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 riRE INSURANCE
AUG 29 i908
"<Cr��^- ^hite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone,85
BTIUNSTER,  B.  C,   FRIDAY  MORNING   AUGUST 88, 1!��IIS-
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
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DEW DRESSING ROOM
,otballClubAppointsDepu-
tion to Ask Millowners
Assist With Lumber.
to
, Westminster
ig assembled at
. ,, Qing decided
tot&all club in m
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, the millmen for
Te"2
frora   the   lacrosse
thel|    | ,. -iui. room lor
coramittee  consisting
H    McMillan
BAND CONCERT.
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ienew Pri !ldenl' _ _. ._   ,
Wflde were appointed to In-
he miiiownera as to the pOs-
���sisting    with    ma
il!, o,
���viev.*
liiity of them
Program  of  Musical  Selections to   Be
Played at Crescent This Evening.
��� inly one more band concert is billed
to follow tonight's muslcale at Albert
Crescent,. For this reason, given fair
weather, a large crowd should turn
out to enjoy the concert, which will
be rendered hy from eighteen to
twenty pieces, The following is the
program selected by Bandmaster J, vv.
Rushton: March, "Laurel Wreaths and
Swords" (Vou lilon.; overture,
"Sounds from England" (Langey);
serenade, "When the Moon Plays
Peek-a-boo" (Williams); "selection,
"Marltana" (Wallace); vocal boIo,
"Would You Care" (Harris), \Y. Mortis; grand march, "Tannhauaer" (Wagner); Intermez7_o, Moonlight"
(Moret); medley, "Promenade" (Mac-
kle); march,"Soldiers Blood" (Kretch-
mer). Next week Arthur G. Williams,
a talented bass soloist, will sing at tbe
last concert of the season.
takinf.
POI HUMTtRS WARNED ATTEMPTED MURDER
FROM PUT MEADOWS! IN SOUTH VANCOUVER
Farmers  Advise  Constable!Suspect   Captured   Shortly
That All Hunters on Their |    After Crime Is Commit
Lands Are Trespassers.
ted   Victim a Woman.
The >   . Pitl
hunting -1   ,-. i i,
ibing of the pa
Meadows   as
now    probab y
*l
a
^^^^^^^^^^kt a receut meet-   woman
in_r of ��� irmi .   in that locality a reso
lUtiOi)
Over some   quarrel    the   cause   of
which  i-    a      pre enl    unknown,    a
living   in   South      Vancouvei
tir. McMillan, In taKing the chair,
nked thc members for electing him
am*. Tbe secretary, G. H. Steffens,
,orted that the number of signed
lyers was about twenty-eight, and
i club membership was increasing.
S Issue of tickets to the subscribers
left to the executive, as well as
I design.
the secretary was authorized to Join
(league committee in the purchase
balls at wholesale prices for the
an. The team will continue In red
, blue colors, and the purchase of
:u_ left to the executive to ob-
t price?,
be meeting decided to thank the
council for fixing up the Moody
Iare grounds, and to ask for the use
he council roller at an early date.
, selection committee consisting of
fcsrs. Beaton, Anderson and Davis
next elected, with power to add
) to the number.   To clear the air
meeting passed a resolution em-
pering vice-presidents to vote at
cutive meetings. All meetings will
loi.n to the press
Practice Match Today.
Ira   ��� ������   were fixed tor   Tuesday.,.'
Bndays and Saturdays   at   Moody
lm   II was further    resolved   to
I -���-,��� ral meetings   on    the   last
(irsday of each month, the first to
on   September   24.    B.    Murchle
��� ed the use of the room at
itspos    of the club and executive,
hla evening, at 6 p.m., a practice
i will bi  playi I, tbe teams being
sen Irom Barbaree, Clark,   Kirby,
i'     ���'���     ���-.  Peele, tiibson. Craig,
I'n C .:,v  l, Duncan,    Margraves,
ett, Chambers, Mill. Hunt-
Son, Murch i. Haves, Bridge, Maclean, Christie, Waldie. Craig, ("arse
Wilson.
Game on Labor Day.
(rrangements are being made with
Coquitlam team for a match here
���"���'"' Day, and a team will be
��>en from the above to represent
(cial
l
UR TENDER STRUCK MAN
ON GRADE NEAR CRESCENT
logger Failed to Keep Clear of Track
and Was Badly Injured���Motor-
man Not to Blame..
was adopted forbidding sportsmen from entering fenced lands without the perm! ���ion of the owner.
Trespassers will be prosecuted .The
task of patrolling this well known retreat of snipe, ducks, grouse and
pheasants has been delegated to Constable Scott, of Coquitlam municipality.
The farmers deolare that they were
prompted to this action owing to the
carelessness and wanton disregard of
scores of hunters from Vancouver and
New Westminster for property interests. In many instances the Sunday
invasion   exceeded  a  hundred sports
was yesterday afternoon shot at and
badly wounded by a man supposed to
lie Lor, nzo Lafrance, a Spaniard who
has tjeen a resident ol Vancouver for
some time, Lafrance was captured
yesterday evening while making his
way towards this city, and is being
held on B charge of shooting with intuit to do grievous bodily barm. The
accusation may yet bo changed to ono
of murder, should the woman die from
the effects of the wound received.
A description of Lorenzo was telephoned over to the police of this city
yesterday evening, with request that
all avenues of escape Le watched. The
CLOUTERS.
Third    Team    of    Promising    Baseball
Players Spring   Into   Existence.
1   eal   success    and    publicity
attondi I the entrj into the
those now  famotfs
���.   ���. ii. of I all play ers, I be Ftusl
!���       and  -in    Sinkers,   h   n spon
fi i  the formation of a third team ol |
iiid<   cnasers thai  is aching for |
lance to try conclusions with one
of the above named nines.   As a compliment to the captain and  man i ���
of the aspirants, Girard Clute, the new
team will be known as the Clouters.
These are the boys who promise to
do wonderful things with the walloping wand: Peele, p; Clute, <���-. 11
Leamy, lb; Windsor, _^b; Robertson,
3b; Morrison, ss; L. Turnbull, If; McArthur, cf; Fletcher, rf.
The Clouters announce their intention of challenging the winners of tonight,      Rustlers-Sinkers      game     at
Queens park, to a match on Saturday
I Of next.
'CONFliCTING CLAIMS
! FOR WATER AT BARNET
Saw Mills and New Chemical Company Want Supply
From Same Creek.
OPIUM SMUGGLING
ON THE INCREASE
About 1:15 p.m. yesterday Btreet
car No. S.7 struck a man named Dan
Mclnnes who was on the track between Albert Crescent and Leopold
place.
Motormau J. Groves and two others
saw the man get on the track, and
believe that he was under the influence of liquor. He had just previously got out of the way of an uphill car. When the car was about ten
feet from bim, Mclnnes returned to
the track, and although the power was
switched off and the brakes applied.
the fender hit him, sending the unfortunate man off the track, fracturing
his left leg below the knee, and serl- j
ously injuring his head, tendering h'ro ;
unconscious.
The man  was brought down in the
car, and attended by Drs. Walker and,       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Kenny,  being  subsequently  conveyed *,ia*  is  ���"'*"-  carried  on  more
to the hospital. ,"��'"  a"rn<ia ,h�� r:<���dian  b
He Ls well known in town, about 46
years of age,  and a  logger.    He
unmarried,  and  a native    of    Grand
Rapids, Mich. j
men,  many of  whom  were mere  pot-1 message was followed shortly after by
hunters.     Tbe     visitors     are     also j another to the effect  that    the    man
charge 1 with leaving fence gates open ! wanted had been captured,
and tramping    through    uncut    grain]    So far. I_orenzo has made no state-
flelds, thus causing damage amount- jjnent; conocernlng   the    crime    with
ing ln the aggregate to a considerable
figure.    So numerous  were the  visitors and so careless were they in their
aim that many of the residerts    had
narrcw  escapes  from   being shot   by
amateur hunters.
which he is charged.
FIGHTING JOE TRAINS HIS
EYE TOWARDS OTTAWA
Joseph   Martin,   K.   C,   Is a   Possible
Candidate   in  the Forthcoming
Dominion Election.
STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY
IS RENEWED THIS EVENING
Stars   of   the   Diamond   Are    Pitted
Against Each Other in Titanic
Battle at Queens Park.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B l    Queens park will be
Canadians Are Putting Drue baseU:1 tana this ewnln& the aUrac-
�� �� Uion being another mixup between the
AcrOSS Border Before New j Sinkers and the Rustlers,  two nines
Law Becomes Effective.    *of a,"'"t ���I*l<jroational ���'*"������ ��* un-
'disputed   nerve  and  self    confidence.
Bellingham, Aug- -"
DIG DUCK DEAR DELAYS
FUNERAL CORTEGE ON ISLAND
Opium smug-
  extensively  across the  Canadian  border
near this city than fo: some time past,
Ig|according to    information   that    has
reached  the customs officials,  and as
.a  result   the  efforts to    prevent    the
practice are   being    redoubled.    Men
are  i,eing shifted  from  their old  stations to more   advantageous   places,
uni every  possible channel by whicli
'the smuggling could be conducted  is
Bitter rivalry exists between the
teams, every player being dead anxious to form ; art of the winning aggregation after tonight's battle. As the
previous match between these ball
pounders resulted in A tie, the
superiority of either is still in doubt.
The last game was called on account
of darkness, but an early start at 5*. 30
p.m. todav will obviate the necessity
of this happening this evening.
The    high    salaried    future    major
leaguers  will  display their ability in
and
SINCE RUPERT  PROPERTY
ASSESSED AT $150,000
ert, Aug 27.    J. K. Wors-
or and  collector  for   Vic-
!|   ���  ict, which  takes
���. as    in    Prince
-  sing property,
.-a,,-s as to whal 
lie w;..                  ;!:,. railway com
townsite, and did six chinamen billed as
���. -������ i thel. iHitid-
*!���    Til,. III'-.  .1- -e .-,-
��� ;. ,i     Mr. Wors-
^^^^^^^^^Jit  lair tJ ,as.,ess
I
Nanaimo, Aug. 27.���A most unusual
thing happened at the tuner;.! yesterday of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael, in Oyster Hay district. I'rior
to the coffin being brought out, the
torses had shown great signs of rest-,
lessness and fright.   Just as the pail-]���" law Prohibits the m
bearers were putting the body into the1"!'''"" and also the ����1��
, hearse, a big black bear appeared on
��� the road a short way from the funeral
I cortege almost causing a panic among
the horses.   The bear remained there
for some flve minutes before walking
a v. aj.    It is a long time since a ' ear
|has been seen in this  pan  of the district.
Owen,    c;
Rvall 3b;
being guarded.   Collector of Customs j the following positions, weather
Harper arrived in the city today on a -circumstances permitting*.
trip <>f Inspection over this part of his     Rustlers���Bilodeau,    p;
district. ! Mclntyre, lb;   Gordon, 2b.
Mjr, Harper states "that the increased I Lewis,  ss;   Clute, if;    McLean,    cf;
vigilance on the  part of the custom.-  Owen, rf.
Inspectors Is due to a new law which;    Sinkersr���Anderburg,  p.;   Welsh,   c;
has recently  been  passed In Canada, j Sinclair, lb; Yuill, 2b; Robertson, 3b;
lanufacture of; McPhail,  ss;   Eckart,   If,   Mannering.
   sale of the drug, ef; Kenny, rf.
I!,- declares that the Canadians have  ______________
only about six more months under the)D0M,N|0N BAPTIST
now law to dispose of the opium they
haw  on   hand,  and   that   they     have! UNIONJTO  BE FORMED
enough  of  the  drug  to  supply  their
customers a. the ordinary rate for the! Tor0ato- Au* 27-~A Dr��Ject t0 unlu'
������v th- years. Consequently they a11 Ba��u**t associations of Canada Into
must dispose of their stocks in   Borne\����� b0ll>'  la  makiu�� raPId  progress.
__,���..   Ontario, Quebec. Maritime   and Man!
Political rumors to the effect that
Fighting Joe'' Martin has announced
his intention of contesting the Dominion seat for Vancouver as au independent Liberal candidate are current
in the Terminal City at the*- present
time and find a certain measure
of credence among men who are generally supposed to be well posted on
matters pertaining to the political
situation. Mr. Martin will return home
on Saturday from his trip to England,
and will probably make a pronouncement as to his intentions.
Joseph   Martin,  K. C,    bears    the
same relation to an election in Canada that William Jennings Bryan does
to a presidential contest in the United
States.    He is always to be reckoned
with  as  a possibility,   and    the    announcement of his entry into the lists
is never a surprise.   8hould he finally
decide to make a bid for the votes of
the Vancouver electorate, it will most
probably mean a four cornered fight in
that city, as the labor men are   almost
certain to put a candidate in the field.
Before Mr. Martin left on his vacation trip he stated to friends that   he
would be an independent candidate In
tiie  coming    election,    whoever    the
candidates of the   respective   parties
might be.
Watei   Commissioner C   C,   Fisher
was occupied a considerable time yes.
terday hearing the conflicting claims
of   Industrial  concerns  to  lake   water
from  the creeks on lots 212 and  213
f, r manufacturing    purposes.    These
lots practically  form the Bite of Bar-
net, and the contention ol Mr. Qrlffen,
Of Tupper at Qrlffen,    was    that    the
North   Pacific     Lumber    Co.,   Barnet,
having  learned   tljat   the    clients    he
represented, l*_. VV. McLean and Hope,
Oraveley & Co., Vancouver, were putting ln a record  for   water    rrom    a
creek  which  ran  through both    their
properties got their papers in first to
the  commissioner's    office,   although
the notice of the McLean application
was on the ground prior to this date,
I.e., August 24, while the North Pacific
notice    was    posted    in    the    office
-\ugust 25.
New Chemical Works.
Mr. Grlffen secured without difficulty the other four applications he
made, flve inches in each case, explaining that the water was for a new
chemical works owned by the Nlcholls
conipany. The lumber company, rep-
, resented by Mr. Bloomfield, of Wilson,
,����enkler & Bloomfield, Vancouver, opposed this record in which themselves
were concerned, the general manager,
H. De Pencler, giving evidence that
the North Pacific Lumber company
intended to build another mill, and in
fact the foundations were already ln.
They needed the water to supply their
plant and the houses of the work people, and hail been using water from
these creeks for the past nineteen
years.
lt. was stated that other applications
for the use of the water available from
the creeks flowing into Burrard inlet
will be heard next month, several applications having been already filled
including tha.. of Charles Smith Battle-
who intends to build a saw mill near
Barnet.
The commissioner reserved his decision till tomorrow.
HOLDUP MEN  MURDER
HOTEL   PROPRIETOR
Grand Forks, Aug. 27.���Word was
received here today from Midway that
C. Thomet, a hotel proprietor and
former provincial constable of that
place, had been shot and killed by
"holdup men.
sales
other way than by the ordinary
g ,v,        |< [ ,,��� thi   e is-toms offi-
organised gang is run-
lam ai ross the line.
i
: 1.
ORE ARE CAUGHT IN TEXAS  " 'f kettle. James Murphy,
president,
El  Pai
Kuo      le," as they
lown as Boon as lots
off<  ������ I toi sale.
PEIVES 13,000 VOLTS OF
ELECTRICITY   AND   LIVES
.    -lames  Dolun,
���   Y,,:,..   ���
(Newark, M, I , g lineman in the em-
' of the public service corporation
I" In St, Banan"s
' "���*'<'' ol Interesl    t0
���hough   13,000
hospital,
 physicians.
voles  of   electricity
1S(-"'*-'���"''���  ' -    odj he Is gotng to
���""���a. the doctor
��� a Bay,
,lmM Lieut, trom Victoria. V,
V    *;i. arrested  with ten pounds of
Lpiun, coi : "n his ��"'r*on in   '
I     .,   ,���.,,,,.        .   i.c'v for  ���  purpose.
removal of part of the door, ___	
the
tj,ei Newspaper Man  Marries.
Portland, Ore.. Aug. -T.-.lohn P.
VicConnell, a well known Canadian
^wspapar man. formerly of Toronto
.iaij Montreal, bur now editor of tne
gaturdai Sunset, of Vancouver, B. C.
;v:��� married here today to Mrs. Grace
K Bdmon**. a prominent
w���m:,n and musician O t this oKy
Tex., Aug.  27.    Six
tin ti  were, found seel,-led  In  a carload
of op.  from  i_os  Angeles  bound for
Brighton,  I'a.. al Alamorgoda, N. M..
!",la>.    II.-, 	
th,- Chinamen, hud been put Into
car after it was sealed.    This  is
third carload of smuggled Chinamen
captured at, Alamorgoda In    Ul
two months.
toba association havi- already passed
resolutions approving of the scheme
and i' Is arranged that a Joint commi! toe M presenting all Baptist conventions shall sit in Ottawa in October
dining the session of the forthcoming
Ontario and Quebec conventions and
there arrange for the organization ol
the United society, which it is proposed to call thu Dominion Baptist
. ti n kits.
ROCKEFELLER'S ENDOWMENTS
RAISE TEACHERS SALARIES
Chicago, Aug. 27.���The new salary
ischedules for members of the Univer-
Isltj of Chicago faculty were completed
today. The readjustment was made
possible by John D. Rockefeller's recent addition of &2,(mi(,,Oi>0 to the university's endowment fund. Heads of
departments are raised from $1000 to
(6000; professors In-deportment heads,
(3000 Id (4500; associate professors,
"j-jrain to (3000; assistant professors
(2  to (2500;  instructors. (1200   to
las!
Pensio
��ions for Printers.
,,.cag0' v'* '-'��� Veteran printers
1 ' ' " States and Canada will
fc,"1""''������ ! the old age pen-
f. " '"' :"'"' '"��� in International
'"    ���     ��� The
" -ters
'" '' '
twent,    years
fi   ���
money *����� , I   out ������ the
���'    ly a score of CM;
, - rjsion-!,
pension of
past    sixty
een members
or
ive, and the
Cost of New York Scools.
New York. Aug. 27,-The public
schools of New York will cost the
city next year (38.T80,000, oi* more
than (7,000,000 in ew��M of this y��ai -
expenditures. The (7,000,000 additional  needed  for  1908 includes  the *���������*
imn,    with   which  to  raise  the  sa
aides Of the teachers, as decid.
by  the board  at its  meeting,
remaining $1,000,000 to cover
dltlonfll  expenses caused bj
nrai growth of the system -
ably more than 25,000 pupils are atm ��
to  the  school   rolls  each   year, n
bulMlngs are being opened, an ���**< '*
^^^^^      number
-purses
society
To Rebuild Fernie.
Winuipeg. Aug. 27��� A thousand
Italians arrived here, today on special
trains on their way to the Crows Nest
Pass division of the Canadian Pacific,
to rebuild the destroyed railroad pro-
perty nt Fernle and adjacent territory.
,1 upon :
and  the
the ad
the  Oft1
ivi-ider-
Three Candidates in Line for
Libewl Nomination in Yukon
Fire Chiefs Coming,
promises of attendance at the content ion of tire chiefs aud Bremen
here from September 2* to 30 are
reaching Chief Watson, the president,
in spite of the fact that the Pacific
Coast association meets Ln Victoria
at the same time and that it was flxud
tut that date when it was known the
B. C. association will meet. A number of interesting papers will be read.
Some of the western Alberta chiefs
signify their attention of joining the
association.
Christian Endeavor Meeting.
At a meeting of the local Christian
Endeavor union   executive   yesterday
evening,    arrangements    were    made
with regard to a    large    number   of
Westminster    Endeavorers    attending
the second annual convention of   the
B. C. Christian    Endeavor    union   in
Vancouver from Sept. 2 to 7. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next
week,  special cars  will  be chartered
from the B. C. E. R. company for the
convenience of members    from    this
city desiring to attend the convention
meetings,    A   reduced  return  fare of
::."ic will be charged,    while    arrangements have been made tor single fare
from Vancouver to Westminster to be
cut down to 20c.   The cars will leave
the depot at 7 p.m., returning about
ten o'clock.    Tickets may be obtained
from T. F.  Phillips, at  Reichonbach't.,
store.
Carnegie Aids Miners' Families. .
Wigan, England, Aug. 27.���Andrthw
Carnegie this afternoon donated (7000
for the relief of the families of
seventy miners who lost, their Uvea as
a result of an explosion which occurred in the Maypole coal mine on
August 18.
being made to reduce the
pupil, on part time, and new c
jof study, includin-*- trade school
being developed.
Vancouver,  Au.g  27-A  recent ar-
rival   from  Dawson  who is  In    close
 I,   with   the   political    movement
,,������,. savs that when the Yukon LU>
,,,-als hold their nominating conven-
Ubb besides that of F. T. Congdon,
lhe    names   of    Robert   l/>we
and
,-., ar'' Thomas
,Of the i
most likely to bring all sections of the
party together. All three men are or
have been in public life. Mr. Congdon, as everybody knows, was formerly commissioner. Mr. I_owe and Mr
Kearney are members of the Yukon
council, the one for tne southern district, the, otheT for Bonanza. The Conservative choice nt this   time   se-ems
To Collect Funds. ,
At a recent meeting of the jubilee
endowment fund committee of the
Methodist conference of B. C, held at
Vancouver, the desire was expressed
that Principal Sipprell be placed in
charge, of the undertaking, which is
to raise $100,000 for educational purposes to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Methodism in the province. In
consequence the meeting wished to
have his place filled in the college, so
that he might devote himself to the
work.
Cigarette Smoking Tabooed.
��� Little Rock, Ark., Aug. 27.���F. B.
Basley, superintendent of the Rock
Island railroad .today issued a bulletin notifying all employees that clgiar-
ette smoking would not be permitted,
and that violators of the order would
be discharged
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Count Leo Tolstoi.
Count Leo Tolstoi, who has had a remarkable career, was born of
noble and wealthy parents at Vasnaya  Polyana,  on August  28,  1S2S.
His parents died while he was a child and he was left In charge of
an aunt.    He received the usual education of a Russian noble, first at
home and afterward, in 1843-4 at the   University of  Kazan,  where   be
entered the faculty of eastern languages and literature.    In 1844 he
took up the study of law and was granted his degree and admitted
to practice in 1848.    In 1S51 he accompanied    his    brother    to    the
Caucasus and entered the army.    It   was during his residence at the
Caucasus tbat he wrote his earliest novels.   In 1853 he joined the Russian army of the Danube and fought against the    Turks.    He    lived
abroad for about two years after the campaign and then returned to
Russia. In 1862 he married Miss Sophie Behrs in  Moscow,  who has
had the most remarkable influence upon his life, his religious and
���sociological views and has, as many believe, saved him from financial ruin and from becoming a mental wreck.    His first great novel,
'Anna Karemlna" was published in 1875 and made him famous.    Although the income from his estate and from the copyright of his books
would enable him to live ln keeping with his rank, Count Tolstoi lias
ever since his marriage lived the  simple life of a peasant,  denying
himself all luxuries. His time is divided  between   literary work   and
labor in the fields or at the cobbler's bench,  where he makes shoes
for himself, his family and his neighbors.    His ethical,   sociological
and political teachings have produced a deep impression not merely in
Russia, but throughout the whole civilized world and the old man has
thostiands of ardent admirers all over the globe.   Tolstoi represents,
more than any other man in Russia, the progressive and radical element,   Nearly all his life he has been on the opposition side, defying
and combating the evil Influences surrounding the throne, the bureaucratic clan and the reactionary faction of the   nobility.   His   sympathies have ever been with the people and his aim has ever been to   #
lead them to freedom and happiness.    Yet, his radicalism was not of   3|
a violent, nature and never did he advocate the use of force or viol
ence.   The Nihilists of Russia, the anarchistic element, found neither
support nor sympathy with Tolstoi
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Ingineca Diggings Are
Reached  With Difficulty
I aln Police to Omineca river crossing,
I ninety-four miles distant. The trail is
j a good one.    From the crossing they
Prince   Rupert,    Aug.    27.���Robert.Fort Grahame they took the Edmonton
Robinson and George ii. McMillan ar-Und  Yukon trail ibuilt by the- Mount-
rived in Prince Rupert yesterday, coming  direct   from  the   Ingineca  placer
diggings. They went in last spring, j took tne new trail t0 Driftwood river
starting from Nelson, where they have that has been made this year by pros-
their homes, and going by way of Ash- hectors and packers, and followed the
croft,  Quesnelle.   and    the    all-river river down to Tacla lake where the
_   , ,_.  , I Omineca trail crosses it, a distance of
route to Fort Grahame on Finlay river,
I 95 miles.   Thence tney came over the
thence to the mouth of the Ingineca 0mlnooa  tr.dl  t0  Babine. -,-tuase.  40
and up that stream to MCConnell mues, where the Hudson's Bay corn-
creek. They would not go in that pany nave a good store .From Babine
way again, and tbey would not adviseu0 Hazelton is 65 miles. They made
any person to go that way. Mr. Mc-1 Hazelton in 16 days. But in coming
Millan was In the Yukon in the early out v-a j.on Grahams tbey travelled
days, and he says suing to the In- ;:;,, miles further than they would
glneca via Ashcroft and the all-water jjave ^ad they came over the. trail
route is like going to the Yukon via-uaea by packers from Hazelton
the Edmonton route. ._______________________________________��_____
When half way between Fort Grahame and the mouth of McConnell
creek, owing to the difficulties en-
1 ountered they had to cache part of
���ir supplies,  and they  reached the
.v diggings with about   100 pounds
iece, They got in In time to get
(���-.ims 3 and "1 on McConnell creek
:��� love the mouth; but not having sup-
i ;ies, and no way to get them in. they
concluded to do no work until next
spring. An-i many more have done
likewise.
There were 15 men on McConnell
creek when they left, and a number
of others scattered throughout tlie
district. Bed-rock has not been readied,   and   the   only   washing   that  ha
COLUMBIA
STREET
You Don't See
Any Middleman
getting a rake-off on the price
you pay us for coal. You cannot
afford to pay it aud we cannot
afford to ask it. We therefore.
buy our coal direct and you get
the benefit In tlie low price you
pay for our high-grade coa1,.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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___owney s Surranne  Chocolate,
and Brandy Cherries
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Peaches $1.15
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
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Public Supply Stores GEOprA0DpAMS
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,   B,   C
Fhone 92,
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At
Ryall's Drugstore
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block. New Westminster. B C   j
Vancouver-Mission City
Eyes Tested Free
Capit.il and Reserve
$8,290,000
Incorporated
ISC'J
The commodious freight steamer
������McCulloch,, is now on the run between Johnson's wharf, Vancouver,  and  Mission  City,  Fraser  river,
all
Intermediate points.
Leave Vancouver 7 a.m. Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave   .Mission   7   a.m.    Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
For further information address
D. H. MACGOWAN,
Box 357, New Westminster.
" [ calling at Stevestou, Ladner an
been done has been on bench claims.
Hates and Olson are sluicing on a
bench claim on McConnell creek, and
are wheeling the dirt 100 yards and
taking out an ounce a day to the man
when they nave water. "Tonk" Menard
on the Ingineca, about half a mile
below the mouth of McConnell creek,
when he has water, is taking out an
Ounce and over a day to the man.
Kliic K- Wallace, at. the mouth of
Meadow creek, are cutting lumber and
getting ready to sluice. They are working in the bed of the creek and pay
runs from the surface down ls inches.
There are several other parties get-
.tjng ready to work on the Ingineca
below  the  HOUth Of McConnell creek.
Both Mr. Robinson an 1 Mr. McMillan are Of one opinion, and that is
that the ground will pay and that a
mistake, was made In laying the district over for a year. Had the layover been for two months, every person entitled to protection would have
been protected, and hundreds of claims
would now be working, which are
idle.
Supplies are scarce, as pack trains
only bring in 200 pounds to tho animal,
and there is no store in the district.
The Hudson's Hay company have a
good s ore at Fort Grahame, hut ior
more than half the dLtanco supplies
can only be packed ln on men's backs,
which is both expensive and slow.
The ground will not be proved before
winter, and those who have supplies
or who can get them will work till
winter.
Messrs. Robinson and McMillan,
owing to having cached part of their
supplies on the route between Fort
Grahame and the diggings, came out
via that pi ice, which Is 120 miles from
the mouth of McConnell oreek. From
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS, HAMMOND. HANEY, RUSKIN, MISSION
CITY. Other offices on the line to
Mission City will be opened shortly.
Notice will he given as additional
offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd
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School Books
AND
Supplies!
Everything You Need
 AT	
Moreys
Blotters,   Rules   and Book-
Covers Free!
See That Dinner
In our window for
We have others at
$15.00 down to $8.00.
You can get one to please you here
Set
$20.00
$16.50
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
���GROCERS Prompt Delivery
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for thc coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you aire not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit tree* ami
can hamdle your order, no matter what the size. If we have no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Total A��tt-'\
$47,40U,OOr
FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S   EDUCATION
Start a special Savings Account at once wil
Ban! . an I keep adding small amounts to It reg -
will never mi ^ the m. mej.
-   en, when the child is old enough yo i
.    Compound Interest which wi  ade quai erl
vide .a fund large enough to give a thorough eJ
It's a good plan.   Think it over. .
ONE DOLLAR    MAKES  THE   START.
BANKING BY MAII. A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Wbstminsteb Branch.      p.  B. LYLE,   Mgr.
COAL
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. va. La9t
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver H:;iu.)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sap-
perton and city limits over the
olty line.
CMy Line:    Oars leave tram ' |
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. to.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mlTiutes after < >
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  hait-nouriy be
tween 8.30 a.m. and II p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd : j
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
F. O. Box   345 'Phone  '06,
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WEST
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer., and D.atera in All Kind* of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   D��or��,
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.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
~  New Westmin*^
Telephone 12
��<��_����� FRIDA*
au
GUST  ��,  1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
I   t\\J iu    m. "TT-T-Ti.-r
Notice to Contractors
I ENDERS   addressed to
marked on   the   en-
.-,,.,;,   for ConslrucUon," will
office of tho Com-
the    Trauscoutiueutal
Ottawa,    until    twelve
. , . Thursday, the   20th
nu1" ��
da. '''
(Hired toi tl i
nl-o  With    ll
Commissioners,
SEALED
the  ���'������' '     :'
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at
ni"" ��� '
���. 1908, tor the work reconstruction,    in    ac-
���eordance with the plans, profiles and
spei
clflcatlons of the
lo{ tbe following
sections of the Truns-
cciutinen
ial Hallway,
viz:
case of refusal or* failure on the part
of the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute a contract
with the said Commissioners, and to
furnish the additional approved security within ten days after the acceptance of tho tender, the said
cheque shall he forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages for
such refusal or failure aud all eontracl rights acquired hy the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited.
The cheques deposited by parties
whose tenders are accepted will be deposited to the credit of the Receiver
Genera] of Canada as part of the security for the due and faithful performance of the contract according to
Its terms. Cheques deposited by
parties whose tenders are rejected
will be returned within ten (lays after the signing of the contract.
Attention is called to the following
clauses in the form of contract:
(D   District "C."���From a point de-1    ..A], mechanieB,  laborers,  or  other
Blgnated on the plans of    the Coin-  ,,ersons who .,erf0rm iabor   for   the
������.���������-���"<���"���'�����������������. "H purposes of tho construction of the
works hereby contracted for, shall be
paid such wages as are generally accepted us current forcompeUnt workmen in the district in which the work
i
; is (being performed, and if there is
i no current rate In su-h district, then
i.a fair  and  reasonable  rate;   and,  in
imlssionera o
L provim I Que**50
t ���,- ii,,- north abutment   of   the
iQnebei bridg
|t;,k, boundary
land "iri Westerly fur a distance   of
about 107 miles.    Date of completion,
hist December, IM"
196.38 miles,
(such point being on ���
between   Districts "C"
(2) District (.'."���From a point de-, the event of a dispute arising as to
Blgnated on the plans of the Commis- w)lat js the current or a fair and rea-
nloners, aboul 107 uiilc-s west of j sonable rate, it shall be determined by
Weymontachene, In the Province of j the Commissioners, whose decision
westerly to the end   of   the sha.ll be final."
"This agreement is subject   to the
regulations now    in force,   or which
may at any time hereafter be in force
during the construction of the works
m   Districts   "D" and "E."���* rom | hereby contracted for, made under the
point designated on the plans of thel authority of the Department of Labor,
I Quebec
Grand Trunk Pacific
1 pany's
1114.97 miles.   Date of completion, 31st
|Deceni!**r, 1910.
Railway   Corn-
contract, a distance of about
j Commissioners, being at the western
Und of Fauquier Bros.' Abitlbl con-
I tract, in the Province of Ontario, tn a
] westerly direction for a distance of
I about 101.24 miles. Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
(4)  District "E."���From a point de-
| signated on the plans of the Commissioners, about sixty miles west of the
[easterly boundary of District "E," In
lbe Province of Ontario,  easterly  to
the end of Fauquier Bros.'  contract,
north of Lake   Nepigon,  distance  of
I above 100 miles.   Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
(j)   Districts "E"  and "P."��� From
[a point designated on the p'.ans of the
Commlsslone*., at the western end of i regulalions respecting fires   :, ta,- dif-
j Fauquier Bros." contract north of Lake
Nepigon, in the Province of Ontario,
westerly to a point at or near Dog
���    i distance of about 126 miles.
and which are, or shall be, applicable
to ouch works." (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon by
said Department will form part of the
contract).
"The contnactor shall in connection
with the whole of the said work, as
far as practicable, use only material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced In
Canada, provided the same can lie obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to lhe laws and
[Date of completion,   1st   September,
.10,
6)   District   F."���From a point de-
I slgnated on the plans of the Counnis-
[ sioners at or near Dog Lake, in the
Province ol Ontario, to a point at or
[about mil   2.6 west of what is known!
I as Peninsula Crossing, by alternative j
i ti as shown on the plans, a distance of aibout 2:!.70 miles by the)
ly route, and 24.1.! miles by the I
southerly route, and the selection of,
the route, to be at the option of the
Commissioners. Dale of completion,]
lai s- pt. n 11 r, 1909,
Plans, profiles and specifications
maj be seen iti the office of the Chief
Engineer of the Commissioners at
Ottawa; also in the offices of the following District Engineers, viz*. John
���ylen, Acting District Engineer, North
Bay, Ont.; T. S. Armstrong, Nepigon,
Onl , and S. EL Poulln, St. Boniface,
Man,
Persons tendering   are notified tbat
rvill nol  be considered unless
made in duplicate, and on the printed
supplied by the Commissioners.
A separate tender must be submit -
1   1 ai b   , .tion.
Tenden rs  .hall not bo in any way
led to rely upon the classification
0 hei Information given by any
half of the CommlsBlon-
u.mlttlng any ten-
should  make a    careful
of    thu    plans,  profiles,
ferent provinces wherein the work is
being performed.
The right is reserved to reject any
or .all tenders.
By order,
P. K. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 18th July, 1908.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the
Commissioners, will not be paid for it.
Department of Agriculture
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
0
', on Ij
nd
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; ��� ��� mentions, and read
- xecuted, and fully in-
" "��� tlves as to the quantity
*������"��� lualitj ,,f materials, and char-
*" ,; "' workmanship required; and
'"' ln* rat0��<l to accept and agree to
' -' by, the terms and conditions
'" ""' 1"l:" "f contract, specifications.
w'" ^nexed lo the form of tender.
I;"'' tendet must    be s'gned and
B ''* bv ���'" the parties to the tender.
"���" witnessed and he accompanied by
"n i"'p,,,'""-l cheque on a chartered
JJ" (lf *���'" Dominion of Canada, pay-
��m�� to the order of the Commission-
the Transcontinental Railwi'
Tenders are invited for the purchase of the Government Quarantine
Steamer * Earl," lying at the Quarantine Station at William Head, British
Columbia.
'Phe sale will tte made for cash.
The highest or any tender will not
neoessarllj   be accepted.
Sealed tenders addressed    to    th
undersigned and   endorsed    "Tenders
for Purchase of Steamer "Earl," will
. e received al  this office up to Tm
I day the IBth September,  1908, at  12
j o'clock   IK,(Ml
By order,
A.   I,. .1ARV1S,  Secretary.
j    Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,
7lh August,  1908,
N.B.���Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from
the Department will not be paid for It.
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End of Dispute Between C.
P. R. and Machinists Appears to Be in Sight.
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WANTED���Nursemaid;    apply    Mr...
(Dr.)  Jones, Royal Avenue.
WANTED���Youug   man   to   wait   oa
table in restaurant; night shift. Apply at   once,  l.ee's Cafe.  New   West
minster, K. (.'.
NOTICE.
WANTED- b'urnlshed rooms for light
housekeeping. Inquire "The Empin
Tailor Shop."
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PURE AND WHOLESOME.
ONE POUND CAN 25c
E.V/.GILLETT SffffK
TOR ONTO. ONT
M< '��� : and others are    notified
j that thi persona authorized   to
���purchase anything for the British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.,
i either for thi Westminster or Chilliwack branches, are the local manager,
'New Westminster or tbe purchasing
agent, Vancouver.
j Requisitions on the compiny's regu-
ilar forms, signed by either of above-
j mentioned parties, must accompany
1 all orders, otherwise the accounts will
I not be recognized.
F. R. GLOVER,
Acting General Mr.aager.
New Westminster, B C. Aug. 6, 1.08.
WANTED���Couple of furnished bottle
keeping room. 01 furnished house
Address Mrs. T. U. Newhall, tht
Windsor, New Westminsti r,
WANTED���Sciiool children to board
for next term in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S., Daily
News office.
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to any
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��l 1 ���*;������.���..���. 1 ���> M*:.   Sc I XTU,
IlluttraUont aro Exact Sixt
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. belief Gold���cut
on right hand may be had
] in either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-
ent. as desired, either in]
plain or engraved finish,
as preferred.
You rosy try thia pro a w��ek,
If j ��� ���., do nut find it tu r��i< resented, I
a better   article then you c&n ��e-
cure for tukkb ��� us this situit. I
ti.rt ia ftny other meke, if 1,, ti
entirely letiff&ct-jry ia every n--1
Iptd return it ted vt* will tend |
}OU f.  r:*i. ; it.
Cut on Iff 11 our f��moue end 3
, popular B��-u -Utii Ink  Pencil.   ��|
coB>i��l��*e leek proof triumph, uioy I
be   carried   iu   euy   potitiua   ml
pocket or iliapptni bag, write* ��tl
any   *���-.> et firit touch.    Plsti-
, ii',in    Itprinft   feed,   Iridium
point, polished fulcenized. rufcher 1
cete, Wirt cotte  finish.     Retail I
eierrwhere   for |SJ_0.      Arents 1
1 -wenled.   Write for term*.    Write I
Dow "lest you forget."    Addrase I
Laughlin Mfg. Co.*i
Winnipeg, .\ug. 27.���The Canadian
I Pacific  Railway strike affecting    the
mechanical trades Is abont to be settled.     The   company   has  decided   it
ba ' sufficient ot the present con-
- tlon    ��� slstlng on their system and
. - l   negotiations.    This  was
nol   brought  abou)  by the strikers so
much  as by pressure from other unions.
The beads of the engineers, firemen,
conductors and trainmen in the west!
-.vent to Montreal Saturday night, sum-
I moned by chiefs In the east, and on ���
I arrival   Tuesday   immediately   sought
an interview with the C. P. H. presi- ;
' dent,   Sir Thomas   Shaughnessy,  and ,
General  Manager  McNioohl.    Negotiations proceeded so far that the presi-:
������ dent then sent for (1. .1. Bury, assistaut ',
\ general   manager,   who  has been    iu
charge of the strike for the company (FOR   SALE���Oue   hundred   tons   of
in the west. good bluejoint  hay cheap, in    coil,
With next week, by the start in big ��� stack or bale. For further particu-
shipments of wheat, the company is lars apply to P. Kelly, one mile out
face to face with a serious situation, j on Etilu Island, or P. O. Box 832,
especially   as  much  of  their  rolling      New Westminster.
WANTED���Japanese uoy attending
Bchool wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to 1J. 0. Box 545, City.
WANTED���Japanese boy or girl for
housework, daily. Hardwiek, St.
Andrew's street.
net mi voi/l
uJHiMtvomi
irs NOK*.tjm
JTlU���HMlt
'ill
stock in the west ls running down and
adly in need of repair.
Ash Kennedy, head of the Brotherhood    of   Locomotive   Engineers    inj
Western   Canada,   has   been   in  Mon- j ^	
treal   since  last  Saturday.    Saturday FOR   SALft ��� Motor   launch;    well-
he sent for H. J. Chester, head of the     found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at. college in return for board would be
acceptable.   P. O. Box 667. City.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN I CO.
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughar
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Conductors' order,  and other leaders- aengers.   Apply to Motor
of the Trainmen's brotherhoods, and     New Westminster.
they went down Saturday night.
Box   M.,
J. TRAVERS ag""
Ali business in this line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
!    Auction sals every Friday morning
on the Market square.
Front Streel   Trust Bled    Im'M,rta,,t Notice
225     Mljntla Bldg..
Detroit,
mn*>
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two door* from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Water,",* open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes. doubl*
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Ben-
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
���Vrctlc Expedition.    Ml wamnted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; marges reason
.hie
The plans, profile and estimate   ot
cost of the proposed permanent   lm-
provement of Columbia    street    tin-
eluding a main, trunk sewer, cement;
sidewalks and    street    paving)    have!
been prepared and placed on view in j
the room lately occupied by the school |
board, city  hall,  where they may be \
inspected    during    office    hours    by
parties interested in this very neees-|
sarv  local improvement.
N. H. McQLWRRlE.
Acting City Clerk- j
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C, |
August 23   190S. I
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ibe moderate; near
bridge preferred. Apply Post Office
Box 732.
FOR SALE���First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street; must be sold thi3 week, as
parties are leaving town.
VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and TRANSLATORS
Male and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA   and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,. B.   C.
Phone 431. P.O.Box 385.
Notice
tr       ADVERTISE      ta
��� IN ���
THE      OA1LV      NEWS
Two Scholarships
Friday, the 2Sth inst., a ucLolarshi.
for the   Commercial    Course at   St,
Notice is hereby given that the Van-   Ann's Academy, donated by the Righ.
couver Power company,  Limited, has  Rev. A. Dontenwill will be open
IMPERIAL
OUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED .MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Wettminatsr. Telephone 333.
for
this day deposited in the Land Regis- j competition to any properly qualified
try Office at the City of New West- young lady of St. Peter's Parish. Can-
minster, British Columbia, the plan jdidates will please be at the Academy
and book of reference of the West- at 9:30 a.m.
minster-ChtUiwack Railway Extension! At 1:30 p.m. a second competition
from a point at or n^ar lots one and i will be held at the Convent open to
two, oily block four in the City of'any young lady of the city. This
New Westminster, to Ab'.,otsford pass- J scholarship has been kindly offered by
ling through    the    Municipalities    of J Mayor Keary.
i Surrey, Delta,   Lsiigley,   Matsqui  and      All are requested to be punctual.
I the  townsite   of   Ahbotsford  In    the'    The Commercial   Course   and   the
District  of  New   Westminster,  being other classes at the Academy reopen
s, ciion  one, two  and  three of  said  Tuesday, September 1st, 9 a.m.
railway, as shown on the said plan and -
i approved and sanctioned by the Chief j
! Commissioner 0*1" Lands and Works for i
ithe Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7tl. day of August. A. D.
! 1908.
A. K. BECK,
I    Solicitor  for  the Vancouver Power  Eunht Trains Every D��v in the Y��*f
WHEN GOING EAST
*,SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Company Limited.
M follows:
for So,
For Sei
> & E"
N"- 1, District
N"- 2, District
,"r s��c- No, 3, Dist. -1
ll *��*��� No. 4, District "W
1 <>r Sec, n
An
fay,
..$150,000
SEALED TENDERS    addressed    toj
the  Postmaster-General,  will 'be  received At Ottawa until noon ou Friday,!
the Second October, for the collection j
of letters on a proposed contract   tor
lour yearn, "from the proposed Street |
Letter Boxet in the City of New West-
150,0001 minster,    from   the   Postmi
Bter-Gen-
1��. 8, District
150,000
. . 150,000
- .  200,000
���F".. 100,000
s accept-
erul's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen and blBH
ea J *",rso" wn��se tender is accept-1 forms of Tender may be obtained at
stance ti.     t"'1 'lilys atter tl,G l">\Voi{ Offices of New Westminster  snd
,1(ma]     "ereot furnish such   addl- Sapperton and at the   office   of   the
squired r0^  S('P"*'UV us  mny  be  Post Office Inspector.
,j. y the Commissioners; sign- JOHN R. GREENFIELD.
���ir..,,      '"'1 "Peolflcations, and other Pest  Office Inspector.
th. ,',-���,; " "''"������ ,r- be iigae-a by',   P6n. office Inspector's office, Van-
OomtnUsionerft; and, i��� aiylcouvor, B.C. !1>.  August. 190..     _
1
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000/100.00
���ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and ln London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spoaane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Saving* Bsnk Dspsrtment.    Deposits received In sums ot ��1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Totsl Assets over |168.000.000.O0.
>TC.W WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRTMNER. Manser
ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS
Open to
Charter
The fast and commodious
launch
J. C. Bruce
carrying forty passengers,
is open to charter by
picnic or private parties.
For terms and dates apply
to White, Shiles & Co.,
Columbia street.
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
;<or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleeper., luxurious dining
tu, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
���'to Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
tar     ADVERTIafE     �����
��� IN ���
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, a
^GUST
THE DAILY NEWS
lifted his eyes heavenward as he appealed to the electors with protestations of purity that have not as    yet
Published by the Daily Newa Pub-1 Cfca. eJ t0 appear jn ^ Torv    pres,
lishing  Company,   Limited,   at   their |The chief worke,. on  Mr   Stanfle*Q-s
offices, corner ot   Sixth   and   Front��� ^..^ wUh % neaj. ^^ ()f the can.
streets, New  Westminster,  B. C.        |di(]ate    lnanaged   the corru,)tioa   end
WINDSOR SALT It made in
Canada. CoAs no more than the
cheap imported sak ��� and is much
more cconowrsl bfrsuss it is puw.
Get WINDSOR.
((
Get the Habit"
C. A. Paige Managing  Director
of the  campaign  and  the systematic-
distribution of money and whisky.
One of the witnesses at the    trial
swore that he had received from this
chief worker $15    In cash    aud    six
bottles of  whisky on  the eve of the
election.    The same witness  was ap-
m proached before the trial, was treated,
! and asked to forget or deny what had
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^11 beeu done.   This treating was done in
Do not forget tbat every time you  the   1)resence   of a    relative of Mr.
vote  for a  Bordenite    you    vote    to stansficld. Another witness was given
throttle the man who works and les- j uy tive same worker $30 in cash and <a
FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1908.
DO NOT FORGET.
sen his freedom.
case of flasks of whisky.   He was told
to keep the money and use the whisky
for distribution   on    behalf   of    Mr.
_ Stansfleld.     It   was   known   to   the
j worker that this witness had not been
HOW   THE   PURIST  TORIES   WON i previously a supporter of Mr. Stans-
COLCHESTER. I field.    There was a 6econd allotment
"Thirty fest ta the gulf."
the Conservative party to put an eud
to this system and  save the country
and  their  party from such disgraceful  disclosures.    Better to be in opposition for ever than gain power by
such  methods  as  were employe!    at
Colchester.    It is strange that not a
word of this election trial has found
a place in the columns of the Columbian.   .Nothing is said by it about this
new found method of regenerating the
Conservative  party ln    life,    or    the
means taken to break the solid Liberal ranks in Nova Scotlta.   The peculiar selection of an organizing secretary, and his purist declarations    in I
the country, would lead us to expect  Today only, at
that what  did  happen   In Colchester
will be attempted to be repeated in
this constituency, but���
AU Iron Wringers
cents per dozen for
SOUVENIR
POST
CARDS
With guarantee rollers made of the highest  grade  Pa
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The ecstacy wnich possessed the'of whisky to this witness on Mr.
Couversative press when John Stans-1 Stanfield's behalf. Another witness
field was elected In the bye-election at Itestified ,0 having received from the
Colchester, N. S, caused it to say the',same worker a grip full of bottled
result indicated the. "handwriting on whisky on nomination day. and an-
the wall," in fact it was the turning' olh��i' supply the day before election,
point in the long lane of opposl- j twenty-four bottles in all, to be used
tion the Conservatives had been! on behalf of Mr. Stansfleld. An- Im-
travelllng. .Notwithstanding the Lib- Portant witness had been advised by
eral victories and gains about the !a leiu''' f''on- the secretary and agent
same time; this oue seat won at Col-1 of lhe Conservative party to call on
Chester overshadowed them all, itithis ****& worker. He was given a
wast, he one centre from around which ro" of wlls' aboul *20 iu :-:i ,a nom-
the whole political life of the Domin-' (nation day, to be used on behalf of
ion moved and from which the party the Conservative candidate. This was
saw visions of the promised land and' supplemented by $25 on election day
control of the Dominion treasury.      |fo'' use In the same cans,-     He was
In the light of the disclosures at;also given B��me whisky to distribute,
the election trial at Truro, N. S., how | The evidence clearly revealed a con-
shallow these jubilations seem. De- spiracy to play upon the weakness of
cent people are made to look upon! tin unfortunate class of electors and
public life with repulsion, when vie- secure their support ny the corrupt
tory is achieved by such disgraceful', distribution of whisky and bribes of
methods as those proven to have been i cash.
employed by operators on Mr. Stans-' The debauching of the electorate,
field's behalf in Colchester. Men Whether openly flaunted as at Col-
whom the country need most for the Chester or secretly manipulated as in
guidance of her affairs are kept out of Dewdney, destroys of the value of
public life by such methods. The manhood suffrage, and men elected by
prodigal excesses practiced in the such methods by taking their seat in
distribution of liquor and money the House silently aquiesce and be-
shows that decency, responsibility and ! come parties to and thus blamable for
political honor were thrown to the'such corruption. Can it be said that
winds. such men are a strength to the paTty ] ^ -      __ __     .
But    the.    pollution    reached      the  they   represent?    Can  the  electorate! lPniT()|      IV|P3l       IVlSrKPr
climax when the witnesses about   to,expect that the affairs of the country iflvUl     1T1UI m.1
make disclosures   at   the  trial     were  will ihe safe in the hands of such men"
approached and sough!    to    be    pur-  Can  the leaders of the party  expect
chased  to commit  the crime of per-  honest support from sitrh men ?
jury.   Belt remembered that;  all this      Public morality and duty to    their
waa   done by   -lohn    Stansfield.    who  country should inspire the leaders of
cIhe,   Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
ra rubber
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. I��� washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, Re-acting m ^
makes.
Call and see our lines.
T. J.  Trapp  &  Co.,  Limited
Saturday specials:
Fine note paper
and envelopes.
"We Buy for Cilh   ���]
and Sell for the Same" ��� T:
Schools Have Opened
H
Choice Meats at
Corner Eighth St. and    Plfth Avenue
PHONE 370
BOWELL &  ODDY. Proprietor*.
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATlSflES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone  383
loys and girls are hard at work, and should
material for their work. MacKay'e ' ook store Is
place to get it.       _ ��,    *W.'    ,.:...'.^:
���-���fa
h
J. J. MacKay & Co,
��� ����� Booksellers Stationers News Dealers jfL
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T        [f ;, mr watch is stopping or not  running satisfactorily, bring it to J
'���   uta tnd we will repair and make it run properly,    Pi ha. ���
Watch Repairs
an expensive movement which is not acting as It - - -       ���- ���
r julate II down to the seconds after putting ll In nro er ord *
:W. C. CHAMBERLIN
GIVE US A TRIAL
The Jeweler ��|
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YOUR   FEET!
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Perhaps you need new shoes for them?    Shoes have never been sold for such little money as now in the great summer shoe sale at
Johnston's  Big Shoe  House
This Week Sees  a  Still  Greater   Cut  in  Shoe  Prices
Some of the greatest bargains
Are Our Boys' and Girls9
School Shoes
We've been busy this week unpacking new goods, all of
which go under the price-reduction knife during the run
of this Shoe Sale which will last but a few flays longer.
Mr. Man
See our^Box Calf Blucher Cut Hoots for S3.50. Its a
dandy. They are selling rapidly, for the simple reason
that they are a genuine bargain in every particular.
Ladies9 Shoes
We have still on our bargain tables about 90 pairs of
women's $3.00 and .$3.50 good, sensible, every-day low
cut shoes, which go during this sale for $2.00 a pair.
Dozens of other such bargains.
Children's $1.00 to $1.25 low ci t shoes, strap slippers and
button boots for 50c a pair.
No other dealer in Canada can do better for you on shoe
values than ourselves.
Come in Befote It's Too lie
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Largest Shoe House in Canada - New Westminster, B. C.
Sign of the Big  Electric   Boot fBlDAV,
AUGUST 28, 1908.
THHi jJi\_LOJi ��tuuu.
T.  M .   Smith Ik Cash Stores
GiganticSaleofFancy Linens
,4 Manufacturers' Sample Stock Bought  at Less
Than Half Regular Price
250 PIECES FANCY LINEN
SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY MORNING
Sideboard Cloths���Beautiful Drawn Work
We nere fortunate In obtaining this un of magnificent drawn work, comprlsiag tray   cloth.-,   runners,
pillow shams, etc.   A' the price we   hav,.  marked  them   to  they  certainly ought to go very rapidly.
\y.. have picked the following from among tin-in, but. remember this i.. bul  , .small percentage of the
���.,,,  on display.
20x72; regular *2 ~i>. now -*1-40
_      28x72; regular *2.o0, for *1-25
Cloths, size. 36x36;  regular $2.75,  for   **1-40
Cloths, size 30x30; regular $2..r.0, for   **1*25
Tr.iv Cloths, size 30x30; regular $1.50, for   75c
Tpay I' oths, size 20x20; regular $1.00. for  50c
Cloths, size 27x27; regular $1.00, for   50c
Cloths, -ize 20x20; regular 76c, for    30c
No Abatement of Enthusiasm in This Premium Offering Sale.    Arrivals of New Madras Muslins
and Fancy Serims
-���ork of these fabr,,-..  i..  now  well  nigh complete.   The very latest Euro-iean and    American
54 im-nes wide.   Pric-- from, per yard ��� 30c to $1*00
creal   I -     I
$2.50 Marseilles Spreads for $1.75
il   und distinct   kinds  ,,f  honeycomb  satin  damask  Marseilles,  full double bed size;   regular.
I ie for. each *^1*75
75c Fancy Bureau Scarfs for 35c
,-.. i figured muslin, 18_" I.   nicely  frilled:    regular   75c.   for    35c
50c Bureau Covers for 25c
i in damask, (ringed; Blze .:. 9; a  tig Bnap at, each  2ac
Two Remarkable Offerings
in Table Damask
lot no. t���248 yards of pure white  .atln damask, 60 Inches wide.-.,:��� doral   leslgn;  regular , ���>���-   Now
 50c
r, yard
300 Table Cloths for $1.50
LOT NO. 2���Size 8x10. white satin damask; beautiful border; good quality damask;   regular $3.00 for $1.50
A Magnificent Oil Painting
Given Away Free
n  iplte of the low prices we are sailing goods all this week, we give away tr C charge with
00 purchase a magnlfloent oil painting 14x22, and with every |10 -l   p    .   S ..   f r
isle checks, come now and ---elect jrour picturd, the tlmeig limited will ��j      aswe ^
More   bin half are already gone.
f .IS
See the  Ligktning Artist at
Work     in    Our   Window
T. H. SMITH
Tke  Wiile-Awake    Store
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Ci iy News
('   ���'    Robson, of the city hall staff,
left '*' : for Toronto.
A mild gar, but strong on quality.
��� the "Auto. *��
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i W. A. Duncan, city clerk, has resumed his duties after two weeks
holidays with his family at Blaine.
I For cut flowers for any floral work,
| ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
J The Junior Royal Templars will
I meet in the small Odd Fellows hall on
j Wednesday evening of next week.
Complete edition of McKinley's ten
cent sheet music, at Todd's Music
House. ��*
Mr.  and  .Mrs.  Kendal!,    of  .Nelson,
i formerly of this city, who have   been
visiting friends here, have returned to
I the interior.
Preserving peaches. $115 a crate, at
| Howard & Muirhead. **
A  very handsome cup has been received by the Exhibition Manager tor
, the  champion   grade  dairy   cow,   presented by the Holsiein Friesvin Asso-
: elation of Canada.
For sale���Seven roonied house,
bath room, pantries, closets, wood-
shed; horse stall, carriage house;
! fruit trees; on full lot. For turtln-r
particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
street. ���"
In connection with the rebuilding
of Fernle, an application comes to
the city hall asking for a copy of the
civic by-laws. This will be complied
| with.
For first class cut flowers pot plants
ior bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
I florists.   Tel. B208.        v **
Among the campers who have re-
| turned trom Aliceville are Mrs. A. 1_.
' Lavery and family, Mrs. G. W. Grim-
1 stone, and family, Mrs. .1. H. Watson
��� and family, ajid -Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
' Clark.
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Not made to please the eye, but to
please the palate.    The **B. C." and
I "Old Sport" Cigars. **
The Dominion government have un-
: der consideration a new custom hoirse
| near Blaine, on the Canadian side of
the II ie, which will be   gladly   welcomed by the officials interested.     A
site ha     eei    * ivisionally chosen.
Satui-da,-. ,\';-_'i.-' -'.'. is the last, day
on which you can exchange your old
Victor records and g ������ aew ones in
change, Bring In your worn out or
broken n cords. We give you one new
record toi one old one, iroviding you
purchase two records when you make
the exchange. J. il. Todd's Music-
House. Xew Westminster. **
An effort is being made to secure
ihe attendance ot Dr. .McKay, of the
Presbyterian college, Vancouver, here
at the Christian Endeavor rally in
Queens avenue Methodist church on
Monday, Sept. 21. Several other well
known speakers will also be present.
Work has commenced on the B. C.
' 1-;. R. wharf preparatory to placing
Hie spur track from the depot sheds
I to 'he wharf in position, lt will extend the greater length ot* the water
lots owned by the Electric Railway
company.
Big Redudion Sale
A Beautiful China Cabinet, Solid Oak, with Glass Ends and Glass L>*>r.
REGULAR $25.00 FOR $18.50.
I LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
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Work on the foundations ai the Sapperton fire hall is completed, but there
Is considerable improvement projected in connection with the Interior arrangements.
Mrs. (Rev.) E. O. Thompson. Keary
street, Sapperton, will be at home
Wednesday and Thursday afternoons,
September - and ", and first and third
Thursdays hereafter.
Complete edition of McKinley's ten
cent sheet music, at Todd's Music
House. **
Murdock Martyn, Dominion tire
ranger, was .admitted to the Royal
Columbian hospital yesterday morning, where he will remain =ome time
undergoing treatment for Internal
trouble.
Nothing further has transpired in
connection with the vaccination question at the schools. Many parents have
taken advantage of the conscience
clause, and written objecting to their
children being inoculated.
At _ignes street this afternoon members of the city council will confer
with a committee of the property-
owners of that locality with regard
to the draining of the ravine running
south to Columbia street, and the
boulevarding of the street.
The death is announced of James
Cobban, agi ,1 50, at the Royal Columbian hospital. Mr. Cobban has been
a resident of the district for some
three years. He was married, and I
leaves a widow and family. The funeral takes place on Saturday at 1:30
pm. to the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
A meeting cd Neat r' of the Brother-!
hood of Owls was held at the Eagles j
hall last evening at whicli It was de-j
cided to remain with the Brotherhood,;
instead of amalgamating with the order, as had been proposed. The lodge j
proceedings were followed by a social!
evening, at which many songs were
sung.    A. G. Peters presided.
Tests of the clipper dredge Ajax
which have been made off Lulu Island,
dredging a channel to the B. C. .Manufacturing company's mill, all this
week, are satisfactory both to the gov-
ernmi nt engineers and the contractors. As a five yard dipper, it is work-
in-;- at forty seconds per dip, no small
matter when the size is considered.
The test continues till tomorrow.
A strong effort is being made by the
city police to stop the illicit peddling
of liquor among Indians, several arrests having been made recently. Yesterday  evening another  capture  was
made, a Chinaman being arrested for
selling a "square face" bottle of gin
to a Siwash buck, who had induced
the Celestial to disregard the law ot
the land by a lavish display of wealth.
The case will be tried by the police
magistrate this morning.
At '-he city police court yesterday a
prominent Sikh named Pulla Singh
was committed for trial for stealing a
sum of $100 from a fellow countryman
named Hazara Singh. There was a.
large attendance of Punjabis and other
British Indians, and a priest, from
Vancouver was present. Otta Singh
acted as interpreter. The prisoner and
the accuser had been both in the
police force in the far east, and, according to the witnesses, Hazara had
entrusted the prisoner with five twenty
dollar pieces, which he would not return. He was committed to the higher
court for trial. Six Indian men, one
full-blood woman, three half-breeds,
and a white man were fined for
drunkenness.
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This Week
we are giving
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spectacles than others. We make a
specialty ot this Hue.
And with it there is usually a number of shooting accidents.
Protect yourself by taking out a universal guaranteed accident
policy in the oldest and strongest Insurance companies in tho
world.
I can also give you a policv that will pay benefits for any kind
of illness as well as accidents. , i
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THE DA1L�� NEWS.
FR,DAY^^^a,%
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SWlfTWATfR BILL
QUITS RIOTOUS LIVING
Famous Miner and Much
Married Man Says He Has
Settled Down for Good.
c��Mdianp.dficR_aw.yco. s.S.   RAMONA Sales of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in^T
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. C.
���rltlih Columb'a Coast Line
Service.
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Spokane, Aug. 27.���Swlftwater Bill,
or William C. Gates, the Seattle man
of Alaska and matrimonial fame, has
been in Spokane for a few days, enjoying his newly-made fortune and
paying off his old Spokane debts.
Gates came to Spokane a short time
ago from Rawhide, Nov., where he
cleaned up a fortune of from $400,000
to $500,0110, and about the first thing
he did on reaching this city was to
look up his old creditors and square
accounts.
Oates is now a very quiet man, and
spent last week here so unostentatiously that few people knew he w-as
here. Outside of a few quiet card
games with old cronies, two theatre
parties and trips to nearby lakes, he
was not in evidence.
Swlftwater Bill says that his present fortune was made to keep, and
that he has had enough of "having his
fling." He says that he will enjoy his
money modestly, and invest it so that
It will last as long as he lives.
This Date in History
AUGUST 28.
1754���A disturbance of the French
and Indians occurred upon
Hoosick and Schaghticoke,
which led to the breaking up
of these settlements.
1804���-Margaret, widow of Benedict
Arnold, died in London, aged
44 years,
1830���The steam locomotive was
adapted to passenger service
for the first time in America,
on the Baltimore & Ohio railway.
1840���Ira D. Sankey, noted evangelist,
was ,born in Edingburgh, Pa.
Died in Brooklyn, August 13,
1908.
1855���The vessel engaged to lay the
submarine cable between
Cape Ray, N'.ld., and Cape
North, C. B-, began to pay it
out
: 856���The Dudley observatory was
dedicated at  Albany   N.  Y.
1881���England closed a contract with
a Chicago firm for 300,000
1 ounds of compressed beef for
the Cordon relief expedition
to Khartum.
19 I���Monslgnor Guidl was appointed
Apostolic delegate to the
the Philippines by the pope.
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
July 21, 27, August 3, 9, 15.
VAN��OUVER-V-CTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday -at 0 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria fo*-
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th j
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor ,and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way j
ports; 20th of each month for -\hcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
. VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE,   j
8. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:80  P-m- daily,-
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday ;
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, trom Vancouver   10   a.m. ever/
Thursday.   Returning arrive* at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
6.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of
every  month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday,
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER  RIVER.
8. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday   at  3
i p.m.   Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave    Westham    Island    Monday,
, Tue. day, Wednesday,  Thursday,  Sat-
i urday at 7 a.m.    Friday 6 a.m.   Addi-
! tlonal  trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5  p.m.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf.
New  Westminster,  Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a-  m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday,  Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
R. WH1TMORF. Secretary.    I
1 Charles Thomas Saunders Collector of the Municipality of the Township or District of   , .,,   .
,iv, notice pursuant, to the Municipal Clauses Act, 1906, andI uniendnien s thereto that on Sal , >r
��� September, A.D. 1908, at the hour of two o'clock In the at ernoon at the Mumcpa.   Hal., jMj
Bu. aaby, B. C, 1 shall offer for sale at Puhllc Auction the lands and -^Property o  th��� ,,.-,,��� n,
after se, out for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons on the 31st day of Decern* r.  ,-���,: ,
interest, costs and expenses including the Collector's commission of 5 pel cent, aud the cost
said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
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P. O. Box  474.        Tel.  53.        Res.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
.. Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
Inge, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKS Ml THING
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Canadian National Exhibition!
Toronto
Tickets on sale August 24th to September 3rd. Good until September
26th.    Fare $62.70 return.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
SOCIETIES.
34   Manson,   Lawrence	
102   Farrand,  Charles   	
120 |Booth,  Frank   	
122 jReddie,  Wm. H	
ISO jBell,  Alexander   	
221   Anderson, Sarah,   Estate	
353   Rithet, R. P	
364 ;Rithet,  R.   P	
362   Rithet, R. P	
442   McGregor, D.  C	
562a|Crickmay, W.,    Estate  	
590   Booth,  Frank   	
594 |Neelands, Ellen J	
597 jCurry, William, and
(Moffat, Robert, and David	
735 jBrennan, J. R	
735 iBrennan,  J.   R	
847 |Hart, F. J	
992 (.Morrison,  T.  P	
1026 .Phillips, Walter  	
1244 'Wise,  Catherine,   F	
1251 jMcNiven, John 	
1323 |Tingley, Mary, E	
1325 jTingley, Mary, E	
1346 (Harris,  G.  B	
1347 (Harris,   G.   B	
1378  Gilley. James R. and Walter R.
1413 ;Whitney, W. J.  R	
1420 [Bennett, C. C	
1428 (Webber, Lionel, H	
1472   Round, George   	
1480   McLennan, Alec and Neil  ....
1506  Tlmmo, John 	
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Province of British Columhla, District
Kev. Westminster, Group One.
District
Lot.
For   reservations   and   iniormatloD
���������all or addross
ED   GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
K.  J.  COYLE.
��� ��st. Oen.  Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
���.���mural  8uner1nteTident. Victoria.
Mail Service
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODtoE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held in Oddfellews' hall- Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
*. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���.Meetings the first and third Tues
day    in    each    month.       Visiting I
brethren cordially invited to attend. I
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows'  block, Clarkson -street
1507 (Tlmms.  John   	
1549 (Western Pacific Clay Co	
1550 Western Pacific Clay Co. . - ���
1552 (Armstrong, J. C	
1554 [Armstrong,  J.  C	
1560 (Armstrong, J. C	
1695 jcunningham,   Mary,    Estate
1700 (Cunningham, Mary,    Estate
1701 |Mlllor, Daniel, F	
1709 (Hart, F. .1	
1728   Town, Henry,    Estate  	
1772 (Corbett, Mrs. W. J	
1770   McQuarrie, W. G	
17.::   Allen James.  C	
Allen   James, C	
Allen   James, C	
lames, C	
SOURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
Synopsis
ot  Canadian   Homestead
Regulations.
A_,y available Dominions lauds witb-
in the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person
���who is the sole head of a family, or
nny male over Is years of age, to the
titent of one-quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the distrie. in
Which the land is situate. Entry by
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
con, laughter, brother or sister of au
..:������:. ling homesteader,
The homesteader is required to per
1   :.. the conditions connected there
*..   ..    under    one    of tbe    following
plans:
U) At least s,x months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the home-
Header resides upon a farm in the
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
tbe father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him ln the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to resilience may be satisfied hy residence
npon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 -ier acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or conipany,
A royalty at the rate of five centa per
ton shall bo collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
| Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 7:15;
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon, i
dally.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   e_..a.r.  Sun-J
,day;   Sapperton   No.   1,  daily   except
' Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m. ���
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railwaj
Co., 6:30 ,a.m.
Vancouver, No.  1,  dallyexcept Sun
! days.   Return mail receivnd 10 a.m.
Vancouver,    No.    3,   and    Burnaby
Lake;  closes at 3:30 p.m.;  daily    ex-
j cept Sunday.    Return mails received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
j        p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P R. first mail). Return mail received
lat 10:30 a.m.
C. P, R. N'o. 'J, 6:30, all points west
;of Lytton, except .\gassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison   Hot   Springs, Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
i Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No.  2;  MillBlii -
Coquitlam, dally except. Sun!**,   aw
��� turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12'00 noon:
Tiuiberland, Strawberry Hill,   Tues-
1 days and Fridays.   Return   malls   received Tuesdays and Fridays,
i    All down river points via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,      Mondays,    Wednesdays
and Fridays;   leaves II   a.m.
I Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
���Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 o. m.:
To southern    poinrs,    dally exc.pi
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p, m.
Clayton,   Tuesdays and  Thursday.--
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays*
Tynehead,    Wednesdays   and    Saturdays.   Return mall received Monday*
I and Fridays.
; Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8 45 a,ra.:
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Ku   iCellH
j Hazelmere,     Hall's    Prairie,    Bonac
( cord.  Blaine   and  Seattle   (all   points
in  Washington  and  south,    also  all
(points  In eastprn   states),    daily   ex-
I cept Sunday.    Return malls received
��t   3.30   p.iu.   Botiar -(] W.i,'"e. ilays
and Saturdays,
a..l. .     ,n _���  J �� *.
FRATERNAL  ORDER   OF   EAGLES.
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles''
hall,    Columbia   street.   A.   Clark. |
W. Pres.; H. Schofield, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
IONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ot every month tn
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���-Royal City Lodge, No. 8
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col- i
uinbia Street, every Friday evening I
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be mad,- welcome. G. E, Gilley,
N. G.; C. E, Osborne, P. G-, recording secretary.
-OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Hose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. at
8 p. ni., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month. bame
time and place.
OTHER FRATERNAL S0CIETIE8,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
K., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nest No. 29;
R.
roculvt
Trade Marks
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1805   Allen  James, C	
1807 :Allen   James,   C	
1810 Allen   James  C	
1811 Allen, James C j
1812 Allen. James  C !
1821 A'ork, L.  C	
1826   Allen, James C	
L838   Armstrong,  Hani tt  L.   	
2109  Cleland, James;  Welsh Hairy     ,
W. and Ralph J	
210!,   Cleland, James; Welsh, Harry
|W. and Ralph J	
2109 |Cle!and, Jamoa; Welsh, Harry
|W. and Ralph J	
2204 jBarr Joseph   	
2223 |McDonald, J.  S	
2255 iBalnbridge   W.  V	
2263 JMcKochnie, Dr. L. N	
2264 ;Cooper, Alec. .1	
227s |Manson, Lawrence 	
221)5 Todd. Wm. (i.  II	
2296 Todd, Win  G. H	
2297 iTodd, Wm. G.  I!	
2298 Todd, Win. G. II	
22911 |Todd, Win. (I. II	
2300 Todd, Wm. G. ll	
2301 Todd, Wm. G. H	
2302 Pohlmann, Edward 	
2303 Polhmann, Edv ard  	
2304 Polhmann, Edward 	
2306  Polhmann, Edward 	
2306  Polhmann, Edward 	
2'.',"~  Polhmann, Edward 	
2808  Polhmann, Edward 	
232..    Morgan.  K   1!	
2889  MoKechnie, Dr, L. N	
2004  Mc.Feely, E. .1. and Douglas E.
2670 jPoaroon,   James  	
2671 |Sharp, Chaa. W	
3237 'O'Connell,   Katherine,     Estate
3249 lO'Oonneli,   Katherine,    Estate
3250 jO'Connell, Katherine.    Estate
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Dated at Durnaby, B. C, this 11lh Day of August, 1908.
C, T. SAUNDER8,
Collector of the Municipality <'   !
QOOKSLETS
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON SALE AT
M. MOREY'8  STATIONERY  STORE.
J. Q. QAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S  Lrl'jn   STORE,
1 TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon f oute
ifor CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
! FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
I Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
i express snd freight connect with
I Jtages at Carcros. and Whitr Horje,
| maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information ��pp!y to
J. H.  ROGERS. Trafl.c  Manage,
Westminster
Transfer to
���pm-ne'
Office 'Phone 18s.    Barn
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   i-'ll,l,l,,;'
any  part 01 t'ne elty'
light and Heavy Ha��
0FF,CE-TRAM DEp0T' augu
ST 28, 19��8-
TfiED-AiLY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
J. T. Trachy
Innes & Iteid
1ELP
COSTS MONEY
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
Ih,
m
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ll
11
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wk
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FEKN1E SUFFERERS REEFED
BV WESTMINSTER RESIDENTS'" "Mii,c��
W. P. Hansford
C. ll. Sword  ...
.Miss George ���. ���
J. 0. llrytnner .
C. G.  Major  . ..
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
4
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
Ike
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I 'ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-Wett
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section of Do-
1 minion  land,   In   .Manitoba,  Saskateh-
iewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2*;.
not reseryod, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head ot a
family, or auy mal,- over 18 years of
I age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-
! tlon of IBO acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district ln which the
land is situate. Entry by priwy may,
however, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an Intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is rejulred to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans*
(1) At least six montbs' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(2) A Homesteader may, If he so
dSBlreS,  -.er_orm  tiie    required    resl-
, deuce duties by living on farming
' land owned solely bv him, uot les3
! than eighty (SO) acres In extent, In
) the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership tn land will not meet this 1 Sablto & Co
requirement
i    18)    If the father (or mother, If the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
fiats  permanent residence on  fanning
land  owned  solely  by  him.   uot  less
than   eighty  '.Ml)   acres  iu   extent,   in |
the "icinlt}  of the homestead, or up- -
on  s homestead entered  for by him
Id the vicinity, such homesteader may j
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4)    The term "vicinity" In the two
preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    as
meaning not more tlum nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the  width
I ot road  allowances crossed    in    f.he
| measurement.
(6)    A   homesteader  intending    to
' perform  his  residence  duties  in  ac-
���ordance with the above while living
j with parents or on farming land owned  by himself must notify  the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
ue given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
'o apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
The following ts the complete list
of contributions to date to the Fernle
relief fund:
Cash.
*
5.0u
10.00
2.00
5.00
10.00
Brown's barber shop  ..
Fraser chop house ....
H'-e Chung	
^Settlers'   Association
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Thos.  Mowbray  	
G.  ft- Speck  	
Jas.  Wise   	
Miss  Ward   	
J.  D,   Kennedy   	
P. O. Bllodeau 	
B. C. Distillery  	
L. A. Lewis
F. .1. Hart & Co  25.00
W. L. House  2.00
Wm. Wolfenden     2.50
Dr.  Drew     10.00
W. H. Barraclough   5.00
Dr. Walker    5.00
Employees penitentiary    44.00
2.SU
5.00
5.00
.50
.60
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
10.00
1.00
20.00
10.00
25.00
50.00
Father O'Boyle        10.00
Vanstone & Co.
Qeorge Kennedy 	
E.  It.  Fitzgerald   	
L. C. H1U 	
T. W. Haslam  	
James Lord   	
Westminster bowling alley
Bartenders' union 	
.1.   II.  Todd  	
A Friend  	
M r . C. Purvis 	
p.  Boyle   	
lo. W. Beggs 	
fit
'
1! Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
4 N*. B.���Unauthorized publication A
J, this adverUsement will not be paid
��� tor,
Lk
\Ve   print  ads.
irom   one    line
ranging   in  size
to   double   page
P
��� -
^ I M ��� .U   _ on
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC'STEAMShips
,'BVmT UuEc��7^Jlia
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANV
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
KICK.
Next    sailings   of   the    Empresses
Sept 4 and 18.
For  other  dates and   particulars,
apply to
ED   GOTJLET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Gilley  Bros	
ll. Morey & Co	
A.gm - L. Hill	
V. i. te Ide & Edmonds ..
T.  R   Pearson  	
.1. E. Allen (N. C. B.) ....
Employees B. C. E. R. ..
P.    Peebles    	
II. M. Marshall 	
Archibald Bros	
T. L. Briggs 	
Columbian Pub. Co	
Mode] Grocery   	
Schaake Machine Works
F. Crake 	
William Turnbull   	
Dr.  Frank Smith  	
Dominion  Pipe Co	
Dr. Green   	
P.   Birrel   	
w. .1. Armstrong 	
Dr. (!. Drew   	
Small & Buckliu 	
John Stewart (Elgin)   , .
('. E. Bartley 	
A.  Swanson   	
Ed. Walmsley  	
Thomas Grey 	
E.  Sait	
Mrs. I. McMartln	
William Qoodfellow
J.  Lovee  	
.1. G. Gamon  	
Capt. Plttendrlgh  	
Malins, Coulthard & Co
Rol en Kennedy 	
Diamond ban! er shop .
ohn Wise  	
Mels'Nelson
20.00
5.00
10.00
2. ut)
2.00
5.00
3.00
25.00
B.OO
1.00
2. Oo
.60
1 .on
1.00
20.00
.",. 00
"' S  ___________________________________________________
Drs. Holmes & Hacking ....
c. Rawllson 	
Ed   Cou let  	
E. J. Fader, and office staff
"���-
-ROFESSIONAL.
John  (J
li. Grossman   ��� ��� ���
Qeorge E. Martin
F. B. Lyle	
Robert   Jardine   .
T.  Gifford   	
John Peck
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER FOR RATES
rVHKALLI.R. BARRISTER, Solicitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.   Phone 143.
A.
iw
YOU   WANT  A   HOUSE
YOU  WANT  A FARM
YOU  WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU  WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
SMALL AD.
DISPLAY  AD.
LARGE AD.
LARGER   AD.
:
:
:
11 I'll.SIDE   &   EDMONDS. Ba
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk
Columbia  street,   New    Westmmsie:
W. .1. Whiteside. H. L. Edmond3.
���
*
ARTIN  K.   McQUARRIE,   BAKRIS-
terB, solicitors, etc.   Offices. Ne--*.
Westminster,    Trapp    Block,    cornM
i*l irkson and  I/Orne streets.
The other fellow wants whatiyou have or lias what yew wm
Gi.OKUI. D, MARTIN, Barrister auo
Solicitor, Gulchon  block, Colum
in und McKemle streets. New West
minster, ll. C.
w
To
get   in
space in
touch    with   bim
The Daily New*
F.   HANSFORD.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
rurner     Columbia     and     McKenzie
itreetBi New Westminster, B. O.
Kirk WK^M
J, W, Mcintosh  	
Rev. J. S. Henderson
A.   Pringle   	
  M. Sinclair 	
JM. L. Rugg 	
T '" | McLeod, Mark & Co.
W  J. Walker 	
E. M. (tfered'tb 	
James Johnst: n  ...
. Mrs. Hugh Gordon ..
t George  Turner   	
j J. w. Crelghton .'..
| W. \V. Forrester .. .
i J. A. Montgomery . .
! Jo:.   Armstrong   ....
j Dr.   K'-my   	
II.  Ryall   	
_____ J I    Hudson   	
Barrister.js- "��� Thompson ,,,
[John Reid 	
A. M,  Fraser
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
W. MYER9 GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O
lio\  K.O.    Telephone 64.
J.  Crane
Tliis   Little   Story   Comes   F
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
Asaocia-
rom   Toronto I
The Betall S0wottaat8'
tlon of Chatham tl a level-headed
organisation At a recent meel -
tZ newspaper advertising was
dlMUised, and the general opinion
ofba members was that news-
n,p^r advertising was the best, and
P*ly ,    ,,,,���_   ..._..__._>.tains,  of
program and "ther
th:__ elass wa
I
II
advertising ot
almost useless.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets ln the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday ot each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday ot February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the
Thursday   of   February
!    members   may   be   proposed   and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
1    meeting.    A. E. White, Sac.
Mayers &  Preston  . ��� -
Maitlii  &  McQuarrie
\V. A. Gilley 	
J. B. Kennedy  	
Gardhouse Bros	
J. J. MacKay & Co. ..
j. j. Jones 	
Diamond Barber Bhop
j, Relchenbach 	
H. O. Bule 	
third IW. J. Brennan  	
jjeW{ Holbrook hotel   .
William Collier 	
J. D. B. McDonald ..
R. Blley   	
B. C. Cigar factory .
E. Falch ^^^
Occidental hotel
Alex. Matheson
Jas. Wise  	
Al. Peters 	
R, ,1. Rickman 	
Rev.  A.  Shildrick
W. J. Kerr's office
A. E. Rand 	
,1. J. Cambridge  - ���
John Sprott  	
O. Wilkie  	
II. P. McMartln  ..
D, W. Johnston  ..
J. Held 	
J. S. Clute  	
c. S. Keith  	
R, ll. Cheyne ���
S   A.  Fletcher   . . -
\. P. Grant	
.1.   Mahoney   	
Dr.  Doherty   .'...
, Myers Gray	
L.  Wilson  	
\v. H. Nesbit ...
M.   Monk   	
I).  F. S. P	
Calgary 	
5 do IS. J	
10.00  City   Hall   	
10.00  Westminster Japanese  ...
10.00   Burqultlam   	
50.50  Bank Of Montreal   	
5.00  Citizens'  picnic committee
5.00   Rose lodge, S. O. E. B. S..
2.50, H.  O.  Brown   	
10.00 j George Mead   	
10.00, 	
25.00;
25.00 :
50.00
5.00
14.00
10.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
i.OO
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1 00
1.00
i.OO
1.00
10.00
:, 00
6. oo
5 00
7.50
5.00
.50
1.50
30.00
21.60
2.00
50.01)
. 25.00
. 15.00
t . 00
5.00
1.00
2.00
5.00
25-00
2.501
5.001
10.00]
10.00!
86.00
2.001
2.501
5.00
1.00
(Collected by Chief Mcintosh.
J.  L.  Mclnnes 	
G. F. Bradshaw 	
E.  Gelser   	
J. C. Gill  	
W.  Hay  	
W.  Bourke  	
D. McLeod   	
George McMurphy  	
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
(Collected at St. Mungo Cannery.)
S. R       1.00
George c. Waldie        1.00
George Stagg       1.00
2.00 Bruce Fisher . ..
2.00 Andr, v. Halcrow
00!John K. Raph&il
James Canfield
2.00
2.00
2.50
2 50
L0 -i"
' 0 i
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25.00
1.00
1.00
i.OO
1.00
SI   Mungo Canning Co     20.00
James Anderson      '"���00
v the Daily
Curtis      -'""
25.00
2.00
5.00
0.00
ean         * *
(Collected
. Dally   News   	
T. it. W	
Mrs. W. N. Bole .
Brewery employees
!.\.   Wheiller    j
J.   B  .Wilson        20.00
Friend       2.00
Anonymous        2.50
1��   I).   Bourke       2.00
News.)
...    25.00
...      1.00
....    10.00
,...    15.00
B.OO
2.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
    10.00
White .______________���     5n0
10.00
5.00
5.00
Merctiand'S*
W. E. Fales   10.00
Thomas Rutledge   5.00
I-:. Goudy    10.00
3.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
5.0i
50.00
5.00
a.oo
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
20.00
15.0(1
5.00
Co.
N. w. Creamery ..
Hardman & Co. . .
M. J. Phillips ....
Daniels & Loat .
George Adams . ..
Brackman-Ker ...
Cunningham Hardware
Hale.  Bros	
J. A. Lee 	
Westminster Clothing Co.
Reid   &  CO	
C. A. Welsh   	
T.   Mulr  	
.'bun., -v Deans 	
Mrs. Blrtch      15-00
T. II. Smith     100.00
20.00
10.00
30.00
30.00
IS. 00
25.00
.10.00
10.00
10.0(1
10.00
15.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
White, Shiles & CO      15.00
H. Dorer       5.00
       5.00
S. Collister  .. .
c. Chamberlin
E, Sinclair ���
S. Annandale ..
100.00
I0.u0
10.00
25.00
.5.00
10.00
20.00
5.00
25.00
15.00
8.00
10.00
10.00
5.00
25.00
2.00
5.00
20.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
2.50
Johnston Shoe Store 	
II. Morey & Co	
J. N. Altchlson  	
McMenemy  Ment Market  .
West End Grocery      20.00
Sing On Co       5.00
Quong On Wo & Co       5.00
Sing Kee       10.00
Ning Lai & Co       5.00
Jackman & Burtman      10.00
Edmonds Tea Co       5.00
Mrs. Hoftard        5.00
Acme Clothing Co       5.00
Frank Broad   	
Benson & Ayling  	
Gordon Dry Goods Co	
Anderson & LiOSby  	
Fraser Valley Meat Market
Frank MacKenzie 	
M. W. Grant 	
Howard and Muirhead  ....
Barclay & Adams  	
Bryson & Sons	
Kyle & Son       5.00
lareon & Aune       5.00
H. Morey & Co    10.00
Belyen & Qp     10.00
A. L. Lavery       COO
10.00
10. oo
35.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
1.0. Ot)
. 14.00
I 23.00
20.00
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS-
FRIDAY.  AUGUST
"Clean Cut" i
That's Our Brand
I Saws
I Chisels
1 Hammers
! Axes, Eic.
Any ot our tools bearing J
"Clean Cut" are fully guaranteed ���
by us.
STREET IETTER BOXES
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ANDERSON
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office  Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Following is the complete    list    ot
Streel letter boxes, together with their
location and numerical disignation:
1 Box No. Situation.
I x���Eighth Av_. and Thirteenth St.
I   2���Eighth   Ave.  and   Eighth  St.
3���Seventh  Ave. and  Fourth  St.
4���Sixth Ave. and Third Bt.
5���Sixth Ave. and Sixth St.
fi���Sixth Ave. and Ninth St.
7��� -Sixth   Ave.  and   Twelfth  St.
b���Six Hi Ave. and Fourteenth St.
li���Fifth  Ave. and Fourteenth St.
10���Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
11���Fourth Avenue and Tenth St.
12���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
lo���Fourth  Ave.  aud   Fourth  St.
14���Fourth  Ave. and  Second  St.
15���Third Ave. and Second St.
16���Queens Ave. and First St.
IT���Queens Ave. and Third St.
18���Queens Ave. and  Sixth St.
19���Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
21���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
22���Agnes and Tenth Sts.
2:1���Agnes and Seventh Sts.
21���Agnes and Fourth Sts.
25���Agnes and Elliott Sts.
20���Agnes and Dufferin Sts.
27���Columbia and Leopold Sts.
2S���Great   Northern  Railway  Station.
29���Columbia and Elliott Sts.
30���Columbia and Fourth Sts.
31���Columbia and Alexander Sts.
32���Columbia and Tenth Sts.
33���C. P. R. Station, Front St.
34���Front and McKenzie Sts.
35���Front and Lytton Square.
36���Front St., Schaake Building.
37���Brunette and Keary Sts.
38���Columbia and Keary Sts.
39���Columbia and Distillery Road.
40���Eighth Ave. and Richmond St.
41���Richmond and Keary Sts.
42���Columbia and Alberta Sts.
43���Junction Columbia and Front Sts
TimelsMoney
NOTICE
any
the
I will not be responsible for
debts contracted on behalf of
steamer Favourite.
J. C. BRUCE.
~
REAL ESTATE
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
sioks-m n nw**\[MJ^-rminitmm--#-xm)m*tn
An important
meeting of the
��� Liberals
l
of the electoral district of Westminster will be held in Hardman's
Hall on McKenzie street on Tuesday evening September 1st, at 8
p. m., for the purpose of discussing
matters of importance affecting
the constituency.
J. W. MacDonald, President,
A. Hardman, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association,
���0390
TAKE TIME AND AT-
TEND THIS SALE BEFORE  IT IS TOO   LATE.
WE ARE NOT OFFERING ANY CHEAP,
POORLY-MADE SHOES;
BUT THE BEST THAT
CAN BE PRODUCED
BY THE SKILL OF
MAN; NO OTHER
STYLES BUT THE LATEST.
Tomorrow
Never Comes
to Those
Who Wait.
The Time for
Action Is
Right Now.
Your Feet
and Our
Shoes Will
Be Good
Friends.
GET THEM TOGETHER WHILE YOU HAVE
THIS TRULY MARVELOUS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE.
THE PURCHASING
POWER OF YOUR DOLLARS HAS BEEN
Doubled
During This
Sale.
I
W. I Sinclair
The Reliable Shoe Man
.
THE
Closing
D.*w--
!^________-MMI
��_*i
OF OUR BIG
Summer
Are Full of the Biggest Money-Saving
Snaps Offered This Season
This Genuine Reduction Sale closes Monday night, August 31st, after which
announcements of the new Fall Goods will be in order.   Just Friday, Saturday
and Monday left in which to pick up seasonable merchandise at prices which
mean such distinct savings.   A whole lot of odds and ends have been marked
at such deep price reductions as will be sure to clear them out before
Monday night.
INVESTIGATE   AND   ACT   QUICKLY
Ladies'$22.50 SilklLadies' $12 Lustre
Shirtwaists Suits \  Shirtwaist Suits
Now $10.00     j      Now $2.95
I
One only, navy blue silk taffeta Shirt-
waist Suit; waist is size 36, skirt is I
42  inches  in length,  with  24-inch!
waistband.   On   (t*"% i\   i\i\
Twelve Dozen
Shirtwaists on Sale
Each 75c
Regular $1.25 Blouses, in white only;
all sizes in several styles.   #y m*
The entire  lot  on sale,   / *^ ��
three days only, each...   *   *^ ***
Only six left and we must be rid of
them by Monday night.    Colors are
green,   navy,    black   and    cream;
sizes in stock are 34, 36 and 38.
offer   any suit   of
the six styles
at	
We
$2 95
Children9s Gloves
Per Pair 5c
About five dozen Children's Gloves,
in lisle thread and taffeta finish.  We
do not wish to put these away,   r*
so you can buy them up to jQ
Monday night, per pair	
250 Yds. Muslins and Delaines, per yd 5c
This small quantity will be speedily cleared out at this price;
regular 10c and 12 U2c materials.
An Immense Clearance of Remnants
These Remnants are spread out on our bargain tables, and among them are
ends from every portion of the shop.    Have a look through the lot,
plenty of snaps await you.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
We Close at 5:30

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