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 'hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
JEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
VOLUME 3, NUMBER 176.
NE      WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDA.    HORNING, .11 LY
1908.
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
Light is thrown on 'vice-president mm
MISSING POWER BOAT1
PAYS tlTY BHIEF VISIT
Low Water Shows One Bout
Swamped Near Bridge ���
Second Still Missing.
mu- light has been thrown on the
sing gasoline boat wiiich mysteri-
, disappeared irom the neighbor-
to! ot   the   Lulu   inland     bridge    ou
rsday night.
Fhe  bridge   was   round    open     and
: jay fl boai  was missed from ihe
of a cabin on om- of llie    scows
i , i near the bridge, The boai was
tched outside and the engines be-
hging t<i it were inside the cabin.
h he water  in   the   river    has    been
(usually high and it   was only  when
ibsided   somewhat   that  yesterday
timing   the   bridge   tender,   W.  Fur-
and a man named Albert John-
saw  lying In  the mud, no great
Western   Head   of     Canadian     Pacific
Motored   Over   from   Vancouver
with  Prominent  Officials.
Among the visitors to the city yesterday were William Whyte, second
vice-president of the C. P. R.; C. E.
E, Ussher, assistant passenger traffic
manager, western lines, and J, A. M.
Aikens, legal adviser, all of Winnipeg,
They were only in the city a couple
Of hours, having motored over from
Vancouver, A short visit was paid to
the principal sights of the city, and
of course ihe ('. P. R, depot was
briefly visited, the party dining at the
Russell hotel before returning to the
Terminal City.
Mr. White expressed his admiration
at the growth of the city, and discussed plans for the railway development,
of the neighborhood. Few knew that
so prominent a railway magnate was
in town He is now on his way to
Alaska with a party of C. P. R. officials. Mr. Whyte was due to reach
Vancouver on Saturday, but was delayed by spending one day at Banff.
ince from the bridge, another boat
Ich previously to Wednesday was
i attached to the scow. In it was
engine of the gasoline boat and a
liier of articles.
he theory is that when the thieves
ained the first boat .they loaded
leavily    and    carelessly    and     it
second boat, and possessing a sail    FOR IRRIGATION  DELEGATES
weie able to ii;. that up and get; 	
wiih   the   craft.    This   explains |
the bridge was found to be open. ] Arrangements   Made for  Visits to   Be
ATTRACTIONS PROVIDED
theory  of  tie.-  robbery  is   sup-
Bd by the fact that men in a boat
Iwering to the description of    the
i missing w< n on Thursday in
jgulf coasting among  islands near
iper's pass.
tWDS DEMONSTRATE IN
FAVOR OF TEMPERANCE
Paid to Armstrong,  Coldstream
Ranch  and  Other  Points.
it.c     Concourse     of     Abstainers
heers Anti-Liquor Speakers in
Hyde  Park���Many  Bands.
pinion. .Jul} _0.���Hyde park, which
���> u  the  sei te   ol  so  many     re-
I ���    illustrations    this    year,
invaded  again  yesterday  evening
a gigantic    concourse    that    de-
ted i's support of the govern-
l s  licensing  bill.    The  estimates
ie crowd vary from 300,000 to 600,-
li was made up mostly of mem-
of temperance societies from all
frts of Ixmdon    and    the    suburbs,
ere were    120 speakers,    including
Ch men as Mr.  Winston    Churchill,
Oldfort,   l.ord    Kinnaird     and    a
aiber of members of the House of
Inunons.    A  hundred bands enliven-
the proceedings, and there was a
hdrkable scene when,   at    a given
I rial, they all struck up the hymn,
Qward, Christian Soldiers," in
Ich the demonstrators joined.
'Iti.' proceedings came to an end
h the passing of a resolution de-
Inning thai both Houses of Parlia-
fiu  pass  the  bill without delay.
DROWNS AT BARNET    MAIL SERVICE DOWN    jSUMivsiT of MOUNT baker  PROSPECTORS RECEIVE
Ifl PRESENCE Of WIEE    RIVER IS DISCUSSED
  	
Many Witnesses of Fatality Residents of Delta Again
Unable to Render Help��� VVant Change in Method
Body Not Recovered.        ,    of Handling Post Bags.
REACHED IN RECORD TIME
en falling oven.oard from      The carriage of mail down the river
his la ii   .      Barnel about half   past   from this city to Ladner, Port Qulchon,
six o'cl' --���rday afternoon, David Sunbury and way points has aroused
Engh ad   of Vancouver, w.as drowned  considerable attention all    down    the
in  the     ���   i di ������ of  his  wife and  six  river.
friends whom ho had been taking out'     Ladner was in  the habit of  partly
for a pleasure trip during the day, thej receiving the mails through  Vancou
vi-. and Steveston entirely and now
the service is share I with this city,
so that   both eastern    and    northern
HELP FROM CHINAMAN
Party   Scales   Highest   Peak   and     Re 	
urns  in    Three     Days,  Fifteen       | Stranded    After   IiOSUlg Out-
Hours and  Fifteen Minutes.
ESTIAL EMPIRE BROUGHT
LARGE CATCH OF HALIBUT
An unusual feature in connection
with the second annual convention of
the Western Canada association to be
held in Vernon during the week from
August 10 to 17 will be the special
arrangements that are being made to
give the visitors every opportunity to
Bee the mos; interesting section of
the country.
On the way to Vernon on August 10
Stop of two or three hours will be
made al Armstrong, where the citizens will provide teams and drive the
delegates through the district. One
special reason for the stop at Armstrong will be to impress upon the
delegates the strong local feeling that
Immediate steps should be taken iu
the direction of forest preservation on
account of its close relation to the
question of water supply,
Monday afternoon and evening and
Tuesday will he devoted to business
sessions at Vernon, a most comprehensive series of papers and addresses
having beeu secured, and much important discussion   arranged   for.
On Wednesday the delegates will be
driven over the irrigation system of
the White Valley Power & Irrigation
company, incidentally passing the
Coldstream ranch, l_ord Aberdeen's
famous fruit property.
For Thursday, Friday aud Saturday
steamers have been chartered from
the C. P. ft. for tin excursion down
Okanagan lake, and arrangements
have been made to drive the delegates
over the irrigation systems at Kel-
(iwnn, Peaehland. Suuimerland and
Penticton.
unf< rl mate man sinking to a watery
grave within a very short time after
falling overboard. The accident hap-
pem : opposite Carraholly, the sum- j centres of their business are served.
in- residence of the Johnston Now that the new launch .1. C. Bruce
brothers, and was witnessed by a has entered into competition with the
large number of campers, the Inci- Transfer, and is carrying the mails
dent casting a gloom over the whole from Westminster, down-river resi-
community. den:.-., not willing to wait to see by ex
As soon as it was noticed that Mr. I perience how the experiment will
England had fallen overboard, the : WUI)- out( ),ave petitioned for a relaunch was stopped and every effort newal of the old system to the postal
made to save him, but owing to some .authorities at Ottawa,
difficulty In launching the dinghy.: Discontented with the long waits for
the struggling man had sunk to the loading freight, passengers ou the C
bottom before he could be reached. In p, R. steamer frequently expressed   a
 any  with Gus Sy, of Barnet, and   wisli  for a light passenger craft, now
Gi irge Burr, Aid. .1. .!. ,l<hns;on also that now is available, the C, P. H
went to the rescue in a launch, butjthreaten that the competition will
owing to the accident taking place in compel them to take off the Transfer,
the middle of the channel their assist-i as n never was a very profitable pro-
ance arrived too late. 'position aud was run for the conveni-
The unfortunate  man  made a des- j^nce of passengers and the conveyance
perate effort to save his life, but be-:0I freight.
ing unable to swim, and not having! jf the Transfer went off tho run the
sufficient confidence to float, he i farmers would not have a means of
floundered about in the water and ex- I shipping bulky freight and the patron-
hausted bis strength in a short space age gjven lne two boats does not
of time. The body did not rise after | selm t0 warrant both remaining in
sinking, and has not been recovered. | t]le business. As far as one can judge
The provincial police have been noti-1 at present it looks as if the possession
tied, Chief Constable Campbell, of j of the mail contract would be the"de-
Vancouver, having assumed charge Of termining factor in settling who wins
the case He will detail men to' search j,),,, ,iav_
for tiie remains today. . , .	
Deceased was about 35 years of age,
and had been married but a short
time. Mrs. England was in the launch
at ilu lime of the accident, and is
prostrated with grief at the fatality.
The party of friends returned to Vancouver on the .vening train. t.he
launch being tied up at the Western
fisheries wharf.
The accident occurred .at just about
high tide. There is water to a depth
ot 100 feet at the scene of the drowning. Tlie spot where the fatality occurred has been marked to facilitate
the search for the body.
Bi llingham, July 26 Exactlj thi ��� ���
da..s ami 11 ft een and a quarter hours
after they left Bellingham last Tuesday morning, ;ii>- party of mountain
climbers composed of Hurley TJodson,
\\ 111 u. Pratt, Dr. I.. E. Boss and .1.
K. !.. Ross, returned to the city lasl
nigbt, having broken all records in
reaching tie- peak of Mount Baker and
; turning after spending thirty
minutes on tlie summit.
Tbe   party   succeeded     in    locating
ihe Mazama box set   up by the
successful   climbers   who   scaled
highest peak two years ago.
six
the
lit   in  Skeena,   Party   Is
Rescued by Celestial.
FISHERIES DISPUTE
DEVELOPS NEW PHASE
Dominion   Authorities   Take   Hand   in
Question    of   Jurisdiction���Four
Fishermen Fined.
MANHATTAN THIEVES OET
AWAY WITH $10,000
CANADIAN SHAREHOLDER
TO REORGANIZE MINING CO.
fl   >   Celestial   Empire    returned    to
��� > -terda*,  from tlie fishing banks
'   180,000  pounds of halibut.    The
\  were eight days away, encount-
I  good   weather  and  were  able to
Crease their catch    from    previous
'lords, no   loss   than  .10,000    pounds
nn taken  one d,uy.    This is  prob-
f'J   Hie largest catch  lauded    in    a
'' day on these banks.    The boat
las loaded to her maximum, und   it
useless to  bring any  more,    as
flsh would have to be accommo-
rted on deck, where the icing would
itn possible.
Several American boats were out
the quest for fish at the same
me, but were not as successful as
" Celestial Empire. She will only
!it to unload at the Columbia cold
orage wharf before going back to
banks.
IMMENSE CONCESSIONS
WILL NOT BE RENEWED
City of Mexico, .Inly 26.���The con
cession of 3,000,000 acres of mineral
lands held by col. w. c. Greene, of
.New York and Canada, expires Ue
cember 12, 1908, aud it is reported
that lt will not be renewed by the
Mexican government.
This land Is situated in Western
Chihuahua and Eastern Sonora. The
large lumber mills which Col. Greene
and associates recently erected upon
their big tract of timber land in
Chihuahua have closed dow%. Col.
Greene is said to be on his way to
Japan.
Xew Vork, July 26.���Blowing ' open
two sales with dynamite and carrying
away a load of gold and silver    from
the closely   packed  business    section
ol  Manhattan, heavy enough to break
down  an ordinary man, was  tlie  feat
i achieved  by cracksmen today without
hindrance from   the  police,   although
j that part of the city is supposed to be
! very well guarded.
i    The robbery occurred in the offices
of    the    Thomas .1.  Dunn    company.
j manufacturers of jewelry, on the third
j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l floor of 101    Chambers    street.    The
  i value of the goods stolen was worth
I more than $10,000.    It weighed about
Spokane, Wash.,    July ._.���William ,    _ .
1 ' ' J i seventv-five pounds.
Chapman, of St. Catharines, Ont., thej _
largest individual shareholder in   the]
Deer Trail Mining company operating j WANT   DOWER OF   LAND
iu   the   Republic    district    in    Ferry FOR  WHITE  BORN  BABE
county, Wash., northwest of Spokane, > 	
to whom the concern is indebted toj Victoria, July 26.���The provincial
the amount of $__,000, is attempting government is in receipt, of a request
to reorganize, lt is understood the from the inhabit;mts of the Bulkley
plan presented by Mr. Chapman meets valley asking that a grant of W0 a.c-res
with the approval of the shareholders i of land be made to the first, white
iii Spokane and in Canada, lie has baby born there. The child is the
Issued a circular iu uhich he calls ��� daughter or Mrs. I). Mclnnes, of North
attention to the fact, tbat shipments Bnlkley. There Is no provision in the
of 380 tons of or., from the Bonanza lands act providing for the dower of
f tlie company's proper- white babies so the government will
yiejded _. net profit of probably be unable to accede.
Shipments were stopped
A further step in tue struggle between the federal and provincial governments for the control of the fisheries was taken on Saturday when
loin fishermen were summoned and
lined by Inspector C. W. Sword for
falling to comply witli tlie Dominion
regulations, each being lined $__��� for
fishing below the bridge before 12
p.m. on Sunday night, whereas ibe
provincial regulations set out that
below Westminster bridge Ashing may
commence at t> p m. on Sundays. The
defendant, John Seborg, had both
Dominion and provincial licenses, but
broke the federal regulations as to
close season. He states that the
provincial government promised to defend a case, should he be summoned.
A week was allowed for him to pay.
The three other defendants who are
each lined $25, are J. Greenland, John
Holman  and   William  Black.
In the course of his evidence Sebrog
st.ated that when he took out. a provincial license on July 15, Inspector
Sam North said to hini: "Go out and
fish at six o'clock on Sunday. If you
gvjt into trouble, we (North and his
assistant, Reld,) will protect you and
stand all the expense."
William Black also gave evidence
to the effect, that he was led to believe that he had the backing of the
provincial government when he went
out fishing in contravention of Dominion regulations.
John Helman also told a similar
story of inducements held out to him
to disregard thc Dominion authorities.
Two Victoria prospectors, Messrs.
Ralph ami child-, recently had a mu
row escape from death while travelling along the Skeena river on the
waj to Hazleton. They were attempting to navigate the river just below
some rapids when their canoe was
overturned, ail their provisions and
outfli being swept, away by the surging waters of the swollen river. The
two nun barely escaped with their
lives, and for some days were in sore
sti aits, being unable to advance to
their destination, as they had neither
means of travelling nor food.
After wandering around, they finally fill In with a Chinese prospector
who outfitted them and furnished them
means of transportation to Hazleton,
where they arrived safely early last
week.
Ralph and Childs are on their wiiy
to the reported rich gold fields_cf the
Ingenika district. .According to ad-
Vlcea received here on Saturday from
prospectors now at Hazleton, a large
number of old and experienced miners
in that town are expressing grave
doubts as to the richness of the discoveries. It is significant that, in
spite of the reported rich strikes, the
first actual gold has yet to be shown.
The men who first brought to civilization the story of the latest El
Dorado are at, present at Hazleton,
and are as confident as ever thiit in
the Ingenika they have discovered
fabulous wealth, but their stories are
discounted by other miners on bho
score that, these optimists .;vre financially Interested in the district, and
that they have a number of claims for
sale.
A large number of prospectors are
reported to be on tiieir way to the
Ingenika. outfits leaving Hazleton for
tin' district, almost every day.
ICE MAKES TROUBLE
EOR BOATS IN NORTH
Passage from Nome to Kot-
zebue Fraught With. Many
Dangers-Towering Bergs
HOT SPOT IN LAKE IS
DISCOVERED BY DIVER
"Bobs" Will Face-off.
Ottawa,     July     25.���Arrangements
Je    being   completed    between    the
|��Pital  and   New   Westminster  man-
is omenta for a game at 'Varsity oval
August   I.    Lord RobertR will    be
ire on that day, and In all probability
will face the ball.
100,00*   Witnessed Quebec  Pageant.
Quebec,    July    26���Tho   crowning
event of the great Quebec tercenten
ary came yesterday    afternoon
when
the
more than 100,000 people saw
magniflcient historical pageant, which
was reviewed by the Prince of W'>'��s.
as the host of British and Canadian
civil nnd military authorities.
Premier Scott Renominated.
Regina.   Sask.,   July   26.-Premier
Walter Scott was nominated by   t"e
Liberals  of  Swift  Current    for    the
provincial parliament    yesterday.   He
I accepted the nomination.  ^..
mine-,   one
tn s. in  1907
.ts  H ton.
because,   during  the   time when   lead
was at  its  lowest   point, the smelters
refused to accept any mora ore.
LIQUOR LICENSES TO PAY
FOR INEBRIATE HOSPITAL
  I    St.   Paul. July    26.���The    inebriate
hospital law, passed la 1907, is con-
Ths Qana-Nels��^ Fight stitutlonal, according   to   a decision
Sar.  Francisco, July 86.���It  is    be-1 filed today by the supreme court. The
lieved Gu" the .Nelson and Gans fight  law provides that 2 per cent, of   the
I.s  assured  for September 9.    Willus j proceeds of. all liquor licenses issued
llritt  and  Jimmy Cofforth   has    had i by  municipalities shall  be  paid  Into
several conferences, and it is expected that they will complete the arrangements within the next few days.
the state treasury to be held as a
fund for the establishment and maintenance of a hospital for inebriates.
Lone White Physician of North
Meets With Mishap on Journey
Kdmonton, July 26.���Dr. Rymer, the | back of the boat was smashed. Dr.
Kngllsh physician who left Edmonton I Rymer was knocked over by the big
some time ago for Fort McPherson j rudder and the boat began to sink at
and Fort Hope, almost two thousand j once. Happily a canoe came along
miles ln-the far north has had aland rescued them,
thrilling experience, narrowly escap- All Dr. Rymer's goods, medicines
ing with his life, near Fort McMurray. J and    personal    belongings    were    on
Writing to the Bulletin under date ! hoard the scow and all were ruined.
of June 17, from that point, be says fhe party were to start the next day
that Inspector Pelletier and himself on the Hudson's Bay steamer on their
were going up lhe Cascade when   the Journey further north.
Spokane, July 26.���Diving* into the
waters of Medical lake to see how
far he could go down, Homer Gustave,
of Spokane, struck a stream of hot
water near the bottom of the lake and
was badly scalded. He is now in ihe
hospital, His right foot, leg, side and
aim  and  Shoulder  were  scalded.
For many years Medical lake has
been known to have warm currents,
but 'lie exact location of the hot
springs never COUld be found. The
springs are believed to be responsible
for the medicinal properties of the
lake. Another phenomenon is that
Medical lake lias been steadily rising
for the past twelve years am
holds an average of ten feel
water than it did in 1896.
now
more
JAPANESE IMMIGRATION
8HOWS BIG DECREASE
Seattle, July 26.���Advices from.
-Nome say that the steamship Corwi.a.
the first boat to reach .Nome this season, is having many troubles and
perils in the ice of Behring sea aud
the Arctic ocean. After the arrival
of the Corwln in .Nome she proceeds
to various points on Seward peninsula
and to the northward, one of the few
vessels to visit these isolated pores
during the year.
Sue has been having great difficulty
getting through the ice to the KotM*-
bue sound district, and Captain E. L.
West says he has never seen the ice
so bad.
For two days the ship was caught i:.-.
���i solid pack with the berks towering
hundreds of feet above her masts and
in hourly danger of destruction. The
greatest trouble was experienced uoai*
Cape Blossom. The Corwin is now out
the way to Keewalik and other points,
further north. Captain West expects
there will lie Ice in the lower Arctic;
for several weeks to come. a*
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Grand Trunk Earnings.
Montreal,     July     26.���The     Grand
Trunk earnings for the week ending
July 21 decreased by $159,491.
Vancouver, July 26.���A remarkable
decrease In the number of Japanese
admitted to the United States has
been recorded within the pasl few
months, according to advices brought
by the steamship Empress of Japan,
from Japan.
For the year ending July 1, 1907.
('I'M!. Japanese were admitted. For t.h��
corresponding time ending July 1, of
this "ePar, the number was only 11416.
Motor Buses a Failure.
London, July 26.���Nottingham corporation has decided to abandon lhe
motor bus service, as after ,:. trial of
three years they have proved a diB-
mal failure and have resulted in a big
EASTERN LACROSSE.
Montreal   14
Terumseh      6
Capitals  5
(.ornwalls   2
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY.
July 47
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Oil re   M.  James.
Congressman OHie .M. James, of the First Kentucky district, who
will have a prominent part in the conduct of Mr. Bryan's campaign
for the presidency this fall, was born in Crittenden county, Kentucky,
July 27, 1871, and was educated in the common and academic schools.
He studied law under his father, 1.. H. James, and was admitted to
the bar in 1S91. In the celebrated contest for governor of Kentucky *��\
the younger James was one of the attorneys for Governor Goebel. ;l* |
In 1896 and 1904 he was a delegate to the Democratic national convention and .at the recent Denver convention his name was mentioned
in connection with the vice-presidential nomination. An aggressive
supporter of Mr. Bryan, he has the confidence of his chief, who a
year ago predicted that Mr. James would be the leader of the Democratic party of the country in ten years.
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TRADE WITH WEST INDIES
SUBJECT OF DISCUSSION
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any .'rain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no 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 firs*
class for years and years.
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united
WHOLESALE
and  RETjAIL
pUTCHERft
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Assurance   of   Stability    in   Canada's
Sugar Preference  Is  Desired���
Reciprocal   Arrangement. ,
TO RENT���Furnished bedrooms with
use of kitchen and sitting room.
suitable for man and wife or gentleman.   Fine location; moderate rent; i  *���
no    children.      Fourteenth    street,,    Montreal, July 26.���A London cable
above Eighth avenue. Canadian   relations   with   the
                          i
FOUND���Sorrell horse came    to    my . West  Indies was one of the subjects;
premises 19th inst.;   brand on right  of discussion    at Thursday's,   cabinet
hind  hip, T. E. over O.  E.    Owner | council.    It  is understood    that    one1*
puriKise of the present visit  to Canada of Sir Francis Hopwood, pertnan- i
for   the I
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start jour orchard right, by buying fr.ni A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. \ye have over 200,000 fruit tree- art 1
can hamdle your order, no matter what the size. If we have n *
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for price9.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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COLUMBIA
STREET I
PKone 101 PKone 1011
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can have same by paying expenses. I
After   expiration of   notice   will   be
sold to defray expenses.   A. H. Mc-1
Ciiuley, Yale Road, seven miles from j ent llnder secretary of state
Westminster.
WANTED���Nurse girl to take care
of four children. .Apply Guichon
Hotel.
SITUATION WANTED ��� Stenographer; capable, experienced lumber shipping and commission; Al
references; $60.00. Houston. 991
Pender street, Vancouver.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without board. .Apply Guichon hotel.
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 27.0. 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. 0. Box 885.
VA_lEAM��_
colonies, is to endeavor to arrange a I
reciprocal    arrangement      with      the
Canadian ministers on the basis of the
new Barbadoes preferential tariff, under which imports from the    United
States  and other    foreign    countries j
would  pay an extra duty   of 20   per j
cent.    The West Indies desires some ;
assurance of stability regarding Can
ada's sugar preference, especially    in |
view  of  i>ossible    Canadian    treaties j
with    Germany    and    other     foreign
countries,
The Season Has Arrived for You to
Preserve Strawberries
i:
They are in fine condition, and are to be
had cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORE than any other store in town.
Call  Us Up  and  Give  Us   Your  Order
TME
AT THE HOTELS,
Public Supply Stores G*-��p*��AMS
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Prop.
Phone   92.
Russell.
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THURSDAY NEXTJULY30I
Our store will be closed to enable
our staff to go on the Citizen.;' excursion to Victoria.
We would appreciate it if our
customers would send in their orders for first of the month early
this week, and avoid the rush on|
Fridav and Saturday.
ADAMS & DEANS!
Phone 97.
GROCERS
Prompt Deli*.
X. Grant, Los Angeles, Cal.
M. A. Brennan. hos Angeles, Cal.
B. .J. Tomkins, Halifax, N. S.
R. C. Craig, Chicago, 111.
A.  .I.  Ferguson.  Boston,  Mass.
Robt   Allan. Kamloops.
A. ('. Minty, North Bend.
T.  .1.  Hockini..  Victoria.
A. Haliburton. Vancouver.
I-;. Banennan, Vancouver.
L.  Nessageat,  Yokohoma, Japan.
Windsor.
It. G. Henderson, Port Kells.
Misses Beer. Brantford, Ont.
S. Bakke, Arrowhead.
P.  V.  Kinny,  Hazelmere.
H.  Brown, Chiliwack.
Miss L.  Brown. Chilliwack.
J. H. Gardner. Des Moines, Iowa.
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i Is Your Summer Hat
Beginning to Look
?
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UAIUIUVOV*
ITS NOM-IBtjUl
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ILL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
.A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl-
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Tradc Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
ition mn
letlier Wl
JLSZmlue*. wl_l.out.c_i.rie. I" the
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Cte.i*..*��.. New York
*T       ADVERT.a>.      -Wi
��� IN ���
THK      DAM. Y      NEWS
it You've KOUND Anything.
Dispatched by C. V. R. train at 7:15
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon
dally.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   e:..,���, .  Sun
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily  excvoi
Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched  by  B.  C. Electric rallwa
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, dailyexcept Sun
days.    Return mail received 10 am.
Vancouver,    N'o.    3,   and    Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.;  daily   ex-
| cept Sunday,    Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
.Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:23
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first mall). Return mail received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. .N'o. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitiam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No.  2;   .Mlllsl.
Coquitlam, daily except Sur.!*,.    .���_���
turn mall received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Timberland, Straw';,erry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return malls received Tuesday.- and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver.
except. Sunbury.
Sunburry.     Mondays,   Wednesdays
and  Fridays;   leaves  11  a.m.
! Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 o. m.:
'Dispatched by G.N. Fyler. 4 d  m.*.
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Clayton,  Tuesdays and   Thursdays,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdayt.
'Tynehead, Wednesdays and Sa'.u--
jdays. Return mall received Mond'iyi
' and Fridays.
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If so get one of our cut price
FELT HATS. Fedora or Golf
shape; pearl, tan or brown
color.   Worth $3.00;
Yours
for   .
$1.50    |
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Sa\
ings .Account? $
THE NECESSITY t.i' saving has never
more apparent than at the present time.
Tu
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Dep
INTEREST ADDED . 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. g. LYLE,   Mgr.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COA
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON I
TME
, Wardrobe Clothier |
P. O. Box   345 'Phone
OFFICE = FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, ���  ��� HEW
108.
DRINK     RYALL'S
Li
ime mice
25c per bottle        - -      $1.50 per gallon
Your Children   Require   It
NO   HIVES   WHEN   USED
Ask   for   Ryan's
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��� IN ���
THB      DAILY      NEWS
FOR BIO RW8ULT3.
tr       ADVERTIS K       -*l
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
B. C. Mills, Timber dl
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuta.tmr.rt and Deai.r* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door*
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMI^^AJTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and DrainM
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. flew Westm^"rj
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CAPTAIN   BONSER.
;MSr]
,s     of    Canadian     North-Weit
Homestead   Retjuir.tions.
Bv even numbered suction of Du
u lands In Manitoba, Baskatcli-
ail I    im  ta, excepting 8 and 26,
mB. >.   ��� -i, may be hofnesteaded by
���: on h iio is the sole bead ol a
or any male over is years of
to the extent ol one-quarter sec-
,. .,,,! icn -. more or less.
[licatlon   for   entry     must     be
,, ;,. : the applicant at
n, uion Lands Agency or sub-
>v for the district In which the
, ituate. Bntrj by prosy may,
L be made at an agency on
i, i onditiohs by the lather, moth-
ii. daughti r, brother or sister of
adlng   !-"""-st> ader.
iomefteader is rejulred to pe
niiRn
Regular sailings between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK, Suniigh    Soap  contains  nothing that   will harm the
calling :.t Hammond, Haney, Langley, daintiest fabrics Ilui' roi the   skin.
Sold by all dealt*!"-- ��� 8
LAURIER IS COMING
I   TO COAST THIS f ALL
Langley,
Mission and way ports, with pas-
sengi rs ami freight.
Leavi b    Brackman &  Ker    wharf.
New   Wi (.minster,   Tuesdays,   Thursdays and  Saturday  at 8 a-  m.
Leaves   Chilliwack  Wednesday,   Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
It.   WIIITMORF. Secret;,'   .
Five Cents a Bar
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.   owing ;>iaus* \t.i*i , -. * ;    i    ,* 11 I yi I H] Tl
������  �����������  -   thV  resident    j $&��   .',     - ,   ^ tf$    *       ^      ^ Lt .1 A. I, C* i X JL
,,;,;  cultivation of the land  ln
foi   three years,
���   t, i i>' itead* r  may,  if be so
,   . : in the    required   real-
.. ing  on    (arming
,       i  Bolely  './-���'  him,  not less
,    bty  (80)  acres  In extent, In
j.     i    ..   hi    :> ime *> ad,   3 iin
ip in    ind      II nol mei t thla
m lit.
in- ���       r (oi motUi i. IE thi
��� : i ol -i homi   ti b lei
. -. ���- on  .
,        I soli bim,  n     li
, ��� ..I   . in extent, In
i :.   homestead, or up
i     ��� ered for bj  him
��� raesteader may
:    .   dence dutii    I.;
Uher  (or mother).
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andard for
15 Years.
RAND OLD    ������.:"?���' j
For Your r     ���   ..
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R. G. MacPherson Is Enthusiastic Over Prospects of
West-  Prosperity Ahead.
Vancouvi r,    Julj     26.   Robi 11
���'��� M   P., <   pped a tew  I
t! -    cheduli   time ror hla arrival
1                     I      around town to-
'   ��� i
���   i       i on   i ... i
con lltion of
he    con litions    are ���
: he si Biggest crop tha   has '
a known the    waj      hi
iii ���    ectli ���
| i'i- up I inces of the sea on.    l
.    Mi  ;   i ould     "' '   11
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... ri< es will be good   Thi
���none; com n
' hi Ittle lat<   .    i
��� 111 thin** - hustle again    on
i-    fl
The .UNCTION
iti d in in ,i '."I to   thi
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i   the  con ol   ad h i
ke tl
,    ���              i ir futu
ist bei t   In ar I    thai
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���    I'������.    ;i   \'   '.'   <
thla  fall,    Th d
���    een      ed, bnt it will
HOST PERFECT MADE.
EVERYWHERE.
E".W.Gl"LLETT��?^f
TORONTO. OUT.
���.TJB j_n_cr_H TTK-.����_ __,.___.._ h?K3M
S otice
11 li phi ne 11 immunic ition has bi i a
���   ��� ��� V, ESTMINSTER
PITT       MEADOW8,
li , '.l.'.luNii,   HANEY.   Other   Dffld
��� :i ��� bi   Uni        v   -' m i !lty n it    bi
openi Notice will be gli ��� n
i     dd ' ��� nal offices are opi m d
British Columbiit Telephone Co.^Ltd.
fOOKSLEY'S
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This  Date in  History
Pid
ure
'.-.. ���;>���.
LIMITED
are, Eic.     Columbia Streel
i!
IULY 27.
'^fiijtltf*'.
E'_ I
rei.  53.        Ri
i   Submitted.
-   CO!   i .
��� ie li   i   ;
���    -    -. ition   f
^y&z
of Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
ins lands wit h-
tamf ii Colum-
. . : by any person
��� ��� :t farnllj, or
18 yeai   of agi, to the
;;,! ter i ectlon of  100
.   li 53,
|i. . be mad personally at
,ii laud office for the dlstrl ��� In
thi land is s':tu;ite. Entry by
may, however, be made on cer-
.. Westminster..
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
��� '
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Crest-
incjs.   Balcony   Railings, and
F i      Escapes.
Genera. Machine Work arui
BLACKSMITHING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
fcs
v"
llliam in  ''.' y
;.- adh      -.   .    -   .1 a i.i s
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i'i' nch.
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made Its    ap]
ii     M  a    ihusi lti
i b   Cha - Btown.
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on . to Kico.
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
1 M.  MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE.
J   G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F.   MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE,
brand  inm
���!ir\.
y-
WINNER OF  MARATHON
NATIVE   OF OTTAWA
F. CRAKE |
Ana1
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone 33
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from    Geo.   Adam*,   Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watcnes  trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's    Silver   Watch��a     .pen
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's  Silver  Watcnes.   double
Jondltlons by the father, mother, )cage  $7,50 ,.p_
niter, brother or Bister of au    Ai,ent [or ,he celebrate(, gouth Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    Welhnan
Arctic  Kxuedition.     VII warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc., etc.
Watch   repairing; ( enargefl   reaaon-
nhie.
Bank of Montreal
lng homesteader.
homesteader is required to per-
the  conditions  connected  thereunder    one    of the    following
ill
I
At leasl six months' residence
and cultivation of the laud in
year  for three years.
If the father (or mother, if the
- is deceased),   of   the    home-
r  resides  upon  a   farm  in    the
tj  of the laud entered for,  the
' ments as  to  residence may  be
li'd by such person residing w*iU_
ther or mother.
if the settler has his perman-
'������ sidence upon farming land own-
im in the vicinity of his home.
the requirements   .us   to real-
maj be satisfied by    residence
I the said land.
months' notice in writing should
en to tlif Commissioner of Dom-
l-ands at Ottawa of Intention to
}y for patent,
���AU-   Coal mining rights may  he
���I for a period of twenty-one y ars
II annual rental of $1 per acre,
more than 2500 acres rdia" be
I to ono Individual or company.
yalty at the rate of five cents per
Bhall he collected on    the    mer-
htable coal mined.
W. AV. COllY,
ty of the Minister of tho Interior
SenU)n Approval A
To RaESPONSiB�� People      *^c%
IjtUNTAlh
Laughlin jp
FOUNTAIN PEN ��|
and WS.'���
RED GEM  ""=
1
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL ��14.4C0,OCO.O"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
���ranches throughout Canada and New foundland, and   ln   London,   Engiand,
New  York,  Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A   ten
eral Banking  Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents in all  nana or lbe
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received ln sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N^W WESTMINSTER T.RANP H Q. D.  BRYMNER.  Manaa*"-
Otta        ��� : .  23.���John    !���'.    Hayes,
al    !������
;���:  .  Ig       .-..1 da    .1  native ol
Ottawa,   bein son    of    Pat. li k
1 [ayes, 1 former cab driver here. Hi f-
fernon, the Becond man in the Marathon, was in the    second   Canadian
contingent   going to South Africa, en
''listing as a resident of Brandon   He
j was an English emigrant and several
! Ottawa  South African   veterans    remember him.
Result of the  Boycott.
Excellent Train Service Between
ikago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-
Tl.ME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. ailuress
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent. 135 Adams St.. Chicago. III.
San Francisco, July 20.���At
local Chinese consulate today it
admitted  that  active  steps are
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the
was
being
taken for the formation of a company
to operate a new steamship line between San Francisco and Chineso
ixirts, in opposition to the Japanese
lines. The action is said to Ipe the
outgrowth of the commercial warfare
now being carried on y Cbhinese merchants agalnsl Japanese trade In the
Orient.
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>ARD  OF TRADE���New   Westmin-!
Iter Board of Trade    meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
hlrd   Thursday    of   each    month,
larterly   meetings   on   the   third
'hursday    of    February,    May,
'gust and   November,  at  8   p.  n_.
:tnual    meetings    on     the     third
F h 11 r s d a y    of    February.    New
neinl-or.   may   be   proposed    and
'"'���ted nt nny monthly or quarterly
p��8ttag,    A. E, White, Rec,
Ulu-trstlom at. ES.cl Sin
..very j_.ii giiarmitri-il
full M Kt. hclidGokl-ciit
ou riKl't hand may Ik- bail
in either our slumlaul
black opaque pattern, or
Nou breakable Tran.psn-
ent, *�� desired, a'the. In]
plain or engraved tiui_li,|
ai preferred.
You iiibv try lllll |..'ll * w*,'a,
If you iin nut lind It *, r,'|tr..'iit.,l,
_ l.i,U,-r Rrtli'lt ttikli ynu van ����'-
cum fwr .������_,: ii.it. TRIl mmial
r^ica In _ity utlifr mnko. if i��4
_ntir.lv t_t,.f_, 1,.i\ In .v.-ry r. ���
��� (I'll K'turn It amine will miiJ
you (1.10 for It.
Or. tn, 1 art I. onr fntnona Rn.l
ro|,ular Rio I'm Ink l.m-ll. ���
,.,,ni,.li la- li ak proof triiini|ili. kiny
I., carried   In   any potltlon  lai
pwkvi ot altopptni \*$, wrliti��'
any   angle al lirat t. ll,    Plall
nun,    lanrlnKl   fpi>,l,   IrMiiini
point, pollehad .ulcenir.il rattttrr
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225    Msjnllc Bing.
Iriterurban   Line
i*;irs   for   Vancouver   and    wav
stations  will  run  every half-
hour   from   5:50  a. in.     Last
car leaves at 11  p.  m.
(Last car I v. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram j
office ,on the hour, twenty min- *
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter,  commencing  at  6:2'.   a.  tn. T
*
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave X
at ten minutes after the hour. *
balf past and fifty mtautes after
the  hour, commencing at 6:_0
a. m.
Sunday Service  nalt-Dourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Denmark and Sweden in Alliance.
Copenhagen, July 26.���It Is reported
thai the Danish and Swedish governments have agreed npon an offensive
and defensive military alliance.
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rVHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO
licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street.
I op|>osite Conn House, .N'ew West tn! U
1 ster.    I'tioue 148.
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HITESIDE  &   EDMONDS, Barri-r-
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
I Columbia  street,   New    Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. l_. Edmonds.
Dttri It.
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TAKE
j The White Pass
! and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
I WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON   and
I FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (excepi
i Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
! express    and    freight    connect    with
i _tages at Carcross and White Horse,
i maintaining a through winter service
Foi  information apply lo
J.  H,  ROr.KRS,  Traffic   Manakc.
. . yatcoovet. B.X.
"The Milwaukee"
Tbe Pioneer' Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
rquipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway. They
own and overate their own sleeping
and .'in'-i,. -;ts on all] their trains and
���five >��. i _ trons an excellence of
"���ervi.i    1     . btainable elsewhere.
h. i. ROWE. Cene'il Agent.
��� j4 TUtd SU, cor Alder ���Potls'id. Or.
MARTLX &  McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc.   Offices, New
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNEr
Eight Trains Every Dav in the ������'
BETWEEN
MinneapfllTs, St. Paid
and Chicago
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for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
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both   electricity   and   gas;   th��.   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the 1
world.     The   equipment   consist*  of ���
private   rompartment   cars,   slinilturd
16  section   sleepers,  lnxurions  cfming
car. reclining chair cad's (seats free>,
modern  day  coaches and buffet,   H-
hrarv and sfnoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or anj
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7.0 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Westminster,    Trapp    Block,
Clarkson and l_orne Bireets.
corner
GWORGB hi. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Oulchon block, Colum
-ta and McKenzie afreets. New West
minster. B C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor.
CUrtla bloeli, Clarkson street. P. O.
llox 16i>.    Telephono 04.
V. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc.. Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets, New Westminster, B. fi.
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August   7 and  21.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily .News Pub-
fishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
���treets. New Westminster,  B.  C.
C  A.  Paige Managing  Director
<Union
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MONDAY, JULY 27, 1908.
'Thirty feet to tne gulf."
qualities of both races into that which
I we term Canadian.   The realisation of
'the  most   wildly optimistic  vision    is
. possible within  this nation under the
unity  of effort   such  as    has    moved
westward from  Quebec  with  its    ancient streets and institutions    to    the
cities of the Pacific with their hum of
commerce and   modern    palaces.    Tu
old Quebec, rich in the memories    of
the past, the nation will not look    in
vain  for her part In the  progress of
the future.
i
Careless Shooting.
Kamloops, July 26.���A well known
t ,;.. a rolal traveller, who hails from
the i-'.i-* figured in an unfortunate accident in town on his last trip, with
some friends he was practicing revolver shooting and a bullet fired by
the traveller went through the walls
of B tenl und lodged in the shoulder
of a woman, who is nursing a sick
husband in camp. The victim of the
accident is now at the Royal Inland
hospital   where   she   was     taken    by
BRUTAL LACROSSE.
DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forget that a return to power
of  the  Conservative   party   means    a
return to the days of high protective I    At a lacrosse match in Ottawa the
tariff and  heavy taxation,  stagnation'; police arrested one of the players for j
of business and hard times. assaulting an opponent.    Chief De la |
Ronde has supplemented his action by
the statement: "We intend to arrest
every lacrosse, football or hockey
player who violates the law in any
way while engaged in an athletic contest in Ottawa. The fact that a man
is in a club sweater does not give him
Permanent pavement   on   Columbia j flipectlon of the cause of the trouble
who has taken upon himself the burden of expenses In the matter.
Street.
Permanent   pavement   on   Columbia
Street.
GRAFT.
The  Columbian of    Saturday    had
*'I_oot" in .acute    form    over   a land
grant to a man who was once in thejthe Privilege of committing an assault
remote past  a partner of    the    Hon. I for which lindf>r ��,her conditions    he
Clifford Sifton, on a valuation made
according to law, when
branch of the C. P. R. was not open
to traffic, of $9017.50 and for which
Mr. dale and his partners are sup-
liosod to have realized $101,830. This
was one of the finals the scandal
mongerlng Bordonites produced, when
there was no opportunity of making
reply, so that it could be Included In
their campaign literature, but the
electorate will weigh this charge, and
from experience of seeing all their
other charges to be absolutely without
foundation, it will conclude that this
i.s another vapor as evanescent as it
is villianous.
We did not hear a word from the
patent medicine sheet about the timber grants which made some of its
associates ri��h in a few months. The
only expense to these gentlemen was
the cruising and survey which should ;
have been done by the Provincial Gov-1
eminent and the people reap the harvest for the sale of the public domain, j
instead of the favored few who put up j
a little to augment the campaign fund;
of the Conservatives at the last gen-'
era! election.
The Columbian was not at all sensi-1
>.ive when contracts were    practically
granted for school furniture and shipped from the factory three weeks before the tenders were opened.
The Columbian does not   seem    to
lose any sleep over the greatest graft!
of modi rn times.   At the Westminster I
���steel   bridge  a gang of  men  are now
employed  with a sand-blasl    machine1
taking  off  all  the  original   paint, the
solid Iron-hard paint which make sand i
blast  necessary to remove it, as well j
as any little spot that has blistered on
���������listed.
At the late it has been cleaned, up
��� o the present writing, it will take six-i
teen years to finish  the cleaning and
by /he time three coats of paint get on {
a.s liru. and hard as the one they are !
removing the present generation  will
have been gathered to its fathers and j
a new bridge be necessary on account |
of corrosion.    It  is either    abnormal
graft  or incurable    lunacy    and    the!
Columbian had better get    busy   and >
put an end to this near-home evidence
���of a graft that by comparison is like
a range of mountains to   which    the
'���'house that Peter built" is only a fly i
speck.
would  be amenable."    The game    at
the Algoma; wn'ch the rowdyism occurred was tt
specially brutal exhibition of foul
lacrosse. Every one interested in the
preservation of the national garu<.
should take Chief De la Ronde's viewpoint. Vancouvers and Maple r.-i1"*
please read, mark, learn and Inwardly
digest.
RUBBER STAMPS
No more need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
of good gum rubber, on latest improved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
MADE IN CANADA
Mail  orders filled same day as received.
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
"Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamp*"
Permanent   pavement
Street.
on   Columbia
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors.
CITIZENS'
PICNIC
VICTORIA
THURSDAY
..July 30,1908..
The palatial C. P. R. steamer Princess May has been chartered for
this excursion, and will leave the C. P. R. wharf at 7 a.m., returning
to Westminster about 9:30 p.m.
TICKETS      -      $1.50
Obtainable from George Blakeley. J. R. Benson, D. E. MacKenzie and
other members of the committee. Berth reservations should be made
at once.    Apply D. E. MACKENZIE, market clerk.
Four hours in Victoria���Daylight journey coming  and  going.
Reid& Company
Successors to H* L. DeBeck
We are clearing out our stock
of   men's,   boys'   and   girls
STRAW HATS AT
Half Price
2.50 hats for 1-25      1.50 hats for.
2.00 hats for LOO      1.00 hats for.
.75hatsfor 40      .50 hats for.
.75
..50
.25
In Linen Hats we offer still further reductions
Hats worth 1.25 for 85      Hats worth 1.00 for 65
Hats worth .85 for  .55      Hats worth .75 for      jq
Boys Wash Suits and Blouses at Half Pric
 1.15      1.25 goods for 65
 90  .75 goods for 40
3.00 goods for 1.50
2.25 goods for
1.75 goods for
Our White and Light Colored Vests are appreciated,
and the prices we are quoting make it an easy
matter for a man to dress cool
2.50 vests for 1.50      2.00 vests for 1.35
1.50 vests for 1.00
Ask for our prices on any line of goods we carry, you will find that we can
save you money. Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Cotton Underwear and every.
thing else a man or boy wears reduced.
Reid& Company
Successors to H. L. DeBeck
Mr. Man
WITH TME
Tender Feet
COME TO US rOR
Foot Comfort
"'Thirty feet to the gulf."
THE  TERCENTENARY.
The meeting of the representatives
Of three great peoples******-, the tercentenary celebration in Quebec was of
.���more than passing note. The Cana-
��3ian nation owes its existence to two
��of these, France and Kngland, its
���-jTigin from the one, and its expansion
Under the administration of the other,
.and it was fitting that each should be
���a-s_HC._a.Iy represented at the present
uelebration. The comrail.hip (if our
American cousins was never more
IaTtnfully exhibited than by joining
hands at the glorious fete doing
honor to Champlniu, Wolfe and .Montcalm. The celebration was remark-lb...
for the evidence that the old animosi-
ttes -have faded away and while it
linked back to the long past yet II did
honor to Canada in its throbbing present and pointed to the immense possibilities of a fearless future. The
grandeur of Old France, the stability
of Old England together have evolved
and trained a race we are proud to
,r.all Canadian, hardy, thrifty, independent and forceful, whose achievements
have marked and will mark many-
pages in the world's history. No
prouder or inore faithful comrades
marched side by side with their i jac
brothers in arms in the Boer war than LU
ibe Canadians whoso origin was fj\
French. In camp they were gay. on '��� jjRj
the march they were cheery, and in I jVI
the firing line they were fearlegs. The p^
power of the British Empire
ftanced hy the assimilation
No matter how your feet hurt during these
hot days, we guarantee to fit you with
shoes that will give relief the moment you
slip into them. We keep all the latest
COMFORT STYLES.
��
Another Shipment
Of Ladies'   White   and   Colored    Canvas
goods just to hand.   The $2.50 White Can-
vas kind for $1.75.   The $3.00 Blue and
Xj Pink Canvas Shoes for $2.50.  This has been
ji\ a record year for Canvas goods,  and we
JR have been kept busv supplying the demand.
B
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of
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the
See
Our
Line of
Children's Summer Shoes
BLACK AND TAN OXFORDS
WHITE CANVAS SLIPPERS AND SHOES
Just the Kind for Summer Wear
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Summer Reductions inI
Suits
an
d
Overcoats
Best of  Cloth,   Fit,   Material   and Workmanship
��� i
Gentlemen's   Suits
$35.00 reduced to $25.00
$38.00 reduced to $28.00
$40.00 reduced to $30.00
$45.00 reduced to $35.00
An Exceptional Opportu iity of Getting "Correctly"
Dressed   at Reck Bottom Prices
Morgan the Tailor j
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster
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ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have them examined.      We  make  n�� charge
for testing your eyes.    A
guaranteed.
orK
W. GIFFORD, Optician
Optical   Parlors  in T.  Giff��rd's
Jewelry  Store.
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EMI-ANNUAL
W-i
SALE NEWS
hat more need be said than to ��ive
>u the plain facts of the money-saving
)ssible Friday? July Sale is half over.
|o time now for lon�� descriptions; quick,
larp business from morning till night
ie order of the day.
ome Early Friday
\e    Biggest    Hosiery    Bargain    Ever
Offered in New Westminster
60c and 75c lisle lace hosiery for 35c
Jvr 80 dozen pairs of Women's superfine Lisle Lace Hose (Morley's celebrated make*, colors tan,
'fcWWn r:���; "���'. ;11 s<> some embroidered Lisle Hose in black. They are our regular liOc, 6..C, and 75c
Tthws v\ ������ ���������'������. ' s m almost unbelieveable price cut, but ii is true all the _ame. They are now
all <M}e ���:������'���      '   ������"������ ��� ^nd L-"t   ..in     iioice  at    35c per pair, or 3 pair for $1
Some   Wonderful Bargains in  the Wash
Goods Department
EH*
lfty pieces new season's muslins for 10c yard
.������iy  conceivable  color, pattern and new floral design effects, regular 13c, 20c and 2r>c values: now
for the ridiculous sum of    10c per yd.
20c Scotch ginghams for 12 l-2c yard
itpes,  checks,  etc. also b<
id   '.--inch English  Print, 15c .ml 20c values,   Now al 121 2c yd
15c Oxford shirting for 10c yard
i.   pieces only light and dark  stripe genuine Imported  Oxford   Shirting,  regular   price   15c.   Now
    10c yd.
15c white and colored flannelettes for 10c yard
fourteen  pieces  light  and dark colors, also pure white, regular price  15c;   now for    10c yd.
Unusual Offering of White Longcloth
15c values for 10c yard
fwelve pieces .6-inch wide fine soft finished  While  Long Cloth, made  of  long staple cotton,  no  fill-
dresslng.   doing for    10c V*-
$2.75 white table cloths for $1.50
fhis is .a  bargain  if ever there was one.   Fifteen beautiful white  linen Table Cloths,  size  8  by  10,
fully  bordered  on  the  four sides;   regular $2.7",.    Going  for $1.50
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liforms, cloths, galateas and ducks for 20c per yard
ially  adapted  for women's liouse dresses,  boys' blouses, etc.,  regular 25c   md 30c.    Will be sold
 20c yd.
inal Two Days of the Remnant Sale
our remnant tables for this week.   You will find
my useful pieces there at a
Great Price Saving
T. H. Smith's
The Store That Sells for Less
City News
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That   no   matter whnt  *
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x"'  :-- - pleaBe the eve, but to
Plea " i ate     The  "B.  C."  and
"Old Sporl   Cigars, ������
���* Lukken has lefl for Tronthelm.
Norway, where be    will    stay    some
time.   He will B0 to England first.
*or cut flowers for any floral work,
j ring up Tidy. ,he florist.   Phone 1S4. ���
irs   Si ration,   editor  of  the   Stonewall (Man.) Argus, will visit the coast
| within the nexl few days.
I     Your outing will be Incomplete without a box of "B. C." Cig.ars. **
Rev.   Mr.   Hatt,   superintendent    of
I missions for B. C, spoke at the Olivet
(Baptist  church,    both    morning    and
evening yesterday.
For     sab.���Seven     roomed     house,
.bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   woodshed;     horse   stall,  carriage   liouse;
fruit,  trees;  on  full   lot.    For  further
! particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
i street. �����
There wlll be a cricket practice at
| Moody square today at  ti p.m., and a
good attendance of members is ex-
! peeled
I
J, Eugene Brown's ties, a*snaD _0c. *
i
Patrick    smith,    the    penitentiary
, guard   who lias  been  visiting the old
: country,  returned on  Saturday    from
his tour.
For lirst (lass cut flowers  pot plants
or bouquets, telephone   Davis & Son,
j florists.    Tel. B20S. *���
The B,  V   P.  U. of the Olivet  Bap-
i tist  church  will   have  a   meeting on
| missions    this    evening,    under    the
leadership of  Miss B, O. Thompson.
I
We have a nice cottage on extra
! large lot, with fruit trees and small
; fruits In rear. Ninth street, near
���Queen's avenue, for short time at
$1,500, easy terms. Abbott & Hyte,
1,238 Columbia Btreet. **
A   motor  party, consisting    of    Or.
jand .Mrs. T. Glendon Moody. G. Jardine and p. R. Begg motored over
from Vancouver yesterday and spent
j a   pleasanl   day  at   Westminster,   din-
; ing at the Russell hotel
The Westminster baseball team was
! victorious  in   Its  match  on    Saturday
j against  the Vancouver    V. M. c. A.,
| winning out alter an interesting game
by  the  large  score of nine    runs    to
two.    A fair crowd watched the progress of the game.
One parcel of land was sold at the
resumed auction of city lots on Saturday, this being lots - and 3, of subdivision 21, S block X. to J. McKenna
| for $225. The sale was adjourned
! sine die, and the property will now be
sold by private treaty tit the upset
prices  fixed   by  the city council.
Farmers in the Helta and Boundary
bay districts continue to complain
bitterly of the delay to their business,
especially with this city, on account
of the blocking up of the river road
from Westminster to Delta, since the
V. V. & E. have taken it over for a
right-of-way, without providing the
promised new road to the south. It
Is necessary now, If obstructions are
to he prevented to take the old roundabout road to the south of the Lorne
estate, and thence to this city.    The
Did You Ever
TRY OUR
Mosquito Powder?
Small quantity burned will
drive away the pests.
Our Mosquito Oil
rubbed over exposed parts
keep them off
Try Our Cattle Wash
$1.00 gallon.   It will keep
flies and mosquitoes off
the cattle.
CURTIS
Drugs, Spectacles and Seeds
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
no   matter what
you need in CARPETS
or FURNITURE, you
will find it here.
We offer you satisfaction in prices as well as
in quality.
Take a look at our $16
Sideboards, regular $20.
We make Awmings.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEES BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite Lome Street.      Phone 73.
���
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
of the Optical Department.
extra distance and consequent delay
and expense is very detrimental to the
interests of the producers using this
city for their market.
A challenge has been Issued bj the
single men against the married players at the local bowling alley, ami a
match wlll be arranged shortly.
A mild cigar, but strong on quality.
the "Auto." **
Mrs. E. Parkin left yesterday for
Kngland, sailing on the Lake Erie,
which leaves for Liverpool on Saturday.
Vnother street meeting of the Anti-
Opium league was held In Chinatown
yesterday evening, but the interest in
the movement was not so demonstrative as at recent gatherings.
Miss Maggie McNeill, a school
teacher of Dawson, is spending a few-
weeks In the city visiting her sister,
Mrs 11. a. Shiles, who returned trom
Boundary bay on Saturday to meet
her guest. This Is the tirst time in.
six years that Miss McNeill comes
south.
Ahx McRae, one of the owners of
the Fraser River lumber mills, returned to this city yesterday after
spending sum,' time in Winnipeg and
Chicago. Mt. McRae will remain several weeks in Westminster, during
which time he will familiarize himself with the improvements which
have been made In the plant of the
big mill  since his last,  visit.
The products of ttie fruit land- of
the Okanagan valley occupied a prominent place in the prize list at the recent Dominion fair at Calgary. Kel-
owna is the centre of the Okanagan
fruit district. Irrigated lands there
sell at $150 per acre on payments
spread over three years, tf you want
to Investigate the opportunities here
see White. Shiles ,!_ Co., 260 Columbia
street, New Westminster, respecting
their free trip proposition on July
28th. ������
More may be heard of the telephone
pole question at tonight's meeting of
the city council as the report favorable to adoption of the Telephone
company's proposal to carry their
poles along Agnes street, and down
Dufferin street, was deferred by the
council for further information. A
report is expected with  reference   to
the accommodation of several
industries on Lulu island.
small
The local bowling team lost by a>
narrow margin on Saturday to Vancouver. The team scored 2125, and
it was only seventeen pins behind its
rival. The five who represented the
Royal City were YV. Burnett, J. A.
Clarke, A. E. Hale, .1. .1. Jackson and
E. Rushton. Next Saturday Vancouver
and Victoria are expected to send
over teams.
GIRL THROWN  INTO
LAKE TO SAVE  HER
Chicago, July 26.���To save a little
girl from burning to death, W. C.
Buyers, late tonight threw her into
tiie lake ,and then leaped after her
and rescued her from drowning. The
child. Helen Gordon, ten years old,
was carrying a can of kerosene when
it exploded, setting flre to her clothing.
Puyers heard her screams and,
carrying her to the lake, threw her in.
thus extinguishing the flames.
HAVE FORTY TONS OF
FREE SCHOOL BOOKS
Victoria, July 2t>.���The education
department has now on hand forty-
ions of books, etc., for distribution under the free school book system. Requisition are being considered from
trustees and teachers as they arrive.
Care is taken that no waste of materials or books shall take place. Already ti lot has gone out.
Funeral of John Walsh.
The funeral of John Walsh, (he city
employee who .was drowned al the
Lulu island bridge on July 13, took
place on Saturday to the Catholic
cemetery, Rev. Father O'Boyle officiating. A requiem mass was sung in lhe
morning at St. fetor's church. The
pallbearers were till fellow employees
of the board of works, J. Hood. C.
Cameron. Walter Bailey, A. Archibald,
L. Reed and Angus Campbell. Mayor
Keary. Aid. Henley, chairman of the
board of works, and the superintendent. T. Furness. together with other
employees of the department, attended
the ceremony. Among the (lowers
was a wreath from the board of works
employees.
MONEY TALKS AGAIN
The following letter speaks for
itself and is another evidence o*
the quick manner in which our
companies settle their claims.
A. W. McLeod, Esq.,
Agent  Dominion   Fire   Insurance
Co., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���We beg to express our
great appreciation and satisfaction
for the very prompt manner in
which you have settled our loss by
fire on Monday, for although our
claim forms were only completed
Tuesday we have today received
your company's check in full payment, just two days after our claim
was made out, and only three days
after the fire. Wishing you and
the Dominion every success,
We are, sincerely,
FEENEY & HENRY.
We can give you a lower rate too
than other offices if you have a
good risk. Let us cuote you our
figures.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTR0N6 BLOCK.
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GOUDEMJ'^ SHEEP.
ll Mnl<'lieil Ilia Dote ninl Satiafted Um
Tnx Collector.
Emiie Gondeau, a celebrated cbara<
ter of Paris, was me of the most con
8r*��icd bohemians that ever lived.
There is a story of hlin and a cer
tain black spaniel which follo-r.-ed hii_
with the fiiithfuluess with which tbi
historic little lamb attached Itself n>
the historic little Mary. Goudeau and
tlie dog, in fact, were never separated
It dewned upon the tax gatherer of
tha   neighborhood   that   Goudeau   hoc1
not  paid   bis  dues   for   tho   "infe*
brother.*'
He approached him, therefore, iu �����
friendly a spirit as possible, being. ...
deed, an old acquaintance, and sum.
"M. Goudeau, I musl ash you to pay
your tax for the spaniel."
The bohemian was Immensely si/
prised, or affected to be. "But don't
you know, my dear sir," ho said iu a
tone of remonstrance, "this IS a sheep
dpg. useful to me iu v.,y work and consequently exempt from the tax'.-"
"But vou are no shepherd." returned
the tax gatherer; "you are a poet."
"No shepherd!" replied Goudea*a
"Every poet is a shepherd, ll.p-e y -
not beard of Virgil and Theocrtrus"-
Tl'.e pod would have recited twenty
other names If the tax gatherer, alarmed :t,t such a display of learning, bad
nol  stopped  him,   "But   tit  loast you
have  no  sheep.''  he said.
"No. 1 admit that," said Goudeau
"It is because I am too poor. But 1
will rectify thnt,"
And he i\i\. Next day he wns oh
serve 1 promenading thi- streets of
Montmartre with tho same old black
spa nie!, but with a newcomer iu th*
Shape of n real, live, woolly sheep
London Sketch.
t*>ii_o:M  l.y  the T't-Tiny tvoriia,
it may n >t be generally known tb
n pennyworth of  Qrl*Jsh consols ca
be  purchased.   Consols   are   nol   '.
shares, which are Invariably of a ���
taiu denomination- El. io. ��10, aud si
on���but can  be divided  up  I i ..:*   -
tent.     It   consequently   happens   thr
very small amounts of ibis lordly ��� t-..���
are bought to make up round sums, '
no one can b ��� -.>-. Istered at  the Ba  .
of England us a holder unless ho tt   ���
acquired enough to bring hlin in tour
pet.ee  a   year   lu   dividends,   arid   less
than   ��1   will   purchase   a   suffl li
amounl    for    that    purposi.- Load ���
Saturday Review.
��iu.y.   ..rrr^'iai.
"No nuittor what we do, there Is on*
'������-    of  people  who will  always  1*
tafl.t    us."
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westmins��er.
SOCIETIES.
I   0. 0. F.���AMITY LODtsE, NO. 27	
The regular meetings of this lodge
_.re held in Oddfellows' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
*,. 0. U. W.��� FRASER LODGE No. 3
-Meetings the first and third Tues-
Jay in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. TJ. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block,  Clarkson street
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_OURT CRUNETTE. No. 4099,  l.O.F.
I     ���Meets the Fourth   Friday  in  the
mouth   al   .   o'clock,   in   the   small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave Xew Westminster 7:15, 9:35,
17:25 and 13:35.
Arrive tit    \ew  Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40,
Overland    express    arrives    12:45
15:15.
i     GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m
Lv. X. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
1 p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G.  N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave Xew Westminster 3:50 p.m,
arrive Gulchon 6 pro-
Leave Guichon 6 a. m-, arrive Xew
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave Xev,   Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
/:~. '.  T.J" and      ;: m.,   tn I  every half
er til] ll  p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 aud half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
^OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8S08. ;
A. O. F.���The regular meetings oi !
this Lodge atue held on the Second I
and Fourth Tjesda>s of each month
ut S p. ru. in the Oddfellows'  I la.1.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Aerie Xo. 20���Meets every Tuesdaj
evening at S p. m., in the Eagles
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
\V.   Pres.;   II.  Schoii.'.d, Secretary.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
PERANCE meet   every Wednesdaj i
at S o'clock p. ni., iu Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
BONai OF SCOTLAND  BENEFIT  At.  !
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLE'*
CAMP, 1-91.���Meets on the First ant
Third  Tuesday   of  every   month   lv,
K. of I', hall.   Chief W. Sui hi riaud
I.  O.   0. F.��� Royal   City   Looq-:.   No.  3 !
���Meets   In   Oddfellows'   Hall,   Col-1
umbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 O'clock.    Visiting brethren  will
be made welcome,   J. S. La vren
X. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, record-
ing secretary.
80SE  OF  COLUMBIA    LODGli    No
115,  SONS   OK   ENGLAND,   B.   G.~
Ited Hose Degree meets Second au
Fourth W'edn- - lay of ��� ach d
In  K. of  P.  Hall, ''��� h   tl .. a
_ p. m., White Etose I' gree, Fout
Wednesday    In   .-. i h niom I .
time aud  plai
"Who :?r�� they?"
"Poslerity."���Baltimi
ire Am ������
Although the world is full of suffering, it is full of the overcoming of it ���
Keller.
Wo N. Draper
B.   C.   Larsd
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster, B C
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOClETIa.'.
include the  L'i on  Lodg ���   _.
F. and A. M.; n Lod
Xo. 17, A.  F.   ind  A.  tf.;  1    O. J
X i. 1150;  L. O. !...      ���.  1593;  C
Sapperton, N'o.  1683, I. O. F :  C. O
I-'.,    Com--.  VA ister,    No.
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest   \..
ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY NEWS,
It   "ou   WANT   HELP.'       ���
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Must Be Reduced
j Everything going at ridiculously j
i low prices.    Bargains never be-
| fore heard of in the city. j
COMMENCING
WEDNESDAY
Uutil room has been made for j
our fall goods.
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A. J. BIRTCH
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COSTS MONEY
as
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by citv merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
aper
}[, y       ��� past, presi nt and pros-
:tive, in all parts of the city and district.
Th ��� i pe pie r< id the advi ��� n< nts, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
go- . n      u    ha   for sale.
TELL the stor; to the
public  -   'ly in the morning,  through
the mt       -. of                           - ." ing
news]
&
\/V e  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.
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
The olher fellow wants whal you have or lias what yon want
Xo   get   in   touch    with   him
use space in The Daily News
This   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association of Chatham ie a levelheaded
organization.   At   a   recent meel
inK newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the general opinion
ol tUp members -was that newspaper advertising was the best, ami
program and other advertising of
that class was almost useless.
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|0NDAY, JULY 27, 1908.
THE DAILY KEW.
PAGE SEVEN.
1 bentures
shall be applied as follows j to cause-
be mad"
^6 Debenture By-LaW, jand not otherwise, towards paying the
ions !cost of the passins!ot tliis By'I**aw
l*7VO .and the i3SU(! and gala of the deben-
��� -i tures therein referred to and  all ex-
I By-Law to enable the Council of the j �����ses in connection with the laid
Corporation of the City of New loan; recouping the treasury of he
Westminster to raise by a loan the said City such sums as have been this
sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred year expended until the proceeds of
(,6 500.00) Dollars for the erection  the sale of the said debentures have
���
not
and  equipment  of a   Fire  Hall  at
Queen's   Park  and    for    improvements and equipment for the Fire
Hall at Sapperton.
(WHEREAS, it ls proposed to erect
equip a Flre Hall at Queen's Park
the said City and to Improve and
[ther equip the Fire Hall at Sapper-
in the said City, entailing the ex-
Lditure of $6,500.00.
IND WHEREAS, it appears that if
said sum of $6,500.00    be approved from the general revenue of
City for the current year the rate
luxation will be excessive, and it
expedient that such excessive tax-
on should be avoided, and the said
should be raised on the credit of
Corporation, and that debentures
!uM be Issued for that amount.
ND  WHEREAS,   for the   payment
interest on the  debentures    proud to be issued under this By-l_aw,
for creating a sinking fund for the
Iment of the said debentures when
it will be necessary to raise by
plal rate, in addition to all other
ts, each year during the currency
Ithe said debentures,    the  sum of \
become available and towards the
cost of the erection and equipment of
a Fire Hall at Queen's Park and improvements and equipment for Fire
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.
(7) Thl3 By-Law shall take effect
on the 1st day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Fire Debenture
By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the    final
I passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        NOTICE.
amount. Take notice that the above ls a true
AND, WHEREAS, for the payment  copy of the proposed   By-Law which
of  interest  on  the  debentures    pro-   will be taken iuto    consideration by
equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain aud Ireland at a value of -.800
on the
day of
City Clerk.
1908.
Mayor.
[ee hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
82.63)   Dollars;
IND  WHEREAS
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken Into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
N'ew Westminster one month from
the lirst publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
number of debentures to |debentures should  be issued for that
exceeding in the whole
the sum of Six Thousand   ($6,000.00)
Dollars :      .mh sums of    money as 	
may he  required, not less than One ' posed to be issued under this By-Law,  the .Municipal Council of the City of
hundred t$100.00) Dollars each, or an  and for creating a sinking fund for the New Westminster   one   month   from
payment of the said debentures when   the    first    publication in  the  "Daily
due, it  will be necessary to raise by   News"  newspaper,  which first  pu-bli-
special rate, in addition  to all other  ration took place on the 25th day of
to the pound sterling;    and all such -rates, each year during the currency  June,  1908, and  that a vote    of    the
of the said debentures, the sum of electors of the City will be taken on
Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13- ' the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
100 ($1913.13)  Dollars; , day of July, 190S, between the hours
A.N'D, WHEREAS, in order to raise of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun- ithe following places, namely: The
dred, thirteen and 13-100 ($1913.13) | Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Dollars an equal special rate on the i Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
dollar will be required to be levied on ; Station, Tenth street.
debenture, shall be sealed with the
Seal of the Corporation, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or by such other person or persons as may be thereunto
lawfully authorized.
(3) The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Coun-
the whole  rateable property of   the
cil of the said Corporation may from!City of New Westminster;
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
time to time appoint with the approval of the holders thereof, and shall
have attached to them coupons for
the payment of the Interest at the rate
of five per centum per annum on the
amount thereof, which Interest shall
be payable half-yearly on the first day
of January and the first day of July
AND, WHEREAS, the whole rateable property of the said City, according to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Four millions, one hundred
and fifty thousand, eight hundred and
eighty   ($4,150,880)  Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt, of the
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columb's Coast L'r.s
Service.
day of July, 1908, between the hours
. I of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
in order to raise i
said yearly sum of Three Hund-
Eighty-two  aud G.-100   ($382.63)
| the  following    places,  namely:    The
i Council Chamber, Civic Building;  the
flats, an equal special rate on the
ir will be required to be levied on
whole  rateable   property    of  the
.f N'ew Westminster.
IN IJ  WHEREAS,   the   whole   rate- \
property   of    the said   City,   ac-
(ing  to  the  las:   revised    assess- j
t roll thereof, is Four million, one
lred    and     flfty   thousand,   eight
Ired   ami   eighty    ($-1,150,8.0.00) I
Fire Hall,  Sapperton;   and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall. June 25, 1908.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
A By-law to enable the Council of the
rilt'
Corporation   of   the   City   of    New
Westminster  to   raise   by loan the
sum   of   Six   Thousand    ($6,000.00)
Dollars     for   extension   to   Market
Building.
undred and  twenty-five  thous- '    WHEREAS, certain sums ot money
Ive  hundred   ($125,500.00)   Dol-  have this year been expended out of
roposed to be raised under the the general revenue of the City   [or
.works     Debenture      By-Law, the construction of an extension    to
the  "Street  Improvement   De-|the Market Building, and It Is expedl-
By-Law,  1908,"   the  "Markel tent that certain additional sums    be
Bj Law,   1908,"    and    t..< iexpended in like manner,   amounting
-   Schools   Debenture   By-Law,'in all, with the sums already so ex-
,D WHEREAS, the total amount
��� existing debenture debt of the
City is oue million, eighty-seven
���^fca-.id. one  hundred   i$1.087,100.00)
DOllai er-.'.,. -;im    Of
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if which none of the principal
in st is in arrears.
THEREFORE, the Municipal
tended, to the sum of Six Thousand
($6,000.00)   Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS it appears that if
the Corporation of the City j the    Bald    sum    of    Six    Thousand
Westminster    enacts as  foi-. ($6,000.00)    Dollars   be   appropriated
I from the general revenue of the City
|) li shall be lawful for the May ir  for the current year the rate of taxa-
i City to raise by way of Ition will be excessive, and it is   ex-
from any person or persons,bodj   pedlent  that  such excessive taxation
���Mies corporate, who may be wlll-
i idvance the same on tli" credit
i  debentures    hereinafter  men-
I ei. any sum or sums of money,
exi i 'ding in the whole the sum of
OO.uO, and to cause the same to be
into  the  Treasury of    the said
tor    tbe    purposes    mentioned
i.
I) It shall be lawful tor the Mayor
'���..use any number of debentures to
|iu ide, not exceeding in the whole
sum of $6,500.00 for such soms of
'j* as may be required, not less
$luo each or an equivalent ex-
|ssed in pounds sterling of the Uni-
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-
Id, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
Fling; and all such debentures shall
laled with the seal of the Corpo-
�����'**, signed by the .Mayor and coun-
Bigned   by   the   Treasurer   thereof,
Iby such other person or persons as
.v be thereunto lawfully authorized.
;i The said debentures shall be
ible on the first day of July, 1968,
Buch place Or places as the Conn-
ef the said Corporation may from
to time appoint, with the appro-
if the holders thereof, and shall
attached to them coupons for the
ent of Interest, at the rate of five
entttm per annum on the amount
i eof, which Interest shall be pay-
1 half-yearly on the first day of
1; try and the first day of July in
li and every year, and the said
|"'pons shall be signed by tho said
yer.
1<ii A special rate on    the    dollar
all lie levied and raised in each year
addition to all other rates on all the
���t-Tvblc property of the City, suinci-
Should be avoided, and the said sum
hould be raised on the credit of the
Corporation, and that debeutures
Bhould be Issued tor that amount.
and, WHEREAS for :1k* paymenl
of interest on the debentures prooosed
to be Issued under this By-law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due, it will be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currencj
of the said debeutures, the sum of
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
20-100  ($353.20)  Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($353.20)
Dollars an equal special rate on the
dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New  Westminster.
A NIX WHEREAS the whole rateable property of the said City, according to the last revised assessment
roll thereof, is Four Million One Hundred and Fifty Thousand, eight hundred and eighty   (14,160,880) Dollar-.
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City'is One million, eighty-seven
tnousand, one hundred ($1,087,100)
dollars, Irrespective of the sum of One
hundred and twenty-six thousand
($126,000.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law. 1908," the "Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Public
jSchools Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
'the "Street improvement Debenture
[By-Law, 1908," of which none of the
principal or interest is In arrears
|N0W, THEREFORE, the Municipal
t to pay the Interest upon the de- j Council of the Corporation Ofthe City
"lures and to create a sinking fund of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
r the payment of the principal there- | (1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
when due, subject to any Act or en- |of the said Clty to raise by way ��f
Itrnent respecting the same.
I loan from any person or persons
body
|(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall jor bodies corporate, who may be will-
raised annually by special rate as ||ng to advance the same on the oredi
foresaid, during the currency of the jot the debentures hereinafter men-
Vd debentures the sum of Three j tioned, any sum or sums of money not
lundred and Twenty-five ($325.00)'exceeding in the whole the sum of
"liars for the payment of interest $6,000.00, and to cause tho same to be
|erepn, and  the sum of Fifty-seven   paid   into  the   Treasury   of  the said
in each and every year, and the said|sald City is One million, eighty-seven
thousand, one hundred ($1,087,100.00)
Dollars, irrespective of the sum of
Ninety-nine thousand, five hundred
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Street Improvement
Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908," the
"Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," aud
the "Public School?7 Debenture By-
Law, 1908," of which none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
NOW. THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the'Corporation of the City
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Citj* to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be wlll-
coutions sball be signed by the said
.Ma., or.
(4) A special rate on the dollar
shall 'be levied and raised in each
year, In addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable property of the City
sufficient to pay the Interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment  respecting the  same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of Three hundred ($300.00) dollars for the payment
of interest thereon, and the sum of
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($53.20) dollars to provide for the repayment of
the principal.
(0) The proceeds of the sale of the
said  debentures  shall be  applied  as
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
July 21, 27, August 3, 9, 15.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
dally except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
N'ew Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
88- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 2uth of each -month for Clayoquot,
follows and not otherwise, towards j Thirty-two thousand, five hundred
paying the cost of the passing of this ($32,500) Dollars, and to cause the
By-Law and the issue and sale of the I same to be paid into the Treasury of
debentures therein referred to; re-j the said City for the purposes men-
oo-ipln*. the treasury of the City such j tioned herein.
sums as have been .this year expended !     <���*���> lt shali bc lawful for the Ma-vor
on the works herein mentioned or may
be so expended until the proceeds of
ing to advance the same on the credit! MoS(lulto Harbor and way ports; 7th
of the debentures hereinafter men- \of each m0Qth for Quatsino and way
tioned, any sum or sums of money, 11101-1*5; 20t-11 ���� each month for Ahcuset,
not exceeding in the whole the sum of j Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
the sale of the said debentures have
become available, and in paying the
amount to become due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
8. 8. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  pm. dally,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
jto cause any number of debentures to I VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIMO-
be made, not exceeding in the whole COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five , S.S. City of Nanaimo.
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars,  for  such I     Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
sums of money as may be required, | rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
not less than Oue hundred  ($100.00) !     Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m-;
| Dollars each,   or   an    equivalent  ex- I arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
.7. This  By-Law  shall  take  effect I Passed in pounds sterling of the Uni-1 RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
on the first day of August, 1908, and)ted Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire- | ETC.
may  be cited as the "Market Deben-
land, at a value of 4.S66 to the pound : S. S. Queen City.
sterling; ahd all such debentures shall   From Victoria S p.m. every Wednes-
be sealed with the Seal of the Corpo- j day, from Vancouver    10   a.m. ever,-
ration, sigued by the Mayor and coun-   Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Van-
sent of the electors of the said City I tersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or   couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
iu the manner required by law. I by  such other person or  persons as \ Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
ture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This  By-Law,  before   the  final
passing thereof, shall receive the as-
Received the assent of the electors j may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
on the day of
Reconsidered and finally
open Council the
1908.
City Clerk.
.Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 190S, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27t'
day of July, 190S, between the hou
of nine o'clock a. m. and five p, m., at
the following places, namely; The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908,
Waterworks Debenture
By-Law, 1908
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation   of  the  City    of   New
Westminster to raise  by  loan the
sum   of  Thirty-two  thousand,  five
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars for the
construction    of   a    Reservoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, and it is
expedient that certain additional sums
be  expended  in  completing the construction of the  said  reservoir   and
connecting mains,    amounting in all,
with the sums  already  expended,  to
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars;
AND, WHEREAS, it appears that if
the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
flve hundred ($32,500) Dollars be appropriated from the general revenue
of the City for the current year the
rate ot taxation will be excessive, and
ft Is  expedient  that such    excessive
d 68-100 ($67.68) Dollars to provide city   'for   t'he 'purposes   mentioned j taxation should be avoided, and the
*T *he repayment of the principal.
j(6) The proceeds of the said do
herein.
; (2)
said sum should    be raised    on the
190S. ]     (3) The  said  debentures shall    be
passed in ' payable on the first day of July, 1958,
day of !al such place or places as the Council
'of the said Corporation may from time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at    the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
thereof, whicb interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first   day of
January and the first day of July, in
each  and every    year,  and  the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
.Major.
(4) A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised each year,
in addition to all other rates, on all
the rateable property of the City, sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
c:   enactment respecting the  same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
said debentures the sum of One thousand, six hundred and twenty-five
($1,625.00) Dollars, for the payment
of Interest thereon, and the sum of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13-
loo ($288.13) Dollars for the repayment of the  principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debeutures shall be applied as
follows, aud not otherwise, towards
liayiug the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
completion of the said reservoir and
connecting mains.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited a3 the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open Council the day of
1908.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th ot
every   month.
UP  RIVER
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday!
and Saturday.
LOWER  FRASER   RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Ste-amer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. .Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. .Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5  p.m.
For   reservations   and   lnrormatfon
.���all or address
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
.���st. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancoaver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victorl*
Canadian Pacific
S RAILWAY COMPANY
It shall be lawful for the Mayor |credit of the  Corporation,  and that |    _,,
City Clerk.    Mayor.
Double through Transcontinental
trains, with tourist, pullman and dining cars.   Quickest aud safest service.
Atlantic  express leaves at  17:25.
Imperial   limited   leaves   at   7:15.
Tickets on sale July 22 and 23. .August 6 and 7.    For particulars
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt,  Vanoouver.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 117
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the dty.
Light and Heavy Haulinj
OPPIC1���TRAM DEPOT.
WIFEY'S  SUCCESS.
���he Knew Just How to Jolly H.- Hubby Along.
"My deer," said the housewife a*
she filled her husband's cup a second
time from the coffee machine and
passed lt to him, "you can't possibly
wear that old suit again this spring."
"Why?" asked tbe man. "What's tli*
���after with lti"
"You ought to have a new one."
"Shacks!" Mid tbe man. "Al. tl
needs ls a little pressing and lt wlll
look well enough. Ifs a long waj
from being worn oat"
"Now, Isn't that last like you! Just
because H Isn't In rags you think yon
have to keep ea wearing lt. Jim, I
want yon to go to your tailor tomoe
row and pick ont a nice piece of goode
and have a suit made of lt It really
h a shame tbe way yon go about"
"Nobody's mistaken me for a tramp
so far. Stranger* seem te be decently
drll to me."
"Ob, you know I dont mean tbat I
know you look well. Teu'd look well
In overalls and ycAi would command
respect aa far as that goes. Nobody
would ever mistake you for a tramp,
even If you did dress like one."
"You won't ever lose anything by
tbat," said the man.
"I'm not joking. I want you to order tbat suit. And don't go to any
cheap tailor, either. Oo to a good one,
even If you do have to pay a little
more. It's worth lt. And get a gray
I love to see you ln gray. I think it
becomes you more than anything else.
Won't you go tomorrow and see about
It?"
"Why, no, my dear," said tbe man,
"I think I can get along very wel' with
the suit I've got."
"Yes, you can get along with It."
"Well, then, what make* you want
me to get a new one?"
"You'd look so much better tn a new
one. Mr. Benton was wearing a new
suit the other day, I noticed, and I
Just thought when I looked at hlm
what an Improvement tt mude tn his
appearance. He was looking simply
awful before. Of course, dress means
more to him than lt does to you with
bis figure am_ poor carriage, and then,
you know, be bas to try to Impress peo
pie. 8011"-
"I don't believe I need a new suit
Myrtle."
"But you do need It. I want my bus-
band to look his be .t always���his very
best, and clothes really do help. That's
why I always love to see you In even
lng dress. You look so distinguished.
You look distinguished anyway, deas-
est, but clothes really do help."
The man rubbed his chin. "Of course
tbey do," he admitted.
"Certainly they do. Now, don't be
obstinate, dear. I know perfectly well
what you are thinking of. You think I
seed new spring clothes and a new hat,
and you"*** willing to sacrifice yourself
Just to make your ugly wife beautiful.
I don't want you to think of me at all.
I want you to get yourself the things
you need so badly and not always be
denying yourself on my account."
"Do you need spring clothes? I
thought"���
"Jim, I tell you I don't want you to
think of me. Why, of course I need
clothes. I haven't a thing fit to wear.
But never mind that. I'll get along
somehow. I'm going to have toy poor,
abused husband have his clothes thla
time. Ill wait till business Improves."
"Well," said the man, "maybe the
business might stand It if you don''
strike me too hard. I don't know but
1 will get a new suit myself. How
much will fix you out?"
"You dear!" exclaimed the lady.
"Well. If you insist on it, I'll tell you.
But I want you to have your suit"���
Chicago News.
Couldn't Help Himself.
"Hlgson la going to marry the widow
Weeds."
"Indeed! I alwaya thought be had
an eye on her daughter."
"So be had, but the mother had an
aye on him."���Mail and Express.
A Remarkable Latter.
A young lady of Very extraordinary
capacity lately addressed the following
letter to her cwrttn:
"We ls all well, and Mother's got hi*
Terrlx, hiwther Tom ls got the IIup_a
KauA and alster Ann has got a babee,
and I hope these few lines will Und you
the same. Rite sune. Your npbectlo*.
ate Kuzsen."���Judge's Library.
Animals That Roam.
"Now, Johnnie," aaked his teacher,
"wben you go to tbe country in summer what animals do you see roving
al. ut?"
"Boardef_V waj the prom 4 reply.-
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THE DAILY tfEWS.
MONDAY. JULy
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Laaa
ers
VAGRANTS REFUSE      |
TO WORK AS SCABS
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insifl on having WINDSOR
SALT. ins w
Strike Loiter Around Sa- **************************
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Men Imported to Break Mill
Strike Loiter Aroui
loons at Bellingham
These  Are Built
Especially    for
Picking
Fruit
���
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its   ���
Are tapering at the
end to allow easy
handling in the
branches and will
extend to suit.
!
Bt llingham, July 26���That the effort
(.1 the Puget Sound Mills & Timber
company to break the strike at
plant by labor imported from Seattle
and Tacoma is resulting in its being
deceived and in the city being filled
with vagrants is the statement made j *k
by the police. They say that of the : ���
many men sent daily to work at the I *
mill, nine out of ten, after having had ��
their fare paid to the city on the un-lx
di rstanding that they go to work on ���
their arrival, calmly turn their backs',*
on tbe mill when they step off the *
boat and begin begging and hanging!?
about the saloons. !���
The officers estimate that there!
are now fully 100 vagrants in the city (
who have been broughl in by this;
means.
j Preserving j
\ Apricots
AND
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ANDERSON I
& LUSBY
SATURDAY SUNSET HAS
BEAUTIFUL PIPE DREAM
Peaches
ARE HERE
Order Them Now
Peaches per box.. $1.25 X
Apricots per box.. $1.15 %
Columbia   St.,     New   Weatminater,  B.  C.
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What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
The Saturday Sunset, of Vancouver,
is deeply  concerned over the alleged
recklessness with which  Westminster
sports are backing their lacrosse team
to return to the coast with the Minto I
cup.    The  advice    it  gives    is    well
worth perusing.   Here it is, and please
keep a straight    face���if    you    can:l��
"While    everything    therefore    looks
bright  for   the challengers  to  repeat j
their  success on    Tuesday    next    it,
might not be amiss to suggest    that
some of the more jubilant westerners
bottle a little of their enthusiasm with
a small pinch of salt.    New Westmin-
ster is mad over the cup series   and j
quite a lot of money will undoubtedly
change hands on the result.   Vancou-
C.A.VTO
I THE PEOPLE'S GROCER j
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HOW MANY MORE WEEKS UNTIL
SUMMER ENDS?
5IX ACCORDING TO THE CALENDAR. Eight
or ten according to the weather prophets, hither
way there is plenty of time to wear our summer
apparel. There's plenty of fashionable merchandise here which you'll want. \\
must leave the shelves'and counters pretty quick. Invoices for goods from
across the sea are in. The goods are on the way and want displaying place as
soon as they're here.   That's why we reduce the prices on summer Goods,
Parasols and Sunshades
It's not a question of what they're worth, but what will sell them.   Tbey (
have got to go and quick.   Note the prices and see if we are honest about
it.
Sunshades up to $3.00 for      1'95
Sunshades up to $1.75 for   **1*25
Children's reduced  to 25c each.
CANNERYMEN  DECIDE  ON
FIXED RATE FOR  SALMON
Bellingham, July 26.���Trouble which
has been brewing between the can-
nerymen and the purse seiners at the
salmon banks since the season open*,
ver too is backing the western team ed. came to a climax this afternoon
freely, but possibly not to the same ; when several of the most prominent
extent as .New Westminster, where; cannerymen of Puget, sound held a
even to the houses In which they secret meeting in South Bellingham.
live are being wagered.    Every west-      Tlie purse seiners have been selling
ernei would like to see the mug come
west, but there has been many a slip
their salmon to the highest bidder at
the  banks,  and  as the   salmon pack
.
between   the  cup  and   the    lip    and   will  be small  this year, the packing
somehow or other we don't altogether! companies    have   been    doing   some
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
fancy the idea of seeing some of our
western land passing into the hands
of eastern fortune hunters, who know
about as much about the coast as a
Hindu knows about a ball game." The
idea of lulling a lions,' against three
improved lots in tli<- westend suggests a new departure in sport circles
thai opens a wide held for .speculation. It i.s a sure enough way of
transferring real estate, and thanks
are due the Sunset for discovering
the scheme.
spirited bidding to get the fish. Today the packers decided on a fixed
price of thirty cents.
POLLING ON BY-LAWS
TAKES PLACE TODAY
I TBAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J. iKAVEIXaJ VALUATOR . . .
All  business  in this line  guaranteed-
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every Friday morning
on the Market square.
ROOSEVELT AND HUGHES
TO WELCOME WINNERS
New York, July 2G. ��� President
Roosevelt and Governor Charles K.
Hughes, of New York, will welcome
the seventy odd American atnletes
who vanquished the world at London
if Acting Mayor McGowan has his
way.
Approached b) a deputation of athletic enthusiasts today, McGowan entered heartily 'into the plan. It is
purposed to charter a steamboat to
meet the returning athletes down the
bay, escort them to the city and glvi.-1
tftem a banquet, i
it i.  generally expected that Presi- j
dent Roosevelt   will help welcome the
homecoming boj s.
Polling takes place at the three stations, city hall, Sapperton fire hall and
the light station. Tenth street, in
connection with the five debenture bylaws to be voted upon today. They
are waterworks, $32,500; fire prevention, $6500; streets, $50,000; market,
$0000, iand public schools, $37,000.
Polling hours are from nine to five.
The deputy returning officers are
Capt. Peele, C. W. Gillanders and W.
Burr. The city council looks for a
large poll.
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PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC.,
ETC.
AT
Fire Insurance
We write flre insurance in the following offices:
Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto.
The London Assurance Co.
The Manitoba Fire Insurance Co.
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Moreys
Columbia Street
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WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Mail and Passenger Service Per
��*J.C. Bruce"
Leaves Brackman & Ker's wharf
New Westminster, at '���'��� p.m. dally
except Saturdays, for Sunbury,
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Guichon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
intermediate -joints, carrying passengers   and   light   freight.
Returning leaves Steveston at 6
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. daily
except Saturdays,
Saturdays leave Steveston at 6
a.m. and 4 p.m. for up river points.
Saturdays leave .New Westminster
at   2   p.m.
Tickets,  rates, etc., at
WHITE,   SHILES   &   CO.,
S60 Columbia street, or on board,
J.  C.   BRUCE
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Won't  you need some Curtains?   Wouldn't the parlor or diuing room  look  more   cheerfu ...,,
pair of Lace Curtains were draped on the window?    Many an opportunity  comes to  buy  an  odd '|
Curtains cheap.    THIS IS SUCH  A  ONE  NOW.
tete^S_if*
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Lace Curtains
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That Were
$3.50 for
$3.00 for 	
$2.00 for  	
$1.50  for
The Corset Counter
is doubly interesting jus!   now.   There's no reason why we should no'
sell you Corsets as well as undergarments during these hoi days.    \
clipped here and there means money in  the purse of many a    hopper who
finds that the particular Corset is just the one she wants.
One lot odd lines of Ladies' Corsets   comprising   makes   we   an   not
going to  stock  in  future;   value-:  up to $2.00 each  for   95c.
Bathing Suits
How many times will you go in bathing   this  Bummer?      How   m��B|
times will you have to borrow a lathing suit?   We have Ladles' and cM'
ren's   Bathing Suits, made of cotton and wool, at prices like these:
Children's,   $1.00   to     .^I
Ladles' $1.50 to   MI
SILK GLOVES
Here's our  whole stock of Ladies' lxmg Silk Gloves, in grey, navy and brown, put out on the counts
Every   Lust   pair  ought   to   bid us good-bye in a day or two at  this   price     While tbey last, per pair, ���*!
Special   purchase  of   Ladies' White Blouses, with hand embroidered fronts, worth in the regular "tfi
$3.50.   Our special price  $2.?5 e..*|
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
We have too many garments in this Underwear section of ours     W<> have  to  confess   that,    'l[K
are going to make them  more lively.
Ladies'  ...ghl   downs,   regular  price  $".00, for   $1.75
Ladies' Night  downs, regular juice  $2.00,   for    $1.50
White Underskirts, regular price $1.25, for   75c.
White Underskirts, regular price $2.00, for    $1.50
Ladies'  Knitted Vests, Swiss make, fine ribb, white only, reg. 65<-, for 45
Regular  85c,  for       55c
Pink only, regular 50c, for  25c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
We Close at S:30

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