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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
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,li IRNING, JULY 6   1909.
FIVK CENTS PKR COPl
\{% REGULATIONS
ASSIST SHIPPING
B Coming Into
I . Aid Maritime
Pro.
To
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Jul-.   I,  is
newi
pei I  ���   toi
, ion laws against
	
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,,    heen allowed io op
LABLt SLIPS WHtN \
CHtW GAIN GOOD GRIP
Disappointment   Once   More   in   Befor Wrecked  Engine���No Orderi
for   Official   Enquiry.
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS
TO BE SPhNT ON PAVING
OKAMib CELEBRATION
RAISES DIFFICULT ISSUE
PROMOTION WILL BE
FOR MERIT ONLY
The whoU  daj ye i rdaj  wa
i,\  a or+n  Beeking to recovei  tihi
;l,|,      Olid     lelld'-l Mill,     ill     1!, I
,. ver nea.   the bridgi       V. hi i,
was soin,   prospect   ol    the   ma
coming    to  the    surface    tin
slipped from Its b": :
th��  "'i'  without   anj   reward
City  Council   Lets  Contract  _ or   Paving,  Sidewalks and
Sewers to Hassam Company    Seventy Days Required
to Complete Improvements    Important Report
Submitted on Protection of Waterworks
Intake at Coquitlam Lake.
Responsibility   for   Civic    Hoiiday   on
Monday   Thrown   on   Mayor   Keary
by   City   Council.
Civil Service Reform is Extended to I. C. R.-New
System Inaugurated.
An   application   from  the   ���
of the committee of  ih,.  lining,- <-.-������	
bratlon  In  this  city on  Monday, nexl
led in a llvelj  discussion ai   th. Ottawa,  Jul.
council  lasi   evening, and opened    I will   shorl |   i
qUeBtlon of the discretion oi the chiel   tended   to   the   Intercolonial
Th
ereout ve oi the city for the i
civic ivn-ti'.ii.lavK.
R. A. Stonej  wrote on behalf ol thi
celebration    committee    asking    th.
rtiiVv   y
employees, Th. Board of Management ������''��� nil. appolnte i has di cid ��� I
limi   ih,   onlj   principle  of  promotion
-.,-.-
Han   ports,     tne
claBs f|<)nl IU" restrlt
,io_ become ' -���   "" T*ur8���d*>
: d ;,., '   ""���   ���1'a",,":'
'ness by scores  into Btul wate,
: ,i,i ut seme Canadian Or BrftlBb
port
''YYlirii^^'-- ':��".'"t  will no. I.                                                                                                             myoT-n. c^u^to^are"- civic hereafter on the staff of .he I. C. R.
1 ', '             ,, ,,���. ,,.,,.., holiday to,   ill.- celebration.                  win   be  anility   and   merit,   as     ���   -
permit "''   " '  "��� "'*                                    amount OF contract. $K5.250. Vlderman   Adams    objected   'o  m.   denced  v   He- reports receivi I  r.
eL_drPanTwork ia  sUU  g.   .                             'Pavini     ,   Sidewalk, and Walls $31,J   Sewers $20,750.) other holiday on the ground that ther,   larjy from all the heads and subJ
reared, ana   ��    * ��           �� h.(d already been sf.v.-i-al this season, ol  the departments as to th��� manner
"Tt     d craft having  w;                     .     -                                       WORKS to BE  DONE-Pav.ng, sidewalks and sewers. and t||,   merchants ought  to  re-peci   in   whien   tli,,  Individual     employees
',"���',   i. An ordei   b%** YYYY'' Thai    .1  th,                     PORTION  COVERED-From   Fourth to McNeeiy Sts. the wishes of -he mayo,  if an Invlta, under them a,-,, discharging their lu-
!,eiva                 ,,'   ,���i���.,. ,.vl.nim       lh,-   uen   saj      n.i      I    ii tion was issued to them to close          Ues.    'lhe-,   reports will   be analog-
.'���"""   "tempt   conJd   ,���,   put  on  the ihrldgi     the  en-          CONTRACTORS-H_-Sam   Pav ng Co., of Vancouver. x]l,   Q       dW not think that 11  was  ous  to  ihe  reports  now   ma.-!.   OUI   to
���m u*. larger daw J^'^^h^^ ^ine^c,  raised   mlgb    beJragg,d _^          __ in(.,1|nl,,n,'���.   ���,.. meK:hants ^ close  th,    Ov.   Service   Commlseiouers   in
on to a scow, but   n   ....   ..... wigh  (<) Qlt.nva   n.liltlv..   ,,,   ,,     members     *
pr. .-  hold again   iho   will   drag          T1���. , :    council decided last even   must be made at one. if the work was j wir si                                                  the servic. in each depa   mei
and bring ll  up v.                    .  ahead   ��� th   the Columbia io b�� completed thv summei ��� ^^ moved ^ r.fe|  the mat,jtawa.    promotion win  be based    ���
way.                                                        street I   provements a   a cosl ol $105,-      rhe chairman said the draft ol in mayor with  powei   to act, good  reports as to ability ami  faith-
W   L. Ziegwled. brother of the dead      ,,.,,,���>.   ,,���. contract   to  ih    Has   bylaw had been referred to ;, special ier                  *         ^    ^    )ardjn),   fnlneaa  ���h0Wn   in  ,h(.   discharge    of
engineer,  remains In  the city. i��� the  Ma   Pav.ng company, subject to .      committee consisting of Mayor Keary, <-       ^ ���_...��,',,, leave his wor- dutv     If a  man  shows  special  a
hope of something being done   Notb   provai 0f th,   ratepayers.                        Uderman Henley a.id n'mseif.   it was ;lr      ith a���. onl,_   ,   ct.ni      It was  t.i.i,.  he  will  be placed   first  In  Una
lnp has been heard from \ ictoria with ,    An   lmp0 ..lh:   .,  ������-   ,m  Ooquitlam  decided   to   meei   on   Frldaj   to   aeal 1( ,.'  ;|_   counci]  ,���  ,..              Ti,,.  mo- for  promotion.    This   system  is   not.
v   was presented bj    he oounci b  with this uyiaw and others. _a wj(h r 8emlng       |-worklng   most   satisfactorily   on   sev-
i engineers.     Mayor  Keary   was  absent1 ________���___���__��� ____���
, he parttal o;,,-i,.i���.i
,. ... ...    .     .,������,  fc-relgn  vmst
;,vui; been tayor-
province*    die   hot-
esurrwted  tromde
,. .. ii   shtpplng    engaj
-     where  hu-  I n at-
ira. v -i  a number of new
vessels are '��� ������������������ 'i'uin
-..�� -^^^^^���      ^^^^Will,
reference to an official Investigation
Council    Lets   Contract.
Secretary ot    the Board of    Ti-d>- 'jardln., presided.
Wade   attended   the   meeting   held   at
Already "the ^Uivt-rdal,   last evening to discuss tin
fUst steel Bhlp ever built   _ Hi,- marl
''���   r"li:s     "'   ("'"   If      n,    -l-trlct �� "   ���"   -        ^      ,,
""e i ^^" 'f"-- th.. riistnct McNeeiy street to Fourth
il ruction ai
outh.
and   Mdermani Intake at Lake.   |el.al   ofr  ,h(,   _arge8t   ranwft'yB of   the
The engineei-s,  H-ermon   & BurweU, Town  Infested by Tigers. iUnited  States
and City Engineer Blackman reported     Calcutta, July 5.���Th,   own of Gya,     A complet,. classification of aii the
wiUi reference  to  the  intake at   0>  jn Bengal, and Its sulmr���  are Infest- I. C. R employeers is now beinir pre-
form-iMon of'.board "of trade for Sur-'    The oontrart to the Hassam Paving  quiilain  lak-. ;ed by  tlgera  :llui  ieopand.   whos.  de-  l��ared   for  the  Board  of  Management
rev  and to oreanize s militia compan    companj    was    in    'hive    parts���-foi        in accordance with your resolution  SCPllt (,,,m the hills is ascribed to the as a preliminary  to putting the new
.-���.',      ...,,' ,  ' '    grading   and   paving   the   streel   from  of  Fridny evening  last, requesting  US  BCarclty  of  water. system  into operation.
UcVivU  street to Fourth  Btreet, $53,   to  confer   with  tne  engineers oi   me ', _______ ��� .���
ENGINEER MISTAKES MM    THEFT OE HI. TOOLS
ON TRAtK FOR A DOG  WOHRIES AGED SHOEMAKER
Runs Down Sleeping Englishman���Accident Disclosed by  NecKtie on
Cowcatcher,
.v.,      . \  man  su;,
posed i'i  Lng-
Ishman, was killed  bj
an 0.  It     N    sp.,  a] i::uii   a .out   1
o'clock  ibis n. i-Iiik Tha  man   had
evidently fallen i .- track.
The 'nmi.  -  thought
iii.. ob.eot v ��� . did noi
Blacken speed ,| a necktie snd plea on he front
"i tli, ��� revealed the accident
when the engine reached the round
bouse
Indian   in   Toes   as     Alleged   Thie
Old   Man's   Instruments  of  Craft
���Anicles  Recovered.
*._ LO  _-_>..,   ........  v	
(nil),  with  a   five  years'  guarantee  ol  Vancouver Power company and arriv ���
II    wear. at a d^hniie understanding an to the
For laying two 13 1-2 foot sidewalks, size, kind and location of the water
cement, the sum- distance, and build- pipfr to b- placed through the pro-
ing retaining walls of rabble masonry jiosi-d new dam near the oiulei of the
In cement mortar wherever required Coquitlam lake, also the location and
(31,500, leaving ln position the cemeu. kind of intane chambers to be con-
sidewalks near the corner or l-orne structed for your waterworks system,
sireet, in font of the postoffice, and wfc beg to submit the following outline
. of the Bunk ot Montreal, and making of the proposed arrangement as the
provision  for suitable suspend.-,!  side- result of our meeting:
LOOKS AFTER HEALTH       INDIAN DEPARTMENT
OF BRITISH NATION   INVESTIGATES GRIEVANCES
basements   where   neces-
walks  over ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
sary.
F*or  providing  a System  of sewers.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       drains, gutters, etc., J2O.750, or with
  out)   taking    out    Che    old     wood.n
Whai appears to have  been a thef' 'drains. $18950
ol a partlcula I.   mean character oc-| when Will Work Begin
CTirred   \.-sterday
John   Burns  Gams    Popularity  i
Watch  Dog  of  Public Weal
New  Milk   Laws.
s the
Commissioners  Are Dispatched to the
North to  Look   Into Complaints
Made by Indians.
 ���   the   Merchant
hotel   when an old shoemaker named
Fader   asked   when    the   c_ the presenl  intake and provided.at   th
William Shannon, but a few .vears out
from  Scotland ^^^^^^^
t<>ols representing his mean
hood, and when he came back a ten
"iklernuin    rimer   .im,���i    -.,-,.     ���    a~  ....  _ - -   --
inlnn-vein-nt   would   be   oommenoed.  Qu upper end with an emergeMj
lii-
rOVOIIletll       WUUIU      ���".        W       - ���a^      ���_,      ���        ���
_-_-_-_-_-     ���   ^         vH    was answered that   the  necessary take at the same level as the present
pul   down   Ms   bag   Ol   ��;'h*   ni|i8(   b(i  prepared.    The alder- one  in US-.   with   a   .uitabl.   48-lnch
01             'man  insisted   that  some explicit   dec-
Imoments hue,   thej   were missing.
Thv city police had a busy search
'for the l��st articles, and al  last D.
uu   tecUve Hiadshaw found them with an.
An InvesUgaUon will be held Indian named Peter James  who wiu
tomorroi*   Thi i    ������ ,!���- man's be called ui_n todaj  to explain now
��� ^ -�����������wi '���"��� ^yz^ W":.-tinM'w:. :..
PROH,B,;,ON CAMP ff^rso"%rhe?onUPthe.?reaS
PROVES   SUCCESSFUL   i,, him,
laralion  should  be offered
Nlagara-on-thi  Lake,  Ont.,  Julv  5.��� Dr.   Wise   in  Pans
In the opinion ol Brlgadl.. General Paris, July 5.���Dr. John L \M
Cotton the Ural camp held at Niagara medical director of the I'm'",! Suites
on-the-Lak, with total prohibition of navy was .me ot the Bpeakers at tne
liquor ln the canteens was a .success, lopeping   sess.on   today   ot   the   inwi
V.-si, rdaj
lor thei
���
the  men had I.-It
'lr respectlv,   ii j, Qen.  Cot-
ton was ask. | to nn,. his opinion.
'My personal  opinion   ia   thai   tn-
Hboiiii.m of liquor fi  the canteens
baa worked    for    good,"  he  replied.
11,11 We must remembei Unit ih,. ten
'1 Iiv Of the 1'iesent day v to dl ui>
less, both in social and bu Iness life.
We must abolish, the drink evil byedu-
W . rath, r than legislation, and
Hi. i. mien,.) of today is i,, di ink less.
Ut course, when such a large body ol
""" '"���'��� gathered togethe.  there are
a  v ho come .mi w i-h the intention
��l hai ng wliai th y call
'���       s-Ul  drink
���   ������ i.,-n
national   conference  for  the   revision
of ii,un, nrUiun- ' dfteases and causes of d.-alh.
Suggest Steel  Pipe.
!    '���. A   steel   rlvetted   pipe   48   inches
in diameter, encased in concrete, ex-
tending through tlie sand dam and I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^^^r
up Btream to a i��int near the present. | London. July B--So active has Vancouver, July 5.���Vested with tai-
totake of your wate,- works system, John Burns become as an anti-tuber- |rowers of a cymmlBsioner Sani Stewr
this Pipe to Iw placed below the level  cui0sis   campaigner  and   watchdog of  an of the Indian department, Ottawa.
1 ' ���    -��� ���  '-��--' -���lth6 food and  BUppUee of the Britteh  has been entrusted with the task  ol
public that he has been dubbed tbe Investigating the alleged grievance-,
"minister of health." His new milk __ the Indians of the Balnne and H��
1,111 which is attracting great atten- elton districts. Mr. Stewart, accom-
tioti aims to save the children of the panted A. W, Vowell, superintendent,
ipoor from gvrm-infecteil milk. It p6r-l0f m41an affairs of British ( olumbia.
ml'ts Banltary authorities In uroanheft fo the north on Saturday night-
'areas where the .population exceeds He will proceed direct to Hazelton.
50 000 to establish depots, and pro- where a pow-wow with all the chiefs
vldes that the plants shal: be regular- will be Held. Mr. Stewart will then
]v examined and the homes ol the per- report to the head of the department
sons Supplied  with  the  niilk  visited. Hon. .rank Oliver.	
The  measure  is  regarded  as  drastic	
and   yet   reasonable.     I-   add- a con-| WELL KNOWN HERE.
Biderahle burden to th-. rates, but not j 	
a  greater one  than  is- generally    t*-,The   Funerai   of   Late   Mrs.   Matthew
lieved  to be justified   ��      Take. P|ac, Today.
So  great are  tbe powers  conlerred | TaKe�� ^aCe >
hv the bill that the dairy framera are | Th., funeral of the late Mrs. Alex:
confronted bv a revolution an change Matthew who di.-d on Saturday Will
in their practice They are much con- take place today. The funeral ecu-
earned since a person twice convicted tege will leave the family  residence.
Do not forget Important Meeting
tonigVit of the
New Westminster Liberal Club
Daily News Block.
fNlillERS CAN NOT
AGREE ON QUEBEC BRIDGELad'
Is liable to be inhibited from continuing in the business. The general public views Uie outlook witn deep satisfaction,
SUCCESSFUL  AT   HOME.
PASTOR   AGREES WITH
FREETHINKING   DIVINE
a good time,
ii,, matter what
GREAT   LAKS  WILL   VANISH*
Plans   for   Huge     Structure     Involve
De.ails Which  Puzzle   Even the
Experts.
s   of W.  C.  T.  U.   Raise  Sum   of 	
$16 for the Cause, Chicago.    July    5-���Dr.    Donald  D
The at   hom,   given    >   the ladles' MacLiun'in. pastoi of_ the Second Bap
D| ii, ��� local branch of the SV. <'   T
MATRIMONIAL CANDIDATES
EXAMINED FREE OF CHARGE
I.
i..
ing   ,,
Bl [,
s, a.
successful.     in s;iie ol the rather Inclement   weather  numbers  ol   i' '' '"*���
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_      ;,nil
  turned  out,  and  B  pleasant  ume  WU8
Ottawa,    July  5.   'i i-'   ���"'������� " ������'"���;,' ^feountlng up the receipts at the
noiini ol Un- Quelec Bridge have wt    Oa counting �� ^ ^ ^
in fifteen years ,,,. ��� able to agree as, to whether w. ciose^ ^ $j. ^ li,.n |:.s���a   ���v���,
^Tauly :,    A    gnStt2?S *.M��-^ ^hraVteAeX=enced s, about
report ;ss���,,i by  lhe United   ,,..-,. .and ll has be-,, dec.u��,   i    >    ^ 'll!lir..,asl   ,i���.v  i���  the afternoon   and
 ;"l;l,-'i BUfvey,   the gi>eat  furthei Investigation.    ''".''   m    w.,s o0nt_nu-d  throughoui   the
���' wi" com t. iy disappear bulli to carry a bridge weig -ik ^  ..veiling,    dosing
evapomtlon by  1926,     The|ty-flve  thmstaAjmn  and   "        d    ^f     ,  ,������
was formed a few  years structure   will   w-igu   tu . Arthur "
imp..,     The   siauilc   under   whicl,   th*  <���'""
wn
plans
U   Usi  chiiii li. tendered  his  resignation!
In bono,, of the return oi Mrs ScOUlar ���" the    Chicago    Baptist  Ministerial ,
cHllei-elU'e   in  a   It v. i   read   lodnv   be-
to  this  city    yesterday    proved  Very ^ oonfal^n<SL
lie   based   his   llelion   On   the   enpUl-
��� imi ol Prof. George Burman Foster,
because of bellefis expounded In hs
book, "Th Function of Religion.'
I'l'i resignation came as a shock to ,
'hu ministers,
Spokane   Doctors   Decide  to  Take   No
Fee  From   Those   Submitting  to
Terms of New Law.
Graveley street. Vancouver; at noon,
and will arrive at the Odd Fellows"
cemetery in this city, where Interment will take place at about half-
past two.
The lai, Mrs Matthew was well-
known in this city, having resided
here for some years with her hus-
iband. She was a native of Aberdeen,
Scotland, anj was thirty-two years of
age.
Death was extremely sudden. Mrs.
Matthew had just put her children to
bed on Saturday night when she was;
suddenly taken 111. Sht, became unconscious, and did not recover consciousness before she died. Dentin
was due to cerebral hemorrhage.
 ���'-riiow   from    the Colorado ions.
Into  a  depression   |u   the   Imp. - I    The  statUtl
��� valley, Ib about 40 miles in length mSsalon   wa*  appointed   u
and in places n 15 miles wide.     The bridge Plans  provides  that.
after
^^^^^^     al   about
Music was    provided
Smith and C. Illaniliar,!.
Thi
Visit  to   Lake,
party   which   will   visit
prepare
__    es wide.     The bridge  Plans  provides  tnax,    An any
_ a 275 i-et ibelow sua level and caee where the engineers nni u\'h
' "��� water in places is nearly 100 feet in opinion On any point, the aa,
''"���" " 'of two additional engineer Bhall   be
obtained,      Henry  Holgate, C. B., 01
To  Curb   Smu9glinB. I Montreal, and  Alfred >"��<U'- ?  '     \'
Washington. Julv ..-Plans to pro- glneer of the Pennsylvania Tunnei
TO   INVESTIGATE   APPLICATION
th
take of th.- city waterworks al Coquitlam lake tomorrow Will include,
iii addition to members and officials
of M,,. Westminster dty authorities,
about a dozen visitors from Vancouver, including Acting Mayor Pi-sooU,
Udermen Morton, Crowe uml Kirk-
patrich, Engineers Hermon and Bur-
well, and members (tf their staff, and
wm representatives ol tlu- waterworks dr-
IMirtnH'nt in Vancouver The party
will drive from this city.
will ,
e government more adequately 1 New  York,
1 ih
wiggling
York
hav.
accepted  ���  ^_U
__    _. especially ���.  New I Uon  to form  a oonwltlng ^J^ofnlM
go into effect today.     Hereaf- foundations, and to ����ve ,"     'Kllftic,.
all     packages     that    come   from   whether  the  present  piers are^     bfl
���   -"i     pitcKiiges     tnui    come   irom   wueuier  �������  _����������-.        Bhould
���'eamera will have to be corded and  lent,   whether   the    |1<ln,,,,,���.. 1
BO--.J      ,      r     .. . . _     ... . ,     ...     I...IM   TUT    ItddltlOtiai
sealed b, f.,,-
th�� nlera
they  can  be taken   off
***444+ + + + + + + + +
The Glorloue Fourth. ���
Chicago, July f>.���Statistics
regarding the Fourth of July
casualties and lossvs through-
cut the country Indicate a
much smaller "st than is generally exriected. The figures
procurer, after th��. first day of
Celebration are: Dead, 19;
Injured,   (27;   fir.- loss, $69,200.
In Chloaso one man was
killed and there were scores of
���njuriea  an-l   small   fires.
l�� II.        ��.u���,,n 1       .--- ��� , ,       ,.,,.u
-horlened by building addldonall g��
further out In ihe river or WMOW
the briilK.. should be eree'ed on a new
site. _
Buffalo en Route.
Maeleod'ff'y   - -A       -^oXZ
wlkh about two hundred head of tm
falo on  board,  bound  from W*g
Montana, for the government    a k a
Wainwrlght, Alberta, pa8s,-d thro gn
.here today.      The buffalo  were in
fair  condition,   and   only     thn.
died on the way.
Mor.e Has Nothing to Say-
Montreal. July r,.-F. W.  Moi*
rivvd   here   yesterday   a��*���������  J""
New York  but had no Infornfu���l��
give  out   regarding  h��-   f'1"1"'  m0V*
ments-
Government       Agent     Fletcher
Make   Trip  to   Dewdney
(lovernnient    Agent    Fl.-lch-S 	
visit the, Dewdney district on July 20
to conduct  an  Inquiry  at  the  school- Laughed  Too  Heartily,
house Into  the application of  Harold      Sl.     Thomas,    July     6.���.Mrs
Kenworthy  to dyke Certain lands    at  Kaird,  of    Rldgetown.    was chatting
llaulc  prairie, In order that a tree with friends on th
;expression    of    opinion    may   be  Ob- home last evening
ttain.Hl aa  to the  desliabllity
|,proposed works.     He will l>.
panlod iby
Spokane, July 5,���Th- Spokane
'County Medical Society, by a two-i
thirds vote, has decided that, lm- the
remainder of 1909, ail presenting
themselves for physical examination
for taking out marriage licenses
should be accommodated by members
free  of  charge.
Dr. ,1. (!. Cunningham made the mo-
lion. Arguments were made that the
fee should be made ,.r> to $10. The
consensus of opinion was that the law
is a good one and not framed for the
benefit of the medical profession, bnt
for the good of the general public.
It was  also  urged  that  a high fee
SHAH   OF   PERSIA   IS
BESEIGED   IN   HIS  PALACE
St Petersburg, July 5.���Communication with Teheran was �� verad ve
day and grave fears are entertained
for the safely of the foreign residents. Latest reports received from
the beseiged cltj stated 'hat th-
Shah's palace had been fortified by
Cossacks nnd it was expected that
th- rebels would soon make an attack. The severing of communication leads- to the belief 'hat the rebels
have attacked and taken the city. As
rebels greatly outnumber the Cos
Freeman Hunting.
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.las.  doctors  thought   would  he  unwise
  County   Auditor   Hutler   said    fi-oni
verendah  of her several  Inquiries he had made of ap-
h,.  Oh- home last evening   when, after laugh-  pUdahts fo,- licenses, the average te.'
of  the ing heartily, she fell to the floor, But- charged   by   physicians    or  a  couple
ik-      ,.�����  ���,���  .,,- aocom-  fering from hemorrhage of the brain.-was    $3.      Deputy    Auditor    Bishop
the court    -stenographer, brought on (by laughing.      She ls in placed the average fe,. at from $., to
.... .,,..  ***-     -���      Bnt*.   -polm-pri   thai
sacks defending the Shah, it is feare_
11 ����<.- _-- -�����   --     - that  the palace has fallPn ,nt0 thelr
if persisted In, would eventually work
,tv repeal of the law, and 'his the ***a*
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Yesterday's Baseball. ���
a critical condition.
University of Paris Will
Teach Science ot Aviation
$8 the couple. Both declared that
the average notary public fee was 25
cvnts instead of 50, which Is authorized by law.
Morning.
London Baby Show.
,    London,  July    5.���Hundrds of    ln-
ifants all under eighteen    months of ^
  iage, were exhibited at a baby tete m i#
Henry Dentsch  has , versify ,140,000 to  found _a ��^fe1��-5,& tSSHUL * '*
Vancouv.r
Tacoma  ..
Spokane   .
Seattle  ...
Aberdeen.
Portland .
Afternoon.
Paris. July ^^^^^^^^
given the University of Paris $100,-
000 and an annual subvention of $3,000
for the establishment of an aerotech-
nic. institute to facilitate and systematize teohlncai research with a vie*
jof perfecting apparatus for aerial locomotion,
I    Basil   Zakaroff  has  giv��n  the   uni-
nSffi.'in  the USrtS sdencesVampres of th"e crusade to decr.-as
��_-& iisnatwea'l?-Uy,0^k *_**_.** --fi
In Paris.    He Is connected with uie
Vickers-Maxlm  Company.      Recently
he presented Greece with a mansion
New  Athletic  Director.
he nresentea ureece wm. �� 1    Ann   Arbor,   Mich..  July   5.-PWUP
��_ BSr ot S^UMtlon  ��dJ- ,0.  Barteime. of  Chicago   was   0 a
fm-   tho   use  of  us   ijegaiion   ��--   �����-  u.   oarieim-,  v.   -..���=-.   -���-��� -
mTendS to make a slmiliar donation ],piaced on the rolta of the University #
In -VhRlf of every Qreek legation in l%t Michigan as athWic director, sue- U
Varcouver	
Tacoma	
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Seattl*	
Aberdeen-Portland   game   postponed.
Europe.
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____��� PAGE TWO.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the  people know anything about it. he would not sell  any.      You must  "ell  the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and   some
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us  have got the habit of thinking that  because  we have  been a  long time   in   business  everyone  mus.  of  n cessity   know   all   about   us   and   oui
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns  of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  times.
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WANTED.
WANTED -GIRL      FOR     GENERAL
housework, Enquire 36  Leopold  PL
WANTED���GOOD GENERAL SER
vani, no washing. Apply Mrs. W.
T.  Reid. ."!   Royal avenue.
WANTED���SMART  WAITRESS.  AP-
ply K-iiny's restaurant.
HOUSE  TO   RENT.
Til RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUB-i,
win, bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mi,wait street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���TO RENT A SIX OR
seven room modern house in good
locality; furnished or unfurnished.
Hale Bros. _ Co., L'd., Columbia
street,
MACHINE   WORKS.
.STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
WANTED���BY    YOUNG    MAN    BN-
gaged in night work. Single room.
Must lie quiet. Apply Box 666,
News
WANTED���GIRL    T(l    WORK      AT
the Royal City Laundry.
nil-: SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS, ��� FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7.
Limited,  Front  street,    New   West-1    Gulchon block.      P. O. Box 694.
minster.     .Manufacturers of modern
saw and    shingle    mill  machinery,
Mill   plants  and  specifications   prepared.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real 'Estate  and   Insurance Agents���
City,  farm   and   suuurban  property,
260 Columbia street.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, bu iding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia Street,  New  Westminster.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth  street.
WANTED���WOMAN TO DO WASH-
Ing and general cleaning. Apply 201 Agnes street.
HALF BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL Estate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPH.       AND
Typewriting; copj work, business
letters, etc. Province ollice, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER    OPERA      HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty. manager.
Special attractions provided during
tlie season. Advance ticket ollice,
Ryall's Drug Store.
and Novemb ir, at . p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed nnd elected al any monthly or quarterly meeting, C H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' ball,
Columbia Btreet, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethren
will lie made welcome. I!. I-i. Gilley,
N. C..; C. 1. Osborne, P G, recording secretary
LOST.
LOST���POCKETBOOK ON COLUM-
Ida street, between Eighih street
and Guichon Hotel. Reward on
being left at this offlce.
LOST���WILL THE PARTY WHO
was seen picking up a lady's belt
in the grounds of the Central Public school, kindly return same to
Mrs. C. A. Welsh, 123 Sixth street
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four rubies and four
pearls; one pearl missing. Please
return to Dally News office.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
656,   phone  334.
TEN ACRES, FIVE MILKS .'RO.M
town, one mile from new car line;
six acres cleared; 6-room house,
barn.      Price. $2200;  terms.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���Kor healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
McADAM & IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE-^CHEAP LOTS. 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     O. Hall, East Burnaby.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guarantee-.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIVE-
room cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; balance to suit purchaser. G. Hall,
Kast Burnaby.
FOR SALE���TWO CHEAP LOTS, 33
by  132, South Vancouver;   off  Vic- j
toria road,  D.  L. 725.    Price  $1,5
eaoh;   cash   $70;   balance   $10   per \
month.     Owner, 1822 Comox,  Van-
cow v>er.
ELECTRICAL WORKB.
THE PEARSON  ELECTRIC  CO.,
dealers In electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
PAPER   HANGING  <&.  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
>bla street. Flrt-s-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. B, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge,
NO. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. (J. L.
NO, 1160; L. O. L., No. 1503; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. -.
F. Court Westminster. No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 2'J.
purchaser within forty-live daj
the date of the flrsl publication ol i i_
nolice  upon  you,  and   In  dafa ll!
caveat or certificate of lis penden
|lng filed within such period, oi   i     |
i fault  of   redemption   before   ri
j tlon, you and each of vim will be
lever estopped  and  debarred  fron.
ting up any claim to or in respe,
ithe said  land,    and    I  shall  re
Peter Henderson as owner therool  In
,fee.     And I hereby order that  .
jcation of this notice for thirty da      -,
a dally newspaper published In N. ���
Westminster, will be good and
cleni service thereof,
Dated  at   the  Land  Registry Ofl
iNew Westminster, Province of Hrin >,
Columbia, this :ird day of May   A   u
1009
C. S. KEITH.
District   Registnn
To   Yuk     Chee,     Ch-w     Sing   K ip,
John J. Weir.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stone
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARRI3-
ters and solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
FEED  AND   BREAKING  STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackle and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
li reaklng stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Set-
tiers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYL1NG, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st���
opp, Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO LET���LARGE BEDROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh, No. 701.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria stre_t.
VV. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
ROOMS IN THE PYTHIAN BLOCK
to let In suites of two for light
housekeeping. All    steam-heated
with hot and cold water, gas
range and electric light. Terms
moderate. Apply A. H. Ferguson,
mom 9, second floor.
ARCHITECTS.
W.   D.  GOODFKLLOW,  ARCHITECT',
Room 11.  Dominion  Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
GROCERY.
| FOR THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
cerles, phone 386.     The Pure Food
|    Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   B.   C.   LAND   SUR-
i    iveyor.      ELard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program chnnged Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia St.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
V, LSTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phono
473.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or mill;.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordiallv invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that au application Inis
been made to register F, McCleery as
the owner in fee simple, under a
tax -ale deed from the mayor and
treasurer of the city of New Westminster, to F. McCleery, bearing date the
9th day of January, A. 11., 1904, of all
and -singular thai certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the City <>f New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and desorlbed as Lots 91, 92, 93 and
;94, of Lot 3, Subdivision Block 14.
You and each of you are required
!to contest the claim of the tax purchase, within forty-five days from the
;date of the first publication of this no-
Uice, otherwise I shall register F, >lc-
I Cieery as owner thereof In fee. And
il hereby direct that publication of
'this notice in a daily newspaper for
j thirty days, published at New West-
I minster, will be good and sufficient
I ervice thereof.
Dated at the Land Be ttstry Office,
:New Westminster, Province of British
iColumbia, this 26th day of February,
JA.  D,  1909.
To Joseph E. Gaynor, Joseph E.
Gaynor Estate.
C. S. KEITH.
District   Registrar.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them   and   all   persons   claiming   any
j interest in the said land by virtue of
lany  unregistered  Instrument,  and all
persons claiming any  Interest  in  the
jSaid  land  by  descent,  whose  title Is
not registered under the provisions of
Ithe   "Land   Registry     act,'    shall   be
j forever  estopped  and   debarred   from
'setting up any claim to or In respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
.provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take  notice,    that
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOML
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.
,in the railway  belt in  British Colum
��� hia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the sole head of a family ��1
or any male over IS years of age, to
the  extent   of   one-quarter   section   Of
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by proxy  may,  however,  b_ trade on
I certain conditions by the father,
mother, son, daughter, brother or Bister of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is required to per
form the conditions connected therewith   under   one   ot    the    row-wing
I plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
lUpon and cultivation of the land on
jeach year for three years.
(2) If the father ("or mother, lf tne
j father Is dc-cased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity or
Ithe land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
'such pet-son residing with the lather
jor mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence  upon   farming   land   owned
I by him In the vicinity of his Homestead, the requirements as to residence
!may be satisfle-d by residence upon
,the said land.
i Six months' notice in writing should
I be given to the commissioner of Do-
I minion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of "wenty-on ���
years at an annual rental of $1 per
jacre. Not more than 2560 acres
[shall   he   leased   lo  one  individual  or
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. A. Clark, W.
Pres.;   II.  Schofleld.  secretary
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the Isles Camp
I'.il���Meets on the first and third
Tuesday of every month In K. of P.
hail.     Chief, w. Sumeriand.
SECONDHAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE I
and all kinds of new and second [
hand goods.      A Speck, near Tin in
i    office.
! BOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tUe
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, .May, August
,....     .���.,.    an application I companj
'has been made to register Peter Henderson as the owner in fee simple, un-
| der a tax sale deed from the Reeve
land clerk of Surrey, to The Corpora-
jtion of the Township or District of
| Surrey, bearing date the 31st day of
'December, A. D., 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
lun.1 and premises situate, lying and
I being in the District of New West-
i minster, in the Province of British
|Columbia, more particularly known
land described as Lots 3 and 4, of
'Block I, being part of Lots 7 and 8,
iQroup 2, Map 456; Lot 7 of Block 4,
!being part of Lots 7 and 8. Group 2;
!Lot 9, of Block 4, being part of Lots
7 and S, Group 2.
You and those claiming through or
i under you and all persons claiming
jany interest in the said land by virtue
of any tinregi-tered Instrument, and
.all persons claiming any Interest in
Ithe said land by descant, whose title
|ls not. registered under the provisions
lof the "Land Registry Act," are required to contest the claim of the tax
oyalty at tho rate of
I five cents per ton shall he collected
on ihe merchantable coal mined.
W. W, CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N.B.���Unauthorized publication or
I this advertisement will not be pni i
I for.
LAND  ACT.
Comox Land District.
District of Queen Charlotte Sound.
J Take notice that O. B. Jacobson, ot
Vancouver, occupation sheep rancher,
Intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described land:
Commencing a! a post planted at
the west end of Lewis island, thenc
i northerly, easterly, southerly and wes
terly and northerly, following the
I shore line around tlie Island U> the
|point of commencement, containing
800 acres more or less.
Staked April 8th, 1909.
OLE B. JACOBSON,
SYRIAN LOTHARIO
STARTS RACE RIOT
w-ere outnumbered two to one
j Turks
'nnd were being roughly handled when
a squad of police arrived 'n an automobile and charged the lielligerents,
who sullenly  retreated   lo doorways.
NOT  IN  ACCORDANCE
WITH  CANADIAN   SPIRIT
His  Attention   to   a   Turkish    Matron
Cause  Row  in   Which  Two  Are
Killed.
Springfield, July 5.���The attentions
of a Turk to a Syrian matron precipitated a race riot in Ferry street, In
which Said Burak, leader of the Turkish forces, was killed and mortal injuries were Buffered by Jos. Aii, a
Syrian policeman, Two Turks are in
tho hospital ni the point of death and
a scor,. of participants on IkjUi sides
ar,> nursing contusions and broken
limits. Bight arrests have heen made
imn of 'he prisoners, Jos, Obsey, being held on the charge of murder,
Trouble began without warning, and
in a I winkling more I ban l hree hundred Infuriated men were engaged in
���sanguinary conflict. Policeman All
rashly attempted to quell the riot
single-handed and was felled w-lth a
pleoe of iron pipe. His skull Is fractured and death is B matter of hours.
From second and third Storey windows women maintained a fusillade
of bottles, bricks and coal. Revolvers
were freely used and one woman combatant  was slightly  wounded,     The
STRUCK   BY   LIGHTNING
WHILE WATCHING STORM
Windsor, Ont., July 5.���Roy Murray, Hi,, eight-year-old son ,>. Frank
Murray, employed by the bridge department of the Michigan Central,
was struck and Instantly killed by
lightning during a heavy storm at
Essex late yesterday. With a companion young Murray was outside
watching the approach ot the Btorm.
The first boll of lightning si ruck
him. His friend, within a tew feet,
of him, was unhurt,
Snakes by the Carload.
Brownsville, Tex., July 6.���The
daily average shipments of snakes
from here now aggregate twenty ions,
of Which six tons are rattlers. They
are sold at. $2 to $25 a pound. Within
the last two weeks nearly bill! Ion- of
live reptiles have been shipped to
shows and menageries In the United
States and  England.
London, July 5.���The Manchester
Guardian on Canada and the navy,
'says: "Centralization, whether to
Hike the form of a centralized navj
or of formal Imperial federation, Is
opposed to ihe Canadian spiri, and
opposed to the colonial Spirit gensr-
ally, while ihe attempts to scare
Canada Into the way of centralization
or into cultivating spurious imperialism, may make Canadians doubt
whether Englishmen are noi losing
tholr antique steadfastness and sense
of humor. They are unlikely to deflect to Canada from the policy upon
wnlch she has Bet and the sooner
that fact Is appreciated in England,
the saner will bo our expectations of
practical work from the approaching
conference.''
INMATE OF P00RH0USE
INHERITS LRRGE FORTUNE
Is    Left    One  Hundred  Thousand  Dollars by  Relative in America���
Pays  His  Guardians.
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Cheap Lots
The Lesser Evil.
Paris, July 5.���At a meeting of
hairdressers In Paris yesterday the
head of one, firm opposed a motion for
Sunday closing on the ground thai
if he had a free day he would be expected to go out  wllh his wife.
Dublin, July 5.���At a meeting ot
the Cell,ridge (CO, Klldave) Board of
Guardians, .n letter was read from
Messrs. Brown and M'Cnnn, solicitors,
wiiih reference to a claim for maintenance made against an old man named
James Nolan, who some months ago,
while an Inmate of the workhouse, received a legacy amounting t0 ��20.-
000 on the death of a relative in the
United States. The claim of the
guardians was for ��80, and it was
agreed that. ��66 should be accepted
in full settlement. Nolan, who Is a
native of co. Wexford, Is locally
known  as "The Millionaire."
NEAR TENTH STREET AND FIFTH AVENUE. FULL SIZE
LOT. $375. GOOD TERMS.
SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. NICE LOT $450.
CORNER SEVENTH AVENUE AND SIXTH STREET. $550.
REASONABLE TERMS.
Record Criminal Case
Carlsbad, July 5.���The record criminal case for an Austrian court was
commenced al Prague today behind
closed doors. Forty-six persons are
charged with anti-military conspiracy
and high treason. The charges cover 207 pages.
Giant Mushroom.
Paris, July 5.���A giant mushroom,
which weighs 3 pounds I ounces,
stood 17 1-2 inches high and wan
26 1-2 lnch.-s In circumference, was
discovered yesterday In a garden -,l
Bonneville, In France.
Bear   Invades   Garden.
Paris, July 5,���A panic was created
at th,. gardens of Saint-C.einialii-,ii-
Laye yesterday by the sudden n.|>-
pearance of a hear among the tiower
beds. The animal, whloh had escaped from a menagerie, was captured  wiih some difficulty.
Dominion Trust Co.
 - T. R. PEAR. ON, Mgr. -	
MONEY   TO    LOAN
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GERMAN  DREADNOUGHTS     ,
ARE  POWERFUL  VESSELS
Borlin, July 5.���The dimensions of
the Nassau, Westfalen, Rlieinland and
Poseti, the four new German ha tile
ships of the same class as those
known .ih "Dreadnoughts," now under construction, concerning which
tho strictest secrecy has been maintained, are as follows: Length, 150
feet 7 inches; ibreadlh of beam, 88 ft.
10 In.; draught, 26 ft, . in.; displace
ment, 18.500 tons; Indicated horse-
uowei-, 20,000; speed, 21 1-2 knots;
normal coal capacity,'950 tons; maximum, 2700 tons.
The battleships are fltiod wllh
twelve hollers of the navy yard typ������������
Their armament comprises twelve
eleven-Inch guns, twelve live-Inch
guns, .sixteen three and one-half inch
guns, four machine guns and six torpedo tubes. TUESDAY. JULY 6. 1909.
THL  DAILY   JBW8.
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MODEL IIF BIYHOCK       !
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I Lumber.   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings.,   Sash,   Doon,,
Interior Finish,     1 urned  Work,    Etc.
.������ish and Fruit  Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and  Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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Roy at City Branch, Columbia St.
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Desperate    Hand-tO-Hand    Combat    on
Cornice   of   Skyscraper���Like
Penny   Dreadful.
Travelers' Cheques
Travelers  save   rrc
ri   these
Travelers'     Cheques,     because     they
know exactly   what   the r   fund*   are
worth   in   any   country   each   cheque-
having engraved clearly  on   the   face;
its value  in    Domestic    and   Foreign
moneys
This is the safest, most available,
most convenient and most economical
manner to carry money when traveling. Further particulars upon anoH-
c.Hioii. r K _,    ,
The Royal Bank of Canada
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch.
F. B. Lyle, Manager
Ice  Cream   Is   Fatal.
Toronto. July t -Sixteen hours after *he wns luko.n 111, eight-year-old
Yiol.t Oallen, 86 Btafl treet, died
from Intestinal trouble caused by eating ice oron.ni lasi  night.
Tho grandmother, Mrs   Marj  Cas
well, aged f,ti. of 1-15 Diiftenn street,
wont down ki see the little E,T1 and
wis suddenly taken ill herself and
dli 1 in n few minutes
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
 The0-   p.  Vounrj,   Prop.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THK
Central Meat Market
*"><����� Eights St. too    Fifth Aven_t
PHONE  170.
aoWELI. a OODr. Proenetor-
p 0, Box 474.
Tel. 53.        Rea. 429.
Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Celebrated
PALMER BROS.'
GASOLINE  ENGINES.
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Iron Works
���JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tantt street, g.   k_w W estmlufer
The
Winners
for June
Hnve yon drawn one <*f th< 9e
numhera from a sack of Koj il
Standard Ploui'.'
N<��   York, July  B -   Va a  result ol
a  desperate hand-to���and struggl.   on
tho roof of ;, :,-i,-;,.-> Broadway
building, while hundred!- in the scree,
���,. low looked on. Georgi Clayton, 23
years old ol No 201 East tl. ��� h str. .
was taken io Si VlncentV Hospital
this afternoon with a bullet wound
in his leg The man who fired the
sho; nnd who narrow!;, iiiu-s.-,l being
hurled to 'h.a Btteei was Detective
Toner ol the Central office, who was
trying to arreai Clayton an,l two com-
imi.ions tot attempting io break into
on,, of ihe lofts Of Ihe bulMlng The
de'.-etivei discovered them and Toner
8,1'fciwia.l th.n to the roof. Then
Clayton climbed a ten-foot cornice
which overlooks Broadway nti 1 defied
the   detectives   to   Com*     alter     him.
Toner took the date, ana in a moment, both men wetv straggling on the
cornice. Toner trying to get hit" man
to th, roof, while Clayton was doing
his bo.st to throw ih0 detective oft the
building. Seeing i.hat ho was eottlng
weaker and likely -any minute to lose
his balam-v. Toner drew his revolver
and fired at his assailant The bullet
lodged in Clayton's leg, and he dropped  to lh,- r.-Kif
WINNIPEG ASKS FOR
TWO   AND   A   HALF   MILLION
40,613
47,269
42,072
41,763
70,363
49,379
48 275
61,404
51,347
45,138
Ottawa. July 5 \ deputation from
Winnipeg, composed of U. C. Cam
, -,-, n k D Martin, Charles _, Roland
and 11. i. Ohevrler, waited ui on
Su Will'.i,| Laurier iii his l-esld nv
this afternoon, and ui aed upo i h m
Hi, national value ol a lai'gi Fed. ral
contribution io tne , reposed Selkirk
Centi iinini Exposition ai ^ Innlpeg i.i
1912 The. asked i n a c i ih contn
button of two .iii,i n hall million Hen.
Clifford Sifton lutroduceil the del gn
lion,
Th,, premier, while expressing his
profound,sl s.iii|ia'.|i. "Hli tin
sclicniv Said he was uniilil,. to Com
mil himself to ani definite action un-.
iii u,. had consulted hU ministers,
ami moi,, pari cularly the minister of
tin.--n<.-. Mr  Fielding,
lf   you   have  you  ar.-  entitled
to �� 109 pleoe China dlnnersei
Each inon-h from the duplicates
of ooupons placed '" the lacks
of ltoyai Standard Flour i.-iiv-
Ing our mills We draw ten numbers, u you were Wrtunate
enough to secure ono ��f these
you ar.. entitled to u dinner let.
There have been many -uooess-
ful ones���you may be next.
Royal Standard Flour is Uio
b*st and purest household Hour
in tlie West���made from _���*
finest selected wheat by special
machinery, watched ihrougn
every process, guarded until it
reaches your table. It is par-
tectlon  Itself  in   a  flour.
Ask your dealer for it.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd,
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
WIRELESS  TELEGRAPH
FOR   ARCTIC   Cl"
���' Edmonton, Aha, July 5 An -��
* per'.meni In wireless telegraphy. I*,
which It is proposed to establish t
station ��n ihe reel river, 1.000 mlh*
norl|_ of Edmonton, tbs second wireless Btatlou to be carried into the
Canadian north, and by which, If il
proves successful direct communlcii
tion will be provided between the
! Arctic circle on the east side of the
divide and the, great centres of civilization, will he conducted by O. Nohn.
government   experimentalist   at   the
coast   wireless   b<��Hoii     who   reached
the city on Wednesday,
It will  not ibe necessary  to erect 0
| tower at the station on the Feel. The
apparatus will be placed on the sum
*mlt of one of the high hli is, from
which  the experimentalist   expects  It
'will be easily possible to effect a connection with the station at Ragle.
From Eagle the message will flash to
Valdez, further south on the Alaska
coast and from here they are flashed
station hy station down the Pacific
coast to Vancouver and Seattle.
The Sens* of Direction.
Pirls, July 5a���After numerous experiment,. M. Gaston Bonnier, of the
French Academy of Science, has come
to thw conclusion that a sixth sense
the sense of direction, which Is lacking la man- Ib possessed by almost
all other animals.
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The Daily News  Llock. corner of Mc-   wi|l   '"' solved. That   it   wil!   mean a
great social and commercial upheaval
seems   certain. Bui   whether   the   r-
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E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
Kenzie   and   Victoria   streets.
only   time  can   prove.
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TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1909.
MORE   BUNGLING.
SOCIETY LAUGHS OVER
t-.BAHA_-li.__ MEETING
"GET THE  HABIT"
Toothpicks
SPECIAL TODAY. 3 LARGE BOXES
FOR
The  Fair
646 Columbia Street.
A   FEW   BARGAINS
Two  lots on   Eighth  street between  Third and  Fourth  avenues; $800.00  and $750.00.       Easy  terms.
A   full   sized   lot   on   the coiner of Seventh ave. and Sixth st. for $650.00 cash       This is a beau.iful lot.
A  few   lots on   Fifth   avenue  for $450 each  on  easy  term...
Three lots in the West End for $175 each.    Good location.     This is a  snap.
Properties  for sale  in all  parts of th�� city.      See my list.
All   kinds   of   documents   drawn.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont   Block,  Columbia  street.
PHONE  169.
The letter Of "a citizen- in our issii, Duke  of     Marlborough   is     Driven   by We bu- for cash and sell f,���. thr, 3amt,
of   yesterday   reveals   a   condition   of        r ������.���.. ,��� -,  _      , _,���    _- _.
. , Crowd to Door of His Estranged 	
things In the Educational adminlstra-	
tlon of   the    Provincial    gorarnment \ Wife.
thai are, to say the least, remarka i 	
For some curious and  wonderful  rea  ,    London,  July   5,
son best known to the authorities at .smiling  aboul   an
NOTICE.
Victoria, the usual practice of engag,
ing a properly qualified H'lgh school
teacher to assisi the examiner as su-
pervlsor at th ��� promotion examination al the High .-chool has been varied Vis year by th:- appointment of
four Public school teachers to perform this duty. Quite naturally and
properly   Hi-   l.i-vh   School   teachers
priclous fate
dinner  party
I in K.
and
-London
Incident
i    with
i-iilillon
a-m 1.1 y   IS
which   villi.-  gn at
given   lasi
Friday by the Duchess of Marlborough, formerly Consuelo Vunderbllt,
ol  New York.
While Curzon street was Blled with
a multitude of carriages and automobiles conveying guests to Sunderland
House, her town residence, tne Duke
of Marlborough, from whom she has
hing  been  separated,  was  caught   in
jthe slieiim ns he was on his way in
a taxtcab to dine with Alfred Rothschild.        The   vehicles      were   moved
along at a snail's pace under the guidance of  policemen,    and   in  time���a
with
���  has
regard this action as a serious reflection upon their Integrity and capability. They appear 'o have been
treated in a most unfair and uncivil
fashion by the department. No noti- long time���Uie Duke's taxioab arrived
ficatlon oi any variation In the usual ��������� the entrance to Sunderland House,
���t.ho  magnificent   residence   built
proceedure  was. apparently,  given  to blg w,fe.g mon,.y fmm  wMich ���
the principal of the High .school, and been H.finished.
it was left  for the examiner upon his i    The Duchess'  footman on the walk
arrival to inform him thai neither his .signalled   tho  taxicah  driver  to stop,
_   . . :then quickly swung open the cab door.
services nor those of any of his as- Crouohed in tlu. further corner was
Sistants would bo required, certain tile o.^e, whose vexation at the delay
puibllc school teachers having been [had ibeen turned to fury by the halt
appointed. No explanation was Of- �� the most awkward spot for him in
fered. The proceeding seems to have.*1'1 lan^on-
fc.-en as extravagant in cost as It was! 8e||(.  FamoUs Painting-
impolitic in character. London,   July   5.���An     unconfirmed
Why the Education department .statement, is made, though it is believ-
should have gone out of its way to ?d fn art circles, that the Marquis of
insult Principal Stramberg and his
fellow teachers in this way it is impossible to conceive. Some explanation is certainly due and we hope the
the School  Trustees of this  city will
Notice is hereby given that i.i,-
"Pitt River Lumlber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency the Governor-General in Council
for the approval tit' a certain site tor
the construction of certain booms
and booming grounds in the Pi"
Itiver. in the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister ot Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, andhave
also deposited a Inplicale of each in
the ollice oi the Registrar of Deeds
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to he constructed, in -accordance with the requirements of
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pitl  River Lumber Co., Ltd.
NOTICE.
I wish to notify my customers 'ha'
in order nol to allow the POSl card
business to interfere with my studio
work���my postcards of tin- Minto cup
matches wil] he on sale only at "The
Fair," and 11   Ryall's Drug store
S. J. RITCHIE.
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Lime Juice
ence Street to close Its doors, as the
ibUaSiness is regarded as a nuisance to
the neighborhood. The company is
controlled ,by three clergymen and
was. formely located at Owen Sound. ���
see tx) it that such an explanation is
furnished without delay. This constant bungling, on the part of first
one department and then another,
makes it evident that a radical change
is needed in the character of th,e Provincial government
FEMALE SUFFRAGE.
There are some���old fashioned fogies they would probably be dubbed by
the brilliant young lights of the present age���who ibolieve that if success
should attend the feverish agitation
for political rights among women,
which we see going on around us, It
would mean a serious set .back to the
economical and social progress of the
world. Whether this would be so or
not it is diffileult to determine, if
only because woman as an actual political force and administrator per se
is so far parctically an unknown quantity.
But. the sociologists who are maintaining so strongly that woman, lacking discretion and inability to oon-
trol her feelings, is wholly unfilled
for such a responsibility, would seem
to have soin. warrant for ihelr conclusions in the events that have transplr I
ed in connection with the American
suffragist convention ai Spokane.
Great disorder and physical violence
seem to have prevailed and the convention has resulted In a pitched battle between two opposing factions of
th..   propagandists.
If these proceedings are lo he taken
sis a fair sample of th(a spirit and na-
tin*-., of women endowed with the privilege of exercising the suffrage, then j
il would appear that the assertions
of tli,. sociologists are based on excellent premises,
Lansdown.a. has followed the exampl,
of the Duke of Norfolk in selling a
famous painting. This Is Rembrandt's
"The Mill," painted in 1660. which depicts the sunset rays lighting up a
lonely windmill upon a ruined bastion.
Thg picture has had various owners,
hut has been in the .possession of the
Lansdowne family at their country
seat, Ron wood, for more than a hundred years. They bought it originally for -.00 guineas- Today's rumor
mentions a sum approaching $500,000
as the price It has now fetched. It
is hinted that the recent visit to England of a celebrated are authority, Dr.
Bode, of Berlin, was connected with
the sale.
RECORD   CROP   OF   CITRUS
FROM  NATAL THIS YEAR
+
+
TENDERS.
25c a Bottle
AT
Ryall's Drug Store j
Durban, July 5.���The export of citrus fruits  from Natal  for the season
has  opened auspiciously,    no    fewer
than 18,000 naartjes    composing    the
first  consignment.     The  staff   under
the  government  entomologist  ar,.  in
for what they believe to be a record
season, and are straining every nerve,
not alone to maintain the reputation
of Natal  fruits as to quality, but to
handle a much increased supply. With
this object in  view increased accommodation   has ibeen   provided   for  the
staff  to  work  ln.    Thfe  Minister    of
Agriculture   Is   co-operating  with   Mr.
Fuller, and has declined to act on tie
  representation of  the Natal   Agricultural  Union,    which    expressed    the
Ministers Create  Nuisance.            opinion   that   the    entomologist    had
Brantford, Ont., July 5.���The Board  heen  assisting  long enough  with  the
of   Health   has   ordered   the   factory   fruit  export  business, and  should  re-
of the l'nited Soap company on Clar-   turn to his wider sphere of duty.
Sealed lenders addressed to the undersigned, nnd endorsed "Tender for
Postollice Fittings, Vancouver, B. C" j
will he received at this office until
5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 21,
1909, for the work mentioned,
Plans, specifications and forms of
contract can be Seen and forms ol
tender obtained at this departmenl on
application to Mr. C. Tossell, Clerk of
Works, Vancouver, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, with their occupations and
places of residence.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable 'he .Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of ihe tender, which
will ibe forfeited if the person tendering declines to enter Into a contract
when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
for. If ihe tender be not accepted
the  cheque wlll   be   returned.
The department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, June 30, 1909.
(Newspapers will not be paid for
this advertisement if they insert it
without authority from the department.)
EYES TESTED FREE. ,
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j Summer   Reading j
X    All the latest Books in stock, and a new shipment    ���
X    of the Seaside Library and English 6d Novels    ���
: - :
New   Copyrigh.   Fiction $1.25 and $1.50
Popular   Copyrights,  Cloth-bound 75
Popular Copyrights,  Paper-bound 35c
English  6d.  Novels 20c, 3 for 50c
Seaside   Library 16c, 2 for 25c
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
CHINA
Bric-a-brac of all  kinds���Pickard's Painted China,
Some you tee costs more, but none is any finer;
There is no finer made to please my china trade;
Designs are very fine and the goods are all high-grade.
SOCIALISM    RAMPANT.
There are noi wanting Indications
that the principles of Socialism are
rapidly gaining ground and tlnrt the
socialists are likely to furnish a. World
problem, thai will be the mosl serious
Hie twentieth century has had hi
solve, in Germany, Franc,, and England socialism is a growing force, and I
now we see the erstwhile quiet of
bappy liiile Denmark disturbed by '
ihes,. economical agitators. Many of
ns Imagined thai the Danes were too
prosperous nnd comfortable to allow -
themselves to be forced Into a condition of such Internal dissension as
so,.nis bo have now arisen. But even
in this liny country Hi,, contest between capitalists and socialists ap
pears lo have reached that stage
when the question becomes one of the
survival of the fittest, which in thia
case   means  the  strongest.
Tli_. gage of battle Ims been thrown
down by the socialists, who express
their determination i<> establish a
great co-operative store In Copenhagen
and then to open branches al) over
the provinces. This evidently means
a serious disturbance of commercial
interests, and iho ua/pltallstg and traders, believing that their existence is
al ��iake. are .banding together to
meel  the socialist foe.
The problem involved In tills econ-
SHOES
Specials   For  Today.
LADIES
Oxblood   Russia  Calf  Oxfords,
pair    $3.00
Chocolate   Kid Oxfords,  pair  ....$2.50
White,   Blue  and  Pink   Canvas   Shoes,
regular  $2.50,   for    $1 75
White   Canvas   Oxfords    $1.50
Patent   Leather  Oxfords    $300
MEN'S
Oxblood    Oxfords,    Bluchers $4.50
Velour Calf Oxfords    $4.00
Patent   Leather   Oxfords $4.00
$3.50  Fine   Kid   Blucher   Boots. . .$2.50
TENNIS SHOES
Men's Tennis Shoes  ...85c and $1.50
Ladies'  Tennis   Shoes. ..   75c   to  $1.25
BAREFOOT   SANDALS
Children's   Sandals    $1.00
Misses'  Sandals   $1.50
These are the best barefoot sandals
on the market,   (let your child a pair.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS FOR PICKARD'S HA ND PAINTED CHINA.
ASK  YOUR  GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And see that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JU ST  ARRIVED.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chops,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts,   Hay,
etc., ask us.      We wlll see that   you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO. ltd.
Phone 335.
186 COLUMBIA  STREET.        P. 0. Draws.   100.
Eburne,
FLOUR!
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
...
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B. C.
S___X___1_
IMPERIAL $7.25  per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75   per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR    $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
Who is Mayius
Successor to
s/iyjX~/       L  HAWEIS
Kr*^'       Royal Studio
NEW  WESTMINSTER    B.  C. TUESDAY. JULY 6. 1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE riVE.
THE
Cash Store
T. H. Smith
THE
Cash
ore
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* STORE CLOSES DAILY AT _ P. M.. EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Striking Values in
SUMMER
SUIT
PATTERNS
Regular   $1.25   and   $1.50,   {or,   per   yard,
50c
WE INTEND TO KEEP UP THE INTERESTING OFFERS DURING THIS GREAT JULY SALE,
AND WE HAVE NO DOUBT THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS WILL ENABLE US TO DO SO. WE
HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR STOCK AND THROWN OUT AN ENORMOUS QUANTITY OF
GOODS THAT WE MEAN TO CLEAR RIGHT OUT���NOT TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION THE
COST OF ANYTHING���HENCE THE ENORMOUS CUT IN THESE ELEGANT DRESS FABRICS. ALMOST ALL ARE EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS, ONE SUIT LENGTH ONLY OF EACH, AND
SOME ONLY SKIRT LENGTHS, CHIEFLY IN STRIPES WITH LIGHT AND DARK GROUNDS, NOT
A PIECE SOLD REGULARLY UNDER $1.25, AND THE MAJORITY SELLING AT $1-50. SECURE
A LENGTH AT A THIRD OF THE REGULAR PRICE.      YOUR CHOICE,   PER   YARD    50c
ALEXANDRA   CLOTH,
75c  A  YARD
Black .mi colored    Alexandra suit -
inn. lustrous    mln   finish,  in  fashion
abl, aha. ���     16 Inches wide.   Regular
i        .vi $1 .     per yard 75c
ASTONISHING   VALUES
IN  SILKS,
25c A YARD
Odds ind vids Iii sUks that must
no thi- nn,,. loulscenne8, taffetas, etc
Regulai values to 90c. An extensive
gathering of i-olors at, per yard  ..25c
BLACK POI  DE  SOIE.
75c   YARD
On, i.i,.-. ,,ni>, black i*'i de eole
excellent quality, tlie well known
Bonnet a make, guaranteed not to cut.
Regular 111;:, for, per yard 75c
Aboul 250 yards of light and dark
summer weight dress goods in mix-
tnris un.,1 strides, 38 to fl inches
wide, per yard 15c
TURKISH  TOWELS
i'..'in, dozen brown Turkish Tow-
els, good size, sp.-cia.lly purchased for
"his sale, the hn must be cleared at,
per pair 35c
REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS
In Directolre satins and soft finished silk In idi the newest shadings;
nice, soft finish, reliable quality. Regular 75c value for, per yard   50c
MUSLINS,
7   1 2c  A  YARD.
The low water mark has ,l>een
reached in summer muslins, 15 pieces
placed on sal_ today; dainty designs
and polka dots, various colorings.
special, p.-r yard 7',.2c
Special buy of iin.- white Lawn
Handkerchiefs, plain mui hemstitched,
ladies' six. only.    A .snap. ...6 for 25c
Aboul 2<m> white embroidered Waah
Belts, some are slightly soiled, others
quite perfect. Regular 25c Belts, on
sale this week 2 for 25c
Clearing out ef all better quality
Muslins, Dress Lengths, and Short
Knds, all colors. Regular 35c, 40c,
50c and 7.". for, per yard 15c
BLACK  SILK AND        ,
NET WAISTS. $175.
Black silk and net waists; a splendid collection of black silk and ne'
waists; bin ton and lace trimmed. Regular values to $8.50, lor I1-76
BLACK DRESS GOODS
35c A YARD
in chevron and pin ..tripes, all black
wool  I,Hie-as -and  mohairs,   |n and   14
innhes wide.      !>,���,- vard 35c
CREAM   DRESS GOODS,
35c  PER  YARD
Lustres, serges and nuns cloths
among this attractive offering, the
linie to lay In a stock for the children.
Regular BOo,     Per yui'd   35c
70-INCH TABLE  DAMASK,
35c PER YARD
Unbleached table damask, a splendid cloth for kitchen use. Regular
75c  clearing at, per yard 35c
A bargain hi ladies' Tab Dresses;
just the thing for tlie camp or seaside in a variety Ot colors, and almost
all sizes.     Special $2 50
Special value in dark prints, apol
on neat design, chiefly in navy and
white, per >':ir�� 10c
T. H. SMITH
��� ing for iu   g rd n at Tidys      .j-��*S*   ".-
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ol  ' li iila i lodge
a   pii nic  to  English   I'n,
,.-;.- Bund v.   van
������   '  use "i
. ��� park  tv
i
picnic  tomorrow
��� trei        inted ,,;   Kenny's
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For reliable goods at reasonable prices see the
The Big Furniture Store
VV. E.  FALES
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176.
d   nam, A R , u
13   I vi,        ;, ,��� |.
f Cl 9 of th    B -., IV
was ,ii"--,|    yi da     612-618   AGNES    STREET.    OPPOSITE   LIBRARY
8'  : ��� ,	
cui   Bowers and any   buy   your   groceries   at
��������� ,i one Dai ���������
1 . ���    R20S ������
Bun
will - ani..-,   park on  Wi i
'''  ,|,; '  ' ''     Sa itx : on  n    f.       o.     ���   ���    , ���.   ���
Ba   I -   picnic       '" s,;"rl'. - *>*&��� for 15c Choice Seeded Raisins. 16 oz. pkgs
Adams & Deans
It will pay you to let us fill your orders.
.10c
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daj for Stanlej
New Potatoes, l lbs. for 25c Rhubarb, 3 lbs. for ioc
E   Klllu    '   '"'     :   resldenl   ol   ih- Carnation Dream   2 tin. f,,r          1_C
Royal  ir ,, ;   :  i,   ,,     Premium Flour, per sack $1.90 '"'  "  ",ls lnr   15c
Mendi   into.                lay.     Mr. King (This is a good bread flour.)          Tetley's Tea, 3 lb   tins fo,-            $100
i   ai pn  eni co ,i with the staff
Ol  the Canad an   Pai lflc telegT. For a No.  1 Ceylon Tea we recommend   Braid's   Best   at   50c.       Ask  for
vi.-. in Vancouver a sample.
Jusi   arrived,  a   cai load of    Romn j
Hood Flour.    Full assortment of sizes
24,  19, 98, now in Block.     bale Bios.
Ac Co., Lid. ���*�� |
The Sapperton Methodist church
will hold Its annual Sundaj ... .
picnic tomorrow to Stanley park, Vancouver. The merrymakers wlll leave
On a special car starting a ������ nil-
o'clock from Hospital Btreet, Sapperton.
Among the Knights of Pychias
from this city attending th(. eel -bra-
lions of the order In Seattle this week '.
are T. Hembrough, F. P. Maxwell, S.!
Wooster, .1. McClughan, .1. Bone, c.
Morrison, F. Morris<jn, D. Walker, and
,1. H. Tedford.
That    Light,    delicious,    wnolesome |
bread  you. so much  enjoyed  at  your
frlend.a  house  was  made  with  Robin i
Hood Flour.. ������
The Epworth L-ague of the Queen's
Avenue Methodist, church will hold an
at home in th.. Sunday school room
of the church on Thursday afternoon
and -evening of the present week. A
collection will be taken in the course
of the affair, the proceeds to be devoted to the mission ship Udal.
I The North Vancouver district council has applied to the water commissioner for records on Seymour river.
6-0 cubic feet, Capilano river, 68 feet,
Mackay creek, two, and Sisters creek,
one foot, for the waterworks system
of the municipality, the present population of which is about 2000.
Todd's great clearance sale of
pianos will shortly close. Jump iu
now and secure a bargain. **
Yesterday Assistant Manager Glover of tli. B. C. E. R Company, accompanied by T. Blundell-Brown, a l_>n-
don director, and A M'-tchell-innes,
who * is connected with the local
board of management, left for a complete inspection of the tram route
from this city to Chilliwack.
Shoe repairing done neatly and
quickly at A. Matheson.'s CtUi Colum-
bla street, by J. Ashman.
John F. Davison, better known as
.lack Davison, the popular young
goal keeper ot the Westinlnst-r Rovers, leaves ou Thursday for Seattle,
where h-s parents reside. He Will
r.-inains In the Sound city for aliout a
y.-ar, according to present arrange-
ments,
Mrs. C. S. Keith entertained a number of ladies at her residence on
Royal avenue yesterday afternoon,
the guest of honor being Mrs. George
II. Hail of Victoria. The function
was given an atmosphere suitable to
the American national holiday. The
ta bias were decorated in red, white
and blue, and British and American
Hags were In evidence. Mrs. Hall
leaves today for her homo In Victoria.
ADAMS & DEANS,ii!]2S^and Crocker.Vware
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA  STREET.
TEAM WILL BE .THONG
F0K SATURDAY'S GAME
The   Home     Will   Lack    Bryson.   But
Wintemu��e Will Be Back on the
Home Again.
New Westminster will, according to
present Indications, go up against
Vancouver, this coming Saturday,
with a reasonably strong team. It
looks as if the twelve that will line
up at Queen's pi.rk next Saturday
would be a more efficient hunch than
that which faced Vancouv.-, last
week and, inasmuch as last weeks
game resulted in a win for the Salmon
Bellies, there seems no reason why
th^, coming game should be a break
In the locals' caiv*r of conquest.
The home will Ibe the weak part of
the team. The defence will be Intact, but thv? home will continue to be
without Bryson.
It had >been hoped that he might
be able to be out for this coming
game, but there now appears to be
no prospect of this. It is his knee
that is keeping the inside homa man
out of the game. Bryson got a bad
cut across the cap in the first Tecum-
seb game, and his .efforts in the second made It considerably worse. He
is now able to be up, bin Is still quite
lame ami suffering considerable pain.
FVeney is still boiling out at Harrison Hot Springs, and his name Will
not he considered In making lineups
for some time to come.
T'he home will be runner strengthened on Saturday iby the presence of
Wintemute, who did not play in the
last game with Vancouver. On Dominion Day Wintemute had not sufficiently recovered from the effects of
the last Tecumseh match to be able
to play. He ls, however, all right
again now, and will ibe right there
with the goods. His reappearance
will mean a good deal to the home.
The team will then probably be
composed as follows: Gray. Gal-
braith, T. Gifford, J. Gifford, T. Rennie, G. Rennle, W. Turnbull, C. Spring,
Wintemute, A. Turnbull, L, Turnbull,
G. Spring.
NOTICE TO  HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to ibe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
! office up to the first dav of November,
11909. W. A. DUNCAN.
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
$50 Reward
The above reward will be paid by
James L'nn for the recovery of the
body of his son, John Linn, who was
dr ��ned near the mouth of Pitt riv��r
oi. June 26th, by falling from the
launch Alice   A.
JAMES LINN.
GRAVE   INSUBORDINATION
IN   NIAGARA   MILITARY  CAMP
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfect sati-.
factlon in cooking and baking, Is economical in the use of fuel, that is cool
to work over in the bote weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
If you wish to be satisfied iu these respect., you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you have inspected It. The prices also ot these ranges are
much lower than those of other makes. Call In and Inspect our
stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Toronto. July
-Private Anderson,
Iof the Royal Canadian regiment, who
was arrested on Thursday night ai
Niagara camp on a charge of assault.
ing Col. u�� imi,- of the Twelfth Field
Ambulance, Hamilton, escaped from
custody on Friday night,
After he was arrested it was learned
'hat a plot was on tool to rescue him
and lhe guard wus doubled. How-
ver. when l.he prisoner was teing
aken lo the lavatory a number of men
lumped out of an ambush and throw
ing blankets over the guard, rescued
Anderson.
He was given a suit of civilian
clothes and .26 and was taken across
the river to Youngstown. N. Y.
CARD   OF THANKS.
Mrs. R. Bowell and family desire to
thank their friends tor their kindness
and sympathy during their late bereavement.
FUNERAL  NOTICE.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Alexander Matthew will take place from
the family residence, 1656 Graveley
street. Vancouvei-, to lh,, Odd Fellows' cemetery, this city, today. The
cortege will leave the house at noon.
Westminster friends are requested to
nvevt the hearse at the cemetery at
2:110 o'clock.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer in ��rts past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legi.imate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
instance:
New Westminster. .Tune 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd.. New Westminster, b. c.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell." for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 in
full  payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgdt.     ,1. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for   particulars.
ALPRtD    W.   McLEODI
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE 62
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TnE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY, JULY 6,  1909.
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SMUGGLERS TAKE LOGS
ACROSS BOUNDARY LINE
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE  LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric   Chilliwack   Line  and   V.  V.   and   E.  Cloverdale to  Sumas  Railway.
Immense    Consignment  is  Seized     by
U. S. Secret Service Agents and
Returned  to  Canada.
Rainy River, juiy :,. An Immense
drive of sawlogs, said to number about
fifteen thousand, which had been
vn Illicitly on 'he Canadian sid.- and
'i i' ��� i into American waters nea*-
n, vnii tte, wen- seize I on Saturday
nigh! v. Secret S-rvlcu Agenl Poulkes
on  behalf <u' the Washington Govern
I ment.    The   logs   will   likely
and  the  United  Stai
towed down  Rain.
They    were
River  hy th,
Sealed tend.-is address,.,| to the undersigned and endorsed "Tenders for
Post Office ami Custom-, Fl'tings ut
Ladysmith, Ll. C-, Public Building,'
will be received until 4:30 p.m, on
Monday, June 21, lil09, for the work
mentioned. Tenders will not be considered unless made upon and In accordance with the conditions contained in forms furnished iby Department.
Plans and specifications may be
fern on application to Mr, Robert
Bell, Caretaker, Public Building. Ladysmith, B. C, and at th,- Department
of Public Works, Ottawa,
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary,
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,  May 27,  1909.
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THE FRASER
VALLEY
^TARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
Pretty Parasols
A FEW   MORE  OF  THE
15c
SIZE JUST ARRIVED.
AT
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND  ILLUS
TRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
JL 1  WyjflTU
-/brusbfuL
-Put there   by Ihe
maker s��� found
there    In    the    service
���   these   M-L  Pure  Paints
alone can i_lve.
j  It is no hard thing to
I make a paint that
looks good in the can
���or sounds good in
the   advertising ��� and
1 YOU couldn't tell the
difference beforehand.
But it is not so easy to
put together the purest
materials in the most
expert way    and then
: to add one special
ingredient    greatly
1 lengthen the paint's life
���and that's what you
' get when you buy
M| PURE
��� JL PAINT
Forty    colors,   for   every
Fainting purpose, made by
mperial Varnish & Color
Co., Limited, of Toronto.
Anderson!. Lusby
Agents for
New Westminster
and District.
CHICAGO BUSINESS MEN
UNITE TO CHECK CRIME
Organize   Vigilance   Committee   to  do
Work That  Police  Negligence
Leaves   Undone.
Chieftain, which tool, them to ihe
boundary, win v.. a tug from Beau-
.love mei tbem and took them over
to the American side, win re Hn- suspicions of tho American officials were
aroused by ihe actions of the shippers, with th,. result that the entire
drive was seized, together with the
Ins which had them in tow. I.mil...
is the man who was arrested by the
Canadian police at Emerson some
Um,. ami on a charge of kidnapping a
Canadian citizen and carrying him
;across th,- line, to stand trial for
[smuggling.
j lower Intake ever being used, but in
cas,. of an accident to the dam or an
'extreme low water level In the lake,
'caused by unexpected conditions, It
can b>- utilized and will give an abundant supply oi water to your system.
Advise  Acceptance
"We are of opinion that ilie g neral
'scheme as outlined above, will give
'a satisfactory intake and headworks
to your water system and would advise that the Vancouver Powej Company he allowed to proceed with the
work of ibe Intake providing that the
the detail drawings to he supplied,
meei   with   approval."
Resolution    Passed.
|    Alter a brief discussion  the   following resolution  was   adopted    on tie
million of Aid. Adams: That lhe reports of ih.- engineers should be
adopted, ami ihe Vancouver Powei
Company  be asked    to   furnish  final
detail  drawings  of   same for approval,
Board  of Works.
Among   other matters   Superintendent of \\'<ii ks Furness reported  ree
ommeuding tii at the application of a.
W.   Jolly,   asking    to   have   111-     Btreel
opened   lo   traffic   through   th"  Bouth
hall' oi loi Hi. SUb, block 3, be grant-
ed to cost $200, and that ih,- requ Sl
of K. Curnew for a si,h walk on Sei
���niI. avenue should be -���anted, sun
ject to certain conditions, at a eosi
of $i:ui; clearing, $100. Th, report
was adopted.
Work   on   Tipperary.
I'nder  Inquiries   Aid   Fader   asked
when 'he board of works would gel
lo Tipperary, Alderman Henlej said
thay had enough work to employ
three Hani's of men opining streets
and other Improvements in his de-
partment and promised to reach Tipperary  shorl ly.      Th,. men had   been
Chicago, ill., .inly ',.���Organization
of a vigilance committee of iblg busi-
!ness men such as has mn been seen
���in the middle west since the bloody
days of a. generation ago was begun
in Chicago yesterday to quell the
present reign of anarchy. The seriousness of the present situation, resulting /rom the fiasco of the .jiolice
i bomb "investigation" listing for mor,.
than two years, was indicated toy the
fact that this committee is to have
the active support of John R Thompson, one of the most powerful Republican   politicians  in  the  city-
This committee is to be formed for
Ithe sole purpose of raising a fund Of
J at least $111,0011, to he used in securing
1 Information  oi  and  th,-  conviction  of
the  authors   of  the   bomb    outrages.
Moreover, iht. committee will guarantee to conceal the identity of any informant    is    his    identity    becomes
known.
While tb.-se preparations were being
made today, entirely ignoring the polio,-, evidence which will result in the
arrest of former Constable Thomas
Courtney was discovered by the police
With the assistance of State's Attorney John E. W. Weynian. Th. evi
denee already worked up against the
former constable appeared sufficiently strong to
arrest.
engaged at  Albert crescent  an |
ing ai Moody square,
Miscellaneous.
The  board of works   will   reporl 011
a complaint from Qllh > BroLhi
they  cannot   afford   storage   re       \.lV
the crushed rock used by the cit
the .bunkers.
The city  will  not   opp,is.,  an  ������
cation   Ol   th,-   Qu--ens,iioiL,   Shi:
(Crane, Bros.)  10 build a whan ,
_,  Lulu inland.     The  market   ���
li. E. Mackenzie, reported that th
ceipts  for  -May  were  $216.31,
Tb..    Westminster Trusi    Com] ,
and   i".  .1    Trapp  A  Co.   are   pr.
tn   pay   Iheir   share   of     ceineni
walks on Lome street adjoining
business premlsee,
Princess street will be op. n. 1 I
Fifth to Sixth streets.
Th,. city engineer has be, q bui
iz. d to give h-vi-is and elevation
ih,. first Btreet Sewer       1 end,
invited   tm- a  carload of si\ i...
for  water  mains.
'I'h,. finance committee was nv
i/.ed 10 place Insurance on ne'
ih,. cltj hah valued ai $;iono.
ACID OF LONDON FOGS
EATS STONES OF Al
London, .Inly  "> Sir  William  ).
nionii stah ,1 yesterday at  tb,
meeting  of   the Ooal   Smoke   Al
in.mi   Societ-,   of   London   'hai   \\ ���
minster Abbey bus eufli red more fi
rapid decay  during  Lhe  la .  hund
years than in nli the previous y.
Of iis history.    BO serious is this 1
te,- becoming that  the Abbey iiu'l,
ies hav,. approached tin- socl-, tj  ���
furnished  a  repon   showing   thai
pairs   executed   only   fourteen   >>-.   -
'ago are  now  in  a  had  state as a ������
Isuit   of   various   idcids  contained   '-i
M-ondon  smoke.  The society  consiv
I that   it  is  now  time to  take  pracln
'stops f,,r abating th,  smoke nuisan,
Hundred Thousand Dollars
To Be Spent on Paving
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Northern   Crown  Bank j
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG I
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c.
J. M. COMPTOM, Manager
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers A. Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
; Telephone 13. Office, Eighth St.
gfibt CANADIAN PACIFIC
^jjjJF B.C. Coasl SS. Sailings
FROM VANCOUVER.
To Seattle���Daily at 11 p.m. direct
and 10 a.m. via Victoria.
To Victoria���Daily at   lo  a.m.  and
|1 p.m.
To Alaska���Every Saturday at 11
jp.m.
To Prince Rupert���Every Saturday
int   11   p.m,
To Queen Charlotte Island���Second
'and Kith of each month.
To Nanaimo, Union, Comox���Tuesday and Thu-Sda. ai . p.m.; Saturday
at is p.m.
i    To Nanaimo   Dally at .  p.m.
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FROM   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Upper  Fraser river  to    Chilliwack
land way points -Steamer Beaver
leaves Westminster at .s a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; return-
ling leaves Chilliwack at 7 a.m. on
Tuesday.   Thursday   and   Saturday.
Eor further particulars call or address
warrant   an   Immediate
JUSTICE MOVES QUICKLY
IN THE OLD COUNTRY
Murderer of  Sir W.  H.  Curzon-Wyllie
Is Already Sentenced to Death���
Deed   Premeditated.
London, July 5.���A verdict of wilful murder has heen rendered in the
case of Lieut.-Col. Sir William Hint
X'urzon Wyllie, aide to Lord Morley,
jind-un secretary, who was shot by
|Dliiii-gri, an Indian student, on the
j night of July 1 al the conclusion of a
bpublic gathering at the Imperial in-
istitute, London.
That tlie student had contemplated
-an attempt at assassination for soin-
I time was indicated by records found
I in his room showing that be had
practiced steadily with a pistol since
last January. The notebook gave
I the results of his shots tit varying dis-
j tances.
WINNIPEG   BARBERS
MUST  BE   HYGIENIC
Winnipeg, July .",.���Th,, provincial
board of health has drafted a schedule of laws for Hi,, guidance oi barbers
in iheir trade, and iur ih,. protection
, f the public again.-!   Infection  while
1.1   l,ur ers'  , h.ti.s.
Tlies... stringent rules cone- Into effect at once. lu future barbers must
iw.ar while uniforms, musl wash and
disinfect their hands after every customer, must disinfect all tools, razors,
strops, tow. Is and . quipment, and
must do away with cake soap in fa-
jvor of powder Immediately,
BURIED  UP  TO  NECK
IN   LIQUID  ASPHALT
headgate and nicks which can be operated at low water. The lower end
of the pipe to be provided wi-n the
necessary connections lor uie presenl
and   future   water  mains-
Conduit  Up   Lake.
"". A reinforced concrete   mondu-t'
i_6 inches liis.d,.. diameter, extending
from the 4--'iicti pipe across the be.l
of Coquitlam river, supported 0,1 a
rock-tilled crib, and 'hciiCe along the
easterly ban- of Coquitlam river aud
jlake, following along the same level
as the top of the present dam tcl.-va-
tion-44.  feet above sea level 1   to the I
|intake   gate  chamber,   situated   about i
half a mile from the present dam.
'Tlie conduit to ibe suitably anchored where necessary and to ba
constructed with a sufficient stability
'to withstand all stress to which it
may be subjected.
"3. A concrete intake gate Cham,
ber, to he located at bedrock at a
point about half a mil.- from the present dam, on a site to be agreed upon,
'l'he gate chamber to be provided with
four openings, with suitable sluicegates placed at different levels, the
bottom one placed at the level of the
top of the .present dam (elevation 442
feet and the top on,- placed about ten
feet below the high-water level created by the new dam.
Supply  Over Thousand   Inches.
"The intake  to  be provided  with  a
suitable bridge  to afford  access from
the shore.
"The accompanying preliminary
plans show in a general way the proposal.
"The   finished  detail   drawings   will
.be furnl-h. _ at. a later date by the
company's engineers and submitted
for final  acceptance.
"For your Information we will state
that the ,proi__ed 36-inch inside diameter,   as   described,   at    low water !
I stage, will give a. fre,, discharge into
.the larger pipe through the dam
(when the lake level is down to a
point five feet above the centre of the
'lowest intake in ..the proposed gate
chamber) at the rate of 15,800,000 imperial gallons per day, which is equivalent to 1047 miners inches.
Emergency Intake.
"Should the level of Ooqul'lam lake
ever he drawn down to a polnl below
the lowest intake in the said gate
chamber, then the cmergviicy intake
n.-ar   the   1I11111   can    be   opened  and
lined until th,. water drops down 10
the level of ___e present intake, which
Is   six   inches   below   the   floor  of   the
Coquitlam tunnel a'   iis easterly portal.
"There  is   little   probaMMty   uf  Ibis
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
A  WESTERN  BANK  FOR  WESTERN   PEOPLE.
Deposits are  received in the  Savings Department  at all branches, and
can be withdrawn by cheque without  unnecessary formality  or  delay.
Manager,   N.  H.   MACDONALD,   New   Westminster.
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FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modernSim-
provements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
PACiric
Meat Market
Phone 192 M.MENF.MY & -MI..K.IIN
Columbia St.
Or
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from .12./.
lip.
Silver Watches, gents' open fact
���6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Turn, dear*  from  Ceo. Attains, Grocer
ED. GOULET, Agvut,
New Westminster.
C. B.  Foster,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. O.
Carbide   Buoy  Explodes.
Yarmouth, N.S., July 5.���A serious
j accident happen**.) on the Govern-
'ment steamer Lady Laurier at Pub-
nico. Whii,. the crew were engaged
in emptying a carbide buoy, it exploded and four men were burned In
the lace, two of them seriously. Word
was sent to the Halifax office of the
Marine and Fisheries Department and
instructions forwarded to have ihe
men well cared for.
The   mv��n   most   severely     injured
were Harry' Smith and Charles White.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
I��s Angeles, July 6.���Burled almost up to his nose in liquid asphalt
Salvador Talamantvs, a laborer, was
found early this morning almost suffocated. It required four men to get
him out. Talamantes fell into the barrel while crossing a railroi' l trestle.
Trying to extricate himself he
plunged .both arms into the asphalt
and sank deeper. He was found iby
Deputy Constable Miklaushutz, who
wrenched his baoK trying to sav�� tJie
man. He called three policemen, and
with the combined aid ol the four men
the Mexican was finally extricated.
Quire  a  Romantic  Ides.
Detroit, July 5.���Michael Muntz,
aged 81, a pioneer resident of Niles,
made a probably successful attempt
at suicide tonight. Seated on IiIr wife's
grave, Muntz deliberately opened the
arteries ln his left wrl.st, and when
found by his son. was dying. He
had brooded much over the death
Of his wife and for several nights bad
slept on her grave In the lonely little
Silicr Puok cemetery.
P. Burns & Co., Ltd.
announce that they have taken over the
business of
THE REICHENBACH COMPANY.'LTD.
on Columbia Street, and solicit the continued patronage of all customers.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVE8, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101. TUESDAY, JULY 6,
1909.
THE   DAIL
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vn   hour, commencing at 8:30
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Sunday  service half-hourly 1,"
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
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ROYAL   ROMANCE   HAS
HAPPY   CONCLUSION
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Mrs,  (Capt.)   aeld   Chilliwack,
I    W,   Hear-,-   and   wife,   Maiiiti, .a.
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WE   ARE    READY   TO    SHOW
you how it is cheaper to buy our
high-class building material.,
than it is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings bul't with our materials that never need repairs.
We 'in point to some others
thai need repairs all the time.
Um tb,-, were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapni ie lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
[Form No. ,��.j
LAND ACT.
For information as to contracts, consult the advertising man.    A 'phone call will  brin^ him to your
place of business.
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Bark Wanted
One Thousand Cords Hemlock
Bark, cured for tanning purposes.
APPLY AT ONCE.
Fraser  River   Tannery,   Ltd.
'���I II ' ; lull .",. 'l'he I'm,an,
Iriage ,,i Prince Eliza.' -, 0I Ha
. - granddaughti r of the Prince
Itegi n'. has bad a happy Bequel Six
teen years ago -h,- princess, a Roman
C .'in,lie. chose to many a lv,:, tani
Lieutenant Baron Siegfried Aul But-
'��� "v iiii.     si,,, ua.  banlshe l, and  ;t
was   old. red   Ilia;    ),��� ,-   -US, and   would
il ni <-ase lie Bhould return
,,  l'..-.varia.
The pah- went to Vienna, where the
prlnci - pleaded win, her grandfather, Emperor Francis Joseph, who
Una I; aiiow.-d her husband to enter
il,- Austrian service and gave the
prim - a residence and an allowance.      After    th,-   baron    had   been
promoted   '<���   the   rank   of  captain,   he
was  transferred   to the reserves,  and
the  couple  lived   quietly in th,.  prov-
nces  with their children.     The Princess dropped her royal title and was
[known   as  Baroness  Auf  Uuttenheim.
They  often  wer,.   visited  by  the  Aus-,
trian  emperor,    who    eventually Sue-1
' needed   in   inducing   Archduchess  Uu-
j sela.   Princess  Elizabeth's   mother,   to!
i pardon her.     At. Uie same time he in- I
j tervened with the prince regent, who !
i has   n<>w  softened   his heart  and   in
i vited the banished couple to visit the
Bavarian  court  with  their children.
FIRE  COMPLETES  RUIN
OF   STRICKEN   MESSINA
Rome, July .",. Following sevi ral
earthquake  shocks, fn    broke oui   In
the ruins nl M.-s. ns today and is
raging unchecked, tn<; people who
have ���*-. n living there bavin- 11. ,| to
places  of   safety.
It is reported here that the flre Is
spreading rapidly over the ruins and
consuming temporary structures erected by survivors of the greai tremor
whicl, razed the c'tj a few months
ago.
[Form  No.  '.).]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice. Form of NoUce.
District  of  Ooasi   Kan-., (ine. District ef Ooast   Kam.. One
Take notice that 0. li. Anderson, ol Take notice that .lames  Watson, ot
Vancouver, Ii. C, occupation, Jeweler Vane,,mer.  li. c, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply    for    permission to Intends to apply for permission to pur.
purcha.ai"    the    following     described chase ti,,.- following described lands:
! ands: Commencing at a post  planted on
Commencing at a  post planted in a ithe   northeast   shore   of     Owl   island,
small bay on north shore of Berr,  is- Dated  June Oth,  UK)'.,.      Applying for
land,  dated   June  ith.   1909.      Apply- the whole island, containing 160 acres
ing  for  the   whole  island,  containing j more or l*ss.
10H acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 4th, l'J09.
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JAMES  WA'l-O.-.,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June  .sh, 1909.
Life  Saved  by  Swan.
Vienna,  Julv  5- ��� A little  boy
[Form  No.  I*.J
LAND ACT.
who
Form of Notice.
District <.  Coast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Ii.    C, occupation, lady,
tell into a lake at Budapest  manag.-d  Vancouver,,    II.    C. occupation.
to seize a swan,  whicl,   brought  him i1"1611'1* ,0 **& f<jr _���"_Mlon _   Pur
to shallow  water.
WOMAN  MASQUERADED
IN   MAN'S CLOTHING
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Mitre 'Phone 18..     nam 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
-agem,)   delivered   promptly   to
any part nt t���_ city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
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The Question
" '���  ���   to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
TOtlng ymi io the stow where
���  mm.  th,.  largest  stock  of new
.-\ Becond-hand goods of all kinds in
t,,... ii
I have a Bplendld Cream Separator
' nearly new.
and s,.,- how much moro you
'    "'   '"i-  your    mon,.y   here  titan
' bere.
''ring of guns, umbrellas, tvpe-
'"'I   light  automatic  macliln-
"nd bicycles a specialty.
Ale*. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
i *t.     "Man on the Wheel.-'
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont
MAKE YOUR  APPEAL to the public
���'<i"jgh the columns of THE DAILY
The Morning Paper,
NEWS.
FAMOUS  ENGLISH  ACTOR
MAY  VISIT  AMERICA
London, July 6.���-Sir Herbert Tree.
newly-made knight, better known as
Beei-iioliiii Tree, may visit the l'nited
Stal, s .before very long William A.
Brady Is negotiating with bim tor a
tour to l_gln next January, hut the
success of the negotiations is somewhat problematical,
Mr- nraily has engaged Aubrey
Smith, one of the most capable H&_-
llsb light comedians, as leading support next season for C.raco George,
who rimy make her reappearance
London in the fall of 1910.
Melbourne, July 5.���After an extraordinary ni__sciu.-rade in man s clothes,
in the cours.- of which she w-ent
through a form of marriage with another woman, th,- notorious Amy
Bock, who has many Umes been convicted on various charges of fraud
ln Australia and New Zealand, has
ibeen arrest. _ at Port Molyneaux,
New -..aland.
Calling herself Percy Carol Redwood, she stayed at a boarding-
house at Pori Molyneaux, and, giv-
I ing it to ibe understood that she was
the "nepli.-w of Archbishop Redwood,"
��h�� was received in lh? most fashionable circles.
"Redwood" lost no time in paying
"his" addresses to Miss Ottawa..', the
landlady's daughter. His cheerful
manner had made him a general fa-
vorlte; he proi>osed and was accepted
The lady's parents a tew days later
received a letter, purporting to come
from the bridegroom's mother, stating that he had ample means, which
sh,. Intended to double on h.s welding
day, and that at her death "something
more would follow." She intended
to iv present, with her daughter, at
the wedding. Another letter, written on the note-paper of the Auckland
Drainage lioard, arrived to say that
lie bad been appointed their secretary
at a salary of $:',T, a week.
Suspicions, however, regarding the
debonair bridegroom wer,, immediately aroused. After a family consultation a deteciive was called in and
confronted -with Redwood. "Ah,"
said hy "1 thought so! Amy Bock!
The game's up, Amy!" 'All right,"
replied the mock bridegroom nonchalantly. At t.he police court she
said, "1 intended to admit it all."
Those who have claims on the prisoner for money lent include���in addition to the jew.-l.rs, the solicitors and
Iho bride's parents���the daughter of
a former landlady, who advanced $*_<>rs
to pay a diver, to r.-cover a purse.
ibankuotes, and Jewelry which "Redwood" alleged he had lost in the sea
when boating.
Sale of
'S
STRAW HATS
chase the following descriibed lands
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Klaoitsis island, a
small island south o�� Turner island.
I Dated .lune 6th, 1909. Applying for
'the whole island, 4(J acres more or
less.
DORA ANDERSON.
Per S   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
UNITED  SOUTH   AFRICA
MAY  BUY  RHODESIA
Cape Town, Cape Colony. July ���'���.--
It Is reported from Bulawayo, Rhodesia, that QenewQ './mis Botha, premier of lhe Transvaal, with the assent of the South African national
convention win offer the Chartered
South African Company $100,000,000
ii i for Hie purchase of Rhodesia by X'nl-
ted South Africa.
$.-..00   STRAWS   FOR
$4.00
$3.5.1 STRAWS POR
$2.75
$;:.i. STRAWS FOR
$2.50
$2.5.). STRAWS FOR
$1.75
$.00 STRAWS FOR
$1.50
JIJSO STRAWS FOR
$1.00
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farm>-r,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the 'following described
lands:
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, tlie largest island in the Indian group. Dated June Oth, 19W.
Applying for the whole island, containing  GO acres  more or  less.
BERGETA ANi-ERSON,
P_r S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that   Frank Jacobson,
iof Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
Imer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase   the following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
f. . ._,   ���,       ,w, .   .'on,., i    n a small bay on north shore of Bend
Commencing at  a  p�� st  planted in , .    _-��*.____        __   mn_       .
plying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or leas.
JOHN OLSHN,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
FRANK JACOBSON,
P_r S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the toilowing described
| lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore iu a small hay on
Compton island. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole island,
containing SO acres more or lets.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 19*09.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest, shore of Mound island,
i Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole i.land, containing SO acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June &th, 1909.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
AT THE
Acme Q .thing Co.
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether you intend to travel or sending for vour friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland July 2
Empress  of   Britain    July   16
For other dates and p. rtlonlars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
"IJ7J.
BATHING SUITS
Boys' Two-Piece Suits 60c
Youth's Suits 65c and 75c
Men's Suits 75c to, $3.00
^ PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
Form of Notice.
District of coast  Range One.
Take   notice   that  Albert   Hunt,  ol
I Vancouvei, B. C,  occupation   farmer,
'intends    to apply    for  permission  to,
purchase     the     following     described j
lands: ���      i
Commencing at a post planted in
���bay on north shore of Kees island,
one of the Anderson group. Dated
June 6th. 1909. Applying tor thej
whole island, containing 160 BiCres
more or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.    <
Dated June 6th, 1909.
FIRE  ALARM   BOXES.
[Form No. 9.]
LAND ACT.
Form of Notice.
i    District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, oi
'Vancouver, B, C, occupation, sales-
jman, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of John island, an island between Kees island and Davies
island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Ap-
jplying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
| Pe_  S. H. FORD,-"Agent.
I   Dated June 6th, 1909.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal Avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth Avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's  Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
16���Royal Columbian hospital/
23���Queen's  Avenue and  Sixth.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
25���Fifth Avenue and Fourth.
26���Fifth Avenue and Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes ani} Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R. Station.
42���Small & Bucklin Mills.
THE HOME PAPER
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the      Home      News. t>
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THE  DAlLf   NEWS,
TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1908.
Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and'to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
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SCYTHES,       SNATHS,       HAY-
RAKES,      SCYTHE      STONES.
HAY  FORKS.
OUR    STOCK    IS   COMPLETE.
WE   HAVE  A   SCYTHE  "MADE
IN     SWEDEN."     WHICH     WE
RECOMMEND   TO   YOU.
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KETCHELL WINS BIO
SAN FRANCISCO FIGHT
Defeats   Papke  in  Twenty-round  Com
bat���Battle   Hard and   Keen  and
Decision  Given on   Points.
X Anderson & Lusby :
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COLUMBIA STREET.
���
���
���
Sun Francisco, July 5.���In a light
tb;ii ran the whole twenty rounds
Stanley K.tchel] u<m from Papke this
evening.
The   light   was   on,,   ol   the   hard,,
and   keenest   thai   has   been   seen
this city for a long time.      Both
mixed  it   ap  fi    the  Inst, and
well on toward the end it was anybody's batile. Toward the close,
however. Papke showed signs of
weakening, and took some hard pun-
ishineni   from  Kelchell.
The decision was given On points.
SEATTIE YACHT WINS        j
INTERNATIONAL RACE
Geary's  Spirit Defeated  the  Alexandra
by   Narrow   Margin   Yesterday���
Bn.eze Favored American.
Seattle, July 5.���The American
yacht Spirit won from the Alexandra
'this iifterno.it). The race was sailed
in a light breeze favorable 'o tha
'Spirit, but the American boat, only
passed the Une two minut.-s ahead of
the Canadian
Don't   forget   ,1.   H.   Todd's   sale  of
musical Instruments continues all this
week.      The store will he open every
veiling.       Thos..     wanting     musical
BOWLING
The results of the contest between
teams  represented   by  McDonald and
,__.     _    . ..���.  u_     i      _    -...  teams   representee   uv   -Mcuouaiu ami
[%rr:^J\��l T_,���arSalnB d�� n0ti Gilchrist 'and  Jones  and  Day.  In  the
fall to attend this sale
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
COLUMBIA STREET.
Duck Pin league, were as follows:
1. 2.     3.    Tot.
'.McDonald 72 S3      SO      236
i Gilchrist 81 7:',      S9      243
Totals
Jones
Day..
,163 156 lb. I.S
1. 2. 3. Tot.
.  7S 79 S2 239
..  73 87 90 2-0
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
Imperial
Chocolates
ARE FINE.  TRY THEM.  A
GOOD STOCK FOR SALE BY
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Totals     151    166    172      4S9
Majority     for   Jon.-s     and   Day,   11
pins.
Tonight's Game.
Bryson and Latham vs. Wilson and
Barbaree, at 8 p.m.
BASEBALL TONIGHT.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
Balmorals  Will   Meet  Young   Liberals
at  Queen's   Park   Oval.
The Balmoral and Young Liberal
baseball teams will meet at Queen's
park this evening. These two aggregations ar.. the crack of the city
league, and a lively game is promised.
At  the present time the Balmorals
have it all their own way in the running  of  the  championship,  being  far
ahead of the Young Liberals, who are j
runners up.    The Russells are several |
laps in the rear, but promise to brace :
up  and do some surprising stunts In !
the near future.
The standing of the teams at pres- j
eiu 1_  as follows:
Win.
Balmorals	
Young Liberals
Kusseiis	
. . .t>
OSt
Ave.
1
.857
4
.338
5
,28b
1
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, \ve_-
nasday and Friday. Special matinee
!for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:;i0 p. m.
PINGS FOR ALL
I   have   a   splendid   assortment  in   those   lines
BABY RINGS FROM    $1 CC TO $   1 50
LADY'S   RINGS   FROM If. ._.  TO 511. CO
GENTS'   RINGS   FROM $6.00 TO $ 15.00
Glad   to   have   you   call   and   look   them   over
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
K. BURNS & CO.
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
From this date our driver-, leave,
least and west, first trip at SVIO a.m..
and se,��� und trip at 10:30 a.m. sharp.
All orders placed before these hours
|will he guaranteed prompt delivery,
and nil meats on time, Please be
sure  to send  orders 'early
Afternoon delivery, 2 p.m. and 4:311
p.m.  sharp. ' I
P. BURNS & CO.. I
per E. C. TRAVES, Manager
June 21, 1909.
T.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet   soap,   if   you  mention   this   paper.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
TJ. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���D-eposlte
received in sums of $1 and upward
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, pe-
annum (present rate).
_*T*t-V   Assets over Jl68,000,000.0(1.
-E'.    WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++**++*************
Sapperton
^Twelve lots, well located,
$2200
These are a snap.   For full particulars apply to
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. ||
r++++++++++*Z
untu r_
DR.  ELIOT  RECEIVES
GIFT FROM OLD STUDENTS r|
Boston,   July   a.���Dr.   Eliot,   former |
presideni   of   Harvard,  was   yesterday '
elected   president  emeritus.      Tbi-,  is
lh,.  fust election of  the  kind  in  the
(history   of   the   university.       Reports j
were  current   throughout   the   alumni !
meetings and class reunions that  Dr. j
j Eliot   will    tomorrow    he    presented
with a fund, the proportions of which ,
'are said to have reached nearly $,",00,- '
;000.      The subscriptions  have    been  I
Isecured  from    graduates    and   undergraduates of the college since a iew
iweeks    aftei- Dr.    Eliot's resignation 11
was first  announced.
THIS STORE CLOSES AT 5:30 P. M.
Hundreds of Remnants of
EMBROIDERY
On Sale Today.
Hundreds of remnants of ,. ibroid-
vry on sale today. Swiss insertions
and embroideries, cambric edgings
Nainsook insert ions and embroideries
in lengths ranging from 1 1-2 to 6 1-2
yards a: reductions which make it
worth whi'.. to buy from the remnant
basket.
TWELVE   ONLY,   LADIES-
FANCY SUNSHADES,
HALF  PRICE  TO  CLEAR.
White, black and cream parasols
attractively trimmed with silk chiffon frilrs and fancy applique. Also
several plain silk covered parasols on
plain umbrella frame, or Japanese
form. Regular prices $6.50, $7.50,
$9.50 and $10.r.0. On sale today at
half price or $3.25, $3.75, $4-75 and
$5.75.
75c COTTON VOILES
45c PER YARD
Fi u n pieces only of best quality
cotton voiles in attractive stripes and
designs, on sale today at a reduction
which will clear speedily iihe entire
lot. Colors are grey, sky, pink,
mauve, fawn, green and black and
white. A summer dress of theBe
voiles will prove a wise Investment.
All fast in color and attractive in design. Be the first to choose. Regular values 60c, 65c and 7_c. On
sale today per yard 45c
75c   LISLE   HOSE
50c PER PAIR
Today's hosiery oil', ring affords a
Splendid opportunity to save on .sum-
mer hose. in going through our
stock we lind about 250 pair of ledlea'
lisle ho��e In broken ranges of sizes
and colors. Today's bargain assortment contains every odd pair of ladies' tan, black and white openwork,
en_.ruidc.vd and giiu/.e lisle hose in
stock. To clear out these odd lines
w-,. present today's offering. Sizes
are 8 1-2, 9, 0 1-2 and 10 inches. Reg.
ular prices of every pair were 60c, 65c
and 75c.     On sale today, per pair, 50c
SPECIAL   LIST  OF
ATTRACTIVE   BARGAINS
FOR TODAY.
Our store news of today is J list a
simple announcement of a tew of the
many attractive money-saving opportunities wbk-h are to be had in every
department of our store. July ad-
vertisements will contain special price
reductions a.s a result of our determination  Do Clear out all odd lines.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
BATHING   SUITS.
Children- Jersey clot), bathing
suils. one piece, strong and h-avi :
each $1.25
CHILDREN'S  LUSTRE
BATHING  SUITS
$1.25 AND $1.35.
One-iiiec^, lustre bathing suits for
girrs 3 to 10 years of age. Costumes
are   ni<vly     trimmed   wiih     while   or
cardinal.     Bach  ...   $125 and $1.35
Ladles Jersey cloth bathing suits.
one piece bathing costumes in cardinal or navy.      Kaeh $1.50
Ladles' lustre bathing costumes
with bloomer* and full skirt, nicely
trimmed, new stylo cut, all size* in
cardinal or navy.      Bach $3.50 to $4.50
PLAIN   AND  FANCY  LISLE,
35c   PER   YARD
Fifteen pieces of plain navy, cardinal, brown and black lustre and fancy
weaves ln shades of brown, gr.en,
navy, fawn and (black, all suitable
lor lathing costumes. Regular values ,r,0c tVj 6Dc, special prio_ per yard
on v    35c
FULL  STOCK OF
BUTTERICK'S
BATHING   SUIT  PATTERNS,
Showing all the new styles in
in.- eo .limes for children, miss.
lau'C-,      Each,   Ilk' and 13c.
BRAID    lh I MM I.V OS,
BRAID.        COTTON
T.V1LL TAPE, suitable
;,,]   wash    <; esses    and
1 umes.
Store iliis 111 .", p.m.  daily except
Sail,id.i.v.
bath-
I and
FIXE   .STAR
HEUCULKS.
for trimming
bathing  cos-

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