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 Ubite, Shiles & Co.
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FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
felJME 3,  NUMBER 198.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 8S
V.3STMINSTER,  B.  C,   WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12,  190*8,
cen^^^^^^H
ft SITUATION
-REMAINS UNCHANGED
YUUNG ACTORS POSSESS
TRUE DRAMATIC INTUiflON
CALGARY WATCHES      EAMiNE FOLLOWS      IHSHEMES COMMISSION IS
THE CHAMPIONS WIN     CHINESE TYPHOON     *T0m :UM
10
ide   Roads Said to Be
I "piping C. P. R. in Keep-
fa- Rolling Stock in Repair
"The    Toy    Maker"    Presented    Last
Evening at Opera  House to  Ap-
pieci..tive  Audience.
DIRECTS MEN
CUT OLE HIS TEG
|nipeg,   Aug.    11.���Reports    re
;,:,   todaj  thai  railroad lines
While a_   a   rule  It   Is   W :.'-     ;   HcttM
to arouse much interest In th' l< ':-
matters in August, there Was B fairly
good attendance  at   the opera   house
United  State,, particularly the j ^  ******  '�� <*e    lhe    ^brated
,. ltra,    are   (urnl8ning Pollard Lilliputian opera company   ...
breaker,   to    he   Canadian   Pa-   "The To>   *Aaker'"   N'one would ques-
.    .    equipment  whieh �����-"��  ������"-���    Popularity    of    "The    lo>
Ib:,.. lian   oa : i- unable to repair
Make!
.bounding as it    does   with
iled machine shops,   have W]m"  ,"<'1<"li,'s' and huni��r "cIntU
i agitated thi   strikers through
provin ��� -
inlon Is Investigating thi
The officials of the union de-
todaj thai if this report is
to be true, sympathetic Btrikes
b< !��� clai-e l on all roads furnish-
len and equipment to the Cana-
laclfic
es of strike-breakers continued
|ve in  Winnipeg today.
Montreal  Situation.
Jtreal, Aug.  ll.���Not  more than
ii, all   foreigners,  applied   for
the Angus shops Unlay, four
Itaken on     The    strikers    have
pickets out anil these report no
|b have returned to work yet.
fmipany cancelled all passes is-
men over the railway lines, so
lien who   wnnt   to take   their
during the strike will have, to
laiing throughout the piece till the
curtain    falls.    The    transformation
scene In the second part of the first
ie- |
aci Is a wonderful example of stage
Ingenuity, and mosl picturesque In detail.
The :ruining of children to develop
their dramatic talents has been re-
.imed to a line art in this company,
and it Is a plea.-.i.e to see the zest
with which the young actors undertake the various roles. They show
none of the amateurish nervousness
whicli usually accompanies children
when on the stage.
The theme of the story, a girl playing the part of a marvellously life-like,
doll with which the human owner
falls in love, forms a very attractive
subject for the stage, aud Ivy Pollard,
oast for the doll, gives the best personification of the part possible because  her   whole    girlish    enrgy    is
w<
vim lampions of Al
berta     Score of 7 to 5.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ..    .���.   ��� _ ; Investigations Into Conditions Govern- |
Defeat   Pro- One Million and a Half Re-1   '"a Canadian and American Fish.
"<���.-    Are   Starving"-
I 3 of Destitution
Calgarj
.   ���
'. Icto ��� vening, the    at.
tendan irg< st s< < n hert
.it .>       ��� ���   . : ). years
w'  tniin a i asily by a aeon
of sevi n LO M no time did the
champ ..    have lo < serl themselv, e to
kee;.  '          .. in   their    favoi      The
home    .. ��� 11,
Thi    In ...���;;     in     thi      ;'';ine
througho it All ... be judg* d i>J
the fact thai ��� i ��� ������ ous were In at-
icii.i rn . ������ im Nanton, High Riv. Jf,
Carstalrs, Ri . De< r, Edmonton,
Strathcona Banff and other places,
The visitors were given a great re-
ception on their entry into the field
and again loudly cheered after the
game. The world famed Minto cup
wus placed on exhibition during the
ifternoon.
_____��� .   ���...ti������    ,->���-c. i  (thrown into    the    double role.      The
sir own transportation.   On Fn-, __..
men are to be paid off their
'due in a field near the shops.
"KennVin a mass meeting of the
is beini: held.
Quiet at Winnipeg,
gpeg, Aug. 11.���There   is    no
in the  strike situation    here.
ing was iuli I last night.
Merchants* Boycott.
Ito. Aug. 11 ��� We do not serve
ins to strike-breakers," is the
Ithe merchants of West Toron-
Eputting In their windows since
Iters censored Aid. Wheeler for
ef to the C. P. R.
ITED PLUiEl STRIKE
I0W DECLARED A MYTH
Iu.ii.ini. Aug. 11.���J. 0. Carlisle
t*. n porl to the city tbat the
el rich placer gold strike at
k lake, which attracted a hlg
[ ci gold seekers several weeks
proved to ie only another
Jan.I no' a single color of tne
metal has been found. The
jo the lnke was slatted by a proa-
who enme out with a number
bets.
Bra] days ago Carlisle says    be
fwo  young  fellows    coining    out
the   Hope trail  from  ChiUiwark
The   snme  two had  been  seen
ng Into the    mountains    when
|. ...    of the supposed gold strike
|li-*t spread,   Bot__ were tired and
md reported that not a color
ll had been round by any of the
���    wi in tn the place described
prospector,
LICATION FOR  HABEAS
CORPUS IS GRANTED
doll-maker, Hilarius, is played by
Jeddie McNamara, and the self-satisfied design.? With his oft reiterated,
"My work, all my work," and quaint
humor, won repeated applause.
Launcelot, as all girl lovers are,
was soft-voiced and retiring, and was
in the capable hands of Lily Bull. The
remainder of the company worked
well, wore attractive costumes, and
altogether made a picturesque group,
especially  in the Wedding scene.
This evening the company appears
in the favorite comedy "Florodora," In
which the youngsters have a splendid
opportunity to distinguish themselves
ADJOURNMENT TILL FRIDAY
TAKEN IN FISHING CASES
Owing to  Absence of  Provincial Gov
ernment's Legal   Representative
Fishermen Lose Time.
Iiulf-breed named Charles
It... committed bj Magistrate
of North iluud, on a charge of
11 i ...i to Indians iu Camp It).
I) _.i, made application through
���i for habeas corpus proceedings
��� Mr. Justice Morrison yesterday,
McQuarrie made the application
IV.    Myers Grey opposed for   the
ii      Tne   defective  nature  of  the
piitiiient warrant, handing Florence
to tht; custody of the warden of
|rovlnctal jail here was the ground
which   Mr.   McQuarrie    applied,
irdshlp In granting an order ab-
|ei> liberating the prisoner, said
ian ought to he in jail, hut   the
requlretaents hud not bapn fol-
(d iti that case.
The cases against a number ol
fishermen tor failing to comply with
the provincial government fishing
regulations on i\m Praser came before
Captain Plttendrlgh yesterday, but although no notice had been given the
defendants that, an adjournment would
be taken, the magistrate put back the
cases till Friday. Robert cassidy, who
has prosecuted on behalf of the provincial government in previous cases,
had Intimated thai he rould not come
I yesterday The adjournment was opposed on behalf A\f his clients by W.
J, Whites Pile, who .objected thai it was
i most unfair to the men. because J'
ompelled them to lose two daj -' Bsh-
Ing Instead of one. Thi re was no
representative of the provincial gov-
emmets! present. Among t'ne ten de
ti n lint.-, some were alleged to have
11.minified breaches of the weel
closing season, while othei were summoned 1ot fishing without ,i provincial
license,
UNITED STATES FLAG
IN   PERSIA   SHOT  DOWN
Jo Contract Labor for G. T. P.
lawn, Aug, II.���The   government
���fused the request af the Grand.
ft Pacific authorities to bring in
���men under contract to work    in
Ibns of the road in the west.   It
(Glared   that  there    is    s-ufflclent
In Canada already to supply th*?
Washington. Aug. 11.��� The (lag of
the I'nltod States consulate at Tabriz,
Persia, has been shot flown by loyalists, according to a dispatch received
at the state department today fr��D1
American Consul Doty at that place.
The consul also reports that a man
standing near the door of the consulate was wounded.
The shooting is supposed to have
been an Incident of the disturbances
which have been general at Tabriz for
some time, and in both cases to have
been accidental,
Ind
Depositor, to  Sue  for $5,250,000.
San Francisco, Aug, U.** Th" M8��
dated depositors or the defunct California Safe Deposit ami   Trust   com-
panv are about  to bring suit  tp   T��*
cover t-.2-n.nfio. th.. amounl dus them
[from that Institution.
MANY JAPANESE FUAlXtKS
ARE ARRESTED DP NDRTH
11.���An    immense i    li * g. 11.-  In a repo
A i stminsti r lav sued t t>m fhe headquarti
Calgarj teaip a;     ������ ei   station, it is
__..._ a,.. -���-.       lgta(| - ,|,|,   ,   S f V. > I , . '
:,.'.   . . ap '- .*
tions   imon   :he iIctims of the p ���   ...
Ial i waste an immi i  i
coast at.d
of natlvi s.
; ..   reporl ial    more   than
1,500,10 ��� refugi. - are al the point   of
leat.'.   from  ��� xpo ure  and   starvation
and  thai   manj   thousands ha\    sui
cumbed . Ince the disaster.
The tales of hardship and dest
are pitiful in the extreme. Scon
refugees In all quarters are. with il
shelter of any kind, forced to spend
days and nights huddled together like
storm-bound sheep, ln some districts
thi re is only sufficient food to supply
One meal a day. More terrible are the
conditions in other localities where
there !s absolutely no food and the
people are dying by the hundreds.
The il ... re j Iled in heaps, no means
for their burial .being possible.
Victoria, Aug. 11.���Advices from the
north s'ate that the United Stat**
revenue cutters guarding the sealing
grounds have recently arrested a large,
number of Japanese, They are
charged with illegal sealing nnd par
licit" ^	
Washington. D. C. for consideration
before further action is taken. In the
meantime no particulars of the
seizures have been given out.
TWO HUNDRED ACRES
DE GRAIN ARE BURNED
�����! i#'       	
Walla Walla, Wash., Aug. 11.���Two
.-  i      _"_._. i._,., i.7_.��� _,.,.,". ___' hundred acres of standing grain   has
lars ot tlie cases have been sent to ��� .
Basket Social at Burnaby.
.', biiskci social will he held on Saturday afternoon, August l_, in 1.
Miiwhiiniiy's grounds, on the hordes
of lVer lake, Hurnaby, between three
and nine o'clock. There will be tennis,
oating und oilier amusements. Re-
freshments will be served from four
to flve o'clock. An auction sale of
baskets will take place at 7 p.m. Con-
jeeu swept away in ashes as the re
suit of a lire which started In a
thresher, following an explosion of
smut. The thresher, valued at $10.u
was also destroyed The grain was
valued at $500.
MUNICIPAL  OWNERSHIP   IN
EDMONTON   IS  SUCCESS
Edmonton, Aug. 11.���Municipal ownership in Edmonton is paying. The
report from waterworks and telephone
departments tor the last six months
show a surplus of $10. 108.21 and $5,-
veyances will  meet ears    at Douglas!.,     _ .    . .
| 315.76 respectively, Water and electric
road stiilion on the city extension line
between three and four o'clock. A
very pleasant time is anticipated and
a large attendance Imped for. The
financial result, will be devoted to the
building fund of St Albans church,
Burnaby.
Stanley   Peele   Collects   Money.
Stanley Peele, one of Uie old guard
in local lacrosse circles, and at pros-
em prime mover ln the attempt to
resurrect the national game In Vic-
ti>.r__. has succeeded in raising nearly
$;;iiii tor the Minto cup homecoming
celebration In this city tomorrow
���lining The money has been subscribed h.. r.erosse enthusiasts of th**
Capital I'ity In a letter to a friend
in this city. Mr. Peele states that. *
number Of Victorians will be here to-
raorrow to assist in the mafficking.
light rules were reduced recently and
ii new telephone system installed.
Thf. city now proposes to construct
and operate s Btreet railway in Edmonton and Strathcona and believe they
can make il pay. The line will be in
operation by November 1.
Pays $500,000  for Timber.
Portland, Ore.,    Aug.    11.���It   was
learned today that  U B. Menefee,   a
lumi-er manufacturer o. Houston, Tex.,
on Saturday purchased 6486 acres of
fir timber in Washington county, the
la-ice beiDg approximately $600,000-,
The timber ls practically all yellow fil
ing Along the Pacific.
������ftcoiiver, AH^Blia^.
ttawa   and D    I       I Star Jo dun
expected here on the 3       i    I
. b to start thelt   ave* I Into
���  Intei lational Hsherj sltuai > d  On
ll   llth  of  this  year  a  e.
'��� .    slg  \. . . ,. ad ..ii
..'.'half oi G    al       tafl) and E.i.,u i.
��� '...  .     tb.    I ii.led   si, ie..   |.,o
. ding toi ii commit) Ion to ..; ,������ e upon
. ttlemenl  of all matters
Ishi  it -. a   Bet tli r.ent   which  the
high   cont ;n ting   powi        agr       to
forthwith embodj In li glslation
One phase of this qui si 1...1 vt hli b
causing some bewlldermenl to tho e
;. rested, is how the United Stal 1
proposes to carry out its share of the
.irgain Fisheries of America are
under the jurisdiction of the various
States, and it seems difficult to ini-
igine the legislature of the State of
VA'ashinglbn, for instance, parsing lo-
��� all; unpopular legislation on a matter within its exclusive jurisdiction.
On the other hand. Mr. Root, who is
��� xtremely able man, may be tru t >d
��� knew what he is about, and it has
been suggested that he may intend to
embody the findings of the Commission In a new treaty; and treaties, under the Constitution of the United
States, are a part of the supreme law
Of the land. However this may be, the
commissioners mentioned have been
appointed and are a out to start work
on  the Pacific coast.
Dawson Dredge Oiler, Caught
in Machinery, Keeps His
Nerve, But Dies.
FAVORITE PURCHASED FOR
DOWN RIVER FREIGHT RUN
Dawson,  Aug.  11.-   William  .1.  ! ���
.ni   olli r   on    thi    Gi
\.    ;   :   ...    1 at tie   resull of
. ��� .    1   ,1
the mat and gradna Ij
Ira1 1 the ,.i..': D   1 ���
���     ������ ...I, and
ol     ... .   made  ll    lm-
1 1 :.i  man th re to 1 eai    Is
��� foi   . ��� ime
When   be  finally   arrived   bown
;. 1- had been grounded to a pulp ni 1
!,. a tool abot e the knee,   othei a w re
summoned to assist.   Lowrey retained
consciousness ;,nd directed the operations.
Finding it Impossible to extricate
the leg, he pulled his own knife from
his (wicket and gave it to Donald
Hardy, who amputated it immediately.
A doctor arrived soon and found the
arteries had been closed from crushing, occasioning little loss of blood.
Lowrey never whimpered, but eighteen hours afterward he died from
the reaction and nervous shock.
He was 35 years old and has a
mother in Cornwall, England, and relatives in Victoria and Montreal. His
wife lives in Fairbanks.
LOSSES AT FERNIE RESULT
IN INCREASED INSURANCE
Captain  Bruce Completes Purchase to
Aid   Him   in   Handling   Traffic
When Transfer   Retires.
Because of  Peverses in West, Under-
writcTs  Decide  to  Jump   Rates
33 Per Cent.
The Favourite, one ol the best
known river steamers, has been pur-
chased irom .1. A. Cunningham by
('apt. .1. C. Bruce for the heavy traffic
on the dowu river run.
The Transfer makes her lasl run
before being taken off on Saturday
and If Captain Bruce wished to hold
the freight traffic in addition to the
passenger business he already has,
some provision had to e made to
handle it. The Western Steamboat.
company und others were making in-
ipiiries. and considering the advantage
of entering into competition, hut this
decision practically closes the negotiations.
The Favourite has been on the
river seven years, and has been the
property of the late owner for the
past twelve months. She is well
equipped for ih��> business now offering, and the number of runs sue will
make 10 Ladner and Steveston will de.
prnri .in the amount of truffle offering.
The  Hudson  Bay  Railway  Survey.
1 ui iwa,    Ann.    11.    A    govi   ima al
iarty of  100 men  will  leave
Winnipeg    ins   week   to    survey    the
.   Hudson Bay railway   1   ���
nf   the   sir, vi...   will   he ready
In   :.i"   winter,  and  the  goveri
mem will then be in a position to st
construction of the line next spring
Big Death R-oll   in   Alp.
Heme. _.*��� iUerla.i.d, Aug. 1?. -Records show that during the month of
July jusl im.sseii fourteen persons were
killed and several -aero Injured in at-
tempts to Climb the Alps. The -record
for tho year will be appalling,
Mr. Teirpicman Coming  Hmme.
Ottawa,   Auk.     1)     Hon.     Benatoi
I  Templeman expects to leave Knr the
1 Coast at the end of the week.
Prominent Speakers   Will
Address Westminster Liberals
A number of prominent Liberals
will address the electors "f Westminster district at a mass meeting to he
held here on Thursday evening of next
week iu A. Hardman's hall on McKenzie street, this building having
heen selected because it can accommodate a larger crowd than the Liberal club rooms, which have been
severely raxed in the past to accommodate political gatherings. A large;
attendance from the country districts:
is expected.
Among the speakers who are expected are  R. <">.  Macpherson. M.  P.  ioT,
Vancouver; W. W. B. Mclnnes, J. W. |
Weart, Robert. Jardine    and    several,
others.    J.   B.   Kiennedy,  M.   P.  'or
Westminster, *ill attend and will
speak at some length uyon the work
of .the House during the past session.
As this will ihe the first occasion upon which .Mr. Kennedy will appear before the electors since his return from
Ottawa, It is expected that he will
have some interesting: sidelights ttj
cast upon the obstruction tactics of
the opposition during the past few
months.
As the gathering will partake of the
nature of a reception to the returned
member, proceedings will not be confined to political discussions. "My
Lady Nicotine" will have a place in
the evening's promrram, while music
will lie supplied by an efficient Or
chest ra.   '
JUSTICE MORRISON HOLDS
SUPREME COURT CHAMBERS
Winnipeg, Aug. 11.���Word was received here this afternoon that the
'nn idian Fire Underwriters' association today in Toronto considered seriously the situation arising out of
$3,000,000 loss sustained at the Fernie
fire mil increased rates were decided
upon Partly for this reason .and
partly because the association re-
regarded existing rates on grain in
1 levators in the western pn vinces too
low it was decided to increase the
ratea '���','.> per ceut. on that class of in
snrance, to become effective Immed'-
ately on all policies written.
The present rate on this business '8
1)9 cents and  the new rate will    I e
$1.32,   The report of the lncr.as�� :
grain nnd elevator fire insurance rat
in Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and    A
berta was received  here    with    poi
sternatlon.
In local insurance circles it Is *.v
plained that adjusters from Toronto.
Montreal. Seattle and Vancouver have
gone to Fernle to adjust losses. Much
of this loss wlll fall on Pacific coast
companies They, too, will reap part
of the increased premiums from the
grain and elevator service In the Pacific provinces, due to the new order
of things.
Dominion Wood ripe Co. vs. Daniels,
ludgment    Adjourned till August
:'7.    W. a.  McQuarrie  for  p] llntlff;    V
11.  McNeill  for d* t'l'iid'Hil
in re 1 bailes Florence.   Application
1 i&tS lie pUfl     I nder   absolute. W.
fl,   McQ lie for plaintiff;   \v .   Myers
��� l       '��<; crown.
Dlgbj vs Brunette Application to
appoint arbitrators Withdrawn, as
..ettiemc.it reach. H. u. McQuarrie
for plaintiff.
Re T*.portcn. To ti'lease lands from
judgment. Decision reserved. O. ES.
.lartin fc>r plaintiff. W M. (liiffin for
Royal bank.
In re Wingfield Alaistendenl. For
aumtnoi-S, Made returnable August 27.
Mr. McQimrrie for applicant,
Isadora vs. Gilchrist, Application
for jtidgnwnt. Application dlsj&lised,
N'ew summons to be ;'.*iken out before
chief justice at Vancouver. (}. E Martin for plaintiff; A. S. Johnston for defendant.
ln ro Hall, n lunatic. Order for enquiry.    .1. R. Gptut for applicants.
In re John Ooltz. To accept tenders.
Order made. .1. R. Grant for applicant.
In re Nowell. Order to amend plait.
J. R. Grant for applicants.
In re Tomijvio, Order for letter of
administration. J. R, Grant for applicants.
In re C. 11. Hughes. Order to advertise.   A. S. Johnston. ���
PRESIDENT PARDO INSULTED
BY  A  FORMER  PRISONER
Lima,    Peru,    Aug.    U.-President
' pardo last night mei a tormi c poHticd
prisoner named [salass Plerola,   wlio.
Cftlll  1      the     president     B     tnisera.de.
w reteb and pushed bim off the causeway.      Plerola     was    arrester.,    Wl*
escaped while on the wa yto th�� police
station.
Gunpowder Outrage.
St. Thomas. Ont.. Aug. lL���Parties
unknown hung <i pail full of gunpowder on the door of William Mc-
Clellnn. a former license inspector's
house and exploded it, shattering the
house.   The family escaped injuries.
Pelletier for Lieutenant-Governor,
Oltawa, Aug. 11.���Sir Alphonse Pelletier is to he appointed  Lieutenant-
Governor of Quebec.    Governor Jette
will go on Ihe. bench.
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��� Spokane 7 ���
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THE DALLY NEWS.
WEDNESDA
AUGUST
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77us /s My e3rc/ Birthday
Charles  W.  Bartlett.
Charles W. Bartlett. for a number of years one of the Democratic
leader.-, in Massachusetts and an independent candidate for governor
of that state in 1907, was born in Boston, August 12, 1845. He served
in tho civil wit* as a private and after the close of the conflict he entered Dartmouth college and graduated from that institution in 1869.
For two years he taught school and at the same time studied law. After his admission to the bar he entered upon the practice of his profession in Boston and soon attained prominence. He first came into
the eye- of the state as a whole when in 19011 he was made chairman
of the Democratic state executive committee of Massachusetts. In
190a he was appointed judge advocate-general of Massachusetts and
two years later he entered the field for the governorship. Being defeated for the Democratic nomination by a close vote, he ran independently and was defeated at the polls by Curtis Guild, jr.. the Republican candidate.
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IRISH SOCIALISTS ART
EAGER TO REMAIN POOR
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
amalgamated  under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
President  Sir D. H. McMillan, K. C. M. G.
General Manager   J. W. deC. O'Grady
Fully
action.
equipped to undertake every description of Banking trans-
Branches throughout Albeita, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
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WHOLESALE
and  RET,AIL
Colony of Cooneyites Defy All Social Conventions in Their
Rural Mode of Life ���Immersion in Running Water
Incidental to Conversion of Neophytes.
London, Aug. 11.���At a beautiiul Utile village known as Crocknacrieve, iu
the county of Fermanagh, a temporary
colony of about 1000 inhabitants have
Christ was poor, they say, and they
believe in being poor. Christ had not
a dwelling-place, and they believe that
it is wrong for them to waste money
been establihed, and the whole of the w-hich they should divide with the
people forming this community are j poor on erecting mansions and equip-
practslng a phase of Socialism which 1 ping them with costly furniture. They
is thorough enough in character to I are convinced that God will provide;
satisfy even the most advanced com-I and it is because of their perfect faith
itiiinists. Un His goodness and mercy that they
Cosmopolitan  Gathering. j feel assured of their future.
The colony is composed of men and ! Persevering Workers.
women of various nationalities. The; The Cooneyites are indefatigable
Irisn, of course, preponderate, but; workers. In their palmist days the
there are also representatives of Jesuites were not more perservering
Frauce, Germany, Spain, the United in their efforts to convert the world.
States, and other countries, while quite ; Thousands of women have been at-
;i number of people have come from tracted, and it is a common experience
New Zealand Australia. South Africa to see crowds of proselytes being com-
and Canada. j pletely immersed in the rivers of the
The army of men  and  women who  neighborhood.    The neophytes during
are boldly defying the most cherlhed 1 last  winter were  frequently observed
conventions of social life are identified j standing on banks of running streams
with  a  religious  movement that  was j shivering   with  cold.
stared   four of  five years  ago  in En- Dee.p Water Christians,
niskillen, and they are known through- j Immersion is a necessary anteceden*
out the north of Ireland as "Cooney-. to membership and frail and tender
ites." this name having been fastened i women eherfully go through the cere-J
augh ony in order that they may be admit-
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It iiiiians _. wall tha*
will need nu strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
Let US have your order for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay first
class for years and years.
X
fiUTCHE
COLUMBIA
STREET
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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t The Season Has Arrived for You
^ Preserve Strawberries!
I Wanted ���> Lost -:- found
I for Sale ���> To Rent -:- ftc.
I?.-''. *7.";. *,i",,::.-:..-.,:"..::.. :.,:*v,*"'..* .r^r-.f..-.\:-lr:I["l.'*i. :)!::,
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at. college in return for board would be
.acceptable.    P. O. Box 667. City.
WANTED���Situation as third-class
engineer in city, or country pre-
terred. Used to all classes of work,
repairing and blacksmith work.
Box V.. Daily News.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone  185.      Barn  'Phoin*
Columbia  Street
Baggage    delivered    promptly
any part of the city.
137:
to
They are in fine condition, and
had cheaper at the PUBLIC
STORE than any other store
Call   Us Up   and   Give   Us   Y
are to!
SUPPLY!
in town.
our
Order
Light and Heavy Hauling i
THE
Public Supply Stores
GEO. ADAMS!
Prop.
black   and     white     water
aged   about     four   or   five
bitch;     wearing   a   collar,
returning same  to the Do-
be suit-
to them by those who affect to
at. I hem and their innovations as a
result of the association with the
* uveniunt of .Mr. Edward Cooney, a
���ge farmer residing in County Fer-
lagh.
In God They Trust.
he Cooneyites insist, on the strictly
''  ���   al interpretation of Scriptures In
-:    far as they refer to the care of the
ior  and  to  the  virtue  of    poverty.
ted into the charming circle and Income practical Chrictian Socialist.-,
allied with other devotees in th<~-ir
apotheosis   of   poverty.
The members are at present assembled at Chocknacrteve in connection
with the annual conference of the cult.
They live in camp, men doing the
cooking, while the women look after
the other domestic duties.
LO -ii'���A
spaniel,
months;
Anyone
.union  Express office wil
ably rewarded.
FOR   SALE ���Motor    launch;    well-
found and fast; sea;.-, fourteen passengers,    Apply to .Motor , 3ox    M.
N ".v Westminster.
A 0000 Japanese girl wants a position as house maid, washing, etc.,
etc.    S. Hayashi,  Premier hotel.
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
To Contractors
Tenders are requested for a threi'
storey building for the Knights of
Pythias. New Westminster, B.C. Plans
and particulars at the office of the!
architect. Tenders to be in by noon
17th August,  1908.
M   D. GOODFBLLOW,
Arch;* cl
Room 2, Dominion Trusl  Block, New,
Westminster, B. C.
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster.   B.   C
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BAILORS HF AMERICAN FLEET
ADMIRE AUCKLAND GIRLS
Visit of Warship Revives Anti-Asiatic
Talk Down Below���International
Alliance   May   Result.
I
Auckland, X. /.., Aug. ll.���The officers of the Atlantic fleet set out early
today for Rotorua, to view the wonders of this cou'ntrj of marvels. Eu-
tertalnments have been planned at Rotorua. and It is expected that the thret;
���days' trip will bi most enjoyable. The
entertainment committee bas arranged
Uio Itinerary so thai the visitors will
good opportunity
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to
observe
have  a
.'.jic natives,
The party expects to arrive In Auckland Friday evening in time tor the
grand state bull at governmenl house.
The sailors arc infatuated with the
beautiful young girls of Auckland, and
the entheuslasm for America and
Americans is evident everywhere, and
the feeling is that an alliance of the
white people to control the Pacific Is
certain to become a fact in the progress of affairs.
The luncheon given by Admiral
Sperry, on board the flagship Connecticut, to the members of the legislature, was the occasion for further
expressions of good will and brotherhood between tho people of New Zealand and the United States.
Last  Night of Engagement.
Return of the Little "Big" Favorites.
Pollard's Lilliputian
Opera Company
See  these clever  little  people tonight
In the ever popular and  widely
known  musical   success
"FLORODORA"
Perfect scenic productions in every
detail.
Prices 25c, 50c and 75c.
Seats on sale at Ryall's drug store,
Thursday, August 6.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   must ite moderate;    aear
bridge preferred. Apply Posl Office
Box 732.
FOR SALE���First, class furniture    ati
.._ Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street;   must  be sold   this  week, as
parties are leaving town.
FOR SALE���An Al $500 Bell piano
for $200; easy terms;, 'ipply 10S
Second street.
Notice
WANTED ��� Two   waitresses;   apply
Kenny's restaurant, Columbia stieet.
WANTED���Boy to learn clothing business; apply Westminster Clothing
company.
Christ's  Nationality.
Berlin. Aug. 11.���Paul Haupt, head
of the Oriental department of the International congress, today created a
sensation by declaring that. Christ was
not a Jew, but an Aryan. Scores of
theologians here took Issue with the
doctor and a lively discussion was
precipitated.
Westminster Opera House
Saturday, Aug. 15th
Miss Grace Cameron
��� IN ���
The Great Musical Success
"Little
Dollie
Dimples'
Company of .5 people.
New  songs,  new dances,  new  costumes.
Summer prices 11.00, 75c and  50c.
Reserve your seats at Ryall's.
TO RENT���Furnished room, suitable
for one or two gentlemen; East
end, close to town. Apply W. K.,
this office.
POUND- Sorrel] horse came to my
premises 19th Inst.; brand on right
hind hip, T. B, over O. E. Owner
can have same by paying expenses.
After expiration of notice will be
sold to defray expenses, A. H. Mc-
Catiley, Yale Road, seven miles from
Westminster.
Notice Is hereb; jlven that the Vancouver Power com any, Limited, has
this day deposited In the Land Registry Office at the City of New West-
I minster, British Columbia, the ;.lu;_
jand book of reference of the VY'^'.
mlnster-Chilllwack Railway Extension
from a point at or near lots one and
two, elty block four in th. City of
New Westminster, to AbhOtsford paBB-
ing through the Municipalities at
Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Ahbotsford In the
District of New Westminster, being
section cue, two and three of said1
railway, n shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the. I'rorfnee of British Columbia,
Dated this 7th day of August. A.  O
1908,
A. E. BECK.
Solicitor for ths Vancouver Power
Company  Limited.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
DO YOU POSSESS
Lhat comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never
more apparent than at the present time.
ROYAL BANKVcANAD
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Dei ���  ��� ��� ra
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you req
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     p. b.  LYLE,   Mgr.
A
COA
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   C0AII
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
'Phone
105-
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 8750, Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Male and Female Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Phone 431. P.O.Box 885.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every D��v in the Ye*i'
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas} the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library aad smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
t GENERAL AGENT,
I  rao Second Avenue, Seattle. With
Off ICE i FROKT STET, FOB! 6F SHU -  - NEW WEST
B. C. Mills, Timber andl
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
DoofM
Mammtactur.rs and D.ai.n m All Kinda ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drsin-0*
***** ��� ��� ������������
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. ffew Westm'm*te'
'mwn IKESStY.  AUGUST   12,  1908.
THE DAILY NTlWS.
PAGF. THRKF.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   CONSER.
LTI
IT.,
der!
K.
_,.     of    Canad.an     North-Wei:
,f.     J|T!\       Hon.estc_c_   R.filiations.
I  .   . :;   :.   m   .red  section  of 1)3-
L -    ..  Manitoba,  ^ati_.atc!_-
exc ptlng *��� an l 26,
,.    . _     may bi  bom< i eaded by
e so     lead of a
over IS yean  oi
..    ���.    ��� *..-. of one-quarter see-
on . ������ or I; ss.
entry     mim    i e
,n    .: sod    .   the apj licant at
:.  Lau  -   _ -iiicv    or   sub-
.-.   trict  In  wtych the
iate, y bj  prosy ni'._>.
ver,   I ������ made  at an  agency  on
iditloi      ��� the father, motn-
m, daughter, brother or sister ol
l( uding   ii-- m iti ader.
. homi steadt r ... rejulred to pi .-
the homestead duties under one
.. [i. on lng i lans*
a*  least s'-x months' residence
and  cultivation of the land   in
...   :      three years.
A Homesteader may, if be so
perforin the    required   re_.i-
.   lea ��� ring  on    farming
owned   wlely   bv   him.  not less1
eight]   (80)   teres ln extent, in
,i inity ol bis homestead.   Joint
r-hip In  laud  will  not meet this
Irement
if the father (or mother, if the
r is defeased)  of a hoiueBteader
permanent residence ou  farming
owned solely  by  him,  not  less
eighty (80)   acres ln extent,  in
Iclnlty of tbe homestead, or up-1
homestead entered  for by him
je vicinity, such homesteader may
rm his own residence duties by
with the father (or mother).
The term "vicinity" In the two
ding  paragraphs  Is   defined    as
ing not more tWin nine miles in
ect line, exclusive of the width
ad   i.lowan&es crossed    in    the
,u re me tit.
\ homesteader  intending    to
rm   his   residence   duties   in   ac-
nee with the above while living
parents or on farming land own-
himself must notify the agent
e district of such Intention.
months' notice In writing must
*ven to the Commissioner of Do-
i Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
ly for patent.
W. W.  CORY.
jy of the Minister o' the Interior.
B.���Unauthorized  publication ut
(dvertisement will not be  paid
Regular sailings between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haw y, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight.
Lea. s    Brackman & Ker    wharf,
New   Westminster,   Tuesdays,   Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a-  m.
ivea   Chilli. Wednesday.  Fri
day and Sundry at 7 a. m.
For ratea and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Et WHITMORK. Becretary.
CENTS
\
R A R m[S] m m
ftW IN COAST DISTfHCl
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
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NOTICE.
...
i
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��� .    ��� he Wi .<
local mai
or the   pun
ag<    , Vam
��� ,.
y ��� elthei
mentii . musl    i	
othi       e thi  ai   oti
��� '  re*    n   i
F, R  GFLOVER,
ig Genera] Ma   igei
NYU   w estminster, B'".. Aug   i    1908
Plumbing, Gas Fitting.
Hot Water Fitting
At Reasonable Rates
Sports From Ward. sSh a
Thai Regulations Are Being Obeyed This Year.
are bi ...
om the variou      ,    -
' ��� lol
d
i
 i IV      ;   ?
��� ' ' '
exceedin
e resull
Ions  wi       i     . \
i    n  ividu
ng much ������
can m formi rlj    in    thi
waj   ol  i xtinguishing  fires, the  i ���
Cai i   thai     .i   dl   ... e  an   taov n
���   n gularly  patrolli ,1  havi n
��� ���' ��� feet The loggers too an
. < *i''rail\ speaking, showing >>��� i
wtllingni - to live up both to the
letter and spirit of thi> regulations re
ting to the fire protection required In
the rases where donkey engines ai**'
in use.
THE
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*f^Mij2$y
���-*
rit?rj)u vot/Rt
UJIUJIll wtt*\
���TS IO*' BKlJIlt |
jrru���Mjiu
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO,
i Hardman.    ^.. Jam.s.   J. McC
u.d   HEATING
Street
fnisl Blocl
Choice Meats at
Central Meal Market
Corner  F1gh1h St.  and    Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  -*?70
BOWELL A ODDY, Propri.mr*
)Al
INI
104.
n(
Doortl
psis of Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
i\ available Dominions lands wlth-
|b : dlwfl)  belt in British Colum-
nay be homesteaded by any p irson
lis the sole bead of a family, or
piale over 18 years of age, to tbe
of one-quarter  section  of   160
a.ore or less.
^t r>- must be made personally at
cal land office for the district In
fch the land is situate.   Entry by
ly may, however, be made ou cer-
condltlons by the father, mother,
daughter, brother or sister of au
Ming homesteader.
��� bomesteader is required to i'pr-
the conditions  connected  there
under    one    of the    following
18:
11    Al  least six months' resilience
In and cultivation of the land    in
ill    e ir  for three  years.
tli    If the father ior mother, if the
r Is deceased),   of   the    home-
idi r resides upon a farm In    the
inity of the laud entered for, the
fiirements as to residence mav be
Ri d by such person residing with
I ier or mother,
fl)    li the settler has bis perman-
esldence upon farming laud own-
I ��� him in the vicinity of his home-
lit i. ihe requirements   as   to real-
may be satisfied by   residence
tin the said land.
v months' notice In writing should
(given to the Commissioner of Dom-
���������, Lands at  Ottawa of Intention to
ly for patent.
OAL.���Coal mining rights may be
^sed for a period of twenty-one years
an annual rental of $1  \*>\- acre,
ft   more   ihan 8560 acres ulia'1    be
led to one individual or company.
Royalty at the rate of five cents per
sball be collected on    the    tner-
|nntahle coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
tputj of the Minister of the interior
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
Hard* are, Etc.     Columbia Street
IV O. Box  474.        Tel.  63.        Res.  129
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Mauufacture.rs of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   t-ences,   Crest
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
connection    with
i.
mv
cctriDine
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HITESIDE  &  EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, BiacUie Blk.,
'.'olumhia street,   New    Westminster.
VV. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
M"
VUTIN &  McQUARRIE, HARRIS-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster. Trapp Block, eorn.i
Clarkson and I,orne streets.
All time work 60c per hour.
Satisfaction guaranteed
BULL HOLDS FAMILY
IMP1KD FOR HOURS
St. Louis, Aug. ll.���A hull held William Kyle, his wife and two children
prisoners in their house on Job ranch,
two miles from East Alton, Hi. from
We inesday night until Thursday afternoon, when a parly of men was sum-
Tenders Wanted
Tenders    are    Invited     from     Contractors      up     to      i      p.m.,     tho
1Mb of August. 1908, for the erection
and completion of three Isolation buildings for the Board of Managers of the
Royal Columbian hospital, Tenders
are to be addressed lo W. 11   Keary,
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister anO
Solicitor, Gulchon block. Colum
���lu and McKenzie streets. New West
minster. B. (_.
R. Miles, Princess St.
Phone A 377.
w
P. HANSFORD. Barrister
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets. New Westminster  B. fl
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Co.  Adam*,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watcnes  trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch""     ipen
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watcnes.   double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the WeDman
\rctlc Expedition.     Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; _narge�� reason-
ihle.
TnADE Murks
Df.sicns
Copyrights Ac
Ani-find funding _ nkplch Mid _e_or1ptlon tn��y
quloklr __o_rt.��in our opinion tree woelliof ��"
Invention li probsblf t"aentrit>le. Comraunloit.
ttonj-trlotlroonfldontlaL HAHOEOOK on Patau*
���Otit !"�����. Oldnst ak-i'i��'. fur . ooarlpl p��tenl��.
rut.nta taken tlmiuuii jim.n t, Co. iccuive
U>.cial nolift, without Charts, in ll.e
Sdeiraf ic jUmeiican.
A hiiii'lKo'iii'.ly Hini"trai. .1 ��i ._ly. Larfriuit circulation 'it any lolantlflo Ji'itrnal. Term, fur
Canada. ��i.i.".. a year, po. ladu prepfttd. Sold by
���11 iifKa.ti'ali'r..
MUNN & Co.*6tB������ New York
Vraticb offlce. ___ K BU Wa_blti|iton. D. U.
WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackman <t Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at 8 p.m, dally
excepi Sut unlays, for Sunbury.
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Qulchon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
Intermediate points, carrying passengers  and   light   freight,
Returning leavea Steveston al 6
a ni and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
N< w Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
excepi Saturdays,
Baturdays le ive Steveston al (>
a.iu. and l p.m. for up rlvei 'H>ints
Saturdays leave New Westminster
at  2  p.in.
Tickets,  rates,  etc..  at
WHITE,   BH1LEB   fi   CO.,
2ti(> Columbia street, or on board,
.1.  C.   BRUCE,
moned from Alton by telephone to re-1secretary of hospital hoard, and en-
lease them, once in the night Mrs. velopes to be superscribed, "Tender
Kyle essayed to escape from the*liouse for Isolation Buildings"; also tenders
in order to warn her neighbors to eei are invited from plumbing firms
together a posse to attack the bull! for certain trapping an'i venting
and drive It away.   She was no BOOttarlof   the    sewers of the    Royal Colum-
Ioui of the house, however, than thenblan hospital up to the above men-
bull caughl sicht of her and charged i tinned date, nnd addressed as above
caught  her and drove her against  the  to W. H   Keary, Ksq.
I side of the house,    she dropped be      Lowest or any tender   noi    neces-
Itween     the    wide     horns    to    the &arlly accepted.
Plane and   specifications   ean   be
ground unhurt The only thing that
iaved her wns the fact that the tips
of tin' home were driven Into the elnp
boards half an inch and before the bull
could disengage them she managed to
crnwl io the house.
seen  at
block.
mv
ifflce   in   the   Qulchon
EDWIN 'i   W
SUT.
Architect
NOTICE
This Date in History
Seni#0n Approval A
To Rkspon*sii.i.k People      wHS
Laughlin |
FOUNTAIN PEN
ami
RED GEM
Vhe Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
m
$
IMPERIAL
OUR
1521
1687
1762
1778-
1803
i sin
1898
1907
City
of
Notice to Contractors.
Tenders ars invited to the Trustees
Ol queens Avenue    Methodist Churc
tor the erection and completion of .1
addition to queens Avenue Methodi. ���
Church,   New  Wesl minster.   Tendei-
to be nd dressed    to    JOHN    A. LE
King George  IV     of    England I jjew Westminster, and marked "Ti.)
horn.    Hied  June -ii. 1830.        uel.   tor   Queens     Avenue     Method
French Beel dispersed In a gale church,"
off Rhode  Island. Lowest or any   tender    not
Agra taken by  the British.        Isarlly accepted.
AUGUST 12.
Cortez    retook     i in
.Mexico.
-Prince Charles of Loi raine defeated the Turks in Monties
Lower Hungary,
nee*.
James    Russell    Lowell    died.
in,ni Feb. 22, 1819.
Protocol signed ending hostilities between United btatfll
and Spain.
Opening Of the Inti rnatlonal
Esperanto congress al Cum
bridge,  England.
Tenders to be in on or before Air
1Mb, 1908.
Plans and Bpadlflctitlons may be
seen at .lohn A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
IIOOPEK & WATKINS.
Architect-.
JOHN  A   LF.l_,
Secretary of Committee.
NEGRO  FIGHTEH   !S
McLAGLAN*.*.  MASTER
$
ThMi
Two
Popular
Article
tor only
Pett
pile
lo any
addrtti
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Nf* Westminster. Telephone $33.
\ herdi "ii,  W ash.,    Aug   It.    Vict
di i .aglan,  ,.   near   im Ize   li. bter, now
of 'I ni mn,!, bul   i"i I." ��� 1}  oi   V 'in ''i
and a  brother of  Leopold    Me
i, i. ian, the Jlu    Jltsu    expi rt,    ��vaa
i,  oui in the third round of   a
lueniy round Ughl   ������ i'li    Denver" Bd.
\i ,,'in ii negro lighter bere last night
' McLaglen did nol  -bow   very    much
class
v.
lining'
St
mint" |
SARD OF TRADE.���New Westminister Itoan) of Trade meets in the
III'.ar I Room, City Hall, as follows:
[Third   Thursday    of   each    month,
(quarterly meetings on the
���Thursday of February,
lAugust and November, at 8
I Annual meetings on the
���Thursday of February.
Hmemi .er.    may    be    proposed
third
May,
p. ra.
third
Now
and
���f,fcteti at any monthly or quarterly
peeting.   a. e. White, Sec.
Bl Ij.-h.h_ .. Mail Sc ExfU.
IjlnttftUont M tiao* Silt
Every pen guarantt-rd
full 14 Kt hclid Gold-cut
, pu tight hand may be hm>\
I ia either our standard
black opaque pattern, of
Non-break.able Tranwpai-
ent, a% dcR-ired, either in]
plain or engraved liniah
at preferred.
Ton nmy trv litis |rf-r. A <****,
If f"H .... Ii. ���* t.ll.l It Mn-l'trx' '**��� '
a better arto l�� ttian jmi can f-
<ur�� for niKiK Timi thi- ��� i��������������� "��� I
ritca la fttij. other mat"- if * I
tnilnly sati*.f*< t..ry in #very r��-1
���p��i't MtaM it and wa wl.l s��Mi.t I
I j.., Il.iu fur it. [
CVf on i ift Is our fnni"'is ami .
Foj-tiUr Ra�� (It* Ink fMMll. ��l
rn��ii'i*-u u-*�� proof Irtnmph, nay I
h�� <anUd I', any V*"A "" '"l
pflrl*** 6t ihript-init btfi ���f'U's ��*l
any Mtjfit altfrlt touch. IMnli-P
n��im (sprlf.it. '"���'!. Iridium 1
p'lint, pnlisted ntafllatd nihh*al
c*\t��, isrra cntt* f.ni��h. Befall I
tverrwhera for flM ***** I
w��ntert Write far tertni. Write I
no-**  " Wit you forfet"     Addnisi |
!��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
225    M��j����tic SIS.
Bank of Montreal
EST A BUSHED 1817.
CAPITAL 1.4,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada snd New toundland. and ln London, England,
Now York, Chicago and 9ponane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacts.
Letters of Credit issued, available witl correspondents in all parts of Ul*
World.
Savings Bank Ospsttrntnt. Deposit* received In mm. of tl and upwards,
and interest allowed ��t i per cent, per annum (preeent rate) sdded
four tlmsa a year.
Total Asatte over tl68,000.000.00.
NtTW WESTMINSTER BRANCH a.  n. BRYMNER   Msn-.e*'
New Temperance Policy.
Toronto, Ant*. II. -A new polio) in
regard to temperance will be proposed
:il Ihe fifth Sesal. ri of the (*,i neril
Synod of \)\f Angllclan church, which
opens in Ottawa nexl month Tlie
(oriirnitt.ee on temperance recommen Is
rhe iiricurtalning of burs: making ii illegal for h minor to enter a bar where
Intoxicants are sold; the shortening of
hours of sale by local option, and that
full advantage be taken, whan practicable, of the adoption and enforcement of local option under the present,
license law.
What They Aii Say
"I   diilu't   know   we     eiilil
' mch good work In West-
mill."**.."
These are the words ol one
"f our oustomerl (a profession,!; man l when we delivered a new lot ot
stationery.
PRINTING THAT 18 CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Dstrolt.
Mi��k.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Busy on the Voters' Lists.
Ottawa, Aug. 11 .���-Manitoba county
judges are notified to Ret rea.ly for
the final revision of the Voters' Lists,
to be completed by October 1st.
W. IN. Draper
p.  C.  Land
Surveyor
EMard Block, New Westminster, B C
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNE3DA,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily _\'ews Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
sueets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
<un.!OnJ
___��___>
WEST ******'
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST  12,  1908.
DO   NOT   FORGET.
That the commercial interests of
Canada depend on the policy of expansion pursued by the Libera! Government.
la source, yet we think the commons 'time   hatching,  yet  the   members   of
'will not surrender, but pass the bill the House were kept in total ignor- i
up again making its operation perpet- j ance. of It, aud tbe bill passed half'
ual and the Lords will hardly reject j an hour before the house was sup-1
such a demand from the popular house posed to have its final sitting.
especially as their action would bring' We do nol believe the Columbian
to the front for settlement the fixture I called attention to this little hand out, |
of the relative powers of both houses. I but we suppose it was too busy with
It may be that this phase   of   the  Hodgins, ct al.
question was not in their minds wh u
(the Peers Introduced and  passed    the j CLOUDBURST WRECKS A
limitation clause, but rather their aver-! P0ST OFFICE IN ARIZONA
|sion lo raising the great masses above
I Reid& Compa
the conditions  they have  been amenable, to  tor centuries.    The Lords    in
to
Bisbee, Ariz., Aug. 11.���For the second time within a week    the   Bisbee
THE DIFFERENCE.
Sir James Whitney. Premier of
Ontario, is to take a vacation,
crossing to Europe and the Liberal press of his province, is wishing
hini all kinds of success in his search
of health and vigor and declares that
Ontario owes him rest from his arduous duties and will not begrudge the
expense. How different this is from
the Conservatives who hounded the
Hon. Mr Aylesworth because he is the
victim of a, lei us hope, temporary
affliction in the loss of his hearing. By
the way that was a very happy expression of Sir James Whitney at the
historic dinner at. Quebec, when he
said "The Canadian provinces were
separate as the billows of the ocean
are separate, yet are one as are   the
thought  may have    objected    to    the[l:0St office was put out of commission
state placing such a high value upon today by a cloudburst.    At about the
citizenship as to make it    the    chief: same hour in the day as last Tuesday,
care of organized society through its  a heavy rain came  up and when   a
elected head, the House of Commons. j cloud burst over .Mule mountain tons
The measure is certainly Socialistic in j of  mc'k  aml  dirt s"d  !nto tne   Post
jits nature, but it    is that    class     of|oflice' l,ilinK nearly ten feet high. The
Socialism  which commands    the    re- j office was also flooded with mud and
spect and support of a great body of j silt.   The general delivery section was
I people who iio not consider themselves destroyed.   All of the registered mail,
'Socialists.     Until   the   conditions   of1 stamps and money order business and
| overcrowding  of  the Old    Land    are; cash were carried to a place of safety
.changed, and  the resultant reduction *s B00n as tne flood srew threaten-,
Iof the price of labor below that which lag.    A large force of men   with   a
'affords a  comfortable  living    and    a   3team shovel is at work on the debris
jivsi fund for old age, gives place to a tonight, which is piled on the outside
'more  ju.t   division  of  the   profits   to' of the post office to the second storey.
the   worker,   and   he   shall   have   a  Considerable damage of a minor na-
greater provision of freedom In which ture was done in the city,
to offer his labor, there will be a valid
We find our stock is still far too heavy. In
order to make room for fall goods, which
will arrive in a few days, we have decided
to continue our sale for two weeks.
Prices   Cut
A Quarter! A Third! A Half!
claim  ' j   the aged
the  community   foi
their  lives without
withholding    from
to maintenanc \ bj
the balance of
endangering,    or
them,    their    full
MOTHER FINDS  HER  DEAD
BABY   IN   WATER   BARREL
Goldfield, New. Aug. 11.���Baby John
Goodwin, the two-year-old son of Mr.
I
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
rights of citizenship.    To us at    this
distance there  appears  a  new  dawn j and Mrs. Walter Goodwin, was drown- j
arising over the old land, that will in- ��� ed by falling into a barrel half filled
fuse courage and energy into the great! with water, that bad been sunk in the
masses, which the    members of    the! g
i
lotibl be fostered and maintained,
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
BRITIA.J'S GREAT PROBLEM. hereditary chamber do not view with
Tradition, more than statute law,! Pleasure, but, if the empire is to conforms the constitution of Great liri- tinue ~reat and powerful, commerclal-
lian, and it is simply by tradition the !-v and otherwise, then this higher
House of Commons is supposed to hold value of citizen! ) . in :: v :. en-
exclusive.jurisdiction over measures involving expenditure and taxation. Thus
lhe House of Lords is not legally pre
vented   from  amending  a  money   bill " '
any   more than  the  Canadian  Senate' ANOTHER DIFFERENCE,
is. yet there is In tradition so strong! There was a great howl because the
an aversion to tlie peers Intermeddling Tory front .enchers had consumed so
with such bills, that many measures much time of the Houe of Commons
embodying principles totally at   vari
ance with their views have been toward the end of the session the gov-
forced through the upper house be-'ernment brought down several rail-
eause they involved expenditure of road bills and passed them. The Tory
public money. But the long estab- press grew indignant, but you did not
lished custom has at last been tacitly hear a word when Mr, William Mac-
broken by the insertion of a seven lv uzie dropped into the Ontario legls-
year limit of operation under the Old lature al the close, on the last after-
Age  Pensions  act.    Although   the In- n i of thi  session ani gol a guaran-
genuity   of   thus   establishing a   pre-  tee Of two and a half million dollars
cedenl comes ;<s a surprise from such   The  scheme  must   have   taken   some
ground at the Goodwin home. The
aecbl.ni was not discovered until the
mother went to look for the toddler.
The barrel is sunk flush with    the
surface, and  after a fifteen  minutes'
search the mother discovered the legs
of her baby protruding out.    of    the j
water.
MEN'S SUITS.
.-."..no Suits
$20.00 Suits
$l:'.00 Suits
$10.00 Suits
.$18.75
$15.00
. .$9.00
. .$7.50
MEN'S    FANCY    VESTS    IN   LINEN.
DUCK, WORSTEDS,   ETC.
��2.7fi   Vest.    $2.00
$2.00 Vests   $'-70
$1.50   Vests    $1-15
MEN'S  FANCY   LISLE   HALF   HOSE.
ii_c  Socks    45c
50c  Socks   35c
35c Socks 25c
CHILDREN'S    BUSTER     SUITS    If
FINE   WORSTEDS   AND  TWEEDS
$7.uii  Suits         !>���
$6 00
. 1 50
Suits
|
CHILDREN'S
WASH
SUITS
an:
BLOUSES AT   HALF  PRICE
$2.25
Suits ..
)i
$2.00
.1 50
$1.00
Suits  ..
:
FEW
WE
HAVE
LEFT    A
TWO
PIECE
SUMMER
SUITS
jig ii
1 Suits  .
$1
$12.50 Suits
$3.
No   more   need   of   sending    your
orders to "The other side."    You can
it Ottawa, during the last session and'now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
I    MADE IN  LANADA
Ma.;   orders  Tillec   uamt  Cay  a3  received
A.   G.   BAGLEY    &    SONS
410  Hastings Street,  Vancouver.
Bagley Makes Good  Rubber Stamps"
Men'*, Boys' and Childrei
Vs Straw Hats Half Price
50c Si raw*  Hals   	
I
3C:
25;
$2.25 Straw Hats   $1.15
$1.50 Straw Hats   $1.25
I
I Reid& Company
2 The   Clothiers
People Are Flocking to Our Great Shoe Sale
Singly and in bunches. Sometimes the whole family
comes. Have you been in yet? Hardly see how you
can afford to stay away if you expect to continue to
wrear shoes.
All our shoes, of all sorts, for all kind of feet, are being offered and sold at prices
so low that wise people are saving money by spending it. The best paying
investment you can make these days is a
Boys Who
Need Shoes
Are The Boys
We Want to See
IWflff
SHOE   INVESTMENT   AT   THIS   SALE
$3.50 buys ,. man's boot, in tan calf, patent leather or vici, the regular prli e being $5.00 and $5.50,
$5.00 will buy un\ pair of men's American $6.50 Walk Over" boots
In patenl leather, velour, calf and tan.
$2.25 buys any pair of our line of turn's $::.im medium weight working
boots, both in lace and elastic sides.
75c  will purchase any  pair of clfi!ilrf>i.*s $1.26  tan.  white  sod  Mack
Oxfords or slippers, from Blze 5 to "'/_.
95c does the trick for chfldrenlg $1.50 and $1 7_ summer sh	
Baby's $1.00 lace and button .boots 60c a pair.
For $2.50 wo offer any pair of a line, or $4.00 ladies* American
oine patents, tana and gun metals.
V   ���   choice of any $3.00 ladles'blach and tan Oxfords for $2.0C
Ladies9 Good House Shoes 75c a Pair
Domotrthov   YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET SHOES AT
IWmemOer   THESE PRICES.    We don't know what would become
of us if we continued selling Shoes at such low figures.   So again we say,
HURRY! HURRY!
Johnston's BigShoe House Ltd.
Sign of Big Electric Boot, New Westminster
The Largest Shoe Store in British Columbia JSDAY.   AUGUST   12,   1908.
THE DAILY .V jyg
PAGE FIVE.
e Cash Stores T.   M .   Smith T::.. (ash Stores
ammoth five
Sale
OF
Ch ildren 's
HBBi
ash Dresses
���.____S_3_R-a.._'tX___K___.KKV -Ti. i
Winted Lawn and Gingham
Bother Hubbard or Buster Brown styles, navy, 8ky, pink, or red with white, six months to live years.
 50c
Wearing Boys'Blouses at 50c
i.i white and all white galatea or satin duel;, deep sailor collar, one wide  it rap and three rows
.in and collar.   You would pay as much for making here.   They are In    ill sizes.   For   quick
 50c
undreds of Snow - White
'    ���  xc   to be unloaded at an average of half
CllSLS   price.    The   balance of our reserve
>ck placed on the quick  sale tables, and prices
yered for bigger business.
Table of $1.50 to $1.73 values at   $1-��0
Tal le of $2.00 to $2.30 values at  N $1*50
Tal le of $2.50 to $3.50 values at $2'00
BETTER  QUALITIES REDUCED  IN   PROPORTION.
Importers' Samples
[Three hundred ends and feelers of black and colored silks, linest qualities up to $2.50 per yard; useful
|s for skirts, skirt frills, dress trimmings and millinery on sale at, each 25c
Another Great Hosiery
Saving.   At 25 cents
Broken ranges, odd dozens and half dozens In fast black and Lin for boys and glrla and women, botn
elastic ribbed and plain, many reduced to less than ball original price to boosl the hoisery business of
)���     ty's best and biggest strre.
25c and 40c W ide Lace
At 10c Yard
libs and fine eyelet embroi lery about flfty pieces to pick from, lace in pair_ and cream   as well   as
Be an., all widths up to six laches, and values to 45c for, per yard Ite
H. S
ITH
headquarters for Women's
Ready-to- Wear
City News
A n stwng on qualit
...
***************************************************** *
That   no   matter what ���
i
..
A.  &   I
' as 101 i;n  al   the meet
lontrol ol the R
rday.   The boar
will meet tomori   i   ifternoon
P (lowers for any floral work
ring up rid]. thi  florisl    Phone 184
W a Duncan, r ;;> clerk leaves todaj for Blaine for two weeks holiday.
His place will be taken by City Treasurer McQuarrie.
Plentj ol shoe bargains to be procured during the nexl few days at
Johnston's  big shoe store. **
Applications are    being   made   by
local veterans   to   the   minister   of
militia for the South African veterans'
scrip passed al the last session of the
i House of Commons
Not made to please the eye, but to
pleaa�� the palate. The "B. C." and
j.*Old Sport" QlgBTs ���  **
I
The rebates on the < Itj   taxes w11!
expire on Saturday, and   to   Jiermll
[ratepayers who have noi so fay paid
their taxi's to do so, tiie    collector's
��� office al the city hall will be kepi
open till 10 p.m.
tour outing will be Incomplete witl*.
j out a box ot **B. C" Cigars.
George McCartney, foreman ol construction, lias been appointed to sue
j ceud ii. r Hodge in charge of the
I local tele] lorn construction work Mi
i Hodge will Mke charge of the long
! distance work
For sale Seven roomed house.
[hath    room,    pantries,    closets,    wood
shed;     horse  stall,  carriage   house;
fruit trees; un full lot. For further
I particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
I street.
Manager Kear. wa- al Vancouver
yesterday Interviewing E. J. Coyle. as-
si.i.mi general passenger agent of the
I c, i>. k , with reference to reduced
rates from various points in the pro-
[vlnce, to ib>' forthcoming provincial
exhl Ition
For flrsl das.- cul flowei ���  poi plants
or bouquets, telephone   Davis & Son,
| florists.    Tel   B208
Two Chinamen nanu i Ui Sing and
F.ii Saw forfeited their bail yesterday
a( ,1,,. | ,, j police court for falling to
nnswer summonses charging them
wiib gambling al fan lar on Monday
night,    Thej  wi re rele   ��� I on bail of
��� 10 eacb.
Have you made i late fo the Al-
,, , i   B. Qreenaw concerl  on Tues day
���ii.. 1Mb Inst,
The practices for the local football
club commenced on Monday nighl al
Moody square, Tbe schedule In the
Vancouver dlstricl league was nol arranged on Monday as was anticipated,
and a further meeting of the league
committee will be held on Friday.
Vou will want to bear lhe old
southern plantation melodies of the
darkies ns sunk by  Mr. Greenlaw.    **
Monej is coming lu slowly for the
Fernie    relief    committee      Several
more parcels have been received at
Aid. Fader's office, and the committee
propose to send them on in a few days.
In addition to the    amounts    already
you need in CARPETS
or FURNITURE, you
will lind it here.
We offer you satisfaction in prices as well as
in quality.
Take a look at our $16
Sideboards, regular $20.
We make Awnings.
LEE'S
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S  BLOCK. COLUMBIA  STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Opposite   Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
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acknowledged, over $30 has been col
I.. ;ed at. the citj hall, exclusive ol
the $t!0 from that source prevlouslj
acknowledged     . further appeal may
be made.
The usual  weeklj   I and concert   will
".**> held  nl   Albert  Crescent  on  Friday
evening, wben a select  program will
he rendered
We ai*e  offering  the  biggeBl   snap"
ever hoard of in New Westmlnstei al
greal  shoe sale,   Johnston's big
shoe house. **
one nipped and fell Into the river.
Her sister at once jumped In and
caught hold of ber and seizing a log
tl . came floating by, held on until
help came to band Neither of the
children can swim.
\n   auction  sale   will  be    held     at
rhe Fashion liver)  stables on Friday
il ernoon nexi and e��ch   succeeding
Flflda} afternoon    Sale commences at
y    Horses,  cattle, rigs, etc.,  will
' e  included    ~"*"  S fc "**"   i
nn account of the small attondani ������
al the meeting of the Westminster
Publlcltj  association yesterdaj  eren
The Vancou*.ei    grocers' picnic   to
ven island lakes place tomorrow-  A
long program of sports has boon ar-      ;- u'* business waa transacted
;  ranging trom baseball matches
iii .atins contests for boys.
\ Bpecial general meeting of the B.
C A I.. A will be held in the school
1 office, Vancouver, at eight
o'clock this evening, Delegates trom
tliis citj will be in attendance. Several matters of general interest are to
be discussed.
Ft. r Pettipiece, western organiser
for the Dominion trades and labor
council, wbo leaves tomorrow to attend  the  laboi    on   al    Halifax,
addressing i series of meetings ed
route, spoke ai the meeting of the
Btreel   railwaj   employees  last   even
lng.    The object   of  Ilie speaker  Is  to
secure a delegate from New- Westminster for the congress, This will probably be lefl t" the trades and   labor
council.
The greatesl musical treal of the
season, the Alberl E Qreenlaw concert. **
The ''a I of the Brunette river wreck
is iu slghl Yesti rdaj the tender was
raised from the w iter, and prepare
lions ma to for the righting of the lo-
comotl. " on Its v heelB, vs hlch is expected to be completed todaj. All but
two of iin rods were found, and per
baps in them lay    the    fault    which
adjournment being moved nnd carried
alter a short delay, Another meeting
will be held shortly, probablj about
the ��� nd of next  week.
Arrangement'' are being made toi
the Institution of an Elk lodge in 'bis
city, application having been made for
i charter recently. There are quite
a number of Elks tn Westminster, the
majority being members of the Vancouver lodge A meeting to discuss
organization work will be held In the
near future,
At a meeting of Amity lodge No. 27.
1. O. O. l'\. on Monday evening, the
sum of *-'U was voted for the relief of
the Fernie lire sufferers. The money
will be sent to Fernle at bnce, and
win be distributed to the needy b> the
BBcretarj of the Fernle lodge of Odd
Fellows Other fraternal societies In
this city are contemplating forward
ing funds to the stricken dlsti li I
Because of a  heavy tog down   the
river yesterday     evening,    111"    mi.on
light excursion on board the steamer
Beaver to Steveston, organized b> ti
Pythian Blstei i, was changed to an
up live, i un the boat carrying a
. apacll) load as far as Port Hail",-.,
the round trip occupying about thr e
hours The Sisters cleared about %W
on the venture, tickets having been
caused the collapse of the bridge  Ex-   'old   well during  the past   few  days,
pert '.pinion does nol favor the view
thai ib" weight of lbe lu-avy engine
was sufficient to cause the accldenl
Clearing out nil our summer boots
and Bhoes to make way for the swell
fall and winter goods. Johnston's big
shoo store.
Isabel Heay jumped Into the river
al Steveston Monday evening and
rescued ber younger six year old sis-j
ter, Mabel, from drowning. The tWO|
children, wbo are daughters of James.
Heay. engineer of the steamer Trans-j
fer, were on the dock at Steveston!
watching the boats when  the younger
Music was Bupplled during the Journey
bj the Smlth-Insiey orchestra, in addition to the large number of local
people Who took In the excursion, a
delegation from Vancouver, reinforced
by a contingent from Centra! Park,
swelled the number of those who eu-
|oyi I  the  pleasant  junrney.
There's no economy in buying
"cheap11 tall. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT cosu no
more than imported salt. Il is
pure and never cakes.
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About
Spectacles
We can give you better value than
on can get from others
Three  things  Interest  yon;
First���Eyes  Perfectly  Fitted.
Second���Face Perfectly  Fitted.
Third���Right Price.
We guarantee to nil all these con-
lltions:
No Sale, No Charge,
No Fit, No Pay.
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CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
W. Heath, late of Ottawa. Irt charge
of the Optica: Department.
The Daily Paper jj
Yes, you can read accounts almost every day of the splemdld record being made by the flre companies I represent paying losses.
They are already paying their losses in Fernie and    have    large
reserves.
Our Rates Are Low���Enquire
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INSURANCE   BROKER II
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TIIE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY   /
^GUST
DIVIDENDS DECLARED
BY C. P. R. DIRECTORS
Canada's Transcontinental
Road Earned Large Sum
of$71,384,173 in 12 Months
Montreal, Aug. 11.���At a meeting ...
tae directors of the Canadian Pacific
railway today, a dividend of two per
cent, on the preference stock and
three per cent, on the common stock
. the hall year ended Juno 30 last
was declared. An additional payment
oi ball of one per cent, on the com-
inou stock will be paid thereon al the
same time, out of interest on the proceeds of land sales.
The results for the fiscal year to
June. 30th last were:
dross earnings, $71,3S_,17:?.
Working expenses. $49,591,807.
Net earnings, $21,792,366.
Net earnings of steamships, in excess of the amount included In monthly reports, $1,112,759.
Income from otheV sources, $1,-
541,874,
Total net income. $24,446,999.
Deduct  fixed charges.  $S,c-.0,076.
Surplus, $15,676,9'?;.
Deduct amount transferred to
steamship replacement fund, $800,000.
Deduct contribution to pension fund.
$80,000.
Net revenue available for dividends,
$14,796,923.
After the payment of all dividends
declared for the year, the surplus for
the year carried forward is $.-..579,715.
ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them examined. We make no charge
for testing your eyes. All work
guaranteed.
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W. GIFFORD, Optician
Opt;cal   Parlors   in  T.   Gifford's
Jewelry   Store.
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Fountain Pen!
FOR     SALE     BY
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APPEAL FOR MORE HELP
SENTO. MAYOR OF FERNIE
The following open letter to the pto-
ple of Canada is an appeal for more
help by .Mayor Tuttle, of the stricken
���city of Fernie;
To  the People  of  Canada;
On behalf of the citizens of Fernie,
which was almost totally destroyed by
fire one week ago, 1 venture to make
a further appeal for financial assistance. The generous response to our
first call for aid has enabled the council and committees to make satisfactory provision for the most urgent
needs. The extent of distress which
has been caused is only now being revealed, however, and the groat work
of relief lies ahead of us. The sacrifices of the railway companies and
the heroism shown by their employees
-.I the time of tha fir��, were responsible for the saving of hundreds of lives,
and the fact that 5,000 people have
since been kept from starvation can be
attributed to the bounty of Iriends not
only in this country but In Spokane
and other portions of United States.
Further supplies wlll te required before long, and in the meantime money-
is needed to furnish protection to the
population In various ways. Sanitary
conditions must be restored! shelter
must be provided against ihe coming
of inclement weather, medical supplies
must be purchased, and every precaution must be taken to prevent an outbreak of disease, which is at this time
of the year the greatest menace, Out
of 600 dwellings only 2S remain, which
means that about 150 people out of a
population of about 6,000 have a shelter over their heads. The balance are
.ie.-s. without furniture, without
clothing, without household utensils.
out food, without supplies or re-
! iurces of any kind, A realisation of:
the actual situation Is, we conslde
.'Ume necessary to give the outside
wot] I a true idea of the pressing ne d
tor  financial  aid.
W, W,  TUTTLiE,  Mayor.
Fi rnle, B. C. August  10, 1908.
Lemon Kali
Presh from the Old Country
A Delicious Effervescent Summer
Drink   -   -   Price 25c
At Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
See That Dinner Set
'.r^o^yjyyyyyXyyyy
$20.00
$16.50
In our window for
We have others at      -
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
Fountain Pens
A few of the lines we carry:
L. E. WATERMAN
NEW  LINCOLN
PREMIER
AUTOMAT
BLOTAFIL (Self-filling)
CONKLIN  (Self-filling'.
MORRIS (Non-leakable).
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Th��������"-���""���
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New  Live  Stock  Commissioner.
Calgary,  Aug,   11    -Ronald   Hudson i
called at the C. P. K. Irrigated Lands
and Colonisation company's offices to-1
day, while en route to Victoria, B. C.
Mr.  Hodson is an honor graduate of
the Ontario Agricultural college,    in
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
'nave for the coming season a very complete line of
% NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered wilh fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size. If we have no
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices,
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Guilpb, and Is going west to fill the
position of Live Stock Commission.!
for the Province of Uritish Columbia
He will take over the position previously occupied by P. M. Logan, He
is a son of F. W. Hodson, formerly
Live Stock Commissioner for tbe Dominion.
It
C. P. R. Telegraphers Win.
Ottawa, Aug, 11 ���The C. P, R, tele
.;.., hers some months ago applied fori
a board of conciliation to Investigate
the alleged wrongful "dismiss,a of   an'
operator al Megantic, Que.   The board |
has not yel reported ii.  (in.ling, .but, ll
ls understood that  it  will be in favor
of the men. and the company ls prepared to accept lhe award.
Kerr*
Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty miautes after ' >
the  hour,  commencing at  (1:30 o
a. m
8unday Service   haii-neurly be- ] \
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd Jj
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See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
much money te spent on'useless adve
by city merchants every month.    Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in tl
would be that there is only one really sure
nerative advertising medium.
cIkcDaily 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.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
"Ike
DAILY
NEWS
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We  print  ads.   ranging   in   size
rrom   one    line   to   double   page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
IF
YOU  WANT A   HOUSE
YOU WANT A FARM
YOU  WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU  WANT  MORE  CUSTOMERS
TRY
A  SMALL AD.
A  DISPLAY AD.
A LARGE AD.
A   LARGER  AD.
The other fellow wants whatjyoo havaor has what^y ou want
To   get   in   touch    with   him
use space in The Daily News
This   Little   Story   C
omes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association cl Chatham is a level-headed
organisation. At a recent meeting newspaper ndvertiBinK ,,;|S
dlseussc'd, and the general opinion
���.-I the iiitmberfl was that newspaper advertising was the best, and
program and other advertising (l1
that class was almost useless.
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1908
THE DAILY n; \y>
PAGE SEVEN
- ich     addi-
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Issioners*  >ign
. . . ns. and other
be signed  bj
enuine
Funds for the relief of the victims
eduction Sale
-
tlonal
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the f
dorn:.
the sal ...; -    and, In anj
case .,   .,����� on the , art
jof tht lender is accepted	
to com] recute    a contract of the Fernie flre are still coming into
With .  ssloners, and to t-he hands .u the treasurer of the col-
furnish ..,: approved    se-  lectlng committee,  Marshall  Sinclair,
curl! .   :        ..,.-   afteT   the ac-   who now has over $2100 in eash and
ceptance < .. ier,    the.    said  Mad.   About $200 promised early   in
cheque shall bi      rfeitfid to the Com- the past week is not yet paid.   Con-
mlssloners as liquidated damages for tributions will be received until notice
such refusal oi failure and   all   con-  to the contrars  Is given.
tract   rich*-; acquired   bj   the  acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheques   deposited   by   parties
whose tenders arc accepted wlll be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
General of Canada as part of the security  for  the due and faithful  per
Fernie  Sufferers Helped
by Westminster Residents
G. F. Bradshaw   .
S. Gelsei     	
.i   i*   Gill    	
\Y.   Hav     	
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li   McLeod  	
George McMurphj
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6. oo
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5 00
6.00
5 00
Our Whole Stock
Must Be Reduced
Everything going at ridiculously
low prices.    Bargains never be-
! fore heard of in the city.
Until room has been made for
our fall goods.
The following is the complete list
of contributions to date:
Casl-,.
W. F. Hansford $   B.OO
C, B, Sword       10.00
Miss George       2.oo
J. G. Brymner  i 00
\v  ,i   Brennan        B 00
Holbrook hotel          g 00
William Collier	
.1. IV B. McDonald       10 00
R.    Klley            6.00
B. C, Cigar factory         B.OO
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tormanoe of the contract according to|(-
its terms,     cheques    deposited    by|p
panics   who.c   lenders    are    rejected   ^
will be returned within ten dus af- Wm_ Wolfenden    2.50
ter the signing of the eontracl              p,.   nlxnv it, ,..��
Attention Is called to the following w  H   Barraclough ������ 00
clauses in the form of contract;            pr   talker 6 00
Employees penitential j        ... 4. 00
Vanstone & Co    ���. 20 00
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  E.  Falch   	
G, Major ....    ie 00 Occidental hotel
���'   Hurt a.- Co     25.00  A1���v Matheson
U House .^     2-0i)jjag   wise   	
Al   Peters 	
.1   T Trachj
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he White House
A. J. BIRTCH
J
idian Pacific
_WAY COMPANY
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Good    until
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Notice to Contractors
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
COYLE,
Jenl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
Illgi6
NADIAN PACIFIC
.ANTIC STEAMSHIPS
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pNG TO AND FROM ANT
IN THE OLD COUNTRY
ARRANGED AT THIS OF
sailings   of   the   Empresses
17  and 21. ^^^^^^^^^
ther dates and particulars,
!to
ED. GOTJLET,
C. P. R. Af ent.
SEALED TENDEHS addressed t.i
the und srai ;ned, markod on the envelope "Tender for Construction," wlll
. c received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, at, Ottawa, until f./elve
o'clock noon of Thursday, the 20th
day of August, 1908, for the work required for the construction, in accordance with the plans, profiles and
specifications of the Commissioners,
of the following sections of tho Trans,
continental Railway, viz:
(1) District "C."���From a point designate 1 on the plans of thu Commissioners near Weymontachene, in
the province of Quebec, 196.38 miles
west of the north abutment of the
Quebec bridge, (such point being ou
the boundary between Districts "C"
and "D") westerly for a distance of
about 107 miles. Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
(8) District "C"���From a point designated on the plans of tho Commissioners, about 107 ruile-s west of
Weymontaichene, in the Province of
Quebec, westerly to thu end of the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway's contract,  a  distance  of
westerly to a point at or near I)"*,*
Like, a dlsl nice of about 126 miles.
Date of completion,    1st   September,
I i.
(6) Distrlcl "F." From a polnl designated mi the plans of the Commissioners at or near Dog Lake, in lhe
Province of Ontario, to a point al or
about mile 2.6 west of what is known
as Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
routes as Bhown ou the plans, a dis-
of a. oui 23.76 miles by the
northerly route, and 24.11! miles by the
southerly route, aud the selection of
the route to be al the option of the
Commissioners, Date of completion,
1st September, 1909.
Plans, profiles and specifications
may he seen in the office of the
ESnglneer of the Commissioners at
O" Lwa; also In the offices of the following District Engineers, viz: John
Aylen, Acting District Engineer, .North
Bay, Ont.; T. S. Armstrong. Nepigon,
Ont.; and S. R. Poulin. St. Boniface,
Man.
rsons tendering   are. notified that
��� ���������, will not be considered unless
ia duplicate, and on the printed
supplied by the Commissioners.
���'.Ml mechanics, laborers, or other
persons who perform labor   io;   the
purposes of the construction of   the
works hereb) contracted tor, shall be
paid such wages as are generally ac
cepted as current for competent woi li
men in the district In which the work
is ibelng  performed,   and  it   there  Is
l-uo current  rate In su ii district, then
.a  fair   and   reasonable   rat* .   and,   In
the event of a dispute arising aa    to
what is the current or a fait and rea
ionable rate, it shall be determined bj
the Commissioners,   whose    decision
shall be Anal."
"This agreement is subject to the
regulations now In force, or which
may at an.\ time hereafter be In force
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor,
nnd which are. or shall be, applicable
to such works." (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon by
said Department wlll form part of the!
eontracl l.
"The contnactor shall in connection
with  the whole o( the said work, as
far  as practicable, use only  material.;
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
Stock manufactured or   produced    ln
Canada, provided the same can ibe ob-1
1,'iini * a. cheaply, and  upon  as  good!
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and price"
The contractor shall conform to the!
flre regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to thi laws and
i regulations respecting fires In the different provinces wherein the w-ork is
being  pei formed
The  right Is  reserved
or all tenders.
George Kennedy   	
E   H.  Fitzgerald   	
1.  C. Hill  	
W. Haslam 	
lames  1<ord   	
Westminster bowling alley
Bartenders' union 	
.1.  II.  Todd  	
6. On
10 oo
2.00
2.00
B 00
3 00
*_:>. no
[ I I
A Friend      I 00
, Mrs, c  Purvis        2.00
t'   Boyle    B0
Q   V.   Bi i-.i's        1,00
Sablto .\   Co      1.00
Qillej  Bros    20.00
II    Morey  ��   CO        ���'  00
1 Vgnes I.. Hill   B.OO
|Wh!te__de .*;���  Kdmonds    10.00
T  u. Pearson   10.00
.1. E. Allen (N. C. B.)    10.00
Employee. B, C. 10. R  B0.BO
P   Peebles    5.00
II. \l. Marshall    5.00
j Archibald BroB  2.50
T. I.. Brlggs              10.00
Innes &  Reid   	
Royal ciiy Realt) Co	
Bi oil n ���- ' 'i '*��� i shop ......
Fl   -i i  chop house  	
Hee Chung 	
Si   I ei ���    a ��� km latlon   	
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ...
Thos. Mowbraj  	
G   R. Speck 	
.las.   Wise    	
Miss   Ward   	
.)    1)   Kennedy       20.00
r o Bllodeau  *    10.00
5. 00
S.O0
B.OO
5.00
2.50
8.60
5 ei
5 00
:0.
50
.  00
s 00
2.0.)
2.00
1 00
10.00
t III)
ii   C   Distiller,   ..
1.    V  Levi-   	
Father O'Boyle
ft, .1. Hickman
Rev.   A    Shildrlck
25.00
50.00
10.00
50 00
5.00
Kerr's office  , M .00
  10.00
  1.00
  1.00
w ^^^^^
A   K Rand
J,  .1. Cambridge
John Sprott   . ���.
Columbian Pub. Co,
Model Grocery     	
Schaake  Machine  Work
F.  Crake   	
William Turnbull  	
Dr. Frank Smith  	
Dominion   Pipe Co.   ...
Dr. Green   	
P. Birrel   	
\\*. .1. Armstrong  	
Dr. (!. Drew    	
Small .-.* Buoklin
i. loci   anv
Hv order,
P. E
RYAN.
Secretary.
The Commissioner!! of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 18th July. 1908
Newspapers inserting this advertise
merit without authority from tie
Commissioners, wlll not be paid for it
Notice
John Stewarl (Elgin)   .
C. K. Bartlej   	
A,  Swanson   	
Ktl.   Walmsley   	
Thomas Grey 	
1 BS, Salt  	
I Mrs. I. McMartln  	
William (luodfellow  . . .
j J.  Lovee  	
I i. G. Gamon  	
| dipt. Plttendrlgh  	
Malins, Coulthard <���.��� Co
Robert Kennedy 	
Dlamon i bar er simp .
1 .lnliii   Wis*?   	
Neis Nelson 	
D. S. Curtis
10.00
26.00
25.00
1.00
2.00
5.00
25.00
2.50
:. no
m.oo
10.00
25.00
00
2.50
5 00
1 nn
2.On
2.00
2,00
2 nl)
0.   Wilkie   	
II   P. McMartln
P  w, Johnston
.1.  Held   	
j, s. Clute 	
C. S. Keith ....
K. ll. Cheyne ,.
s  a. Fletcher
A   P. Grant	
J.   Mahonev   . ..
1 00
i .00
l no
LOO
l .00
l ,00
1.00
l 00
i .00
1.00
Di    Doherty         10 00
Myers Cray 	
I.   Wilson 	
W    11.   Ne.bil    	
M.  Monk   	
D   F   S   P	
Calgary   	
S.  .1	
Citv   Hall   	
5.00
5.00
5.00
7.50
5 00
50
1.50
80.00
(Coll
R   .^L^L^L^m
George C, Waldie
George Stage
Bruce Fisher    ...
Andrew   Halcrow-
l ai si Mungo Cannery I
      1 .111)
       1.00
       1.00
2.00 John K, Raphall  	
" ������**��� ��� James Canfield   	
2-50'st   Mungo Canning Co.
1.00
I. oo
1.00
1 nn
20.00
P
ten le
nn le
forms
Telephone communication has been
Chief established with WESTMINSTER
.UNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAMMOND, HANEY, RUaSKlN. Other offices on the line to Mission City will be
opened shortly. .Notice will be given
S3 additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd
Drs, Holmes & Hacking     26.00
in"n!.lames Anderson  10.00
6.00
2,00        (Collected by the Dally News.)
10.00 | Dally   News     26.00
T. H. W  1.00
Mrs. W. N. Bole    10.00
Brewery employees   IR.oo
25.00
2 i,00
2.00
5.00
50.00
10.110
2.00
5.0'l
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
id Trunk Ry.
puny
lent Train Service Between
igo, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
real, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
[the principal business centers of
"IIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
DELPHIA. via Niagara Falls.
j>Tiro<*�� Tables, etc.. adRress
GEO. W. VAJX.
Coin-
about
114.97 miles.   Date of completion, 31st
December, 1910.
(3) Districts "D" and "E."���rrom
a point designated on the plans of the
Commissioners, being at the western
end of Fauquier Bros.' Abltlbi contract, ln the Province, of Ontario, in a
westerly direction for a distance of
about 104.21 miles. Date of completion,
A separate tender must, be submitted tor each section.
Tenderers shall not be. In any way
,..,... ,.,, t0 rely upon the classification
,,', .,���, other information given by any |
,,���.,.,,n on behalf of the Commission-
erg; and before submitting any ten-
,,.,.. bidders should make a careful
examination of the plans, profiles,
'drawings and specifications, and read
the forms to be executed, and fully Inform themselves as to the quantity.
and quality of materials, and character of workmanship required; anil
are understood to accept and agree to
b��a bound by, the terms and eonditioni
he form ot contract, specifications,
annexed to the form of tender.
Bach tender must be signed and
dialed bv all the parties to the tender,
C
OOKSLEY'S
in
etc..
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE.
J. Q. GAMON'8 CIGAR DIVAN, and
F. MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE,
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
(4)   District "E "-From a point d *��� land witnessed  and be accompanied by
signated �� the plans of the Commis-1 aa accepted cheque   on  *****
sioners, about sixty miles westof thei bank of the Dominion of Canute, pa.
easterly boundary of District "K,
the  Province of Ontario,  easterly
bt Gen'l Passenger and Ticket. ���    , .
l�� Adams St.. Chicago, 111.    . Nelson. ��
in
to
the end ot Fauquier Bros.' contract
north of Lake Nepigon, distance of
above 100 miles. Date of completion.
31st December, 1910.
(5) Districts "E" and **F."-From
a point designated on the plans of the
commissioners, at the western end Ol
Fauquier Bros.' contract north of Lake
the Province of Ontario,
able to the order of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway,
as follows:
For Sec. No. 1, District "<r..$lW,000
For Sec. No. 2, District "C".. 1&0.000
For Sec. No. 3, Dist. "D & E". 160,000
For Sec. No. 4, District "E" .. 15O.O0O
For Sec. No. 5, Dist. "E *T".. 200,00')
For Sec. No. 6. District *T>*. 100,000
Any person whose tender Is accepted shall within ten days after the ac-
Ke Subdivision A of the    northwest
quarter of Section 2,,Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 7460 F, Issued
in the name of Donald   Fraser,   has
been filed in 'Ms office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published ln
the C.lty of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me ln writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar ot Titles.
Land ReglBtry, Office, Sato Westminster, B. C, June 29, 1908.
ti. Itawllson  	
I'M.   (bullet   	
.;. J. Fader, and office Btaft
John  Crean   	
D. Grossman   \	
George  ES, Martin  	
F. II. Lyle 	
Robert  Jardine  	
T. Olffrri d   	
John  Peck   	
A. K. White.  	
II. T   Kirk        10.00
.1. w  Mcintosh 	
Hev. J. H.  Henderson   	
A. Pringle   	
M. Hindalr  	
M   U Huta'K 	
McLeod, Mark * Oo	
W  J, Walker  	
83. M. Meredith  	
James Johnston  	
Mrs, Hugh Gordon 	
George Turner         5.00
j. w. CTelghton 	
W. W. Forrester	
,1. a. Montgomery	
Jos   Armstrong   	
Dr.   Kenny   	
H. Ryall   	
I. Hudson   	
S. H. Thompson  	
J. W. Reld  	
A. M.  Fraser  	
White, Shiles & Co	
H. Dorer  	
J. Crane  	
Mayers & Preston      25.00
Martin & McQuarrie        15.00
W. A. Gilley       8.00
J. B. Kennedy 	
Gardhouse Bros	
.1. J. MacKay & Co      5.00
J. J. Jones       25.00
Diamond Barber shop      1.50
J. Reichenbach   ,    500
H. O. Buie 	
A. Whealler ..
J,  H .Wilson
Friend 	
Anonymous .
Merchandise
5.00
20.00
2.00
2.50
I J.
(Collected by Chief Mcintosh.)
L. Mclnnes      5.00
W. 1.. Pales      10.00
Thomas  ItutlfHlge         5.00
E,  (ioinly         10.00
N. W. Creamery      20.00
00 | Hardman & Co     10.00
M, J. Phillips      30.00
DatllelS  Si   I^oat        30.00
George Ad��ms     IR.oo
Ilrackman-Ker      25.00
Cunningham Hardware Co. ..    .40.00
Hale  Bros     10.00
J,  A.  Lee        10.00
Westminster Clothing Co     10.00
Reid & 00     15.00
0.  A. Welsh         M.OO
T.   Mulr       10.00
Adams & Deans        10.00
.Mrs. Birteh      IB.00
T. H. Smith    100.00
W. S. Collister    100.00
W. C. Chamberlin      10.00
W. E. Sinclair      10.00
S. Annandale       25.00*
Johnston Shoe Store     25.00
H. Morey & Co     10.00
J. N. Altchlson       20.00
aMcMenemy Meat Market  ....      5.00
West End Grocery      80.00
Sing On Co ��-r     5.00
Quong On Wo & Co. ,.v       5.00
Sing Kee  .��.     10.00
Ning Lai & Co       5.00
Jackman & Burtman      10.00
Edmonds Tea Co      5.00
Mrs. Hoffard      5.00
Acme Clothing Co      6.00
Prank Broad       10.00
Benson & Ayling      10.00
Gordon Dry Goods Co    35.0ft
Anderson & Lusby      10.00
Fraser Valley Meat Market ..   10.00
Frank MacKensle	
M. W. Grant	
.00
5.00
3.00
5.00
5.0H
20.00
5.00
50.00
5.00
2.00
.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00|T
5.00
20.00
15.00
5.00
15.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
10.00
10.00
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY   ,
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That's Our Brand
THE CITY  BAND.
Editor Daily  News,
Sir.��� It was stated in tais morning's
Saws
Chisels
Iiii   1 Hammers
Axes, Etc.
!
II
2 issue of the Daily News that the city
��� I
SYOU
1 baud's price for playing at the lacrosse
celebration parade was $8.00 per man.
No such  figure, or any  figure,    was
j ever quoted by any   member of   thi
���band.   The facts areas follows:    Mr.
s Rushton, the leader,  was asked ever
J ithe  phone  a   week  ago    if    the    men
���
���
���
���
���
would play for nothing or   substitute
the celebration for a Crescent concerl,
and as no reply could be given wilh-
OUl consulting the individual players.
the mallei' was left in abeyance. On
��� ..Monday  one of the committee   again
law Mr. Rushton and he was inform-
Any of our tools bearing *
"Clean Cut" are fully guaranteed J
by us.
���
���
| ANDERSON j
1 y LUSBY 1
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C.
I TRAVFRS AUCTIONEER and
J. llWWLlVJ VALUATOR . . .
All  business  in this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
in the  Market  square.
W       ADVERTISE      "W
- -N ���
HE       DAILY       NEWS
* ed thai the band could not play on the
* same  terms  as last  celebration,  nor
* for nothing  (the laws of their union
* forbidding It), and that some of   the
* members would not in any case, because they considered tbey wore as
justly entitled to support as other institutions of the city, and In view of
the many "knocks" which have been
handed out very generously when
"boosts" should be forthcoming.
This morning on seeing your report
I interviewed the secretary of the
celebration, seeking an explanation,
and he admitted that the member of
the committee had not presented a
proper rej>ort and at once, through
the writer, engaged the band at the
regular schedule price of $3.00 per
man.
As individuals the members of the
city band will be as sincere in their
welcome to the boys as the oldest or
youngest enthusiast in the city, but if
they are to stay at home and play only
the free jobs, they cannot be blamed
for the position they have taken.
Band Matters Generally.
As a good deal of misrepresentation
relative to band matters has been
from time to time the subject, through
ignorance, of much adverse comment,
it may be timely to explain the band's
position, which I do in the hope that
a better feeling will be instituted and
a worthy organization given its rightful standing in the community.
Although    considerably      weakened
through no fault of its own, there is
yet today the nucleus of a better band
than is possessed by any city in   the
province.     Our  leader    has     worked
faithfully and untiringly in his efforts
to build up the band and has induced
at different times several good players
I to locate    in the    city.   Being    good
l musicians, the glad well-lilled hand of
lour big sister city has been extended,
! and being in marked contrast to   the
"knocks" and frosty-mitt" which    attend  them  here,  they  are  soon  con-
i vineed where  their    better    interests
: lies.
Double   Pay  for Leader.
The nick upon which nnst arrange-
' ments  for  band   engagements  split is
; the  union  regulation  which calls  for
double pay for the leader.   This is entirely a union regulation   (and a just
onei and is beyond the control of any
bandmaster.    The reason for the rule
is to return to the leader   some    remuneration for the extra time he expends  in  preparing for engagements,
rehearsals, etc., and for all    the music
used by the bands which he must supply.
For every dollar which our leader
has made as a bandman in this city
for the pasr three years, he has spent
two for music, etc., and aiihough
very little of il lias been played, it is
no fault of his as he is only awaiting
the opportunity and the men with the
ability to give it to the. public.
To I e a leader'of the New Westmin.
���
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HEAR
Beyond the shadow
of a doubt,  the
Apricot  and
Peach
season will soon be over.
Place your orders at
once and get the choicest fruit.
C.A.WELSH
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
J
ster band one must be prepared to
accept all the abuse handed out, provide from $50.00 to $100.00 worth of
new music every year and a place to
practice it, attend rehearsals, re-arrange music to meet the capabilities
of the men under him and all for the
possibility of getting the princely sum
of something less than $50.00 a year
In return.
I have been a member of the   city
band for fifteen years and I can con-
j scientlously say that no one has spent
! more time and money ln an honest ef-
Westminster Trust Building
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Bargains in Real Estate
We have for sale
thousands Of acres ot
cheap land, hundreds
of farms, and all kinds
of small places.
We nre ready t<
Show you. Come and
s< (��� our bargains.
fort to provide good  music for    this !
city than our present leader.   Because
he does not see eye to eye with all of
us it does not, to my mind, lessen the
quantity of thanks that Is his due, and
I am assured that when the facts are '
properly  understood    the    assistance
i i
and moral support, which he deserves
will be forthcoming.
Up  to the time  Mr.  Rushton    as- i
[sumed the leadership, the bandmaster)
i had   been   paid   $300  per  year  direct i
I from the city, all  the concerts  being |
' played free by the members.   Now the j
| members are paid,    and    the    leader |
must reply on the obnoxious "double j
pay    to endeavor to keep square with
himself financially.
I
The Band's Charges.
The schedule price for a day's   en- |
gagement of eight hours (which is not j
controlled  locally)   is  $5.00  per man,
and no more has ever    been    asked, j
There are plenty of first   class    me- i
chanics in this city  being paid   this ,
amount, and when it. is taken into con- i
sideration the time he must devote to
practices, etc., I consider the musician
is not overpaid.
Within the past, year or so six of
the bandmen have provided tiiem-
selves with instruments at an average
cost of over $100.00 each, and this
summer several of the men have
bought new uniforms at a cost of
$20.(1(1 each. At the present rate of
engagements how long will these
members have to wait before receipts
and  expenditures will balance ?
The city band has never within my
recollection played an engagement out!
of the city, wben it has not been the
subject of flattering comment. On
July I List, twelve men (under E. F.
Darcy) went to Bellingham and the
committee who engaged the band ex- j
jpressed themselves as being particularly well pleased and one of them re.
I marked: "There Is only a dozen of
you, bul you make better music than
all our bunch.   We are going to have
��� you over wilh ns again."
As an advertisement the city band
has always made good for New West
minster.
FRED JACKSON.
Xew Westminster, Aug. 11, 1908.
Exceptionally Low rricesl
FOR THE .SECOND WEEK OF
Collister s B
A
nnua
s
uminer
Clearance
Sale
THESE SUMMER GOODS, all odd lines, are being sold rapidly. Every artitij
must be cleared out in its season. Our sale lasts during August. You can J
pect big bargains for every day.    Read this list of prices for this week:
A Complete Clearance of Our Children's!
Dresses and Sailor Suits
Not a last season's dress In the whole lot, as we have added the chlldn u's department thii ;-aa|
There is not a badly made or imperfect garment in the stock. We handle only the besl made - :r::|
possible for us to buy.   Materials are perfect washing goods; all neatly trimmed in neat BUlta
./Vote the Prices
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUITS��� RegU at  ...     iJ.
Now $1.75.   Materials are white drill, colored duck   ���:
etc.;   sizes 6 to  12  years.
ONE LOT SAILOR SUITS ���Regular $2.00.    No.,
ONE   LOT   BUSTER   BROWN  DRESSES    OR    SUITS
price 86c to $1 00.    Now   	
ONE   LOT   BOYS' BUSTER   SUITS���Regular  price $1.1
price, each      	
ONE LOT BOY'S BUSTER  SUITS���Regular    |      e   $1.1
price, each  .-	
BOYS'   BLOUSES -Regular in Ices $2.00.    Sale price, eai
BOYS'   BLOUSES���Regular prices $1.50.    Sale;	
BOYS'   BLOUSES���Regular price $1.25.    Sale price
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Prices Away Down on
Ladies' Wash Suits
We are selling these every day. Tbe low prices
are moving them quickly. Dainty two-piece costumes of linen, lawn, muslin, duck, pique, etc., ln
this season's most popular styles. Our regular
values $1.50 to $5.50.   On sale, each $3.25
ONE LOT WASH SUIT8���Regular price $5 50
and $6.00.   Sale price, each  $3.95
New Jumper Suits
Regular price $9.25.    Sale price, each   $6.75
Our Blouses Are All on
the Bargain Tables
We give you the list of prices hen .No bargains
offered whiohshould attract the attention more than
these. Since the blouses have become a winter
necessity for evening and housewear, these will
prove a good Investment for future use.
ONE LOT EMBROIDERED LINEN AND MULL
WAISTS��� Regular prices $4.00 to $1.50. Sale
price,   each    $2.75
ONE LOT EMBROIDERED WAISTS ��� Regular
in ices $2.50 to $8.50.    Sale price, each $1.95
ONE LOT WHITE WAI8T8���Regular price $1.25.
Sale price, each    75c
ONE LOT WHITE LAWN WAISTS ��� Regular
prices 50c aid 60c.   Sale price, eaeh   35c
Linen and Embroidered
Waist Lengths Half Price!
About fifteen waist fronts and wal * ' J
ly embroidered In floral deslgu.s Material *P
siau lawn, mull and linen. Prices ran fronl*|
to $5.(111.   On sale exactly half price.
Two Special Prices on
Silk Gloves
ONE   LOT   LADIES      SILK      GLOVES-1*
lengths   in  white,  cream, navy,  brown, grej
black; double fringe tips; sixes .">'_ ' ��� ":-   i:'"'
price $1.60,    gale price, per pair  	
ONE   LOT LONG bILK GLOVES���RegTllu f
$1.25    Salo price, per pulr 	
American Turkish ToweiJ
REGULAR   VALUES   25c.     ON   SALE.   EACH i*|
A   new   101 of towels  frein  the  Unit'  I   '' ;'      I
In Saturday.  They are large sizes    and 1
free from dressing or dust.   You v. ill find U"30
ceedingly  nice in use and gO< d for draping; ���'���"���'
wash.   On sale, each   	
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PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAIVIMOOKS, ETC., ETC.
 AT	
Moreys   	
Columbia Street 81    We Close at S:30
Everything Reduced Except Butterick Patterns an']
Spool Cotton���All This Week.
W. S. Collister & Co
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
I We Close at S'A
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