BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Aug 22, 1908

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0316933.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0316933.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0316933-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0316933-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0316933-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0316933-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0316933-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0316933-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0316933-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0316933.ris

Full Text

 ^T0 -s vit,oj_
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NC^WFSJM1NSTER,B.C
����
806! 8�� gny
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   SAT1 RDAY MORNING. AUGUST 22, 1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
STREET LETTER BOXES   ��� mBBUB
Somber eorty-threei   "���jy���0"
Oity Will Be Well Supplied
With Mail Receptacles-
Three Collections Daily.
Championship     Lacrosse     Match     Be-
tweenCapital   City Athletes and
Westminster  Boys.
Forty-tire,  streel letter boxes will
iu this city  before the end
tlie work of In-
being due to com-
thin a shorl  time.   Tenders
tl���, collecting and carrying of tho
to
from
be In use '
of the present year
stalling the same
DK'D"    '���"
fur
mail from tbe letter boxes to tho post
offlc( an being called for, and will
be rec ived by the ikiMmaster-general
untl] B00n on Friday, October 2.
u ,(,,. presenl time there arc only
eight street letter Iwxes In the city,
six of these being now re-numbered
5, ;, 15, 1��, 25 and 32, while the remaining two have been moved from
Fifth avenue and Tenth street
Fourth aveuue and Tenth, and
Royal a*..nue and Eighth street to
Toronto Place and Eighth street.
Th�� collection of letters wlll be on
the following basis: Boxes Nos. 1 to
���3 inclusive, to be collected daily,
commencing at 7 a.m. and delivering
an contents at tbe post office by 10
a.m. This route covers a distance of
thirteen miles.
boxes Nos. la> to 36, which are to be
collected daily except Sunday, commencing at 1:30 a.m. and completing
the round at 1 pm., the,total distance being about flve miles. The last
route takes In boxes 21 to 36, which
are to be collected every day except
Sunday between the hours of 5:30 and
��:30 n.m. The actual time of collection at each box will he shown on a
metal plate placed in a conspicuous
position on the letter receptacle.
Following is the complete    list    of
Btreel icier boxes, together with their
location and numerical diBlgnation:
Box No. Situation.
1-Bgbth Ave. and Thirteenth St-
.-Eighth  Ave.  and   Eighth   St.
3���Seventh   Ave   and   Fourth   St.
4-Si.v;i Ave, and  Third  St.
SU -   Vvi    md Sixth St.
ii���_ix'.u Ave. aud Ninth St.
7���Si\t:i   Vve,  aud Twelfth Si.
'���..x'.\   \\.    aud  Fourteenth St.
9���Fifth   v,-    and  Fourteenth St.
10-Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
11���Fourth Avenue and Tenth Si.
12���Fourth  Vve, an 1 Seventh St.
13���Fourth Ave. ani  Fourth St.
14���Fo irth   *- ������   and Second St.
15���Thir i  Vve. and Second St.
16   Q li ��� :i    Vve   and First  St.
11  Quei      Vvi   and Third St.
18���Queens   Ave. and  Sixth  St.
'������   Q ,���-���*,    Vve   and Tenth St.
20   Eighth 3*1   and Toronto Place.
21���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
-���'   Vgm   and Tenth sis
\- ��� : Seventh Sts.
'��� n      -:! Fourth Sts
2i    Vgm       id Elliot*!  Sts.
ii      nd D tfferin Sts.
27���C ,1.- opold   Sts.
'-*   ', ern   Rallwaj   Station
29���C |  ;. Hotl  Sis.
��� !. Fourth Sts,
���   Vh xander Sis.
nd Tenth Sts
iti !.   Fronl   Si
Mi Kenzie SI
��� n Square.
Building,
in i  Ki arj   Si i,
:.    rj   Sts,
Di tillery Road.
Vve   and Richmond  st
-    in I Keary Sts.
and   Alberta Sts.
Columbia and Front Sts
Considerable interest is beini-; taken
in the championship Intermediate lacrosse match to be played at Queens
park this afternoon between the
Capital City athletes and a picked
Westminster team, That the end of
the fourth quarter will see the local
lads with a good lead in their favor no
one doubts, as Westminster has by
far the strongest team of intermediates In this province at the present time. The Victoria lineup will be
reinforced by at least four senior
players, but even with this strengthening, they are not likely to be able to
net the rubber often enough to secure
the victory.
Tt.e game is due to start at three
o'clock sharp. As arrangements have
been made for a baseball game to be
played on the oval after the lacrosse
game, this is the latest hour at which
a start can possibly be made, and for
this reason a start on time���a rare
thing in intermediate lacrosre matches
in this city���will likely be In order today.
Tht- complete Victoria lineup has
Route No. 2 takes In not yet reached the manager of the
local team, but it will be almost the
same as that met and defeated in Victoria a couple of weeks ago. The
Westminsters will have the following
Strong aggregation on the field: Munu,
goal; Peele, point; Marshall, cover
point; Galbralth, first defence;
Robertson, second defence; C. Spring,
third defence; W. Warwick, centre;
K. Warwick, tbird home; A. Smith,
second home; Henry, first home; G.
Spring, outside home; Swanson, inside home.
EXHIBITION WILL WIINESS GREAT
GATHERING Of NOTABLE VISITORS
City Council Will Be Asked by Board of  Control  to  Con-
tribute   Two  Thousand   Dollars   Out   of   General
Revenve in Lieu of Public Subscriptions   Many
Attractions Arranged and Others Projected.
STEAMER WILL tATER TO    ERA OF PROSPERITY
RIVER FREIGHT TRAFFIC      mm AJ ^
New   Boat   Will   Replace   Favourite  on
Run from Mission to Westminster*���Will Run to Vancouver.
The welcomi news was received In.storekeepers to contribute to every
the citj yesterday that Earl Grey, the object, the exhibition was a civic as-
governor-general, will visit the    nro- 8et< and shu"ld b�� charged    to   the
TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL
NAMES CONGRESS DELEGATE
H.  Stoney   Will   Have  Trip  Across
Continent���Work Reported to Be
Slack  in City at  Present.
At a tueetiug of the trades and
labor council was held lasl evening to
elect a delegate to the trades congress
uf Canada meeting in Halifax next
month .1. .1. Randolph, president, occupied tbe chair. The names of K. \.
Stonej and C. Feeney were submitted,
the former having a majority vote of
one. To raise the money this journey,
a smoker will be held shortly ami
other schemes adopted. A committee
to arrange this social gathering was
appointed.
Work was reported to be somewhat
-lack in iho city, and owing to the
machinists' strike this new union has
nol yet been organized Nothing will
done I'll a settlement with the C
l
set,
whole of the ratepayers. Some at
present, while large non-resident owners, paid nothing at all. '. sum
was too small for the inatt. o be
called in question.
Ultimately it  was decided ap-
IKjlnt a deputation consistin; *, ;* the
chairman, Sheriff Armstrong �� d Mr.
Peck tu interview the counci|5 Mon
day night, ^nd put the cas-~ aefore
them. *
Committees.
Some of the  principal    cc ������'��� littees
chosen were:
Lacrosse���Rev. J  S. Hend     m, R.
-Jardine and Nelst Nelson.
Grounds���.\iu. Garrett, J. G. Brymner and A. Hardman.
Decorations���P.    T.    Bowler,    Fire
Chief Watson and Aid. Gray.
Special features���Sheriff Armstrong,
.James Uamy, W. E. Vanstone and J.
W. .McDonald.
Collecting from wholesalers���George
|���     Adams, C. A. Welsh, D. Gilchrist, Aid.
���** Pader, A. Hardman and D. S. Curtis.
Many Attractions. Billeting���Aid,   Garrett,   to   select
T. .1. Tra,pp, president, occupied the  assistants
chair, and there were present C.   A. ,
Welsh and W. H. Keary representing' The ToP  Hat Co^P8*1*-
the board of control, and the follow- ,
pro
vinclal exhibition when on tho coast
next month. The Information comes
Irom a well informed source.
The board of control of the R. A.
& 1. society is assured of the presence <if ixird Strathcona, high commissioner for Canada, who comes
here to assist iu the celebration of
the Fraser centennial, his uncle, Mr.
Stuart, having been Simon Fraser's
chief lieutenant.
These announcements were made
by Manager Keary at a meeting of
the city directors of the Royal Agricul-
tural & Industrial society last evening
at the city hall, called to discuss the
amusements for the forthcoming exhibition. He also stated that there
was considerable likelihood of Sir
Wilfrid I_aurier being on the coast
about that time, and if so, he would
visit New Westminster.
Commencing Monday     morning,    a
new freight steamer will be placed on
ihe Fraser river, running from Mission
City to Johnson's wharf, Vancouver,
and calling at all intermediate points.
The boat, known as the "McCulloch,"
will leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and will leave Mission City at. the
same hour on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays. Tbe "McCulloch" will
berth at the Brackman-Ker wharf in
this city.
That the latest addition to the river
steamers will come in for a good
measure of support from the up-river
farmers is assured, as the fact that
she will run straight to Vancouver
will obviate the necessity of transferring produce to that city over the
1!. C. E. R, lines, in consequence   of
LargeNumber of SettlersAre
Arriving in District-Improving Waterworks.
which a cheaper rate than at present
j governs the handling of freight is as-
sured, D. >_. MacGowan, who is part
owner in the craft, will act as pursar
and manager. All communications
with respect to the service should be
addressed to him.
The choice of the reception commit-
i��g 'lir- tors. Aid. Uariett, .!. H. Wat- tee ��*upled a considerable time, and
sam John Peck, Nels Nelson, Robert as ,jne member said, any one with de-
Jardine, T. J. Armstrong, Rev. J. S. cw" ">��"���� -"d �� <*'���< ll*t anJ wiu"
Henderson, A. Hardman, C. C. Fisher in8 lu ���k- ����" be eligible.   Names
of nearly all the principal men in the
and S. G. Tidy.
In the course, of an explanatory
statement the manager said tp<- d.'rec-
tora in the interior thought the city
directors should secure and make all
arrangements for the attractions. They
bad a vi ry good list offered for this
year. He might mention thtat. the Sons
ot* Scotland would take over the corn-
city were suggested, and about twenty
appointed a committee, wiih power to
add to their number, to receive tbe
distinguished guests above mentioned,
as well as railway magnates expected
from the east and south.
Assurances  and   Suggestions.
The    members   of the    B. C.    Fire
R. la arrive 1 at.
It wi, decided to write w
kenzie King, deputy minister of la
askln    '     the secretary  of th    ���
0 , the official coi respondent In
this district of the La ir Gazette the
government publication.
RUSTLERS RETURN TO
COMBAT ONCE AGAIN
plete control of the arrangements on  Chiefs .and Firemen's association will
Wednesday, Sept. 30, and among their be    presented    with    badges    cem-
ai li ael ions had a relay race, for which   morating  the-    occasion,    when    they
there were already five entries.   The gather on September 28-30.
organization asked for a grant of $4oi. Would   Exalt   Aldermen.
from the BOclety, which w.as at   once      A suggested attraction was a Hying
passed. machine ascent, and  the special bait
Manager Keary said that as far as offered was a trip for the aldermen,
the Fraser centennial celebration was which led Kev. J. S. Henderson to re-
concerned, the contract for the nwaii- mark tbat they would be "exalted."
ment was in hand with Mr. McKay, The expense of this feature, If adopt-
and he bad no fear that the money e.d. wil] be considerable.
won!,! be forthcoming. For children's  day   there  will   be a
The historical exhibit would prove greal boys* brigade gathering from
an Immense success, and there were all the coast and towns, the lioys'
numerous promises of old documents, hand of Kev. Silva White's church,
pictures etc. They had now to enter- Nanaimo, attending. There wiil be
tain a number of   notables,   and    it large contingents from Vancouver, as
w0Uld i necessary to elect a recep- a special rate will be in force on thelof sand which to the naV
tion committee, as there were num- B.C.E.R. A committee was appoint- evidence of gold. These
.-.-,    matters to be arranged to   re- ed to arrange details. hieing shipped to Montrea
reive   their guests.    Canoe   races,   in' C|��an  S|de  Shows
.1. s. H> nderson brought up the
���   tlon, at the requ ist of the Minis-
������ iIal  association.    I bai    the    board
should  exercise  rigorous   supervision
over the character ol the shows al thi 	
Ition, and ine chairman promised
this would be dom N    ������   ;''-"''  <-��  the conforenc
Alauager Kearj  said tbe application  the members of I      Frasei  river lm-
foi   concessions    were   greater    than   .���.,n., lm,���. committee yesterday morn
MINING FOR GOLD IN
SASKATCHEWAN RIVER
p,	
Company  is  Preparing to  Operate at
Edmonton���Have New Invention
To Separate Gold from Sand.
Edmonton, Alta., Aug. il.���Provided
that the new gold concentrator, invented by a Montreal Inventor, proves
successful, next year will see the establishment of 'arge gold washing
outfits on the Saskatchewan and the
Peace rivers.
Messrs. riaram & Thrope, mineral
experts, who represent the new invention, are in the city securing samples
of Saskatchewan river gold bearing
sand which they are shipping to Montreal to be tested in the new concen-
trotor. The proposition is an extensive one and contemplates mining
gold from the river at Edmonton and
at Peace river Landing on the Peace
river on a large scale. Montreal capital will be largely interested in the
enterprise.
The new process separate, the P��'d
from the sand by a dry process in
place of the old wet process and Is
sua ran teed to save from eighty to
ninety per cent of the gold from the
sand. As a resull of prospecting on
fhe river here. Messrs. Throps & Har-
ani yesterday secured several samples
1 eye bore
tmples are
nests.     Canoe   races,   in
y;,e of canoes, would be very      .,(,.
n the occasion   of   the
Noi    satisfied
ci ueilj   i rounced
pasi. few days bj
and still Buffering
NERVY COBBLER FREE
fa"ioUS    German    Prisoner
Afte
with   having
twice    within    the
Bodley's Bad B
from file stigma oi
I defeat,  the  aggregation    of    leather
swatters   misnamed    Rustlers    have
| officially  announced another swatfesl
for this afternoon at Queens park, the
'tragedy   being  due  to  take  place  iui-
' mediately .after the lacrosse match. No
pains or expense will   be spared    t.u
i make a  showing against  the    regular
Volght.. players, an efficient catcher, Francis
1.   Mai ''    ���'���   o
, nnl il    ul If Karl Grey did < ie,
; ted, this -feature   hou d
I .    m .ii*.-' n
l..e rosse h   I
���   the  grea esl   attr
they would hi
Si   Cathei
--.,.   yunto cup durin
He   in erstood
.- oi   i Le    lacrosse
.,,   to discuss the challeng"
to which   the    pn
S, Henderson, assented.
START IS TO BE MADE ON
FRASER IMPROVEMFNT
of
I.
V.i
II'    \<
Ri .
��� v
thai
; '
ever.    _ he enn.' rucl Ion  of I hi
voir would restrict the sp i i
- esei���
Application   for   City   Support.
thu committees to carry on
elected.  Sheriff   Annul to the   city
Released
t��r Serving Only One Year.
21    Wllhelm
','!". ''er of Koepenlck, again I Bllodeau, having been Imported trom
'     '   l'-'! riils nerve. He St.  Mungo cannery  at  enormous cost.
'    '   after serving only Brother Joseph will be In evidence on
1 -rear sentence lm- the field,  and has  promise,!  to  wear
1   ���' f��i   tandlng the whole ws senaatlonal stockings of lurid hue.
,i(..;                 "" i's ears by his  prao These are the teams:
Incidentally won for Westminsters���Silver
lhefl"Kl   i�� Koepenlck town Sinclair, lb; Fitzgerald, 2b;
'   ''   ftbO��t  the    lm- Wright,  ss;   Barbaree    o.
the town    officer*. Canfield, cf; Mclntyre. rf-
Before tne
tlie   work   wen
strong  made  a   rogues
councl] members to explain why  tbey
lvld   ,i, dined   last   year to   place  the
contributions now collected wit
culty from the merchants on
trea8urxi as  requested by a
Hon, or else to take plebiscite of the
electors on tbe subject ?
Speaking  as  mayor,    the
the city
deputa-
Liquor on the Grounds.
To show bow the board Of control
were protecting the character ol the
exhibition, it was mentioned thai two
men from Victoria had thai day made
an offer to obtain a monopoly to sell
beer on the field, as they claimed was
I done  at  the  exhibition    at   Victoria, j
| The reply given them, said the man-I
agar, was that the directors would not
| entertain such a proposal at any price. J
(Hear,   hear)     Mr.   Nelson   cordially'
[endorsed th<> remarks of the manager
and others on this subject.
A  baseball   committee  was  elected.
under the chairmanship of H. Ryail. to
Ing w iiii Mr. Turner, acting resid. nt
engineer, department of public works
|| was decided to ask J. B. Kennedy,
\|. p to go io Victoria al once and
Interview G.  A   K-eefer, the  resident
engineer, and arrange for work to b��;in orchan*s
Mission City, Aug. 21.���(Special.)--
Mission City la enjoying at present
the most substantial era of prosperity
it baB known since it was first placed
on the map and many new stores,
dwellings and other building:* are being erected while the conveniences of
the town are being wonderfully improved. The growth is substantia! and
steady and il is predicted that 1t will
not be long before this place will be
one of the most progressive in the
Whole Fraser valley. The district surroundings are also fast increasing in
population and importance and new
settlers are locating in this famous
fruit belt every few days.
- -   "   '     New Buildings.
The principal buildings now in
course of erection bere include a
handsome two-storey cement block
containing several stores for H.
Wlndebank on Grand avenue, and a
three-storey cement and frame block
on Washington street for J. A. Abbott,
Can Talk Over Wires Now.
The improved facilities in the city
include a new long distance telephone
line to the coast cities, ,a waterworks
system and an electric lighting system. Mission already has a local telephone service and the long distance
line is almost completed and will be
in operation shortly. The town also
has a waterworks service, but new
mains are being laid and the whole
service will be greatly improved. Tbe
electricity for ihe lighting system is
being secured by water power from
Silver creek, five miles back of here
and the system will be in operation
in a short time.
After First Prize.
Mission is making new records
every year as a fruit growing and
agricultural centre generally, aud this
year will put forth a great effort to
carry off premier honors in the great
district competition at the provincial
exhibition which opens at N'ew Westminster on September 29. The exhibit will be gathered from all parts of
the district and will be taken down to
the big fair Immediately after the
local agricultural show here on Thursday, September 24.
Road   Improvement.
The municipal council is doing good
work in the opening up of new roads
and regrading those opened years ag >
The large number of new settlers has
brought the necessity of maklr ,
many new thoroughfares.
Many of tho residents of the tow:
are securing a supply of excellent fii>
wood for the winter now by storing ui
supplies of white birch which is plenti
ful on the land being cleared and
makes as bright and lasting a fire as
the oak of Ontario or California.
Three Sawmills.
J. II. Code's new sawmill, which has
e. u in course of erection for several
months, is no* in full operation The
Mission lumber mill, which has recently changed bands, is being great-
Is Improved by tho n< - owners and
thi output increased to _5,000 feet per
day. Mission now has three sawmills.
Ram Is Wanted.
Th.  fruit gro y-.   .ii the dl trict are
I wishing tor rain as the crops are   be-
Inning to suffer from the continued
drj spell. The fruit crop promises tone well up to the average it not better, while the quantity shipped from)
S this locality will create a record owing to the greatly  increased acreage
commence
1   at   once /in     t'he    Fraser
YOUNG TURKS TO  MEET
TO DISCUSS SITUATION
said the council had power to vote tile i ,.n(leaT01. t0 arrangy> a match at West
���''���'"���  i niinster of Northwestern league teams,
or, failing them, some first class ama-
river.
The   suggestion   of   Eng'neer   l>e
Baron  that  the- sand    at    the    river! ��� ���
mouth should be stirred up with an! London, Aug. 21.���According to a
iron ding or other means to prevent special dispatch received here from
it forming n bar will be acted upon at Geneva this morning, the leaders of
one*-*. 'the Young Turk party are to meet in
Mr. Kennedy lefl   for Victoria dnr-[that city   at   the  end  of this  month
ine the afternoon.
prouty. c;
3b;
Deans,    It.
������ release to-      RU8tler��   Yuiii.  p:   P   Bilodeaii, c;
1 mn nelly
own ...,
. i
but a few scoffers   Mcl.ean   lb;   .1.  Lewis, 2b;
he im-  ::,,-, .,. p, Bllodeau, sg; 0. Peel*; GlUl
n tt, cf; Corbett, rt.
Umpire���Nol yel captured.
and Blgned his
a and walked out.
the1
money, which was stated to
$2000 only, from Hie city funds
\h\    Carretl   pointed  out   that     -----, tpurs
voie of $600 to the lacrosse team had, ,
given bim much trouble with a nam- c^ p^ Cautjen_
ber of his supporters, but If a* depu- Ottawa, Aug. 21..���The bank state-
don waited on the council again. I e> |^ ^ f^^ issued today, is of a
would do what they could. j mm   cneprinK   character,    lt   shows
Deputation Appointed. ] that the people of Canada have cash.
Messrs  Armstrong and PPf,c   ,n'ge(1 ��� but are simply not risking it ln spectv
ttnt it waa impossible to expect   the ,.,tiv��� venlnrea.
HOPE  ABANDONED
FOR WIGAN MINERS
Wlgan  Kngland. Aug. 21.���It is now
i-iiown that seventy-six miners perished in the explosion and the flre   that
followed it in the Maypole mine. Find-
I In* that it would he Impossible to re-
ov.-r the bodies still in the pit,   the
i >ire having taken such a firm hold, tbe
.'reetrrs last night   decided  to  flood
i.h" mir.e.
to discuss the. question of deposing
the Sultan of Turkey, and in the case
of an affirmative decision .to select n
successor. No confirmation of this
statement can l>e had here.
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� YESTERDAY'S  BASEBALL.      ���
���   ���
��� Vancouver ������ 0   ���
��� Aberdeen   **   ���
��� ���
*****************
.'���*������_'
'  iv_y.
* .1
'V :";'
.
m *
��� v>
���'?������< k
i' ���: ������'
��� ���
-. -i';v
I   Kr*^:
' '"*.���'
��� -mi
y     >>:.'���
_������ *���    J* V
'._    ���
*" V.
-
; ' <t#.
* : jjS.
:'   Jy"'
''���    h
'
'&<
.,'������    ; u
rit^'-fr^i*
��� v|i     ; '
!    'i ''���'���''
���V ������
'
���l
i^V'ffi
*m y
'���". r
_*? L .-^'iV*
. ';  ���.;
: ' j ,
��� ? !i;t-.'-n>\ *' i
*':    "���$.]
M
��� ���.
���: m.
-' -\ 1*
IV.   WW    ���   ���_. a    .
" ,;.
������ *:1 '-'���'. *
��� m*.'
a I .**       "��gf
, "v.;*.*. . m
'���'r
'"   .. ; '.-
I    l  .',,*������*      -.*���  ��� a*\*: ���*" V
y'j'l^
,i '.,'���-. "-..-;, -
. .   *f, a- ��     t*
������'"..*��� -.is-**:''-
���   *-,    *���.
��� , - *!*r-;:,'������.'? A
y -\.. yr&'-I
��� .. ���'     'i.     �����!
'   ���<,*-T-'**' r
' md
���** mjfaftyw*
���
' .   -.'"'. 4 ..  .rf'-'i'-
,', ��� ���.#,,�������� ���' ' ,?- ��� $'
���    * *. ' -,.** ,.'l
1 '    ... '->������ ;1
.a��;* >-'-/--(jS-'IM
*:^h r *���:\ *M-\ *'...,
i ���;$ v-trt *; i< w.*
'\,''^'^A, 'jm
. .%,*������*�����������>..*������jtt fi
..i    4""
h*
��$&��*���
i��. ft.*'V ���
'jA-'   L\* '.   *
ri*^iil_.v;':
^P***f>	
I   V  J?* **. '.'!'
.��� , J*    T, ,/   *;��
iter*
���'H   **.c, ���
1 -nu^
a *wfa. ^
-���r 1' "ifi ���������
��up*}, i
J    . L,. !___�����.    L*
���___���?_-f i -: ti_pr
rJw_.*T ���   ; '���   * _
i.
��� 1
IS��
!5iK&��'
mm*
'kmy
A"* ������-��� B&-."
*��� - ** .'*___1'__L. ���'���*.   ���' '
��$&��*����. *
��"��������� *W:,. y.���J,
nf   ����� . i ��� IT! ** i-.
M     -ii*  T i-Jff
tro ��� '^4��.-v
���' sif   ���' : *. ���PS"-.
PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NOTS.
WAR PATH TAKEN BY
TWO INDIAN TRIBES
Tardy
News Leaks Out of a
Battle on the Liard and
Nelson Rivers.
JAILED ONE WEEK FOR
STEALING A NEWSPAPER
Man   Who   Was   Too  Mean   to   Spend
One Cent for News is Given a
Well  Deserved   Lesson.
ln the remote parts of tbe interior
of British Columbia life Is still held
pretty cheap, and although the white
man is generally safe from molestation, the Indians themselves are wont
to settle, their little troubles in time-
honored fashion, without calling upon
the courts or the representatives of
the government to assist them.
The latest of these little affrays is
mentioned in a report just received by
the attorney-general's department from
the headquarters of the Northwest
mounted police, which speaks of two
tribes having gone on the warpath,
with the result that some ten men
were killed and others injured. The
reporl goes on to say thai further
trouble is expected.
The scene of the fight is situated in
the northeast corner of British Colum-
���bin, and it is an object lesson of the
immensity of the distances in this
province and how little is known of
the vasl Interior spaces, that this.
foray occured in the spring of last
year and yet the news has only just
leaked out. The bolligrenl Indians
were the Dog Ribs and the Slkannls,
who are understood to be oldtime
enemies, and the authorities are nol
always able to prevent spasmodic- outbreaks from time to time
A more serious report coming from
the same source Is that a Roman
Catholic missionary, who was traveling on the Liard river, alone in a
aanoe, is thought to have been killed
also. The Indian who brought the
news stated thai while his effects had
been found, he himself was nowhere
to be seen.
These events are supposed to have
taken place near the confluence of
the Nelson and the Liard rivers, and
such meagre details as ai*e known
here are to be found in ihe report referred to, the essential portions of
which are reduced below:
"On .lune  1 last  11. (1. Clarke of the
Hamilton, Aug. 21.���The theft of a
newspaper, valued at one cent, resulted in George Harris, a respectable
machinist who gave bis address as
100 King street west, being sent to jail
this morning for one week. Harris
pleaded guilty to tho charge of ste;il-
ing the newspaper, which belonged
to J. R. Wells. For some time the
police nave been receiving complaints
about Ilie theft of newspapers from
doorways and yesterday morning Constable Bert Thompson concealed himself near Mr. Wells' door. He had
not waited long when Harris came
along and picked up the newspaper.
H walked away and the policeman
followed him. Harris told the officer
that he did not have the paper, and
then Immediately contradicted himself with the statement that he dU
have it.
At the court this morning. Harris
said he never bad beeu in trouble
before-. The magistrate remarked that
the law had to be observed, an '. sent
him to jail for one week.
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
Notice
1 will nol be responsible for any
debts contracted on behalf of the
steamer Favourite
J. C. BRUCE.
Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Bower company, Limited, has
this day deposited lu the Land Registry Office at the City of New Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and book of reference of the West-
mlnster-Chltllwack Railway Extension
from a point at or near lots one and
two, city block four in the City of
New Westminster, to Ab'.otsford passing through the Municipalities of
Surrey.  Delta,   Langley,   Matsqui   and
llr.dson Bay company at Vermillion I the townsite of Ahbotsford in the
reported to nie having mei an Indian District of New Westminster, being
(Dog Rib) at Hay river post, 100 miles section one. two and three of said
aorth ot Vermillion, on the Hay river, railway, as shown on the said plan ami
who had come on a bun: ing trip from approved and sanctioned by the Chief
ih Liard river, leaving there in the Commissioner of Lands and Works for
summer of 1907, and this Indian told  the Province of British Columbia,
him that the Stskanni and Dog Rib
Indians had been fighting during (he
early spring of L907. Ten men were
killed aud several wounded and he
elleved    thai    more  i rouble    would
How.   The fight occured near where
- Liard and  Nelson rivers join, and
the Nelson river.
This Indian   also   reported that a
���other of the Roman Catholic mls-
���'on was traveling on the Liard river,
iu a canoe, alone. His canoe, clothing
md food were found, but that he was
miBBing and could nol ibe found. Some
of the Indians believed that he bad
been   killed   also.
"The Indian who made his statement
to Mr Clarke loft at once to hunt back
toward the Liard river and will reach i
there some time m-:<1 spring.
Dated Ibis Tth day of August. A. D
1908
A. E. BECK.
Solicitor  for  the  Vancouver  Power
Company Limited.
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
HE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank aud the Crown Bank of Canad i.
amalgamated  under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE .       -       -        WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital   $6,000,000
Paid-Up Capital $2,200,000
Rest and Undivided Profits * .225,000
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Buys and sells Bills of Exchange, Drafts   and   orders   on   all
Countries.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
***********
I
SATURDAY,   AUGUST 22,
������������������������������ ������-���^^
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any strain put
upon it. it means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let us have your order tor
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay tit*-'
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
j^eichenbacli
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RET1AIL
BUTCHERQ
COLUMBIA
STREET
I
j   Phone 101 Phon, 101
���
X************************* ***********************<*}
**********************************w>**********.*.mM
X j
��� The Season Has Arrived for You to j
\ Preserve Peaches!
Fresh This Week
They are in fine condition, and are to be \
had'cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY J
STORE than any vother store in town, ���
Call   Us Up  ahd  Give  Us   Your Order '<
Lowney s Surranne  Chocolates
and Brandy Cherries
THE
Public Supply Stores geo aoams |
 ***, " __ ,  Pron.        ���
Prop.
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.   C.        Phone 92.
At
Ryall's Drug Store
��� :
**************************< ******* *******************
Eyes Tested  Free
See That Dinner Set
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
Gold in Ireland.
Belfast, Ann. 21.- tt is announced
that an American company has taken
over a large tract of land belonging
to Lord Shaftsbury's estate, on the
Innislmwed peninsula, in which a Ticin
mine of gold and copper was recent lv
discovered.
WESTM1NSTER-STEVEST0N
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackman & Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at u p.m. daily
except Saturdays, for Sunbury,
Wool wards, Ladner, Port. Gulchon,
Westham island, Steveston and all
Intermediate points, carrying passengers   and   light   freight.
Returning loaves Steveston at 6
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
except  Saturdays.
Saturdays leave Steveston at 6
a.m. and 4 p.m. for up river points.
Saturdays leave New Westminster
at  2   p.m.
Tickets,  rates,  etc.,  at
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.,
260 Columbia street, or on board.
J.   C.   BRUCE.
$20.00
$16.50
All Iron Wringers
With guarantee rollers mad., of the highest grade Para rubber-
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
We have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, Re-acting, and other
maUes.    Call and see our lines.
T.  J. Trapp  & Co.,  Limited
In our window for
We have others at
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of .saving has never!
more apparent than at the present tin
===_=_______=__ qhc
ROYAL BANK af CANADA
invit.-s you to join the large number of satisfied !'���       : ir
INTEREST.ADDED 1 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you ret) lire   I
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     f. g.  LYLE,   Mgr.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS
Pennsylvania
Prompt Delivery J31aCKSmith
****************************************************
iThe Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
% NURSERY   STOCK
J Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying from .V ���
*     HOME aNURSERY, where you are not bothered wilh fumigation,    as X
X     well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trees and }
can hamdle your order, no matter what the size.    If we    have    no ���
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake fer prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
*****************************************+4
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phons   105.
Off ICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  - NEW WEST
_�����������
�������� ����---- -��--��-_._-^.._.^_.^.-_.,^
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8 AM.    TO   11  P.M. A. Utual
*,.,���*..
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dtaier* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Weatmintter
tlW��*"
 a*mm***m**mm mm* SATURN
AUGUST  22,
1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAUE THREE.
ft
il
11 :-..���_._.
,_4a_iM
Notice
to Contractors
BBAI
���
���i
'
;;,;S   addressed to
.. marked on   the   en-
. | construction," will
office of the Cqm-
Transeontim nUl
..,.    until
Thursday, the    20th
L��08, for the work re-
,.��� tructlon,    in    ac-
,... plans, profiles and
the-   commissioners,
ed *���������  ' "
ruiiti
ill
���
cordanci
ecil  i   ���
;,���,!��� ectionsof the rrans-
���mental ;     say. viz:
From a point deled .        ���   ^:'",s '"'    the  ('"""
.       ea,   Weymontachene,    in
'", ,    ,-inci   -  <l^*''''  L96'38 1,,iles
-!. abutment   of   tne
uch  point  being on
��� tween  Districts  "C"
,.,  terlj for a distance   of
Date of completion,
. ii, embi  . 1910.
2) ,,     C|   r     -Prom a polnl de-
0,   ...   plans oi tho Commls-
iboui   101    miles    west    of
.,:..   m the Province   of
���..., terly to the end   of   the
lnmk Pacific   Hallway   Com-
lontract,  a distance of .about
.; miles.   Date of completion, 81st
December, 1910.
(3)   Districts "D" and "B."��� from
������
;
li '
case of refusal or failure on the pari
of tne party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute a contract
With nie said Comm ssioneis, and to
furnish the additional apprpvi d security within ten days after the acceptance of the tender, the Bald
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure and all I
trad rights acquired by the aci ��� ; I
ance of the lender Bhall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be d<
posited to the credll of the Receiver
twelve General of Canada as part of the security tor the due and faithful performance of the contract according to
Its terms, Cheques deposited bj
parties whose tenders are rejected
will be returned within ten days after the signing of the contract.
Attention is called to the following
clause's in the form of contract:
"All mechanics, laborers, or othei
persons who perform labor for 1he
purposes of the construction of the
works hereby contracted for, shall be
paid such wages as are generally accepted as current for competent workmen in the distrlcl in which the work
is being performed, and if there is
UO current rate in su-h district, then
a fair and reasonable  rate;   snd,  lu
MARKET
REPORT
Wey
Q ii ��������� i
Grand
I m: ' '
the event of a dispute arising a3 to
what Is the current or a fair and reasonable rate, it shall be determined by
the Commissioners, whose decision
shall be final."
"This agreemeni is subject to the
regulations now in force, or which
may at any time hereafter be in force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
a point designated on the plans of thej authority of the Department of Labor,
Commissioners, being at the western and whlch ar6| or sha]] be apPncabie
end of Fauquier Bros.' Abltlbi con- ! t0 SU(.h works�� (Tne schedule of
t, in the Province of Ontiirio, in a; m-n|Iuum  Wages  determined upon  by
said Department will form part of the j
contract).
"The contractor shall iu connection j
with the whole of the said work, as j
far  as practicable, use only material,
GILLETTS
HIGH
GRADE
(MlttR
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
-M.ll_M_M_Ei__Dt.illS.
Same Price at the cheap
adulterated kinds.
E.W.GILLETT COM,,*HV
NOTICE.
LIMITED
TORONTO. ONT.
of
trac
easterly direction for a distance
about 104.21 miles Date of completion,
���:-t ii-.-.:;.- ��� ���   r-'i".
(4)  District   E."���From .a point designated **n the plans of the Commis
sioners, aboul  sixty miles west of the ��� machinery, plant, supplies and rolling :
easterl) boundary of District "E," ln , stock manufitcture-d or    produced    In
the Province of Ontrrlo, easterly  to  Canada, provided the same can be ob-j
the end of Fauquier  Bros.'  contract,  twined as cheaply, and upon as good]
north of Lake  Nepi(jon,  distance of, terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
stove 100 miles.   Date of completion,  regard to quality and price."
list December, 1910. The contractor shall conform to the
(5) Districts "E" aud "P."���From fire regulations adopted by the Cora--
B poim di Ignated on the p'.ans of the' missioners, and also to the laws and
Commissioners, at the. western end of; regulations resecting fires in the dif-
Fauquier Bros.' contract north of Lake^ferent provinces wherein the work is
Nepigon, In the Province of Ontario,   being performed.
..��� ������:.;.   to a point  at  or near   Dog
a distance of about 126  miles.
Date ol completion,    1st    September,
..10.
8] District "F."���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners in or mar Dog Lake, in the
The right is reserved io reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. B. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement    without    authority    from    the-
Department of Agriculture
���Ince of Ontario, to a point at or! Ottawa, 18th July, 1908
:��� mill  2.6 west of what is known i
... Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
ite   as shown on the plans, a distance  ol      out  23.76    miles    by    the  Commissioners, will not be paid f.u It
northei        ite, and .14.13 miles by the1 >������
southerly  route, and the selection of
��� i  iti   to be at the option of the
.��� i i     Date  of  completion,
1st Si; ������ mber, 1909.
Plans , iiiu - and specifications
���-������ bi Bei n in the office of the Chief
neer of the Commissioners at
o In the offices of the following District Engineers, viz: John
Aylen, Acting District Engineer, North
Bay Ont ; T. S. Armstrong. Nepigon,
Onl nd S R, Poulln, St. Boniface,
Man
Pi rson   tendi ring   are notified that
': ���  considered unless
e, and on the printed
I   ���-��� the Commission! rs.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Kight Trams Every D��v in the Ye*c
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
i HE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
I for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
i both electricity and gas; the most
; brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private -ompartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
���ar, rtclining chair cars (seats free),j
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any I
further information call on or write'
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
?20 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Men hanl    and othi .    an     notified,
! that  the only  persons authorized    to
j purchai e anything for the British (i
| lumhia   Eli e rlc    Railway    Co ,  Ltd.,
j either for the Westminsti i   or Chilll-
j wack branches, are the local manager,;
; N'ew  VVestmim ter or th n(
i agent, Vancouver.
Requisitions on the com; my'8 regu-
i lar forms, signed by either of above- j
'mentioned parties,   must   accompany
all orders, otherwise the acoounts will
j ne* in- recognized,
P. R. GLOVER,
Acting General Manager. I
New Westminster, B.C.. Aug. 6,  1908.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*   from   Geo. Adam.,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watcnes   from 112.75 up
Gentlemen b Silver WatCf** ipe.
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, doubl*
case, |7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enarges reason-
ible.
��� ��� * * * * * *.:-.
*
*
*
*
********** a a <;
:"   I ��� lm   a al  the weekly mi i   i
���   terda    * i . up to I hi   _ umme
���    ������;  there   was ,-i    fair
Ini    ;   i       buyers and sellers,
rrlval *       .   .esl   will  make,    a
difference in thi   attendance  for    the
m \' two oi three market      The only
.'   In   which  tii- n    �� i    an  offering
iove the dem ind v...   In potatoes. In
-  :'������ pect     ill ���  v.e,e limited,    and
"   verj unsteady.   The horse mar-
��� * continues weak. In sympathy with
neighboring exchanges.
Meat and Fish.
On account of the hot weathei the
i] ily of meai was short, but equal
I ��� he demand, Tbe offering of beel
was limited and mutton and lamb
found read iale at usual figures as
i* was all prime first class stock. Veal,
was not so plentiful, and the demand
continued 1    for    prime    medium
stock.   Of pork there was a small of- ���
ferlng, but quite equal to the demand
at  this time of the year.    Prices   for
salmon and halibut   remained  ai previous figures.
Poultry, Butter and Eggs.
There was a large supply of eggs,
and a brisk demand at 35 cents whole-;
sale.    All fowls offered sold at   about!
luotatlons.   The call for chickens re- j
mained good, while broilers found pur-1
chasers ut prices  according to    size.'
The  demand  for ducks    slightly    lm
proved.    Butter  held at 30    cents    a
pound.
Fruit and Vegetables.
Fresh vegetables continue to find a]
ready  scale, and  all    kinds,    rhubarb, I
carrots, parsnips,   lettuce,   etc.      was |
readily  cleared.    Mention    is    made
above of the small call for potatoes, i
which fell �� dollar a ton.    Apples and [
plums  formed the principal  fruits on
sale.   The call for good   apples   was
.satisfactory, for firm stock, but some
Jfcilt ill -|L______L__l__tl__l!_t _L    rr tt,   :     '   U   11 ���.    ������
1. ',P-*.���,."ji--A"rt"ri"A-'..--..-*,.",.--,,--.,--,,"..'--,,;'-,.'-,...
| Wanted -:- lost -:- found
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- ftc.
WANTED   Ki,i nl in ci rooms I   -
hou el ei ping.    Inq lire    I   ���   En
Tailor Shop.'*
FURNISHED   room.-   to   let.       A, .,
Mi.-   Shai, e Sixth  ivi uui  ai       ��� . .
WANTED- Couple of furnished bouse
keeping rooms oi furnished housi
Address Mrs. T. U. Newhall, thi
Windsor, N'ew  Westmin   -
WANTED ��� School children    to boai I
for next   ti nu  iii    refined    prl.
family.    Apply    Mrs,    K,  S.,   Dall)
News office.
WANTED���Japanese uoy attending
school wants work with good family.
mderstands cooking; wages, Apply
ic. P. O. Box 545, City.
\\ AN 1 r.li     Gill     foi
general    house-
work.    Applj   Mrs,
.1. Sprott,   t;;s
Third avenue.
WANTED   Japanese
ioj or   gin   for
housework,    daily,
Hardwick,    St,
An Irowe st reet.
FOR SALE���One hundred tons of
good bluejoint haj cheap, in coil,
slack or bale. For further particulars apply to P. Kelly, one mile out
on Lulu Island, or P, O. Box 832,
N'ew Westminster.
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
BOARD OF TRADE���.New Westmin
ster Hoard of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May.
August and November, at S p. ru.
Annual meetings on the third, express
Thursday of February,
members    may    be   proposed
n iei  in i ���  be BUbmit-
eci . ��� .
uoi he in anj  w-.i>
il on the classification
irmation given by any
i he Commls s
���I      ��� n
. ike  a    careful
an .  profiles,
and rend
'   1,  ind fully Into   the    qu   ttil
nd char-
.   required;   and
1 and agree to
��� mis and conditions
. peclfii -ition-.
"iin of tender,
������'    be Btgned and
ties to the tender,
1 accompanied by
cheque  on   a   chartered
" "ond,,,,,,, 0f Canada, pay-
let of the Commission-
'���  Transcontinental Railway,
1     Sec
foi se(   ,
^"���Sec.No, ,
1
An
an
Tenders are invited for the purchase of the Governmenl Quarantlm
Steamer "Earl," l.ing at the Quarantine Station at William Head. British
Columbia.
Tbe sale  will  be made for
The highest or anj  ten I
llee< SSai 11 ���      ���'���      I���   ' *     '''''���
Sealed  tendi n    ad In ssed
undersigned and   endorsed
...   Purchase oi  St< amei
i   received al  this office
lay  ib"   15th   Septemhi
.   : oon
i:      i   let
\.   L.  i VRVIS,  Secretary.
Dep i if   Vgrlculture, Ottawa
7th   . su -.    it
N.I!     N ��� insertin     h
,-erti ��� nu nt    without   authority   from
the Departmi nt will not he paid Te-
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSE.R.
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
i boxes  contained   poor  quality    stock,
i There was a good supply of plums, and
ia fair demand for clean stock.
I In the Rings.
There was not much business done
Iby either T.  J. Trapp or J.  Travers
j yesterday   in   the  rings    and    prices
'' ruled low.   A team sold by the former
I for $190.   Other horse sales were com-1
pleted at figures ranging from $50 upwards.    A  few  cows  changed  hands j
At from $25 to $30, and a Jersey bull at
$28.    Among the articles passing under   Mr.   Trapp's    hammer    were     a
wagon  and  groceries,  seized  by    the
customs officials  near    Blaine    some
weeks  sinc��  and  not redeemed,    for
about $80.
The Harvest.
Cutting and threshing are occupying
the attention of many of the farmers,]
and  the  harvests  will   be    bountiful.!
Both oats and wheat are shaping w< 11, i
but   some   districts   are much   behind
the others.   Apples are a lighter crop j
than was expected,    but    pears    and
plums look well, and many plums arej
expected to reach the market shortly, j
There  has   been  an  excellent  season i
this year in the    Fraser    valley    for
I small fruits.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters,  per lb.,    9c    to
Foi  information apply to j.,^.   forequarters, 6c to 6%c; mutton,
i    H    ROGER.S,  Traffic   Manager.) 13c to He; lamb, 15c;  veal, medium,
i lie. large. Sc to 9c; pork. 8c to 8%c;
i eggs, re.tail per dozen, 40c, wholesale,
35c; butter, per lb., 30c; fowl, per
I dozen, $6.00 to $7.50; chickens. $4.50
to $0.00; broilers, $3.00 to $4.50;
ducks, $5.50 to $6.00; blackberries, per
crate. $1.25; apples, per box. 75c to
$1.00; potatoes, per ton. $15.00 to
$16.00;  plums per crate. 60c to
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping Student at college in return for hoard would be
acceptable.    P. O. Box 667. City.
WAaNTED���Situation as third-class
engineer in city, or country preferred. Used to all classes of work,
repairing and blacksmith work.
Box V., Daily News.
FOR    SALB ���Motor    munch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor , 3ox   M.,
.New Westminster.
A GOOD Japanese girl wants a position as house maid, washing, etc.,
etc.    S. Hayashi, Premier hotel.
POST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON 9ALE AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
WA.NTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ibe moderate; near
bridge preferred. _\pply Post Office
Box 732.
FOR SALE���First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street; must be sold this week, as
parties are leaving town.
WANTED ��� Two waitresses; apply
Kenny's restaurant. Columbia street.
WANTED���Boy to learn clothing business; apply Westminster Clothing
company.
TO RENT���Furnished room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen; East
end, close to town. Apply W. K...
this office.
for CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,    DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except,
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,)
ind    freight    connect    with!
New.'tages at Carcross and White Horse,
and   Tiaintaining a through winter service.
"; trict "('".
���   ��� Id "C".
Dist. "D .-.' E"
D   trict "E"
E ,v F".
Nil  6, District "P".
""���'  whose tender
11 w��hi�� ten days
'"   "'������������  furnish
���''   ecurlty
''"minis
��� |
11;
��� 111   ,,���
' i.nl
th
150,000
150.000
150,0(1(1
. . 150,000
.. 2UII,000
.. 100,000
is accept-
tfter tho ac-
Buch addi-
as may  be
loners;  sign
'   Bcations, and other
< be signed  by
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves Brackman & Ker wharf,
N'ew West minster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves   Chilliwack Wednesday
day and Sunday at 7 a. tn.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
ft WHITMOKF  Secretary.
FOUND���Sorrell horse came to my
premises 19th inst.; brand on right
hind hip, T. E. over O. E. Ownei
can have same by paying expense*..
After expiration of notice will be
sold to defray expenses. A. H. Mc-
Cauley, Yale Road, seven miles from
Westminster.
70c.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box S07. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
Fri-
8 ;l '   mmtafon
"rs: and, in any I Have you got it? what? "The Habit.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,000,000.0"
RESERVE       ���11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New tcnndland. and ln London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane. U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transact.
Letters of Credit issued, available wl ti correepondenta in all narts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits  received In Bums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert,  per annum  (present rate, added
four tlmei a year.
Tots"  Asset, over $168,000,000.00.
yiW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Capilano    Will
Have Swell
Hotel
Vancouver,  .Aug. 21.    Surveys    and
plans are now being made for a tourist :
hotel to  be erected  at   the  Capilkno
which  will  be on  the lines    of    the
famous hostelry at Oak Bay, Victoria.
��� venture is being undertaken by
P,   Larsen, of  North  Vancouver,  who:
took time by the forelock ihe moment
he learned of the proposed extensions
of the B. C, E. U. company's lines, ami
commissioned John S. Pearce, the well
known architect, to design a structure
to cost   $30,000.    The  new  hotel  will
be built at one of the most attractive i
lioints up t.he valley, and by reason of
its  accessibility to this city is likely
to attract here much of    the    tourist i
traffic which now passes on    to    the
island.    The  necessary    surveys    are
now being  made and  it  is    expected '
thnt  thp hotel will he ready for next
season's business.
U. D. BRYMNER, Manager    Have you got It? What7 "The Habit!"
WE are instructed to offer tor sale a
six roomed house on Eighth street;
city water and electric light. Price
., ^o.oo. Terms $500.00 or ?6OO*.0Q
cash, b���lance bj Instalment, or any*
��� asonable offers ran be ac-
d, This Is now rented at
si i io a month. Settlers' Association of B, G. opposite Windsor
hotel. Ni w Westminster, B. C,      i{
SUBURBAN home ��� We have tor
sale a nice little home in the suburbs of this city, live roomed house,
cellar, good well, three lots in garden, well cultivated fruit trees;
outbuildings consist of stable,
woodshed, chicken-houses with convenient back entrance. This is
about seven minutes from the car
line and offers exceptional advantages to anyone seeking a quiet
home. Price $1500.00 cash, or good
terms would be considered. Settlers'
Association of B. C.. opposite Windsor hotel, New Westminster. B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Phone 431. P. O. Box 885.
ii* ���:���������;.'
'. *
'.��� .
..* ���
���-'��.-'���
i* <.'���',
! I ��� ���
��� v__. >.*.
Iji   ,"'\s
'    1  ��� . '
\ &.&..
v   H'i-1
' ,. V * '**
r
;       -   I
*l
>   *:�� \
d  ,   ..     i *��� -J
**���    '.
* ��,���  -a,1.:
'   \\;
' ' '  "*.
M
'
>:.,
I
-"t    a   JS_|
I
.Man.*
��� }##&���*
?
- V  . ��� ';���
'*t mm
'Villi?
;_' v ji
i-
. 5*,M
-
.'*��� nit.,
*r T**X<
���        ���   ;    ��� '���     ,.
��� I -     *       '
?y ��� .'    s-    ���
*��*    ;*
* ?     l *���,'���*!
*���     ,'H,ne K
' h'&x
���*���___  '     .     *'���***���*        Is
! .:'*..
' ""it*'' ����� ' ���'���*
��� J    ��|_**  i\      "     '
1 'l-^ ������;?
''U" s.Ofj
- ^.'i
. _��y*4+'
���' ���������������l-H
,��� wm
'yW'^m
������ $'^&'y\
' ���'  j* *   IT? .*   V-    i T
: ���*������' '; t ,.','"������*��� PAGE FOUR
���     'Vi   K%W
f .,-.,iM "���;���
..}!**-  --^'*V*.-'   ���
*W^*i*
Hil'f
���'ia;**. J��LT. .iiw
��� V       ���*��*__�� a J   ��T^"
MmW
��� "��� *: F?v
����������'.. '        *    fl     all
IB
I'M
���I.
I 3
���^n
< -
."'?' in-11
*t
ti.
-<_t;
l
:*p
��� 'll_   l'
'      '���)    ������       .1        1   J'    ':'
i- I? ,"��� ';'���<���.
������i :#j: I'M
-' mi<1
*!<   - *��**&' :L'
r-i���'�����__ ��y**_,t.n <.'
��4n4$_*j'
Hi_fe;'
KtlM'
������	
��� i 11 ,;i * ������ i
1 ��� .����� I, ��T *!
fl��.ftr
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.
AUGUST 22,
THE DAILY NEWS
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1908.
DO  NOT FORGET.
Oo not forget,    the    Liberals
carry   New   Westminster.
will
Laurier is the leader, has so impressed itself upon the people of this country that the endorsation of the elec-
Fubllshed by the Dally News Pub-> torate   is   sure   and   the  Government
lushing  Company.   Limited,   at   their tlmk,r  whose gulaance  the  Dominion
offices, corner of   Sixth   and   Frout has.   broa(]em.d  and    prospered    will
���treeta, New  Westminster. B. C.        j naye ;|nlpk, BUpport ,n the halls    ot
| Parliament   after  the     people     have
[^spoken through the ballot.
In the meantime if the busybody
meddler of Clarkson Street has any
time to spare, he will find opportunity
to employ his surplus energy in the
constituency of Burrard amongst his
own ilk and party in trying to bring
about the semblance of unity, for the
purpose of a campaign, of the many-
factions into which the Tory machine
in Vancouver is divided and when
this is accomplished, take to the task
of digging up a bunch from the four
pointa of the compass throughout the
Dominion that will give the "Rubber
Policy Bordenites" the appearance of
honesty and integrity, whose patriotism would be indeed strong enough to
prevent them knifing the old standbys
of the party In tbe back. We say-
again that the Liberal party in this
constituency is to ,a man independent,
fearless, frank and open, and above
all loyal to the great party and the
greatest living statesman in the British Empire. Sir Wilfrid Laurier. and
when the election is fought, he it soon
or be ii deferred, the Liberal foi
will stand shoulder to shoulder, one
strong army marching to victory.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
MALIGNITY.
With its usual indecency the Taylor
rag enters into a family gathering and
gloats over the possible differences
that could be brought about by a frank
and open discussion of a matter that
affected only the Liberal party, and
had nothing to do with the present
nominee of the Conservatives who
forced himself on a packed convention and held up the gun "that he
would run whether it tendered him
the nomination or not," and'who has
whined and fretted like a baby from
the daj he received chastisement at
the bands of the electorate. The In-
decent course the Columbian and its
candidate editor have followed is responsible for the positive hatred the|
staunch old time Tories have of the
man who has whined and whined and
is still yelping. Following this idotic
course,  lt   has abused  and held  up to
"Thirty feet to the gulf.'
  ing   wes'.vird,   We   give   below   I   sug
ridicule the honest, faithful gentleman gestion of the Ottawa Citizen revoioed
THE AMES PEEP SHOW.
In  view of the fact that the "Ames
Picture Show" is supposed to be mov-
whose honored gray hairs should have
made him immune from such scurrilous attacks. And now il matters not
to this editor with disordered stomach and brain, which of the two
gentlemen he would put against him,
he is ready lo follow his old course
of personal abuse.
The   Columbian   would   like   to   see
in the Ottawa Free Press that it retrace its steps back to the Capital
City, it has not given entertainments
good enough to catch even small audiences in the new Provinces and we
sincerely hope the operators will send
the machine East ity express ,and take
a tie pass through to Ottawa.
"The Citizen suggests that the Ames
with a provincial campaign in full
swing, only forty people turned out
to view the 'pictures' and learn of the
unspeakable wrong-doing of the present Government. The cause ls easily
determined. Western people acquainted with the actual conditions know
there has been no wrong-doing. There
was, therefore, nothing to attract, for
they had seen magic lantern 'pictures'
before.
"The Citizen doubtless hopes t_li-.it
Ottawans will give more generous
support to the Tory spell-binders and
their picture machine, but we doubt it.
Ottawans know how the slander mill
has worked in the Commons chamber
and how it has repeatedly been demolished by facts adduced by the
Federal ministers. They have learned
to look upon it with disgust. And a
picture show entertainment can only
be regarded as the final and most
farcical act of the political comedy."
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
ithe Postmaster-General, will ibe received at Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, for the collection
of I 'tiers on a proposed contract for
four years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster, from the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
Information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen and blank
forms of Tender may be obtained at
Post Offices of New Westminster and
Sapperton and ,at the office of the
Post Office Inspector.
JOHN  R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post office Inspector's Office, Vancouver,  B.C..  21st  August,  1908.
RUBBER STAMPS!
No more n��ed of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN  LANADA
Mail  orders filled  same aay as received.
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamp*"
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
What They All Say
"l didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
"Get the Habit
>>
'Blue Monday"
���a a tradition, not a necessity.    Have you see
 jour store'
Ours is a pleasant place���nothing blue aboul  a.    ;.;.,;.,'
people glad, happy; no crowding of goods,   A good light
will
you
diff irent,
,1()Mi front to back.    Everything  looks just as
when you get it home.      Sometimes    its
know.
om- advertising is Intended to interest you.   We
you to "get 'be haWt" of reading "our" new.-  it-
while.
Commencing  on Monday next, the 24th, we wl
each day some article or lines at a Bpecial
we advertise a "bargain" It will be one. ^^^^^
One rule however, each special sale will be for the day
announced���and for no other���but all clay as long as the
supply lasts.
want
worth
1 i iff e��,r
When
THE FAIR
240 Colvmbia  Street
New   Westminster
TRY     AN
��� rn     T-_       X r        ______     -V T *
(Self-Fille
j Autofiller
I Fountain Pen
FOR     SALE     BY
jj J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealer.
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!" | Have you got it? What? "The Habit
both men withdraw from the arena, so , stereopticon troupe be engaged for the
thai  the Tory campaigner would have I entertainment  of the  electors  during
a   new   and   perhaps  easier    man    to ithe Federal  election  fight  in Ottaw
tight. The Conservatives will require a bet-
Either of the two .gentlemen or! ter attraction than this if they hope
both of them in the field would repeat to capture votes.
the dose banded out to the Conserva- "Judging from the non-success of
tive candidate at the last general elec- the Ames stereopticon entertainment
tlon. It mailers nol who is the Stan- in Saskatoon, Sask., this week, It is
dard baaror for the Liberal party, the not erne which moves the- multitude,
statesmanlike administration of thejln that growing city of the West, a
Government,    of    which    Sir Wilfrid   veritable    hotbed    of    politics,    even
l Jfe.*;:**::--:.-:::..*;.*.'-*:^.*;. *:.*:.*!.���).: -*.:��� ^:#*## tt*. .*��������..*������':- *:������ .
I *****************************************���****+*...*,
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them ex
amined. We make no charg;
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
������-��� 1^
Watch Repairs
[f   our watch is stopping or nol  running satisfactorily, b
uis and we will repair and make n  run properly.    Pro ia
an expensive movement which is nol acting as It should, ll
regulate it down to the seconds after putting it in proper ord
W. GIFFORD, Optician :
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Gifford's
Jewelry   Store.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
GIVE US A TRIAL
The
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��***********************
Jeweler ���
ECORD
ik IL.
&
TODAY   WILL   BE   THE   BANNER   BARGAIN   DAY   AT
Johnston's  Big Shoe  House
________________________ -i _  _ ________   ********* ^^^^^ ^^^     m*u^^
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE-More new goods have been placed on the tables, and the prices on these
along with all the others will have a good deep cut. Wholesale prices reign today Shoe up the entire
family and you will be money in pocket. < We can't tell you of all the good things we have here, but a
few prices will show what we intend giving you at our big bargain feast today. We have what you
want and will make the price to suit you. Everybodys pocketbook can be satisfied at "The Big Shoe
House."   Take a look at these prices, then stay away if you can:
Ladies'  Shoes
[_adies' white canvas Blucher cut Oxfords;   regular  $1.75    and    $2.00,
for $1.25
Ladie-s' American fine I'id Blucher cut  black Oxfords;  reduced    from
$3.00 to $2.00
Ladies' $4.00 and $4.50 tan and brown  Oxford-;   our  best   American
make for. a pair $2.75
SPECIAL.���Women's light an I heavy sole,  fine kid Oxfords;  regular
$2.50 for $1.75
The "Cross Shoe." patent  anil tan     pumps;      regular     $5.00     values
for    $3.50
American patenl leather Oxfords in button and lace;    regular   $4.50
for  $3.50
Ladies* pink and blue $3.00 canvas   Oxfords   tor    $2.25
a . ��� ^H^^^I^^^^^I^^^R	
Today's Prici. on This
Shoe $2.75; R.!(|ular
$4.00 Line.
Children's Shoes
SPECIAL LINE.���10t> paira of children's $1-00 and $1.25 Bhoes for 60c
Children's $1.2i> while canvas shoes, per pair   75c
Children's $1.25 and $1.75 patent and kid slippers, size. 8 to 10%, ff)1 ���
per pair  95c
children'., kid Oxfords and slippers, sizes 1 to 7V4;  regular $1.25, for,
per pair 70c
Misses' white canvas $1.50 Ox: irds [or, a pair  95c
This "Packard" Shoe ior
$3.95; Regular Price Sh.
Men's Shoes
AMERICAN  CHC "S FOR  MEN.
The   Newark   tan,   button Oxfords; c    r   5.00 shoe for $3-'^0
The Newark pateni leather Blucher Oxforda; our $5.00 line for $3-50
Men's gun   metal   American   Oxfords    regular $5.00 lint* for  ������  $3-5
Men's tan $5.00 Oxfordo for *
Men's $4.00 box calf and kid iwots now   *
Men's best white canvas Hals and Oxfords, nil Goodyear well make:
regular $3.00 goods now   * *
All our $ii.00 and $fi.r,0 Walkover shoes,  In    patent,    tans    and
. ��� ��� .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^............_____________________________H
All Our Men's High
and Low Cut Shoes
Reduced From 10
to 50 Per Cent.
WE WILL LOOK FOR YOU TODAY
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Limited	
Columbia Street Big Cut on All Miking Boots.
Now Is Your Chance fo Outfit the  x,     c. -   ,     n.    n,    . .    n.
Whole Family at Wholesale Press.   1 he bign ot the Dig Llectric Boot _,_��*��   AUGUST 22.   �����*
THE DAILY NEwS.
SSta
H&i i'lVE.
T.   M .   S m i t h ! The Cash Stores
Extraordinary Week
End  Values
40c Misses' Silk Gloves for 10c pair
In black and white and all colors, silk lisle, lace openwork and plain.    This is a
il line of our stock of misses' gloves at a fraction of their original cost.
15c and 40c a pair, now at 10c a pair
Unheard of values in White and Colored  Bedspreads
$1.75 Honeycomb Spreads for $1.15 $2.00 White Bedspreads for $1.50
Ho     i   ' omb, fringed;   food  make    :������.
     $1.15
ror   	
In   White Honeycomb, ft    ted   md unfrtnged; also
.���Marseille   .mi daman           '���'     English makes
Regular  $2 00 value, fo       $1 50
$1.50 Colored Bedspreads for $1.15
I, white and red, white and blue, etc.; extra heavj honeycomb   cot aged;    regula
;       .���-       $1.15
$'2.50 Marseilles Spreads for $1.75
,:i,l distinct  kinds of  honeycomb  Bitln  damask   Marseilles,   full ���!   ible      I   size;   regulai
��� i.    ' ��� icb   $1.75
75c Fancy Bureau Scarfs for 35c
jure i muslin.  18.454,   nici '     frilled;    regular   75c,   for  .
35c
50c Bureau Covers for 25c
... fringed;
at, each
25c
Two Remarkable Offerings
in Table Damask
lot NO       2is ya       of pure white 60   ach      wide    Ice   '���   i     esign       ;ula    ��� ���"     N '���'���
.  ,.  , '.IK
300 Table Cloths for $ 1.50
LOT no :   Size 8x10, white aacln damai      beau     i      >rder; good qualit..   lama   ..      ;   i   ' ��� " foi   .1-5��
A Magnificent Oil Paintin;
Given Away Free
��� ' the low prices we   ire selling goods al] this week, ������> ���
;e with
i     . magnificent oil painting 14x22, and i  the        |1( '       '"   D      a2*36
come now and select your picture  the tlmeis ���: '* ''   '',A' ^
half .ire alre&dj gone f Ka <���
See  the  Lightning Artist at
Work     in    Our   Window
T. H. SMITH
I TKe   Wide-Awake    Store
T^*~****\\**aaa\%XZ
City News
- -��-^ ���* *
lei
I  en  Thursdav pvhi-iii
to
..
<��
o
o
I >
I'
71 ���*����� * ***���* ********* ������<
IREAD   THISl
Mrs.   .
ing ff,r '���' ���   a long sta
A "' ' -tivng on qualit**
the "Aut *
I    Tv" ladlei irellas, picked up in
!ih''    ''      -    ��� erdaj   afternoon,
1 ar(' ,,: M tatlon awaiting   a
i claimant
1366 ��������� Bugs ,v,,-.. window  for
the lau st  In rail shirts.                  **
Charles T. Purver, ol Claburn, has;
applied for  four Inches of  water    to I
be used on the east half or section 36,
township  16,     Domestlo  an.l   agricultural purposes are the requirements.
For cut flowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.    Phone 184. *
A majo it; ol the senioi lai - ���
players turned oui to practice yesteT
day evening, exercise being indulged
In until darkness made it necessary to
retiree    Wlntemute  weat   not    among
��� on the field he I eing   it presen
j south of the lini   in b holldaj
Have you got it? What-' "The  Habit!"
Pleni!  "i  -'���'. e bargains ti
cured during ihe nex   fe..
Johnston -  I Ig Bhoe  store
The   torn       Civi    ti    Rl  ���
, tion th hi  Dominion -
ernoo    al  the    (south
We it tnin   ���     ang<     All mi ������     - a ���
��� ti I to pui ii. an ai   earance in
It is desired to make a-n
early    --ta'-       Three   more   BhOOta   will
be bei I
We the   biggest   ���'��� ���
oxer he ird ol i Xew Vi estminster a-
our  great   sh ������ ��� ile     Johnston -  ' -
shoe hou ��� **
Greal \ ��� ., ��� en - now travel at
half Bpeed bi tween this city and
Cloverdale, the condition of the road-
ii ij ni iking th - ecautionary nieas-
ure an absolute n< cesslty, As a consequence trains coming in from the
south are often from forty minutes to
nver an houi late
Poi        li     ;     d    roomed    house,
batb   room,   pantrie     i losi I >,   wood
' shed;     horse   Btall,   can lagi    housi
fruit   t.- :   "ii  full  lot,    For further
partii it ply to own      192 Eighth
street, **
V test wil ���        ie math  on the
,,. w  ejredge   Vjax.
i dis will        �� i '       to see
clfii ations
i he   offii Ial    test    tal        -
I Ige, no radical
..}. ���,.. is a credit 1. I       I
tme,       ��� ���  ���       Pols m  I on   ���
For Brsl els
ouqudts, |  '��� phi ne    !'  .;- &  Son,
fl irlsts,   Tel. it
i le i.ui ie i m church of   ������
Instei   and   V mi ouvei   will   b ,: I  Its
i   .   si 1 1 pi< nie   it Englisl
Vancouver,   on   Saturdaj     Ugusi   29.
. special car will leave tbe st ttion in
. Hv  at   10: 10  -i.m     In
ttendi i to  ''i to ioin in an i enj >���  a
, **
e tsanl  .1 i ���
Forgetful  m uketi   - a >onsi
;,, for the discovery of a bag contaln-
nalls and other articles on Colum-
. street, and an axe n'-.tr the R. C.
500 Yards Matting, Just the
Thing for Your Bed Room, at
20c   Per   Yard   and   Up
See Our Oilcloths and Linoleums
We   Make    Awnings
LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
<���
<>���
i >
<��
tr
i.
<>
<>
i>
o
<��
it
LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA STREET.  NEW WE8TMINSTER,   B   C
Opposite  Lome  Street.      Phone 73.
tt
tt
*>
I.
<>
********
E. R. depot yesterdaj
apply to the police
Owners should
clearing out all oui summer boots
and shoes to make way few the swell
fall and winter goods,   Johnston
ShOi    -tore. *'*
John Cai lorn,   whom      ���    poi ce  al-
���   .   '.��� c- . ..  _ ht red-haii.ie.i supplying
liquor in Indians, will an  " ������ .    ���
it  'ite'nre at the i
tod 13
Have you got it" What0 "The Habit!"
Drink  is no  respector  ol   persons.
��� ���   fined s esterday for intos	
,   negro, a  Jap, and  halt
wo whitemen of different na
tHt ��� -
_n   u ctlon sale  will  he    hel I     it
Ion livery Btables on Friday
��� loon next and each succeeding
1 .""moon.   Sale commences at
Horses,   cattle,  rigs,   etc.,   will
.    jed, **
Citj Hall Janitor E. Hoult has not
been feeling at his best recently and
will, on medical advice, ask the city
council at their meeting on Monday
i" _;ive him leave of absence, in order
to trai'-;  an       ci   erate
Net made I      leasi    he e; e, but to
pk ase the palate.    The  "B.  C."  and
Old Sport" Cigars. **
\ deputation waited on Manager
Ki ��� trom Blaine and EJelllngham
3 esti rd to endeavor to lntei est tu
hoard ol control ol the provincial exhibition   'i  ������ curing one ipet   iates on
.nc������ li .'i Daj to this ci'��� Tli>' ''i
moti i    ol  : be   '    ul it Ion    a \   tli I   l!
��� Ial  ��� Ion I      il    "    I to
IE  II]      ill thi msel. ��� s of It
The matter, as ll affects the railways
south of the line. ; oi !ot th state
commis Ion  ol   Weashington.
Th .,.  ig  a, I'm 'hal
wl h tbe V ii" ouvei  V. M   C. A
.   i i foi  nexl  m eefe, pro-
oung ai togethi
. sufficiently strong aggregation to
< i''-mt their trying conclusions with
the Westminsters     A  match was    I i
have I 'i played    between   the   two
ti "���'- to lay, but at almost the last
ica." nt the manager of the Y. M. C
\ discovered that his catcher could
" il turn "ut. consequently the gam*1
'.'. as drooped.
A final meeting of the Fernie relief
e.ommiUee was held yesterday, whe��
accounts were passed for payment.
The receipts from subscriptions have
been $1758, all of which, save $145, is
paid. Titos is exclusive of the city
contribution, the exact nmonnt of
which Is m1* yet known. Of 'His sum
has been experatlad in relief, and
:i cheque for the balance, |W will ho
,   t to Fi  ��� ������   ���   ���   ��� -
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
Vancouver--Mission City
Commencing Mond ij.    August   ;���
1908, freight steamei    M''1 lulloch   '*.  I
letween Jo inson's wharf. Vane t
and   Mission  City,  Fraser  river,
calling at Steveston. Ladnei  and    all
" ���   mediate points.
Leave  Vancouver  7  a.m.   Mondays
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave   Mission   7   a.m.    Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
For further information address
D, H. MACGOrVAN,
Box  357,   \''--a.   Westminster.
Tenders Wanted
The;   Boai**d   of   School   Trustees.   New
Westminster,
Tenders   wanted   for   eight-roomed
ichool   on  Seventh  avenue.    Tenders
M    offici  ot S- cretary   of
��� it   Board   bj   12   noon   on Satur-
29th,    acre'":  '''.   .. 1    | .      .    ; ��� ���   ���
10 p. ' cent, ee* i ontrai I pi ice    Vny or
est 1  ndei nol nee saarll:   ���- eepted
i>- awings and specifications can
s ' n at the City Hall, or with
StESSBS  SH \RP & THOMPSON,
v chitecte.
10 Old Safe Block, Vancouver.
Salt-life in every grain���rWieale.
piquant ��� perfect crystals ���
absolutely pure���
WINDSOR SALT.
!
**************************
I Fruit of j
All        !
*
Kinds
I
School Books
AND
Supplies!
Everything You Need
 AT	
Morey's
Blotters,   Rules   and  Book-
Covers  Free!
!������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
These are no side
lines with us. We
are headquarters for
them. Whether you
wish to buy or sell
in    any    quantity
Come to Us
EXTRA!
ALL ABOUT
THE BIG FIRE!
���
���
I
i C A. WELSH i
: THE PEOPLE'S GROCER :
9*********i ****************
How often you have beard that familiar cry of fhe newshoy
and how your heart has gone out in sympathy to the thousands
who have lost, their home, but have you ever heeded the warning
in that cry?
r>i'l you ever think that your home may be the next to be
burned, and that policy of Insurance you have been intending to
pu|' on is still uneffected.
InsuTP your home and furniture now before it is too late. I
can place It In reliable Canadian companies at lower rates than
anyone else. If you have insured already I can save yon mon��y
when you renew.
Call,  Phone or Write for  Rates
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
********
��    -
Vv,
��� m
r\*\ ���
't-*-��
m* ���*
' .      'I.
���   g  -  .
,       " I
__!���'"__
*
���   Ah
"i
!
:  ��� -..
��� *^Vu*
|;1��."* i*3*Kt \
i       I ��� .i   - ��. ��i ���-
��;>-l
-���' rr'?*
'* 4%,
i   '*���    V ���'i'V
" 4 ��� * ltd,
* SSs^
m
' Ky\%'"
���M
-. 'ii'**i i�� i"
��� " .-.. ' ���
. .,.___*_?.*_> * i.
�����:^
! ���
���       .'    a'-"'-*"'   '
y $ i
.  '%Ia,,   ���
y\;l
'*;,.*���    f., ���:��:*���.'
i   ���    ��� :���������*������'
��� -_l
<*'..   .. ,, V ��
r-i-iVi
^-,;1--'^* w
i'i.,;    ���   .*������     N ^
'it
'afl
lP ��� V   * . J     '" "
-1    .:��� v
i.
'���*-]
K^yf
t y^?y\
m Ml
���      *"������*��� *?__ i' '���*
':   *   ,  ������*    VM'^ifi
IjJ    i* a  *T    T *:
.< , -.V'-�� V.*'"lri
y :;.fil;n��C
:* y-ty
.A       * ���    *'f|'sJ      ''   **'
1 "��� .'��� ���".���J.', '.'���**���
'   *>   ;i'_.    ���' -   ' _r
*'     ***'.       Ill'   '"���% *
- ' ' -.i't'-t*' fi
4",        ��.   r-;.-rt'i*'
li     " .   ' .'.     l.^fx^'
'��� -;fv-'yi't;.'*'f
��� ^m
'-it-?- *��'*.<cJ
.if is, ���  ���.���������..' ��� ��� _ '
!-.l,J_'.^r 1 . ���&���'��� * ** >���*
W*:  *��m
__n      ,',���'><*">'-������
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, AUGUST M
$i!V
It**'
: .>,..   [  ��� i   'i"
-   ". -rr* ".$!*-
���V"   *'V**\
;k*i ���" '/.ts'f
���-.���"���
'":i/-'.\|.V*i'
*
-i
....
'I'
.it:
iky..
���! _H_ witlr'J*
'  ��� i, 'I. ' r*.'.;'��� . > '
.'���'"l'*��_.'__*,w'
. -. ii
1$$
. ^ .,'*ji
't
i-'i:-W-.j'i\: *. ru *
mm
���'_'..(%   *;t__k9.!___..'i
\\n 'i t/H i * *
u >������ ��� It -a1, ���
'lUVi'.i If r _>���'./-,
'���*(."'Sill! *M<1**t*t '
v. I i *
_t. i
*���"���   ;��..>? ita* .
' .�����;   i.��  VI'''.. * '
:< famM: y
������_���-��� ���������i'i.
SHOP
EARLY
OPEN
t   V   E   N   I   N   G   S
Westminster Clothing
3
CHURCH
SERVICES
.-^-^���-.'".^.������-'n'^^
(Contributions for this column must
be left at tne office of the News before
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
ln by the pastor or other responsible
rarty.)
Sunday, August 23.
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. W. H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m, Sunday school and Bible class at
2:30 p.m. The pastor will preach
both morning and evening. Evening
topic, "Have You Made Up Your
Mind to Win ?"
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m.
and i p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev- A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Com-
muftlon first Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meeting
on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
No subjects received.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m, and 7 p.m. Sad-bath
school and Bible class 2:30 p.m. Rev.
A. (',. Welbon, missionary for eight
years in Korea, will speak at the
morning service Pastor iu the even-
in*;.   Subject, "Predestinating Grace."
\VKST END aMETHODlST���Rev. V.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m Rev. C. E.
Batsold will preach in the morning
and the pastor in the evening.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev.
L. Thomas, pastor. Services at ll
a.m. and 7 p.m.
No  subjects   received.
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sand, pastor.
No   subjects   received.
"THE
WUEAttf,
*oiuJuywm\
in Muaaejiii I
jrm-MMti��
ill
FOR SALE BY
&C0.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 18s.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
Noti
ice
Rev, B. A.
Telephone communication has heen
established with WESTMINSTER
I JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAM-
| MOM), ll VNEY, RUSKIN.   Other offl-
HOLY TRINITY   Ceieoratlon ofthe ces on the line to Mission City will be
Holy   Communion    .    a.m.,    Matins, nno.aj _i,,���.h,.    \-���,e . _n, ,      ,	
'lopened snoitly.    .Notice will he given
Litany and sermon ll a.m.   Evensong ... ,
,as  additional  offices are opened.
;�����! ! -. iinoii   c  p.m.
No BU"OJects "' "v"' British Columbia relephone Co., Ltd
:  CITY   MISSION   will   con.Inn
Dispatched by C. T*. R. train at 7:1a
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
dally.
Millside No.  1,  daily  e*t__���_ San-
day;   Sapperton No.  1,  dally  except
Sunday.   Malls received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched by B. C. Elecmc rallwaj
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No.  1,  dallyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by.C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first mail). Return mall received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton, No. 2;  MHlsld��     i
Coquitlam, daily except Sun___����.   ��_.���
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12'00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,    Wednesdays
and Fridays;   leaves 11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. mr.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyier. 4 n. m.:
To southern points, daily except
Sunday.   Return mail 11 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays .and Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8 45 a.m.:
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, Tun .(en**-.
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points in eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m. Bonar-~d Wednesdays
' and Saturdays.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
. ;       Ir hall on Elgin street
few  il     ���     above     C ilumbia
. ���     Sun ���     oon at 3 o'i lock.
1 at 7:30      n o on the i
Sal ird i;        bt al   i   10 ./clock.
,   i .'        METHODIST
in    .   10   i.m.. Sun
la ;" a.m.   Epwo th I.-
Dundon Id    - cliool
ho   e; Si t 2 p m. and   Sunday
. he ... al ���' |i ni.   Re\ W, Ewarl Jones,
; - -hi   I
BURNABY MISSION Pastor, ll.
w. \v. Bromwich, East Burnaby. Ser
vices us follows:    Must Burnaby, Sun-
.. Bchool at two o'clock: preachijig
a. rvlce at " p.m ; young people's i er-
vice nt 7:30 p.m.; Thursday, prayer
s��; vice at S p.m. Wesl Burnahy,
Sunday school al 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
Notice to Contractors.
I '     ' '        e en     Ion and    com-
L'lo.      ;     i   will
i>   tin    undei  Igned   up
to  Wi    ii      . Vug.  26,     Plans
and  s] ��� clfii it   ...      may   be  seen    al
-iin ���    Sixth and Clarkson Btreets,
nnd   ai   clmrk's    office,     CHoverdflte.
Lowest or any tender u<it necessarily
accepted,
C.   II    CLOW, Architect,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between|
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
, And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
| Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via [Niagara Falls.
l-'or 'lime Tables, etc.. aclclress
GEO.  W.  VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
A��ent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!
t,. .Canadian National Exhibition'
Toronto
Find Wrecked Boat. Tickets on sale August  24th to Bap-
Winnipeg, Aug. 21.   All  hope    tor temher 3rd.   Good   until   September
the   party consisting of Miss Tumock 26th.    Pare $62.70 return,
and  Messrs   Herbert LMnouriij    ant! por further particulars ana reBervt-
D ,..!  McGlfford,    the   three   youni tions apply
"Winnipeg people, was set at rest yes
terday by the ftnding of thefr tTOai on
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
���the   east side of the lake   with a gap-   (H U) E. J.  COYLE,
lng hole in the centre, '    Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
AnTnno fi ending a nkotch and tie., iti i.i i im may
qulcklf luei'iertalu our opliilem froo wnetbar an
Inveeillim UprohaWy pivKeiiteiWn (.'.niiiiiiinloei.
HntiBKtrlctlycnnnelniillKl. HANDBOOK cjn I'atcnM
Bent free. OldoBt auoncy fur BQOQnjlS iiatfiiet_.
I'nti'tita taken through Munn A Oe. receive
tpctialnotice, without Obaruo, In tha
Scientific American.
A bandeteinielr Ulii��tmt4_l weekly. LieiKcst clr-
culatlein 'if ��ny leeloiitltle! Jniirniil. 'lerues for
Cauaela. U.T5 a year, peiHliyje prepalei, gcild kl
all ncwuelualeni.
MUNN &Co.w,B-<"'New York
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess .May leaves Vancouver
July 21, 21, .August 3, 9, 15.
VANt��OUVER-V.CTORlA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria fo-
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves N'ew "Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
S S  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquko Harbor and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:80 pm- daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8 p.m. every "Wednesday, from Vancouver    10   am. every
Thursday.   Returning arrlvat at Van
corner Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 1 tj tli or
every  month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N'ew Westminster Monday,
"Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER.
S. S.  Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursd iy, Friday tin.I Sal irdaj :it '���',
p.m. ��� opt .-'.i' ut daj at - p.m. Addi*
tii        trip Mondaj  5 .i rn,
J., .ue Westham Island Monday,
'rn. i lay, Wednesday, Thursday, Sat-
urd i' at 7 n.m. Friday 6 a.m. Add.
tiona! trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m.
Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
Any available Dominions lands within tbe railway bolt iu British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
who is the sole nead of a family, or
any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district In
which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by tbe father, motUer,
son, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six mouths' residence
upon and cultivation of thy land in
each year  for three years.
(2) If the father tor mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing witn
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has bis jK-rman-
ent residence ui>on farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements .as to residence may be satisfied hy residence
upon 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 he
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres t_ha'! be
leased to one individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of live cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister nf the Interior
..-NT.,11,
_ �����_���*���  .
For   reservations   and   intormatioi
nil or address
BSD. GOULET,
Aagent,  New WeHtnitnater.
a. J. OOYI.E.
.���st  (len. Pnn   Agent, Vancouver.
.).  W. TKOUP.
Oeneral Ruuerlntendent virtorix
P. O. Box  474. Tel. 63.        Res.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,  Hences,   Crest-
Ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tr nth ^tre^,   ���   New Westminster
SenUta Approval A
To Responsible People   *' Woni'*\
>|0(ll_IT__ ,
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
V/)e InK Pencil
Your Choice e.f
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
��� ynopsia Of Canadian North.^1
Homestead Regulation*.
Any even numbered .-ei Ucm cl ft>|
minion lands in Manitoba, __as_atc��
ewan and Alberta, excepting S a_i8,|
not reserved, may be homesteail.i]rl
any person who is the sole head o: il
family, or any male over is ji-itscll
age, to the exWnt of une-quirte-: mcJ
tion of ISO acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry    must
made  in person   by  the applicant I
a Dominion Lands Agency   or ej;.|
agency for the district ;n which |
laud is situate.   Entry by prosy m
however,   be made  .a an agency i
certain conditions by tbe father, ntotf
er, aou, daughter, brother ur _;_*.����
an intending  homesteader.
The homesteader ls rejuir.d to petl
form the homestead duties ui.Jer ot_|
of the foi.owing plaDH
(1) At least six months' resUewj
upon and cultivation of tttutilll
each year for three years
(_)    A Homesteader iuo>. ;'. 1*1
(.���ssires,  perform the    required rtf|
dence  duties   by   living on   fan
laud owned   solely  bv  him   not I
than eighty   (.0)  acres In '.r.-y
the vicinity of his homestead   i*
owuershlp in land will not meet t__|
requirement.
(li)    if the fathe-r (or iii":_.��� ;!'i<
father ls deceased) of a homestM*!
Dus permanent resldi:. e      farmai
land owned solely by him, not mf
than eighty  (80)  acres In extent,
the vicinity of the homestead, ot l
ui a home-stead entered foi bj ti
in the vicinity, such homesteadersil
perform his own residence duties l^
living with the father (or motlHl.
H)    The term "vicinity" In '������''���'*]
preceding  paragraphs Is definetl
meaning not more tlwiii nine tirt
a direct line, exclusive of thi ffls
of  road  allowances cr issed   :t
uieaBurement.
(n)    A   homesteader   Inti      '
perform   his   residence   lutles  '������ '
cordance with the above whllt ���''������"*]
with parents or on farming and
ed by himself must notify tin- >#*\
for the district or sue IntenUon
Six months' notice In *. |
be given to the Commlss
minion Lands al Otl
to apply for patenl
W
Deputy or the Mini-'
N.   it.    Un mtnorl
this advertisement
for.
IlluHraliucis are Exaut bi/e
Every pen guaranteed
full 11 Kl. Si lul CuUi- cut
im right hind may be had
ni either our standard
Mack, opaque pattern, ur
Neii breakable Tranipai- ,
| ent. ns dealred, tiiher in 1
plain or engraved Bnith
eX
as prefert
You mny try i|,|�� ,���.��� , w,_k I
lfy..iiil-ii���ltiml|l���_,,|lr���������u,,|'l
��� liolkr   trlli la n,,,,, y,��� '
eur�� fur       ,,.��� Im, ������,     i
emu  In   ��uy nil,., ,������|,r   ,, ,
I .nlirnly   i.li.f��ie.,ry In .very ,���.
I  ipeoi ri'luin It and we \aill ��� , ., I
yoD ll.io (ot It
Cut Ml���,,!, ������rt��m������, ������,]
ooapMttlMk prenf trlotnph bi,,
i.i. csrrlid   In   .ny penltloa   In
I puckni ur ibopplni i._k. wrltei ��i
I nny   auiel. ., flrlitouoh.   pi,||..
1 num liprlnm t��_, Iridium
point, peillih.il vulnniwA tukl.,-,
C-����, Inert eotta tllilnh. Ilei.il
��� vi.rywh.rn for ��_ M). ��������!,
wintfit    Writ, for t.ren��,   W.lio
I nuw "lilt jou fonjlt."   Mdrui I
!��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.'
225     Majtttlc Bldg .
Trains & Steamersj
(' P.R,   M UN
Leave  New  V. -
17:25 ami 19:3B
Arrive   at     New   Wi
10:30, 18:3B and -'   ; .,.J
Ovi ri.unl    express
, leaves 15:15. ..j I
.     CHEAT NORTHERN ��*{{:,< J
Lv. N. W. y.ao n.m.; ar. pe*?:{i io pi
i Lv. N. W. 4.H5 P-1U-; lir* BeM
p.m. ,.n
I V    W   & Y.���VANCOuVEB
||Lv. N.W. 3 p.m. and ��,-��J"^
i Lv. Vancouver 8.85 n.n'v ;"': ,()N,
G. N. R.���PORT '���""', ;i.
Leave New Westminster -
arrive Gulchon 6 P nl ,   eje(|
Leave Guichon 0 a  ni. ^
u   i'      ,.  I'T.'I'1"'
New "Westminster 8. i& -��   ^-a
,. c. BIJX3TR1O--VANC.00VPJ
Dttrort,
Mlik
tr       ADVERTISE       *S|
��� ��N ���
THE     DAILY     NEWS
B.
50 I'
Leave New Weslin^1'"'" ' ;>J
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m.. :'ni1 el ���
tour thereafter till H I���'���"���     .,t\
Lv. Vancouver for W-WWJ,
5:50, (1:50, 7:20 and half tu"
11:30 p.m
Have you got it? What? '
M H'ltit ruR��AV
AUGUST 22
1K*.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE SEVEN
M> M ttltT"**��� *******
m.^^^******** w. N. Draper FERNIE SUFFERERS HELPED
��� nu 11 i-r>Tlll_'_*Tril 111 I'llll I 1
YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
Advertising
,.... ""^'-i.'*..** .'*
-������ ;if"y-K-
-
���  ���
���
il Central Meat Market
COSTS MONEY
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
The Daily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
B.   C   Land
Sur\ c\or
Ellard BlocK. New Westminster, B C
.1. T Trachy 	
______________.^^_^^^__ Bnnes & Reid     5 00
BYWESTM1NSTEKRESIDENTS;;        ...�� ��
Brown s burlier shop    >9
  Fraser chop house 50
Hee riinns   2 00
The following Is the complete list | ^y^, AgBocl&tlon     2 00
ot contributions to dale to tin- Fernle j Malins, Coulthard & Co. ... 2,00
Thou.  Mowbray _ 00
relief  fund
Ch
oice Meats at
Cash.
���
X
Corner  Ktuhth S*.   .nd    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370
BOWELL &  ODDY. Proprietors.
Miss George
.i   ti. Brymner    	
i'   Q. Major  	
I-' .i   Hart a. Co   	
W.   I.   House)     	
Wm. Wolfenden 	
Dr.   Drew    	
w. il   Barrai lough
Dr.  Walker   	
Employee'-; penitential
Vanstone'   ft   CO    	
George Kennedj  	
At Reasonable Kates |l    mn
r. W. Haslam 	
| Plumbing, Gas Fitting,
Hot Water Fitting
W. F. Hansford  ������* &-0'1
i-   ii. Sword   10.00
... 2.00
.. 5.00
.. 10.00
.. 2.'). 00
..      2.00
...      2.50
in 00
...      5 00
., .hi
... It. tiO '
... 20 "H1
(i.  R   Spec*!,
jni*. w ise
Mi--  Ward
.1.  D
No
any
connection    with
 I    combine.
j All time work 60c per hour.
X Satisfaction guaranteed
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A
��� U i,
Have you got it? Wh.it? "The Habit!
m
TELL the story of your store oif&ihgs-.tp the
early in the  morning,  through
of Westminster's morning
public
the medium
newspaper,
DAILY
NEWS
���
,. ii
i
..<���'"
- -**.
V_;
\ lBflME����E
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM AN"V
POINTS IN Till-: OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
Next    salllnga   of    i.Ue    Empresses
Sept. t  in i 18.
For utl" r  dates  and  particulars,
tipply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
t "The Milwaukee''
it
Cl
We   print  ads.
���
ranging   in   size
from   one    line
to   double   page
-
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
Tbe   Pioneer   Limited"  St.   Paul   tS
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
K*_n_as City to Chicago
iN'o trains in the service on any
railroad in th" world that equal in
equipment that of tlie Chicago, Milwaukee 4 St. Paul Railway. They
own and nvr;it_ their own sleeping
and '''ni I-- **:rs on all! their trains and
<ive     f>  I trOOs   an   excellence   of
servi  i    i .      btainahle 'kewherr
,   , ROWE.GeneealAgeat|Rob6rt-KennMy
134 [Turd *        r   "''" ��"rM��id. Or
Vsncoovet    P   '"
James Lord    	
Westminster bowling allej
Bartenders' union .
J   H   Todd 	
A   Friend   	
\l rs. C   Pui . i	
L)   Boyle    	
Ci   W. Beggs     	
Sablto ft  Co	
Bros	
!   M in'; & Co	
I.   Hill 	
li tide i*"- Kdmonds
T   ll   Pearson  	
.i   K   .lien (N  c. it.) ...
... es B. C. I*:. K.
P      I'e e.ill's     	
ii   M   Marshall 	
_re ii aid Bros	
T   I    Briggs 	
i'.    tnblan  Pub. t'o	
M'Hie i Grocery  	
lake Mai nine Work.
r  Crake	
William Turnbull 	
Dr. Franl   Smith   	
Dominion  Pipe Co
I ir, Oreen    ,.��*.
P   liirre!	
|  W,    .},     \ VlUrat l'i  Ig
11 "r   (',.  Drew   	
Small & Bucklin --.<���:,,
John Stewart (Elgin)
C, K   H,irt ley   	
A.   Su . IH-Mi    ,
Ed   WalmslfiJ
'I'lionei   i irey  	
K.  Salt  	
Mrs. I. JUcMartin  ...
William Qoodfellow ,,
i   i. ive e  	
J.    H.    O 1111011     	
Capt.  Plttendrlgh        2.50
'i ��� Ins, Coulthard & Co.
1.00
       10 00
       1  00
Kennedy      20 00
P. O. Bllodeau       10.00
B. C   Distillery    25.00
L.  A   Devi.        50 00
Father O'Boyle        10.00
R. J. Rlckman 	
Rev.  a. Shlldrlek   	
W   .1   Kerr's office. 	
_   __   Rand   	
.1    i   Cambridge  	
John Sprott   	
O.   Wilkie   	
,H   P McMartln 	
00 p. W. Johnston 	
.i   Reld 	
J. S. Clute   	
C   S    Ke th   	
R  li  Cheyne	
8. A. Fletcher 	
A   P Granl 	
.i    Mahonej        	
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!
50.00
5.00
14 00
10.00
1 oo
1 00
1 00
i   00
1 III)
i on
1 00
i oo
1 00
1 00
. -
i 00
L0 oo
00
'J 00
B   "Cl
IIII
25 mi
	
1.00
Doherty   ^^^^^^B
t .rn.   Myei i Gray 	
1 00  l.   \\ii-rn      	
10 00  V.   ii   Nesblt 	
00   M   Monk    	
��� oo d F a. p	
L0 00   ���' tig ,,e    	
1" 00   S   .1    	
iii 00  Clt;   Hall   	
50 50  Westminster Japani se
r��.oo Burqultlam	
B.OO  Bank of Montreal   	
2.50 j Citizens' pie nie committee
10 on Hi..... lodge, 8. "   E. B, 8..
in 00  H   O. mown         '
85.001 George Mead       !
25.00 | 	
1.00 (Collected by Chief Mc.Int.os.h.)
2.00  J.   L   Mclnnes   ���,	
5;Q0|O   F. llradsjiaw
25'.oo11_, ��*iP6P- .,���-:.
J. C. Gill   .'..,.
W.   H" _ .   ���
V.i 00
oo
:, 00
5 00
7 50
., no
:,u
I 50
so.on
21.60
2.00
50,00
25,00
IB. 00
i oo
B.OO
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.50
r, .oo, ^^^^^
10.00ID,  Mcl.00,1  	
25.00 George McMurphy
2.00 ' ���
__:_. ".i
5.00
C.oci
6.00
ft, 00
r..oo
(Collected St St. Mungu Cannery.)
.,  1.00
  1   00
 I  1 . 00
00 S Bruce Fisher     1  00
5 00 IS. R	
i oo  George C   Waldie
2.001 George Btagg
00   Andrew  Halcrow
.ni John K   Raphall
2 oo
2.50
1.00
I   00
1.00
SOCIET.ES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODUE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellows' hall  Colum
bla street. eve.ry   Men ie-.   evening
al   V  or,'u '���
I Hamon '  - ..    ���
John   Wis��   	
'������ -'��n  	
..^H	
Di     Holmes ft Hacking    25.00IA
G, Rawllson       2.00   I
i;. i   Goulet  	
E. J. Fader, and office staff
! on. a c lanfleld  	
II   Mungo Canning Co  20.00
t imes  Vndei Bon    10.00
10.001 	
:. ii i       i Collected       the Dally New-- ��
2 mi   Dally   News  25 00
LO 00  T. II   W  I  00
25.00i Mrs, W, N. Bole   10.00
ll    I'.-ew ' .-   emplei-.   e_  15.00
Whealler       r'-'-''
I!   Wilson        20.00
���v. O. U. W.��� FRASER LOCGE No. ..
��� Meetings tbe first and third Tues
diiy In each montb. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
lx>dge room, A. O. TJ. W. hall. Odd
ftll'iws'  block, Clarkson  street
John Crean        '" ""  "
B .".   Friend   ....
50.00 J Anonymous
n   Bourk
2.00
2.50
2.00
.OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
.OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���Tho regular meetings ol
this Lodge line held on the Second ! N<   r, r���ks
D   Grossman   .
' ���   i -," E   M irtln  	
F. B.  Lyle 	
it 11  Jardine 	
i   Gifford  	
John   Peck   	
A   E. White 	
II. T.  Kirk       10.00
J, W   Mcintosh        r, 00
Rev   J   3.  Henderson         5.00
a.  Pringle           3.00
M. Sliiclalr       B.OO
       5.00
2.00
I oo;
10.00 VV. E. Fales
10.00 Thomas Rutledge
in 00 E   Ooiidy  	
10.00 N. W. Of amery .
5.00 Hardman & Co. .
Merctiandsn
If
YOU   WANT   A   HOUSE
YOU  WANT  A FARM
YOU WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A SMALL AD.
A DISPLAY  AD.
A LA .RGE  AD.
A LARGER   AD.
und Fourth Tuesdays of each montb
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows'  Hall
Mark  ft  Co     20.00
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES.
Aerie N'o. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W.  Pres ;   H. Schofield, Secretary.
tHE   ROYAL   TEMMLARS  OF   TEM
PERANCE  meet   every Wednesday
st   .  o'clock   p,  m.,  In  Oddfellows I Jos
hail, Columbia Btreet.
The other fellow wants whaty-i have or lias i bat vou want
:K    Kim
To
in
get
use space in
toucK    w��tl
TKe Daily N
!Wfl
!
!
-
-
SON.. OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A8
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on fhe First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.    Chief W. Sutherland.
S*��� Our
M. Man
For
Rates
Thi.)   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Batail   Merchants' wsocia.
Uon of Chatham IB a Level-headed.
or.am/.a.tion. At a recmr meet-
tag newspaper idverttstng was
artcwaed, and the general opinion
ol .lle members was that aews-
naner adverttnlng WM the best, an,
Lam and .ther adrertlBlog of
UcUm ^ almost useless.
_0. o. F.���Royal CHy Lodge, No. 3
Mo-Ms In Oddfellows' Hall. Col-
uinlila Street, every Friday evenlu?
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
he made welcome. J. B. Lawrence,
N. G.| 0. E. Osborne, P. G , record-
Ins secivtary.
��� 08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Kfwl Rose Oegree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
in K. of P. Hall, rv-dumbla St., at
. p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time snd place.
********
****** H******+**4
ic-t^c^,^^^^  "
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton. No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
V., C*��urt Westminster, No. 3_0:
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nest No. 29;
Mcl.eod,
Walker J^^^M
E. M   Meredith 	
James Johnston   	
M 'S   Hugh Cordon
George Turner  	
J. w. CTelghton  	
W   W   Forrester	
J. A  Montgomery	
Armstron-C   	
Dr   Kenny  	
it   Ryall    	
I Hudson   	
3   II   Thompson   	
John Reld 	
\   M   Fraser 	
White. Shil"s & Co.  . ..
II Dorer 	
J.   Crane   	
Mi ,-er. ft Preston ..
Martin  fi   McQuarrie
W. A. (lllley  	
j, B. Kennedy 	
Oardhoiise Uros	
J. J. MacKay & Co.
J. J. Jones  	
Diamond Barber shop
J.  Relchenbach   	
H. O. Bule 	
W. J. Brennan  	
Holbrook hotel   	
William Collier  	
J. D. B. McDonald ...
R.  Elley   	
B. C, Cigar factory
M. .1. Phillips ��� ���
Daniels ft  Unit
io.oo
5.01
10.00
20.00
10.00
30.00
.to. oo
(ieoree
Ad*ms      IS.00
25.00
.40.00
Br ickman-Ker	
Cunningham Hardware Co.
Hale Bros  10.00
J. __, I^ee   JO.O'i
������'���' ..minster Clothing Co  10.oo
Reid & Co  15.00
C    A.   Welsh     10.00
T.  Mulr   10.00
Adams & Deans   10.00
Mrs, Birtch   15.00
T. H. Smith    100.00
W. S.  Collister     100.00
W.  C. Chamberlin    10.00
W. E. Sinclair   10.00
T. S   Annandale   25.00
Johnston .Shoe Store  25.00
H   Morey & Co  10.00
J.  N\  Ai'chisnn     20.00
McMenemy Meat Market
West
5.00
50.00
6.00
2 00
5.00
.'. 00
5.00
5 00
1 o. 00
5.00
:, to
5.00
20.00
15 oo
5.00
15. ol	
5.00'Sing On Co.
5.00
End Grocery     20.no
5.00
25.00
15.00
���..00
10.00
10.00
5.00
25.00
2.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
Qnong On Wo & Co	
Sins; Kee  	
Xing Lai A. Co	
Jackman efc Rurtman 	
Fxlmonds Tea Co	
Mrs. Hoff ir I    	
Acme Clothing Co	
Frank  Broad   	
Benson & Ayling   	
Gordon Dry Goods Co	
Anderson  &  Lusby  	
Fraser Valley Meat Market
Frank MacKenzie	
M. W. Grant  	
Howard and   Muirhead
Hav* you got it? What? "The Habit!'
Falch    ���     B*00
Occidental hotel
Alex. Matheson
Jas. Wise 	
Al. Peters ...r��,
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
in 00
10.00
35.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
.   14.00
Barclay  &  Adams    $23.00
Bryson & Sons .
Kyle & Son . ��� ��� ���
Ianson & Aune ���
H. Morey & Co.
5.00JBelyen ft <*>. ...
S.50A. L. Lavery ...
20.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
6.00
l_ .  "v
vv.
v. ������'���������'-*���
nyy *a* '
yj**t'
Sf A1
fe..
Jj      r
[     '
-.���     .       '"-u        '���*%*'
ma
���    ��� ,   :
���
' jft * \*
���
*^m:
, ���
i ���
'.*���
Ij
'   -
'** ��� ,*-'V li-^u^
���
���
������*,* >4V.
e>i>
1   ���'     A
������������ '   ��� . .
"  ��$
ll-i ''a'
|L��U -V *> la f*n
��� ���   I ���
'    '-, ��� <#
, i4"1ti i% .tf^r
A   t-1      " t''";
'���   ���*��� ii_*'i
,���'��� ^*'t-
i 4 */
i        ��� iM ���      ' ���   b*
.   7*    >*',
: >MM_ ���
- .���"<*�� i*.-��'_,'��
- tl-a.   ���
.*._
-f��J.. -a-
'������'*'
��� 1
*i m
r, r^ieT'���.;���'.
4 ,v?
.Mi
't-SaAfj
W'��BH
��� $m
�����.;
-*.   .. f.
-,'���:. ���; .*
t\ 1 -Km   ' ���',' ', *" VeK'^i|*l ���
* ���->^^S|
���I ������'.!
* M
_..***     ��� ���
���f^.l*��Tw?lj
r-t,
��� yy\---
��� WM
'   i     -������""        '  m
'  '^;i
��� *. $r*Lm
*
���������*
i* Tv.1 _u 2ii
i       '       , ����� *, ^��. * ~*m
' *^m
���* m,-'- '.*'*'��.
���tr    "__ *' ..���'.��
*;yy\  'W^-v-
-*. tj��l"l��**^" *^-,-'*'.<fi
���	
  -...rl
,f>*1"  '..v#.^'""l
��� ���'. *���' ���"   V^r*
���*. ^*^>>r*-j
\ "*' , *..���������>;*���
* f!, ��� iSfrtt***
' '. ' ****    ��� 4 ..       '���*
'   ,1)   S.f'**l''���>
f   "   l'       ������    * a     ����        ���**
>  ���  ��M  "��i    **  "   to"    !_."      ! fl <***���'*'
PAGE BIGHT.    Jf
THE BAM
t .'it-
tf��i__8^.'V "
I    I.V   af*     '        '���"���
���������:'tj--. :Z"'
1 *�����   .-���  ��������,.'
fk ."-kit *
:ir.L.   ���*. A">
'���   '       '"'    __,iJi ����'"   '
-V-C     ���'���-:.6'J-
'^'Wp*r
,. ...vSf WF- ���''
:  "J .Hid �����
,*,��', ���'���
tri
*_._
������ - ,-vi-ri;
..'.-������ 4 i"
���r.
... *:-     ���
���V_   S    1 '
.*:. 1 t'.-'lr**
i"*��effii. ���>:
tli h't' "
���V. :#*���>.-v
*_u;-^
..* <_:
a wife
1
.��
:._
��� '*��� it
"*tll*'>M��
'-"tf'
fell
_t*t-S��f��_^
"* .* ~>ialL	
I ff rf ��� Jr ! ���*
1?.-!
u
��* \*
bit:
lift
il life
v;'g f*wS::.'
"f?   -i ..vb t w�� ���
pi: ���
1   :* -t>-
Jii.JMT
I _
Iii   "QeanCr
ti��' ���_.��� ���___. *
That's Our Brand
w
!
���
���
Saws
Chisels
111   | Hammers
Axes, Re.
i
:
:
DRUNKEN MINERS HELP
CAUSE IIF PROHIBITION
Time Is Money
SATURDAY,  AUGUST ��
Quartzburg   Miners Who  Voted  Grant
County Dry  Just for Fun, Now
Realize their  Predicament.
Any ot our tools bearing
"Clean Cut" are fully guaranteed
hy us.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
Portland, Aug. 21.���Just  tor a Joke
and   to   see  whal   it   would   feel   like,]
twenty-four Quirtzburg, Ore., miners,
all   drunk,   agreed   io   vote   for  local
option m the Oregon general election,
dune   1.  They   have  juot   found  their j
little  jest   will   force  them   to travel
many long miles into the neighboring
county ot" Baker if they ever want toi
drink over a saloon bar again.
On election day the two dozen;
Quartzburgers were compelled to walk
six miles to Prairie City for their
liquor, lt had disgruntled them, so'
when^one suggested, "Boys let's vote,
the blamed county dry," the rest fell i
in with joy.
Grant county went dry by a trifling
majority,   considerably  under   twenty-j
four.     The   saloonmen   appealed;they
have just lost again, and the county,
wMc-h is inhabited principally by min- j
ers, cattlemen and sheepmen, usually j
the last to fall into prohibition ways.j
will be without saloons at  least two j
years. I
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MU1R
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Have you got it? What? "The Habit!"
Tennis Tournament
Today will see the close of the
eight-day tennis tournament at the
courts, much interest being centred in
the different sets. One feature of the
tournament has been the small number of games won by default, the
pleayers having been on hand on almost every occasion when their presence at the net was required. Prices
will be awarded to the different winners at the close of today's games.
Yesterday's Results.
Motherwell and Miss Corbould won
from Wright and Miss Shildrlck, 6-4,
6-1.
Diamond and Mrs. Grant won from
Eddy and Miss Peele, 2-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Macrae won from Motherwell, 6-1,
7-5.
Miss Corbould and Miss C. Corbould
won from Mrs. Grant and Miss Peele,
9-7, 6-4.
Today's Finals.
Macrae  and Davis  vs.    Eddy    and
Gibson.
'    Miss Corbould vs. Miss Shildrick.
Winner of Macrae and  Davis and
I Eddy and Gibson vs. Wright and Corbould.
,     Macrae vs. Eddy.
Motherwell and Miss Corbould vs.
Diamond and Mrs. Grant.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
! PANIC NARROWLY AVERTED
IN   EDMONTON  THEATRE
I TRAVFR<s AUCTIONEER and
J. IIWiVLIVJ VALUATOR . . .
All   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone   A 243.
Auction  sale  every  Friday morning
t n the   Market square.
.-   you    ot it.' What? -The Habit!"
Edmonton.   Aug.   21,���A  fire    panic
with probable injury or loss of life wa
narrowly  averted at    the    Edmonton
opera house during the sacred concert
last   night.     While   the   building   was
packed to tlu- doors, the fire apparatus
dashoil up the street at ten p.m. to a
fnv at   Laporte's   pantorium,  several
buildings west.    The crowd near the
doors   rushed   out   aud   others   seeing
the llames through the windows stari-
ed Lo stampede to the doors.   Harold
Nelson, who was  in the midst of thel
recital of a scene from the Lust, Days
of Pompeii, endeavored with the as- |
slstance of Frederic   Clark   to quiet]
the audience and managed   to   keep
limsi nt' tho people in their seats until the exits ivi re all thrown open and
the crowd quietly dispersed,
Have you cjot it? What.' "The Habit!"
REAL ESTATE
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
TAKE TIME AND ATTEND THIS SALE BE
FORE IT IS TOO  LATE.
WE ARE NOT OFFER-
ING ANY CHEAP,
POORLY-MADE SHOES;
BUT THE BEST THAT
CAN BE PRODUCED
BY THE SKILL OF
MAN; NO OTHER
STYLES BUT THE LAT-
EST.
Tomorrow
Never Comes
to Those
Who Wait.
The Time for
Action Is
Right Now.
Your Feet
and Our
Shoes Will
Be Good
Friends.
GET THEM TOGETHER WHILE YOU HAVE
THIS TRULY MARVELOUS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE.
THE PURCHASING
POWER OF YOUR DOLLARS HAS BEEN
Doubled
During This
Sale.
W. t Sinclair
Tlie Reliable Shoe Man
Collister's  Special Summer
Clearance Sale
Prices
These special low prices are of great importance to
you. Remember, these reductions are for August
only, and avail yourself of the money-saving oppor.
tunities while you may.
Save a third on bathing
suits
Ladies' Bathing Suits of black,
navy and cardinal lustre or serge;
all sizes to select from although
not to be had in all colors; regular
prices $2.75, $3.75 and $4.60. Sale
price $1.85, $2.50 and $3.00
One-third oft on all children's
and misses' bathing suits.
A special underskirt
underpriced
When we say a special underskirt we mean an underskirt of
black sateen with double frills, full
I in size, in various lengths, and
j bought for a leader in our underskirt department to sell at $1.50.
| We reduce the price for our August
sale,  each
$1.25
Special lines oi school
handkerchiefs
A brand new lol ol small t<%
handkerchiefs ha.- just arrived
some have pictured borders, othert
have pictures all over, Borne art
aU white, while many lines la*
neat colored hemstitct.d ^w
and are Excelda finish. Prict-a art
lower than usual, during thlB Bale
2 for 5e;  3 for 10c; 6 fur 25c; 5��.
3 for 25c and  ^
Ladies9 Nightdresses
$1*65 Each
Similar tn illustration above, made
of fine cambric and neatly trimmed
with lace and insertion around yoke;
reguar values $2.nn and $2.2'.. Sale
price, each $1.65
Ladies' Cotton  Undervests���-Note the
Reductions        .
Ladies' cotton undervests with long and short sleeves
or without sleeves at very low prices to clear.
Whit* Cotton Undervests���Regular price 25c and 30c. Sale
price, each    fa
White Cotton Undervests��� Regular price 35c Sale pri��,
each  25t
White Lisle Undervests���Nicely trimmed; regular price Mc,
Sale price     35c
Ladies' White Cotton Combination*��� Regular price $1.10 to
$1 25.    Saile price, each        50c
Strong Blouses for
Those Sturdy  School
Boys
They are all reduced in )>rice by at least one-quartet;
some by one-third. There lg no use fittinp the boys out ia
poorly made clothing and you cannot buy that kind bere,
We have the best ma.i,. blouses you can buy for boys ol
such materials as English duck drill linen in whit.-er colors.
in sizfts for boy's from 1 to B years. Ask to see thp special
line at 70o each.    Regular  prices  $1.00  and   .11'
An   Underpricing  of Boys9
School Stockings
cHdSja
25c  Per Pair
In i the kind ol li"*:<' the boys like, made with reinforced even heel
and loos, anil 2 and 1 ribs with double kneeB; Unit bo as to lit neatlj
around the knee   .   Thej are made ol line cotton and are eai i  to wear, and
hard to wear out,   We  learlngo-.il lhe entire stock.   All sizes 6 1-2 to
10 included    Regular 30c and 35c,   Sale price, nor pair  25c
Ladies' $1.50 Silk
Gloves $1.10 per pr.
We have still some ll do/en of ladies' long
black, navy, cardinal, grey, brown, cream and
white silk gloves; 23 Inches long which have been
on sai,. for the last 3 weeks at this low price.
This price holds good until the end of August only, j Cushion Covers, Sideboard Scarfs, Honeyc
Buy now, per pair     *1*10  i    Dresser   Scarfs, Teneriffe  Centres.  Etc.
Big Sale of Odd
Lines of Fancy
Linens, 25c per piece
Doilies,   Centrepieces,   Tray  Cloths.    Hunnets,
SEE OUR 8MALL SHOW WINDOW TODAY.
W. S. Collister & Cal
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
Wc Close at 5:30]
__aa_s_ac_iH
! Sta/KKtXjSSSXoJ.rJii'
..'itW^I

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0316933/manifest

Comment

Related Items