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ite, Shiles & Co.
��� FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
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JUL 24 1908        jj
White, Shiles & Co
-^REAL ESTATE
260 Colombia St. Phone 85
^ME  3,  NUMBER  172.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1908.
IPLARS WELCOME
ALDERMAN HALES
i\ Council Presents Ad-
r.ess to Dominion Councilor on Occasion of Visit*
GROCERS MAT NOT GLOSE FOR
CITIZENS' PICNIC THURSDAY
Difficulties in  Way of Closing Stores
at  End  of  Week���Compromise
May   Be  Arranged.
Some hitch seems to have occurred
ln connection with the arrangements
for closing up today week for the citizen's picnic. As the city council had
officially declared a civic holiday for i
the occasion, it was anticipated that
there would be no difficulty about the I
stores all closing up.
The grocers, however, are placed
In a peculiar position, as the day fixed I
ls ^ Thursday, the following day Is a
Friday, market day, one of the most j
important ln the week in their business, and Saturday is the first of a
new month, so that they are faced
with a difficult proposition. Orders
come in heavily just at the beginning
of a month, and there has already been
a public holiday tli!.- month, so that
the threatened interruption to business Is a serious matter to them.
Last year the grocers closed down,
as the picnic was in August and a different  day  of the  week was chosen,
���il    N0    1     nova.   _=__,*.��.��  v.. , Now the l)OSltion *�� complicated by the |
France," we beg" to tender you a f*ct tllat on AuS'*st ls lhei'^ j�� �� Pic-'
1 nlc organized by the retail grocers of'
Vancouver and Westminster, to Bowen
island, which the clerks are anxious
to take in.
Tickets had been bought by the assistants,   and ���'all  preparations   made
for closing down, when it was intimar
ed   that   one   prominent   store   would
, .  ul   keep open.   If this was done, salcT ,Ti5
���rs hav? shown in us by send-   ,J,1"-'''��| "w�� 8h��" **?9 to do the sum,.'
*.     ."!',,,   ',,������,���,.��� w  ''mil a News representative who made
on  to the tar Avestern Councils **
��� J.      ���,.,,-_  inquiries   yesterday     throughoul    the
Iccrtaiu our needs, and to gather      "*        '  ' ' .   ,
stores found a divided opinion on the
subject. A consensus of opinion exist
that it Ls only proper for the grocers
to full in line with the other business
) places in town, and the matter will
be decided at a meeting to be held in
the next few days,
Representatives of the picnic committee interviewed all th* managers
yesterday in the hope of coming to
sonic settlement satisfactory to all,
Every effort will bo made to induce
the stores to close for the holiday.
CHICAGO PARTIES
PROPOSE BUILDING
American Capitalists Figure
on Erecting Large Mill on
G. N. R. Land at Liverpool.
ere was a large gathering at the
Templars of Temperance raeet-
llast   evening   to   welcome     Aid.
I6   Hales,   of   Toronto,   Dominion
cUlor,   and   R.   A.   Magee,  grand
fcillor  for  Saskatchewan.    Select
Icillor W. J. But presided.    The
Ira   were   introduced   by   Grand
tary   J.   ���'���   Johnston   and   Grand
ciilor Newton R. Brown.    Before
illowlng illuminated address was
luted to Aid. Hales, a pretty  in-
bn drill was performed by twen-
lr,t. girls, dressed In appropriate
The   Address.
k_   Hales,   Esq.,   Dominion   Councillor:
ar Sir and Brother���On behalf of
[members   of   New   Westminster
Cll    No.   1,    Royal   Templars  of
....nee, we ,^^^^^^^^^^^
royal,  hearty   welcome   to   our
Royal Templars, whose councils
Lll located so very far from the
���qui.iter- of the order, we deem
Jbecial privilege to meet one hold-
|he highest position in the gift of
Irder, and we also appreciate the
j interest our Dominion  boar:! of
DRUNKENBRAWLSENDS �������"��"
MAN INTO HOSPITAL
DOWN THE NORTH ARM
TEN  CENTS PER WEEK.
NATIONALWATERWAY"
SHOWN TO VISITORS
l-eglsla
Remains Not Yet Identified,     '-"���"""tire  Library.    ^ ,
Be Those of John Walsh, Who Was   | irip UUWIl lUVer Greatly llTl-
Drowned  on  July 13.
Negotiation, are now pending between G. N. K. officials aud a number
of Chicago capitalists for the sale of
eight or ten acres of land near Liverpool, where the prospective buyers intend erecting a large lumber mill as
soon as al! details are settled. The
land has deep water frontage at all
times, and would jnake an ideal site
for a mill, catering largely^to export
trade, as ocean going vessels could
dock at all times with perfect safety,
while overland orders could be shipped via the G. N. R., private tracks
and sidings being constructed for this
purpose.
The parties chiefly interested in the
deal will meet here in two or three
weeks' time, when the transaction
will  be hurried to a conclusion.
The body of a man aged apparently between 55 and 00 years, was found
floating about noon yesterday by a
fisherman some eight miles down the
North Arm of the Fraser. The corpse
! was   noticed   a  short   distance  away
from  the shore  of   Lulu  Island,  and lot extensive timber interests in B. C
was towed   to  the  shore  by a  white
fisherman,   who   notified   the   Provin-
PRIZEFIGHTERS MAY BOX
WITHOUT FEAK OF POLICE
Engagement of  Burns  Would  Be   Legal   Under   By-laws���Proposition
Is Now Up to Sporting Men.
hotel.
The condition of the injured man
was serious, and Dr. Kenny, who was
cajled ln, made a hasty examination
of the wound. It appeared that the
front of the skull was fractured, and
as an operation was necessary at
once, doctors were telephoned for,
and the deceased removed to the Royal Columbian hospital. Although little could be done that night, Dr. Kenny attended to his immediate needs,
and the operation will be completed
this morning. The man is reportel
to  be  resting comfortably.
The police have a description of the
man whr> is wanted in connection with
the affair. He is a fellow countryman
of Bickmar.
Heavy Blow Received by
Swede Fractures Skull and
Operation Is Necessary.
Covered with blood and presenting
an awful sight, a Swede named Erie
Bickmar wus taken about 10:30 p.m.
yesterday, to the city lockup. Two
companions who assisted the police in
their efforts to get the injured man
to the  station,  stated  that  the  man: cial  police   headquarters   in   Vancou-
.    , . ,. ,        ��� _    ver  of  his  gruesome  discovery.     He
had been assaulted in a drunken quar- ���*-* ���
,.     .. ���    'was informed that the proper authori-
rel  by another man  near the Praser  wao u *   * ,
ties to deal with the matter were the
Steveston officials, and after some
time he managed to communicate with
these, the corpBe being taken in
charge by an officer.
No good description of the body
could be obtained yesterday. One re-
jiort stated that it was that of a redheaded man, but this was contradicted by others. There is a well founded
suspicion that the body may be that
of John Walsh, the city employee who
was drowned by falling off Lulu Island ridge on -Monday of last week.
Color is lent to this story by the fact
��� . . yesterday was the ninth day
since the drowning, dead bodies being popularly supposed to rise to the
Burface of the water after this length
of time.
An inquest on the remains will be
held this morning or afternoon at
Steveston.
presses Prominent Guests
With Magnitude of Fraser.
A. Adamson, director of the Northern Crown bank and M. P. for Humboldt, Sask., W. W. Fraser, a wealthy
stockman of Manitoba and the owner
(nation  concerning   the   standing
le several councils  in this juris-
l-rejoice, sir, that tne temperance
nt in the Eastern provinces is
Bg  with such encouragement and
.verywhere  the  feeling    exists
the   barroom   must   be  abolish-
We sincerely trust that iu Brlt-
oiumbla you will find that we are
the  needs of the  hour,  aud
Jyuu  will   be convinced  e'er  you
(.i. that there is a steady growth
temperance movement,
(Is with pleasure that we refer to
eve Heat   standing of our  insur-
department, and note with pride
ever   Increasing    balance   to   tne
lit of this fund.
,i   word,   we  rejoice   with  you  in
^thought  that never before in the
)ry of our beloved order has such
Iperlty   been   known,  and   we   are
fehted in the thought that the pros-
Its for tha future were never brtght-
We  predict  great  things  for  our
uved  order  e'er   many   years   have
fised, and hope soon to see the day
m Intemperance, with all Its at-
,ding and numerous crimes, will be
yen from our fair Dominion.
Permit us, sir, to congratulate you
Ion holding such an important office
alderman  in the  city  of  Toronto
RAILWAY EMPLOYEES
ARE TALKING STRIKE
Men   Employed   in   C.P.R.   Shops   Are
Dissatisfied Over   Report  of   Conciliation   Board.
Wiunii-ug, July 22.���There la much
strike talk amongst the C. 1J. H. shop
employees over the report of the conciliation board. McVety, of Vancouver, is in Chicago, to lay before the
executive of the American Federation
of Mechanics the whole matter, this
alltatoce having been created last
spring   in   view   of   the   forthcoming
-|_ .J aft-*-."-   -
With reference to the proposal for
Tommy Burns io appear here in December, the Tirades License by-law
provides tbat such exhibition may be
held, as it would be a boxing match,
and in no sense a prize fight. The
section dealing with tbe license fee,
reads; Clause 2oa���"Evejy Tioxing or
sparring exhibition, $500 for each svu;h
exhibition."
The   iiio,..i..ai  of the  champion   pugilist   is   arousing   very   considerable
interest.    The Seattle Star has wired
to  Mayor Keary  asking if Burns'  letter   read   "Battling   Nelson" or  "Battling Johnson, and a reply to the latter
effect   was sent,    lt  Is evideut, however,  that  Nelson  is  the  man  meant
by Tommy, as there is no known fighter by the name of Battling Johuson.
The  mayor ls  uot  responsible  for
promoting the contest if it does come
off. bul  ii" local sporting men wish to
comply   with   Burns' otter   and  conditions, it  is up to them to carry the
proposition through.
Bob Fitzsimmons, the ex-champion
heavyweight of the world, has expressed his desire to officiate as referee in the contest between Burns and
any opponent who may meet him here.
VISITOR SUSTAINS SERIOUS
INJURIES WHILE DRIVING
Old Countryman Thrown From Buggy
When Horse Takes Fright at Pass.
ing   Street  Car.
.    . _ul
A  serious accident occurred yester- j
day to W. Dobson, au Englishman who)
has only recently come from the Old '
Cp-ntry. *    Mr,   Dobson   was   driving j
yesterday  afternoon   from   Vancouver j
with his wife and son, W. M. Dobson,
to Westminster.    Mr. Dobson, jr., who
is in business in Vancouver, and familiar with this city, was to show him
over the  sights of  the  town.    When
they reached Twefth street the horse
shied  at a passing car near the orphanage, and  a runaway  followed, a
collision   with   a   telephone  pole ensued,  and all were thrown out.    Mr.
Dobson,  who is  a man  about    sixty
badly injured
SALOONS TO RECEIVE
DEATH BLOW IN YUKON
Only  Hotels Will Be Allowed to Sell
Liquor  in  Future���Dance  Hall
Owner Jailed.
��� ����� ^_^	
DftWSOn, July 88 i-sfTftn Yukon legislature convened here today. This
is the last year that the legislature is
a partly elective body. Next year it
will  be a wholly elective assembly.
Among the bills introduced at the
opening session today was an employers' lia ility act. The bill was introduced by George Black. Another bill
[eliminating saloons altogether aud
giving hotels only the right to sell
liquor was introduced.
The  final blow against  the  Yukon
' dance   halls   has   been   struck.    Jack
McCrimmon  has  been  sentenced
to
���	
position or no mean rank, an office  struggle    The men state McVety has
ich tends to add  dignity  aud  res-1 gone down to procure support   n case
bet to the high position which  you
leupy   in  our  order.
1 We wish  tn assure you, sir, of the
|gh esteem lu  which the members of
board of directors are held by the
embers of the fraternity in the west.
was our pleasure to meet, ouly oom-
laratlvely  recently, Dr. C V. Emory
of opivosition to the finding decided
on. The bollermakers are the most
aggrieved over the classification which
includes a sliding scale, although the
board found against the sll-dlng scab-.
Under the new arrangement there
will be hardly tWO dozen so-called
first-class men between hero nudVui
LOCAL SHOTS DO WELL
AT CLOVER POINT RANGES
years of age, was badly injured, receiving a scalp wound and minor injuries, including scratches on the left , ���'""������  ���
knee and leg.     The shock rendered  ,hiv,>  *la>'s at hard labor for running
him unconscious, and Dr. Manchester,
who  was called,  advised  removal  to,
a hospital.    Here the patient  partly |term
recovered consciousness, but there is
a certain amount of danger still, as
hemorrhage of the brain may result.
a dance hall.   Judge Dugas in imposing the.  sentence,  stated  that   longei
woul
conviction.
be imposed on  the next
MAYOR  KEARY  SENDS
MESSAGE OF CONGRATULATION
Luue of our council meetings and we | couver.       The   machinists   In   future
iv,   since  been  convinced  that  tahejeannot accompany a wrecking crew.
���it  of  our   Dominion   secretary   was
|l.-iruineiital ol  much  good. CATHOLICS   PICNIC   AT
lu   conclusion,   sir.     we   trust   thai
iur sojourn to our fair province has.
BOWEN   ISLAND  YESTERDAY
on as pleasant as  we hope it na8.
tad we sincerely wish that your visit
ere  will  be as interesting as  those
the   past two  weeks.      Again,  we
Ibid you welcome, and may you enjoy
uurself io the fullest extent, at  the
same time keeping In view the main
���ilea of your visit, which, in a word,
I is to stimulate Interest In our work,
ami to add words of encouragement
for our future prosperity.
itelieve us to be, sir, yours in Hope,
I.eve and Truth,
(Signed.)        W. J.  BURR,
Select Councillor.
KATE  A.   RBID,
Vice Councillor.
CHAS. ROY HARRIS
Recording Secretary.
Aid. Hales, In reply, thanked them
for the cordial way in which they had
welcomed him, and complimented the
council on the position It. held in the
order He dealt at length with the
liquor Iraffic, ivointing out, by apt  II-
A very pleasant time, was spent bj
the members of St. Peter's church at
lkiwen Island yesterday. Two special
cars were filled with picnickers, who
left on the Belcarra from Vancouver
at 9:30 a. m. Un the Island, baseball
matches and sports were Indulged in-
The baseball games were between
lioys' nines and .between teams captained by F. .1, Lynch and J. P. m>
deau, the result In the latter case being 6-4 in favor of Lynch's team.
A band played selections during the
day, and many Vancouver friendB
joined the party from the Britannia,
which arrived later at the island. A
return was made at seven o'clock, and
.Mb citv reached well before eleven.
Victoria. July 22.���Local shots continued to tall down at the British Columbia   association   match, s   yesterday
Bft, moon, and the honors all went to
the Mainland.   The Victoria corporate   match   w"as won   by   CoL-Sergt
Sperriug, of Vancouver, with 61, with
Chamberlin,   New   Westminster,    sec-
������1. wiih the same score.    McDotiga.il
of  Victoria followed  with 60;  Chap-
Lau   Vancouver, 60;  l.ieut. Milne.Van-
couver, BO;   Sloan, New  Westminster,
'-,.-   Capt.   Hart-McHarg,  69;   Ferguson. Nanaimo, 69;  Christie; Vancou-
Ivor,   Studd,   Vancouver.   Lieut,   Cunningham, New Westminster. 59; Capt.
Forrest.  Vancouver,   Caven,   Victoria,
Clark,   Kamloops.    Langley,  Victoria,
Anderson, Victoria;   RViiardson, Victoria, 68.   Barwick and Taylor, Vancouver;   Capt.  Angus,  Victoria;   Bodley, New Westminster, Johndro, New
Westminster, 57.
GERMAN FIGURES OUT
COST OF EUROPEAN WAR
Berlin, July 22.���General Illume h
made an estimate in figures thai  are  f^my
appalling of  the  probbale  cost  of a
great military  war in Europe.
As a military expert he does aw believe that, any war could long be carried on without involving at least font
powers on account of the delicate position of European poftttcs. The cost splendid victory,
to Germany  he figures at one billion   ���>,)   An(\ fmd.thev
The following messages have been
exchanged from the manager, C. A.
Welsh, and Mayor Keary, on the glorious result of Tuesday* lacrosse
match.
��� W.   II.   Keary,   New   Westminster,
B   C:   Weather  bad, small gate.    Decayed    gUt   edge' ball.      Some
home   men   off   color.    Foei^sure   we
wil!   win out.    C  A.  Welsh."
���r   a.   Welsh.    K.sq.    Caledonian
Bprlngs, Gnu:  Your telegram receives,  better late  than  never,    convey
congratulations to the boys on their
We   are   till   satis-
have done well, all
and W. Heubach, rancheT, of Fort
Qu'Appelle, were the guests of T.
Meredith, of this city, yesterday In a
trip down the Fraser river, and a visit,
to several of the. leading industries of
New   Westminster  district.
All  of  the  gentlemen named   havi
recently   acquired   Important     timber
and  land holdings  In  British  Columbia, and their visit to this province
just now Is one of combined business
and pleasure, Mr. Heubach having also
extended     his   trip   to   Mexico   from
which place he has only just returned.
Watched  Fishermen  at  Work.
Their visit to New Westminster was
on the invitation of Mr. Meredith, who.
after  showing  them round   the   city,
persuaded them to return to Vancouver en route East, via the Fraser river and Steveston car line route. This
was done in order to Impress upon the
visitors and upon Mr. Adamson, M.P.,
particularly,    the    great   commercial
possibilities and  value of the Fraser
as a national  highway and in order
to give  his guests an opportunity  ot
observing the salmon fishing and canning operations.    For the   river  trip
Mr.   Meredith     secured    a    spacious
launch and, invited J. __. Allen, mau-
ager of the New Westminster branch
of the Northern Crown bank, and. IS.
A.  Paige,   managing   director   ot   the
Daily News, to accompany the party.
En route down river the visitors wei*
much interested in observing the salmon  fishing.    They  were  also  taken
over  the  Star cannery  at   Steveston.
where   the   canning  operations   were
closely observed, the cleanliness with
which this is carried out being freely
commented  upon.
Impressed With Waterway.
The tremendous possibilities of tht-
Fraser river and the unique  position
occupied by New Westminster at the
converging   poiut   of    the   two   main
channels   greatly   impressed   Mr.   Adamson.    He  remarked that the river
should  le   recognized  as  one of  the
great   commercial   waterways   of   the
Dominion.    Being so close to Vancouver it was generally thought thai uni *
good harbor was all that was needec
on  the   southern   portion  of    Britis.
Columbia's   mainland.      The import
ance and value of an  entirely  fresi
water harbor aud port aud the.splendid  opportunities  the   river   afforif.-t.
for the establishment  of  mam-factiv
rles and the expansion of ihe industrial life on the Pacific coast had.been
more w less overlooked through, this.
He was greatly Impressed with what
he  had   personally  observed anil   intended   uaing   his   influence   toward**
securing the  needed and  desired. lm��-
provements   for   tbe   Fraser   as  uu_t-
lined in the  recent reports presented
in the House by the minister of public works.
WOMAN   SQUEEZED   TO
DEATH   IN   DOORWAY
flve hundred million dollars for the olrcumstftnces taken Into ��M^
first year of any war in actual dis- ,io���. Co.rtinue good work lnesday
bursements and two and a half bib �����t Glad to hear i.ll well. VV. 11.
Tion In the resultant loss of trafle.      , Keary, Mavst.       	
Ruef's Trial Again Postponed.
.San Francisco, July .82.���Abe Ruef
got another postponement this morning, the device this time being a motion by his attorneys to disqualify
Judge Lawlor on grounds of prejudice. Tlie trial was put off till Monday.
Teredo   Getting  Busy  Among
Piles at Prince Rupert Harbor
Mr   IWnffAe also sp<
 .,-������-  '* ���    ��*,*ftg*    ���**���* . .��.1
lustrations, lh.nl thc state had a right |ments  were stlbsequently seiv.
to control the liberties of the subject, when it was detriment*! to tne
public  interest  that   men  rt����_l<]  in-
dulg8' Ba0ke, and refresh-
Will Decorate "Bobs.''
Toronto,   Ont..,  July   22.-  Toronto
university   will   confer   the   honorary
degree  of  LLD  upon   Lord   Roberts
I during his vis'.t to Toronto next month
The advantages of a d*.*ep fresh rater harbor, such as is to be found In
Westminster, have been dealt with
time and again, special stress being
laid on the fact that the teredo cannot live ln fresh water, and that because of the absence of this borer,
piles and wharves will last a lifetime
in the Fraser river. This has been
proved conclusively time and again.
The boon of a fresh water harbor,
with it�� attendant freedom from the
teredo pest, will be all the more appreciated by reading the following
clipping from the Prince Rupert Empire,   wnlch   announces   the   presence
of the boring worms in the harbor of
the  rajnsoaked  town:
Teredo Getting In Ms Work,
���pn Tuesday morning the big pile-
driver owned by the Pacific Stevedoring company pulled out two piles
from beneath the Grand Trunk Pacific wharf which were ijriveu two
years ago. The pllef were taken out
for examination, to see what effect
the teredos were having on them.
When cut in two, 11 wns found that
the hemlock pile had been eaten
through, with the worms -.till at work,
while the spruce, although considerably damaged, was still io fairly good
condition."
San Francisco, .Inly 2L���Vocurtiing
to the story told by him to. tho police:
today, Patrick Hate, an tmployee of
the Southern Pacific ccaau&ny, ��u' ii*-"
turning to his home, i wj Lake stcfeBt
At al��ut 12 o'clock, lust night found
the dead lwdy of bis wife, Catherine.
2. years old, wtth the neck caught,
in a dcorwoy.
The door was partly opeji and ui
chnir braced against it held the woman'* throat tightly against the door
jamb. Hare says he believes death'
was accidental and that the chair in
���some manner fell against, the door so
she could not escape and was choked
to  death.
The boiiy was removed to the
morgue, and the police are Investigating the matter, suspecting that a
murder may have been committed.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THU*.S*_.. .
JULv23,,J
1 77iis /s My 57sf Birthday
ALBERT   SHAW.
Dr. Albert Shaw, the well-known publicist and editor of th. American Monthly Review of Hi views, was born al Shandon, Ohio, July
23, 1857.. He was trained for college by a tutor and was graduated
from the Iowa college in 1ST!). In 1881 he entered Johns Hopkins
university as a post-graduate. White there he wrote a book called
"Icaria: A Chapter in the History of Communism," which gave- to
him his doctor'.-; degree, After leaving Johns Hopkins. Dr. Shaw
made"a thorough study of industrial and agricultural developments.
and became an ardent studenl of municipal governmenl and of the
problems of city life, After several years of travel and study in
Europe he gave a series of lectures at Johns Hopkins, Michigan and
other universities, ln 1890 he was elected professor of Internatlon
law and political institutions at Cornell university and was at the
same time invited to establish in New York, as editor and manager,
a magazine to be known as the American Review of Reviews. The
following year he gave up his professorship in order to devote his
entire time to" bis editorial work. Dr. Shaw is the ajjthor of a number of works on municipal government and other subjects that have
fi    attracted attention  both in America and   Europe.
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JULY 23.
1401���Bagdad sacked by the Tartars
1779���Mlnnislnk settlement iu o mge
county, New Yoi'k, attacked
by   Indians.
17B4���Vicomte Alexandre de Beau-
barnais, Brsl hus jand of Empress Josephine, died on the
guillotine.
1840���Bill for the union of Upper and
Lower Canada received (the
sanction of Queen  Victoria.
iS_2���Election in Manitoba favored
provincial prohibition.
190a���United States naval squadron
arrived at Annapolis with the
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AT THE  HOTELS.
Russell.
A. E.  Beck, Vancouver.
E.  fi. .Moles,  Vancouver.
Mrs.  Henry-Smith.     Saint  Thomas,
Ont.
James  Henry-Smith,  London,  Ont.
D.  A.  McK.ee, Ladner.
B. Fletcher, Toronto.
Dr.  W. B; Steed, Toronto.
James Hales, Toronto.
Windsor.
iv. Wells, Sacramento, Cal.
S.   X.   Bakley,   Vancouver.
W. O.   Plnger,  Seattle.
J. J.   Cameron,   Bellingham.   Was!:
H.  Percival, Vancouver.
A.  Mclntyre.  Vancouver.
Fred  Phillips, Chicago.
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Public Supply Stores GEOp����AMS *
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Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Prop.
Phone  92.
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Three
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25c.   Sells �����
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wo pacU
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for 2*
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We have some
No.
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sack, or
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35c.
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IXspatched by C. r. R. train at 7:15
a.m.; close 6:30.
.   Furnas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
���Mily.
Millside   No.   1.   daily   e_.._,,.  Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   except
Sunday.   Mails received at 10:30 a.m.
Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railway
Co., 6:30 .a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1, datlyexcept Sun
tllys.   Return mail received 10 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 3, and Burnaby
Lake; closes at 3:30 p.m.; daily except Sunday. Return maiis received
at 6:31 p.m.
Dispatched by C. P. R. train at 17:25
p.m., mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
Caigary and Vancouver, No. 96  (C
P. It. first mail). Return mail received
[at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:30, all points west
of Lytton, except Agassiz, Coquitlam,
Harrison Hot Spring., Westminster
Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, Port
Haney going on morning train only.
Sapperton,  No. '.;   Mlllsld
* Coquitlam, daily except Sun '._.;,      .��>.-
turn mail reoeived at 10:30 p.m.
Dispatched by carrier 12 00 noon:
Timberland, Straw; erry Hill. Tuesdays and Fridays. Return mails received Tuesdays and Fridays.
All down river points via Vancouver,
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,    Wednesdays
and Fridays;   leaves  11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:13 o. m.:
Dispatched by G.N. F'yler, 4 o  mr.
To southern    points,    dally excepi
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m.
Cloverdale, Nicomekl, FWi _CelU,
.lazelniere, Hall's Prairie, Bonac-
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
potato! fn eastern states), daily except Sunday. Iteturn malls received
at IM p.m. Bonacord Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays,
Hondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mall received Mondays
Fridays.
Remedy  For Wart*
A fairly sure remedy for warts i.
to rub them down pretty well with
the fine side of an emery board,
then apply the smallest drop of
strong acetic acid, taking care that
thc acid doe- not run off the war*
upon thc neighboring ���.kin, for it
will occasion inflammation and
much pain. If this treatment is
given once or twice daily the wart
will soon be effectually cured.���
Boston Traveler.
Improving Cranberriaa.
Cranberries cooked in a double
boiler with no water except that in
the outer vessel are superior in color
and flavor to those stewed in th6
ordinary way. The flavor of the
cranberry is greatly improved if '<t
small piece of apple, pared and cut
in 6mall bits, is added. The proportions should be half an apple to .
quart of^ranl_*.rries.
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Get  a rattan  telescope,   a  suit
and durable. All prices.   All sizes.
Ancient Coffins.
The coffin- of the ancient Egyptians werQ| made of marble and
stone. The Romans used similar
receptacles for' '.Voir dead, and Alexander the Great is said to have
b��vn buried in a coffin of solid gold
la parts of Rnjjtaiid glass COfBjtt
hnSre been found. The Athenian
heroes were nuried in coffin* made
of cedar, owintr to its aromatic anc
incorruptible qualities, while tho
8rst record of wooden coffins in
England dates back to the dais of
King Arthur. This monarch was
supposed to have been buried in the
hollowed trunk of a gigantic oak
tree. Patent coffins were invented
m 179G, and metallic air tight colt
5ds were advertised at Birmingham
���n 1861;
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THE NECESSITY of saving has never bei i
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ties
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I OFFICE i FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
'Phone   Ki..
NEW WESTW
PROFESSIONAL.
A WHEALLER, BARRISTER, SO
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opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
60   YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Ilarrl.-
ters and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia street, .New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
i MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
��� "" ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
I Westminster, Trapp Block, corner
; Clarkson and Lorne streets.
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THE      DAILY      NEW8
FOR BIO RESULTS.
Tram Marks
Dcaiann
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A nyono imdlnf ��� ikateh ��nd dpaerlntl, .n mi?
4nlc.lT MCartaln our opinion free whet'
In.eiit'on ll probihlf i
G__OK(___ t_. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Oulchon block. Colum
I   In and McKenzie streets. New West
minuter. B. C.
i liprobiblrpstentibls.  C'immunic*
jtlroonBd.iitUl. HANDBOOK on Pit rata
, ()Mmi isenrr for-e-unngMlanM.
Patent* taken tnrouith liunn a Co. racilv*
sprcial nnttr*. without cbuse, lo tb*
ScteMific HMKrkan
A haadiO-Mlr Uliutratwl wmklj. Luve_t c_r-
oulMlon if any Kileiitlflo Jooni.l. Tarmi lot
Cvt.il*,Um. raw,pontage prepaid. Bold bl
all oaw-dealen.
f W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
j Curtis block, Clarkson street.    P.  O.
Box 169.    Telephone 64.
WP. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets, New Westminster, B. c.
LAN
D   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re Subdivision A of the    northwest
quarter of Section ., Township 16,
New Westminster District.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number   74(i0 P,  issued
ln 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
tire date of the first publication hereof, ln a dally 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.
C. S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry,  Office,   Ne*  Westminster, B. C, June 29, 190��.
tr       ADVERTISE       "��t
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractur.r* an** D.aiers tn AU Kind, or
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doom,
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'
ms*^mm*Mm**m$m\*m
Royal City Branch/Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmin-. fef
immimnaai IpSDAY, JULY  23, 1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
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os.s    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
ly even numbered, section of Do-
bu lands in Manitoba, Baskatch-
Hmi Al ierta, excepting 8 and 'i'i,
\, servod, may be humesteaded by
hei son who is the so,e head of a
lv, or an)   male over 18 years of
it,i the extent of one-quarter sec-
|i L60 acrei. more or less.
U [[cation   fur   entry     must     tie
In person   by  the  applicant at
t,!   nion Lands Agency    or   sub-
U   for the district in which tlie
It.:.  ..    Entry by proxy may,
Iyer,   b��  made  at an  agency  on
|)ii conditions by the father, moth-
|n, daughter, brother or sister of
ndlng  homesteader.
homesteader is rejulred to per-
tlie homestead duties under one
(j,. following plans-
At least six mouths' residence
,iud   cultivation of  the land  ln
ear for three years.
.-.  uonie-leader  may,  if he so
I. rform the    required   real-
duties   by  living  on    farming
|i .i,e,i   BOlely   bv   him.   not  less
hty   (80)   acres in  extent, in
>     iltj  of his homebtead.   Joint
li     p in Ian k will not meet this
i. mi ut.
II the father (or mother, if the
���      deceased) of a homesteader
ermanent residence on farming
owned  Bolely by him, not less'
eighty  (80)   acres  In  exteut,  In
Iclnlty of the homestead, or up-
bomestead entered  tor by him
i   vicinity, Buch homesteader may '
nn  his own  residence duties by'
; with the father (or mother).    .
j)   The term "vicinity" in the two
iding  paragraphs is  defined    as
lng not  more tV.n nine miles in :
eel  line, exclusive <>f the wiilth
ad  allowances crossed    in    the
ureiueut.
j) A homesteader Intending to
rm his residence duties ln acme with the above while living
patents or on farming land own- ,
y himself must notify the agent
he district of such intention.
months' notice ln writing must
ven to the Commissioner of Do-
n Lands at Ottawa, of intention
ly for patent.
W. W, TORY,
of the Minister of the Interior
B.���Unautnorlzea publication   ��fi
tlltprk- a ��� i ������ ��� r 11 - ��� ���: i,�����:,!   v..'.!   not   be   paid
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calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves Brackman & Ker wharf,
New Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chilli., .id' Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates ami particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
It.   WIIITMOIIF. Secretary.
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>n   Earthquake  That   Rocked  the  CHy
Novernber,   1755.
On Novwnber is. IT.'pj. "a little after
4 on a serene and pleasant nl^ht,"
Boston was roused by an��earthquul_t
whicb lasted nearly tive minutes ._
wrlter of the times gives an account
of the catastrophe, and Kev. Henry
White quotes it In bis "Early HUrtorj
of New England:"
One hundred Chimneys were leveled
to the roofs Of the bouses and fifteen
hundred were shattered in par'. Tha
streets were covered With bricks Whk_b
bail fallen. The ends of brick houses
were thrown down.
It was first Introduced with n noise
like several coaches rattling over pave-
ents, or rather like many cart loads
of paving stones thrown down. The
tirst motion was a strong pulsation,
which threw my house upward. Immediately after a tremor succeeded;
then Instantly a quick vibration with
sudden Jerks followed.
The tirst view 1 had was of the
steeples of tho churches, and I was
glad to see them standing, but the
spindle ami vane of Faneuil Hall
market  were"thrown down.
Many persons ran into the streets.
shrieking with apprehension of Its lie-
tng the last day or the judgment, and
some thought they heard the lust
trumpet sounding and cried for mercy.
The beast creatures lowed, tbe birds
fluttered lu surprise, and all the animal creation was filled with terror.
Every face looked ghastly, and many
knees smote together Never was such
a scene of disaster ln New England be-
*ore.
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Tel.
Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
.. \Vestminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   Hences,   Crest '
ings, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
Office and  Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New Westminster
available Dominions lands with-
.  railway belt in British Coliini-
Piiaty be homesteaded by any person
is the sole Tiead of a family, or
[male over 18 years of age, to the
Jnt ot one-quarter section of 160
more or less.
iti>   must be made  personally at
local land office for the district In
lib the laud is situate.    Entry by
fs< may, however, be made on cer- j
conditions by the father, mother,
.laughter, brother or sister of au
���ending homesteader.
homesteader is required to per-
b the conditions connected there
th under one of the following
Ins:
11    At. least, six months' resilience
Jon and  cultivation of the land    In
i h   year   for three years.
���2)   ir the father (or mother, if tihe
Ither is deceased),   of   the   home-
eader resides neon  a  farm in    the
���cinity of the land entered  for, the
quirements us to roasidence may be
ItisBed by such person residing witn
father or mother.
(3)    if the settler has his perxuan-
reaidence upon farming 'and own-
(tl by him in the vicinity of his lioii.e-
��ad, the requirements    as    to resi-
I1 nee may be satisfied by    residence
jtioii the said land.
Six mouths' uutlce In writing should
I  given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa ojf Intention ta
pply for pa tout.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
|eased for a period of twenty-one years
an  annual rental  of $1 per acre.
*'l|t   more   than 2560 acres aha"    be
ased to one Individual or company.
royalty at the rate of five cents per
an shall be collected on   the   mer-
hantable coa! mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
"hysician Points Out the Grave Danger
of  Such a  Course.
' And whatever you do," said a doctor to a poor patient, "don't take any
borrowed tnedlcine."
"Wasn't that  an  unnecessary  can-
ou?" asked ft woman who happened
to be present.
"Not ln this neighborhood," said the
doctor. "It ls a common thing for people down here to lend medicine. They
do it. of course, to help each other
along. So far as I know, no one has
paid the penalty of this neighborly
kindness with his life, but lt Is the
greatest wonder In the world thnt one-
half thc people In the neighborhood
hasn't poisoned the other half.
"The tirst thing a sick person does la
to describe his, symptoms to his friends.
He is pretty sure to And somebody In
the crowd who has been afflicted with
apparently the same ailment. Usually
tbe former patient bas some of the
medicine left and straightway It Is
proffered as a possible cure.
" 'You might Just as well have It,'
.ays the kindly neighbor. Tt wlll lie.
pretty sure to help you and will save
doctor's bills.'
"Of coufse't doesn't do anything of
the kind. Nine times out of ten the
stuff taken was prescribed for an entirely different ailment and makes the
patient worse than he was lu the beginning, but until the altruistic spirit results in some serious accident tbe practice is likely to centlnue."���Nev. York
"Press.
Notice
Telephone communication has been
established with WESTMINSTER
JUNCTION. PITT MEADOWS,
HAMMOND, HANEY. Other offices
on the line to Mission City will be
opened shortly. Notice will be given
as additional offices are opened.
British Columbia Telephone liu.,'ltd.
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I. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE.
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.   MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer!
	
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up. |
Gentlemen's Silver Water"**" open j
face. $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, double '
case, |7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.     Ml warranted.
Chains. Rings, Jew��iry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; enarges reason-
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ���14,<WO,oC0.O"
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New toundland, aud   in   London,  England.
New  York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A   len-
era! banking  Business Transact***.
I Letters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents In all Darts of tbe
World.
! Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 8 per c��H_t,  per snnum  (present rate*   added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over  J IC S.OOfl.OOO.OO.
The Chatty English.
Every Englishman likes to be alouu
and have things to himself. If he cannot choose his conipany. he would rath- |
er have none. Englishmen are proud
of the national Idiosyncrasy, yet here
comes one who, knowing all this, pays
lt uo deference, but sets the national
tradition at defiance and forces his Intrusive presence on you. Why does
this denationalized Englishman, wben
be may be as solitary as you wish tc
be yourself, not act ns every true Eng
Ushman ought and go Into the next
carriage or take a seat at the other
side of the room as far away as a*
can get from you? By all acknowl
edged laws of English Intercourse he
ought as much to dislike being near
you as you dislike to be near him.���
London Saturday Review.
N>.W WESTMINSTER T.RArNC H
G. D.  BRYMNER   Man.i.-
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ster Hoard 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. m.
Annual    meetings    on    the    third'
Thursday    of    February.    New
members   may   be   proposed   and
"������if'-'ted at nny monthly or quarterly '
meeting,    a. E. White, Sec.
Poll
pais*
to any
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full 14 Kl. KclidUeld-cut
ou right baud may be had
! in either our utamlard
black opaque pattern, or
Nnn-t>t_a-__l>lc Traiispni-
ent. a* denired, either in
plain or engraved finiali, I
m preferred.
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rv.rywlirr.    [or  t'J ��        'IHJ* I
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I* Laughlin Mfg. Co.
225    Majittlc Bltrfl..
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lnterurban   Line.
���Cars for Vancouver and war
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. I_��st
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last ear lv. Vancouver 11:*0.)
Oars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
cits line.
City Line: Cars leave train V,
office on the hour, tweaty min- !>
utes after and forty minutes af- ''
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. tn.
8app��rton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour, .
half paat and fifty mtautea after !!
the hour, oommetictng at 6:80 \\
a. m.
Sunday Bervice  luut-nourly be- \',
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd;;
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Miraculoua Cure*.
lteglnnld of Durham, who wrote a
chronicle some time before 1105, asserts that a young English nobleman
was cured of leprosy ut the shrine of
Pt. Cuthbert ln Durham cathedral and
that a young woman, who had been for
tbe space of three years an Inmate of
a large hospital established at Uadele.
ucar Darlington, in the diocese of
Durham, was miraculously healed nt
tbe shrine of St. Oodrtc at Flnchdale
In the presence of Ralph Haget, sheriff of the county, uud Norman, parlsb
pri^st of Halltuue.   St. JnhiPs' Gazette.
Grand Trunk Ry.
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK amS
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls
For Time Tables, etc.. adMress
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent. 135 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.
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FIRE ALARM BOXES.
5���Asylum.
ft���Royal City Mills. \
7���Carnarvon and Tenth. ^
8���Royal avenue and Eighth. ..
9���F-fth avenue nnd Twelfth. \
12���St. Mary's HospKal. *}.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin
It Didn't Break.
A little girl held a mirror up before
m visitor's face and naked, "Do you see
yourself lu Iff"    ���
"Tea, toy darling."
���"Are yon quite sure?"
"Tea.   Why should I notT
"Because 1  heard mamma say the
other day  tbat  If  you  ever peeped
Into a looking glass you'd smash U all
Into tiny little bits!"
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVE*
J'THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Ye._r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTHu
Embodies the newest    and best idtoTt-
lor   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.      It  is  lighted   witb
both   electricity   and   gas*,  the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   tr��in   its   the ���
���world.     The   equipment  constats*- 'M
private   --ompartment   car*,  .e&nd'ard
16 section  sleeper?, luxwrous dinieg*
car, reclining chair cars (seat-, free),
modern  day   coaches   and  buffet,   h
biarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders. o�� any
farther information call on ot write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT.
7_�� Second Avenue. Seattle. Wanb
15���Sapperton
S3���Queen's avenue Md Sixth.
M���*_ard avenue and Second.
25���Fifth nv��siue and Fourth.
8�����Fifth avenue and Eighty
87���Third avenue and Tenth.
38���Agnes snd Sixth.
}4���Schaakei Machine Works.
6���Columbia and McKenzie.
81���C.P.R. BUtlon.
42-Small A Bucklln Mills.
He Ceuld Dodge.
"There's nothing slow about Jones."
ke said reflectively.
The other laughed scornfully.
"I guess you never loaned him any
money," he said.
"Oh, yes, I have," replied the first
[ speaker.   "Thet's what made me speak
that wsy. I loaned him $10 six mouths
ago, and 1 haven't been able to catch
him since."
She Got a Now Ono.
"I've stopiied asking people If my
bonnet Is on straight." Tbe Husband
-Why. my dear? Tbe Wife- I love
you too much. .lohn, to disgrace yon hy
calling a body's attention to an eM
bonnet like this- London TUBHa
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THE DAILY NEWS.   M
THURSDAY
JULY.
|  THE DAILY NEWS
Published by tbe Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
Joy tor five minutes at the thought of
holding that silver mug.
The underpinning of some other
structures also got a little weak from
celebrating the victory. Quite excusable.
C A. Paige Managing Director I    Permanent pavement
_____________________________; Street.
on   Columbia
CARD OF THANK?.
Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson
and family wish to acknowledge the
general expression of kindness and
sympathy in connection with their recent bereavement, and to thank the
South African campaigners who attended the funeral, and those friends
| who sent beautiful floral tributes.
THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1908.
Permanent   pavement
Street.
on   Columbia
DO   NOT   FORGET.
Do not forget that several of those
Conservatives who were in the nest of
To Reduce Log Output.
Toronto, July 22.���Lumbermen here
have decided to reduce the cut next
winter of logs by flfty per cent.
traitors expect to go into the cabinet i 0g|ce buildings to go to the courthouse
should  the Conservatives  win at the
_text el^ption.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
KOOTENAY SAFE.
The refusal of the nomination for
Kootenay hy Hon. C. H. Mackintosh
shows there is little hope for the Conservative cause at the next general
tdeotion for the Dominion House, because Mi*. Mackintosh would be timber of cabinet standing if the Bor-
denites were in the majority. As
there is not the slightest possibility
of such an eventuality, the sagacious
ex-minister, also knowing the probabilities in the Kootenay constituency
Public Meeting
In accordance with a resolution of
the Council passed on the 20th inst,
a public meeting of the ratepayers
will be held in the Council Chamber,
City   Hall,   on
B       FRIDAY,  the  24th inst.,
lag to leave his office la one of the big j to discuss the Loan By-laws, on which
a vote will be taken on the 27th inst.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk..
City  Hall,  July  22,   1908.
Mush Law, Pome Cass.
Among lawyers there ls s saying
that in the trial of a case an attorney
If light on facts must be heavy on law.
The other day aa attorney was prepar-
to try a case. From tbe shelves of his
library he had taken many large law
books containing decisions and opinions of higher courts. At intervals a
boy wsnt ln and out of the door, and
each time he bore In his arms a stack
of tte books, which he carried to aa
express wagon that stood le the street
below. The attorney was to use ths
books ln the courtroom. Another lawyer, who Is of southern birth and who
always addresses his friends with
some army title, watched tbe boy as he
went In and out carrying tbe law
books. Then he dug his hands deep
Into his trousers pockets and said tc
the lawyer:
"Well, Ah'll sweah, kuunel, ymi must
have no case at all."���Kansas CUr
Xlmee
__n_nr>_   In   the  Far  Bwrt
Akdnr Rahman, the late ameer of AJ.
NOTICE.
of electing a Conservative are about | ^^^ had a'grimVsnse of hum*
as remote as they are in N'ew Westminster, has declined to even allow
his naone to be used at the nominating convention.
Mr. A. S. Goodeve has been nominated, and knowing him as we do, the
seat will surely be occupied in the
��nox,t  Parliament  by  a  Liberal.
Permanent   pavement   on   Columbia
Street.
A   WEATHER   COCK.
It is remarkable how quick some
politicians can change front. George
Kulus Forter is just such a weather
cock. Last year when the Land Bill
was   under  discussion���
"You can go from one end of the
west to the other and you cannot find
any idea that the poverty and hardship and disturbance and difficulty of
which was sometimes exercised without scruple. On ons occasion a durbar he was holding was interrupted by
a man who, in a state of the greatest
excitement, rushed lu declaring that
the Russians were advancing to invade
Afghanistan. Turning aside tor u mo
Bent from tha business in progress,
the late ameer In thc most unconcerned
tones ordered his shahga. si to conduct
the man to the summit of a certain
' watch tower. "Look you out well fot
the Russians," commanded Abdur Rah
"for you do not eat until yea ��*��
arrive."-Grand Magazine.
A meeting of the New Westminster Co-Operative Association, Ltd.,
will be held In Eagles' hall, FRIDAY,
July 24, at 7:30 p. m.
All members are requested to be
present, as very important business
is to come before the meeting.
Anyone wishing to join may do so
at  the   meeting.
Meeting called to order sharp on
time.
W   DODD, Secretary.
NOTICE
Impounded���July 11, one grey horse,
with t'oretop clipped.    Unless claimed
before Thursday, July 23, at 10 a.m.,
same will be sold to defray expenses.
G. P. McMURPHY,
Poundkeeper.
RUBBER STAMPS
No more need of sending your
orders to "The other side." You can
now get the best rubber stamps, made
  of good gum rubber, on    latest    im-
taste," said a man who bas cooked Is j proved machinery, by expert workmen,
and
Cooka  Ruin Their Ta_a_e.
"I never season things np to my own
would be so hot and peppery thai !
the settler makes it necessary for tliis��th,H P��troix3 in tbe restaurant tvouM
a restaurant for many years. **V>ry
few cooks do. They have palates thai
crave high seasoning. The longer tbey
cook the more salt and pepper snd
spices they require. If I sh.uM send
up  my  dishes  as  I   like  Hem.  they
country to say to him: We will give
you another large addition by way of
benefice, we will add largesse to gift,
There is no crying need in tlie Northwest, asking this country to add to
ihe already princely inducement given
mi settlers to make a happy and prosperous home."
This   last   session   he   became   the
ilatant  champion  of the pioneer and
iw  thinks nothing too good to give
* mm.
Vlthough  ilw new   bill  proposed to
ive  settlers  in  the    "dry  belt" the
ighl to pre-empt 160 acres in addition1
o their present  holdings.  Mr. Foster,
found Eaull with the limitation of are-'
as  and with  the  condition  of  settle-!
ment as well as cultivation, and would
have had Parliament open the gate to
ill   Instead  of    limiting  to the "dry
belt" wiiich the bill was designed to
help.   The verj principles Mr. Foster
objected to last year as preposterous,
pleading to  have the bill  withdrawn,
lie  now   thinks  that what   il   provided
for  is only justice to the old settler
and   would add  largesse  to what he
then   considered  a   munjllcient   gift
Li  is iii  keeping with    the    "rubber
policy."
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tjieni
MADE IN  CANADA
Mail  orders filled same day as received
A.  G.  BAGLEY    &    SONS
410 Hastings Street, Vancouver.
1 "Bagley Make* Good Rubber Stamps"
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Reid & Co.
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Successors   to
TO THE ���
H.   L.  DeBeck
Successful
Buyer
We Extend  a
to    Visit   Our
Special   Invitation
Store   During 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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"Thirty feet to the gulf."
^M AFTER   PASSES
ii Is rumored thai more than _ score
of offers foi marriage have been dls>
���latched  to  Alex. Turnbull'.
n'o Shamrocks were    In  slghi  on
Tuesday.
Red and  Blue everywhere
Even   .Marshall   Sinclair   Bald     "Oh
yes, i knew they'd win."
The mugwumps joined the mosquitoes in tho Shade along the back
.streets  when  they  heard  the  Story.
The "hello girls" answered 6-5
Westminster to so many residents on
the hill that many people got 65 instead of the num er asked for. No
fault of the girls, they had the fever
just  as strong as you did.
Some ladies can go straight Into
ihe .-lit- ii yard when Westminster
.scores.
Alex Hue's horse got on a two-mile
an hour gall because Alex said he
wan ghd the boys won.
Alex once took the boys' trunks
from Hi" tram office to the park add
he now speaks of the favor with
bated  breath.
The underpinning of the club's
dressing room
attention
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at Queen's park needs
The   building   shook   With
Mr, Man
WITH TME
Tender Feet
SMI
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COME TO US POR
Foot Comfort
No matter how your feet hurt during these
hot days, we guarantee to fit you with
shoes that will give relief the moment you
slip into them. We keep all the latest
COMFORT STYLES.
Another Shipment
Of Ladies' White and Colored Canvas
goods just to hand. The $2.50 White Canvas kind for $1.75. The $3.00 Blue and
Pink Canvas Shoes for $2.50. This has been
a record year for Canvas goods, and we
have been kept bUaSy supplying the demand.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, bul Btarl your orchard right,   ���;.  buying      n
HOME NURSERY, where you ar" not  bothered  with  E
well as getting acclimated trees,   We have ovei -	
can handle your order, no matter what  the Blze,    tf we    have   n
agenl In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prlcos
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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ARE YOUR EYESl
Troubling You ?
If so, come and have then* (
amined. We make no ct>a'l
for testing your eyes. All *���'
guaranteed.
W. GIFFORD, Opticiail
Optical   Parlors   in  T.   Giffori''|
Jewelry  Store.
See
Our
Line of
Children's Summer Shoes
BLACK AND TAN OXFORDS
WHITE CANVAS SLIPPERS AND SHOES
Just the Kind for Summer Wear
! TRAVFRS AUCTIONEER and
J. lR/WEiIYJ VALUATOR . . .
All   business   in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale every Friday morninc
j on the Market square.
"THE
\uu_emle;
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
rim jia votf*.
UJill Jill YOV*
irs NONiatjiH
jritl���MMU
ILL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A. James,   j. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Streel    Trust Blocl*
What They All Say
"I   didn't,   know   we   coul I
got such good work in U'.
minst or."
These are the words ol one
ot our customers (a profei
Bional man i when   we   delivered     a     new     lot    ol
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Choice Meafs at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenuo
PHONE 370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietors IORWAY, JULY 23, IMI
ME DAILY
tmJQHl k"l\i.
[The Cash Stores j T.  M .  Smith (The Cash Stores
SEMI-ANNUAL
^SSa\a\aTSSSSa\a\a\\W^
SALE NEWS
What more need be said than to ��ive
you the plain facts of the money-saving
[possible Friday? July Sale is half over.
|No time now for long descriptions; quick,
'sharp business from morning till night
the order of the day.
Come Early Friday
The    Biggest    Hosiery    Bargain    Ever
I Offered in New Westminster
60c and 75c lisle lace hosiery for 3Cc
Over 80 dozen pairs of Women's superfiue  Lisle  Lace Hose   (Morley's  celebrated  make),  colors  tan,
���brown and black;  also some embroidered  Lisle  Hose in black.    They are our regular 00c, 65c, ,and 76c
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���rallies.    We know  this is an almost  unbelleveable   price cut.  hut   it  Is true  all  'he same,    They  are  now
Rfcl! one price     Coir... early and get   your  choice  at
35c per pair, or 3 pair for $1
rar
fSome  Wonderful Bargains in  the Wash
Goods Department
Fifty pieces new season's muslins for 10c yard
in everj   conceivable color, pattern and new floral design effects, regular 15c, 20c and -"���(��� values; now
ling for the ridiculous sum of    10c  per yd.
20c Scotch ginghams for 12 l-2c yard
tripes,   checks,   etc.,  also some  gc
id 32-inch English Print, 15c and 20c value.-.   Now al 12i/J,c yd
15c Oxford shirting for 10c yard
Four pieces only light and dark  -stripe genuine Imported Oxford   Shirting,   regular  'price  15c.   Now
    10c  yd.
15c white and colored flannelettes for 10c yard
Fourteen pieces light and dark colors,  ilso pure white, regular price 15c; now tor  10c yd.
An Unusual Offering of White Longcloth
15a values for 10c yard
Twelve pieces 36-lnch wide fine soft tinished White Long (Moth, made of  long staple cotton,  no  Ail
ing or dressing.    Going for.
10c  yd.
$2.75 white table cloths for $1.50
This   is   a   bargain   if ever there WHS one.    Fifteen beautiful  white   linen   Table Cloths,   size  8  by   10
���autifully   bordered   on   the   four   sides;   regular  $2.75.    doing  for	
$1.50
Uniforms, cloths, galateas and ducks for 20c per yard
Specially   adapted   for  Women's house dresses,   boys'  blouses, etc.,   regular -���'('  and 30o.    Will  be  sold
tor
,20c yd.
Final Two Days of the Remnant Sale
See our remnant tables for this week.   You will find
many useful pieces there at a
Great Price Saving
T. H. Smith's
The Store That Sells for Less
City News
Guichon Hotel meals 25c.
The Lulu Island land sale will be
continued on Saturday.
Not made to please the eye, but to
! please the palate. The "B. C." and
| "Old Sport" Cigars. **
���Mrs. Kane, of Victoria, Is spending
I a few days In the city  visiting    her
I aunt, .Mrs. W. D. Purdy, of 823 Queens
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! avenue.
See J. Eugene Brown's windows for
snaps In outing suits. **
The funeral took place on Tuesday
,at Boundary Bay cemetery of Mrs.
.Elizabeth Morris, of New Pass, who
died at the age of 79 at her residence.
First class cut carnations only 25c
a dozen at Davies & Son. Telephone
B208. **
Special cars conveyed the members
jof the Sunday school of Kitsilano
j Presbyterian church, Vancouver, to
I Queen's park yesterday, where a very
j pleasant  time  was  spent.
We have a nice cottage ou extra
'large lot, with fruit tree, and small
;fruits in rear. Ninth street, near
Queen's avenue, for short time at
; $1,500, easy terms. Abbott & Hyde,
| 238 Columbia street. **
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hardman and tam-
I Hy are leaving today for their summer
camp   at   Boundary  Bay.   where   Mrs
| Hardman and the children will remain
j for several weeks,
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For cut flowers for any floral work.
I ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
A special car carried several mem-
I tiers  of  St. Mary's   church,    Sapperton,   to Stanley   Park  yesterday,   fot
their   annutl   picnic,   and   a pleasant
[time was spent among the trees.
Your outing will be incomplete without a box of "B. C." Cigars. **
Tomorrow nine more fishermen will
| appear   before  Capt.   Pittendrigh,  un-
jder   information   laid     by     Inspector
North,  for  fishing  without   Provincial
| licenses.
For    Bale���Seven    roomed    house,
bath    room,   pantries,    closets,    woodshed;     Horse  stall,   carriage   house:
[ fruit  trees; on  full  lot.    For further
j particulars apply to owner, 1H2 Eighth
I street. **"*
Tbe  laud  sale  on   Sa:unlay  of  city
property   will   probably   be   the   last
'public auction, as after 'hat time the
! lots may be on sale by private treaty
at  the  upset  prices  already fixed by
1 the   council.
Only about ten tons of freight was
brought over on the Trader from Victoria yesterday. In the passenger
list were Mrs. Vincent and family.
\ Mrs. Vincent is the wife of the assistant superintendent of the C. P. R.
marine  service. Victoria.
A. H. Ferguson and Mrs. Ferguson
have left Westminster for a three-
months' visit in the East.   They hope
; to see the second Minto Cup match
at Montreal, and will visit other cities
| iu Eastern Canada aud New England,
being away for three months. While
in Boston, Mass., Mr. ���Ferguson, who
is a prominent member of the order,
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
Howard & Muirhead
BURR BLOCK, Columbia Street
Phone No. 386
Just Read This Special
One iron bed, good strong ^n r A
spring and mattress  to \X SH
fit, for sPOeJU
We have one hundred beds to choose from-All
sizes.   Have a look.
WE MAKE AWNINGS
HE'S MAMMOTH FURNITURE EMPORIUM
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMIN8TER,  B. C.
Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
will attend as a visitor the supreme
lodge of the Knights of Pythias, which
meets in the Bay state capital during
August.
A boat belonging to Fred Clark has
been reported missing, together with
nets, from the soutll side of the river
just outside the olty limits. One or
two cases of entering shacks and
stealing during the absence of the
owners, are announced from the same
quarter.
The Beatrice brought the new Great
Northern transfer Sidney No. 2, into
port yesterday. The new boat, of
which a description has already been
published in these columns, is a great
improvement on the old transfer, and
will take the gulf service from Sidney,
Vancouver Island, to Westminster and
Blaine.
A meeting of the New Westminster
Co-Operative society will be held in
the Eagles Hall on Friday evening,
when the election of officers of the
society will take place. The question
of opening a store at an early date
will also be considered, there being
now sufficient capital in hand to proceed with the venture. The manager
of the Co-Operative store has not yet
been selected.
The products of the fruit lands of
the Okanagan valley occupied a prominent place in the prize list at the recent Dominion fair at Calgary. Kel-
owna is the centre of the Okanagan
fruit district. Irrigated lands there
sell at $150 per acre ou payments
spread over three years. If you want
to investigate the opportunities here
see White. Shiles & Co., 260 Columbia
street, New Westminster, respecting
their free trip proposition on July
28th. ������
The residents of Coquitlam are up
in arms against the proposed raising
of the Coquitlam dam by the B.C.E.R.
conipany, the solicitor for thjat. muni1
cipality having beeu instructed to take
out an injunction tlie moment tho
company commences active work on
the structure. The Coquitlam people
object to the diverting of the water,
as they fear it will harm a number of
industries along the banks of the Coquitlam river, and are also sensible
to the possible danger of the dam
bursting and flooding the neighborhood.
A baseball match between the Westminster Seniors and the Vancouver
Y. M. C. A. team will be played at
Queen's park on Saturday afternoon.
The local team will be picked on Friday evening.
Exasperated with the telephone
service which has been given during
the past few days, Mayor Keary has
ordered the local manager of the B.
C. Telephone conipany to remove .all
instruments from the City hall within a month. Persons who have been
ciff^elled to use the phone recently
will readily sympathise with the mayor in the trouble which he must have
experienced before deciding upon so
drastic a step as the removal of the
talk boxes.
A session of the Burnaby police
court was held for the first time in
many months yesterday morning when
Reeve Bryne, Councillors Sprott and
Cliff and B. G. Walker, all .1. P.'s. occupied seats on the bench. The case
of Creamer vs. Wolfe, In which theft.
of some cordwood was alleged, was
dismissed. A charge of furious driving against Ernie Stark, of Vancouver,
was withdrawn, it transpiring that
Walter Stark should have been summoned. Trying to shatter the automobile speed record between this city
and Vancouver was responsible for the
summons being issued.
A mild cigar, but strong on quality,
the "Auto." **
The Reginas aud the Westenders
will lineup at Queen's park this evening in a scheduled intermediate lacrosse match, when an interesting and
close game is expected. The Reginas
will line up as follows: Goal H. Gifford.
O. Peele, H. McArthur. B. McCormick,
H. Fletcher, G. Mannering, .!. Fitzgerald, A. Robertson. A. Smith. D.
Morrison, C. Smith, H. Archibald. The
Westenders will have the following
aggregation in the field: Goal Munn.
Marshall. Galhr.ith, W. Sangster, Sibley. W. Warwick, D. BaTtlett, E. Warwick, R. Sangster, W. Lund, G. Spring,
O. Swanson.
The ladies of Knox church, Sapperton, are having a trolley party to
English bay on Friday evening, July
24. A special car will leave Sapper-
trr limits at 7:10 p.m. Tickets for
round trip, 50c. **
i
MONEY TALKS AGAIN
The following letter speaks for
itself and is another evidence of
the quick manner in which our
companies settle their claims.
A. W. McLeod, Esq.,
Agent   Dominion   Fire   Insurance
Co., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���We beg to express our
great appreciation and satisfaction
for the very prompt manner in
which you have settled our loss by
fire on Monday, for although our
claim forms were only completed
Tuesday we have today received
your company's check in full payment, just two days after our claim
was made out, and only three days
after the fire. Wishing you and
the Dominion every success,
We are, sincerely.
FEENEY & HENRY.
\
We can give you a lower rate too
than other offices if you have a
good risk. Let us quote you our
figures.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE -BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THURSDAY
JULY
V
EMBROIDERED  TRUTH.
Mark Twain on His Own Reputation
For Veracity.
1 am used to having my statements
discounted. My mother began it before
I was seven yeurs old. Yet all through
my life my facts have had a substratum of truth, and therefoue they wero
not without preciousness. Any person
who Is familiar with me knows how to
itrike my average and therefore knows
how to get at the jewel of any fact of
mine and dig lt out of Its blue clay
matrix. My mother knew that art.
"When I was seven or eight or ten or
twelve years old���along there���a neighbor said to her:
*T>o you ever believe anything that
that boy says?"
My mother said:
"He Is the wollsprlng of truth, but
you can't bring up the whole well with
one bucket." And she added: "I know
Lis average, therefore he never deceives me. I 'discount hlm 30 per cent
for .inbroidery, and what Is left is
perfect and priceless truth without a
flaw lu it anywhere."���Mark Twain'*
Autobiography in North American Review.
The Fighting Lamming.
If the lemming's powers were proportioned to his pluck, the lemming
wwiiId make things lively for tlie
hunter. It attacks witli reckless fury
the harmless passerby. One of these
creatures, smaller than a rat. will assail without a second thought a couple
��_ human beings weighing 150 pounds
apiece. It will spring to one's knees,
barking nnd biting, and in purblind
fury fall track "all ends up" to the
earth, only to renew the attack again
nnd again. One day while oue lemming was flying at mo another from
beyond a small stream joined in the
demonstration aud presently swam
across to get to close quarters. I was
not quite sure that the first fall into
the water was not accidental, but
haid'ly think so, since once there it
came straight to the charge.���"W^.d
Norway."
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODasE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellews* hall. Columbia Btreet, every   Monday  evening. I
at 8 o'clock.
���V. 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. TJ. W. hall. Odd
fellows'  block,  Clarkson  street
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���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows'  block.
Trains & Steamers
Got the Autograph.
At Carlsbad on one occasion Brahma
physician, Dr. Grunbeuger, asked the
somposer for his autograph for a
young lady admirer, but Brahms scolded him for making a nuisance of himself and refused to give it. Some
weeks later, nt his departure from
Carlsbad, Brahms handed to the doctor an envelope inscribed. "With the
cordial thanks of Johannes Brahms."
Act icing a broad grin on the doctor's
face, he asked: "What makes you look
so cheerful? You don't know yet what
the envelope contains." "Nor do I
care," retorted the doctor. "The eiw
velope is the main thing. Much oblifr
*><) for the autograph!"
C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:35,
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at. .New Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland express arrives 12:4.*.
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 v.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 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
Leave .New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p.m.
Leave Guichon 6 a- m-, arrive New I
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  tor  Weatminater at
5:50,  6:50,  7:20 and  half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���-The regular meetings of
this Lodge ane held on the��_*econd
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. In the Oddfellows' Hall
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES.
Aerie No. L'0���Meets every Tuesdaj
evening at S p. m., in the Eagles'
ball, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;   II.  Seholield, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesdaj
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���.Meets on the First and
Third Tuesdav of every month <n
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland,
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge. No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday eveniug
at S 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 Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month.
In K. of P. Hall, faolumhla St., al
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and  place.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the I'nion Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.: King Solomon Lodge,
.No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
.No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton. No. 4683, I. O. Wr, C. O.
F., Court .Westminster, No. 330:
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nest  No. 29;
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COMMENCING
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THE DAILY NEWS
���5    PAGE SEVEN.
re Debenture By-Law,
1908
bentures  shall be appb-'J. as follows  to cause ,:r -lmber of debentures to debenti
should  be  issued  for that
NOTICE.
and not otherwise, towards paying the  be marl... not. exceeding in the whole  amount. Take notice that the above is atrue
cost of the passing of this    By-Law  the ,-,..,       six TnouSand  ($6,000.ou,      AM,   WHEREAS, for the payment  copy of the proposed   By-Law which
and the issue and sale of the deben-. Dollars , .-���-,  BUms of    money as  of  int. ,,���   the  debentures    pro-   wllll.e  taken into    consideration  by
Itures therein referred to and all ex-|may  :. dred, not less than  One  post I ,     under tl   I By-Law
""'"'��"��      ������     ~��".,_.nH��r,      With
.   the Municipal Council of the City of
-Law to enable the Council of the] lenses  in connection  with    the  Bald 1 hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, or an  and fo iting a sinking fund for the New Westminster   one   month   from
orporation of the City of Newman; recouping th** treasury of the equivalent ixpressed in pounds sterl- paymenl of the said debentures when | the first publication in the "Daily
estminster to raise by a loan the jsald City such suras as have been this lng of the UnltAl Kingdom of Great due, it ��-j ; :���. uecessary to raise by News" newspaper, which first pdbli-
um of Six Thousand Five Hundred  vear expended until the proceeds of Britain a      reland at a value of 4.886 sped ., ja addition to all other J cation took place on the 25th day of
June, 190S, and tbat a votg    of    the
electors of the City will be taken on
|$6,500.00) Dollars for the erection ;""' .ale of the said debentures have  to the  pou terllng;    and all sucli               ach year during the currency
jnd equipment of a   Fire  Hall  atibecome   available  and    towards    the  debentures shall  be sealed  with the oi   the            lebentures,   the  sum  of
Jueen's   Park  and     for    improve- icost o�� the erection and equipment of  Seal oi i. . .��� .oration, signed by the Nineti   -.   hundred,  thirteen   and    13-
nents and equipment for the Fireja Fire Hall at Queen's Park and im- 'Mayor and irsigned by the Trea- 1 -\ ���.; ,.���:;,   Dollars;
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th
lay of July, lids, between the hours
���Hall  at Sapperton.
JlEREAS, it Is proposed to erect
[equip a Eire Hall at Queen's Park
saiil City ani  tu improve and
i- equip tbe Flre Hail at Sapper-
Iin the said City, entailing tlie ex-
Tiiiue of $6,500.00.
K*it WHEREAS, it appears that If
lid sum of $6,500.00    lie appro-
id from .the general  revenue of
���L'i'y for the current year the rate
Isviiion  will   be  excessive,  and   It
isdlent that such excessive tax-
should be avoided, and the sai.l
should be raised on the credit of
Corporation, and thai debentures
lld be issued for that amount.
D WHEREAS,  tor the payment
- it  on the  debentures    pro-
��� i lie issued under tliis By-Law, I
or creating a sinking fund for the |
enl ol the said debentures wheu
II   a ill be necessary to raise by
|j     rate, in addition to all  other
, each year during the currency
c said debentures,    the sum of
��� hundred, eighty-two and 63-100
12...)   Dollars;
KI) WHEREAS, in order to raise
(said yearly sum of Three Huud-
Eighty-tWO and 63-100 ($382.63)
irs, an equal special rate on the
iv will be required to be levied on
[whole rateable   property    of  tie
if New Westminster.
JD WyEUI-AS, the whole rate-
property of the said City, ac-
png to the last revised aasess-
roll thereof, is Four million, one
ired aud fifty thousand, eight
ted and eighty ($1,150,880.00)
Irs;
JD WHEREAS, the total amount!
existing debenture debt of the;
[City is one million, eighty-seven |
(and, one hundred ($1,087,100.00) j
|r-;, irrespective of the sum of
lundred anil  twent.-tive  thou
Bve hundred   ($125,t .00)   D
proposed to be raised under the I
frworks     Debenture      By-Law, |
the  "Street   Improvement   De-
ire  By-Law,  1908,"  the  "Markel
liiti.t'e  By-Law,   1908,"    and    the
|1     Schools   Debenture   By-LSw,
if which none of the principal
���rest is in arrears,
THEREFORE, the Municipal
Ol the Corporation of the City
West mins'er    enacts   as   foi-
pmvemenis and equipment    for Flre.jsurer th , .- by such other per- AMD, WHEREAS, in order to raise of nine o'clock a. m. and flve p. _..
Hall at Sapperton aforesaid.                 ;son or p i    as  may be' thereunto the  ia I yearly sum of-Nineteen hun-, the  following    places, namely:    The
(7) This  By-Law   shall   take  effect   lawful! ��� d. dn I,   thirteen   and   18-100   ($1913.13) | Council Chamber. Civic Building;  the
on the  1st day of August, 190S, and]     (:!,  T lebentures   shall    lie ""bar., an equal special rate on the! Fire Hall,  Sapperton;   and the Light
"Fire Debenture  pay..',!,- Qr8t day o�� July, 1958,  dollar required to be levied on
jat such pi,.      ,r places as tlie Coun--''11"  whole  rateable  property of    the
I  'orporation may from  (i' New Westminster;
on the
may be cited as the
i'y-l.aw,  1908."
(S) 'i'bis  By-Law,  before  the    final jcj- of the       ,  , c���.,)0r.lUon may trom  City
passing thereof, shall receive the as-|time*l i I ppoint with the appro-      A-N'D,   WHEREAS,  the  whole rate-
sent of tho electors of the said CityjVal of the b  iders thereof,  and shall  ;ll|l" property of the said City, accord-
in the manner required by law. jhave attach* |  to them    coupons for  ln8 '" the last revised assessment roll
Recei ������: the assent of the electors ;tne paymenl of the interest at the rate  thereof, Is Four millions, one hundred :
,ta>' 0,:                        -'J0S* jof five pei  c mtum per annum on the  a'"! fifty thousand, eight hundred and
amount thereof,  which interest shall eil?hty   ($1,1511,880)   Dollars;
City Clerk. Mayor.   be payable halt-yearly on the first day      AND, WHEREAS, the total amount !
of Januarj       | the lirst day of duly  ��r the existing debenture debt of the
Un each and .wry year, and the said j sai(i City is One million, eighty-seven
coupons shall be signed by the said '; thousand, one hundred  ($1,087,100.00)
Mayor. 'Dollars,  irrespective of    the  -sum  of
tl) A   special  rale  ou    the dollai j Ninety-nine   thousand,    five   hundred
shall he levied  aud    raised  in  each ; C?99��&00) Dollars proposed to Im; rals-
:year, iu addition to all other rates on ied  under  the    "Street.   Improvement
Station. Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, .Tune 25, 1908.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltlth Columbia Coast Lin*
Service.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is atrue
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 "Dally'.all the rateable property of the City Debeature By-Law, 1908," the "Mar-
News" newspaper, which first publi- sufficient to pay the interest upon the ket Debenture By-Law, 1908," tbe
cation took place on the 25th day of j debentures and to create a sinking ! "Fire Debenture By-Law, 1908," and
June, 1908, and that a vote of thej fund for the payment of the principal the "Public Schools Debenture By-
electors of the City will be taken on (thereof when due, subject to any Act jLaw< 1908," of which none of the prin-
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th or enactment respecting the same. | cipal or interest is in arrears,
day ot July, 1908, between the hours (5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall ' NOW, THEREFORE, the Municipal
of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at! be raised annually by special rate as ' Council of the Corporation of the City
the  following    places, namely:    The  aforesaid, during the currency of the;of NewWestminster enacts as follows:
said debentures the sum of Three hun-j    Cl) H shall be lawful for the Mayor
dred ($300.00) dollars for the payment Jot ,he said cit>' to jaise by way of
of interest thereon, and the sum of Iloan fron) any Person or persons, body
VV. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk. 'Fifty-three  and   20-100   ($53.20)   dol- ;or tidies corporate, who may be will-
Hall. June 25, 1908. jlars to provide for the repayment of ]inS to advance the same on the credit
the principal. I of the debentures hereinafter   men-
(6) Th9 proceeds of the sale of the '��� tioned, any sum or sums of money,
said debentures shall be applied as !u0t exceeding in the whole the sum of
follows and not otherwise, toward^ Thirty-two thousand, five hundred
paying the cost of the passing of this j ($32,500) Dollars, and to cause the
By-Law and the issue and sale of the [B&me to be paid into the Treasury of
the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the Light
Station, Tenth  street.
City
Market Debenture By-
Law, 1908
]A By-law to enable the Council of the j debentures therein referred to; re-
Corporation of the City of New couP,nS the treasury of the City such
Westminster to  raise  by loan the  Sl,ms as nav�� ueen this y���r expended I    f2> " sha1' ,)e 'awful for the Mayor
|) It shall be lawful for the Mayoi
e said City to raise' by way ol
irom any person or persons, body
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 an extension    to ;
tbe Market Budding, aud it is expedi- '
ent  that certain additional sums    be
expended in like manner,   amounting'
in all. with the sums already so ex-
u u led., to the sum of Six Thousand I
($6,000.00)  Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS it appears that If
the     said    sum    of    Six     Thousand ,
($6,000.00)    Dollars    be   appropriated!
from the general revenue of the City ;
for the current year the rate of taxa
tlon  will be excessive, and it is    ex
on the works herein mentioned or may ! to cause any number of debentures to
be so expended until the proceeds of jbe made, not exceeding in the whole
the sale of the said debentures have
become available, and in paying the
amount to become due for the completion of the said extension to the said
Market Building.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited as the "Market Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(S) This  By-Law,  before   the   final
the sum of Thirty-two thousand, five
hundred ($32,500) Dollars, for such
sums of money as may be required,
not. less than One hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each, or an equivalent expressed in pounds sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
j sterling; and all such debentures shall
[be sealed with the Seal of the Corpo-
ln the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
pe Ment   that such  excessive  taxation
le   corporate, who may be will- Ishould be avoided, and the said sum
���to advance the same on the credit  should lie raised on the credit of the
lh..  debentures    hereinafter   men- Corporation,    and    that"  debentures
led,  .my  sum or  sums  of  money, ishould be issued for that  amount.
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.
���exceeding in the whole the sum of
|0..o0, and to cause the same to be
into  the  Treasury of    the said
for    the    purposes    mentioned
Bin.
|2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor
tause any number of debentures to
[made, not exceeding in the whole
sum of $6,500.00 for such su^ns of
Jney as may be required,  not less
in $100 each or au equivalent ex-
fessed In pounds sterling of tho Uni-
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire-
Bd, at a value of 4.866 to the pound
fcrling; and all such debentures shall
sealed with the seal of the Corpo-
Ition, signed by the Mayor and coun-
frsigned   by   the   Treasurer   thereof,
by such other person or persons as
lay be thereuuto lawfully authorized.
1(3) The  said debentures   shall   be
Hyalite on the first day ot July, 1958, [roll thereof, Is Four Million One Hun
such place or places as the Coun-
11 ot the said Corporation muy from
on the day of
Reconsidered and finally
open Council the
1908.
Citv Clerk.
1908.
Mayor.
AND,   WHKRKAS   for   the payment
ot Interest ou the debentures proposed
to be issued under this B>-law, and j will be taken into consideration by
for creating a sinking fund for thc | the Municipal Council of the City of
payment of the said debentures when
passing t'ner*eof, shall receive the as- ration, signed by the Mayor and coun-
sent of the electors of the said City |tersigned by the Treasurer thereof, or
by  such other person or persons as
may be thereunto lawfully authorized,
(3) The  said  debentures shall    be
passed in I payable on the first day of July, 1958,
dav of i at such place or places as the Council
of the said Corporation may from time
to time appoint, with the approval of
the holders thereof, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest at    the rate of five
per centum per annum on the amount
NOTICE
Take notice that the above is atrue
copy of the proposed   By-Law which !tnereof. **i�� intere8t sha11 be Pa>-
able half-yefrly on the first   day of
January and the first day of July, in
N'ew Westminster one month from
the first publication in the "Daily
News" newspaper, which first publication took place on the 25th day of
each  and every    year, and the said
coupons shall be signed by the said
Mayor.
(4) A special  rate on    the dollar
June 190S, and that a vote of the .sha" be levled and raised each >'ear'
electors of the City will be taken on : in addilion to a" otuer rates- on a11
the said proposed By-Law on the 27th ;lae rateable property of the City, suf-
ficient  to pay the interest upon the
debentures   and  to  create  a sinking
AND.  WHEREAS in order to raise j day of July, 1908, between the hours
._,_. _.,i,. veai-K- sum of Three Hundred  of nine o'clock a. m. and five p. m., at
the said yearij sum ot iniet nununu ,       -.,,���; fund for the payment of the principal
and Fifty-three and 20-100 ($353.20) I the following   places, namely.    The
Dollars an equal special rate on   the  Council Chamber, Civic Building; the
dollar will be required to be levied on  Flre Hall. Sapperton;   aud  the  L'.*l.t
the whole rateable property    of   the Station
City of New Westminster.
AND.  WHEREAS the -^iwle    rate
able   property of  the  said City,    ac- |
t ording to the last revised assessment
City
Tenth  street.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
Hall. June 25, 1908.
pe to time appoint, with the appro-
la I Of tho holders thereof, and shall
ave attached to them coupons for the
jaynient of interest at the rate of five
It r centum per annum on the amount
proof, which Interest shall be puy-
ble half-yearly  on the  first day of
ii'iuary aud the first day of July in
A By-Law to enable the Council ofthe
Corporation  of the City    of   New j
Westminster to r*>ise  by  loan the '
sum  of Thirty-two thousand,  five |
hundred   ($32,500)   Dollars for the I
construction    of   a    Reservoir   at
Queen's Park and connecting mains
WHEREAS, certain sums of money
Schools Debenture By-Law, 1908," and | the general revenue of the City on the
the "Street Improvement Debenture construction of a reservoir at Queen's
By-Law. 1908," of which none of the I Park ami connecting mains, and it is
.incipal or Interest is In arrears.      ��� expedient that certain additional sums
pr
dred and Fifty Thousand, eight bun
dred and eighty  ($4,150,880) Dollars.
AND, WHEREAS, the total amount!
of the existing debenture debt of th��'
said City Is One million, eighty-seven I
tnousand,   one   hundred     ($1,087,100)
dollars, irrespective of the sum of One
hundred    and    twenty-six    thousand
($126,000.00)   dollars    proposed to be j
raised   under  the    "Waterworks   De-
lach  and every   year, and  the    said j benture By-Law. 1908." the "Flre De- j
mponr Shall be signed by the said [benture By-Law.  1908,"    the  "Public   ha... this year been expended out ot
iayor.        \
(4) A special  rate on    the    dollar
mail be levied and raised in each year
Hi addition to all other rates on all lhe
rateable property of the City, sufflci-       ,  .
ht to pay the interest upon the de-   Council of the Corporation of the City |structton  of the said reservoir   and
Kturea and to create a sinking fund 0( NewWestminster enacts as follows: ; connecting mains,    amounting In all,
>r the payment of the prtnclpal there-      (1) It shall be lawful for the Mayor , with the sums  already  expended,  to
pi when due, subject to any Act or en- |of the said City to raise by way of j the sum of Thirty-two thousand, flve
i.'tment respecting the same. (loan from any person or persons, body j hundred  ($32,500)  Dollars;
.   (5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall jor bodies corporate, who may be will- (    AND. WHEREAS, It appears that if
J�� raised annually by special rate as ling to advance the same on the credit .the said sum of Thirty-two thousand,
foresaid, during the currency of the [of  the debentures  hereinafter    men-  five hundred ($32,500) Dollars be ap-
lald debentures    the sum of    Three  tioned. anv sum or sums of money not, proprlated from the general revenue
|H��ndred   and    Twenty-live  ($325.00)   exceeding' in   the  whole the sum of of the Olty for the current year the
Hollars Tor the payment of    Interest  $6,000.00, and to cause the same to be rate of taxation will be excessive, and
���hereon, and  the sum of Fifty-seven  paid  into  the  Treasury  of the said  It Is expedient that such    excessive ,
and 63-100 ($57.63. Dollars to provide  City    for    the    purposes   mentioned taxation should be avoided, and the
*�� the repayment of the principal.      herein. ,   A    ��*��* ��um should    be raised   on the
(6) The proceeds of the said de-      (2) It shall be lawful for the Mayor credit of the Corporation,  and that
I thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
(5) Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rate as
aforesaid, during the currency of the
_   said debentures the sum of One thou-
���  J sand,   six  hundred   aud    twenty-five
WaterWOrKS Debenture !t?l.ti25.00)   Dollars,   for  the payment
���ri      t ���_ nno i"** tnterest thereon,  and the sum of
By-LaW,    1908 Two  hundred,  eighty-eight    and   13
NOWr, THEREFORE, the Municipal be  expended  ln completing the con-
100   ($288.13)   Dollai-3  for the  repayment of the principal.
(6) The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall he 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 said works, or may be so expended until the proceeds of the sale
of the said debentures have become
available; and paying the cost of the
completion ot the said reservoir and
connecting mains.
(7) This By-Law shall take effect
on the first day of August, 1908, and
may be cited a3 the "Waterworks Debenture By-Law, 1908."
(8) This By-Law, before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
ln the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1908.
Reconsidered and finally passed ln
open Council the day of
1908.
I   '"    . City Clerk.     Mayor.
TIMETABLE
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
July 21, 27. August :;. 9, 15.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver
daily except Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. dally.
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 Wednesday.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
S S 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 ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m- daily,
.xcept Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo t p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m.;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from Vancouver   10   a.m. every
Thursday.   Returning arrivee.at Van
couver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  16th ot
every   month.
UP RIVER. ,
Beaver��� ��.
From New Westminster Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
LOWER FRASER   RIVER.
\        S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transfer leaves New "West-
miaster Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 3
p.m. Except Saturday at 2 p.m. Additional trip Monday 5 a.m.
Leave Westham Island Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday at 7 a.m. Friday 6 a.m. Additional trip Saturday leave Ladner at
5 p.m.
CALLING OF  TH�� LEAVES
IT��_   HiiiiI  In tb*   Vet ninn  l.,nllr  Hm��
\ rrr Little to !>.�� With it.
iVhen tbe storm cl .ml* gather behind
the brown i.utuuinal  woods aud eold
tvlnds begin ti   blow, then the bright
leaves corns dnftin      >v.t. In fluttering,
fast thickening sll ,\. until it aluu*.
B��eins as If the v. imi were the acttv��
agent and actually tare the leave . from
tin. trees. This, of course, is 'not tht
case. Tbe leaf fall only becomes ;���
ble after a long preparation on tb ��� p ir<
of the tree, which forms a peculiar
layer of cells in eaeh leaf stem called
the cleavage plate.
This cleavage plate, or separation
layer, consists of a section of loosely
attached thin walled cells With a few
strands of stronger woody fiber in
umong them, so, in the early autun *
although tht leaves appear as firmly
attached as ever before, tbey are really
only held on the tree by these few
Woody strands and the outer brittVi
skin or epidermis of the stem. Now
only a slight shock or wind flurry I)
sufficient to break the fragile support
aud bring the leaves In showers to ti��a��
ground. We may see these wood]
Strands broken through In tlie leaf scar
of the horse chestnut, where they appear as little rounded projections oo
the broken surface nnd are often Bp >'iC
tn of from their fancied reseinblanei
to tbe nails of a horseshoe. Tbe hicl.
cry and ash among other trees havi
��)ml!ar markings on their leaf guat
aud from the same cause. On the root
of the wild sarsaparllla, which projects
lust above tbe ground, a like series of
little projections will be seen upon tb��
���ingllke scar which surrounds the bud
where the ieaf stalk has just separated.
Often the leaves separate and fan
>ven on the quietest days, for thetf
own weight Is sufficient to break tlie
frail support. These hushed and si.
premely tranquil d.-ijs we all remem
ber, when our Octoben walks are ta
companled by the soft, small sounds 1.
falling leaves, by the rustlings and dn
whisperings of their showering mnltv
todes.���St. _*ich��1ns.
SLEEP AND NERVE REST.   *
y
For   reservations   and   miormaOon1
all or address
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
.���at. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victoria.
.Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Double through Transcontinental
trains, with tourist, pullman and dining cars.   Quickest aud safest, service.,
Atlantic express leaves at 17.25.
Imperial  limited   leaves  at  7:15.
Tickets on sale July 22 and 23, August 6 and 7.   For particulars
For further particulars and reservations apply*
ED. GOULET,
Agent. ^Jew Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.  Vanoouver.
a   Keceaaltr  That   Is   Overlooked   !���<
tbe Modern .Ir.nuom Lite.
In the Hays when eight hours t<*
tleep were nominally regarded as a>
hour too long for any self respectinj
Individual the exhausting character ot
modern life was unknown. There wa��
less wealth and more contentment; lee��
competition and more security; fewer
distractions, but more simplicity.
Work was easier, slower, and care,'
anxiety, aBt>.t__iension���in a word, wor
ry���did not reed. Uke tbe worm i' th'
bud, upon the hours exempt from toS.
We are remorseless ln overtaxing tht
delicate mechanism of our minds am)
uerves. The best walker, for Instance
does not propose to himself to go regl
larly sixty miles a day or to subject
the same set of muscles In any otb��r
form of physical exercise rb inters*
and unremitting labor. But that 'n
what we do with the Immediate agea*
of onr minds���the brain machine, "v1"'*
cannot watch its operations. We oftep
assume that Its movements are ns ligb��
and endless as the ripples of the uni
versal air. We know and nevertheless
we forget that the brain Is a substantial
apparatus ns liable to depreciation ai��
the fixed plant in a workshop. Now,
nothing is more certain than this���that
the potential capacity of the human
brain has not Increased, If at all, tn
anything like the proportion ot the Immensely aggravated demand upon it.
The modern man ls subject to �������
much mental and moral wear and tea?
In a day as his ancestors In no ver*
remote generation experienced 4Q ���
week. Yet ln respect of sleep we hav��
hardly changed traditional habit. W��
keep later nnd still later hours. W*
catch our trains In the morning in
usual. There Is no doubt whatever th��
we bum the candle at both ends witb
nnprecedented disregard of the laws ol
psychological economy, nnd that th��
amount of rest we allt^sv for nerve and
brain is no longer adequate.���London
Telegraph.
A Flint Train.
On the Riviera line near VeutimigU***.
Italy, the train, after ambling gent!*?
(long, stopped suddenly. An [Inpatient
passenger put his head out and asktwl
crustily. "Is this Bordighera7" No an.
swer. "Guard, Is this Bordlghera?" h#
shouted again. A voice came from the
fore part of the train. "No, monsieur,
It ls not Bordlghera���lt Is a .ow''
When tho cow had been removed fron
tbe line tbe train ambled ou again
Two minutes later It once more cam*
to a dead stop. "Another cow, I sur.
pose?" shouted the testy passengea
Wltherlngly. "No, monsieur, lt is not,"
said the guard placidly. "It Is th*
same cow."
Westminster
Transfer
Office 'Phone 189.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haolini
OPPICI���TRAM DIPOT.
A Coatlr Dealt.
There Is a famous old desk In th*
British war office in London. It ts s
4esk to which old hands point with
���motion. That desk cost tbe natloe
125,000,000. In It ls a pigeonhole wilt
e story. It was Into tbat ptgeonbete
that the dispatch of King Theodore ol
Abyssinia was thrust���and forgotten.
After we had been to war the doco
ment was found in the desk, aad we
all learned tbat there ought to have
been no wrr.���London Sketch.
The    St-UK.
"I hoar your firm discharged yot__"
"Toe, bnt I wouldn't mind that at
���ach if they hadn't added lnratt M
Injury"
"Howr
"They advertised fer a hor to 00
��y place."
Hherldan felt tn to?o with Mm U��
toy aad told the story of "The BlTOta,"
te a #_�� Meeeat of hla
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Fruit
a
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ers
These Are Built
Especially    for
Picking
Fruit
Are tapering at the
end to allow easy
handling in the
branches and will
extend to suit.
HM PUPILS PASS
INTO HIGH SCHOOL
Result     of     Entrance     Examinations
Shows   Long   List  of  Successful
Candidates.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
ought to cost toofe���it's purer, _u_er,
more carefully prepared Bat it's
no dearer thu othei brands of
standard quality. im
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia   St.,    New  Weatminater, B.  C.
������>
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PICNIC BASKETS,
PICNIC PLATES,
SWIMMING WINGS,
SERVIETTES,
CROQUET SETS,
HAMMOCKS, ETC., ETC.
AT
Moreys
Columbia Street
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.   j
Aerated Waters     ;
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113, Office  Eight street j
W   NEW  WESTMINSTER
The result of the high school entrance examinations held at the urban centres have been announced as
follows:
Examination Centres.
Cumberland: Candidates, 8; passed,
7.
Grand Forks: Candidates, 9; passed, S.
Kamloops: Candidates, 19; passed,
12.
Kaslo:  Candidates,  8;   passed,  5.
Nanaimo: Candidates, 20; passed,
16.
Nelson: Candidates, 33; passed, 32.
New Westminster: Candidates, 59;
passed, 50.
Revelstoke: Candidates, 19; passed,
16.
Rossland: Candidates, 14; passed,
12.
Vancouver: Candidates, 324; passed,   249.
Vernon: Candidates, 17; passed, 16.
Victoria: Candidates, 77; passed,
60.
Total number of candidates, 607;
passed, 483.
The governor-general's bronze medal in New Westminster was won by
Laura   E.   DeBeck.
New  Westminster  Centre.
Total   number    of   candidates,   59; i
passed,  50.
New  Westminster   (boys):  Number
of candidates,  23;   passed,  21.    John
A.   Fetberstonhaugh,  739;   E.   Ronald
Gilley,   733;   H.   Eldon   Cooper,   681;
George K. Sangster, 684;  William H.
Innes,   653;   George Sutherland,   642;
J.   Royden   Gilley,   637;   Herbert   W.
Jagger,  635;     R.  Clausin  Armstrong,
631;  Frederic Staten, 631;  George L.
Trapp, 631; Allen N. Shaw, 629; J.
��� Douglas     Hardman, 620;     H.   Leslie
Davis, 611; Kenneth Gunn, 606; Rol-
'and F. Whitaker, 604; Alfred Oakley,
j 602; John R. Mercer, 601; Hugo
| Johnson, 590: Alva Currie, 571; Wil-
j frid Courtney, 553.
! Girls: Number of candidates, 23;
'passed, 23. Laura E. DeBeck, 769;
'Eileen R. Gilley, 752; Ruth E. Winte-
Imute,   743;   Annie   R.   Phillips,   739;
Barbara M. West, 723; Ida M. Buck-
jland, 721; ilorence Eickhoff, 717;
'Carrie  N.   Robson.   714;     Emily     L.
Burkitt, 70S;   Gladys R.Osborne, 70S:
Mary E. Cassidy, 706; Clara E. Wil-
;Son, 703;   Marie  C. Morrow, 674; Mary
E. Scott, 670; Gladys I. Butters, 603;
I Annie  N,   Mercer,   658;   Winnifred  L.
Hill, 644; Mildred G. Steen, 642;
ICrissie P. Marshall, 617; Lillian A.
jPentland,   599;     Eleanor C.   Findlay.
I Preserving jj
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ARE HERE
Order Them Now
Peaches per box. .$1.25 \\
Apricots per box. $1.15 \\
HOW MANY MORE WEEKS UNTIL
SUMMER ENDS?
5IX ACCORDING TO THE CALENDAR. Eight
or ten according to the weather prophets, hither
way there is plenty of time to wear our summer
apparel. There's plenty of fashionable merchandise here which you'll want, it
must leave the shelves and counters pretty quick. Invoices for goods fm
across the sea are in. The goods are on the way and want displaying place as
soon as they're here.   That's why we reduce the prices on summer G00(iSi
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Parasols and Sunshades
It's not a question of what they're worth, but what will sell them.   They
have got to go and quick.   Note the prices and see if we are honest about
it mm
THE PEOPLE'S GROCER
2;  passed, 2.    Kenneth G.  McKenzie,
567;  Saburo Shtuobu, 555.
Port Moody: Number of candidates,
2; passed, 1.   Grace Ems, 703.
District   Results.
Burnaby West: Number of candidates, C; passed, 3. Maxwell Ford,
632; Mackie Smith, 603; Charles C.
Bell,  591.
Collingwood Heights: Number of
candidates. 11; passed, 3. Agnes F.
WUbers, 069; Marjorie K. McDonald,
590;   Marshall Lawson,  580.
Tuck's
dates,  .",;
Station:   Number of candi-
passed, 1.    Eva  Champion,
Luid Island: Number of candidates,
1;  passed, 1.    Edith M. Lyness, 65".
North Arm:  Number of candidates.!
2; passed, 1.   Stella B.Rowling, 633.
Sea Island: Number of candidates,
3; passed, 2. Ethel Miller, 620; Mabel Buckingham, 550.
St.   Ann's   Academy:     Number    of
candidates,   4;   passed,  4.      Gertrude
598; Elsie N. V. LQnL. 590; Bessie G.  P'Sullivan, 69S; Essie Leonhardt, 622
B.  C.
jUrkland, 587, "
Westside: Number of candidates,
S; passed, 3. Leonard Tupper, 755:
Margaret   Bacchus,   635;   John   Ross,
! 594.
i    Sapperton:   Number  of  candidates,
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Fire Insurance
We write fire insurance in the following offices:
Aetna Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn.
Atlas Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, Eng.
Western Assurance Co., of Toronto.
The London Assurance Co.
The Manitoba Flre Insurance Co.
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Ca
Call for Rates
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Cecillia   Morton,  012;     Esther  Floyd
595,     ���
Steveston: Number of candidates,
9; passed, 2. Leleah Wescott, 632;
Norman   .Marshall,  571.
St. Mary's: Number of candidates,
3;   passed,  1.    George  Parker,  624.
North Vancouver: Number o( candidates, S; passed, 7. Marion D.
Maron, 656; Alfred P. Shaw, 647;
Duncan Lawson, 644; Jean McMillan,
623; Nellie Phillips, 603; Raymond
Baxter, 603; Minnie Fogg, 577.
South Vancouver: Number of candidates. 4: passed, 3, Charlie Hay-
596; Vina Hay, ..86; Gordon Snii'h.
563.
Mountain View: Number <>f candidates, 4: passed, 3. Lucy M. Draper,
663; Christine Chebbln, 658; Bruce
\ Dobson,  630.
Private schools: Hannah Cameron,
681;   Archie  MacArthur,  579.
Doukhobors Try to Starve Themselves
Regina, Bask., July 81, -Three Doukhobors, who are in the citj Jail, and
their leader, who is in the guard-room
at the .Mounted Police barracks, refuse all food. They say they will
starve to death unless returned to
York ton  settlement.
$4ttt t ***** *���*
DRINK     RYALL'S
Li
ime mice
25c per bottle        - -      $1.50 per gallon
Your  Children   Require   It
NO   HIVES   WHEN   USED
Ask   for   Ryall's
WESTMINSTER-STEVESTON
Mail and Passenger Service Per
"J. C. Bruce"
I_eaves Brackman <fc Kits wharf
New Westminster, al 'A p.m. daily
except Saturdays, for Siinhury,
Woodwards, Ladner, Port Qulchon,
Westham Island, Steveston and all
intermediate 'mints, carrying pas-
sengers   and  light   freight,
Returning leaves Steveston al 6
a.m. and Ladner 7 a.m., arriving at
New Westminster 9:30 a.m. dally
except   Saturdays.     /
Saturdays leave Steveston at 6
a.m. and 4 p.m. for up river |H>iuts.
Saturdays leave New Westminster
at  2   p.m.
Tickets, rates, etc., at
WHITE,   SHILES   fi   CO.,
2tifi Columbia street, or on board,
J.  C.   BRUCE.
it.
i
Sunshades up to $3.00 for  	
Sunshades up to $1.75 for  	
Children's reduced to 25c each.
1.95
.91.26
Won't you need some Curtains? Wouldn't the parlor or dining room look more cheerful ii a n.*
pair of Lace Curtains were draped on the window? Many an opportunity comes to buy an odd pair ot
Curtains cheap.    THIS IS SUCH  A  ONE  NOW.
Lace Curtains
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That Were
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The Corset Counter
is doubly interesting just   now     There's no reason why we I hou I'd not
sell you Corsets as well as  undergarments during these bol .lays.    A price
v
clipped here and there means monej ln the purse of many a  shoppet   who
finds that the particular Corsel   is just the one she wants. /
One lot odd lines of  La.lie.-'  t'orsets   comprising   makes   we   are   not
going to stock  in  future;   values  up to $2.00 each for - 95c.
        .2.75
$3.00 for 	
        $2.25
.
           H.5C
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              95c.
Bathing Suits
How many times will yon go in bathing   this   Bummer?       How   ms
times will you have to borrow a bathing suit?   We have Ladles' and child-
ren's   Bathing Suits, made of cotton and wool, at prices like these;
Children's.   $1.00  to      $''5
Ladies'   $1.50  to       HO.
SILK GLOVES
Here's our whole stock of Ladies' Long Silk Gloves, In grey, navy and brown, put oui on the counter,
Every  Laift  pair  ought to   bid us good-bye in a day or two at this   pric*      While they last, per pair, 95c
Special purchase of Ladies' Whit,- Blouses, with hand embroidered fronts, worth in the regular way
$3.50.    Our special price    $2.25 each
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
We have too many garments in this Underwear section of ours.   We have to compress that.    Price!
are going to make them more lively.
Ladies' ...ghl   downs,   regular  price  $3.00, for   $1.75
Ladies' Night  Gowns, regular price  $2.00,   for    $1.50
White Underskirts, regular price $1.25, for     75c.
White Underskirts, regular price $2.00, tor   $1.50
Ladles' Knitted Vests, Swiss make, fine ribb, white only, rog. (15c, for 4',
Regular  s>,  for       55c
Pink only, regular 5Jtc, for  25c
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
We Close at 5:30

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