discharges of
the iiuse, takes uwny nil lichen 1111.I pains
Caused by colds. It cures Grip ana <.b-
Kilmite Coughs and prevents Pneumonia.
Price 25c.
Have you stiff nr swollen J..hits, no mutter how chronic? Ask your drugglBt for
Mnny.m'fl Itlieiiiiinlism Remedy and see
how quickly yon will lie cured.
If yon bave any kidney nr bladder trou-
ble get Munyon's Kidney Remedy.
Munyon's Vltnllzer mokes weak men
Strong aud restore-, lest powers,
WB ARE USIflG PURE CAHADIAH MILK IH
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafer..,
Cakes, Medallions, fu.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Dl
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
P. O. Box 474.
Tel
m
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lor CONRAD, CAKl'KOSS, ATLLN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except Bandar)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
crops and White Hon..- maintaining
a thorough winter service.
Kor information  apply  to
J. H. ROGERS. Traffic Manager.
Railway Time Tables
Gasoline Engines
We  Sell the Celeb.
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE   ENGINES
PALMER
BROS.TWO
AM) FOI  '(
���CYCLE 1
GASOL1NI \
ENGINES
Major,
H
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
.en.h Street,   ���   New Westmlruterl
Canadian Pacific Rail v.  yU
British Columbia Coast Lln��
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATIl.
ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Victoria leaves
p.m., going direct
lOUVer   11   p.m.,  going direct to
le  daily   except  Wednesday
S.S.   Charmer   leaves   Vanci
.111., daily  for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leave
.ouver, lu a.m. dal^, except I
or Victoria.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at iviO, U;5'J, 7:21) uud S:00
a.ni., and every hall hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 aud
_:00 a.m��� and every half hoar there- j WESTMIN5TER-VICTORIA
alter until 11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ror New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:80 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster,
Htafri
aj.
S.S. Trader will leave Victor
N.w Westminster every Tuesd
Leaves New Westminster oa
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st a:.
each   month   for   Quatsino   ar 1
ports;   twentieth   of   each   moi
Ahcuset,   Quatsino,   Cape     S< 1
way ports.
R-UT-
tor I
.....
: m
4%
tb l��
1 ail
Great   Northern R
lilway.
Lv.
N.W.  t
:.(! a
m.;
ar.
Seattle
p.m
Lv,
N.   W.
11 11
in.;
ar.
Seattle
p.m
Lv.
N. W.
4:32
i.m.;
ar.
Seattl,'
��.m
bv,
N. W.
2:10
a.m.;
ar.
Seattle
a.m
Lv.
Seattle
8:05
a.m.;
ar
N. W.
p.m
Lv.
Seattle
4:35
p.m.;
ar
N. W.
p.m
Lv.
Seattle
11:4.
p.m
; ar. N.W.
a.m
I.v.
Seattle
12:25
p.m
;  ar. N.W.
p.m
VANCOUVERNANAIMO ROUTE,
8.S. Joan.
Leave  Vancouver  2 p.m. dally, tr
{-'cept  Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo nl 7
am.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
un. 26 and July 9.
Princess May leaves W.i.coutjt
une If- and July 2.
��� 1
-. i
DO 1
9
40 |
1
15
���>
55
9
30
6
20
6
25
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE
Princess Beatrice leaves Van..
June Ij aud July 3.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New WestmlnBrer on Tuesday at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In cl*y
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
1:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Gulchon C a.m. each week
day;   arrives  S:..o a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally excepi   Sunday;   ar. Gulchon  at.  7  p.m.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL  SERVICE.
SS.  Que\-n  City  leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two wfrtl
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S. Beaver.
From New Westminster Monda.,
Wednesday and Friday al 8 a m
From Chilliwack Tuesday. Tb irsd-*.
anil Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   ani   Infnri      n
?alI op address
ED.  GOIII-I. I
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. POSTER,
Asst  Gen.   Pass. Agent.  Van.     ������r-
J. W.  'I'UUII'
General Superintendent vi.
FROM VANCOUVER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
jt>.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.60.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.60 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
��� atches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn  doors  from   Ceo. A Jams. Groctr
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
���DVOD
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing Prom Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress of  Britain    July  16
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
To Seattle���Daily at 11 p.m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at 10 a.m. and
1 p.m.
To Alaska���Every Saturday at 11
p.m.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
at 11 p.m.
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
and 16th of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p. 1.; Saturday
at 8 p.m.
To Nanaimo���Daily at 2  p.m.
FROM   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Upper Fraser riv<_- to Chilliwack
and way points���Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster at 8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; returning leaves Chilliwack at 7 a-m. on
Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday.
For further particulars call or address
ED. GOULET, Agent,
New Westminster.
Fish
Or
C.  B.  Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vanoouver, b.
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.  BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVE8, Local Manager, COLUMBIA
STREET.    PHONE  101 ,,ONDAY. JULY 12.
1909.
THE   DAIL_   NEWS.
PAGE   3KVEH.
HT10N. VEAl POHK
Fresn
Pork
Sausages  dally-
Best  of  Farmer'.
Pork.
 --"S!^
Prime Ribs Beef
Choice
Juicy   Steaks.
PACIFIC
| Meat Market
>hone 192
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f
Women of Many Nations
Tbi.
- : .Ufa*.
ll :   did   not.
Thi. ���    : oar . -
I*.-   i   ir     , n.   . . l! ���'-*���  orpuans,  sauna
uiuoi   HCOIblii  .Id.   ,d man WM mva A>
&
M-MK\LMV & AMihHSD.V
4p*
Columbia St.
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.
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-v     :��� IH   .. -r, ur* so
things    in  \., .tern
.null   Ql ..   dl :    li .:
.i   ��� il
Rlghti of Citizenship,
Macmtllan   of Bdln-
MIADA
I,    ; il .    graceful  and
then      |   ...   mi   " i iv
of   i v.    Inter
.".. ���. ..I ��  u was found-
' : ce th    go .....   in a-..
���' I law       v. om. n  a ki d  thai i
rule t>.     iin. i, wIthoui       \n .
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Minoi Strest
SEATTLE
RATES :
Room   $1   p-r   day   up.
Room   and   board  $2.50  per  day  up
Foom  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board %4 per day
All  Hitside rooms, with hot and cold
water   -'"am bent, long distance ' ���'���
phone. 'Una meets all train-, ami
CARLETON  GILBERT,  Mgr
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[Gasoline Tanks and \
Fishermen's Supplies*
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
| Trusi Block, Front St., New Westminster
1**********444
G ��� v.  - gs   From   Australia
repi    ��� '     i     y Mrs
��� ���     ol    the    Nation tl dlvia ., i  thai  now  t___
.   Save  ill-  Kill--' wa      ��� to all nations
-   she  '��� vi.'   i n ward, color,         mlUed the fai I
i - bi i_.i'i,  wai .     |   i  _,,  bo ;l  _;, v...       i .
applause     ' i    brln {;won    .  ��� ,. ,   was a  va it  amouni  11
p op ���    undi r the admlnli ratlve a 111 .   i oing to
.i: Ier the sami           the)In Can
Words iniieii her, she etc'   l.     troirt  voting.      Ari   women
��ald,   ti    : Canadian   hospital- In   -l   class?     When  i spinster was
i wil    ���    ack trom i ils mag- silo.        o voti   i noi   things,  ll
��� Ilttli     id i" Ba.   ����� ������ '���'������ rted  this      d squalttli ,
-   n   V      VustfaUa also Whj      ould  It?      I    marriage equal
had  v. little '" '      ���   and lunacy?     Governmenl
���im.. ... ed   Inc.   the bill ls -**';;i to exlBi  onlj   u,   the ooneeni
i".I    the  prognostics/ of tl       iverned      is that 'rue?     Do
v..ii- ol ������    gl is      Th.   women women qoi have to abide bl  the '���'""
i for    the  better at  of   the Why do women want tl    vote?     Koi
home 'be name reason men want it,     \\<i
.  Btriti   then  brought her mes- man  i,   said to be speclallj   adapted
Sage  trom    Uie  national    council  of for  the  home, ye'    regulations  were
Germany,      As  did    the others, she made tor   the home   and  tor young
Bpoke in  English.     "Gentlemen and children  by  men only,      Men oould
ladies,"    she    began      unconsclouslj nol make just laws for women with-
showing the standing of thi   sexes In oui aid ol women anj  more than wo.
Germany.     The ladles preceding had "ten could alone make Jusi laws tor
.   en of good results In Norway and tnen-       In Quebec homestea i  rights
Australia      She coul i ri port none as were given to women for ten or twelve
yet in eGrmany.     They wer,. striving years, then taken from them.     !���  [s
Shi   thanked   the    "local  councl  ot dlfficull   to  take awa-   the  rights  of
viminen"   for   Its  hospitality, voters.     Men <i 1 <i not mean to be so
���      _ u    p.,-,-._ unjust     They dill not  realize a wo
Denmark and Her Dairies. .^ sUm,       |t ..^ ^ ^ ja|,  ^
4\ Next came greetings from the na-1 education was not good for women
tional council of Denmark, repre- |and ,,,.. flrSt woman Who wanted to
seated by Fran Anna Buch, a little,latMi ��� ���..|100] w ,���ach gjr,s U| ..,..���,
slender lady in lawn. It she Were wag Ukvn to a doctor tn hav,. her
speaking lier own language vi- could 'sanity tested. Canada was new, and
better express her feelings over the
grand prairies, "Seas on both sides.'
Canada filled her. Denmark was very
small, but there was Bome likeness,
The more we could see of each other
the more we could lam. We could
learn trom the dairies ln Donmark.
Mrs.  Grannis   then    spoke  for   the
.jHKKES
It is {., {he ndvanlascc
of every  housekeeper
in Canada, to use thorn
Ms     Baking Powder.
QUI��tt _ Perfumed Lye.
lllli I n..i Hn .... | P.m.l.T.
Qlllett*i . ran. i ti..
Royal Yeest C_ki
OHIstt'i Mammoth Bin*.
Magic Bakln -     v
(UUstt'sWashta [Crystal.
MADE FOR OVER
B0 YEARS
(Esl-bllihc. US)
�� W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.. Toronto. OnL
Island. Dated. June 8th, 1909. Applying for the whole island contain-
lng 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per .    H.  ford, Agent.
Dated June t"t.b. 1909.
[Form  No   9.]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District ol  v. a.    Range one.
Take nvi,,. thai . li lines Watson, or
Vancouver, B, iv occupation   tanner,
Intends to apply for permission to par.
chase the following described lands:
Commen. mg at a  po I   planted on
the  northeast   shore of    owl  island.
Dated June 6th   1909.     Applying for
the whole Island, containing iiv acres
ii ��� or li ss
JAMES   - a isv.v
Par S. ll.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
1 Form No  B |
LAND ACT.
Form of  Notice.
DIstr n in. Ooasi  Range One.
'lake notice that O, li. Anderson, ol
Vancouver, B, C.
intends to apply
purchase   the   following     described
anils:
Commencing at a post planted in a
mall hay on north shore Of Kerry Is-
land, dated June 4th, 1909. Apply-
ng for Uie whole island, containing
100 acres more or less
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,   Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
[Form No  9 ]
LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooasi   Range One,
Take notice thai Bergeta   Uidei ion,
of Vancouver, n. iv <;< cupatlo ,. lady,
Intends to applj for permlssl n to purchase tha following de crlbed lands:
Commencing a<  a post  planted  In
ih... hay ai northwest ooraer of Maud
viand,   the   largest   island   in   Ihe   In
dian  ���.roup.     Dated June 6th,  1909.
occupation, jeweler.
for    p.-mission to Applying   for  the  whole   Island,  con
mining  60 acres  more or less.
BERGETA AN-i-RSON,
Par  S.  II.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June t'.th,  1909.
IForm  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
.rand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toru__to,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
vl all the principal business centers of
fTARlO, QUEBEC am) the MARI-
1ME PROVINCES.
1UFFAL0, NEW YORK and
Wiagara Falls.
TIME TABLE-
S.S- Kerland
could, if she would, avert all the evils
Ithe old country was staggering under.
The  British  Council.
Miss .lames, organizing secretary of
,the National Council of Great Britain.
j-poke on the work of the council.
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l'nited States. She -panted to giveji897 with the International body. One
one word to the friends of Canada, j practical thing they bad done was to
Th_ United States always brought up get licenses for the hundred and more
the rear. Theirs had been a umr ofl dance halls and places of low repute
constant thanksgiving In obedience to ln Derby cancelled,
the good book's command. "Give | Mrs. Hicks then closed the meeting
thanks continuously." Sh. noticed! with "The Mother in Public Lif-.
that ln Canada men had co-operated j-phe future of the state depends on
with the brains of the women lap- the mother. Evvry child has a
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States, expected good things front iWnat we are, not what we haw. The
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���poke for Canada's National Council. |The reason so many systems in phll-
Montreal was five times larger than janthropy haw failed is because father
Vancouver but we were making his-j Spirit has managed them instead of
tory. Our enthusiasm was in our-1 mother spirit. Judge Lindsay ot
selves. She brought one message .Denver was a womanly man See
from Toronto. To seek In the next!what h. was doing,
quinquennial at Rome equal pay for After the meeting Mrs. C. 11. Bee-
equai work, equal rights with equal cher, the first president of tlie Van-
responsibility, and an equal standard |couver council, threw open her home
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LAND  ACT.
Form of Notice.
District   of  Coast   Range  One.
Take notice that Frank Jaoobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, tar-
mer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted   in
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One. ,    , ,     , ���     .
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of i?,81"!'" ^ ��n north Shore of  Bead
Vancouver,,   B.   C, occupation, lady, M���*- ,*>*_* ^ bth   1909.     Ap-
plying  for  the  whole  Island, containing 80 acres more or less.
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoBsls Island, a
small island south of Turner island.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying Tor
the whole Island, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA  ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  KORD,  Agent
Dated June tith,  1909.
of morals for both sexes.
to the  entire delegation,  and  served
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[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast   Range One.
Take notice that .lohn Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay nt northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form  No. 9.J
LAND ACT.
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Form of Notice.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take  notice   that   Ralph   Jacobson,
|Of  Vancouver,  B.  C occupation, lar-
Imer, intends to  apply  for  permission
'to  purchase  the  following  described
lands:
Commencing  at  a  post   planted on
the southeast shore in a small hay on
Compton   island.      Dated    June    tth,
1909.     Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOIISON,
Per s. H. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 4th, 1009.
PRANK JACOBSON.    ���
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
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LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends k) apply for permission to purchase the followiug described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
t_e north shore of Crib island. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more or Icbs.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S. H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
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you can see the largest Btock of new
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lite city.
. I have a splendid Cream Separator
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Come and see how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere. -
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on ths Wheel.'
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
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Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, car-
lienter, intends to apply for permission to pur-base the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated June 4th. 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Par S.  11.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Albert Hunt, ot
Vancouver B. O. occupation farmer,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the     following     doscrlheil
lands:
Commencing at a poBt planted tu
bay on north shore of Kees island.
one of the Anderson group- Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole  Island,    containing    160  acres
more or less. ���_.���,_,
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
office 'Phone 18&.      Barn   Phoue til
Columbln   Stree..
Baggage   dcllveieu    promptly    to
any  part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT,
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
F. W. PARKER.
Form of Notice.
District of  Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, salesman, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of John island, an ls-
5���Asylum,
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12���St. Mary's Hospital.
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SCYTHES,       SNATHS,       HAY-
RAKES,      SCYTHE      STONES,
HAY FORKS.
I LOCAL OFFICIAL
WON'T RESIGN
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE   HAVE  A   SCYTHE  "MADE
IN     SWEDEN,"     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND   TO   YOU.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
President Lynch Has No Intension of Quitting Ref-
ereeship.
Don't forget J. H. Toddv s;tie of
musical instruments continues al: this
week. The store will be open every
���evening. Those wanting musical
Instruments at great bargains do not
fail to attend this sale.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop.
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DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if  you mention  this  paper.
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"I have noi the faintest intention
of resigning my office ns a referee. I
feel perfectly sure thai I was rig.li.
in my action on Saturday, and can i
jsee that there is an.i reason for me
.to .-veil  think of such a  thing." _
Such was the statem. m made bj
President Lynch of the local lacrosse
club, in answer to an enquiry as to
the truth of a statement appearing
in Sunday's N tvs-Advertiuer to the
effect that hi' bad s.gnili. d liis mt.u-
tion oi resigning his offlce oi referw
I u once.
The repo. t furth. r stated ih.it
President Ton" Jones oi the Van
loouvei -.lub had Bald thai Ainu linn
mi.I Lionel Voike would also resign.
"Yorke and Barr may resign if thej
fee)  like  it.'  said   Mr.  Lyncn,  as  for
myself. 1 staj  right  where I am."
Had Good Cause.
Fied. Lynch left Saturday's game
und wltfc good can.-e In iln. coins.
|of ins duties ii was necessary lo hand
a check to W. Matheson for what he
considered a foul play, .Matt. Ban-
rushed up. seized tne time check <>ut
of Mathesons hand, und told him to
go on plaj ing. Has anything ever
j happened on any field of sport so
raw?
Fred. Lynch says that in all the
years lie has played, he lias never
witnessed such nn act before, 'and
very properly refused to continue with
nn Official on ih.- field who apparently had lost his head, and did not
know  what he was doing. a
Rules  Not  Followed.
Thai this was the case would seem j
to b further proved by Ban's action ^
in  regard  to the disputed  goal.
The sporting editor of the News-
Advertlser makes the statement that
"when the Westminster goai umpire
refused to raise his hand when the
Vancouver* scored a goal, Mr. Balr,
who had seen the ball go into the
nel, very promptly overruled the umpire and awarded the goal to the
local team,"
j    The   Westminster goal   umpire did
mot refuse to put up his hand; he was
| there as goal  umpire, and  he said it
was no  goal,  and  says  so  now.  The
j editor of the  News-Advertiser should
I consult  his  rules  where  Rule  7,  section ,'i on the duties of umpires, states
that "his (the umpire's) decision shall
he final.''      If Matt. Barr thought the
I umpire   was   not  doing   his   duuy,  he
jcould  have  replaced  him;   but Matt
(Barr knew  better.
Cold Feet  Here.
At the beginning of the season both
Vancouver and Westminster agreed
on two referees from each city. Now,
of course, Westminster I? winning,
and Vancouver wants another row.
Con Jones suggests impartial referees; an insult to the referees now
acting.
Clean Sport Wanted.
If the boys are left to play the
game out, ihey will; but it is the
eternal knock knock knocking of the
financial interests behind that causes
tbe trouble,
In New Westminster both players
and officials have been .brought up to
the game and no four-ftuBherg are
over here to cry "we are betrayed"
when a game is lost.
LADIES:
We have a large and up40-date assortment of girls' and misses' dresses  in  sizes up to 16 years.      Prices from 75c up.
Ladles   blouses  ranging up to $3.65  to clear at, each    95c
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
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FAILS TO CROSS AMERICA
IN CENTURY OF DAYS
New York, July 11.���Eastern sports-
. men  are  today  observing  with  Inter-
|est   the   progress  of  Edward  _>ayso,i
: Weston, the walker, who is now plodding  across    the  lordly     Sierras  'n
j California  on   the  last  swing of his
transcontinental   walk   from   this  city
to San Francisco In 100 days.      This j
is  the  ninety-ninth  day  and  Weston j
has ���'���'ill over 200 miles to go over the l
mountains so that his effort to make
the  distance of  about   4000  miles  In l
a  century  of  days  appears   to  have
failed, but he has established a feat j
of  pedestiianlsm  thai   will   probably
remain  unequaled for a long 'line to '
CIVIC   HOLIDAY.
At th��. request of Hi.- Orange Celebration committt-.' I hereby declare
Monday, the 12th Inst., from 1 p.m.
to fi p.m. a civic half-holiday, and respectfully invite the cltizns generally
so lo observe the same.
W. H. KEARY,
Mayor.
Mayor's offlce, July 8, 1909.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to ib�� placed on the Household Voters'
List will berec-ived 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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Regular 50c values for Hue. Five
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luce or in plain ankle length; all
sizes, 3_ 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 summer clothing. These
serviceable dresses are made of best
English white lawn neatly tr.mined
with embroidery und insertion, also
colored percale with a variety of
trimmings. Sizes aTe suitable for
girls and misses from 8 to 16 years.
No line is complete in the range of
sizes 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
Thlrtj pieces of heavy guipure laceg
and Insi rtlons, Oriental laces and Insertions, wide Valenciennes laces in
odd lengths and various wi.iihs. Reg.
ular values :'.:,v to 60c. The lot Va
clear, i er yard   25c
TWO   WORTHY   LINES OF
BOYS' HEAVY COTTON  HOSE,
25c  PER   PAIR
We handle two special lines of
iKiys' heavy col ton hose at this price.
Otiv is known as the "Peerless,'' u
substantial Canadian make, und the
other is known as the "Daer Hide,"
an American made hose. They are
the best iin.-s we can procuree for
boys' use Ihey are line ri-bod,
heavy     and     fust     color,     black;   all
siz.-i-, 5 to 10 Inches,     Your choice
of either make, per pair 25c
REMEMBER  THE  SNAP
IN   LADIES'  LISLE   HOSE.
50c PER  PAIR
Regular  60c  to    76c.      Dozens    of
women  have avulivd    themselves ol
this special hosiery offer. 2U.I pair
of tan, brown, black and while lisle
hosiery in plain colors with embroidered designs; also fancy lace front
lisle; sizes 8 1-2 to 10 inches. Tho
lot to clear,  per pair 50c
LADIES'   WHITE   AND   BLACK
UNDERSKIRTS,
95c   EACH.
Fifty only, Indies' black sateen underskirts, with I> or 3 ruffles; black
moreen underskirts, und white cambric underskirt!- with embroidered
frill and underneath dt_t ruffle, or
nicely tucked hemstitched Bounce,
Sizes 38, 40, and 42, Special to clear
each 95c
SASH AND
COLLAR BUCKLES,
The latest noveltk-s In these up-to-
date belt und collar fasteners are here
in a splendid collection. Many new
styles shown of souvenir Billik.n and
fancy Moral designs.      Each 25c to $1
KNITTED CORSET COVERS,
High,   tight-fitting,  lightweight   knitted  corset   covers;  all sizes, each 36c
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
TEDDY WAISTS
The ideal Skellton shoulder waists
to which are attached elastic hose
supporters. Teddy waists relieve the
Children of the necessity of wearing a
heavy waist dining Un- warm weather.      All sizes.    Kaeh    50c
PEARL VEST
OR DRESS BUTTONS
Freshwater pearl buttons In detachable style; a new lot just iu, all
sizes.
BUTTON MOULDS.
Wooden buiton moulds in all sizes,
just to band.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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