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 II v
hite, Shiles & Co.
FiRE INSURANCE
;W WESTMINSTER, B. C
��Yhite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
2G0 Columbia St. Phone 85
���,,,.,Ml. ::, NI MBER  16:
NEW   .VESTM1NSTBR,   B.  C,   SATURDAY   MORNING,  JULY
I IK'S
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
GHWAVMEN BREAK UP ILITTLE STEAMER NEARSENB JOHN LAWTAS PROVES JTHREE HUNDRED MEN   PROHIBITIONIST PAST.;    IPOLICE PUT BRACELETS
OF LUNG AND SLOW VOYAGE
Boat Eu.lt for Servxe on Fraser Riv.t
Reaches San Francisco on Way to
Vancouver from  England.
San Francisco, July 17.���The British steamer Cariboo, a small passenger craft Built for service, on the Fraser river, put in here today for coal
on its way from Barry, England, to
Vancouver, ll. C. After taking a supply  of fuel, the  Cariboo  resumed  its
IENDLY CARD GAME
oker Party at Comaplix In-
itc.rrupted by Masked Men
Holding Strong "Cards."
���Revelstoke, Jul>'   l"���Word   comes
pm Comaplix of an attempted hold-
thero Thursday night. A number
imen were enjoying a quiet game of
li iw" in tbe station room when a
IdM.-u command was lie ard: "Hands northerly way.
!'���   For n moment it was treated as'    ������������],, cariboo was built for the Union
oke, bu' it was followed at once by  Steamship   company,   of    Vancouver.
|t::.: up and hands against the wall''   Capt.  Polkinghorne  brought the little
the members of the little gamb- i steamer on its long voyage. The Cari-
party foiintl themselves eonfrcJnt-j boo was eighty-three days from Bar-
bj   two  masked   men   holding  re-   ryj :mj on acc0unt of its limited bun-
Jvers  In   four   blackgloved    hands,  iter rapacity made numerous calls for
ere was no further hesitation. Sev-   r-oal.    Fine   weather was  encountered
men  rose  promptly   and   fourteen  during the  entire  voyage.
Inds struck the wall. 	
ir( 'is one of the robbers was about,
^s^^sr-^e^ss 21CHIHESE PAmr jconm
�� lumber camp, who was at one end J(J STUDY COMMERCE
the line, made a break through a	
Ing dooT Into a little baggage room,
���ere   was   no  other   means   of    exit   Distinguished     Natives     of     Flowery]
Dm it than the way he had entered,.    Kingdom Deputed to ToU;- World
CAPABLE LECTURER  STRIKE AT BELLINGHAM
Tacoma Traveller Speaks on
Tour Through Europe -
Orient ls Subject Tonight.
An audien . waited patiently last
night tn hear John Lawtas, the noted
traveler, writer, and lecturer, at
Queen's Avenue Methodist church.
The delay was due to the failure of
tne Ii. C. E. K. to bring over the electrical arc light stereop-ticon with which
the slides were shown, in time for
the meeting as announced. However,
uixin Its arrival, the lecturer held his
audlanee well in control while he
spoke on a visit to Europe. Rev. \y.
H.  Barraclough presided.
On Canadian   Soil.
The lecturer, who has an easy and
fluent delivery, and is well supported
by about 150 colored slides at each
lecture, talked in an Interesting manner on his subject, which as it cover-
c I the historic traditions of England,
t';i"  natural  beauties of  Ireland,  the
SELECTS WILLING VICTIMS    m M]( mm
Refused Advance  of Fifty
Cents   a   Day,  Workmen j
Walk Away From Mills.
Candidates   for   President   an^   Vice-
President   Selected   at   Dry  ;
vention   at   Columbus.
W*hltve
!'.< lllngiiaq., Julj 17.���Eve;-,, mar, In
���ilie Pugel Sound Mills and Timber
company's planl walked out late this
gfternoon because a raise in wa es
was refused  them.
The men were receiving $1 ','��� and
demanded $- a daj for ten hours. A.
.Martin, the superintendent, refused to
accede to the demands of the men and
they quil on the spot.
More than 300 workmen are on
strike. The management of the mill
dec-lares the raise will not be granted.
1 i    u . J ilj   . i. ���For   president
Eugene W. Chafln, of Chicago.
For  vice-president,  Aaron S. Watkins,  of  Ada, Uhio.
The above ticket was nominated to-,
day by the Prohibition national convention. Both men were chosen unanimously. The full indorsement of thi
convention was not, however, given
to Mr. Chafln until alter three ballots
had  been taken.
Both the presidential and vice-presidential nominees are candidates tor
governor in their respective states on
'he Prohibition tickets.
Eugene VV. Chafln, who leads the
Prohibition party this year, is an attorney residing in Chicago. He is a
native   of   Waukesha,   Wis.,   and   tor
POACHERS IN NORTH
pome years  practiced  law  there.    He
Will BE WELL WATCHED   at one ti,ne can,id,u for kov
a;   that   fact  was  unknown   to   the
|old-up" nun.   They took for grant-
that   one   man   had   escaped   and
)uld give the alarm.    One revolver
discharged,  whether   with  intent
frighten the men pr by the tremb-
Ot the hand of a bandit, and the
asked    strangers   disappeared   into
night.
in   Interests  of  Nation.
Victoria, July  IT.��� A  party of four
distinguUshed   Chinamen   is   expected I
to   reach   Victoria   some   time    n<'\>
month on the first leg ol a tour which
will   Inckide   lb,,   principal  cities   ol
Canada and the United States as well
,-.- Great Britain and othei European
nations
Their mission to the Occident Is one
of the highesl Importance, according
to prominent loci! natives of the |
Flowery Kingdom. They have been
of commissioned b) the authorities to
Investigate tihe commercial BystS&s
in vogue in othei countries obtaining data for the preparation of
comprehensl\ e report.
h is stated, as well, tha* in all prob-
ere without delay.   . apt. Maxwell ... :"i!i,v *���-"  vlctorla merchants  would
.der instructions to investigate and\*���rxe tor an official reception of the
ort on the situation. I Party w'**"* to arrh> *** AuR,,s'- As
After a conference between Acting <>'">' were likely to stay upwards ol a
Ici'ta,-, Newberry, of the navy, and  '""">* In ���������" ��w!tal. theIr countrymen
sting Secretary ot State Bacon, to- would have ample time to extend them
say, it was announced that the gun-  ���< hospitable welcome.
goat   Paducah   would   be ordered   im-
oi'diately   from   Ciuaiitanamo   to   Port '
Prince. Hayti, to remain there a
Ihort time
INBOATS OKDERED TO
FATCH HAITI AND HONDURAS
���Washington, July IT.���in view
p unsettled condition at Porto Cor-
lloniiii as, ,.iio ihe revolution:':.,
lavement then', the navy department
. ordered the gunboat Marietta, now
Port Antonio, Jamaica, to proceed
SANITARY CAMPAIGN IN
RESTAURANTS OF VICTORIA
JOHN  LAWTAS,
The Illustrated Travel Lecturer.
.OP  GROWERS  TO   AROUSt
PROHIBITION   SENTIMENT
Portland.   Or.,   July   IT.���A   special
to the Oregonian    from  Salem,  Or.,
,ays:
Arrangements were completed    to-
|night for a hop men's meeting nt the
ppera house Saturday, to  arouse **en-
Ho.elkeeper* Not Living Up to Health
""egulations���- Inspector Insists   on
Kitchens Being Cleaned.
Victoria, July  17.���Now that ho ba
succeeded in putting the laundries   of {catholic cathedrals of  ..lout-real and
artistic taste of France, and the ecclesiastical and antiquarian marvels of
Italy, was a theme to call forth the
ambition of any gpeaker. He began
at Tacoma, aud first dealt with the
Canadian Rockies, jumping to Ottawa, where in connection with the parliament buildings he paid a tribute to
Canadian   legislation     The   beautiful
New Patrol Vessel Launched
at Nanaimo for Service in
Piotecting Fishing Banks.
In future tlie government fisheries
cruiser Kestrel will have assistance
iu her work of protecting the Ashing
banks from the raids of poachers. At
.N'anaiiuo on Tuesday afternoon thi
new vessel whicli is intended to patrol
the banks to thc north of Vancouver
was launched and given a trial run.
The schooner North, which was
svlzed by tne Kestrel for poaching
sonic time ago, was used to form the
hull of the new boat, being enlarged
an ! rebuilt, and engines placed in
her to send her through the w.it r
about twelve miles au hour. The new
boa; is very seaworthy, and is neaV tu
appearance. Captain Laird will be ln
command of the new steamer, and sho
will proceed to the fishing banks
���at once to aid the Kestrel in her work.
Her home port will be Nanaimo.
i rnor or Wisconsin on the Prohibition
ticket,   and   was  this  year  placed   in
the limning for the same position in
'Illinois by the Prohibitionists of that
state.
The forenoon session of the conven-
.  a as devoted to the discuss.on and
adoption of a brief .platform, which is
possibly the shortest on record, containing not more than 350 words.
CATCH OF SOCKEYES IS
HEAVY AT BELLINGHAM
' '��� ".Men Make a
Lively Scene When Arresting Touts and Tipsters.
New York, July 17,���There were exciting scenes at the Brighton Beaclv
i ii e track today, resulting from the
tactics of the police In their d< termination to run down and round up tho
track gamblers. Arrests wire made
right and left by plain clothes detectives, detailed to the track in place of
the uniformed squad that has been on
duty there. The. crowd of 5000 in tho
Held and In the stands was wrought
up to a high pitch of excitement when
detectives not only took a score or
more of suspects into custody, hut
proceeded to search some of them in
full view of the spectators.
There were no demonstrations
against the officers, however, and their
work was accompanied by nothing
more serious than outspoken remarks
of disapproval at the treatment accorded the prisoners, some of whom
were brought handcuffed from the
field through   the  grandstand.
Charges of grafting have been lodged against a number of the officers
recently employed at the track here,
and the plain clothes men were substituted today in order that at Investigation could be Instituted.
..ment in favor of prohibiting the sale I        ^   ^ ^^  ^^ (,.,uUllon j^, (.(. llllnidll,ed ��������� lecturer to pk-
TWO   BOYS  ACCIDENTALLY
SHOT BY WESTSIDE RESIDENT
Two boys, Fritz Mayers, and a companion, Saunders, were lying down In
the grass on the Westsido yesterday,
when they weie startled by the report
of a gun, and a charge of shot passed
over their heads. Only a few grains
of shot, fortunately, lodged in the
boys' heads. It appears that a resident had procured a shotgun to kill
a dog which worried his fowls, and
the toys were in the line of fire. Fortunately they were not badly hurt,
but it was felt desirable to call in
medical  advice.
Bellingham, July 17.���Yesterday's
haul of flsh from the traps of the Pacific American Fisheries i xc fled any
catch   thla Beason, a   total ot  17,000
sockeyes Inning been brought in.
Both the P. A. !���*. and the Bellingham
Canning company have been busier
than usual today putting Up the catch.
The Bellingham cannery received .'���.-
000  flsh.
Funeral of H. N. Livingston.
The funeral of Harold Norman Livingston,  the three  year old  child   of
James Livingston, of Richmond, who
was drowned in a ditch adjoining the
TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL
FINDS CONDITIONS BETTER
,l. .1. Randolph, president, occupied
the chair at the monthly meeting of
the Trades and Labor council last
evening, in tlie absence of t.'ie secretary, F. l_. Johnstone acted <n his
stead. The Barbers' union, just organized, was for the first time represented. A communication .va.-* read
from the New York Kvenlng Call, a
labor paper, asking f >r support It
was received and filed.   All the trades
dyke on Lulu island Wednesday, took represented reported work was fairly
place yesterday at the Odd Fellows*! good in town. A proposal to ask the
cemetery. The casket was brought up citv council for the use of a room at
by boat during the morning, and the' tbe City hall for meetings was dis-
little coffin was covered with flowers, j cussed, and will come up at the next
Rev. J. S. Henderson conducted the I meeting.
service.   Those sending tributes were 1
the parents; Ada Livingston. Mary
Livingston, John Livingston, Nellie
Thomas, Maud Thomas. Mrs Winter-
bottom and Miss Sloan, Mr, and Mrs.
Currle, nnd N. Braldner,
JAPAN   READY  TO BUILD
TWO  NEW   BATTLESHIPS
Small Boys Rob a Safe.
New York, July 17.���Four youthful
prisoners so sr I that they had to he
held up by .a policeman while giving
their pedigrees at tue station house
ware arrested on the charge of robbing a sale in Jofc; .. Adler's hardware store on Amsterdam avenue of
$150 in money and checks for $6.42.
J  whiskv.  hut   not   beer.    An effort, ,     ,,. . , ,,    ,    ,
was made to have the Prohibition e.e-   Health Inspector Lancaster intends to tures ... the Wolfe and Monte In, mc-
meat join m th,- movement, i,���,  waa I Institute a campaign    agalnsl    those morta     at the  ancient capital   and
unavailing only one minister consent, keepers of mataurants who are    not from Quebec ne reviewed his voyage
mg to participate. Hop men have ..is,, living up ... the health regulations. In the  Empress oi  Britain to uver-
nitiata'd an anti-tr. ating crusade.and     In the oue of one ot the prominent pool, Scenes
"������-���.inning today will hereafter neither  hotels of Uu city   he  found  the inesit no '
 pi   nor buy   liquor  for other,. store,   in   a   sc������, .coier   adjoining       Br-atol was the .Ubjecl  ot a JJ��J��	
_  :.__  which was   a chute    through    which ol   pictures, recsiiing the expeditions ��= ���
-, ��� , ,,i   Sebastian  and  John   Cabot   which  notice,  aud  many   were  ton  pictures
Worms  Destroy Cherry  Trees. ashes   w*n   dlBChBTged,     This   mea��l *"    ���"'"���'���"  '
77 , , . led io the discover-, ot Newfoundland, of Home thrown on the screen,    lhe
17���A   peculiar  son   thai every time any ashes were senl '"' "' ������������*" ���l"'*'. ...���. .
. \i,�� . of the facade of Walls cathe- Coliseum, where christians once wenl
,,, k dmi   uni the ruins ol Qlastonbury ab- boldlj  to  the-  lions, ami   where  the
I fees  lu ibis  county     It  hatches on .them  wouM  land  on the meat  which  orai   ana        ... >���>.    > j ��� 	
��� .       i        ...il,.......i     ,,.,i   il.an   tlio y-rent  bis- ' lecturer   as  ;c riek*i_at.. ot  the Intel na
the "fail and worki the green from the | was    afterwards    served    up to tn<
t.^-r until the foliage loses life. Wpi-i\  ! guests.     In. Otb6r places he herd fOUBO   torlc
lng seems not to affect the p��t, ta.  the kitchens saturated   with   grease, review,     lhe  pictures  .hown o   W
���-  cobwebB an* British   museum    were    partlcularij
Suffragette Incites to Riot.
Lnodou, July 17.���Mrs. Drunimond.
a leader of the militant suffragettes,
yesterday told an out-door meeting of
5000 persons, mostly curious on-look-
eis, thai she was out for sedition or
anything else, if it  would bring votes
Tokyo, July 17.���Arrangements are
rapidly progressing for the building
of two additional battleships. The
keel of one will be laid at Yokosukai
during July, and the keel of the othe~
at Kure before the end of the y��ar
The displacement of these ships will
be 20,800 tons, their speed 20 knots,
their armor 12 inches and their principal armament twelve 12-Inch guns.
t'olvil.',   Jul
d   worm   is   at   work   in   lb
buildings of London came under
".here a strong spray of water can
h. obtained it is an easy matter to
wash tliein from the trees.
the ceilings   hung   with
the   places   generally
as �� woulfl i-.' poeslb.e to imagine.
,md naturally much
C. P. .R and Harriman Take Over
Property of B. B. & B. C. Railway
Portland, Ore.,  July  17.���The sen- ���has arranged tor termlnali tn   that
sation of the day in railway affairs on city.    The plan is that the    pr��*''"'
the Pacific coast is the formation by,
Onion Pacific and Canadian Pacific In
line of the Bellingbam  Hay company
shall   be   used   by   the   t'niou   PaclflO
north of Seattle as far as Sumas and
terests of a holding corporation to f,.olll there, for the present, trains of
take over the property of the. Belling- i Hanlman lines will run into Vancou*
ham Bay & British Columbia Railway I ver on Canadliin Pacific tracks. The
company. ] arrangement  will  be carried out  just
The object ol the deal is twofold.'ag soon as the connecting tracks In
first, it is to give the Harriman lines the vicinity of Seattle can be ��''*"-
an entrance to Vancouver, II. C.; and,  structed.
next, to provide an arrangement by The greater pari of the stock in the
which the Canadian Pacific may gain Bellingham railway is held by San
r.ccess to Seattle. Francisco capitalists.    The   company
The Union Pacific���the chief Ha: rl- ' owns a large sawmii'inv. planl at B"M
man Interest in railway  deals in    the   Ingham   and   timbC    i'i     *'     '"
vicinity of Eoattle at the present t'm.*  State of Washington.
about   as   fillbv   laithful  to detail, t
was said of Westminster Abbey and
its monuments. Like all Americans,
Mr. Lawtas wa,s struck with *he. marvellous success of the London police
in handling the volume of traOic which
)f always surging through the streets
of the world's metropolis,
In  Ireland and France.
Crossing the ltish channel, tlie lecturer waxed eloquent on the beauties
of the Giant's Caitsewaj. and ol KM-
arney's lovely lakes. Fto showed the
typical jaunting car, anrl told some
stories of Irish humor. Crossing the
English channel to Dieppe, after B
graphic discussion of the sad effects
of maLde mer, the audience was taken
to the glorious boulevards and symmetrical buildings of Paris, the heart
of France, the embodiment of Its passions, and Its volatile temperament.
Through tho Mount Cents tunnel the
listener was deposited at Turin, the
old   Savoy capital.
Under  Italian  Skies.
The Eternal City called for *}"\fcM
the
for women, adding:  "If you men will i ������������	
come to the House cd' Commons with May Cancel the Fight.
plenty of sticks and stones 1 will he i    San Francisco, July 17.���Because of
there." | the refusal of magnates of the South-
  era Pacific railway to run an excar-
Westminster Money at Victoria.      'sion to Ely, Nevada, on Labor Day, it
���Victoria, July 17.���With betting 4 to Ib altogether probable that    the    aril In favor ef the Shamrocks defeating  rangements for the Cans-Nelson fight
tbe New Westminsters, $800 has been ; will fall through.
posted with Harry Hemming, new pro- < ���	
prietor of the Drlard, formerly of Van- Civil Service Reform.
couver. in favor cd' the New Westmin- i     Ottawa, July 17.���In the senate this
hums. morning Senator Lougheed, Conserva-
 ,  tive leader, gave notice of an amencl-
San   Francisco,   July   17.    The   bark ' mcnt   to the civil service bill  to provide  that  the  two  civil  service  commissioners shall nol   be chosen from:
one political party. f)
tk_ual Sunday School association, took
pari in a religious service., called fori Yeoman dragged her anchor yo.-terday
hla not.ee. and naturally the marvels L,,,- ,|,-ilted down OO the ship l.nun-
of the largest temple in the world, the  mond, also at anchor, iu Mission  bay
Cathedral of st, Peter's, were dealt 11
with. Florence, the city which denied
to Bank' a place of burial, and where
Mkuiael Angelo left on canvas work
which the world will never readily
foriaet; Venice, with Its pnlaoes, and
dungeons; and Milan, with Its cathedral of Innumerable spires, brought
the it-cturer through much Interesting
matter, .and hi* story to a close.
Tonight Mr. Lawtas will speak on
what he -saw in Turkey, Syria, Palestine, and Egypt, and has more slides
of the Orient  than  were shown last
Anglo-Japanese Relations Are
Said to Be Much Less Cordial
London. July 17.- Evidence Of This is the first lime that the fjov-
growing usifriendliness between Eng-j ernment has taken notice of the situa-
laiid and Japan appeared today in the j tion, however, though much has tiecu
aanouncenwnt that the House of Commons shortly will take formal notice
of the charges that Japan is gradually
crowding    British    commerce
evening of Europe.    All attending are j Korea and Manchuria.
assured of a most Instructive and ��m-,    The suggestion that  Kngland    and
tertalnlng lecture.
-_-_
the United States form an agreement
ln regard to tho action to be taken
In Oriental affairs has been frequently made.
published concerning it in the neirsr
papers.
In diplomatic circles the situation Ih
from looked on as being of the utmost Im-
���tortance.
There is a belief here that America
and Japan are still ln danger ot
breaking of their cordial relations.
Japan has the bitter Ill-will ot China.
Russia has not forgotten the war.
�����"
YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL
��� The action of Japan In endeavoring \    n is Intimated that England's ec-
��� , to monopolize the   entire commercial i tion might lead to a weakening of tbo
��� .10   ��� , interests, as charged iu the complaints | Anglo-Japanese     alliance,    on     the
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��� Vancouver
* Seattle     *'!   ��� i which   are  made  here  repeatedly,  Is j ground that Japan's methods in Man-
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PACE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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7%fi /s Afy 54f/i Birthday j
Tom L. Johnson.
Mayor Tom Loftus Johnson, of Cleveland, the famous single tax
advocate, who was defeated for membership on the Democratic national committee at the recent convention in Denver, Col., was born in
Georgetown, Ky., July 18, 1854. He went with his parents to Indiana
in his early childhood and received his education in a county school.
He returned to Kentucky when he was a young man and obtained a
position as clerk in the street car service in Louisville. He lived
economically and Invested his small savings wisely in street railway
stock and gradually accumulated a large fortune. Later he moved to
Cleveland, O., where he has made his home ever since. He was a
member of congress from his district from 1891 to 1895 and in 1901
he became mayor of Cleveland, which position he still holds. He has
won for himself a reputation as an honest and sincere reformer and
has sought to fulfil his promise at the beginning of his public career,
that he would devote his life "to battling for the rights of the common
people." ���
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ORIENTALS MIGRATE
WHEN GAMBLING STOPS
This Date in History
Building a Wall
with our materials insures one
that will stand any strain put
upon it. It means a wall that
will need no strengthening or
bracing for years to come.
I_et us have your order for
building materials and we will
guarantee you a first class
structure that will stay first
class for years and years.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
RYALL'S
Chinamen Hastily Leave Los
Angeles When the Fan-tan
Games Are Barred.
JULY 18.
1628���Kirke defeated    Roquemont    iu;
the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
168U���Combined armies    under   John j
Sobieski   defeated   the Turks
under the walls of Vienna.
11705���Duke  of  aMarlborough  defeated
the French near Tirelemont.
1710���John Cruger, first president    of
New York chamber of   commerce,   born.    Died   Dec.   27,!
1792.
Los Angeles, July 17.���Raids on fan-
tan games, opium joints and lotteries
threaten to wreck   the    fortunes    of I 1742���Spanish   were   routed   at   Kort \
Mosquito SCARE
Does the work.   Try it.
At Ryall's Drug Store
every Chinese merchant in Los Angeles, and it is said there are less
than 500 Celestials in the city today,
while there were more than 15000 here
a year ago.
The Chinese are hastily departing
for San Francisco and Oakland, where
fever restrictions are placed upon
their enjoyment.
A meeting of the Chinese will be
held next week to discuss the problem with the merchants of Chinatown
here.
They have laid in stocks worth
thousands of dollars, and at the present rale of migration there will not
bo a single customer left in their city
by next December.
1806-
1S17-
Williams.
The strong fortress   at    Gaeta
surrendered to the French.
Jane   Austen,   English novelist,
died.
1861!���Assault on Fort Wagner.
1864���President Lincoln    issued    call
for 500,000 more volunteers.     I 4>?
1907���Several  thousand persons  pros-1 X
trated by heat at a parade of I 3.
Elks In Philadelphia.
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Send for new catalogue just issued, which fully illustrates the
merits of the engines.
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SOLE MANUFACTURERS
INEW   WESTMINSTER,
B. C.
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SOCIALISTS OF AUCKLAND
PROTEST AGAINST EXPENSE!
Threaten Demonstration to Show Disapproval  of Public  Expenditure in
Connection  with Visit of
U.   S.   Fleet.
Russell.
W. S. Dwinnell,  .Minneapolis.
G. H. Tyndall, Toronto.
W. Murphy, Toronto.
Mr. and Miss Holt, Grlstlehurst.
R. A. Roys, Saginaw.
John Wilkes. Winnipeg.
E. C.  Thompson,  Toronto.
Miss  I.. Hardy, Vancouver.
Edwin B. Ross, Vancouver.
Windsor.
John Fitzpatrick, Vancouver.
James Farquhar, Pitt River.
W, S.  Prescott, Vancouver.
J. W. Brett, Vancouver.
The Season Has Arrived for You to
Preserve Strawberries
'!
Welllngham, N. Z., JJuly   17.���Thej
'ociallsts In Auckland are threatening
��� ti 1 *
No Daylight Bill This Session.
London, July    17.���Prime   Minister
Asquith has announced in the House
of Commons that he did not propose
. 1 hold  a demonstration of the    un-  to give facilities for the passage    of
. nployed as  a   protest    against    the ' tiie Daylight Saving bill as a govern-
_.bllc expenditures incidental to    the I ment measure at the present
1 scoption of the  American  Beet.    In ' of parliament.
ihe house of assembly last night, Mr.; ^= ���	
Ho'comh,  one of  the  members,   said
that there was danger that   the visit 1
of the  American fleet    might    cause j
(thu colonies to place dependence   on 1
the United States rather than on the I
mother  country.     He,   therefore,     re-1
���
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They are in fine condition, and are to be
had' cheaper at the PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORE than any other store in town.
Call   Us Up and  Give  Us   Your  Order
THE
: Public Supply Stores GEOprAo?fMS \
Columbia   Street.
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New   Westminster,  B.  C.
Phone   92.
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gptted  that  the Invitation  had  been
len, f
MERCILESS WAR DECLARED ;
ON MURDER BT MEDICINE;
Washington. July  L7.���Preparations ;
1
..re being made today by governmenl
.-xperts to commence a mercllesfe war
on patent medicines, The test case
will be filed against the manufacturers \
/���>) "Madame Yale" preparations, a
targe stock of which were recently
seized In a Washington department
;_w,;:e. It is alleged by the governmi nt
experts who are preparing the case
that, the statements made on the labels
of the preparations are false aud misleading.
Tenders Wanted
Westminster-Clj-lliwack j
Railway-
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned, up to 12 o'clock noon,
Thursday, 23rd July, for the clearing,
grading, etc., of the second section,
twenty-six miles, Cloverdale to Ab-
ibotsford, of the above railway.
A. .inwked cheque equal to five per
cent, of the amount of tender must
accompany all bids.
Specifications  and   all  other lntor- j
matron can be obtained at my office.
The   lowest   or   any   tenders   not |
necessarily accepted.
CHAS. GARDEN, C. E���
B. C. Electric Ry. Co... Ltd..
Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C. \
July 8th, a��08. '
The Big Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
Still Goes on at the "Big Clothing House"
Owing to the backward season we find
ourselves overstocked
with
Summer Goods
which we have to sacrifice. Our loss is
your gain.
In two-piece, some In three-
piece summer suits, tweeds
and worsteds.
Three-piece, dark  color, I..1. .;
yours for  $8.00
Two-piece light and medium
colors, $10.00;  now  . .$6.50
Two-piece light and medium
colors, $11.00;  now   . .$7.50
Two-piece light and medium
colors, $12.00; now  . .$8.00
Two-piece light and medium
colors, $13.00; now  . $9.10
Two-piece light and medium
colors, $15.00; now..$10.50
Boys' Clothing, Bathing Suits, Men's Shirts, Men's Ties.
All Included in the Big Sale
L
PhilHpS, The   Wardrobe  Clothiei
| ^ eickenbacli
COMPANY, Limit.,.
WHOLESALE
and  RETIAIL
RUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Phone 101
PKone 101
orce
Three packages for 25c. Sells regularly at two packages for 23c.
We have some No. 1 potatoes at
$1.50 per sack, or fifty pounds for 85c.
This is a low price, as they are very
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97.
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
Tht
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
invites* you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAH.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
RANKIN.. BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Bkanch.     p. b. LYLE,  Mgr.
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345 'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FAONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - NEW WESTMINSTER
MM_f
B. C. Mills, Umber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactur.r* anj D.aier* in All Kind, ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster S. S.     RAMUJNA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings bet-veen
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley, j
Mission ami way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Braekman &   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.  WHITMORF. Secretary.
I    ooeis     0f    Canadian     North-Weit
Homestea*.   Regulations.
-,j..   (ven numbered section of Do-
nion   lauds   in   Manitoba,   Baskatch-
,in unci Alberta, excepting 8 aud 26,
��� reservod, may he homesteaded by
. : .ou who is the sole head of a
.,, .. or any male over IS years of
, to the extent of one-quarter sec-
,;, of 11.0 acres, mure or less.
Application for entry must tie
ide m person by the applicant at
1���.minion Lands Agency or sub-
, ncy for the district in which the
at) i. situate. Entry by proxy may,
iwever, be made at an agency on
rtaln conditions hy the father, nwili-
x>n, daughter, brother or sister of
ntendlng homesteader.
...  homesteader is rejuired to per-
��� ������. ihe homestead duties under one
be following plans-
I   i    At least six months' residence
and   cultivation of  the land  In
year for three years.
i.i    a Homesteader may,  if he  so
,. res,  perform  the    required    resi-
.,.,,.���  duties   by   living  on     farming
i.i owned   solely   bv   him.   not  less1
an eighty   ts(')   acres in  extent,  in
vicinity of his homestead.    Joint
lershlp in land will not meet this
jjulr< ment.
(3)    tf tlie father (or mother, if the
, | leceased) of a homesteader'
permanent residence on  fanning
I i  owned  solely   by   him,   not  less
in eighty  (80)   acres in  extent,  (n
. vicinity of the homestead, or up-
., homestead  entered  for by him
the vicinity, such homesteader may
Irform his own  residence duties by!
ring with the father (or mother).
1)    The term "vicinity'' in the two1
���ceiling paragraphs  is  defined    as
.aning not more tl*tin nine miles in ;
direct  line, exclusive nf the width,
road allowances crossed    In    the
eusurenient.
|(5)    A   homesteader   intending     to j
prform  his  residence  duties   in   ac-
6, lance with the above while living
Ith parents or on farming land own- j 1'. 0. Box 471.
���  by himself must notify the agent:
Tr the district of such intention.
|S._  months' notice lu  writing must
given to the Commissioner of Do
llnion Lands at Ottawa, of intention;
ipply for patent.
W.  W. CORY. JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Iputy of the Minister of tbe Interior. Manufacturers of
IN.   B.���Unautnortzea  publication   jf ��� Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Hences,   Crest-
advertisement   will   not   he   paid ings. Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowarvs
CaKe Icing
Chocolate, PInR, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
1
Willi __AV_ UIHI.       i
HELD IN CHINESE DENS
Twenty Seven American
Women Cower Before Celestial Master? in Chicago.
MARKET
REPORT
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i i.cago. July  17.���Sam   U***   and
Ci ���   Fong, c'h.nc.. . have been am Bted
Ion   B  charge of conducting a  sort     of
i .i aring house  foi   white slave girls,
It Is alh ged that at leasl 27 Amen
can women are held slaves in ihe Chi
TRY     AN
(Self-Filler)
I Autofiller
Fountain Pen
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The market >i sterdaj  was a
:..   attend
Mnfe of I'" sellers
ind  satisfactorj   bustne ���   foi
,i        ! I.  gi -   show   _    tendencj
wealii n   n price, bul *he most   m ���
worth   fea        of yestc rdaj
the ! irge su* plj oi green vegetables
of  all kinds,   whicli   were   all
quotations.
In the  Rings.
dlvi s of Chit and efforts are
now being madi to arrange their rescue.
FOR     SALE     BY
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j J.J. MacKay & Co.
j CHILE ARE BEING KILLED
IN UKUVES BY MOSQUlTUtS
High Island. Tex . July IT Cattle
ia droves are being killed daily by
mosquitoes <>n ranches around the gulf
coast region, The insect, literally
drain the cattle <>f their blood,   One
| ranchman alone has lost    800    head
i during the past  wei U.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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Fountain Pens
T. J. Trapp & Co.
LIMITED
Harciv, are, Etc.     Columbia Street
Tel. 53.       Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
.. \Vest minster..
Iron  Works
A tew ot the  lines we cs
L. E. WATERMAN
NEW   LINCOLN
PREMIER
AUTOMAT
BLOTAFIL  (Self-filling)
CONKLIN  (Self-filling)
MORRIS (Non leakable).
iW. C. CHAMBERLIN  The """'" X
QUAKE JOLTS CnVNTHY,
BUT NO LOSS OF LIFE
Tacna, Chile, Julj 17 Much valu-
ii! ie pro) ertj In the provinces ol
cna and Arica is in ruins todaj as
��� .,��� resull of ,i tc rrlflc earthquake
which has just shaken the country, No
less nf life has heen reported, The
:able between Lime and Arlca and
telegraph  lines to Bolivia are down
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
fhopsis uf  Canadian   Homestead office and works:
Regulations. Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
lAuy available Dominions lands with- I ________^_________^__^___
the railway belt in British Coluui-
may be homesteaded by any person
i is the sole bead of a family, or
ij male over 18 years of age, to tbe
.cticm  of  100
F. CRAKE I McQUARRIE
mli
pure POWDERED
ktent of one-quarter
feres, more or less.
[Kntry  must  he  made  personally  at
local land office for the district in
Ihich the land is situate.    Entry by
roxy may, however, he made on cer-
Liu conditions by the father, niotfter,
wi, daughter, brother or sister of an
Iteiiding homesteader.
! The homesteader I? required to per-
9):m the conditions connected  there
Hrith    under    one    of the    following
pans:
(1) At Uas: six months' residence
Ipcii and cultivation of thy land In
lach year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
lat' er is deceased), of the home-
jteader resides upon a farm In the
infinity of the land entered  for,  tne
aqulrementa as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing with
[he father or mother.
(3) if the settler has hU perman-
nl residence upon fnrniiug land own-
���l bj him iu the vicinity of his home.
tead. the requirements .as to resl-
��� in <��� may be satisfied by    residence i
���ipon the said land.
BIx months* notice in writing siiou'd
���<  given to the Commissioner of Uovu
nion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
ipply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
i*1* i for a period of twenty-one years
'   oi  annual rental  of $1   -ier acre.
Nol    more   than 2660 acres shall   be
* i*'i"1 to one individual or company.
|A myalty at the rate of five cents per
|'"-> Bhall be collected on    the    mcr-
1 '"table coal mined.
W, W. CORY,
I Deputy 0f file Minister of the Interior
English Watchmaker   I
Two  door,   from   Geo. Adam., Grocr*
Ladles' Gold Watcnes  trom  912.75 up. 11
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch**1    open
face. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes.  double
case, |7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied fo the Welhnsn
���Vrctlc Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enargee reasonable. 	
Sent.On Approval
To Responsible PEO_*_._t
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
C���� InK Pencil
Your Choice of
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Ready for V.. In Any Qu��r..l.y.
Forni��kli.n SOAP, pnllfnln�� witer,reniov.
Invr "U inii.i, dUJnfoctlng (Ink., clo_.t_
���nit _rutin nril Inr mnnv rther putpo��r��.
A _ui.... mli. tO puund.o Ml >ud��-
���OLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GlLLETTSfJfJV^
TORONTO.ONT.
FRONT  STREET.
New We'.-tminBter.
Telephone 333.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Both T. .1. Trap,, ami j, Travi ra In...
��� ���', offering to pui before buyers in
i but with one or two exceptions prices are nol quite up to formei
markets, Mr. Trapp had among his
salt b a  team  ol  heavy  horses,  $560;
i. rig and harness, $210; horse,
buggy aud harness, $160; baj horse,
.-:!������. grey gelding, $235; sorrel, $115;
yoke of oxen. $175; Jersey cow-, $2$,
and red cow, $35 A large quantltj of
wagons, harness and furniture wns also sell.    The cattle prices,  it   will     ho
bi en, wi re particularly reasonable,
Meat.
There  waa a  good supply of beet,
ar.d the call was equal to the BUpplj
Of mutton and lafnh the offering tores
fair and the demand good,   All prime
veal  sold at  oW figures,  without  diffi
cultj     Pork was naturall)  limited al
this time   of   lhe   year,   A   certain
amounl of meat was left on hand al
th. conclusion of the market
Eggs. Butter and Poultry.
ECggs continued at 36 and 30 cents a
dozen retail and wholesale, respectively, which have been the miing
figures tor some time, Supply wus
again large. Butter continues firm al
31 ci its. There was a good supply of
hens, and tlie demand for birds in condition was large, however, some jobbers had a poor class of birds, wiiich
went at low figures There was a fair
offering, and demand for chickens.
Broilers sold readily, Manj small
mes wi,- offered and only sold .at
prices according to size, The number
Of young dUCltS was large, prices falling to $3 00 a dozen.
Vegetables  and* Flowers.
A ; Btated above the supply of freBb
vegetables    was   exceptionally   good.
Growers complain thai the prices have
fallen from last year's figures, hut, the
housewife     benefits     from     cheap
vegetables,   Radishes and onions were
largely called  for, and  peas, carrots
and  turnips all sold  readily.  Rhubarb
reached tht market in a fair quantity.
rhe demand for new potatoes is brisk:
old kinds are now practically a drug
mi the market   The supply  of   cul
flowers,    especially    carnations    anil
sweet   peas,   was  exceptionally     largo
and buyers were numerous. Pol planta
have little call now.
Fruit.
The response   for   fruit was   blink
all day.   The strawberry season being
piactitally over, no prices Were even
quoted at the stalls.   Raspberries and
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Excellent Train Serrice Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
CAPITAL ��14,400.000.ay
RESERVE       111,000.000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   lu   London,   Engluaii
New  York. Chic-go and Spokane, O.8.A., a__d Mexico City     A   >en
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit l6sued, available witl correspondents in all  narts of ttoe ! ^^ a|| ^he principal bUaStness centers of
World. | ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
Having* Bank Department.     Deposits received lu sums of $1 and upwards. TIME PROVINCES.
and Interest allow����d at 3 per c Tt. per annum  'present rate*  add'.i! \ ^��� to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
four times a year. PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Total Assets over $1.8,000.900.00. For Tim.** Tables, etc. ad&reM
M^W WESTMINSTER BRANCH <i   I)   BRYMNER.  Man_**�� ,j GEO. W. VAl��X..
"���--=        -   -J. Assistant C.en'l  Passenger and Ticket
*+***^*mm****m*m*m**mi^*n****M
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water*?.
Family trade a specialty.
fe!-  113- Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
foil
Uatnt
adtfr.ni
Bi IJttQftM Matti. sc I.xia*.
llUslftUns it* JUmU Sut
Every pen yuftimoUa*
full 14 Kl. s*lU_J Goia-���*. ut
ca right hand ruuy be **m\\
in either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Nnn-breakable Tihii^Jkm -
ent, aa desired, tithrr in ]
plain or tnijuwiJ tiutab,
a* preterreo.
Yon iitay Inr th.et>rfi �� ***���*,
If you tlo imt find ii ����� i*t���"'���*��� "**" i
m U-tlrr   arti- le ttiAti yvti CM mi
cura fur mma iiMf thi* tneufi
lain  ia   an.  oilier iii��k-. if nol
! tntirely   iai"f*-l"fr In +**''J  tf
,   ���!"���.�� rrtnrn II es.r.��� 1 wa v...:  mi  l|
���   >i>i. fl   lnf..r it.
CtTf on hit li otir f��iiiont ��n-1 I
popular  kin   .....   ii.k   NMll     n
mi i'1"' ���<*���*��� proof triumph n*j
**   rarrif-1    hi    ftny    pMllloll    In
[ pa*kt* -t ihopplni Va-r. wnui ���'
tny   Mffli *. first it.uit.    ll..*-
| num   (aprlftl)   Cn4(   Iridlora
���Int. ix.lishe-H viilr��iiii""l  Wfc*��f
[ u"    lair*  ."It*   0nUh<     h*t* '
trtnrwlian  (nr (J.'w      *��������'" 1
wtnt*^.    WHlei fnr forniL   W*HH
Bow  "lent you foffet "     Adorr"
!��� Laughlin Mfg. Co.
225     Mt (title BISg .
Dttrolt. ****
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM-
-8  A.M.    TO   11  P.M
As Usual
A^ent, l!tf> Adams St.. ('hicaKu. II!.
WHEN  GOING EAST
".SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEHD YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every ISa-v re the Vest'
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
TJHE TRAIN OF FAME
i���-.
FIRE ALAR.MI  BOXES
S���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T*ntJ_
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
It���Fifth avenue and twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Secnni and Part. Row.
H���Co'itimbla and Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Qij-.��*o s avenue a**".   aixTJh.
24���__..rd avenue and Second.
28���Fifth  av����ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and  Fightl).
>7���Third avenue and Tenth.
S2��� Afne, and Sixth.
34���Bchtiake Machine Works.
3f,���Columbia and McKenzie.
a�����C.P.R   Station.
42���Small & Bucklln Mills.
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.)
Embodies the newest   and best ideas:
I lor   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE!
| ..nd   LUXURY.     It is  lighted   with!
( both  electricity   and  gas;  the   most
S brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
| world.     The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
it.  section  sleeper., luxurious dining
-ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches  and buffet,
hrarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
mrther information call on or write
berries, however, have taken   thei:
place,   Both wild readily at quotation*
for firm stook,   TJn'i-f was a t.<*'*<l dp-
iii.in.l for blackberries, of whicli   the
(itT.'iiug    was    lurRe.      Ht'Bt    quality
cherries rose a cent on the past week.
M.  Monk continued to sell    sprint.
salmon at  r_V_   cents    per    pound.
Snia-lts  and halibut  turned    over    al
in cont. a pound, unci the   demand
was good.
The Harvest.
The min. of the early part of the
week proved damaging to the graai
nml th,' hay harvest now being at its
7AMiith. owing to fatmers cutting late,
the rain ims come a*l an awkward time
for ripening tb<* hay. drain crop!
throughout  the    valley    continue    to
promise well
Official Quotations.
Beef,  hind quarters,  per pound, fle
in 10c, forequarters, ��'���<- to *'''_i'., "<t"-
tmi.  i_c t"    13c;     lamb,    Ur,     v��al.
medium, lie, large, (|c to  lOe; eggs, ,
retail per ilo/.en, 85c, wliolPt-ale, .10c;.
butter,   per pound,    80C^    tfW.ll,   JJVir
do.en, |6.00 to |7.80| ��_bfefr46a, $r>.oo
to   |��.00;   broilers,    |8,8()    to    *r>-00;
ducks, |6.00 to |6.60;   potatoes, new,
per sack, |1.60 tn $t.7.r>. old, per ton,
tis.oii to 110,00; strawberries, no quotations; gooseberries, per pound, 5c to
7c; raspberries, $1 r,(. a crate; black-
herrie. . $1.7. a crate; black currants,
per pound, 7c. red, r,c; peas, per
pound, ."ie; carrots, per bunch, 5c;
beefs, ;,(���; turnips, r.c; radishes, 2^-c;
onions, 2'/_c; lettuce, _^c; cabbage,
each. .",c.
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
Insure Against Election of Bryan.
London, July 17.���Lloyds is writing
risks against the election of Bryan
for the United States presidency, hav-
I ing placed over half a million for Wall
jj_ street since Tuesday. The rate Is ten
per cent. Old time brokers and financiers who wish to protect against a
possible stock slump in the event of
Bryan's election take the policies.
Applications for a million more slrnl-
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730 Second Avenue. Seattle, W.��t lar policies have been received.
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and they did so with the result that
' Mr. Foster was discovered spiculating
with it under the guise of the Union
Published by the Daily News Pub-   Trust Company.
tlshing   Conipany,   Limited,   at   their      Thl8 is the m,m who    expects    the
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, N'ew  Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
people of Canada to make him finance
j minister.     The   man   who    increased
the public debt by millions when    in
and hopes were ex-pressed that with
the coming of good weather the salmon would put In an appearance.
At Chlgnlk the run .began the latter
part of June and for several days was
heavy, but then became light and
when the Dora left fish were scarce.
At   Karluk,    on   Kodiak    island   the
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1908
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DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forget that a Conservative
Government in Canada means an end
to the prosperity enjoyed under a
Liberal administration.
"Thirty feet to trie gulf."
THE SIGNS OF PROSPERITY.
There are many prominent features
to sustain the view that the spasm of
depression just experienced more or
less throughout the world as the re-
office. The man who had to borrow Weather had been very bad and there
money to pay the ordinary running ex- was a very poor run, but It was the
peruses of the country. It would be a. belief of the cannerymen that there
sorry day for Canada should the man would be an average run before the
who played such a conspicuous part season was over. At other canneries
in the nest of traitors, ever be placed thc pack was an average, so that with
again in a Cabinet position. i various reports of the pack so far it
I would appear that while some canner-
| !es have not done  well, the outlook
for the  summer is  favorable  for an
I average' pack.
At Orca, Icy straits and other places
in Southeastern .Alaska the pack has
been very good, especially at Orca, for
the run of salmon on the Copper river
has been unusually heavy.    The  run
| of pinks in Icy straits has been sat-
! isfactory   and  there  will be a   large
good ! pack of these flsh.
Last  year  the pack    amounted to
about 2,000,000 ca_see.
PROSPECTS ARE GOOD
FOR BIG SALMON PACK
Dora  Returns from  Alaska Canneries
With Encouraging News Concerning   Fisheries.
Seattle, July  17.���There    is
reason   tobielie've   that   Alaska's  sal-
suit of an unnecessary alarm has in j mon pack, which last year' was val-
the main passed.   Money is easier for \ ued at nearly $8,000,000, will be du-
truly legitimate purposes. I pi,cated  tnls  season.    Word  was  re-     Many Wou)d Accompany Roosevelt.
The iron and steel production has j ceived yesterday from all thc canner- Oyster Bav, N Y., July 17.���The
now found work for 50.000 operatives . ies weBt and north of Seward, and)President le being'inundated with
who have been idle for several months i with the exception of a few places letters from people all owr the coun-
in Pittsburg alone. As metals are the where tno weather has been bad, de- try asking that the writers be allow-
basic materials for most industries, ,aylng $,<> arrival ot the salmon, the | ^ to accompany him on his lion hunt
thc demand shows a resumption of ToportB are favorable for a big pack. | to Afrtca next y^,.
productive activity. Railways center- j The learner Dora arrived at Seward
ing in Pittsburg have put their repeir Tuesday, after making a round trip to
shops on double shift and, strange to ��� an the canneries west and north of
say, in the mining and coal districts ; that riolllt gne visited Bristol bay,
there is a shortage of labor, so much l int0 whlch the Kuskokwim flows, and
so that it Is hampering production.' found that th(, nm of saimon was sat-
Idle unskilled labor there may be, hut  -Sfactory.      All    the canneries were
NOTICE
Impounded���July 11, one grey horse,
with foretop clipped. Unless claimed
before Thursday. July 23, at 10 a.m.,
skilled  workmen are hired as fast as
..       ,       xi,-i same will be sold to defray expenses,
working well up to capacity when the . & ^  McMURPHY
Dora  sailed.                                              j _       '
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Fish were scare at some points, bnt '
Tenders Wanted
tbey  apply, so great  is the hurry  to
resume operations.
The prospect of a good ciop has set! this wa_ iai(1 t0 a backward season,!
our    own   railways    in the Dominion'   |
moving to prepare for the handling of
it.     The  Canadian   Pacific  shops    at i
Montreal  are reported to have taken j
on  several hundred  men, and Intend j
to add' to their  working force in thei        Ns   mors   need   of   sending
near future.    The Grand Trunk have   orders to "The other side."    You can
been  working steadily all the season! now get the best rubber stamps, made
turning   out   new    and   repairing old( of good gum rubber, on    latest    im-
rolling stock. proved machinery, by expert workmen,
There can lie no question but that \ and
business   suffered,   especially  in     the        VfADEIN    ��  ANADA        VV. n  <,. , i     ' ���.   ,n hi-,.. i h,,  ,���  :
fruit line, because of the reduction of        W^LID   IIS    ^Al*.ADA      |
_���_. i tin. '. Mail  orders filled same dav as re-
their working torce by some railways u c  u"y
last fall, when the cry of hard times
was in the air. This is not as it
should be, because this business is always safe ami remunerative and the
failure to handle it points to something wrong in the system that permits hard times to be created where
they Bhould not exist. It is promising,
to say the least, to see our own roads
preparing for an expected increased
demand upon their transportation
facilities. Tbey are the indications
upon wheb to read the season's prospects, for their Intelligence depart-
nents are well posted and generally
aiu> a very Conservative view of crop
sssibilities. We are told by those
qualified to judge that the crops are
Trom two to live weeks ahead in the
Northwest, when compared with last
.year and that even if the remaind' r
of the season is unfavorable, a good
< rop Is assured. The wheat crop is
estimated al 100,000,000 bushels, and
it ii, iy go 25 per cent, more, so that,
taking the' lower estimate, there
should be an Increase over lasl year's
yield of 23,000,000 bushels. As the
agricultural production is the base of
all commercial and industrial development, as far as the Dominion is cqu-
cerned, We may safely rest assured of
a season of prosperity, This healthy
condition wlll bring about rapid and
complete recovei-y from the financial
depression of which we were fortunate
in only feeling the fringe. The pros-
���peci should make every person within
rour borders hopeful and energetic.
Sealed tenders, marked Tenders for
j Excavation, will be received by the
^ undersigned up to noon oa Monday,
r,n j the 20th of July , for excavating base-
I ment of K. of P. hall, southeast corner
jof Eighth and Agnes street, New
j Westminster. B, C
I    Plans mav be seen at the office of
MADE IN  CANADA
Trust Block.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
' sarih* accepted.
A.  G.   BAGLEY    &   SONS p. Mcintosh,
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver. s, . ,.ury Building Committee.
"Bagley Makes Good Rubber Stamps"   Box  8,  New Westminster,   R  !'.
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Reid & Co.
Successors  to  Hi   L. DeBeck
TO THE ���
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Successful
Buyer
We Extend  a
to    Visit   Our
Special   Invitation
Store   Daring Our
Great Cut Price
Stock Reducing Sale
There Are Many Reasons Why
You Should See Our Goods Before
Buying, and They Are All Summed
Up in the Prices We Quote and the
Quality of Goods We Offer for Sale
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Successors   to   H.   L*  DeBeck
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Today's
BUSINESS    	
We've been busy all week un-igj
packing new summer goods from m
the very best eastern markets.   From Boston we M
have received several lines of ladies' tan and golden MJ
Blbrown Gibson Tie Oxfords.   From Toronto a line of pi
Ladies' White Canvas Blucher Cut Oxfords.    Reoru-
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"Thirty feet to the gulf.'
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FOSTER'S RECORD TOO DIRTY.
M foster has one thing to learn
aaJ iii- i.-* slow to acquire thu intorma-
ijon���he seeks to gala power by attempts to prove the unworthlness of
those who now govern. Apply the
same test to liims. If, he has long forte ��� d anj right to the confidence of
the people. A leopard cannot change
;... spots, neither ean Mr. Foster lie
expected to se:. a higher standard for,
h lelf in the future than he lias done
in the past, and measured by that
standard Mr. Foster comes far short
of the measurement of a man who
should be entrusted with the affairs
of the people,
The people of Canada remember
thai Mr, Foster was, by his own evidence, found guilty of employing Hi':
funds of the widows and orphans of
the Foresters; in a manner contrary
to law. His only defence was that
when the funds went into the Union
Trusl Company tbey ceased to belong-
to the Foresters. This was nothing
but a quibble, It is true he formed a
company for the purpose of concealing
the funds, but the Insurance Com-
Mlsstonera decided that they could
follow  the money   wherever  it went,
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Snappy Shoes
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lar  $2.50   shoes.   Selling  today   for  $1.75.   Also
Misses'   and Children's White Canvas Shoes, the (&
very newest styles.   For men we are showing some Pfc
new lines in Patent Leather and White Canvas Goods, fe
J3Q Our $1.75 American Canvas Shoe for men is a wonder.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
M ike no mistake, but ��t*rl your orchard right, bj  buying ft
HOME NURSERY, where you are not  bothered with fumigation
well as gi ttlng acclimated trees.   We hav oyer 200,000 fruit trees and
can  handle your order,  no matter  what   the size,    if  we    hav.'
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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ARE YOUR EYES
Troubling You ?
If  so,  come  and   have  them  e��
aniined.       We   make   no  charge I
for testing your eyes.    All work|
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Optician I
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Qlfford'l |
Jewelry   Store.
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Qj Everybody is asking for them���Get a pair today
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"*v "    "" We keep dressings for all kinds of
Canvas Shoes-Blue, white, brown
and  gray.    Also   silk  and  braid
mahair laces to match the above
colored shoes.
Buy Your Shoes
Today From
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe liouse, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boct.
New Westminster
J TRAVF1K AUCTIONEER and
J. 1I\/\VL1\_3 VALUATOR .  .  .
Ali   business   in  this  line   guaranteed
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale  every  Friday  mornlm
on the  Market square.
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FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO,
A Hardman.    A. James,   j. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl
What They All Say
"I   didn't   know   we   mill I
get biicli good work In Wesl
minster."
These are the words nf one
of our customers (a professional man) when wo il<' ���
livon-d ,*i new lot Of
stationery,
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SA1ISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St and   Fifth Avenu*.
PHONE  37a
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors.
weatminsteT An.1., Vancouver, h,u. I
July 8th, 1908. <
Telephone 12.
New Westminster Saturday, jui-t to, .wo
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Tlie Cash Stores T.  H.   Smith The Cash Stores
Summer Sale News Items
Now for the Greater Enthusiasm in the
 JULY SALE���
Nothing succeeds like success; nothing incites this
store to the greater efforts like your appreciation of
the great inducements of the July sale. The summer
goods to use and wear now and for weeks ahead are
being scattered right and left, but that's not all,
every stock is being shaken up. The plum tree of
big savings is being shaken as never before, and the
plums are falling thick and fast.
Surprising value in
women's white underskirts
$2.00 VALUES FOR $1.00.
Fifty in the lot,  mirl... of fine cambric Nalnsoolf
and Spanish long  cloth;  deep  embroidery   flounce
and tucks.  Our    regular    $2.00    line;    July    .salt.'
iii-ice    $1-00
40c corset covers for 25c
Three and a half dozen in the lot; made of soft
Nainsook embroidery and lace trimming; a good
selling line a. 40c.   July sale price  25c
The Biggest Waist
Bargain of the Season
$2 Women's Waists for $1
Eighty-three Waists of fine Lawn and  Mull    nd Swiss    Muslin;    over
ihtrtj   different   ind  di tlncl  designs nicely trimmed with Valenclenne lace     \
;.:ui shadow work embroidery.   This i. a bu h   - I; >m offered at tliis seas m
of the year,    Regular price ;. - $2.00,   Vour i tolce for  $1-00
New shipment of madras muslins
Mways abreasl of the times We I ke pleasure In showing you for the first time the new Madras
Muslin in the cathedral design, the latest-thing In drapery. We have aa comprehensive a range of these
goodi ;.. are to be found -anywhere,   Prlci    from  ;���  40c to 90c
English bath towels
50c pair
I w< nty-fo ;������ I v in -.-two Inch
i.id pure whl*i' Turkish Towelling ile prl<
oer ntiir  50.
80c hemstitched pillow
case for 60c
Full  bleached Cotton, 4_ by tl Inches, beautifully
h tustltche i  pi r tfeir 60c
Nottingham lace curtains
$1.50 pair
la white with  nic.'    applique    border.    RegulaT
$2.25.   July sale price  ��1.50 \   light grounds    July sale prl<
15c art muslin
for 7 l-2c
thirty and ,(j inches wide; some double bordered,
 7;'2c
Wash goods at bargain prices
in fancy Organdies Batistes, Muslins; all perfecl goods,   Julys-ale price, per yard  10c
Big savings in linen handkerchiefs
out of our big assortment we have pioked these two items for your consideration;
MEN'S   LINE!   HANDKERCHIEFS.   40c    VALUES
FOR 25r.
In men's pure Irish linen, M and '_ Inch border.
Regular 40c each.   July Bale price, each  25c
WOMEN'S  HANDKERCHIEFS. 20c EACH.
In  pure Irish linen, IS inch border. Regular price
' 10c each.   July sale prce, each 	
20c
HOSIERY VALUES
HOSIERY VALUES     -
��� ��� TKaBI     ;:'c LACE LISLE HDSL FOR 50c.
In pink, blue, grey, black ami white Lace Usle Hose; also a manufacturer's sample line of  . i lous em
roidered Cashmere and Uale, ?5e and 8&   values,   Julj sale price, per pair    50c
Small wares department
SPECIAL ITEMS
35c AND 40c WASH BELTS FOR 25c.
in  embroidered white Duck with fancy buckles,
- tc,    July sale price  25c
Ladies fancy neckwear
All oar Women    fancj  Neckwear is reduced to
the balance  oi thla month; also fancy I'ln*. Blous
Sets anil Jewolry.
Dress tweeds and colored
lustres for 30c per yard
A late shipment of fancy Tweeds and plain
Lustres. Regular 50c v.alues are being shown this
week at, per yard  30c
2oc ginghams for 12 l-2c
a golden opportunity,   All our magnificent stock
Of 150 and 20c Scutch Clnghams nro on sale at. one
price, per yard   12'/2C
T. H. Smith's
GREAT   SEMI-ANNUAL   SALE
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OtyNcts] jusi m This Special j
I. J. Pearce an.l Mrs  \V. Clark   I     _-v ��� i        i , i
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I, Pearce and Mrs. W. Clark   ���
and famllj will leave today tor Alice-
; vi,],-   where thej  will spend the next
fe-*    ������     - camping. *
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:���  lln'rl meals 2.c.
An i ��� -���:;- item on the program
of the meeting of the Olivet B. Y. P.
U,  Monday evening, besides   the   ad
.dress ' \   Dr, Hall,  will  be a musical
ber rendered by a mixed quartette
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! A number of Westminster riflemen
an- leaving tomorrow morning for
Victoria  where they will take p*irt in
I the Provincial rifle league matches on
July   20,   L'I   and   22,   at   Clover   Point
, ranges.
I    Not made to please the eye, but to
please   the   palate.     The   "B.  C."   and
I "Old Sport" Cigars. ������
A   practice cricket   match    will    lie
I played at Moody square this afternoon
between members of the Westminster
Cricket club.    All players are requested to put  In an appearance by 2:30
i o'clock.
One iron bed, good strong tfnrfi1
spring and mattress  to \\ \l\ j
fit, for
We have one hundred beds to choose from   All
sizes.    Have a look.
WE  MAKE  AWNINGS
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LEI'S MAMMOTH fURNITURE EMPORIUM
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite Lome Street.      Phone 73.
Se<- .1.  Eugene Brown',
snaps In  outing suits.
windows for
Taxes are coming in .veil at the
city hall, many citizen, taking advantage of the thirty days graci The
notices are all out on time. Tn obi iin
the rebate taxes must be paid by
August 15,
Grand handicap bowling tournam
commences Tuesday,  July 21, at  Cai
ver'a bowling alley.    Five prizes,    All
bowlers have an equal chance.
A meeting of tho journeymen barbers of this city will iio beld on Mon
day evening, when organization of a
local union commenced on Thursday
evening will be completed, W. D.
Rogers has been elected president and
W. Breiner secretary pro tem.
We have a nice cottage on extra
large lot, with fruit trees aud small
fruits In rear. Ninth street, near
Queen's avenue, for short time at
$1,500, easy terms. Abbott & Hyde.
_:;s   Columbia  street.
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New Windsor Ties for Ladies in Great Variety     |
Dr. Irvine, of Toronto, and F. Lally;
of Cornwall, have been selected to
act as referees in the championship
deciding lacrosse games between the
Westminster and Shamrock teams on
July 21 and 28 al Montreal. Both
men hav,. n reputation for acting
square anil al ove board on the field
of play and are favorably known to
many people In this city.
Flrsl class cut carnations only 25c
a dozen al Davies & Son. Telephone
B208 ����
The annual picnic of St. Peter', ca
thedral wlll take place on Wednesday
to Bowen islan I, via B. C. Ei. It. tram
and steamer Britannia trom Vancouver. Bpecial cars leaving here at ";an
ft. in. A band and string orchestra
will be iii attt ndaiice to discourse tn I
sic on the boat and al the ground
Two games Of baseball have been arranged for, one being Vancouver juniors vs. Y. M. L. 3., and the "thei
elderly men of St. Peter's parish vs.
elderly men of Vancouver. One dol
lar for thp round trip will be the tare
demanded of adults, ohlldren being
charged fifty cents. The picnic will
be held on a line bathing beach win re,
Groceries
Give us a trial on your
grocery order.   We can
Save You Money
Our stock is fresh and
up-to-date.
Fruits of All Kinds
Summer Drinks
Everything you want in the
grocery line for a camping
expedition.
Prompt Attention
Courteous Treatment
according    to   semi-official    reports,
mosquitoes are not   permitted to congregate.
Your .mting will be Incomplete without a box of "B, C." Cigars. *��
The North Vancouver Brewing company, a new organization, applies for
fifteen Inches of water from MacKay
creek. North Vancouver, for brewing
and domestic purposes, The application is made through A. P, May. .secretary of the company,
The ladles of Knox church. Sapperton, are having a trolley party to
English bay on Friday evening, July
24, A special car will leave Sapper-
ten limits at Tlio p.m Tickets [or
round trip. 50c. **
(!. L. Tait. a young man who was
found lying unconscious In Stanley
park towards the end of Last    week,
; and who is known in this city, lias
been committed to the provincial asylum, he having boon adjudged Insane
after an Investigation of a story that
he had been attacked and almost
murdered by a former    partner    bad
; proved it to lie a fake.
A nulil cigar, but strong ou quality,
the    .uto." ��*
Robert Cassldy, K.C., has been Instructed :��������� Hon. W. J. Bowser, attorney-general, to prosecute on behalf of
the crown In the case of Joan Kendall
and .Neil Johnson, Fraser river fisher.
men, who were summoned this week
for fishing wit limit provincial licenses.
Th n wlll appear this morning before Magistrate Plttendrlgh In the d'.s-
; trict court, for a bearing. They both
refusi d to take oui provincial licenses,
claiming thai their federal licenses
gave i hem full right a to fish.
club. The intermediates will play a
game in Victoria on August S against
the Capital City Intermediate team.
��� For cut flowers for any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 181. *
The team of Westminster bowlers
which is going over to Victoria t����
make good a challenge sent, some days
ago to a Victoria team will leave to
morrow morning for the Capita! City
The match will be played at the Vic
torla bowling parlors, the only bowl-
ing alley in Victoria. The local team
wlll be composed of Carver, Wlllette,
Hale. Hughes and Monteith.
Captain Bruce has rearranged his
plans with regard to the running of
the .1. C. Bruce, She Is now Inspected
ami a regular business will be commenced Monday. He now plans to
make a double trip daily, and lake In
Ladner and Port Oulchon. Final arrangements, however, are not yet completed, She will berth at t.he Brackman-Ker wharf.
The products of the fruit lauds of
the Okanagan valley occupied a prominent place In tho prize list at the recent Dominion fair at Calgary. Kel-
owna is the centre of the Okanagan
fruit district. Irrigated lands there
stdl at $ 1 SO per acre on payments
spread over three years. If you want,
to investigate the opportunities here
see White, Shiles fi Co.. 200 Columbia
street. New Westminster, respecting
their free trip proposition on July
.sth. ������
From present Indications it Is unlikely   thai   the     ; rop< sed    lacrosse
! match between tbe Victoria Benlors
and the Westminster Intermediates
playing as senior;- will not take place
| as Intended on Saturday next, the executive of the Westminster Lacrosse
club not feeling disposed to offer a
guarantee of $85 to the Victorias, as
the cate receipts would not be sufficient to warrant this. A COUUfc V
proposition which has been advanced
by some of the Intermediates thai they
bear half the expense of bringing the
Victorias over Is not looked upon with
I'avnr by the older members of   the
Don't Fail to Take in the
B.Q.R. Employees Picnic
AT LANGLEY
Monday, July
20, 1908
Steamers Heaver and Ramona will
leave C. P. H. Wharf al 8 a.m. sharp;
returning at T> p.m. and 9 p.m.
Attractions include baseball, baby
show, dancing and other sports.
Valuable prlr.es.
MONEY TALKS AGAIN
The following letter speaks for
itself and is another evidence of
the quick manner in which our
companies settle their  claims.
Howard & Muirhead
BURR BLOCK, Columbia Street
Phone No. 386
A. W. McLeod, Esq.,
Agent   Dominion   Fire   Insurance
Co..  New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���We beg to express our
great appreciation and satisfaction
for the very prompt manner in
which you have settled our loss by
fire on Monday, for although our
claim forms were only completed
Tuesday we have today received
your company's check in full payment, just two days after our claim
was made out, and only three days
after the fire. Wishing you and
the Dominion every success,
We are, sincerely.
FEENEY & HENRY.
We can give you a lower rate too
than other offices if you have a
good risk. Let us quote you our
figures.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
IM-IOO (��57.63) Dollars to provide!city
lhe repayment of .ihe principal,    iher��
for    the
purposes   mentioned taxation should be avoided, and the
jopen Council the
day of
1908.
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(Contributions for this column must
be left at t'he office of the News before
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission ot
any church notice from this column
Indicates that no copy has been turned
In by the pastor or other responsible
party.)
Sunday,  July   19.
QUEEN'S AVENUE .METHODIST���
Rev. \V. II. Barraclough, B.A,, pastor.
Regular services at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30
p. m.    (.No subjects received.)
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Services 11 a.m. j
and 7 p.m. Morning���-Life's .Mysteries"; evening: "The Reason of the
Mysteries, of Life." Dr. T. P. Hall,
Ph. D., of Vancouver, will address the
Young People's society Monday evening at S o'clock, on "Christian Socialism."
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCO-
PAl_��� Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Holy Communion first Sunday in the month after morning service. Prayer meeting
on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
(No subjects received.I
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev. .1. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
No subjects received.
WEST END -METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.
No   subjects   received.
SAPPERTON .METHODIST ��� Rev.
L. Thomas, pastor. Services at 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.
No   subjects   received.
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. B. A.
Sand, pastor.
No   subjects   received.
HOLY TRINITY���Celebration ofthe
Holy Communion S a.m., Matins,
Litany and sermon 11 a.m, Evensong
and sermon 7 p.m.
No   subjects   received.
THE CITY .MISSION will conduct
services at tiieir hall on Eight street
jest a few doors above Columbia
street, Sunday .afternoon at ;i o'clock,
Mid at 7:30 p.m., also on the street
Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock.
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
amalgamated  under  authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
President Sir D. H. McMillan, K. C. M. G.
General Manager J. W. deC. O'Grady
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Issues Travellers' and Commercial Letters of Credit, available
in all parts of the World.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
'"���V
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Trains & Steamers
SOCIETIES.
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODtoE, NO. 27	
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfellews' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock.
*. O. U. W.���FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block,  Clar_(.sou   stieei
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:1"'. 9:35,
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at .New Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland express arrives 12:45
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. VV. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. __ Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:65 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R���PORT GLICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p-m-
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:45 on Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and S a.m., and every haif
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at -
5:50, 0:50,  7:20 and half hourly  tilt I
11:30 p.m.
.OURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���.Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at . o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge aue held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows' Hall
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every yuesday
evening at S p. m., in the Eagles'
nail, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofield, Secretary.
Mail Service
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster,
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION, PITT MEADOWS.
HAMMOND. HANEY. Other offices
on the liny to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice will be given
as additional offices are opened,
British (iaiumhia Telephone Co., Ltd.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re  Subdivision  A of the    northwest
quarter of Section 2, Township lti.
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of  title number   7460 F,  issued
in the name of Donald    Fraser,   has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that. I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
r. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry,  Office,   New   Westminster, B. C, ,l'_r.e 2!��, 1908.
I Dispatched by C. T. R. train at 7:15
I       a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No. 1, daily e_._-.,.. Sunday; Sapperton No. 1, daily except
j Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
j Dispatched by B. C. Electric, rallwaj
Co., 6:30 a.m.
1    Vancouver,  No.  1,  dailyexcept Sun
days.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Vancouver,    No.    3,   and    Burnaby
j Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; dally   ex-
I cept Sunday.    Return mails received
at 6:30 p.m. j
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. first, mail). Return mall received
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Springs, Westminster
.Junction. Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No.  2;  Millsld ��
Coquitlam, daily except Sun..a>     ._..-
turn mail received at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12*00 noon:
Tlmberland, Strawberry Hill, Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver.
excepi Stinbury.
Sunhuriy,     Mondays.   Wednesdays
and  Fridays;   Paves  11   am.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 d. m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. 8 45 a.m.:
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, la.,. __ell.,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points In eastern states), daily except Sunday. Return malls received
at 3.30 p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays .and Thursdays,
.Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
IONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191,���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I.  O.  O. F.���Royal  City   Loage.   No.  3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. J. S- Lawrence,
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G, recording secretary.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degre^meet.s Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
ln K. of P. Hall, rv>iumhia St.. at
8 p. m., Wbite Rose Decree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
.No. 17, A. F. and A. aM.; L. O. L.,
.No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
_|\, Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nesf No. 29;
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westmin
ster Roard of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. Now
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sw.
PROFESSIONAL.
A WHEALLER, BARRISTKR, SO-
��� licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court House, New Westmin
ster.    Phone 113.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk ,
Columbia street, New 'Westminster.
VV. J. Whiteside, II. L. Kdmonds.
MARTIN __ McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, corner
Clarkson  and   I-orne streets.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon blocl., Columbia and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis   block,  ClarkSOIl   street.     .'.   o.
Box 169.   Telephone 6..
WF. HANSPOR D. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets. New Westminster. E. O,
ADVERTISE  IN  IHE   NEWS
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BUSINESS
NEEDS
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COSTS MONEY
See Our
Ad. Man
For
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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.
cIkcDaily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
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NEWS
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We  print  ads.   ranging   in   size
from   one    line   to   double   page
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New Westminster rURDAY, JULY 18, 1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
[e Debenture By-Law,
1908
-Law to enable the Council of the
���.rporation of the City  of    New
(estminster to raise by a loan the
m of Six Thousand Five Hundred
i,500.00) Dollars for the erecWon
equipment of a Fire Hall at
leen's Park and for improve-
ents and equipment for the Fire
tall at Sapperton.
ERKAS, it is proposed to erect
juip a Flre Hall at Queen's Park
.aid City and to Improve and
fr equip the Fire Hall at Sapper-
the said City, entailing the ex-
jre of 16,500.00.
WHEREAS, It appears that if
(1 sum of $6,500.00    be appro-
from the general revenue of
Ity for the current year the rate
ition will be excessive, and It
edient that such excessive tax-
Ihould be avoided, and the said
liould be raised on the credit of
^rporation, and that debentures
be issued for that amount.
WHEREAS,  for the payment
jrest on the   debentures    probe issued under this By-Law,
creating a sinking fund for the
it of the said debentures when
will be necessary to raise by
rate, in addition to all other
each year during the currency
said debentures,    the sum of
I hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
')   Dollars;
WHEREAS, in order to raise
d yearly sum of Three Hund-
.gbty-two and 63-100  ($382.63)
an equal special rate on the
rill be required to be levied on
bole  rateable   property    of  the
New Westminster.
WHEREAS,   the   whole   rate- ,
royerty  of    the said  City,   ac-
to the last   revised    assess- i
.11 thereof, Is Four million, one j
and     fifty   thousand,   eight '
and   eighty     ($4,150,8.0.00) ;
bentures  shall be applied as  follows! to cause aay number of debentures to  debenture should  be issued for that; NOTICE,
aad not otherwise, towards paying the j be made, not exceeding in ttte whole  amount. j    Take notice that the above is a true
cost of the passing of this By-Law the sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00) AND, WHEREAS, for the payment j copy of the proposed By-Law which
and, the issue and sale of the deben-I Dollars for such sums of money as of Interest ou the debentures pro- will be taken into consideration by
tures therein referred to and all ex-I may -be required, not less than One posed to be Issued under this By-Law, the Municipal Council of the City of
penses in connection with the said {hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an and for creating a sinking fund for the ; Sew Westminster one month from
loan; recouping the treasury of the : equivalent expressed in pounds sterl- payment of the said debentures when the first publication in the "Daily
said City such sums as have been this jing of the United Kingdom of Great)due. It will _e necessary to raise by -News" newspaper, which first publl-
year expended until the proceeds of Britain and Ireland at a value of 4.866 i special rate, in addition to all other j cation took place on the 25th day of
the sale of the said debentures have'to the pound sterling;    and all such   rates, each year during the currency j June, 1908, and that a vote    of    the
HAILSTORM. KILL GEESE
AND HOliS NEAR SPOKANE
become available and towards the
cost of the erection and equipment of
a Flre Hall at Queen's Park and im-
debentures shall be sealed with the
Seal of the Cor;>oration, signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the Trea-
provements and equipment    for Fire j surer thereof, or by such other per-
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid. [son or persons as may be thereunto
(7) This By-Law   shall  take   effect j lawfully authorized
of the said debentures, the sum of electors of the City wlll be taken on
Nineteen hundred, thirteen and 13- the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
100 ($1.13.13) Dollars; Iday of July, 1908, between the hours
AND, WHEREAS, ln order to raise | of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. m., at
the said yearly sum of Nineteen hun- j the following places, namely: The
dred,   thirteen   and   13-100  ($1913.13) (council Chamber, Citric Building; the
on the 1st day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Flre Debenture
By-Law, 1908."
(8) Thia By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
(3) The  said debentures shall    be <Dollars an e(-ual special rate on the] Fire Hall, Sapperton;  and the Light
on the
day of
City Clerk.
1908.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed By-Law which
will be taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication In the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 1908, and that a vote of the
electors of the City will be taken on
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
day of July, 190., between the hours
of nine o'clock a. in. and five p. m., at
the following places, namely: The
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Eire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth   street.
W. \. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 1908.
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
payable on the first day of July, 1958,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint with the appro
! dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole  rateable property of    the
City of New Westminster;
AND,  WHEREAS, the whole  rate-
the payment of the interest at the rate
ot five per centum per annum on the
amount thereof, which Interest shall
be payable half-yearly on the first day
of January and the first day of July
in each and every year, and the said
Station, Tenth street.	
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 25, 190*.
val of the holders thereof, and "shall iabl<- property of the said City, accord-
have attached to them    coupons for ;ln�� to tiie last revlsed assessment roll
thereof, is Four millions, one hundred
and fifty thousand, eight hundred and ,
eighty   ($4,150,880)   Dollars;
A.ND, WHEREAS, the total amount
of the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One million, eighty-seven
coupons shall be" signed by the said |thousand- one hundred ($1,087,100.00)
Mavor. ! Dollars,  irrespective of   the sum  of
(4) A  special   rate   on    the dollar! Ninety-nine   thousand,   five   hundred
shall 'be  levied  and    raised  in  each
Canadian Pacific Railway Ca
British Columbia Coast Un*
Service.
year, in addition to all other rates, on
all the rateable property of the City i
sufficient to pay the interest upon the
debentures  and    to create a sinking
($99,500) Dollars proposed to be raised   under  the    "Street   Improvement
Debenture By-Law,  1908," the  "Mar-
I ket  Debenture    By-Law, 1908,"    the
Belated Storm S-Meeps Across Miles of
Country, Destroying 400,000 Bushels of Wheat���Loss $100,000.
"Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
fund for the pavment of the principal |the "Public Scnools Debenture By-
thereof when due, subject to any Act j Law- 190S'" of wnicb* ������ of the Prin"
or enactment respecting the same.    !ciPal or interest ls ln arrears*
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall | N0W- THEREFORE, the Municipal
be raised annually by special rate as Council of the Corporation of the City
aforesaid, during the currency of thel0f NewWestminster enacts as follows:
said debentures the sum of Three hun- <!) U sha" be lawful for the Mayor
dred ($300.00) dollars for the payment jof the ���iA Cit-V t0 raise by way of
of interest thereon, and the sum  of!loan Romany person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be will-
of
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of Nev.
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00)
Dollars for extension to Market
Building.
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
have this year been expended out of
the general revenue of the City for
the construction of au extension to
the Market Building, and it is expedient that certain additional sums be
expended in like manner, amounting
in all, with the sums already so ex- j
pi nded, to the sum of Six Thousand
($6,000.00)   Dollars.
AM), WHEREAS it appears that If
the     said     sum    of    Six    Thousand
($6,000.00)    Dollars   be   appropriated
.from the general revenue oT the City
shall be lawful tor the Mayor  for the current year the rate of taxa-
ald City to raise by way of tlon will be excessive, and. it. is   exit any person or persona, body   pedlenl   tha*   such   excessive  taxation
.j corporate, who may be will- !should be avoided, and the said sum
���advance the same on the ere,lit  should be raised on the credit of the
debentures    hereinafter men- Corporation,    and    that    debentures
any sum or  sums  of money,   should be issued for that amount.
ceding In the whole the sum of j    AND, WHEREAS for the payment
100. and to cause the same to be lot Interest on the debentures promised
'to  be issued  under this  By-law,  and1; will be
WHEREAS,  the total amount
existing debenture debt of the
Mid City is one million, eighty-seven
thovaud.  ono  hundred   i $1.. .7,100.On i
DolUUTS,   irre. j.ec'iw..'   "���     the   sum   of
OUS jpsn i*'c,|   an I   t w.-nt.v-tive   thou;
TTe   hundred   ($125,500.00)    Dol-
oiiosed to be raised under the
rks     Debenture      By-Law,
the   "Street   Improvement   De-
By-Law,  1908,"  the "Market
e  By-Law,   1908,"    and    the
Schools   Debenture   By-Law,
which none of the principal
ere.-; Is In arrears,
THEREFORE, the .Municipal i
i the Corporation of the city i
Westminster    enacts as  fol-
Fifty-three and 20-100 ($53.20) dollars to provide for the repayment of
the  principal.
(6)  Tha proceeds of the sale of the
said   debentures  shall be  applied  as
follows   and  not otherwise,    towards
paying the cost of the passing of this
By-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures   therein   referred   to;    recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the works herein mentioned or may
be so expended until the proceeds of
the sale of the said debentures have
become available,  and in paying the I
amount to become due for the comple- !sums o�� money
tion of the said extension to the said j
Market  Building.
ing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum of
Thirty-two thousind, five hundred
($32,500) Dollars, and to cause the
same to be paid into tbe Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
(2) It shali be lawful for t_H Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made, not exceeding in the whole
fhe sum of Thirty-two thousand, flve
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, for such
as may be required,
not less than One hundred  ($.100.00)
Dollars each,   or   an    equivalent   ex-
(7) This  By-Law  shall  take  effect |pressed in pounds sterling of the Union the first day of August, 1908, and !ted Kinsd��w of Great Britain and Ire-
may  be cited as the "Market Deben- |l!md' at a value of iM& t0 lhe Pouud
[sterling; and all such debentures shall
i
before   the   final
ture By-Law,  r."S.'
M This By-Law
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
In the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of
Reconsidered and Anally
open Council the
1908.
City Clerk.
1908.
passed in
day of
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of the proposed   By-Law which
Into the Treasury of the said
[or    the    purposes    mentioned
lit shall be lawful for the Mayor
[se any number of debentures to
de, not exceeding in the whole
m of $6,500.00 for such su^ns of
��� as may be  required, not less
|$lu0 each or an equivalent ex-
id in i>ounds sterling of tho Uni-
Bngdoro of Great Britain and Ire-
it a value of 4.H66 to the potujd
g; ami all such debentures shall
led with the seal of tho Corpo-
signed by the Mayor and coun-
Ined by the Treasurer thereof,
Buch other person or persons as
ie thereunto lawfully authorized.
The said debentures shall be
le on the lirst day of July, 1958,
���<h place or places as the Coun-
taken into consideration by
the Municipal Council of the City of
New Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News'' newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
June, 190S. and that a vote of the l
electors of the City will be taken on j
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th <
dav of July,
1908, between the hours
for creating a sinking fund for the
payment of the said debentures when
due, it will be necessary to raise by
special rate, in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
of the said debentures, the sum of
Three Hundred and Fifty-three and
20-100  ($353.20)  Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Three Hundred
and Fifty-thne and 20-100 ($353.20)
Dollars an equal special rate on tb<'
dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of fhe
City of New Westminster.
AND, WHEREAS tho whole rateable  property of the said City,    ac- _ 	
cording to the last revised assessment j \X7_ifrofurnrlr* n��KpntlirP
roll thereof, is Four Million One Hun- ( ������ Aid WUIIO JL/CUCIUUI C
dred  and Fifty Thousand, eight hun- i
' be sealed with the Seal of the Corporation, signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
by  such other  person or persons  as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
(3) The  said  debentures shall    be
; payable on the first day of July, 195$,
I at such place or places as the Council
lot the said Cori>oration may from time
to time apiioint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at    the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
I thereof, which interest shall be payable half-yearly on the first   day of
'January and the first day of July, in
each and every    year, and the  said
coupons  shall be signed by the  said
-Mayor.
(I) X special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised each year,
in addition to all other rates, on all
the rateable property of the City, suf
ficient  to  pay  the interest upon the
debentures   and   to  create  a  sinking
ot niu,. o'clock a. m. and five p. m   at; ^ ^ ^ payinent o�� the prlnolpal
the   following    places,  namely
The
TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
Princess May leavea Vancouver 11
p.m, June 15, 17. Princess Beatrice
July 3 and 15.
VANaOUVER-V'CTORlA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves. Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 pjn_
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily except Wednesday.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on \V*~*d-
nesday.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
88. Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way port3.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver 1:30   p-m- daily,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.ni.   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 Wednes- i
day, from Vancouver   10   a.m. ever/1
Thursday.   Returning arrives at Van j
couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th of |
every  mouth.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday. Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
6  p.m.
Spokane, July 17.���Damage by hailstorms yesterday and today on Camas
and Nez Perce prairies in the vicinity
of Grangevllle and around Stites
Idaho, will aggregate more than $100,-
000. According to reports from a half-
dozen sections near Grangeville, probably 400,000 bushels of wheat wer��
leveled. Chickens, ducks, geese and
even bogs were killed by hailstones.
Another stonu swept across the
prairie country* above Stites today,
levelling grain and beating fruit from
the trees. The path of the storm���
three miles in width and twenty-five
miles in length���comprised the richest
section of Camas prairie.
J'~. *J'.a"--'-
I Wanted ���:- Lost ���:- found |
j For Sale ���:��� fo Rent -:- ftc ��
_K��<_4___t_4fe_K_ __ ____Wfe_B_^__^_*_lfe _Kf _ffc_M1'-t__K___fe_K* *H* _K_Jfr*4fr 4fr-Jfa5
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SITUATION WANTED ��� Stenographer; capable, experienced lumber shipping and commission; Al
references; $60.00. Houston. 991
Pender street, Vancouver.
WANTED���Girl about fifteen to make
herself generally useful. Apply 134
Wellington street,  city.
TO RE.NT���Two rooms for light
housekeeping or furnished. Apply
Empire Tailor Shop.
PO RENT ��� Large front bedroom,
furnished, at $2.00 per week. 121
Third street, between Queens and
Third avenues.
W.-VNTED��� Two or three furnished
housekeeping rooms. Address J. S.,
Daily News.
TO LET���Large furnished front bedroom, near library, 287 Victoria St.
TO LET���First class rooms with   or
without board. Apply Gulchon hotel.
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
__GENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia atreet, Phone 366, P.O.
box S07. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O.Box  885.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
thereof when due, subject to any .\ct
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the I      enftctmeBt re8peottog the same.
Fire  Hall, Sapperton;   and  the Light
Station.  Tenth   street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, June 2."), 1908,
said Corporation may from   died and eighty  ($4,160,880) Dollars.
By-Law, 1908
< time appoint, with the appro-
It the holders thereof, and shall
attached to them coupons for the
nt of interest at the rate of five
���ntuni per annum on the amount
jof, wiiich interest shall be puy-
half-yearly on the first day of
my and "the first day of July in
and every year, and the said
Dns shall be signed by the said
A special rate on the dollar
>e levied and raised in each year
iit.ion to all other rates on all thi
ile property of the City, Bufflol-
' pay the interest upon the de-
lires and to create a sinking fund
lhe payment of the principal there-
���hen due, Rubject to uny Act or en-
lent respecting the same.
Subject as aforesaid, there shall
1'ilsed annually by special rate as
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount j
���f the existing debenture debt of the | A By-Law to enable the Council of the
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
' aforesaid, during the currency of the
I said debentures the sum of Oue thousand, six hundred and twenty-tive
($1,625.00) Dollars, for the payment
of interest thereon, and the sum of
Two hundred, eighty-eight and 13-
100 ($288.13) Dollars for the repayment of the  principal.
(61 The proceeds of the sale of the
said City is One million, eighty-seven
tnousand, one hundred ($1,087,100)
dollars, irrespective of the sum of One
hundred aud twenty-six thousand
($126,000.00) dollars proposed to be
raised under the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 190S," the "Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," the "Public
Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
the "Street Improvement Debenture
By-Law1, 1908," of which none of the
principal or Interest is In arrears.
NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
(1) It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of the said  City  to raise hy way
Corporation   of   the  City    of   New   ^.(1   (lel)t,ntureg   shall   be   applied   as
Westminster  to   raise  by   loan  the
sum  of Thirty-two  thousand,  five
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars for the
construction    of    a    Reservoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHEREAS, certain sums of nione.
have this year  been expended oui   of
the general revenue of the City on the
construction of a reservoir at Queen's
Park and connecting mains, and it is
expedient that certain additional sums
be  expended  in  completing the con-
follows, and not otherwise, towards
paying the cost of the passing of tills
lU-Law and the issue and sale of the
debentures therein referred to, recouping the treasury of the City such
sums as have been this year expended
on the said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
I completion of tho said reservoir and
| connecting mains.
(.7) This By-Law  shall  take
For   reservations   and   '.aroTmatloD
:all or address
ED. OOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
K. J. COYLE.
��_ist. Oen. Pass. Agent. -Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victoria.
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED .VT THIS OFFICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses
June 26.
For other dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED. OOULET,
C. P  R. Agent.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
c
OOKSLEY'S
structlon of the said reservoir and j (7) Thls By.Law shan take effect
connecting mains, amounting In all, j m lhe flrgt day of August, 1908, and
with the sums   already  expended,   to | ^ c,ted ag ,he ..-waterworks De-
of the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five bentuI�� By-Law, 190S
loan from any person or persons
bodj
be will-
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars; (S) Tnls  By-Law,   before  the   final
AND, WHEREAS, It appears that if j paBslns thereof, shall receive the as-
Ifo'the credit Ithe said sum of Thirty-two thousand,  gent of tho elector3 ot the said City
flve hundred  ($32,500)  Dollars be ap  '
or bodies corporate, who may
lne to advance the same	
Bald, during the currency of the Iof the  debentures  hereinafter    men; jflve hundred  ($32,500)  DOUari,��* ajr ,,��� lhe er requlre(1 b   ,
debentures    the sum of    Three  tioned. anv sum or sums of money not  proprla.ed from the general revenue      Recelved ^   a88ent of the el   tors
the   whole the   BUffl  of 0. the City for the current year the I      t]w day of 1908.
18 000 00 and to cause the same to be  rate of taxation will he excessive, and |    nec0nsldered and finally passed in
'.'idrtSto  the Wiil of  the said  it is  expedient  that such    exces.ve cSouncli the day of
C5    ��   the     mrposes   mentioned taxation should be avoided   and the, im
v..-y     IU' '     H _oi.i   -um  _t._.vjii<     ho  raised on.
the  sum  of    Three | tioned, any sum or sums 0
���red   and   Twenty-five ($325.00) [exceeding in
��rs for the  payment of    interest
��n, and  the sum ot Fifty-seven
[63-100 ($57.63) Dollars to provide
the repayment of the principal
QUEBEC   TERCENTENARY
CELEBRATION
Via  C.  P.  R.
Tickets on sale July 14, 15, aud 16,
single fare double journey.
$76.70 for Quebec Tercentenary
celebration, good to return till August
6th.
For further particulars ana reserva-
t;ons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster. |
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vancouver.
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE  NOW ON SALE  AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE,
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office "Phone 185.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
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Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
The funeral of William Robt rtson
takes place from the residence of his*
parents, 318 Third avenue, tomorrow
at _i:'!i) p.m. The body arrives today
from   Victoria.
W.   S.   Dwinnell,  president of    the'
Fraser River Tannery, arrived yester. '
d.iy from   Minneapolis.    Mr.  Dwinnell
has a number of interests in British
Columbia   and   pays   periodical   visits
to  this province.
Two pickup teams will indulge In a
baseball match at Queens park this
afternoon, Sid Malcolmson captaining
a number of players who will try con- >
elusions with nine of the city players. |
Tho game is billed to commence at i
three o'clock.
The .Nt'w Westminster logging com-
pany has closed down its camps at
Howe Sound, and the animals belong- ���
lng to the company nro being transported to Vancouver, lt has not yet
been decided what future operations
shall  be undertaken.
A pleasant party in connection with ,
the ltoyal Templars of Temperance
went over by a special car at 6:55 p. I
m. last night to English bay, and had
a good time. There was a concert ]
going on during the evening. The re- i
turn was made by 11:30 p.m.
Richard Livingston, an old man who
was injured by .being thrown out of a j
buggy at Sapperton a week ago, has
so   far   recovered  as  to  be    able to
leave  the   ROyal   Columbian   hospital j
today.    Mr. Livingston is grandfather j
to the little three-year-old  lad of the'
same   name who   was  drowned  in  a
ditch on Lulu island Wednesday evening.
No coarscnes. in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fine and pure
ss newly-fallen snow���so rich in
delicious savour, once used, always
used.
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The  grand   aerie  of   th��  Order  of
Eagles  meets  in  Seattle from  August
11  t�� 15, and the local aerie will be and several
represented by F, J. Lynch.   All past | Journey
chief officers are  eligible   to  attend.
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We write flre insurance in the following offices:
Aetna insurance Co., of Hartford,Tjonn,
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto. ,   ,��..   .
The London Assurance Co.
The Manitoba Fire Insurance Co. ^. '
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
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���HOUSE      OF     Q V A. L I t y
Outing
Shirts
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White   Japanese
Silk   Shirts
See Our Window
J. Eugene Brown
ire expected to make the
trom this city.   At the meet-
ng at Norfolk, Va., in 1907, nearly 900
; delegates were present, and the number this year will be largely increase I.
i There will be a gigantic parade of
members of the order on  August   13.
t This convention is the tenth of its
kind.
Arbitration proceedings in   the case
'of the Vancouver and    Lulu    island
railway,  and  proprietors of  land    required  for  the  right-of-way    of    the
proposed line were continued throughout yesterday, and the hearing of evidence completed.   The arbitrators are
F. .1. Coulthard. F. .1. Hart and C. W.
Craig, barrister    (chairman).    J.   B.
'- McMullen appeared for the Canadian
Pacific,  the   owners  of  the   franchise,
jand Knox Walkem (Burns & Walkemi
' for  the  respondents,  Joseph  .Johnson,
jof Vancouver; J. C. Bassett and Sarah
L. Howay, of N'ew Westminster.    The
first named is the owner of the property  discussed  yesterday,    A   meeting of the arbitrators has been called
for  August  10,  when  an  award  may
be made.
Officers of the Pythian Sisters, Mainland Temple No. 14. were installed
yesterday evening by Sister E. S.
Ferguson, district deputy, assisted by
Sister Ida Mann, acting as Sister E.
S. and Sister Barbara Hudson as Sister M. of I. The following were Installed: Nellie J. Walker, P. C; J.
E. Miller. M. E. ('.; Lena Reld, E. S.Mae McClaughan, E. J.; Agnes McNeil, M of I.; Sadie Mcintosh, M. of
R. & ('.: I. C. Miller. M. of I.; l_oulsa
Miles, p. of I.; K. Hembrougb, G. of
O. I. A committee, consisting of
Brothers Mcintosh, Hembrougb and
McClaughan, and Sisters Miller, Mcintosh and  .McClaughan.  was  appoint*
, ed to make arrangements in connection  with  a  trip  down  river   which it
������ is proposed to take during the second week in Aii-ust. Tuesday, the
eleventh, being suggested as a suitable date
China  Wants  Morphine Barred.
Peking, China. July   17.���China has
asked Japan to consent to the restriction of  the   Importation to  China of
morphine, as well as the instruments
j used   for  the   injection  of  the  drug.
Al)     the     other   powers   long   since
[ agreed to this restriction.
PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC  PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET  SETS,
HAMMOCKS. ETC., ETC.
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Moreys
Columbia Street
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New Good
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Ladies' White Silk Lace Gloves, elbow length.
Ladies String Ties with fringed ends���Colors black,
white, cardinal, green, etc.   Each 50c and 75c.
Lace Plastrons in white, cream and Paris.
The Newest Ideas in Ladies' Belts.   Leather Belts
with large buckles.   All the new colors.
Ladies' Tinsel Belts.   Pig assortment by express.
All novelty goods at popular prices.
New  frillings by express today, all the wanted kinds in all colors.    Per yard
��� 25c to 50c
Trimmed  Millinery  at
Half Price
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All our siock of (rimmed hats.     Kvery  hal   we have  in  Btock  from
$7.50 to $10.00 at, tor this week only, each    $4.95
All our 75c and $1*00 SnilorHats
at 50c each
Carpet Ends
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Brussels. Wilton and Axminster;   each    ' 65c, 75c. $1.00, $1.25 and 5' :
Rug fringe at, per yard   irjc and IS
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose
Seamless feet;   we have too many of this line.    Regular 50c per pair.    While  they   last,  three    pair
for  $1.00.
Twelve Doz. Ladies'Black Cotton Hosiery
Fast  dye:   we are overstocked at this price    To reduce the Quantity we make the price, per pair   15c
Fifteen  Only
WHITE SILK
WAISTS
Somi   trimmed Lace and insertion, others in Peter Pan  style.    Regular
$4,00 and $5.00.    Reduced to, each $2.75
Remnant Sale This Week
We have placed on our centre tables hundreds of remnants of dress goods, muslins,  prints   laces, embroideries, etc.    You can save money this week by making your purchases at the remnant counter.
Veilings Reduced
Twenty short ends silk veilings, In black, white, brown, black with white spots, etc.    Regular 40c and
TiOc per yard.    Reduced price      . .25c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
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