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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
VOLUME 4. NTMBER 167.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NEW
V.tvTMIN-TKR. li. (.*.,  WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
iii PROPOSAL
(CEPTED BY
:FRASEII BRIDGE WRECK      m gjgf jjjg    |o55_TM BUSH
!     W.U.JUNVESTIOAIED      mmmm
aeronautic Display Chief Attraction at Fair-Fisheries
and Lumber Building.
..,,    ioard  uf control  of   the  Royal
.grl( .    nd    Industrial Society
��� iaj  to accept "he offer
I! j   ,    ,,1,,     the aeronaut, to give
Ma;
It'eli
'bicli
Thirty-five   Witnesses   Summoned   for
Coroner's   Inquest���Thorough
Inquiry  Will   bi   Made
hid
t the uexi provincial exni-
in bis hli"  aiisnip  "A.   Y. P. ',
e has been exhuming ui the
,.,.,   ex|,i ition,      Mi.    Mars and
l J,  ri.   M   Eley,  attended
ting .rn. fully  explained  the
���roposais v the board.     They prom-
red j,,,.   mr ins daily, and Ii weath-
(vll., . i,   unfavorable, to be
"      aCC  .   i: .:    ;,.    tie    actual    'light--
���lii,. terms  with the society
(ill i)_ publl ii' il later, An aerodrome
Ul be ! . !"��� I wiih au admission
barge, ni; i the proceeds of this win
divided equally between the so
lety aud 'lie performers.
Permanent Fisheries Exhibit.
jmpretentatlves ��f the lumber in-
pu, attended, and promised as-
itance to the Dominion fisheries ex-
Ut   which H  Is pro|Kised  tbey shall
!��us_. Tli.: manager will forward
Lit of Uie Inside of tbe building to
e department at Ottawa ln order to
il|i iliem n 'lie selection of the ex-
bit. It is the Intention k> make
display in an octogonal building j
Instructed of li. C. timber. i
Thirty-llv- witnesses bave been
summoned for the resumed Inqui st on
Oeorge A. ziedwied, which continue
today. Thorough Investigation ���
be made iiuo the causes o| the accl
dent at the Fraser river brld
June 11'. wben tho C. N. R, liH.iin i
tlve with th,- engine crew fell Into the
river.
With ih.- representatives ol
Ions   bodies, (;.   N.   It.   Cop pan     cit
and government uml so many wiiu
es, the accommodation al   th    police
court will be taxed to Hie utmost. Ur.
Rothweh !_ coroner, and IJ. I.. Webber foreman of tlie jury.
Council Proposes to Expend
Fifty Thousand Dollars on
Comprehensive Scheme.
EMUS IlliliJili PLAGE      BEST WOMEN
HORSE STARVES
Found Accidentally Yesterday By Children Playing
on West Side.
FOR ThU.NT ryilNOSTER
REFUSE 10 VOTE
Use  Flap of Ves<ibule Car to Conc;al
Themselves in Crossing Boun.
dary���Will  Be Sent Home.
QUEBEC BRIUGE TENDERS
TO BE EET IN FALL I
Necessity   of   Securing   Expert   Advice
Delays  Matters���Work  to  SUrt
in   Spring.
Miscellaneous  Matters.
i committee reporting on a horse
low building Was given further tim.-,
th-  mattei   of   an   invitation   to
[ni. promlnem personage to open the
hibttton wag laid over.
I1  waa   decided    to    overhaul   the
i k buildings at the park and white
^sh them throughout
rh_ Burnaby   council   have voted
| Ottawa, July 20.���The governmenl
lis not expecting to receive much be-
.fore  September  ',    _e  report  ol   the
Quebec Bridge commission and the
I outside engineers called in consulta-
Ition with it.    It is furthermore stand
that building wlll not be begun before
.spring, though the contract, it is
;hop,-d, will be let late this fall.    The
Tin ami unta to le.- asked for bylaws
���'������ ; d lallj passe I yesterday at a
Bpecial meeting ul the council in
co    euqi no   -in- sum ul  (234,0 10 Will
��� ii * 'I .v iin- city share of tbe
ivati i .^ irks, and . lni.n ��������� for streel
nn;.i'.i. in. nis, Including $54,000 lor
' i.i   stre.-t   ].living   and   lighting,
anil   Hi,    1ml,un.'   I'm   stre.:.    ,, |   over
ii.. < ii.*. in accordam o with a lis. prepared b) Supt. oi Works Furness,
which, however, has been much re-
d ������ ed "ii . xamlnatlon,
It is not th.   Intention of the council  if  the bylaw  passes  to spend  all
the money al once or even this year
I.u;   io   disburse   It   as   circumstances
require.      Mam    streets    like Agnes
mil  Roya] and  Queen's  avenues  will
pro ably  receive attention first.
Streets���Front,     $600;      Columbia,
illander's  hill,  $1500;   Agnes, $-000;
iDufferin,  $300;   McKenzie and  Lome,
$|i��i each; First, $500; Second. $24iju;
Third. $0oo;  Fourth, $1100 (Royal to
Third    avenues);     $.5').     (Third   to
Eighth   avenues;     Fifth,   $3500;   Seventh.  $1400;   Eighth,  $22110;   Nanaimo
$1000;     Twelfth,    $1600;     Thirteenth,
$1300;   Fourteenth, $1200;     Hamilton,
;$7."."    Dublin,  $"'H0;   Edinburgh stret,
$500;   London, $'!0o;   Tenth, $750;  Al-
' I,erta,    $300;     Coburg,    $400;    Leith,
$300:   Hospital,  $1000.
Avenues���Royal $H000; Queen's,
$2600; Fifth. $1700; Fourth, $m00;
Sixth $2500; Seventh, $ir,00; Eighth,
$1500; Third, $1400; Tenth, $500;
generally, $4600.      Total, $50,000.
Ci and appointed   a committee   to |undertaking  is so  gigantic  that
with the board  of control in  ihe
^nilliif. ol tlie sum of money.     The
quiit-m council have voted $25 lo-
Ird the expeneei of the exhibition.
Thotse present    wer.    Pres.  Trapp,
|D.  Brymner.  W.   B.  Gilley,  C.   A.
lish. L  A,  Lewis,   Nels   Nelson,   J.
���Kennedy and tbe manager, W. H-
        very
I careful study is required ;md the fact
I that   several   have   lo     be     consulted
i tends to delay matters.    Once the reporl   is  received and the   suggestions
as  to  plans  are ratified  tenders *vill
be called for tout on account of th.. sizj
lof the job ample time  will he given
(contractors to very fully examine 'he
| details of Uie plan to be carried out.
[ac/ies Join in Fight
For Unadulterated Whiskey
Washington, July 20���By reason of    -  subscribe to the sentiment that all
briefs from the lawyers and  let-   whisky is good.
The crusade of the women was
started by Mrs. Beulah Amidon, chair-
man of the food lanlution commit-
tee of the general federation of women's clubs of the United Stales. She
sent circulars to every woman's club
��� in the country .sking that tne mem-
quality in wet goods" are whalers write the President. lf there Is
women who are writing the Preal-1 any truth    In rumor, most of   them
from women whose attention has
fcn directed to the light over "What
IWhlsky?" President Taft is forced
| remember th,- subject even when
Bailing   wiih    the    uirltt.      Purity
CLASSES REVIVALS
WITH HYPNOTISM
want. Th. y do not set th-in-
i up as a rule as consumers of
ommodlty nor are they prepared
done   so.      Today   is   the  time
set     by  the    President  for  the
have
limit     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
whisky men i" file 'heir briefs in the
case
pST IN MOUNTAINS
FOR  NEARLY  A  WEEK
Plensbu _   July _vi.���After wander-
for tiv days in the Cascade moun.
of the time without food
shelter,   County    Ai'.orney  E.  K.
wn, of Kittitas, found bis way to
camp ol mountaineers near Summit.
.'  miles north of Ellens.mrg, today.
''    weak and exhausted from
'uu  win recover.     He left
Kmaburi   i i������,v ,��� meet a 1)al.,v ol
��� *'ho    w re    hunting    in  me
���  ""I uiU-ed thorn
FIRST BRICK SHIPMENT.
Pitt Lake Company's Product Reaches
I City   Yesterday.
The first shipment of brick for gen-
Qllley   Bros.
Chicago Professor Says That
They Are Unnatural and
Morbid.
Chicago, July 20.���Religious "revivals" were class��d with hypnotic
seances and scored for their unnatural and "weird" results yesterday by
Prof. Edward Scrl_,ner Ames of the
University of Chicago, in a lecture on
"The Development of the Personal
Religious Experience" at tbe university. Prof. Ames declared that revival converts were likely to be undesirable additions to the church.
"In no respect is there greater
agreement among psychologists of re��
ligion than ihat the methods of the
revivals are essentially methods of
hypnotism,' Said the speaker. "The
fixing of attention, the manipulation
of the subjects through a Series of
suggestions, the final mandatory exhortation to surrender and to Indicate
It by a simple response���all these aro
the well known methods of hypnotism."
Playing In the bush on the west
Ki li yesti rday, son)..- children came
quit,, accidentally upon a dead horse,
harnessed to a rig, and caught in the
thicket The rig was attached to the
horse by new harness, and it was evident iiini i!i" miserable annual had
il..--ii there for some weeks, The
leaves and herbage around within
reach of the horses month bad all
been nibbled off, and it was plain that,
unable to move on accouni of the
brush which had caught and held the
rig, It had starved to death,
The horse and rig were the property of Charles Peterson, who on July
1 n-port.-d to the police here that,
whll driving hom��� to the city he had
been attacked and knocked senseless. According to bis story, he lay
unconscious on the roadside for some
time, and on regaining consciousness
found that his horse and rig had dis-
apireared.
Thought It Was Stolen.
Search failed _ reveal any trace
of it, and he came to the conclusion
that  It had  been stolen.
From the position in which the
dead horse and the rig were found
yesterday it is evident that the ani-
mal had wandered off by Itself, probably having been turned loose by Mr.
Peterson's assailants, and that having
been caught in the bush it had been
unable to extricate itself and had died
there.
Two    fourteen-year-old    boys, from
Seatil,,. and Port Townsend respectively, wer,. found yesterday by Dominion Immigration Agent Corbett at
Olivers, a small station on the Canadian side, near this city, hidden under thr covering flap over the steps
ol a vestibule car on one of 'he s attle- expresses,
The boys did not give a satisfactory account of themselves and they
were deported by the officer. Thej
said they were on the way to Vancouver, and thought It the- simplest
way to travel.
Opinion of Ex-Governor of
Colorado, Whose Ladies
Exercise Suffrage.
OITAWA Flltltt IMF
FAlt- SERIOUS LHAKUb
UIINA MAKES PLANS
FOR STRONG NAVY
-own
ll'VV
iinl/i-iH
.lining
Sitxecn
ii'li. er.
P
u
���UlSlil Ii
Jl'ii  Wei
ii...
Miners   Perish.^^L_____________________________
Prussia, July  2li.���Six-   BRANDON
were   kuied   by   ihe   <-x-
ot  lire  damp    iu   a   mine  al
today,       Many  other  work-
������'������ " lrom tho mine tincon-
vi-ul    disposal    reached       i .-,,,���     i���
wharf on the scow E. J. Fader No. 3, $7oO,00u In
yesterday   afternoon   from   Pitt   Lake  Ayres,
Brick Works.      The product presents j
the line appearance In bulk that the
samples   foretold,   and   there  can   Be
lit11_ doubt that the market for this
Clans  of  building  material   will  show
steady development.      The  company
Is to be oongratulated upon the early]
completion of the plant, and Hie turn
out of a first-i'lass article badly need-1
ed  In an expanding market.
Exporting  Gold.
New  York.  July  20.���The  National
Bank  of    Commerce    today  engaged
old  for export to Buenos
km.. (iA.N
Each Province of Empire to
Supply Twenty Thousand
jSailors For Fleet.
Canton, July 20.���(Special Correspondence.)���At a recent conference
of tlie governors of tue various provinces and districts of China, Sheep
Jink Fong, now ruling for the infant
emperor, Issued a decree that each
province in China provide two men
of war for the protection of the country, which will mean a navai fleet of
forty-two gunboats. As a first contingent to train for service on the
fleet each province will supply fifty
thousand cadets between eighteen
and twenty years of age. With th.s
navy and the present standing army
which numbers eight hundred thousand men, the country will have one
of the strongest fortifications both on
land an/ sea of any in the world.
Recently an order waa placed with
two firms, one In England, tor two
up to date men of wars and a similar one In Germany. The reason for
dividing the order was to prove the
better class ot boat. Kunk Yu Man,
of the war office of China, will spend
all his time until the boats are completed between England aud Germany
supervising the work.
Commission   Investigates   Accusations
of Padding Pay Rolls of His
Department.
Ottawa, July 20.���The Investigation
Into the charges of padding the pay-
lists made against Major Dc-laronde,
officer commanding No. 5 company,
Cl.A.S.C, and Captain Delaronde, his
son, Is proceeding slowly. Th_ accused officers have refused to attend
the afternoon sittings, so that the
board will meet in the evenings to
suit their convenience, for the defence
claimed that time had been insufficient io allow proper evidence to be
prepared and an adjournment until
next September is requested. The
board, however, declined to meet this
view und consequently ordered that
the case be proceeded with again on
Monday evening.
Major Delaronde is chief of police
of  Ottawa.
New    York,    Jul.     20.���"Only  the
dregs ul woimuiki.il vote i.i Colorado; lii.- mothers hav- to be piaen-
i all) clubbed to the polls.
"Power mis not Intended tor women, Influence la more sunt!.-, and it
is a woman's greatest loree. When
woman seeks powet It Is a great calamity not only for her, bui for "io
men as well.
Don't   Want   Responsibility.
"Mj   wie and  daughte.B shun poll-
tics as do 'he majority oi tne women
of   Colorado.       I   believe   I.ial   wo.ueit
want the vote witnOui tne responsibility which tlie privilege entails, ami
I agree tbat the franchise shOUid iie)
granted to them, bin. 1 do no, think
thai tli.' voie is goo i for tiem, nor
they lor politics."
Such was the opinion expressed by
the Rev. Dr. Henry A. Buchtej. tonne.
governor of Colorado, one oi the ',,m'
states In which women nave Uie iig-i.
to vote. Ur. Bechiel came here to
preach in Calvary Methjuisi ' pisco-
pal church. Continuing, the loruier
governor said:
Chivalry Prompted Franchise.
"Chivalry was the motive that
prompted equal franchise in Colorado,
and woman legislators have uetn suffered to pui forth their claims out of
deference to their sex. There have
been few who did not d n.and .he
most absurd and unreasonable laws.
The only trouule auout the wo.i.an
legislators is that they win noi listen
to argument���no woman will. _uglc
dots not appeal to them."
Big Price for Cat.
Ixindon, July 20.���A record price
was paid for a cat by Mrs. Lynas of
Chicago, who bought the Champion
maie Chinchilla Persian cat of ting-
land, Rob Roy II. oi Anaudau, for
$u25. Mrs. Lynas' purchase goes tP
America tomorrow  on ihe Majestic.
British Troops Demonstrate
Their Readiness For War
ittCiii_t)ND RATEPAYERS
HONORS AT BISLE.I    ENbORSE WATER SCHEME
TO  HAVE
HERD
OF  YAKS
/
Makes
Sergt.   Russell   of   Ottawa  Makes   Perfect Score in First Shoot for the
King's  Prize.
I).
Millionaire  Will.
Mass., July  ir,.���Th_ will ot
Evans, President Tali's sum-
nullord, who d'.ed last week, left
���"Ur,. ���*   '
In- widow
>b_- thi
ol.i
I'
ntire estate, valued at $12,000,000
The will was filed for
afternoon.
St. John, N. B��� July 20.���The herd
of six Yaks Imported to St. John sum,
months ago and held In quarantine
hero was sent west yesterday In
charge of an official seni from Ottawa. The animals are ulll<_u t�� Ura^.
don  and   all  are.  ln
Favor     Terms     of     Agreement   With
Westminster���Reeve  Bridge
Is  Satisfied.
The proposal of ihe Richmond
council to share in the waterworks
extension from Coiiuitlam lake, involving an expenditure of $.ir>;i,ooo, of
which Richmond offers to contribute
received by
followed. Ithe ratepayers ou Monday evening at
tion. The quarantine officials had : ��^7,,.^-. the""twenty on the team the meeting held at Richmond town
great difficulty In capturing the large U0t and In addition five unattached hall. The position oi the negoua
bull, which put up a vigorStts tight J Canadians competed in Uie Hist stage
and had to be lassooed.
Hislev, Julv 20.���With the opening
of the first stage of the King's PriM
today, seven shots at 20.1 yards, interest in th0 shooting waa greatly ni-
creased.     In view of the high records
made   by   the  Canadians,   their   work   .125,000,  was  favorably
excellent  condl-la,   thls   stage   was closely
meriean Collector Buys
Dickens' Favorite Chair
P*"*> . ju,y 20���The favorite chair was Sold at auction at Sotheby's, and
Linn I Dlckens, in which he was Charles S. Easier, of Philadelphia, a
L "BI"Phed many times at Oadshlll, dealer In rare books was the purchaser. The Price was ��74.
, Mr. Essler will take It to America,
and says he does not care whether
he resells It or not. He ateo bought
several autograph letters on ��'erR'*
subjects by Dlckens at very moderate
prices.
In view of the proximity of Tennyson's centenary, it ls rather surprising
Word was    received    In the
��'.* yesterday at midnight to
ie effect Uiat a man by the
���mine of    Donald  MacDougall
>��d been run down and killed
oy train No. 1 on the C P. R.
tracks near Port Moody last
evening. It is stated that
MaciDougali was working at
��ne of the Port Moody mills.
������������������������
tions with Westminster was explained
Of the former Sergt. Russell, of O- far Reeve Bridge and Councillor
tiiw-. was the only one to score th-iTritea.
maximum but of the unattached men "Few who cons der'the cost of put-
hot h Mortimer and Bayllss mad* per- ting in a water system, said Reeve
BrtSSr Ueut SmUh, of Chat-I Bridge, "will deny that the Richmond
ham and Sergt. Blackburn of Winni- council has struck a bargain with New
Je��� winner of the Prince of Wales' Westminster in getting ito.Share o
prize, made one short each ot the the water supply fo. |12 ,0W. It
otal Complete Canadian score* at will cost an additional $160,0001 for
Ms flrst staie are as follows; Corp. the dlstrlbuUon of mains,a'ndBtal1^
Copping, Mantreal, 26; Sergt.-Major lot pipes etc.. on the Island. Thus
Creighton, Toronto 32; Capt. Forrest, | the total cost will approximate $i7&,-
Vancouver,   29;   Col.-Sergt.   Freeborn, 000"
London, July 20-���An army corps was
called out for war at Aldershot yesterday.
No warning of what was coming
was given. At 6 o'clock in the morning Lieutenant-Oen.ral Smith Doirien
gave the order for the alarm to oe
sounded, followed by the order tor
every unit in his command to turn
out ready for active service. Some
of the battalions were already in tbe
field; the Gloucester, for instance,
having left barracks at 4 o'clock for
a long day's operations. These were
summoned back by mounted men and
cyclist messengers. Wagons were
dragged out and loaded with stores,
water carts filled, ammunition drawn
from the magazines ani distributed,
and field dressings and emergency rations issued  to  the  men    with their
metal identity discs and pocket ledgers. !
The telegraph wires had carried ihe
news to tboBe officers and m,>n away
on week .nd leave, and the early
trains to Aldershot were filled with
anxious soldiers, who, on reaching tie
stations, raced up to their barracks,
to appear in a short space of time accoutred and equipped for service.
Six hours wag the time given for
the units k> get on parade, ready to
move off but so perfect was the ma^
chinery that In the great majority of
cases little more than half that time
was needed to report all ready. Long
before the allotted time was up nearly twenty thousand men, artillery,
cavalry and Infantry, with engineers
and supply transport services, were
marching out of barracks to go wherever needed.
BURBANK'S SUNBERRY FIRE CAUSES $10,000
SAID TO BE FAILURE | LOSS IN  IRON WORKS
i    Olympla,    July    20.���Olympia    met
with another disastrous fire last night.
Boston, July 20.���Luther Burbank,
"the Wizard of the Plant World," has
been informed that his latest creation, the "wonderlerry" or "sunber-
ry." is declared a failutv. Many amateur gardeners have tried to cultivate
thi- "wonderberry" without much success in this vicinity. Yesterday Bur-
bank's new berry was labeled "worthless" by the judges of the Massachusetts Horticultural  Society.
Tli<. berry plant which bad been
expeeted to prove a rival to the blueberry, was displayed at the sweet peo
exhibition at Horticultural Hall and
attracted a great deal of attention.
I'nil.r the name given ii by Btir-
ibiink, the "sunberry," or Its commercial title "wonderberry," the plant
has become widely known throughout
horticultural circles.
when the liattern department of the
Pioner Iron Works was destroyed at
a loss of $10,000. The rest of the
plant was saved by heroic efforts after
total destrutlon seemed Imminent,
The loss is panly covered by insurance and the work of rebuilding will
begin at ohce, The destruction of
valuable patterns will delay the fining of Important contracts, as several
of the patterns were exclusive with
tli,, Pioneer Company. About twenty
men were employed in the plant, but
these will be set at work In other
pans of the establishment and lu re-
ImUdlng. The Pioneer Iron Works
is it Joint stock company with Charles
Zitsen manager.
Use Head of Pretender
as Warning to Rebels
It the New Westminster proposition
wei-t adopted iby thm ratepayers, L-
040,000 gallons of   water    per diem
Hamilton,  33;   Pte.   Oougeon,  Wlnnl
peg, 30;   Sergt-Major Hugglns, Hamilton, 33; Major Jones, P. E. I-, 32;   ���     .-r-v_���*, _,-__��� _. *_.��i._.ii_-
Serat. Kelly  Toronto, 32; 8ergt.Kerr, would be supplied to t_e municipality
Toronto, 33;' Corp. McOlnnes, Bdmon- as against 500,000 by Vanoouver.
ton   29;  Capt. McVittle, Toronto, 33; |    "The New Westminster people have
Serkt. Marsden, Winnipeg, 30; Sergt met   us   in a very   gentlemanlyjand
Mitchell, Hamilton, 33; Lieut. Morris, businesslike way," affirmed the reeve,
Bowmanvllle   33;   Sergt.  Richardson, | "and no ���enaible man wlll deny that |
Stt-mTSSt UttNtf th^po^ !3^i^rgLftuneiL;0^a, 35; UeuL JtWr. ]��l>o��l��l. fcj-and away the
early writings went for comparatively
small sums. A copy of the orl*in*l
edition of a little volume fathereu
by Alfred and Charles Tennyson Jointly In 1827 (brought only ��15-
Smith, Chatham, 34; Sergt. Smith, Ot
tawa, 31; Corp. Sprinks, Toronto, 29;
Sergt. Stack, Truro, 31; Sergt. Blackburn, Winnipeg, 34; Lieut. Mortimer,
86; Sergt. Bayllss, 35.
beat that has been made to us."
The meeting endorsed resolutions
favorable to the scheme, and also to
borrow $75,000 for road Improvements. I
Pekln, July 20.���A remarkable story
of the tragic fate of a youthful pretender to the dragon throne and a
large number of his followers comes
through missionary channels from
distant   Yunnan   Province.
Under the Influence of Taoist
priests a prosperous member of the
country gentry named Chu conceived
th�� conviction tnat he himself was
a descendant of the Onus Ming Emperors, and his son, aged twelve
years, the rightful occupant of the
throne- He rallied the clansman and
his neighbors to the number of upward of two, thousand men, variously
armed with old guns, bow_ and spears.
With the pretender at their head
this insurgent army marched upon
Yunnan Fu, the provincial capital
preaching an anti-Manchu crusade.
Near Yunnan Fu a detachment of the
Viceroy's modern troops overtook, attacked and routed the Insurgents. Sev.
eral   hundred   of   them   are reported
killed and wounded.
All the members of the Chu family
were promptly slaughtered by the
Viceroy's orders. The head of the
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 21
1909.
Classified Advertise
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO  RENT. LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must ��ell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and   __m_.
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business everyone mu��' of n cessity   know  all   about  us   _   |   _,Jr
wares.      Use  the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the times.
PIANO OR VIOLIN LESSON'S GIVEN   R.   T.   PRINCE���AUDITOR  AND  AC
In   part    payment    for    room  and
l>oard.      W.  Howard, city.
WANTED���TWO BEDROOMS AND
sitting room neighborhood of Carnegie Library by two gentlemen.
Apply  Rex,  Daily   News ofllce.
COUntant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hal] Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham.
hly block, P. Q. box 795.
ARCHITECTS.
-,.���_-. .     a,..,!     rviTTACI.-   W.   D.  COODFELLOW,   ARCH1TEU-
VAN TED ��� A    SMALL   COTTAGE      ������_,,_,   nnmi���-��- Wnst -���<-_.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS.
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw aud shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
near city. In exchange    foi   lot (in
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
II'    .1   I VIIJ,       11       %-i_v   -!_-__(-.%- iui -��-- .---     . ��� . ,       ,   ���
Bast   Vancouver     Heights,   1   block  EDWIN  Q,  W.  BAIT,  ARCHITECT
from  Hastings street new car Une),;     gulchon  Block.    Telephone  838.
and cash  payments.      Address  H2, _
Daily News office, city.
WANTED���GIRL    TO    WORK
the Royal City Laundry.
AT
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework, Apply -20 Royal avenue, near
Sixth  street.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,   farm  and  suourban   property,
2G0 Columbia street.
LOST.
LOST ��� AT QUEEN'S PARK,
child's gold lockei and chain, initials M. F. H.; also contains photo
of two children. Finder please
leave at this offlce.
LOST ��� IN ORANGE PARADE,
bunch of keys; finder kindly return
to W. E. Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and insurance. Phone 335. 1S6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone  334.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILES FROM
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price, $2200;   terms.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B.  C.  MONUMENTAL  WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl missing. Please return to Dally News offlce.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���"BLDRIDGE B" SEW-
ing machine, almost new; price
$25.     Vidal & Bacchus.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sheitbrooke street.
Sapperton.
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS, 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIVE-
room cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; 'balance to suit purchaser. G. Hall,
East Burnaby.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box -74;
phone 498. Real estate and insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aad supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenxie's drug store
and "The Fair," Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARRI8-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER ft McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and tbe Vancouver offlce Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY ft CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO  LET���LARGE  BEDROOM,   COR
ner Agnes and Seventh, No. 701.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RBNT���SEVEN-ROOM HOU-_,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street. 230 Eleventh street.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
.D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON ft AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.   	
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery. P. Q. Box 811.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
FREEMAN      HINTING.     ROOM     7,
Gulchon block.      P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
THEATRES.
i
and November, at �� p.m. Armuai
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members maj De
proposed and elected al any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. n.
Stuart-Wade, secretary
O O F.~-ROYAL CITV LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting .rethren
will he made welcome 11. E. Glilay,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P G. recording secretary
purchaser  within   fortj :
,the date of the first pu   .
notice upon yon, and  In ,. J
caveat or certificate ol II
lng filed within such pi J
.fault  of  redemption   bi f
Ition, you and each of >.. . .,,!'
.ever estopped and debari      from set,
ting up any claim to or li . .,
j the said  land,    and    I
Peter Henderson as own
fee.      And I h
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
bla    street. Fires-class     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE. CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
OTHER FRATERNAL BOCIETIE8
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M., King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. aii'l A, M.; L- 0. L.-
No. 1150; L. O. L-, No, 1593; Court
Sapperton, No, 1683, I. 0. F; C, O.
V. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood  of Owls,  Nest No.  29.
...
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:  in Ne,
m
iy ordi
cation of this notice for tl
a dally newspaper publl I
Westminster,  will  be go
dent service thereof,
Dated  at   the Land  !!���
New Westminster, Provln
Column ia, this 3rd flay ol  M iy  .3
1909
C. S. KI i I ll.
District   I
To   Yuk    Chee,    Ch. w
John J. Weir.
OUli*
liritish
Sing hap.i
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting just ln. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Pbone
473.
FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
LAND SURVEYOR.
W. Ni DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
tveyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 259 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables. ,jM
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT ft CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress) . Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
SECOND-HAND  8TORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURB
and all k'l-ds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce. i   ,
A. O. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice thai an application has
ibeen made to register F. McCleery as
the    owner in fee    simple,    under  a
;tax  sale   deed   from   the   mayor   and
'treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to F. McCleery. Waring date the
[9th day of January, A. U., 1904, of all
land   singular  that   certain   parcel   or
'tract of land and premises situate, lying and  being    In  the    City of  New
1 Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
jand described as Lots 91, 92. 93 and
194,    of Lot  3,    Subdivision  Block  14.
You and  each of you are  required
I to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-flve days from tbe
jdat- of the flrst publication of this no-
jtice, otherwise I shall register F. Mc-
j Cieery as owner thereof in fee.     And
II hereby  direct    that    publication  of
this  notice in  a dally  newspaper  for
'thirty days, published at New West-
I minster, will be good and sufficient
j ervlce thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
INew Westminster. Province of British
'Columbia, this 26th day of Februarv,
jA.  D.,  1909.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph E.
Gaynor Estate.
C. S   KEITH,
District   Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons clnlmlng any
Interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest In the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry act,' shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
limiij
age, to
' i _n ci
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles'
ball, Columbia street. A. Clark, W.
Pres.; H. Schofleld, secretary
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
191���Meets on the flrst and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hall.     Chief, W. Sutherland.
BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets ln tbe
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tbe tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice, that _n application
has been made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, under a tax sale deed from the Reeve
and clerk of Surrey, to The Corporation of tbe Township or District of
Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of
December, A. D., 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
being In the District of New Westminster, in the Province of British
Columbia, more particularly known
and described as Lots 3 and 4. ir
Block 4. being part of Lots 7 and _
Group 2, Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4.
being part of Lots 7 and 8, Group 2;
Lot 9, of Block 4, being part of Lots
7 and 8, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
under you and aU persons claiming
any interest ln the said land 'by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
ls not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are required to content the claim of th.  tax
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAI.   HOME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lan.*nut.
iln the railway belt in Briti^i CAmi.
bia, may be homesteaded by any ;*..
son who Is the sole bead ol
'or any male over IS years o
the extent of one-quarter si
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personai!. tt
the local land office tor the district
in which the land is situate. Em-)
by proxy may, however, be made ti
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or filter of an intending homeste-d.-r.
The homesteader ls requl red to perform the conditions connected t_i��
with   under   one   ot   the   touowiij
| plans:
(1) At least six months' :������ y.m
'upon and cultivation of tin Und ot
leach jrear for three yeans.
(2) If the father ("or mother, if��
father is decased), of the boinestei&r
resides upon a farm In thp v.clnitrof
the land entered for, the requirMMW
as to residence may be salaNV
such person  residing with  tv- Iiti-
lor mother.
(8) lf the settler bas his ;��ri_i
residence  upon   farming   land on*
by   him  in  the  vicinity  of  bil tat
j stead, the requirements ah to refto*-
I may   be  satisfied   by  residence "P1*
ithe said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commission r of Do
i minion lands at Ottawa ol Intent"
!to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may .
, leased for a period of wenty-on*
years at an annual rental ol Jl P
jacre. Not more than 2560 an*
shall he leased to one Individual o'
company. A royalty ai the rate tt
five cents per ton shall be collect-
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be P*14
for.
LAND ACT.
I Comox Land District.
Dl.trlct of Queen Charlottn Sound.
1 lake notice that O. B. Jacobson ol
Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher,
Intends   to apply   for   permissionM
.lease the following descri-d land:
Commencing at a post planted ��
the west end of Lewis Island, &**<*
northerly, easterly, souther!v ani *��*
terly and northerly, followinn UJ
shore line around the Wand to �������
point of commencement, conUtB-
800 acres more or less.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
I OLE B. JACOBSON
DIRECTS BALLOON
BY WIRELESS FORCE
Inventor Hopes to Use Wonderful Device in Saving
Life From Wrecks.
New York, July 20.���The Herald
Bays:
In a private test before representatives of one of the European governments, Mark O. Anthony, an electrical
engineer, last Saturday afternoon succeeded ln sending a small dirigible
balloon, controlled by wireless electricity, out over the ocean near Sandy
Hook, a distance of one mile anj a
quarter, directing the movements of
the cfaft by manipulation of an ordinary  keyboard  on  the beach.
During some of the flights a -risk
breese was blowing ln shore, hut the
little dirigible, with Its large propeller
at all times made good headway and
appeared to be much steadier and to
travel faster than other and larger
balloons which have been operated by
a pilot aboard.
Anthony declared that what be had
already  done proved  to the satisfac
tion of those who saw the model work
that It could be used successfully at
lite saving stations and that it could
be inflated from large hydrogen tanks
and sent out over a ship'one mile
from shore in less time than surf boats
could reach th0 ship in ordinary wea^
ther.
He explained that ln his life saving
service the dirigibles would be used
chiefly for carrying small lines to the
ships, which could be used in hauling
out heavier cables. This work Is now
done with guns.
Mail Service
Following are tbe hours of despatch
and arrival of malls at the New Westminster post office, the hour given la
each case being the hour of closing,
which t�� half aa hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All malls,
unless otherwise stated, are despaired and received daily except Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and re
cedved Sunday are the G. N. R South
and C. P. R. wast mails, not including
the way malls, Sapperton, .raBer
Mills and Coquitlam.
Malls Despatched.
6:00 a.m. (closed at eleven o*ciock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
G. N. R. Owl.
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C. P. R east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mall for Abboisiord and district, Clayburn and district, Huntingdon and district, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8 a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east and soutn;
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
selmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
tbe Port Gulchon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays and  Saturdays.
11:00 am.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12: JO p.m.���Strawoerry Hill, T*im-
berlaud and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer montns cios* at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
J. C. Bruce." (Steveston mall dee-
patched and received via Vancouver.)
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and fiper
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, and
Port Kells dally, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyn��-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mall Is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, Including all U.
S. points east and south, via G. N. R
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, _ ra-
ser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond. Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Llllooet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and all points east
except Kootenays.
Malls  Received.
6:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seattl., including all U. 8. points, via G. N. H.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via O. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn.r, _ort
Oulchon. Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
and Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by couriej-.
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier.
3:30 P-m.���Blaine and Beattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mall east, ana
closed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
including U. S. A. matter, and also
Fraser Mills.
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned, and endorsed "Tende. for
Postofflce Fittings, Vanoouver, B. C,"'
will be received at this offi'oe until
5:00 p.m on Wednesday, July 21,
1909, for the work mentioned.
Plans, specifications and forms of
contract can be seen and forms of
tender obtained at this department on
application to Mr. c. Tossell, Clerk of
Works, Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
fenders will not he considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of residence.
' Eact tender must be accompanied
hy an accepted cheque *n a cbartered
bank, made payable i, o,v. 0.-der of
the Honorable 'he Mil :t* ��� of Public
Works, equal tn ten pei * . (i,) pc )
of ths amount of tne _e_.u_r, which
will ibe forfeited If the person tendering declines to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so, or lf he
fall to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender be not accepted
the cheque will he returned.
The department doe.,  not  bind  ll
ten-
self to accept the lowest or any
der.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIEH.
Secretary.
Works, 01
Department  of  Public
tawa, June 30, 1909.
for
(Newspapers  will  not  be  fi'd   .
this  advertisement  lf  they  Insert
th" d-'Part'
without authority
ment.)
from
S. S. TRANSFER
Tihe "teamer Transfer will '**���
Brackman-Ker wharf every week w
afternoon, exoept Saturday, at ; v- ���
for I��dner, Steveston and way P"1^
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning io
New
eve.
ing.
Westminster Saturday evening
Returning,   leaves  Stevest<"
week day morning, except Friday.
Additional   trip   Mond.y
leaving New Westminster at 5 ������ �����'���
���   This schedule    subject    to <'���������">*
without notice.
For freight and passenger rat<"�� '
Ply to
ROBERT JARDINE
tAenneet
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NE**
Westm I lister's Homi Pa"" WED
NESDAY, JULY 21,  1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
PAGE THKKB.
[Form No- ���*���]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
Ooasi RWW ��ne-
MADE IN CANADA
District "I  uuaB<. ����_.,
Take notice ibat O. li. Anderson, of
Vi    ouver, B. t'., occupation, Jeweler,
f'>r    nwuilssion to
^���J^e^tbftollowing
nfcbase    |"'-
f0r    permission
described
GILLETT
0.EAMTARTA
I!, C. PACKERS DtCLAKE      QVIC INVESTIGATION
31-2 PER __M OIVIOtNB
CONVULSES OTTAWA
^fo^no^to^ Berry Is-
iS.d%l June ��th, 1.09
l"��" ''   n��S_S ANDERSON,
0LE   ,B?i Sa FORD, Agent
Dated June 4t'h, 1909.
post planted in
erry I
Apply
,he whole" island,  containing
less.
[Form No. 9-1
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
nls��� ,    ol  Ooasi Range One.
e that Dora Anderson, ol
n    c   occupation, lady,
] '    tor permission to pur.
-������    . lowing described Uuida:
g at u post planted on ,
,  of Klaoltsi. Island, a .
, ;,(0|  Ti,m;r  islam.  ���
1 8th.  11*09
��� , .   . land
*_\       Profits    for Year    1908    Amounted to
Over One  Hundred Thousand
Dollars.
:. July 20.���At the annual
��� ������ the u. c Packers' Assocla-
yesterday,  \S'.  II.  Barter,
nanag-er, announced tbat the
for the year  1908 were ��100,-
Charges of Corruption Are
Made Against Administration of Capital.
SECHARLES
EVAPORATED
CREAM
i
���lu ac
..i.  Jul.   20.    Alter  soli),,  years
of   municipal   quietude   Ottawa    has
-  -    on which "a dividend of 3 1-2 "'     ��.ed  :i (:ivil' "siuiatioa   and a
a,   been declared, the bai- '   ' '    Yn<,',w 0!1 fom   ��'.' a:1 V?"1.11.
i led    to  the   working < ���  ">'    following    certain    edltorla
ace it.      Tbe   annual   state- t!< ���' "���">���-���  and  allegations   by a  local
eni and report show ., most Baths- P* er-   The subject has reference to
mdition of affairs. Although Btl -' openings which, upon a rather
.   to,  the yea-  ��,,   compara- "   ���'��� [ve scale, have   been   initiated
...   small,  bul   10 canneries   'dug ,:i    >'ear  . Vb% ����� mostly In    the
I  th, output was 151,673 cases '��� '���'���"��� ^"""^ '" ""' <���"> whloh were
. d salmon ami about 150 ions a���e*fd :i, y^ "v s�� a��"'   ,      , ,.,,���
ol mild cured salmon,     A good busi-      ���   naa ^en the custom for huge
ne, Hso     don     in     frozen   and   '     !"7��  ol   prop.rty   to   divide  ll   inVO
. ,    ��� , = fresh  flsh, aboul    76   pound* of '      . ����� ;"">'" "d"'iile   �� .''" "'   ,'
volih-inf l^r ����*���*��� t0 W* for l'-'��issi n l�� P^" "   bavlng    ^  "am"""' o   n __.    in "he tapr-Ven��_n. _S
Applying  toi if VflacouTOr   B  (���   occupatj, ,      bo -in     hai this branch of the com- v mugs,    m  tne improvements now
.res more w..n������ .��,.. ,_., .,.,..���. ,.;���., ,   . ,.,,_!���_
A trial will convince���the most critical that ���
les Cream ii superior t<> any other brand on the market easily
surpassing in natural cream flavor, color and richness. St. Charles Cream,
when the proper amount of pure cold water is added, makes an excellent
drink, especially enjoyed by many people who like to drink milk, but
arc unable to digest it in its ordinary state. St. Charles Cream n
les. It is always pure. It is as good as the best for any puq
l�� llei th ���! the best for most. Its use is economical too. Those
use St. Charles Cream take no chances.
Told by  licst Grcccrs Exlerytuhere
I.F.- CONDENSING COMPANY. Ingersoll. Oni.
am  never
xise,
Those who
Sl. C   .
'���'"^S-_-r
' _As_":_**_-,e_v-_-B :?_
-1S-tesa,-; >v.i^_l____s*.~
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������*������������������
��� ���
I Northern   Crown   Bank
Dora ANDERSON,
Per 6, II. KORD, Agent.
'   6th, 1909.
WATER NOTICE.
[Form No. '.��.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
chase the following described lands:    pany's business It
Commencing  ai   a  pos_   planted  In   spectable proportion
the- bay at northwest corner ol Maud   -���' ������
island, the largest Island in tbe Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909,
Applying for the whole Island, con
mining 60 acres more or Ie
BERGETA ANL-ERSON,
Per  S.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1H09.
SSumlng   very   re
It    irogress, which are    the   Bubject
'of ibe criticism, tliis course, in many
In tanoeg at   least, lias  nol   been  foi-
== lowed. Rather, it is claimed, the city
has   bought   H  land   for   tli-  Mivets
regardless of the fact that the open-
Notice  is  lierv...   given  thai   an  ap-  lavs In question augment  the value of
plication  wil]  be ii.a le  unil.-r  Part V.   the   contiguous   property.     What     ls
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL ...  .
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Take DOtice  that John    Olsen,  oi
I Vancouver. 11. C, occupation, farmer,
intends to apply for permission to
Lc-aae   Ihe    following     described
Bands: ,        ,   ,
Commenc ng  at  a  post  planted   in
av at northwest    comer of    Davies      	
Island    Dated   June   6th,  1909.    Ap- ,of  Vancouver
flying for Hie whole island,  contain
(ng 200 ac
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 11*09.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District ol  Ooasi   Range One.
. Take notice  that  Ralph  Jacobson,
bf Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
pier, Intends  to  apply  for  permission
purchase  the   following   described
a lids:
Commencing at a post planted on
lhe southeast shore in a small bay on
lompton Island Dated June 4th,
109.    Applvlng for the whole island, I son
r.. ...
jpntainlng 80 n res more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
Per B.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
I Dated June Vh, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
ol the 'Water Act, 1909, io obtain more, it is shown that the amounts
a license In the New Westminster < paid for the property expropriated
Division of New Westminster District, are mlch  In  excess of values as -set
la). The name, address and oceu- forth in U><> assessment.
patlon of Hi.- applicant is the Van- Another complaint is that, under
coiner Power Company, Limited, misrepresentation, people are induced
having its head ollice at the City of to petition for these Improvements
Vancouver, liritish Columbia, having and then are unable to withdraw tln-ir
capital cii $^.CiUU,bun, divided into names excepi through the expensive
2,500,000 shares Of $1.00 each, ail process of appeal to the courts and
hilly   paid  up. even   in  som,.  of Such   cases  tbe  ap-
I. ) 'I lie name of the lake, stream I peal has not been successful. The
or source (if unnamed, the descrlp- burden of the charges is that a
tion is an unnamed creeK coming combine of real estate speculators Is
from the northeast emptying into working in conjunction with municipal
Mlslilloet river, North Arm Burrard representatives and officials to secure
Inlet (Indian River) at or about 'our improvements to private property at
aides lrom iis mouth. ihe public expense and v.ry heavy ex-
(C. The point of division Is about pense at that. The authorities in
live miles fom the junction of said question deny the allegations and say
Creek with said river. |thai   they  court   investigation,    lf   it
td). The quantity of water applied takes place some interesting develop-
for   (in  cubic    feet  per  second;,  100 ,ments are promised.
cubic feet per second.  ���
,|     i-i. The     character   of     the    pro- GIRLS WILL SELL TICKETS
' posed  works is the  diversion of said |      BECUASE THEY ARE CHEAPER
creek by means of dam, ditch, tlunie, i 	
natural waterways, tunnels and pipes,      New York_ Julv go.���By the first of
aud   the  establishment  In  connection L^   week   U)e   McAdoo   tunnel   will
therewith of a water power plant for ;hav... ens(,onSed ln its t;cket boxe- at
ni-tric.  of  Co-Kt   I____��  One . he   S^""11*1011  of.  electricity  lor  m_- |f,v        8ubway   atat|on   pretty   women.
Take nonce T_! jSSSh O John- cllanka1' il"]"stlial ,", commercial Tw,nty of them have bwn engaged
n of V____v^f _To ocounaSon P^0868 and I'^uculaily ,n the op- ,.lnd today five are dispensing tick.-is
n:.-��.f \.alTfe.r: ^:..b �� �� ,^r, ?u   ewtUon of motors, macb nery, electric a, ���     IJO,nt subway Btations.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that    Frank  Jacobson,
_.   . _,  B. C., occupation, far-
jiner, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
jlands:
Commencing at a post planted In
'a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June Oth, 1909. Ap-
j plying for the whole Island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
���w
X A  WESTERN  BANK  FOR   WESTERN   PEOPLE.
: ���	
+ Deposits are received in the Savings Department at all branches, and
e can be withdrawn by cheque without  unnecessary formality  or delay.
���
��� 	
:	
J Manager,   N.  H.  MACDONALD,   New   Westminster.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++*
��	
I Gasoline Tanks and
[Form  No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
���
���
:
:
4
:
��� 	
______���_________���
l Trust Block,-Front St., New Westminster I
++++++++++++++++++++++++++m++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Fishermen's Supplies!
JAMES & McCLUGHAN !
Form of Notice.
ilJi_r.<t nt Coast Range One.
Take  notice  that  J.icob   Jacobson.
Vancouver, D. C. occupation, car-
(mti-r. Intends 'o apply for permis-
on to purchase the following de-
riln-d lands:
Commencing a! a post planted on
outbwest shore of Mound island.
Kited, June tth, 1909. Applying for
Be wlioie Island, containing 80 acres
pore or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per S,  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated Jun- 4tb. 19lr_.
!farmer, Intends to apply for permis
ision to purchase the following described lands:
( Commencing at a post planted on
|the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
I whole Island, containing 90 acres
more  or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
_____________________________   ,     at  the point subway stations.        	
lighing,   tramways     and other   works ,    Th_ fdea was d(le to E   T   Munger|
for which such light, heat and power {general superintendent of    the   road,
are suitable and available. w|,���  ^ailg from  Chicago, where girls
If). Tbe premises on which the havp ,)een empioyed ln a glmmar cap.
water is to be used ls to generate i^y He t0]d ihe reponcr that glri8
electric  power,  Ught    and    beat    Ior)WeTe  not onh.  as efficient   but  more
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.      RE-
tractlon,  lighting,    heating, manufac
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
  wire  not only  as efficient   but  more i	
-,rH,p'Un-'KJ.rU,n'i   ^ri-'-nrtS,ri*7ri_IS*rt  than   men, ln   ,he  handllnS 0,fMEMBER, WE CARRY THE BEST MAKES  OF  WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
luiiug and all and every industrial or  tickets  and   small   change,   and   that
Other   purposes   to   which   it  may   be !tbev  would  be  cheaper.
applied. '.__^___���^���_____________-____-______
|    (1) If the water is to be used tor:	
power or mining purposes descri.e
the place where the water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the    difference    in    altitude  between
point of    diversion  and  point of    re- ....
turn.      The water is to be returned , (Successor to C. Hamber)
to the North Arm of Burrard Inlet COLLECTIONS AND STOREKEEP-
at or near the place where the pres-,ERS' BOOKS OF ACCOUNTS A
_nt power house of the applicant is SPECIALTY. AGENTS FOR THE
situated.      The    differenc.'    Ot eleva-1 HALL SAFE CO.
tio
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'8 AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA    SEATTLE   poin 	
' (jl. The area of Crown laud intended to be occupied by the proposed
works will not exceed 80 acres.
(k). This   notice was posted on the
iMh, 14th    16th  19th   day of July,
^^^^     ROUTE.        ^^^^
SS.   t-i-lncess  Victoria leaves  Van-
n between point of diversion   and: Office: Room 7, Hambly  Block.
int of return is about 2200 feet.      ' '  "*mulJ   ����������������
P. O. Box 795.
Form of Notice.
District ol  coast Range One.
I  Take notice   thai   Albert   Hunt,   ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation   farmer,
Intends    to applj    lor permission to
���pun n,,,.     the     following     descnueu
���land.:
Commencing at a post planted in
l-ay on north shore of Kees Island,
lone of the Anderson group. Dated
I'' 1909       Applying   for   the
Iwlioi.  Island,    containing    160  acres
lll-iiy or less.
ALBERT HUNT.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
������ 'l June 6th. 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
L^ND ACT.
10UV6r ii P-m., going direct to Seat-
le dally except Wednesday.
S.S.   Chamm   lea,eg   VHUfcouver   1
,_,., tlally for Victoria
WATER NOTICE.
     .���.���. iinj-, unu ,ii,i".v._-.���   ������--.  -w��� ���-���        piicauon win  Lre ""
.Ui.,- _aliy for Victoria. u    Commission��r on the 20th day of    f u     ..Water Act,
SS. Princess Charlotte   eaves Van si   190i) ^ in the New
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, exc.i-t friday.      The  pan ot    tl)e  memorandum or yigl(m Q.  New We.
or Victoria. asosciaiion  of  Uie    company    which. The name   ^,
  ..        , _t_  ��_���____       _tr--nl1_.nxif--_ ���    . ... >	
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA
Leaves Now "Westminster on  Wed
nesday.
'company  is established and to which v(?r   B..itish  Columbia,  and  having  a1
objects    the company    are    restricted ^  *
are   the    acquisition   Of    water    and 5(.
water  power iby   records  of  unrecord-      TV    ���     (b)   The na,���e  oi-  the
ed   water  or  by     the    purchase    ol sC]vam  or  BouTcft)    Misliloet    River,
water   records    of    wate;-    privilege- Sor{h  Ar,���    Burrard    Inlet,     (Indian
for. .  _    ___ River),   (c)   The   point   of   diversion
Form of Notice,
ol   i "asi   Range  One.
, '    thai John Johnson
[ r.   c, occupation,    sines- jcept
intends to apply for permission |a.m.
irehase the  following described
enclng at a post planted (1"
i shore of John lsltind. nn ls-
etween Kees island and  Davies
" I       Hated.  June  6th,  1909.     Ap-
Plying for tl
1:    ' 0 acres more 0r less.
he wJiolo Island, contain
190.; and"application will be mad, to    ,^ot'Ce '�� hereby given that an ap-
-      1���1-_.. **. ,>.��� 9n.h dttv of plication will b. made under Part V.
ew  Westminster Di-
..-."_   -.        . estminster  District.
au.hVr__'^" the  'proposed" application ra)   The name   address  and occupa-
         ROUTE and work8i readi as follows: <*,on-of ������ applicant is   he Vancou-
S.S.  Trader will  leave Victoria lor:    13). The    objects   for    which    the ver Power^Conipany, Llmlted.^ng
New Westminster every Tuesday. company  is established
^^^^si  ���   i.i-A   nhlerts    the company    are    restricted   *ri',_^*w/"*�����Vn'-_iV"*'Jir_r .   ,
capital   of  |2,500,000   divided   into  2,
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
  ���    purehus, ���"""    '"   Th(' **ani<- of the  lake
WEST COAST route:
for. ^_^_^t^_^_^_^e^e^e^e^mm
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st aud 14Ui      (al.    Cotrstructing.    operating   an.i ���*T*J'-   KV    '--   *;,,,_.    ,        , ,.
���ach   month   lor   Quatalno   and     way   maintaining   electric     works,     power  r3~?"Uatf^aBo^1   12 ,ul"^   lro" ,Vt
twentieth   of   each   month   lor  houses,   generating   plant    and    such  ";.ou,h ��r the river,  (dl  The quantity
Scott  and  other appliances and conveniences as of water applied for in cuWc feet per
a,,,  neceaasry   and    proper  for    the s,rt<"ul-   s'"\   ^   lhl'   character  of
^^^^^^^^^^M generating of electricity    or   eleptrlc tfie  P">Posed  works, a  W��8rjiowor
power,   or    anv    olhe   form    of    de-
I    VANCOUVER NANAIMO  ROUTE.       vcl,M,.d   p���wi,,.    uu ,   foi.   tran8mlttiDg
S.S. Joan. the  sain,, lo  be  used   ny  thL. company
ot I    Leave Vancouvei   2 p.m. dally, ex- or by persons or companies contract-
sales-1��,,..  su,iday.    Leaves Nanaimo ai  7 ing  with  tin-    company  therefor, as
a   motive  power  for  the operating of
  motors, machinery,  or  electric  liglu-
ALASKA route. '"^ er other works, or to be Buppiled
... ,,     i   , ^.    . ,,,���,. by  the  company   to  consumers    for
Princess   Royal    Leaves   Vancoui,   ��        ^ ^ ;.  ^^ ^.^ fm. ^
une -w and July ��- .,.,������������...,.   pelllng   tramways,    or     for    driving.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver .^^   llttlng>    pumping   llBhting,
crushing,  smelling,  drilling  and milling or for any    other operations    to
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent,
ited Junp 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.] _\
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of oc*st Range One.
lake notice that James Wataon, ol
Vancouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer,
"iiends to apply for permission to pur-
enase the following described lands:
1 ommenclng at a post planted on
'"���   northeast  shore of    Owl island.
JjatPd June 6th, 1909.     Apptylng for
tne whole Island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMBS WATBOiM,
Per 8. H. FORD. Agent.
Oated June 6th. 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
ports;    ... ._^^^^���
Ahcusel,   QuatiBlnO,   Cape
w;'y P��rt8* M-arailns: of" electricity    or   electric  p^^r'the generaiioii of electricity
tor merohanical, industrial and oom-
merci;.: purposes and paiticiil.nly In
the Operation of motors, machlney,
elecUc Ughuing. the operation oi
tramways and other works for whion
such llgl", heat and power are suitable and available. (I) The promises on which the water Is to He
used is situated at or near high tide
mark at the mouth of the river, (g)
The purposes for which the water is
to lie used is to generate electric power, light and  hoat for traction,  ligbt-
111B ���,  .~.   ���.-           - ilng   heating,   manufacturing  and    all
NORTH-UN b. w. iw---. which it may be adapted    or    to    "<* ._nd eVery industrial or other purposes
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver  u8.d or supplied for or in connection,       wn,ch  u  may  be  applied,    (i)   If
Princess ueairiw j^,   ^^  other  purposes    f0r  *ltl^!the water is to be used for power or
electricity  or  electric  power  may  ue|nli0tng   purposes  describe   the   plaee
applied or required. - ���'       J
r(g). por      rendering     water   and  = ^	
SS Queen City leaves Vancouver i ^mr .)owy.r avaJlable for use, aP^M^ce in"aitiiude between point of dl
Jane' 14 and 27, and every two weews ca|lon and distribution by erecting verslon and point of return. Tht
thereafter dams, increasing the head of water in |���,Qt���_ ,��� tr, h<1 mturned to river neai
any  existing  body   of  water, or    ex
^^^^^   May
une IS and July
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
.. ncess Beatrice
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE
SS.  Queen  City  leaves    Vancouver
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McOuarrie __ Co FLOUU AND 1,EED merchants.
FRONT STREET. New Westminster.
Company is established and to whlcb
objects the Company are restricted
are the acquisition of water and water
i   W'liere  tne water is  io me ������������� ���"-��  -- mre me ��v\_�������..�������� --   ��� ���-
,    .&,. r^.       _        ..some natural channel, and the differ-1 power by records of unrecorded wa-
!water power available for  use, applW       e  ���-* - -"-'-      - ��---  ������- ���-��- ��' ���������� re-
FRASER RIVER.
8.S. Beaver.
From  New   Westminster    Monday,
A_d_-eday and Friday at ��� "J^,.
From Chilliwack Tu_aday, Thursa*y
and Saturday at 7 a-m.
For   f-aervati-^TsJid   information
call or address __
ED. OOIJL-I,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B   FOSTER.
Asst Oen. Pa... Agent, Vancouver,
j   W.  TROUP.
General Bupe'rlntend^ntvw^lt
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Rang- One. I    *���������--��   :     -��_..
Take notice that B-r��_�� Ander����. \    NEWB.   The MamlHQ Paper,
tending the area thereof, diverting
tb�� waters of any stream, pound or
lake Into any other channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wire constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or,
work which may be required in connection with the lmprov-ment ana
use ot the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
part thereof.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
Signatures:  F. H. W. Hope, A. a
  _   .���_. iibllolB**- <""**>��������: J- V- Armstrong an*
MAKE YOUR A. MAL te ����������"" V*y.
through the colMmn. of THE DAILY |    p  o; j^^ VancouTW^ B. O    j
T^.���_������ point  of    return.    The
water is to be returned to river near
mouth of same, and difference of elevation between point of diversion and
point of return is about 300 feet. (J)
*^ _ . ... __,...      Va
point oi reiuxn ��s ��wui uw ..-�����..  ... ,_���_  ^....��� ���-   ���    ���-
Area of Crown land Intendel to be .and proper for the generating of eiec-
oecupi-d by the proposed works wtllitrlctty, or electric power, or any oUier
K J      r    . ....    mu,     ����_ _���    ^���.._i^-_-i    n^wor      anil      for
v���   .    -*    	
ter or by the purchase of water records or water privileges for (a) Constructing, operating and maintaining
electric works, power houses, generating plant and such other appliances
and conveniences as    are necessary
not exceed 320 acres, (k) Thh notice waa posted on the 7th day of
July, 1909. and application will be
made to the Commissioner on *&_
Hth day of August 1909. (1) Q4y+
the name* and addresses of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or
whose lands are likely to be affected
by the proposed works, either above
or below the outlet, B. F. DlcWna,
| Vanoouver, B. C.
form of developed power, and for
transmitting the same to be used by
the Company or by persons or companies contracting with the company
therefor, as a motive power for the
.operating of motors, machinery or
electric lighting or other works or to
be applied by the Company to consumers for heating or as * moti.��
power for propelling tramways, or tor
Idriving     hauling,    lifting,    pumptof,
incouver, b. u. .���___. ��"����*��,    ��<*>���������������-,     ��������    ���*-*:".*:���"
The part of the    Memorandum ot .lighting, crushing,    smelting, drUBttf
Association of the Company    which |aad milling or for any other OP*1*
authorised  the p*opoaed  application. Hons to which It may be adapted or
_. v��   a---...   v__-_uv��r  B  u.    land works  reads as follows: ito be used or supplied for or In eo_
[^eaf0t^*ASv^^:^l'   i��)   The   o*Jecte for   which   u.^cUon with any oth* pwpo*. for
which electricity or electric power
may ibe applied or required, (g) *^>r
rendering wafer and water power
available for use, application and distribution by erecting dams, Increasing
the head ot water in any existing
body of water, or extending the area
���hereof, diverting the waters of any
stream, pond or lake into any other
channel or channels, laying or erecting any Un��� or flume, pipe or wire
constructing any racewaya, reservoir,
aqueduct weir, wheel, building, or
other .reotion or work which may be
.required in connection with the improvement and use of the said water
and water power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any such works,
or any part thereof.
VANCOUVER  POWER  CO'Y.,  UtNX
(Signature)  F. H. W. Hope,   A. E.
Beck, Directors.
J. V. Armitroog. Secretary-
P. O. Address, Vancouver, B-C*.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Coir..
Ud.]
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WEDNESDAY
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally.News Publish.
log Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Dally News lilock, corner of McKenzie and Victoria  streets.
*��.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
_
(Correspondence
(The Daily News is not responsible
for the opinions of Its coire ppndents.)
WEDNESDAY,  JULY   21,   1909.
THE   MODERN   READER.
The statement made by Mr. J- Cotton   Dana,  al   the  annual  meeting  of
the  American    Library    Association,
that scarcely  three people out of every   thousand   in     the   United   States
can be classed as intelligent readers,
may   appear   at   first  sight   to   be   a
rather startling   one.     A    moments     ,.Th,, jubUt.L. meeting in connection
thought uiion the subject and a con- w|th   the  training  ship  Cornwall, off
Blderation of the statistics furnished Purfleet, and the annual priz
from time to time in regard to the
character    of    tbi- books    Issued   to
Editor Daily News,
Sir,���I was very much interested
by the suggestion made in you,- paper
on Monday, for the esia Ushmenl ol
a training ship in the Fraser. 1 think
the Idea an excellent one. It just
happens that in an old country paper
which reached me yesterday, uie "_e-
se.V Weekly News,' is a report Of tbo
prize distribution on tlie "Cornwall
and "Exmouth" traitif. ships, both of
which lie lu the Thames- i attach
some portions of the report ishowing
bow valuable these vessels are as recruiting agents for the nary, army and
merchant service.
J. F. n.
New  Westminster, B. C, July 20.
tt the accommodation to 700. Dtirinj.
ft 1908, 248 boys were discharged, of
3;. whom _6 were enterei into the Koyiu
& Navy. !l.". Into the Mercantile Marine,
jj and 17 into the' Army as musician..
.. The board continued to receive encouraging reports as to the welfare of the
ihoys who had passed out of the ship;
and in tbo Navy the standard reached
by Bxmouth boys was known to be
one of the best.
CARD  OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ankers sincerely
thank their many friends for sympathy extended to them In the recent
sad bereavement and for the floral
tributes sent to their daughter's fn-
neral,
Two Excellent Buys
Two lots on Dublin Street, between Fourteenth and Sixteenth Sy^
each $250; one-half cush, balance good terms.
A nice new cottage on Buchanan Avenue, Sapperton; $850 cash. This is a
sacrifice price.   Rented now at $10 a month.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE 189.
dislrl-
I'lil'lleet.   and   the
billion, look place on Friday.
The Institution was founded In 1869
by Sir George Chambers, a Wesi Iii-
readers by the free libraries, will, ,iUi merchant, The Cornwall, built
however, serve 'o convince one that nearly  a  century  ago, is on.- of tho
Is  uot   likely   to   be  an   l��8l   of   the  old   Bailing  line t>l'   battle-
the statement is not
exaggeration of fact.
In tlie discussion of this subject of
course there enters the question, whai
is an intelligent nailer? We should
define such a person as one who
reads with the avowed purpose of
gaining knowledge, as opposed to one
ships. She has served the purpose
lof a training ship off Purfieet for over
40 years, nnd has accommodation for
21', hoys. Since its establishment over
4,000 lads have passed through the
Cornwall. Of this number over 2.4U0
have been licensed to sea, and 380
have enlisted in the Army.
Mr.  E. G. Pretyman, M.P., presided
IV JCf A iJ  0 Clearance
. ���i.-'saw". ���:*^.���.vrm.-msaFmaam  Sj_1p>
"Where the Good Clothes Come From"        ��JttlC
MEN'S CLOTHING, STRAW HATS
FELT HATS, UNDERWEAR
who  reads for  mere  pleasure  or  as ;at a meeting at which tbo secretary
a means of killing time.     The former WJ�� ,*** during   the   year    the
���., I health   of  the  boys  had   been   excop-
wlll  desire to  read  works  that  call  tionally   good and   lheil.  condlIct cx.
for the existence of the mental pow-, cellent. Of 119 iboys who had left
ers, works which demand sustained (the ship 34 had adopted a Sea-faring
attention; the latter will he content I'^t^d nine had joined the_army.
to  peruse  the  very  lightest  form  of
literature, even that whloh does not
count as literature at all. If then
we take this definition of the intelligent reader���we assume that the class
of people thus defined would be those
referred to by Mr. Dana���shall we
find a larger proportion of these in
Canada than are stated to exist in
the United States? We should be
inclined to say the difference 'n point
of numbers is very slight indeed.
Such a condition of things ls truly-
lamentable. With th�� exception of
a very few among the adult population every citizen of this Dominion is
able to read, while each child over
school age must be presumed to be a
reader. But, as every bookseller and
the custodian of every free library
could tell us, only an extremely small
proportion of these make use of such
works of literature as are of an Instructive and elevating character. In
any flee library the books that are
worth reading for what they can
teach, for th�� mental activity which
they engender, will be found almost
unsoiled, whilst those that can amufje
or Interest in a transient way will be
found in that state of repair which
tells tbey have been in most frequent
use.
The vast majority of people purchase or borrow from the library
works of fiction, and of these again
the larger proportion patronize the
very lightest of these works. In
jilain words, the most trashy productions of the modern story writer are
in greatest demand. This habit of
time killing and time wasting by tbe
perusal of low-grade fiction is little
less than a vice. It enfeebles the intellect and warps the understanding;
lt enoourages the formation of fallacious ideas of life; it misdirects the
formation of character and vitiates
the taste; such a pursuit is altogether opposed to those principles which
promote the progress and development of humanity.
The road to reform ln this matter
is  through  the schools.      It is difficult to convince adults that a change
in their  reading habits  would be  to
their advantage.      But in the education of the young the mind can be
trained in the right direction.     The
present system of   education in this
respect is faulty.     Our experience is
that children are not taught to read
lntelllgentlv.      They are    allowed to
race through their -eadlng lesson Hke
machines.      The result is  that they
read  without    purpose    or    interest.
More trouble should be taken on the
part of teachers to secure an intelligent comprehension    on the part of
pupils of the subject being read about.
Beyond this  they  should ibe encouraged to appreciate the works of standard authors and to take some inter-
eat in the world affairs of the day.
Rewards too should he given for Intelligent    reading    and compositions
upon the Bubject or subjects read In
school.     If teachers would recognize
that the reading lesson is one of the
most important In each day's round
of work, and.would display a greater
readiness  to  lead  the minds  of the
young ln the more healthy direction,
and parents would assist in this work j
by their encouragement and example, |
then we might hope to see the next
generation display a saner choice In
their reading, a  more   thorough appreciation of the works of real  liter- !
ature.     The result would be a highly
moral tone, a better understanding ot
public  affairs,   and   a  wiser   race  of  ,
citizens.
The   thirty-third   annual   inspection I
and distribution of prizes in connec- j
tion  with   the  traing  ship  Exmouth,
off Grays, took place on Saturday.
Mr.  J.  T.  Helby, chairmen of thei
Metropolitan    Asylums    Board,    said
there wero now 641 boys on the books J
and they hoped before long to increase j
$20.00    Value    M.-n's
Fancy
Tweed   Suits.       Sale
1>TI(*_.
only	
.$15.00
$15.00    Value    Men's
Fancy
Two-piece      Tweed
Suits.
,$11.25
$13.00 Value Men's Fine
Two-piece Tweed Suits single or double breasted. Sale
price  only    $8.75
$12.50 Value Men's All-wool
Tweed Suits, well made- and
well trimmed. Sale price,
only    '.   ... .$8.50
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Straw Hats Reduced One-Half
and One-Third.
$3.50 Value Fine Straw HatB.     Selling for $2.35
75c Value Straw Hats.     Selling for 40c
$2.50 Value Straw Hats.     Selling for    ..'.".. .'.'.$1.75
50c Value Straw Hats,     Soiling for 25c
Special Today
WATERING CAN8
60c, 50c, 35c, 30c and 20c
BACH.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Special Values in Underwear.
$1.50 Value In Balbriggan.   Saie pHc^ per suit $1.00
75c Value, In Balbriggan.   Bale prloe, per ��ult 75c
I
REID & CO
PROPER CLOTHES FOR MEN
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
I
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfi , gatu>
faction in cooking and baking, Is economical In the use of fuel (hai l8 COo|
to work over in Ibe bote weather, ami also easy io operate and i ��� , fieilL
If you wh* to be satisfied In theBereapeota you will buy . Oxford
range atfer you have Inspected "��� The prices also of thm(> .,., are
much lower than those of Other imikeB. Call In and Inspect our
stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
44++++++++++4444444++++++++++++++++++++++++44*4*e*4H
Water Wings, Bathing Caps, Float
ing Bath Soap
AT
j Ryall's Drug Store
Phone 57.
IjAAA   444444   44444444444 _____k__I
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Best of Farmer's Perk.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMEr.EMY & ANDERSON       Columbia St
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
Barefootl
*++++++++++++++m+++++4
Souvenirs
������������ ���������������*_
Joy
There is nothing a child will enjoy more, during the summer
season, than a pair of our Barefoot Sandals. Cool and easy on the feet, and lined
with soft porous leather. Barefoot Sandals for children grow more popular every summer. We are
showing several of the best styles in most all sizes.
CHILDREN'S (sizes 3 to 71-2), pair $1.00
GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 101-2), pair    1.25
MISSES' (sizes 11 to 2), pair    1.50
BOYS' (sizes 3 to 5), pair    1.75
MENS' (sizes 6 to 10), pair   2.00
These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut
shoes for children, and will last all summer.  Secure
a pair today while they last.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
Oup store will  be found   neadquarters      for      Souvenir
Burnt leather in every device.     Decorated China with lo
cai views in almost any piece you may desire.
Shell Goods, Beaded Work,    and    Post    Cards.        Local
views of all Uhe beauty spots In the city.
We solicit you to inspec   our stock.      If you do not see
what you want you are no   pressed to buy.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
ASK YOUR QROCER FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED.
For Wh.at, Barley, Oats, Chop., Chicken  Feed,  Bran,  Shorts,  Hay,
We wlll see that  you  get It promptly.
etc., ask us.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd
186 COLUMBIA STREET. p. O. Draws, 100.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot New.Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
tZTtt
n
WE  ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how lt Is cheaper to buy our
high-class hulldlne; materials
than It Is to purchase the P001"
er kind. We can po^1 t0
buildings built with our mftte'
rials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of "ur
materials. See where real
cheapness lies!
t*
GILLEY BROS., Ltd. WEDNESDAY,  JULY  M,
1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THE
Cash Store
PAGE FIVE.
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
.H.MMSMM.IfT ������������������������WW ��4*_^__TTfttM	
STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M.. EXCEPT   SATURDAY.
RU5HOUT PRICES ON
Goods
DRASTIC MEASURES ARE BEING TAKEN TO BRING OUR ENORMOUS STOCK DOWN TO ITS
NORMAL SIZE, AND OUR WASH GOODS SECTION IS AWFULLY CROWDED ON ACCOUNT OF
THE UNSEASONABLE WEATHER WE HAVE HAD, SO WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL EFFORT TO
CLEAR A LARGE QUANTITY IN A LITTLE TIME. THIS WEEK WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK
OF GINGHAMS, CHAMBRAYS, IN STRIPES, CHECKS AND PLAIN COLORS, ANY DESIGN OR
SHADE YOU CAN IMAGINE AMONG THESE, AND THOUSANDS OF YARDS TO CHOOSE FROM,
THAT IT WILL BE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE FOR YOU TO GOAWAY UNSUITED. GOODS THAT
STAND ANY AMOUNT OF WEAR AND TUBBING ONLY SEEMS TO IMPROVE THEM. EVERY
PIECE OF OUR 15c GINGHAM  AT, PER YARD
121c
50c VESTINGS
FOR  25c
A Splendid assortment of white,
plain and fancy vestings and waistings in a, at spot and figured designs.
Regular values to 50c,  for, yard 25c
SPECIAL SHEETING OFFER,
25c   PER   YARD
Hotel lien and boarding house people should not miss thi_ golden opportunity to restock in this department. Twenty pieces of --4 white
sheeting, purchased before the advance in the price of cotton, to be
sold only in piece lots, ranging from
35 to tin yards in a piece. Kx'ra
special,  per  yard    25c
THREE SPECIALS
IN 7-4 SHEETING.
Single bed sheeting In unbleached
only, strong, round thread, heavyweight, wlll soon bleach, per yard 25c
Extra heavy weight, unbleached
round  thread, very special, yard 30c
A Best Value���Splendid weight, perfectly  free  from  dressing,  bound  to
_ve satisfaction. Per yard 35c
OUTWARD RUSH  OF
LADIES' SKIRTS CONTINUES
An attractive offering of new styles
In mohairs, Panama and tweed mixtures, some are pleated, others gored-
Tiiw.e art_ broken lines, but every
slae Is Included in the lot. Regular
. S.50 to $10.00 values for *5.0��
$750 SILK WAI8TS
CUT TO $1.75.
Manufacturers' samples and odd
lines from our regular stock; a good
assortment Of colors In various styleB.
What an opportunity. Your choice
for ��1..b
$125 KID GLOVES
FOR $1.00 PAIR.
A full stock of sizes in black,
brown, and tan kid gloves, nice, soft
finish, good shades and a reliable
make. Regular $1.25 pair. July
lale special, per pair    $1.00
LADIES COATS OF
PLAIN   AND FANCY COVERT, $5.00
Save one-third to a half on these
three-quarter and hip length models
semi-box and fitted back; man-tailored collars and revers, self strapped
and button trimmed. Regular values
to $10.00 for $5.00
A SNAP IN CORSETS,
$5.00 FOR $2.50.
We have gone through our stock
and thrown out all odd sixes and
ibroken lines ln reliable makes, fine
French oontll, cut on dlrectoire or
hlpless models. Regular values to
$5.00, for ��2.50
LADIES' LINEN
ETON COLLARS.
A special purchase, three sizes only,
13, 13 1-2, 14; a unique offer, 2 tor 15e
Hemmed Table Napkins, all ready
for use. Large size, will launder
perfectly, per down $1.25
A large shipment of English Reps,
Piques, Raimi- and plain and striped
Linens just received. Inspect these,
tut come early as the quantity ls
only limited.     From, per yard .. .25c
T. M. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
Oiy News'F^R N'T URE
i-
phi ne 1$.
for th.
garden at Tidy's
I
1 monthly meeting o fthe board
of managers of the Royai Columbian
'���" vii !,,. held today.
BS rransfer leaves every week day
''X1 ��� Sal irday at 3 p.m. for Ladner,
Westham Island and way points, Saturdays al 2 p.m.; returning same day.
See    I-  rtisemeni In this Issue        **
A I. Henley and Supi. of Works
Fuii' is met the Huina y council yes
tern.i. with .ferenci. to tli,. opening
up ol Tenth avenue near Cumberland
street,
For first-class cut bowers and any
kin : of Floral work, telephone Uavies'
Greenhouse, R20S. *���
W M. Hamilton and family, of Nee-
pa".; are spending a short holiday In
New Westminster, the guests or Mr.
Hamilton's brother-in-law, A. 1_ Heth.
erlnt'oii, of Queen's avenue,
.1 arrived, a carload of Roijln
Hood flour Full assortment of s.ses,
24, 49, 98, now in stock. Hale Bros.
& Co., Ltd.
Festerday was the fiftieth anniversary of Governor Douglas' proclamation from Victoria changing thv name
of the infant city of Queensborough
to Xcu Westminster, by decision of
Queen Victoria.
The SS Transfer leaves Bracltinan-
Ker wharf every day for Ladner,
Steveston and way points. Sty new
schedule. **
The main body of the sockeye continues to stay outside the river. A j
number of boats put out yesterday
evening, but the fish were scarce, and
so far as can ha learned the average
catch was only about eleven to Uie
boat.
That    light,    delicious,    wnolesotne i
|  bread  you so much  enjoyed  at  your
friend'-  hou_0 was  made  with  Robin
Hood Flour. ������
The waitresses of the Russell hotel
and other female help employed there
! were taken on a trip up to the Fraser
j River Mills on Monday by Alderman
E. J. Fader, and enjoy_d a pleasant
|afternoon on the river and sightseeing.
Todd's great clearance sale of
pianos will shortly close. Jump in
now and secure a bargain. **
A party of twenty prisoners was removed yesterday by several provin-
'cial i>ol.- officers to the county jail
'at Victoria on account of the over-
!crowding of the local jail, there being
'96 confined before the removal took
effect. Constable Wilkle was one of
the party of guards.
Crystal theatre on Wednesday and
-Thursday, the illustrated song, "When
(Our Firemen Face the Foe," sung by
iW. Howard. This song alone is well
worth  sveing. **
James T. Butterfield, farmer, has
applied to the water commissioner for
!a record of 100 cubic feet from a
strea.ni flowing into the east side of
Pitt Lake eight miles from the mouth.
The  applicant wants  water  for gen-
| stating electric power for manufacturing purposes.
Government Agent Fletcher returned from holding an inqu.ry at tbe
Dewdney school house into the amplication of Harold Kenworthy tc dyke
lands at Hatzlc Prairie. Mr. Fletcher hpard a number of residents, and
a note of the remarks bas bt.n kept
for presentation to the government,
SPRING-SIBLEY  WEDDING.
11 Young  Lacrosse    Player Takes Wife
Unto Himself.
Still the leaders in the House Furnishing business.   Look in and see and be convinced.
W.   E.   FALES,
The Leading Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer   and   Undertaker
612-618 Agnes Street.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No.  2  Dairy   Butter,  per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES  IN  TEAS AND COFFEES.      OUR  40c  COFFEE   (FRESH
GROUND)   IS  A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS Groceries and Crockery ware
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell Hit.l.
J. D. Hansan, Portland, Ore.
W. C. Schulthers, Seattle.
E. M.  Heaps, Vancouver.
J. B. Challie* and wife, Ottawa.
Jas. P. Martin, Toronto.
H. M. Porter, Toronto.
James  Mullin,  Toronto.
D. Wilson, Winnipeg.
A. B- Clark, Tacoma, Wash.
D. E. Snell, Vancouver.
Geo. C. Kroll, Chicago.
C. R. Gordon, Vancouver.
C. F. Oke, Vancouver.
C. H.Cohan, jr., Vancouver.
P. M. Lindsay, Vancouver.
F. J. MacKinnon, Vancouver.
The wedding took place yesterday
'evening at the residence of the brides
father, Seventh avenue, of Albert
'Gordon Spring, the well known lar
crosse player, to Miss L. Eunice Bib-
| ley. Tho bride was accompanied by
her sister, Miss Sibley, and Cyril
Sibley acted as best man. The service was performed by the Rev.
James Ca'-ert and th. beautiful presents inc' ed one from the Westminster Laci se Club, a handsome aide-
board.
The honeyt_oon will be spent In
Victoria.
Our most sincere thanks to all who
showed us so much kindness and
sympathy during our sad bereavement.
MR. and MRS. PAULSEN AND
FAMILY.
Twins
The Summer Vacation and the
Kodak.
Take a Kodak with you this
summer and enjoy your vacation until next year.
Brownies from $1 to $12
Kodaks from ? 10 to $25
We assist beginners willingly
Our stock is complete.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Spectacles 50c up.
Windsor Hotel.
D. W. Ferguson, Vancouver.
Mrs. L. L.Guptill, Victoria.
Eric Horlman, London, Eng.
P. H. Ross, Seattle.
Charle Atkinson, Vancouver.
H. Mclnnis,  Vancouver.
James Chlsholm, Chilliwack,
CHAMBERLIM  SAID TO
BE "IN EXTREMIS."
London, July 20.���It Ib generally
believed today that. Joseph Chamberlain, ex-colonial minister of Great
Britain, is fatally ill. This 'belief Is
founded upon the fact that he was
visited  yesterday  by  King  Edward.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Buck and family
desire to thank their relatives and
friends for their kindnes. and sympathy during their late bereavement.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  PIPE.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, with an inside
diameter of 24 inches, and about
16,000 feet of stsel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's office, City Hall, or at
the office of Messrs. Hermon ft BurweU, Vancouver, B- C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, of the contract price
must be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
July 10, 1909.
The time for receiving tenders aa
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21.
CARD OF THANKS.
The   Favorite   Musical   Show
of All Time
THE ISLE Of 8P1CE
Compiculouely   Clever   Cast   and
Lots of Pretty Girls.
THE ENTERTAINMENT THAT
KNOCKS DULL CARE INTO A
COCKED HAT.
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognised as ens of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had te suffer In the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter Is an
Instance:
New Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I hare already received cheque for 1200.00 In
full  payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some  valuable  stock,  enquire  for particulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE tt.
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Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Homeland Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
ii
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric  Chilliwack Line and V. V.  and  E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
PLAN TO BORE TUNNEL
THROUGH THT ALPS
The French Government to
Undertake This Stupendous Work.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
Post Office and Customs Fittings at
Ladysmith, B. C, Public Building,'
will be received until 4:30 p.m. on
Monday, June 21, 1909, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and in accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished 'by Department.
Plans and specifications may be
eeen on application to Mr. Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building, Ladysmith, B. C, and at the Department
of Public Works, Ottawa.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, May 27, 1909.
Souvenirs
OF  THE  CITY.
LOT AT
FINE
MOREY'S
IN    CHINA,    LEATHER    AND
JEWELRY  NOVELTIES.   SUMMER     READING,     SPORTING
GOODS,   ETC.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
.RESERVE     11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane.
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents In all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
TrttiV   A. sets oVer $168,000,000.00.
iJEM    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
_. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Royal
Standard
Flour
Royai Standard Flour is preeminently a product of quality.
You may buy a cheaper flour,
but flour is the staff of life and
tbe one product which you need
always���a food which above all
others should receive the utmost care in Its manufacture.
We have made a hobby of making good flour. Its reputation
is known throughout British
Columbia. There is and there
can be no better.
Then, too, in each 49-lb.
sack ia placed a numbered coupon entitling you to a chance
to win a beautiful 109-piece dinner eet.
Ask your grocer for Royal
Standard Flour.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING UND
GRAIN CO., Ud.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C-
TIMES ARE STILL HARD
IN NEW ZEALAND
Minister   of   Finance   Proposes   Measures for Establishment of Government Relief Works.
Wellington, New Zealand, July 20.���
New Zealand,  long advertised as the
I best  country    in  the    world  for the
I working   classvs,   has  fallen  ou   sucli
exceedingly  hard  times  at   last  that
I acting Minister of Finance Millar proposes to introduce a bill for insurance
[against    unemployment    at  the  nexi
j session ol* the colonial parliament as
I well as to point out to the lawmakers
[that if the situation is to be relieved
1 as    heretofore    by   enormous public
(works it will be necessary to ntegoti-
j ate another loan and to increase taxation considerably.     The administra-
j tion's opponents argue the system of
j creating of artificial employment by
! means of public works has concealed
' the gravity of    industrial  conditions
jlor some time,  but that the country
has now nearly  reached the end of
'its tether and that no permanent im-
__' provement can ibe hoped  for except
p | by a gradual process of readjustment.
'At present 130,000 people, or nearly
one-seventh of the population, depend
on the state for support, and retrenchment means starvation for them.   The
government has  hitherto been  spending    $12,000,000    yearly    on    public
works, but this year only $7,000,000 is
available.
Both skilled and unskilled labor Is
affected and many workmen who are
London, July 20���The latest de-
mils concerning tlie project of boring
a tunnel through Mont Blanc are
embodied in a report prepared by 'be
French Ministry of Public Works. Tho
great tunnel would begin at Cham-
onix, at a height of ;i,500 feet above
tbe sea level, and would end at Entities, at a height of 4,300 feet, Its
leng*'i  would be eight miles.
it ls not expected that special diflil-
cullb-s will be encountered in the
boring, as tihe Mont Blanc massif Is
held to cotisis-t nf liard granite
throughout and unbearably Irgb tern-
literatures and sudden floodings by
subterranean streams, as in the ease
of the Simplon tunnel, are not looked for. The construction of -it double
track ���."(ectrie railway would, it is
I estimated take five years and cost
,$10,000,000.
Two new connect ing lines with ex-
listing systems would be needed, one
l at tho French end from St. Oervu'.s
To Chamonlx and one on the Kalian
side from Aosta to Bntreves. These
would cost $3,000,000 each. Electric
traction would be indispensable here,
as the gradients of these connecting
links vary from 1 to 50 to 1 In 12V_.
Tho eutlre scheme *����o*_ld thus cost
roughly $18,000,000, which should be
borne equally by France and Italy.
The Mont Blunc dilvct. route would
shorten the Paris-Genoa journey iby
over thirty miles, but Its great political Importance would be 'hat it
would make the British overland mail
to    India     Independent     of     transit
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADB 0IH.T B_
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
through Germany and Switzerland, as 'Dufferin street
FIRST  STREET  SEWEH  NOTICE.
The Miiniciii.il Council of tin Corporation of the Cit) of New Westminster, having by resolution deter-
mined and spi clfled thai it Is desirable to carry out the following works
that is to say:
To construct a sewer to be known
as the ���'First Stn ei Bi wer, on the
following Btreets, nami Ij;
Dickinson Btreet, between Merrltale
aud Elliott s'r. i-
Carnarvon streel between Merrivale
and  Elliott  Btreets.
Armstrong street between Merit.
vale nnd   ISlllotl  sir ets.
Columbia streel between Merrivale
street   and  Leopold  place.
Albert Crescent.
Wellington  street.
Alice street.
Bushby street.
Dufferin street.
Coburg Btreet and lane.
Si.  Anne's  street.
Sarnia street.
Windsor street.
Cunningham street between Merrivale and Windsor streets.
Agnes street, betwe.n Merrivale
nnd  Dufferin  streets.
Elliott   street.
Leopold   place   (part  of).
First street from Agnes k> Elgin-
Roya] avenue trom Clinton place to
Toronto, July 20.���Th. Toronto police have at last discovered who it was
that ran down Frank Korr outside lis
home  on Queen  St.  East on  Friday
���-i    .- ���-i "  *i, ""      ,.        _ -j" T^-'nlgbt with  the American automobile,
able to raise the necessary funds are     ���;  .. ,,      _
leaving for Australia- ' land   then   made  ��ff-
present, and would he directed by
new  Franco-Italian  route.
POLICE KNOW IDENTITY
OF BRUTAL AUTOIST
Drove   Over  a  Toronto  Boy   and   Did
Not Stop���Hid the Car Af��er
Accident.
and
and
SAYS THAT CANADA
GAS DUN tOMDLY
P. O. Box 474.       Tel. 53.       Res. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS.'
GASOLINE  ENGINES.
PALMER
BROS.m.)
WD _OUR|
CYCLE
OASOLINE
ENGINES
French-Canadian   Clerical   Organ  Now
Claims This Country  Should
Have Fought States.
Montreal. July 20.���L'Action Soelale,
the Quebec clerical ogan, does not
take kindly to the proposition to erect
a monument in 1912 to celebrate one
hundred years of peace between Canada and the United States.
"True," says L'Action Soclale, "there
has been no war, but no European
na'lon would have ever endured what
Granville street.
Vancouver street.
Quucn's   avenue  between  First
Second streets.
Third avenue    between    First
Second streets.
Emory stn.t.
Arbutus street.
Fourth   avenue   between   First  and
Second streets.
St.  Patrick's  street    between   Mrst
and  Third streets.
Oakland  street  between    First and
Second streets.
Elgin    street,    between    First  and
Second  streets.
Second   street  between    Third and
Sixth  avenues.
Fifth avenue  between    Second  and
Third  streets.
Brandon street.
Regina  street between   Second   and
Fourth streets.
Sixth rtvenue  between   Second   and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Third streets.
The big grey auto car, which frac- Third street, between Regina Btreet
tured JCerr's leg, and so nearly killed and Flfih avenue,
him, ha_ been hiding ever since on Fourth street between Brandon
the third storey of a large downtown street and Sixth avenue,
building. Its location is known CO And that the said works shall be
the police, and an arrest, it is expect- carried out ln accordance with the
ed,  will be made shortly. provisions of  Ihe Ixical  Improvement
The chauffeur in question has Ween Genera; 'bylaw 1909.
under detective supervision for some I And the City Engineer and the City
tlniie past. He is known to be a reck-jAsBessor having reported to the Coun-
less driver, and his boastings of the ell In accordance with the provisions
way in which he had made people of the said bylaw upon the said
jump with fright when he had charged \ works giving statements showing the
into them had been carried to head- amounts estimated to he chargeable
quarters, though so far the police had against the various portions of real
been unable to obtain a case against property to be benefited by the said
him, warranting criminal proceedings, works and other particulars and tbe
Since the running down of little said reports of the snld City Engineer
Frank Kerr, however, further inquiries and City Assessor having been adopt-
have led the police to the conclusion wd by the Council,
that this "boaster'' is the man who | Notice Is hereby given that the said
dashed along Queen St- as stated, with reports are open for Inspection at the
such a serious result. Why the man office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
has not already been placed under ar- Columbia street, New Westminster,
rest will no doubt be fully explained B. C, and that unless a petition
when tbe officers secure their man, as  against the    proposed    works    above
Westminster
Transfer toj
ufflce 'Phone 110.     Barn  Pbon
Columbia stree.
Baggage    delivered    promptly
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauk
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT*
SPRING
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THK
MEATtl
Central Meat Marki
Corner Eight- St and   Fifth Am,|
PHONE 170.
���OWELL a OODr. Pr ._ntt_n
Grand Trunk fy,
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston
And all the principal business cento.I
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and tht Mi_ f
TIME PRQVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YQttM
PHILADELPHIA, .via Uiaganfl
For Tim�� Tables, etc   addrea
GEO. W. VA   x.
Assistant Gen'I Passer*;.*, r atThtt
Agent, 136 Adams St.. i'him_l_-
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, 0AR0R0S8, ATlfl
WHITE IIOR3E, DAWSON and Fi*
BANKS. Dally trains (except Sin*.
carrying passengers, uml expreii*!
freight connect with itagei at Ct
cross and White Hor.-, malstlfl
a thorough winter service,
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Uaotpt
Canada has endured from the United '����\���7p. Vi_f A��A *, miin' M **��� tho "^Posed works above
States without flying to arms. The Cmenl'6 ^ CM d�� a'm<m My m'nttone�� S-K��^ ft a majority of the
settlement of t.he American and Cana-1   owners  of  the  land  or real  property
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYER3
Successor to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 106.
:,�����; fe f ,   J&6.SS
WESTMINSTI.R
Iron  Works
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
renl- Street,   ���   New Westminster
settlement of the American and Cana
dian countries have brought about the
loss of territory to Canada quite as
large as the province of Quebec. We
have lost the greater part of the
Valley of ibe St. John river, almost
the whole of the present state of
Maine, vast stretches of territory along
the Maniioba frontier, and that of the
new provinces which today is a part
of Oregon and lately a part of the
Yukon."	
The Royal Bank of Canada
(incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,0.0
Total Assets 55,000,000
WANT IRRIGATION COMPANY
TO CONSTRUCT BRIDGES
Leilibridge, July 20���Attorney-General Cross has brought an action
against the Alberta Railway & Irr!.
gation company lo compel them to
.build bridges over the irrigation
ditdbes. where these cross the public
highways. Tbe company Claims that
j tlie right to build ditches gives t__
right to cross the road allowances.
This Is a very Important ease for the
people  iii  tile  irrigated  districts.
to ibe assessed or charged in respect
of such works representing nt least
one-half In value thereof Is presented
to the Council within fifteen days
from the date of the firs' publication
jof this notice the Council will proceed with the proposed Improvements
under such terms and conditions ns
to the payment of tho cost of such
Improvements a^ the Council may by
bylaw In that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the snld
assessment-
Dated thi
1909.
"The Milwaukee"
I7lh day df July   ^    |)
W. A. DUNOAN,
City Clerk.
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul*
Chicago, "8hort Line," Omaha I
Chicago, "South West L'miM'
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service en �����
railroad in the work! that equal I
equipment that of the I'lnrngo,��
waukee & St. Paul Ral i.v TW
'Wn and operate their own ���!������
and dining oars on all their tralMJ
give their patrons an excellsnci ��
service not obtainable ��� I    ���''""'���
H. S. ROWE, ''<��� ���  ral AS91-
184 Third St.. cor. Alder  Por'lairfJ
NOTICE.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from $12./.
J.
Silver   Watches,  gents'   open   face
f��.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
|7.60 up.
Agent for Waltbam and Elgin
��� atches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F- CRAKE
Ceo. Adsuns, Crocs r
Notice   Is   hereby   given   that   t_e
"Pitt  River  Lumlber  Company,  Limited,"   having  applied   to  His  Excellency the Governor-General ln Council
for the approval of a certain Bite for
the  construction   of   certain   booms
and   booming   grounds   in   the   I'i't
River, in the District of New Westminster,  Province of  British  Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, at
'Ottawa,  plans    of    said booms  and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, and. have
alBo deposited a duplicate of each in
the office of the Registrar of Deeds
for  the  said  District of  N.w  Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to be constructed, ln accordance   with   the   requirements   or
Section  7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS.
Solicitors for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
In  and
cited.    ^^^^^
SAVINGS BANK
out of  town  accounts
DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought nnd sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New  Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
m
Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
transcontinental     service
Pullman tourist and din-
p-m.
Double
dally, with
Ing cars.  J^^^^^^^^^^
Atlantic Express  leaves at 9
m.
Eastern   Express   leaves  at  7
St. Paul train leaves at 2:10.
Cheaip excursion Aug. 11 and 1
For full particulars, apply to
C. B. FOSTER. E. GOULBT,
O. P. A., Vancouver.    C.P.R. Agt
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price, (kli or
phone your orders to 101, and have
         fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVE3, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA  8T��EET.    PHONE   101. /EDN-SDAY,  JULY 21,
1909.
TIIE DAILY NEW&
PAGE  SEVKN.
[ailway Time Tables
LATE SPRING BRINGS
SUGFERING TO LAPPS
I  c   E. R- Westminster Branch.
,-,   _k Day Scneauie.
iver ior .New West,
.     6:60. 7:30 and 8:00
-all hour thereaitei
,:ii.
v,. .tmlnster for \an
GOMPERS fiGHTS
Of -OCIAUSil
In
Middle  of  June Valleys  Wer.   Bur
ied Deep in  Snow and  Horses
Could  Not Graze.
It
6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and     Sux.k.1(.iin,   Ju
ly 20.-
jrave
ir_.
* Not in Favor of
Methods of Re-
.    -,.,-y balf hour there-  ghlpj_ ^^ ()Vl,,.ulkc.n l)l(. \A1:.r> in tli
pH 00 I'm. northern part of Sweden as thi   r
Sjnday Schedule. |l(  Ule hackward spring and sumi
aver :<>r New West- U^gge  utQe  men  depend  almost   ���
��� and 9:00 a.m., andjtllvly  on  ,h_   lvin,|(.,,r for    .,, ,.
thereafter   un,i.UlolKe.    Thc ���ownss of    Ul��� ,1;  . .'fYlYfJlli
Ipearance of ihe ice has made It dill ...  a.  the Inte pal
... Westminster for Van-^t f0r tiha herda to flmi*gr_tlni hi ild tn .\     ist
a in., and every half and   the  animals have  succiiiu
-v���Samuei     '���
American i- di i ition
i received w.th i
neb laboi leaders and
I.,   ou-    .   ...j     ��     -.--      _     ��� -    -_-^_._.v.j     111
. -yn m-.oo p.m. Last j large numbers to the cold and bui
- ivspaper today  published
��  Ui    Mr.   Qomj    : 111
Hi., middle, of June the t.i American labor leadi    . \
were buried deep iu snow  and while    his   organisation
.McQuarrie, Local Manager, New muss Wils obtainable.   Driven bj closer  relations and
Westminster. ine,  the reindeer came  down   to ition with the workmen's
farmer's land only to full a pre.   to ������ oard ami that it  has
the dog- which are kept for t;���. ..-.-������: its sympathj   with
pose of confining the relndeei
in  Lapp territory.    Many expect  that
I civilization  win  affect the  Lapp
ir. Seattle 3:5a jit has affected tli- Indians in Am   I _
| The  government   wisli.-s  to
ar. Seattle 9:40 .,|lem 1|1U llle settlers in the far oortb
Great   Northern  Railway.
iNAV   g ar.  Seattle  3:35
IN. W
\. w. i
:n.
IN. W. 12:
Ige;
Ki
Keattle 11
Iseattlf 12
.  ar. Seattle
"  a.m.!  ar. N. W.
want them removed,
i :1_
tl :
p.m.
p.m.
ar
N. W.
ar. N.W.
ar. N.W.
9:3U
6:20
6:26
I.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send von
free a cake of their famous Plantd
toilet   soap,  if   you mention   this   paper.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
lave? New Westminster on Tues-
[at 10 am . re turns at 5 p.m. to
Leaves Thursday, 4  p.m., ar-
In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
|ay at 3:50 p.m., arrives  In  city
trday at 9 a.m.
laves Port Qulchon at 1 p.m. on
May, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
I a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
|hon 6 p.m., Thursday aad Friday.
aves Guichon  G a.m. each  week
arriv. s  8:50   a.m.
_ves N. W.  3:50  p.m.  dally  ex-
Sunday;  ar.  Gulchon  at  7  P-m.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND
ITRATED   SONGS    OF    THE
HIGHEST CLASS.
ILLUS
VERY
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE   EACH   DAY   2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c.
R :   bi  against oppression
3 matei ial aid, uv. rthelesa li ni-
ntaining its dlstlm tive
tei which Incl ides social, po-
I legisladv. o lectives.
\\. frenchmen k io-�� hat you lo
not accept our bo ..: ��� v philosophy
but do you believe In thi v rpetuatlon
of the wage system" Mr. QomperS
was .i    ���
"I do not desire to express an opinion." 1,,. ri plied. '1 wail progress but
I do not li- sit ate to say that 1 preter
peaceful means. In America the only
thing that count.-- is Improvement in
the welfare of the working classes.
It is a mistake, I cotil i even Baj a
crime, to expect the growing povety
and exasperation of the working class*
es to bring about any sudden improvement in their condition. The hungry
and jioor can riot but tbey are incapable of sustained effor1."
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
TIME TABLE-
S. Kerland
av. Langley at HDD am.; arrive
Drt Haney at 8:16 a.m.. arrive at
dam Landing at B:30 a.m.; ar
|-i Hammond at ^:40 a.m.; arrive
t Kells at 9:00 nm.; arrive at
(Westminster at 10:_0 a.m.
_\e New Westminster at 4:00 p.-
nlve at l'ort Kells at 5:30 pm.;
|e nt Hammond at 6:00 p.m.; ar
Mr Adams landing at 6-15 p.m.:
le at Port Haney at 6:35 p.m.; ar-
fat Langley at 7:00 p.m.
paving  B.  &  K.   Wharf,  daily  ex-
Saturday.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
E       DAILY NEWS
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the ntor<) where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds ln
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Come and s��e how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.
GOOD TIMES COMING
SAYS JAMES J. HILL
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
��������������������������������������.
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Electric Railway Service j
Interurban Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  and way
station,  will  run every halt
hour  rrom   5:50  a. m. Last
ear leaves at 11 p. ja.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
City  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
halt past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday servlee half-hourly be.
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ud
Think* That Once Tariff l, Out of the
Way  Things Will  Boom  in  the
United States.
Washington, July 20.���"As soon aa
��be tariff is out of the way," said J-
J. Hill, tbe railroad magnate, who
yesterday was one of President Talt's
callers, "this country will enjoy a
prosperity which will equal, ii not
surpass, that which it knew under Uie
McKinley administration. Last month
I travelled extens'vely through the
West and 1 never saw such acUvlty
among the farmers. Every wlur. l
made enquiry and learned and saw
that the crops were abundant and
that the farmers were satisfied. SignB
of the financial depression of 190? are
fast fading. Freight cars will bo at
a premiuin within a few weeks. Wfl
of the railroad world judge the prosperity of the nation as much by the
number of Idle cars as anything else.
Throughout th-e past year there iiave
been thousands of idle cars, but they
will soon be rolling about the country
filled with freight."
Mr. Hill says he expects to return
to the St. Lawrence in the summer
and resume his fishing.
Sultan Regains Treasure.
Vienna, July 20.���Saloului dispatch
reports that the manager of the
Deutsch bank, with a military escort,
has arrived there bearing tihe Sultan s
personal treasures, Including fourteen
bags of gold, many boxes oi .ana bills
and jewels. The treasure was deposited in the Ottoman bank. Later It
was delivered to the Sultan personally In the presence of officials of the
Constantinople government.
Cold In Switzerland.
Vevey, Switzerland, July 20.���lt
snowed heavily up In the Alaps during the past week. It Is many years
since there has been such a wintry
July. In some places In the mountains the cows had to he sent down
again to the valleys on account of the
Intense cold, the pastures being covered with snow.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mmnmtmctmrere mod Demsere m At J_m_   mt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St
TENDER*.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon on the
���eoond day of August for the purchase
of a quantity ot Umber on the Indian
Reserve at Campbell River. This
Umber consisting of one million feet
moro or less, has been felled and eat
Into lengths ready to haul. A few trees
in the block are sUll standing.
The tenders will state the price P*r
thousand feet board measure according to the official Scale of British Columbia, which will be paid ln casta
for the Umber as it Is at present �����
the ground. The timber must be removed before tbe thirty-first day of
March. 1910.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
By authority of the Department Ot
Indian Affairs.
W. IS. HAL-IDA Y,
Indian Agent,
Alert Bay, B. c.
The Daily News
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PHONES:
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R 22    Editorial   Rooms
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
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them during the day
The Daily News
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vertising public
If you are not a subscriber to The Daily
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well informed on the
news of the day.
Keep yourself posted
by reading ALL the
news early each morning in The Daily News
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busy housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
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to print. We re-
port all the gossip worth while
Births, marriages,
deaths, school doings,
church notes, foreign
news, political intelligence, marine news,
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months? That's Jail
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Get your name on our
delivery list TODAY
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we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
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SCYTHES,      SNATHS,      HAY-
RAKES,      SCYTHE      STONES,
HAY FORKS.
NEW MEN TO PLAY
SATURDAY'S GAME
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
t "Buck" Marshall Will Be on
e
i     Defence   and   Lund    on
Home Against Vancouver.
WE  HAVE A  SCYTHE "MADE
IN    SWEDEN,"    WHICH    WE
RECOMMEND TO  YOU.
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The lineup of the Salmon Bellies
team will be thoroughly overhauled
nt a meeting of the executive of the
New Westminster Lacossc Club to t_
belli in Ryall's drug store this evening. The nianagi-Mcnt realizes tbat
If tbe team is to make any headway
against Vancouver on Saturday, radical measures are necessary, and these '
A'ill be taken at this evening's meeting.
Galbralth Will Not Play.
It   is   now   practically  assured  tba' [
several  Important    changes    will  be
made In the lineup.     In the first place ,
it  is   very  improbable  that  Galbralth
will figure on Saturday's team.      'l'he
News  was yesterday informed  by of-
Dclals of tbe club that bis condition !
jwao not satisfactory, and that it bad \
jbeen  practically    decided  to try out
someone else in bis place. This, how-
! sver, Is not the only trouble that is j
(worrying the management.     Grumpy
[Spring, the speedy little home player,
I took a wife unto himself last evening. \
'and has since left cn bis honeymoon. ;
lit is feared that he will not  be back |
by   Saturday,    and   a  substitute   wlll
[probably  have to be    found  for  hlm
also.
Gray Was Injured.
Then, again. Gray's condition is
[Worrying the executive. Gray w*as
hit over the heart by the ball in Saturday's game, and is feeling the effect of the blow badly. It is hoped
One $150 Piano-case Organ for $100 |that he may be all right by next Sat-
One $125 Piano-case Organ for $90. i urday, tout the management this even-
One    7-Octave     Piano-case   Organ, jlnS wl" Provide a substitute t0 take
Special
Organ
Sale
This
Week
..*:
Piano-case Organs,
$85 for $��0. j
$175,00 for $100.
Two    6-Octave
$150 for $100.
One 5-Oetave High Top
One slightly used Organ, was $125
for $40.
One Dominion Piano; $350 for $200.
THIS    WEEK    ONLY���Sale
July 21.
his place in the event of his not being
Big
OPEN EVENINGS
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADA|MS.  Prop.
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO Oil
TO KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
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LADIE5:
able to play
At last evening's practice a number of candidates for the seniors*
team turned out to practice and their
work was closely watched by President Lynch, Manager Welsh and Secretary Ryall. "Buck'' Marshall, the
Closes j speedy defence man of the West End-
iers, and Lund, the best home man on
Jf f    *T,_r\rNTVG l'^6" same    team. were the   two who
.  fl,    i \Jgj\j %y jlooked good   . them, and their names
j were included in the probable llneiip
��jf        ��� ��f for   next   Saturday,   ns   given   to   the
iVIllCir       H__llC_*!NeWS b>'  Manager  Welsh.
1UUMI     1J.UU5C Probab|e Lineup
i This tentative arrangement of the
'team in full is as follows: Goal,
!Gray; point. J. Gifford; cover point,
T. Gilford; defence field, Marshall, G.
Rennle, T. Rennie; centre. \V. Turn-
bull; home field, C. Spring, Lund.
Wlntemute; outside home L. Turn-
bull;  inside home, Latham.
If Grumpy Spring is buck from his
honeymoon In time for the game, it
ls probable that he will play at inside. Inasmuch, however, as he Is
not likely to he home by that tim., lt
is likely thai the team will take the
field as above.
Management Up Against IL
The management is certainly up
against it at the present time. One
quarter of the team is off for the remainder of the season, at any rate,
while for one reason and another the
efficiency of others is not first-class.
Those who are out of the gam�� for
the season, if not longer, are Bryson,
Alex. Turnbull and Pat Feeney, none
of whom are exoected to play again
this year. As already mentioned
Gray may not be able to play on Saturday, while George Rennie will be
handicapped iby a bad ankle, the result of tho last game.
A desperate attempt will be made
to get the te-un in good shxpe for
next Saturday, and practices will be
held every evening this week. The
management wants to see a full attendance of the members of the team
at every one.
We have a large and up^o-date assortment of girls' and misses' dresses In sizes up to 16 years.      Prices from 75c up.
Ladies blouses ranging up to $3.65 to clear at, each   95c
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
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BEAVER BACK AGAIN.
Will   Make   Her  Regular Run  Upriver
j Today.
'    The steamer Beaver arrived in port,
I yesterday   evening,   from   Vancouver,,
j where she had   ibeen   on the marine
| ways  undergoing repairs.
The damages done in the course of
'tli^ recent'annual tr:p to lhe head of
Harrison lake were attended to, while
I she was away, and she was provided
with a new bow anil shoe,
Shu was also repainted, and now
looks like a now boat, Owing to
lack of time, the smokestack was not
renewed, as bad hern at first planned.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to the Placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office up to the first day of November,
1909. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
8ongs.
ESTABLISHED,
rim
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pp
/___S__t^__* \ h\__J
'Incorporated
1905. 1
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, weo-
n-sdny and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
J:30 p. m.
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FOR SALE.
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
OUTFIT COMPLETE
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
STORE  CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY  EXCEPT  SATURDAY.
ATTRACTIVE
Offerin
For Toda
Many items which are worth investigating on sale in every department.
SPECIAL SUMMER
PRICE REDUCTIONS
ON WHITEWEAR
Ladies' whitewear of every description at prices which afTord customers
substantial saving.
CORSET COVERS.
Regular value 50c;   Now 35c.
Three dozen ladles' new corset covers all sizes, neatly trimmed with lace
and insertion. Regular value 50c;
now 35c
ONE  LOT, 25c EACH.
One lot ladies' white cambric corset covers In which some of the better lines will be found slightly soiled.
All sizes. Regular values 35c to 75c.
Special price, each , .... ..25c
$1.75  NIGHT  DRESSES,
NOW $1.35 EACH.
Fifty only ladles' English cambric
night dresses In several new, popular
styles, All sizes. Your choice,
each S1-35
LADIES' WHITE
CAMBRIC DRAWERS,
SEVERAL   STYLES,
50c PER PAIR
Four dozen ladies' drawers, made
from good quality cambric in several
styles, all sizes, per pair 50c
SPLENDID  UNDERSKIRTS,
90c EACH
The ibest underskirt value offered
in a long time. Five dozen serviceable cambric underskirts, rqade full,
with lace trimmed, flounced or hemstitched frill. Regular values $1.15
and $1.25.      Special price, each  ..90c
ALLOVER   EMBROIDERY,
25c  PER  YARD.
Regular value 40c to 76c,
Ten pieces Swiss cambric allover
embroidery, _t) inches wble, -small design, suitable for waists or yokes. On
sale 25c
ORIENTAL LACES,
15c  PER  YARD
Regular 25c to iOc values.
One lot of ereum and white Oriental laces 3 to 6 inches In width. Finland medium net with light or heavy
edge. Odd lengths make up tin's
special assortment. On sale, per
yard    ;.15_.
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
SMALL WARES JUST IN
Direct from England     A splendid
assortment of much wanted small,
every-day necessities; Safety Plus.
Beauty Pins, Tie Pins, Long Hat Pins
Elastics, Thimbles, Needles, Mending
Wools, ln all shades and hundreds ol
other articles too numerous to mention. No article too small for us
to sell. You get the same attention
at this store for your small want*
that you obtain for your larger requests. Ask us for your I mal I
wants.
"BEAUTY"
COLLAR SUPPORTERS.
A new lot of these popular collar
supporters is now in stock. Shown
in 2 1-2 and .1 Inch lengths with Imitation pearl, garnet, turquoise, emerald or gold mountings.     Per pair 25c
LARGE FRINGE  HAIR  NETS,
10c EACH
Twelve dozen superior grade hair
nets In a full range of shadings now
in stock. They are made of real
silk Imitation hair, are strong and
durable. Onc of the best, nets sold
at the price. Our special price,
each 10c
NEW CAMP BLANKET8
Just in���a splendid line of dark grey
union wool blankets, suitable for
camp use. Two sizes. Per pair
$2.50 and $3.00.
LADIES'   HOSE  SUPPORTERS
25c   PER   PAIR
Regular $1.25 and $1.50.
Fifteen pairs only, ladles' two-pie'"
bose Supporters fitted with C. M. C.
clasps, which fasten on the corsets.
Colors are sky, pink, heliotrope, car
diiial, yellow and black and whin'.
On sale, per pair 25c
"HERCULES" HOSE
FOR BOY8.
The strongest ho_e for boys as the
iianie would Imply. They are the
bose which give the maximum amount
of wear and they are sightly stockings, 1-1 rib, fast black and perfect
in shape and fit. All sizes 6 to 1"
laches, per pair 35c

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