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f.W WESTMINSTER, H .C, ���WEDNESDAY \K>F!\i\'<..-HIY 11. 1906.
Ml CENTS <"!-:!: WEEK
WES TERS SCHOLARS
WELL LT TO FROM
DIFFERENT CA USES
Names   of   British   Columbians   Figure   Numerously
Conspicuotic'y on Successful List of Matricu
lation Examinations for McGill.
and
Hontreal   Jul      0    -Eighteei    schol
from  Brltisl     Ooiumbli     schools
BgUrei     ll     ;lu     I. -fl       |,i '        nam.-,    ol
Buooeaafu   nn    iculi  lom   Ints   McGill
'"in nasi lis: va.- unnouucei -��� bs
��� uunrneiH txralgl ani wsjste i schools
dooi ; ' i ii-oii .n-'i |)iucs ... \
' ''- ' v"iotopii dlegi gohools, is-
bird  on  Uu   lis    am   British  Colum
��� I f     thrsjS     (i       In       lie:,"       mir
plactss     \i.    i  i m   gcholai   was   firs
v   i     ���-..    mi rki       Thi     Bucce    u
"i   scholars   wl i     bs   nami   d    321
H' don- lack Van. ou .- 173 \. I
Belyea, Victo la 170 P ] Buchanan
Rowland t66 Hanrietts Hutchison
Victoria 37(i Edith Manifold Nana!
nn.    361 an il     Mol een   Vancou-
i een Vancou e I i Hsise I Mac
... .a. Vancou ���<��� ::r, r M Bropb
1 ancouve B '��� Ella 3. Preston
Rossland 341 ; ance M Sum. Van
,"..i "��� 331 i ; hleei i-. Watson
Vic o aa :::;: " . Hun Vancou
121 . lei ��� ,.;,���! ..- - Victo da
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Nov   ' .1-;.. .ii''   to.    Whether a diet of bread
i and milk taken ahiu>;t (T,.rii;,, ��� -,_���     .,    forty years is
! res.".orisible for the remarkahlf p:-pservatinn from the
| effects of old age shown  in the body of Mrs. Mary
Fay, who died in the city almshouse a few days ago
at the age of 105 years,   is causing interest among
p] Nieians.   Despite the extreme age of Mrs. Fay
her body is in as perfect physical condition and well
nourished as that of a comparatively young woman,
according fee the coroner's physician, Dr. P. O'Han- ]
TRACKS HIS MAN
| THROUGH WILDS
	
Prisoner   Escapes   From   Sergt.   Rockwell   of   Northwest
Mounted Police and is Recaptured After^Long
Chase Towards the North.
lon.
!
"1 have performed 4550 autopsios," said Dr.
O'Hanlon, "but she was the best prpser.'fd nerson I
oversaw.   Were rt no; for the lines in her face she j
��� .!"--.""".      ful      '"     .1.   K.   rom     I           'Illii -    ������' -anlod
���   ill    whs      -   ur :    from   rhe   north   ,'1"   '' '"<   Bearch.     '��� " ���
oi   Satii da    evening, tells of an ���-    ' ,rrh f""    dtsecrvere'd K.-rr's
, . ,    ,              ,     ,      ,, '       called  Two Lakes,
... ,, ,   vvhicl   Sergean   Rockwell, ot .
' '    I .'.-.   ' tb put
'"   "'" r'     mounted poll stperl    ,,, ...   ..,.,���..    ,. , ., r)���
������    -   "i.n,   bringing  In  b  prlBOne     nil        dayligh     ":"; turning
��� Ini ��� la ���   Btimtih-  hdme      Tl illowed the
ton      -!"-i "    Rockwell   h   a   bin.   trail   fo    tel   miles    Ini    brough
strapping   fells -    oni   ol  thi   biggea    rl-    'lilagi   I II       ll  was
hs  force    Thi  pri   in   mos    fUfflctil    ������   aiBd isi        ii
bil    "'" ���..,..:.,-    I S3 -.���!!      > -,      '������������   |    but    a
hool an    mark     follow Ewe    ' Ic o li    32      .<un   I    I    - (old
���- '   i - . a;.    491     Sa -.1 -.a.   i.   ' ancs live Mltu   Coope
Doni ; no -.   Ii   Munro, Rossland,  3 I lar 'Is   VI ���
:        ��� ���     16; ;    ..-���--.     ..-, ic- torii    30i      . i   Ins   ' i n
i mi        i   i ���..'     Bllei
,1,   Thomas    I uncou cot   e     28      Fanni ��� lam
 I     ������    - n Ian, mo   3! '     Flo ���  Hi n -.    Vic
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ws, ai ' hi    follow Inf   wl
-..::. ��� ��� :��� B icl ��� -. .  ei     'on   part o      ie exanili
Bi yne hi        lass id the ren nbje
��� ���        " Bie  Merc ���
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S. Si 391 ������ ii  ���������      Stiflis
...    -        ���������.-������:.'.     i. ��jormi   H. iBberts,
.   Dins Victorii     Br ;- i    ������ '"
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-.---.'.-    37.     ���.    D    ! BQirtmi I
LONDON CONDITIONS
AS BAD AS CHICAGO
Inspt?ctors'  Report on Jam Factories.  Bakeries and Work
Shops Show   Revolting State of Affairs to
be  Rule Instead oi Exception.
of age.    She weighed 140 ptf     ��� ��� nd was little more
than five feet high.     The body was exceptionally
we'll   nourished, and the teeth in both upper and
J lov *   rere in perfect condition."
wai   '���'" ��� -1 I    I ��� Ila    p   Cl   ��� ���    he 1 ine ol
would not have been taken for more than 25 years '   '���" '"    ""  ������  Batnonton   a ���   k��������������� si  hin   ��� ���������-���    ���������.
Ro el    ���-���']  for Bdms         I     li [titles   dl   thi     -ail until
bi    prisone     ker     i"    ''���"   ila   am    Hi     (ached Baptlste, I  le    h
 be.    Egg       "' ���    ������'���"���'        '    ".  i.'indinsj. Where hs  ���   i ������> the
 -i..      i :    -,,..,.,    ..     i;,    - seating.    The
thi     nigl        Th. oui ei .....    'ecapf.urea him and !ls
Is ur hj     h hi   way tb Eflmdn ������������
no   fe.   ��� ...      The ai '��������� tire is spoki ���    -    i   be-
hi      ��� ������ ��� "      ' ' .........   fp.,ts
boil h     hitfl    hi   ��� '1 oi       He   - '���     ha   ' i ���"  li li    - thein-
10 ������ ���'     '.    ''��� '���     "    -    tmd
��� -l :       ike ter i ; ib	
Thi   " "-���"������'   I rf   ,,;   ������ "
������.-���'���
-  - Window, makini 61 I
h   ids   shoes   in   his   1" I
-������   ���     '.���������      - -     oi   - hi ""  in
. .            . -v           -            .           ���      i
s ! pots
- ��� .                 e considered
,..   -     -    ���      ting as .            -      ....
���-���.--
- .          ��� - ectors                        ���                ��� aa:   11
and   iisi        - -          fremueni custom to baths   th��
ihe   rule   ...- ��� a tn them after the s oee ol
eries and sa .-..-��� ,..   , . -. s.. ., daj s,    >
make: -      ���     ensured as    .,.._.,. -. ,-.,:..   :.,,                 . .
ly filthy, and ths   description oi one port,   "are   sni         i ,,;.ida;ed. I
fits m               ���        ��� - - It, an        en infested bj rat*
The report on the typlsad jam tac-  ��� ���
Ks: The boiling ro Basterio Dismissed.
lay between the yard and the sUble, roronto, Julj 10. Samuel T. Bas*
an | -.,. aorssM reached ths lattei tedo, deputy commlseionei ol fisher-
through the Dolling room. The sunt- les, has been dtsmlsssjd froffl offlce
tary accommodaUon was hardlj sep- bj the Ontario governmenl as a reunited from ihc rooms where the suii of the reporl of Mayor Judd ot
fresh fruit and uncovered jam were London, the commissioner appointed
kepi, and the floors were dirty and to investigate the charges preferred
���|-lu. tactorj Inspector againsl him by J. S. Webster, chief
being washed in clerk of the flsherie* branch. The
which smelled conclusion of the commission In re
gard  to  Mr.  Webster, againsl   whoa
;h,. insj  counter chargei  w.-re broughl bj   Ml
hangi i Bastsedo,   will   be  dealt   with   bj
"Di-ink pie 5001  be ie mi. whisky.
''-Don't drink too iriiich.
- ;     'ou want to, and never wolYy.
''Do even-thing regula'-Iy an.       /    in excess.
"Play v/ith children one hour a day."
Faithful observance of these rules is the reason
.loseph Zeithn, who yesterday celebrated his 101st
birthday, gives for his long life. He lives with a
daughter at Xo. 1:>n Lexington avenue, Brooklyn.
"One trouble with all Americans is that they do
(������ erylhing in bunches and too fast," said the centenarian. "Lots ('if them drink as much as 1 do and it
kills them. 1 take it in small quantities and often.
They eat too much and too fetst, and I never did either. Ms^re rr.en are killesl from overeating than from
��o4 having enough to eat,
"I don't have indigos ion, because I chew my
fosxi in my mouth instead of in my stomach. 1 never
; knew wb.Ht it was to worn. If men would plav with
children one hour every day .:.<;- would live longer."
.... ,.  I.,.���
.....I .. ������
bers o i   iui "-l police.
 o������
Enquiry to  Be  Weld.
Vii  ������ ���     '' -       '       s,  K.
 ���   ���       ���      ��� ���       '      pro-
viti'd      '"   '���'<'''.   an   cn-
       " -k   aMTtfiJfr;    i        he I  leged  croolcci  work
in  conn."     " ���     I     lei -.- of cer
tain  waterfronl   lots on  Victoria  har-
Or to Messr &  Co.
MUTINEERS CUT WAY
INTO THE BARRACKS
Russian Officers Play  Foxy With   Discontented   Men   of
Seventh Reserve Calvary and Bring on Serious
Conflict in Tambov Garrison.
Revolutionists Seize
Government of State
iVntra!    Russia.    .lu!>    &,     :md   semophore   vires   and
��� "-���  a tip in fransmission.) is  holing   ��� n   ihere.    An  officer  of
���A mutiny, followed bj stertOto iignt- the i-ailroasi and ihe c'sjmmandiiig of-
*       L   ������..- .���   among ths  troops ftcer  e Seventh
- ���       as.-m  he-e. dm- tO an cftvali'y t "'        ia-i
0,.-   military   lauthorittes killed, white miiij :
 and    disarm   the   SeV       	
:,-. ..  v,     .. ,   -   frho struck, pri  - -        thi       .,--���-      ������    lip in a panic,
��� -���   of  polirca!   and   Ber'vi'ce and as 'his disjvitch is filed the pop-
,,,,i?      -\-,'....    -..-��� ��� ������������ ���������������   t   -1 tilation k iii a state ifl tsirrbh
undraiiu'd
found    jam    pots
"liquid like dark sou;
abominably."
The manager Informei
tor     that     the     waler     was
Rio Janiero,  Braall,  fuly  10.   The Telegrams  from   Asuncion May  24
revolutionists  In  the  state o!  Matto ���  ���    ��� .  -.'^^  the   Matto UtObbo rev-
o have occupied the -T Ital ol olutrohista,  headed  by  Or   Seaeroso
the stn:.- ol  Cu                         ��� .ve i Ponce, had captured ihe towtos oi Ott
the governmenl ' dumba, Saiita   Anna  de Barhibo and
The state o!  Matto 0   *so borders PaCoine, and  were then approachlhg
on Bolivia and has;   D nre;, of t��32,200 Cuyaba, \k\   capital,    fibverhor Pea:-.
Bquare  milea,   thd  Its   population  in (poBsibi; the official desigiiateti ih this
1890 ��   -   1,881      lb--.- have been  re- foregoing diBpatch ;>s president of 1he
porta for Bevera   months ol a revolu state, who It Bald W have been mm-.
tlon   In   Matto  Grosso,   which,  ho* dered) on Maj  10 arreabed the sihiefs
evei. the Brasllian fovernmeni ������>- Ian d  the revolini.m, bui booB aftefWarils
as Ma.   ���:��� characterised as        irel; eleased  them  on  their  promises to
i.eal struggle between politicians refrain from activity.
Hoists  Red   Flag.
StdiJbt, duly 10.��� It is reported
i  ,       . [gi'ous i recession todaj. - hi
.. .��� senl the regiment to es-
,,-,  the ptocessiOnists and press  ��� ,h��� ,-,,���1(,,,,,iS  Pahhslaimori  and
-    ttemptfed iii the abser    three Saihts have iolned the garrison
,,,- tne bulk o! 'he regimetii to arresl
ihe  men  remaining  in  barracks and
ihi
���abien   one
a   week."    When   Balled   governmenl later.
BAPTISTS GATHER AT
ANNUAL CONVENTION
President   Talks   Plainly   on   Business
Men's Duties and the Christian
in   Politics.
and
Mi.
Mi i wen
Kai   oops
Vancouver.
The evening session was opened bj
fifteen minutes' devotional exeri I ���
led by the Rev, A. G Campbell, ol
Summerland, An address of welcome
to the vlBltlng delegate,! followed by
D���, |{,.v. Dr, Rugg, who expressed
the greal pleasure II gave bim to see
  so   many   ol   bis   obi   I'i lends   present
The opening sessions of the Baptisl am0Dg n,,.,,,, hoping thai they would
convention held yesterday afternoon paM B profitable time together while
and  evening  at   the   Olivet   Baptist j engaged In the duties of tl onv��n
church were very largely at tended, the  Uon-
,    ,   .���   ,i,���       Tbe  Rev,   E.  Le  Itov  Hakln, of Vic-
sacreil   edifice   be ns?   crowded   ln   the
sacrtu sunns   Hems, i(ij;|   praached  ,|���.  annua]  sermon,
evening,  a   large  number  oi   Pe��Ple j taking for his theme Gol, 1, 24 to 89,
being compelled to stand. The after- , n(| |,|V|���K gpgoJa] sliess on the words,
noon session was devoted to board j "Christ is for Ilie hope and Klory "f
meetings ami the deciding of the fu- man." II- spoke of the bop- of the
ture policy of the several commit-]
tees.   The following committees were
: ""'"'  ' ,_Mr   McNeil,'he desired  that  might   not  b- s-xpect-
BARRY THAW OBJECTS
TII THE INSANITY PITA
Handl   Out   Statement  That   No   Such i
Defence Will  Be Used fit
Trial.
New       Veil.,      ,li|l,       10       H.it,       K.
Thaw  tonighl   al   the  Tombs  pfiBoti
cave oul   IiIr  Brsl  ri'iinci  statemenl
since   li-   -sli.it   and   killed   White   ���"'
the Madison Square foof garden.
In   il   Hi-   yOUllg  mini   titters  a   pro-
tesl againsl  l.-lng regarded as Insane,
ami declares thai bis counsel assures
BRYAN ENJOYS LIFE
stationed   ai   the  rfAilwaj   Station.
Th>'   .'Li>-.-nt   on   hearing  01   tW9
action lefl  the proceSSlOii and galldp-
,.,,   ,,,  ���-,,,,  r)JJ,.,u,  ���f their  com-ad--:',
,',.;.,...   -.--  thley  rode.    They  cut   their
wa3 through other troops tb thte bar
. icks,   Where   they   barricade.I   tWsm
..a,es  :..,i beAl oft repeated attacks
-..   loyal trobps
Shots ��� i uld be still heard ���" ",;'
njghi th di" ���i.-hm-nt of the Sev-
. ..���:.       th       ,; ttli a  cul   ''
of  the  Batnm.  fortress,    which    b .
'   - -  in  mutiny, and  that   the  Thrl
Saints  hOlSted  the  red   flag and
ih'   miitihbejrs are forcibly detaining
mn oilier ironclads which had refused,
to join them.
Attempt to  Blow  Bridge. -i
Warsaw, duly 10.���An unsuccessful
 pi    ��� t   bade  today to blow up
the brl er the Vistula.   Troops
and   guard-   drove   Off   the   would-''.-
��� the outrage after they
had r  "   I the bridge.
IN CITY OF LONDON LEFT SWING TO JAW
l)T8 D0HE8TY GUT
Abandons  International Tour and  Decides   to   8tay   Long   Time   in
Great   Britain.
i
s
Jos
l.omlon. ,ln!v III, -William .1. Hr.va'i
lunched witJi Premier (.'ampbell-Han-
ii"'iiian today at Hie tatter's official
lesidence in Ilowning street, l^ord
I'liaiicpllor Lorelmni and Secretary
for India MoileV w��ro aniwiig 'hose
present.     Mr.   and   Mrs.   tlryan   have
Wolctttt    ttSislris    the   Title
Welterweight  Cliampion
in  the  Ring.
cf
Of
Bostflh) duly in.���Joe WolOOtt,
Bbstofij retained the welterweight
championship of the world by knocking out ddhefty, of Milwaukee, in the
eighth  round  at  the  Lincoln  Athletic
temporarily   abandoned   Iheir  planned i ('hl1'  in  (,,lelJ'''1  ���'"light.
WolcOtt'S    famous    punch,
Christian, saying that   hope was com
two elements, dsnire and expectation.   A great many things might
Into  his  menial   condition   is  coiitem-
ul-d. _ 4
Tii*- Statemenl was handed by Thaw
in   person
s-iitatlves.
to   the   newspaper   repre-
Hp  gave It  out  with   the
Enrollment committee
Victoria;    Rev.   Mr.   McLeod,   Chewa-
nee;  Rev. Mr. Thorpe, Kelowna.
Committee for the reception of pastors of new churches���Rev. Or. Rug.
and Messrs.  Passage and Siugget;..
Nomination committee ��� Messrs.
Marchant.    Victoria,    and    Stephens,
ed, but no one enpOOtOd anything
which they did not ilesire. Every expectation of the Christian was guided
by his reason. Th- power of Christianity   was  a  very  great  thing;   but
(Continued on Page Eight.)
bim  thai   no  such  course  as  Ihe  ap- i international   tour   and   have  decided
I'ldnlineiil  of a  commission lo inquire ,,() rpmn,n ,n ()reR( Brltain unt��� after
the conference of the liiter-parliamen-
'   '"' tHry union,  which  opens on July 22.
'Ihey  will  spend  some time in  Scot-
nd, leaving London July IF.
Invitations have been pouring in on
permission Of hjs counsel, with whom | M].   hryan   &m]   he   and   M).g    Brynn
he  Pleaded  all  day to be allowed  to   .,,��� ,.ept  busy  fl,]Jng engngements,
d-ny   In   person   the   current   reports	
a., to his insanity, nnd especially the j
publication yesterday afternoon of a
purported Interview with one of bis
counsel, quoting the attorney as saying the prisoner was undoubtedly insane.
Americans   Win.
Philadelphia, July 10.���The international   cricket   match     between    the
United  Stales  and   Canada  was  won
ly the Americans today by 253 runs.
a    left
swing to the jaw, defeated Doherty.
Up to the final round, Doherty appeared to have outpointed the colored
boxer. In the first round, Wolcott
sent Doherty to the mat twice. In
the second round the Milwaukee fight-
ex came up strong and evened matters up. In the third round Doherty
stopped a swing to the head and
face and started on rights and lefts
foi the stomach.
At the close of the fifth Doherty
landed a jab ou Wolcott's stomach,
and Wolcott appeared tired when the
bell  rang.    Wolcott came up strong
In the   Ixth, and 1   b ihovs ed up
il'      v. ol ot appeared ti the    end    of    Oils
ning Ighth
th a i ush, play-
iiaeh.     Before
he   round                    cotl   began   to
swing.   I'"     il bli        ngs, a lefthand-
i :. caught  Doherty on  the jaw  and
the  Milwaukee  boy   tell  on  his face.
He tried to ris- and got to his knees
before the count  was up, but he could
get   no  further  and   Wolcott   was  declared   the     inner.     Doherty  had   to
be carried to his corner,
Louden  Asked to   Reconsider.
Toronto, July 10.���The board of
governors of Toronto university have
asked President Louden to reconsider
his resignation.
Dr.  Goodwin   Smith   has    resigned
from the board because of advanced
age and a desire that a younger man
should assume the responsibility.
 o !���
Drowned at Medicine Hat.
Medicine    Hat,    Sask.,   July   10.���
Richard Bell, brother of the C. P. R.
bridge   foreman,   waa   drowned   here
last evening while bathing.
'1 THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY. JULY
VANCOUVEI GOLDS ON       SENATE WILL PASS
TO HOPE Of VICTORY THE SUNDAY BILL
in the Next Two  Lacrosse
Matches.
Vancouver World: The sec md
match of the season between Vancouver and New Westminster is
scheduled to take place at Queen's
park on Saturday afternooii. That it
will be no repetition of the awful exhibition on Dominion Day maj Ik- taken for granted. The Vancouver team
will be considerably strengthened,
and many lessons learned in that disastrous game will be taken to heart
and made to serve a good purpose.
The boys have been turning out regularly and will be in much better
shape and they are developing something like a system both on home
and defense thai make, any more 9-3
si-...a - .1 ii of the question.
The Vancouver boys    have    taken
;   from  I be  show lng  made
Lhe    Westminsters    by    the
.    Sal nr.I iy.        That      .-      i    ,
iowe i verj  plainly thai tin-
red ..���  ��� is not al all bo in\ li ���
as it lo iks when nol  pi esse I.
are pis nty i ol    ettli thai
and  the  Vanci n        will    find
I hem.
I ��� i ��� ��� ' ie ,.. I that a good crow d
will go ...er and root for tb ��� earn.
Nothing helps more than the knowledge thai a team ba - ph nt; of .support.
It Is likely there will be some
changes In the lineup, but the team
is not to be announced until Thursday.
Newspapers   Predict   Better   Showing   Clause   Giving   Power  to   the   Provincial   Legislatures   Will   Be
Strengthened.
Ottawa,  July   10.���The will
pul through the Sunday observance
bill ihis session, it was taken up
in committee this morning and will
be adopted, although there are likely
to be considerable amendments. One
of tlie amendments will be to
strengthen the clause giving power
to the legislatures of the different
provinces to deal with such questions
as come under their jurisdiction affecting Sunday observance. The
Lord's Day in the bill was changed
to Sunday.
The special committee on election
laws in tlu.- House of Commons reported this morning. The bill pr i-
vides that nu member of parllamenl
c i ac Ice before committees of the
house or receive any compensation,
din ': or Indirectly, In relation thereto 'l he Imprlsonmenl fe iture of pun-
. : t was struck oul and be fine
made   nol   less   than   $50   nor   more
than   $2,    Instead   ol   >    ,0   i.     A
ise   Was   added   pro: Idii the
. enl   of  any   one   .������ ���
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United  States Crop  Report.
Washington,   D.   C,   July   10.-   i h
crop report of the burea i of statistics
of   the    departmenl    ol    agriculture
makes the following re port:
Preliminary returns show the average of corn planted to be about
95,535,000 acres. :.a increase of ahout
1,254,000 acres, or 1 6 per cent., compared with last .>r-ar'
The average condition of the growing crop on July I was 87.5, as compared with ST.:; on July 1, 1905, aad
a ten-year average of SO.4. The average condition of rinter wheat on
July 1 was 85.'3, as compared with
S3 last month, S2.7 on July 1, 1905,
and   a   ten-year  average  of  79.4.
The average condition of spring
wheat on July 1 was 91.4, as compared with 90 lasi n onth, 91 on July
1, 1905, and a tea-year average of
SS.2. The aver 'ge condition on July
1 of spring ani virter wheat combined was 87.9, as compared with
85.8 on July I, '.9l.\ and S4.5 at the
corresponding 0". e in 1904.
The amount of wheat remaining in
the hands of farmers on July 1 is
estimated at 10,0.",.: 01 0 bushels, equivalent to about CO j er cent, of the
crop of last year.
The average concltion of the ont
crop on July 1 was 84, as compared
with si last month, and a ten-year
a v.'rage of 91.4,
Vancouver Province: When the
Maple Leaf lacrosse team sallies forth
to play its next senior championship
match with the Vancouver twelve
less than two weeks hence, there will
be several new faces in the personnel of the team and some noticeable
changes in the lineup. These changes
will he about the most radical in any
senior team  this season.
The new faces that will be seen in
the grey and maroon uni form of the
Maple Leaf team are those of iwo
well known local players who have
figured in many a hard-fought championship match���Mr. Cliff Cao, a
crack home player, and Mr. Cleeve
Carter, one of the best stick-handlers
on the defense in ihe city. These
two players have been signed on to
play with Sam McClay's colts, and
turned out for the firs; practice with
that  team last  night.
Ball  Garni  Arranged.
Arrangements for the long ta
... baseball match ' el n een tlie
team and a Millside nine have at
been completed and the teams
meet at Queen's park al 6:30 on
day evening. Capt. Sti .. trt, of
Mil: : e,   is   confl ei
: carry ofl  thi   rid
li cal  bunch are nol   qu
la- Is . '-ie  and  w 111 try iow
that ���  one.
Iked
city
last
will
Fri-
tlie
his
The
thai
him
Lacrosse  Players  Leave.
C. Si ring and V. P two of the
mosl        t    lng  la .  ers   of
the Royal City, both of ivhom have
made i splendid showing In senior
class this season, lefl yesterday for
Kamloops, where the. Inten to re-
- ti future. Mr. Spring will
be engaged in the C. P. it. service,
and Mr. Purdy will hold down a job
ia a sawmill. Both have been offer.-d.
and have accepted, positions on the
Kamloops lacrosse team and will be
in the Ineup againsl the Vernon te im
mi Thursday,
Blaine   Baseball   Story.
To the Sporting Editor of Tl ��� '.' ������.-���  :
Dear   Sir���My   atl mtlon   baa   I ���   n
called  to your write-up of the gam.
the Nev.-  Westminster baseball Club
played In  Blaine on the  Ith inst.
In justice to the citizens' committee and the baseball club of Blaine, I
musi say that the report was grossly
exa gerated.
Tin   ex. c .I've  of  the  New   West-
ball club regrel  exci ed
ii',-       ial such a re;,-ii I should have
been i      ilal   I, as thi   ver;  be3l feel
ii.. between ubs of ih i
two   i���'>������ ns,   and   ce tainlj   no   i
courtei us   nor  gentlemanly     offlci lis
ever h id charge ol  anj   sports than
those   v. ho  handled affairs In  Plain ���
on the holiday.
in conclusion, lei me sa; thai
baseball club deny any connection
with the article complained of, an l
trusl ili.it our friends In Blaine will
accept this statement. Yours verj
truly,
SIDNEY   MALCOMSON,
!, New Westminster B.B.C.
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j
Synopsis oi Regulations, ror Disposal
of Minerals 01  EJominion Lana
Manitoba, the Northwest Terr:-.-. -,,
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bench, i er being toe
'.re: '. ng and extcr.      -- between high
.   ���     :  -.--.-. '.      th* latter in-
..,  -c-.  |-.-; extend! bacls
,   i'.Tf , -   . -������ bank, n*>l
excets .-   t .:      Whet*   '���������
... ....r.:. claims  too reel  *   ���
aj  be obi   "'-���'
Dnesd ���        i tht Ri> ers di Manitoba
\   \Y  T. excepting ('���-- * ii
������, ������ Territory     \ free miner mav ob
Ij -.>.   ���,- ..- . oi hve mile* each
for a term       tv      y Jr:l: ���-���  renew
- -,- ,: . reti hi oi the Minister
Interioi
The v ,^r,-'. right ts i ontlned to thi
'.      . . ,��� i , |. , i  bai - ol the rlvei
��� ,  low  w ���'���' i  rn u!���. and sub
$ic per mile foi t eh
-,-,,-      k,t .tin   . im��  as
,
p:.,,, ���   ��� ������ -I the   Vukon Tei
ritorj Ci es k, gulch, river and hill
shall nol exs cod ,;r-o feet in
length, measured on the 'base line oi
din tion ol (he i reek oi
gulch, the width bi Ing from tooo te
-,',,. (eel Ul othci plai ei i laifni
shall 1-.- ,"-o tret square,
i laims  are  marked  by  two  legal
posts, one  m e ich cn.i, hem lng no
tici      Enti v must be obtained within
ten  daya  li  ihr  claim  tl within  ten
mill a "i the mining recoi del'������ offii ���
i ine jxtra day allowed for eai h addi
lion.i) t. ��� miles .>r fraction
Tiio person or company staking a
claim musi  hold .i free miner's eerie
The  discoverer of B  new  mine  jc
entitled to a  .hum ol  tooo feel  in
length, :i.itni ii tin- party consists ..i
two, ijoo feel altogi ti.. i. ..c the oul
put oo whli ii no royalty    shall   I"
charged the "��� i of tht party ordln
ui. laims only,  ^
I ..ti v fee $to,    Royalty ul 'he r iti
. if  I w..  and   ..ni'  hall     P   I   C-'Ml.   'Ui   l'"
vain.- of the gold shipped i".m tin
|ei i to the rights ol ill per ion ��� who
inue. oi v ho may Ieceive entries foi
l. ii   diggings it  i-i'".���!)  i laim--, ��� v epl
...I the kati b ��������� in Rlvi r, where
ihi   lesiee dj��� iclge <���> ln.^li WHti i
m iris "ii - si li .-ihstn ni'vc leseetititd
I In-   It k.fi-   nlmll   hav   ;i   dif-.li ���
opi i ition within ..in  - ���-1 '"ii i. .in the
date of ile lea e lot mcb five mill
but where     person or company has
obtained  mora   than   otia  lrn=r   one
dredge foi * i��� li fifteen miles iii frac
imn  . '.erenf || snflieient.      Rental, $10
tier annum for   each   mile   of rivet
���I'd. Royal y ,it tlie rate of two
and a half pfr cent, enllected mi the
OUfpUf   after   it   exceed!  $10 000
Drcdgiflg Ifl the Yukon Tenitory ���
Six leineq of live miles each mav bt
granted tO a free mine! for i term i.l
���o years; also renewable.
Tbe lessee's right is confined to the
.ubmerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
Ut day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The  lessee   shall  have   one  dredge
in  operation   within  two  years   from
���he date of the lease, and one dredge
j for  each  five miles within six years
I from such date.    Rental $100 per mile
Yukon   Territory  to  be  paid  to  the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
j of more  than   one  mining claim  on
j each  separate  river,  creek or  gulch.
but  the   same  miner  may  hold   any
number  of claims  by   purchase,  and
free  miners   may   work   their  claims
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guiitj -.mi Benteneed to
made ltd ai Bordanee with the
tions ""���' :. ieed ������"    '������   u
damental, demoi -11 ed     ���
dui "d hy the long
,,.��� the disaster ;" battle.    I
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life of RojeBtvenl
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Watch   Fate  of  Bill.
Bl   PetsjrB mrg, July 10    r'-1 bill of
the   lo i       if pari pro-
is .-oh
... i  the
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enl   to watch I i   Oral
���it    no vi'i'-
'   '   I ���   I   in   favor  of
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the old coun'
r ���  of mlnistei     ;        T|iis  ilew and
i   the  pa8sag    the  bill   with
the sol.-  pui -    iiuiii:inii>'.  rela
live to the army and navy, ro- which,
according to the fundamental taw,
parllamenl had no right to legislate.
Former Minister of Commerce Dimi-
liiizotT favored the same compromise.
"Tht Jiaplt Leaf ForeVr"
We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE IN CA5ADA, AUD IS THE PUREST A1��D BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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I'M THE DAILY NLWS
WEDr.Eo&AV.  JULY   11, 1906
THE DAILY NEWS
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Isbin-   ' Llmltssd,   al   thi ir
irrJces   corner   of   Sixth   ar.d   Froi
Streets, Xew Westminster, B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown R.   J.   Burde
ADVERTISING  RATES.
rransienl display advertising, 10
c-.mts per line (nonpariel! 12 lines to
tba inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
fonts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent per
word. Xo advertisement taken for
lesj than 25 cents.
of Uu- country year after yeai I > im-
..   the  construction   ol   . ... I -
ee estate of the E. .v x. Railway Company.   So with I a     ig gi int
���   session to the Colum >ia iv
ni.   While the lands remain the
..  ��� : the companj, no  i venue
'in them;   but  there  ui
a .demand   for   the   construction   of
-   ��� rails,   ii I Iges, ti   open up the
1 hind for settlemenl; '  ���  . .���,-.  of
tbese must be met oui of taxation.
Mr. Hawthornthwaite maj saj that
when he hoists the "red flag" every-
thing will belong to everj'bodj', and
nothing to anybody, and so it does
not matter; but in tht- meantime he
Is voting for the things which make
our burdens heavier and it is the
meantime, after all. that mosi of us
are thinking about. Ii promises to be
such a very long "meantime," you
see.
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Shoes
LITTLE   WANTS
WANTED���Boy, over 15 ysjars
who  can   milk,  and  take  ca
horses;   good  wages.    Applj   j,  y
Wise, Brownsville.
This will be the greatest of all seasons for the ever popular Canvas Shoe- they
are certainly the pink of perfection in cool, neat looking footwear for hot days
TELEPHONES.
I lie  papers  are  talking   about  :he
Business office     22  ..,e.son���  Q(  ^  Th;iw.wlli.i��   lml���lol.
Editorial   office       17   .       ,,  ,      .,, ,        ,,   ,    ,
to which will now be added die iinii-
Manager's   residence    277    .        ,-,,,. ,    . ,      .,.,
der oi Judge l-.nn.i;. at Seattle. There
are a number of lessons;   ml the one
v. hi.ii mosl  concerns thi ilitic
��� i    e, ihat  civilization sinks
. human life Is held lightly, . ��� .
��� a i for law is lessened.   Coi
Ish Columbia,  particular!)
laj -.  with  ue:. tiborlng
Accoi   lng to thi  x        ly News,      ries ;  contrast   Xukon    and    N
rnthwalte   when   In   N'i I-   \\ hi ..i deals oul  i i-en-h
���   "��� ..I-,   steadily   and   firmly,  to  i
WEDNESDAY,  JULY   11.   1906.
BLIND    LEADERSHIP.
tlon of taxes ��� ;
lng i iass.    As .. class
taxes.   No:  bas a land gran   question
interesl aboi lug  cas-;
the.- .    . .       ,
are not ijoncerned abou railroads,
. ler, foi : !:������,. don I 0\s Q railroads.
All thej' have to do is to live and
keep i.: producing tor the capitalistic
and pour alike, we shal. ba re a :
mch occurrences as the Thaw
and Emorj cases; . lere gi fl
and "pull" are allowe I to ] la; |
part in the administration
where "shooting on sight"  ;-  su - I
��� ated for arrest, and the "sw�� al chan
ber"   for   the   patient   investigation;
where  trial   by   newspapei   Is   put   in
ciass.    They   paj   no  taxes,  own   no the place of trial by jury; where it is
lands or railroads, nor ever will under lightly   assumed   that   the   man  with-
capitalistic production.    The.-e thine.; out   money  or  Influential   friends   Is,
concern only the capitalistic class, an I prima facie, a scoundrel, and the man
such questions, when they are raised ue, b.as these things Is impeccable
bj   politicians, are only  raised to fool there the way is prepared for the .. ';���
tin- laboring .lass a; election time." Vent of the "emotional homicide" and
As he constantly sjeaks on the sup- the   plain,   everyday   murdered,   who
position  that  there exists  a  state of thinks  it  the  manly  thing  to  revive
war   between   capital   and   labor,   Mr. iUe 0]j --COlie 0f honor" with the hon-
Hawthornthwaite   cannot   grumble  if or let'; out
liis   conduct   is   eon:lasted   with   that ���:==?==
Of the leader of an army.    Xow what
would be thought of a military leadei
who told  his  men that  they  had  no
It appears that some one bas teen
inventing stories of "adulteration" of
British Columbia salmon. The Gl i ���������
concern in the measures taken by the ver>' Properly points out that there
enemy to strengthen their position l�� uo temptation to adulterate, as any
and accumulate vast stores of sup- possible material would cost more
plies and material of war? Yet this th;l11 llle t^'1- �� miSl>f- have ,-, , I
13 exaetly what Mr. Hawthornthwiate that lhe person who eats a bit of
does. To quote from the Nelson Britiift Columbia canned salmon ear.
Kews: do so with the utmost confidence that
"When the Liberals sought to pre- i! is ;ls fre ! from an-vt
able  as  if it   were  a   piece  of  fresh
fish cooked In his own  kitch :..
"The only  thing to  be  determine !
is. what is best for the pe iple."  That
is the way a Scot    i        llan M. P.
put   it   the  other   day.     [f   . .
would  get  to  work  al ...
and stick to i: honestly an I fair!
- .v years, whal  a loi    ������   -
nottj     ro   ems In poll    is      mid    e
,     ifl     .   slatel
vent ths free gift of SOO.000 acres
Of '.he public lands to the Columbia
& Western Railway (.'ompany, the So-
cialist leader was strong in his support of the measure to make this
free gift  to the  ...     i irporation.
.   n. -. :.    at( .. 5     : .      ,;  the Mc-
gove ami a   ivas    etei mini .
rs i.e. essitii s      the C. P. it.
expense, Liberals
..   . ses i'-   - ;  pr -
. ..   ��� ���-. isure ol    ;  ' ction for
subseq . chasers ol 1 inds,      Some   peopli   attack D
and se:;.-.- guarantee thai this corpora-  Railway Comn -      - I
tion w   . died upoi y taxes  be    loing  good  work.    It   will
: a.s   In      is     ��� s, of cours , bul    ���   -    ms, so
.-   ialist   far as the Instances coi
nd > ...ns;  anj   observation furnish a basis
:.'. ;   to   ��� ent,  to    e acting on
.f "the square deal
"It ���; it coi says
Socialis ��� capil
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Rag
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Patterns
IN 44 VARIETIES
ALL PRICES
RYALL" S
Drug   Store
Men's white Canvas Oxfords, leather or rubber soles
$1 to $2.50 a Pair
Men's Cool Everyday Canvas Boots
%J st
$1.25 a Pair
Men's Canvas Oxfords with Solid Leather Soles
$1.00 a Pair
For good, solid summer foot comfort, try a pair of our  CANVAS SHOES
JOHNSTON'S
:    BIG SHOE HOUSE    :
Westminster Iron Works
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone t*-d.
J. R. Gniey, 'Hnone 1-+��
GENERAL MACHINE AND BtfJUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING. BKtlXit and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   s\orK.   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIE BlKKt.1.
New Westminster. r. U. 474.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
It  is sai 1 that  A. Wi      & Co
Glasgow     atend 1 tt ii
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satisfacti
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Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents hi. (J. lottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
mizmnsmMm3is^m*ksVmVX&   j  Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
Maple Leaf
Outing
Shoes
There are running shoes,
and running shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Maple Leaf Brand
on the sole. They come
in both Tennis and Oxford stj li s for Ladies or
i rentlemen, Girls or Boys,
soles of all are
made from pure para
gum rubber.
Maple Leaf
Lacrosse, Tennis
or Running Shoes
Look well, fit well, wear
well and are stylish, neat
and durable.
For sale by all  good shoe
dealers.    Ask for   hem.
J. LECKIE CO., Ltd.
Selling Agents,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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To Figure on Your Plumbing Requirements.
We have a full Line of
"STANDARD SANITARY"
Latatories, Sinks, Baths, etc., io select from.
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LIMITED
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j     ment of the famous
Eaton-Hurlbut
Stationery
which arrived a short time ago.
It is swell.
J. I. MACKAYI CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
Fhone   157.
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���100 good new
cots
.1
sale, suitable for campers,
$ 1. - .J
b
Jno. Crean,
Guichon Hotel
WANTED-
���Young girl to take can
:
baliy.     A
pply   Mrs.   A.
IS.   Mali:
corn.T   Second   Btreel
BJBd     Fl
avenue.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buj
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK
Si:jn   Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St Ne-w Westminster.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Av.-.   Con 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C
| THE VANSTONE HEATING ANO PLUMBING CO. ���
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RsEsidcnce:
124 Eighth St.. New Westminster, B.C.
Royal Bank
of Canada
Uaj/Hsal $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,152
Total   Assets  $ib,l/s,-j/ti.
Branches   and    correspondents   In
all  the  principal   citi.-s  of tne  world.
Gere-a1   bnnking  business transacted.
SAVINGS   UfcHAK I MtlN I.
'��  opens an account.   Intoret-t ad led
tiif  -i-;iily.
Collections made at lowest ra!   -
)pt-n    Saturday    nights   rrom a  to 9
o'clock
NEW   WESTM'.NSrtH   tJKANCh
r.   E.   Lyle.   Manager.
a i
kof
Montreal
ESTABLISHED Wis.
tncori oi ited   bj   act   or   parn
CAPITAL  [All  ��� ii i up)., .jii.""
RKSi; \\ 11   FUND i\<>."
Rt Hon. Lord Sti  i hi   ������    in I "    i
Ro; al, O.C.M.O.,. .Hon  Pre
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NEW   WESTMINSTFFI   BRAI
G.  D.   Brymner,   Man.-.
You Buy "B. C."
or "Old Spcrt" Cfears
v -a do Hi '   .'. ���
:'        �� 111  mi il   win jrour favor, Man<
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WILBERG C: KVZ12.
'���' - torj and om ... prlne 31ock,
a :w w ESTMIN8TEII, '5- c' WEDNESDAY, JULY  11,
1906.
THE DAIL\  NEWS
THE CASH  STORE
1 local News Briefly Told
MPHAT
SAVINGS
In Muslins, Prints, Ginghams,
Chambrays. Unusual chances to
save on these lines, also on Wash
Suits, Blouses, Skirts, etc. this week.
July is the month of outings ;
outings call for washable gowns;
buy your gowns here and save on
every dollar you spend.
1 Oc yard
,.���  pi Ice   ���    k hlch  we're Bellln % several line   of G Prin
i   on Challie and Mu.-lin, in shades   il    ... pink, bla. navy,
��� ich tormerlj  sol I al   I2%c I o 20c.
25c yard
Is  the clearance  price of hundreds   of   yards   of   Fancy   Zephyi
Organdies,  Vestlngs and  Figured Lawns.
7^c
yard
Is the price at. which we're sidling  a   few   pieces of Crepe Gingham
ind Chambray, in pale blue, oxford and dark grej   worth ldc to 20c.
$2.50 and $2.75
Are the clearance prices of  pre".   Washable   Sul -   of  fancy   percale, in light colors;  they are stylishly gotten up and neatly finished.
$3.75 and $4.25
V"  the   prices  at   which   we  aie  selling  Suits of    !'
trimmed with insertion, and Cotton Panamas, trimmed with
$1.30 and $1.95
Muslins
fagoting
.Fl- ,    .
was light.
'I'll- S ration Army wlll hoi l a
picnic in Stanley park tomorrow.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Hoard </ Trade will lie held this evening
The picnic of the Wes; Presbyter-
Ian church Sunday school will be held
in  Stanley park today.
There is a brisk demand at present
for men to work in the hayfields of
the surrounding country.
The Mount Pleasant Methodist Sunday school will picnic today In
Queen's park.
dames Kelly, of the Columbian staff,
leaves this morning for Portland, Ore.,
having received information by wire
thai  his mother is ill.
Paul Stephens,  who was appointe I
police <��� nstable in succession to Of-
P  --. will commence his duties
,-enlng.
ise who wish    i register as vot-
the charter
i ,
��� ��� ������, ....    ;,     efore Aug
ust   1,   th ie  last   daj
lo      ���   . re-
red.
Offli er M 111 bi
'..-  ��� . ,,    ,  M      I       II
will   re I . es a
the city b ill.   Tl    change   akes   i
��� .:.-,��� than -.-.-;..- in'endi I
at the time l enl additions    ���   ���
made to the local  fori e.
R. ('. McDonald, superlnten lenl
���j. neral of Indian affairs, has . i
i-l an application in the water commissioner's office for len Inches of
water for the use of the Sechelt Indian village. The water is to bo -ak-
irom a stream three miles in a
northeasterly direction from the vii-
!::-   .
The two Indian.-., Frank ....    lie i
.Johnny  Mission,   who  were  fined  $-���".
and $1 respectively in the police court
during the week except Saturday, at
S p. m. and Sunday at 11 a. in. and
7 p. m. A cordial invitation is gi ei
i l to come and investigate the
scriptures with us. Preaching by L.
J. Keffer. *
sua?e  oik   v?rtr����*��.
The usual size of the shell of an oyster is three to five Inches, but away
back In tertiary times there were oysters in California that had shells thir-
tssen Inches long and seven or eight
Inches wide. The animal and shell
doubtless weighed fifteen or twenty
pounds, since the shells were five inches thick. These oysters bave long been
extinct, but their fossil shells are abundant. If the oyster farmer could produce individuals of such enormous size
now and the flavor ws>re good In proportion to its size we would be most
fortunate. In that ease a single oyster
would be enough for oue stew nt the
church festival.���St. Nicholas.
Hi? For The Camps!
You wil! require some necessaries.
,,,    , ire cots, well sup ported     $2.25
We have w r K
Canvas Cots, . ^ood ^'^    1'����
Military   Folding   Cots    3>5��
Do up in a small parcel.
_ i       ....     ack, hard wood finished and strong 50
Camp stool3 with b��. 3
Mattresses   and   pillo\ vs"
LEE'S PURNnVJRE EMPORIUM,
Duponl  Block. Telephone 73.
Not So Hot as
The   FlrDl   Skulch.
As late as the sixteenth century
skates In England wen- very primitive
for we learn that tin' London apprentices used to tie inHies tn their feet and
under their heels. Writing in 1061,
Evelyn speaks of "the strange and
wonderful dexterity of the sliders" in
St. James' park, "performed before
Uirir majesties by divers gentlemen
and others witb scheets, after the manner of the Hollanders, with what swift-
nesse they pass, how suddainly thej
stop iu full carriage upon the ice."
it was,  is it
7
a
Qualified.
"What! You marry my daughter,"
thundered old Roxley���"yon, a mere
clerk"���
"No, sir," replied young Hunter, "not
a clerk, but a gentleman now. I resigned my job the moment your daughter accepted me."���Philadelphia Press.
WANTED���Situation   by   young   lady
for housework.    Apply Box 77, city.
Here is a line that is
fine at any time, whether it   is hot or   cold:
Pineapples
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
for being found in possession of intoxicating liquors are again free, hav- I
ing produced the coin yesterday. SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
Frank disposed of a cow to be able the Timber and Mines Branch, De-
...  settle and  fine,  while Johnny ob-  partment of the Interior, and marked
Aie 'lie prices at which we're
trimmed ones they are that so
: iterlng on;-  Summer
.50 t.i $6.00.
B��T-*z*jts-r''7LW-ri.r.tmxr. ��
CUSHION TOPS
With Girdle and Siiks
for Working
50c,
Ths  Week
Only   .    .    .
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH.
275 Columbia St.
:,lined an advance on liis pay on board
tlie Beaver.
Owing to Hit- fact that the Indian
who had been supplied with liquor
could not identify the man who sold
It to him, tin- charge against the pro-
prletor of the Holbrook hotel was
dropped when the case came up in
the   police  court,  yesterday  morning.
The appeal in lhe case of (leorge
lonneau, who was lately fined
$20 and costs before Capt. Pittendrigh.
S.M.. on a charge of cruelty to horses,
has beend ropped, and no further action will be taken.
Tlie schooner North was towed here
last evening by the protective cruiser
Georgia and tied up at tbe Dominion
wharf, The Xorth was captured last
year fishing in Canadian waters while
; elopging io an American firm, and
had been lying at the wharves in
\ ncouvi ever since. Ab iui a month
:.-.; i 'Aas bought bj -in- fisheries
di '..:; mem. and w e is id to protect the fisheries around X;,n dm >.
The North was broughl here bo thai
the fresh water migbt remove the
accumulation   o     larnacles   fr im  the
ottom of the vessel, and while at
the   dock   necessar;     e .airs   will   be
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Berth No. 494," will be received at
tills Department until noon on Wednesday, the Sth day of August, 1906,
for a license to cut timber on Berth
Xo. 494, comprising the West half of
Section 26, Township 5, Range 7,
Wesl of the 7th Meridian, containing
au area of 303 acres more or less.
The- survey  of  this  berth  is  to be
. :>��� within one year of receipt of
tenders.
The regulations under which a li-
.. use will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Each tender must be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of tlie Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, i'or the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for tiie license.
Xo lender by telegraph will lie en-
���  ��� ��� lined.
PERLF.Y  Ci.  KEYES.
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior, Ottawa,
June 2::, 1906.
First of the Season.
Nice   large    ones.
! Bananas
'::,. le.
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Pl'i
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DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
DIAMONDS!
Largest   Stock   in  the  City.
Mounted     in   any   Style     you   Desire.
Come and   Inspect Them.
L C. Chamberlin
fhe Jeweler,      -     Columbia St.
Jewels   Presented.
Jewels were presented to nine l'. G.
M.'s of ihe Nol le Ord. :.. leccas,
r,i nlah Xo. 5, l. O. i). I'.. ..' ,. meeting
oi iln- | , ige last niglu in the K. of I'.
Lodgi     ���!   ;.      .     Vane mver
mal    , - ..   !:::-   OC
mon, and. afti bwi I  l
ented a lown I
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The .,: csentat lon ��� le bj  P.
G.   M.  Brother  D. E. McKen
���. e   billowing   pasl   grands   reci
wels:      Sis. E,   S.    Ferguson,
Baker,    E,    Cunningham,     Id i
Pe in e, M. ;���". ti iley, S. Gille .   \.
i;ii.i��� >,   ib :    -       .'   Maj
W. IM. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Plums
Gooseberries
C. A. Welsh,
The People's Grocer
P. S.���Leave your order with us for Apricots. They will be along soon. The crop is
reported short, so don't delay.
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LOTS!   LOTS!   LOTS!
Sixth   street,  splendid  corner, two lots, $450.
Sapperton,   near   Columbia   Hospital, two lots, $175.
Sapperton.   Brunette  street,  two   lots, $350.
Seventh street, two good lots,   $425.
Tenth street, near Sixth avenue,   $110.
West   End,  three   splendid   cleared lots on corner, $550.
McLeod. Mark & Co.,
Real Estate,
, Tel. 273.
Fire & Life Insurance
Near Tram Office
'.'an.
An Installation
the pri'si :>.'!'. ... '.il : l< t Deputy
ii,,   . Pah i   iff! li  ;��� .:. ass si 11
(!. M. Slab ���. Ferguson, Baker
i i Cunn ��� - .       and Brother Ki I   i
follow In        ���'...���    were   eieC- 1:
Keith;  V. c... A. 1'. Gilley;
. ��� ..     ..    Edith    Cralk;
etayy,    SI   er
L, Benson; warden, 8. Gil-
Sister Belyea;  R. S.
L. S. X. G., M. F.
V.   (!.,   Sister   Mal be- in,
Dlmond; O. G., Brother
chaplain,  Brother  B,  W.
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,-i ling
lii-am
treasurer,
ley;   conductor,
N., l. /M. Pearce;
[nsley;   R-
l. ('.., Sister
Osboiiriu-:
Mountain
View
Suburb
Adjourning
New
Westminster
City Limits
Shiles.
Tent Meetings.
Held by the Church of
Christ    en
Strawberries grown jon this land unexcelled; Good Water;
Convenient to tram and City Market; Pleasant surroundings: Magnificent Outlook: Easily Cleared.
$90, $100 and $110 per^acre, Easy Terms
For Sale in One and Five Acre Blocks.
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia Street, New'Westminster, B. C.    Phone 85.
Moody Park.    Meetings   each    night 1
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THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, JULY
1906.
PICNIC MMITTFE
RECEIVES REPORTS
Piogress    cf    Arangements    Assures
Success  of   Excursion   to   the
Coal Citv.
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ti)��Zim?smfflgE2tsjMaaaa
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A   ��vell   a   endi I    ind    inthusias ic
Ing oi  the Cl      as'    icnic com-
���   was   held   lasi   night,  and   re-
���  . ; the differenl  sub-comml
showed  that  every hing   was   moving
along smoothly.   There is, therefore,
. ..   j  prospect thai I lie outing on the
18th will be a most enjoyable one.
Though the success ol the affair is
beyond doubt, the committee is not
proceeding recklessly in the financial
arrangements, as the margin of possible profit is not Mich as to justify
lavish expenditure in anticipation.
and the committee is determined thai
the Inaugural Citizens' picnic will be
managed in a way to afford a safe
guide for future years.
The refreshment committee's report,
recommending the acceptance of lhe
tender of o. Burdett as caterer of
ice cream, soli drings, and .so forth,
was adopted.
Tht- steamer's dining saloon will In-
open to supply regular meals al regular prices, and berths also may be
Becured al iiu- rgular ran-.-. The
committee has arranged that there
shall       no undue advance in rates.
able discussion on ihe
music com ort, ii  was de
cide 1 io engage the orchestra of which
Arthur Smith is secretary.   They have
��� - a heard many times with satisfaction ai social and o'ner gatherings
ol citizens, it is expected tin- Nanaimo band will be in evidence, as
people of the Coal City an- making lhe ISth llieir half holiday for the
week.
Practically all the tickets have been
issued and ma;.' be iiad, as long as
they last, from .1. R. Gilley, R. C.
Purdy, George Blakely, 11. Ryall, E.
V.'. Cook, I). Walker, li. E. McKenzie.
Capt.  Rogers and   Chief Wai son.
The secretary was requested to
write, accepting the Nanaimo challenge to a baseball match, and
Messrs. Walker, Davison, Chief Watson and H. Vidal were appointed a
special committee to arrange for other sports. .1. Reichenbach has kindly
volunteered $M towards this pari of
tlie programme,
The committee will meet again Friday night, by which time it is expected all the tickets will be sold
^^iCSITWE-*^
BOVRIL
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL is a specialty, not merely a bye-product
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
LONDON, England,  and MONTREAL, Canada
Department of Public Works, Canada.
Tenders for Ccal
Tenders will be received at the office of the unde signed up to noon of
Tuesday, 10th July, 1906, for the supply, during the fiscal year ending ::i-t
March, 1H07, of about 2,000 tons of
best lump coal for the use of the Do-
monion Governmenl dredge "King Ed
ward" and Snag Boat "Sampson." The
coal is to be delivered at the Dominion Government Wharf, Xew Westminster, in lots of from 200 to 250
tons, as required, on scows provided
by the Department of Public Works.
Tenders to be sealed and marked
"Tender for Coal."
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
G   A. KEEFER,
Resident Engineer.
Resident Engineer's Office,
New Westminster, B. C,
28th June, 1900.
Canadian
Pacific
20SJ
Railway Com
pany
Two   fust   transcontinen
wiih dining cars and throu
and  first-class  sleepers
Atlantic Express leaves ai   7:23
Imperial   Limited,   leave
90 DAYS
Excursion  rate  tickets  sola
Eastern points on June ^;,
2, 3, Aug. 7, 8 and 9.
For full particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westn,.-
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
believing he was entitled to such renewal, he followed the act, which
says:
"A petition of right shall ba left
with the provincial secretary in order
that the same may be submitted to
the lieutenant governor for his consideration, that he may. if he shall
si jit, grant his fiat that light be
dune."
Bul Hon. Mr. Fulton thought the
decision of ihe lands and works de-
;i r: merit sufficient, and failing to sub-
mil lo the lieutenant governor the
petition of right, Mr. Norton didn't
gel his fiat, and so could not test in
court the question as to whether or
not he was entitled to a renewal license., Hsin. Mr. Fulton is being
sued, however, not in his official but
in his personal capacity. Messrs.
Wade. Deacon & Deacon act I'or Mr.
Norton, and Messrs. Davis, Marshall
��   Macneill  for Hon. Mr. Fulton.
Cold Foot.
Never go to bed with eld feet: never try to sleep without being perfectly
certain that you will be able in keep
them -warm. To Ile one night with cold
feef gives such a strain to the system
as will be felt seriously, perhaps ending in a fit of sickness. Cold feet show
an unbalanced circulation. Tlie very
best thing t6 do is to warm them by exercise, if that be practicable; if net,
by dipping them in hot nnd cold water
alternately two or three times and then
using vigorous friction. If that docs
cot warm them and keep them warm,
heat them before the lire, drying them
thoroughly, and then correct your habits or improve your health, for be sure
that one or tbe other is wrong, perhaps
both.
WiikIiIukSoii   Irvine
A house in William street, New
York, was Irving's birthplace on April
8, 1783. The British were soon to evacuate the city and AVashington to take
oossesslon of it. Mrs. Irving, a warm
nearteo   i^oirn^i  ci  English  birth and
an anient patriot ol tm- new land, sain.
"Washington's work is en led, and tb"
child shall be named alter him." The
child was slill in the care of a Scotch
nurse when one day she saw ihe president, a.s Washington then was, enter
a shop, and after him she went.
"Please, your honor," snid she, "here's
a balm wiis named after you." Tlio
president laid liis hand on the boy's
bead and gave him u blessing, which
he never forgot
ssiii Japanese Printn.
The collector of old Japanese pri   a
must be guided In lbs s, ition by . e
quality of the paper, which sir,-aid be-
soft and vibrant, tin- fibrous tent  -.���������
��� upou its  surface often  forming shadows where it has been exposed to the
! dust.     The   register   must   be   perfect,
each color being confined absolutely to
1 Its prescribed space.    Perfection in the
register is an Infallible guide.   Tin- eil
ors must be soft and melting, in many
1 cases one tone  shading  into another,
��� not harshly determined by the lines of
i the block.���Extract From "Impressions
: of Ukivo-ye." bv Mrs   Dora Amsdei,
Synopsis   of    Canadian   [Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway  Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sol- head .>f a family,;
or any male over ls years of age, to'
the   extent   of   one-quarter   sc.ction   of
HJO acres, more or less.
Entry  must 1    de  | erson til
the local land office for the   listrl
which the land  is situa ���-.
The homesteader :.- required to pei
form the conditions connected thei
with under one of the following plans.
(i) At   least  six   i.    nth
upon   and   cultivation   of  the  land   i"
each year for three years.
(j) li the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for tlie requirements as to residence may be sat;
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(t.) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do-:
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of tin-   Interior.
X. li.��� Unauthorized publication of
this  advertisement  will   not   be  paid
frr.
THE COMFORTABLE WAY      i
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally | NEW II    Da
Leave  WESTMINSTER! Arrive
9:20 am Hlnine,   Belling  3:01
I:::.". pm ham       Hurling- 9:55pm
(ton,   Mt.   Ver
TH ill. Eve; I'll.'
Seattle        and
'Portland.
1:,;.". pn' Spokane,      St. 3:0i
Paul     ui.l    all
i'l.iiils   East.
a...i am Anacortes, |3:;
Woolley,     and
Rockport.
H:<io pm Vancouver 9:2" am
9:56 pm 4
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, .dime ai
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St,
Louis and  all   points  East,
For    complete    Inforn
rates,   berth    reservation,   i   ��� -.,
call on or address,
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
Xew Westminster, B, C
S. G. YERKES, A. O. P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Chinese   Murder.
Chawn  F.  Tong, a Chinaman  who
lives at 513 i' rrall .-'reel, Vancouver,
received   a   telegram  yesterday  afternoon   statin;;   .hat   llis   etiusin.   Chew
Hong, had been murdered by a Chinaman named Chung Kee Yu at Quesnel j
in   the   morning.     The   telegram   con- '
tained   no   particulars,     and     Chawn
Ti ag  at   once ban |i I   ii   over  to  ibe
provinci  I     ... e.
_  }	
SD1T AGAINST FULTON
WILL BE INTERESTING
^_ Mm mjt m?j.* 5^9
W.   T.   Norton's   Case   re   Refusal   to
Renev^ Timber  License on  in
Vancouver.
The  mil i .....   assizes opened in
. .   ���  ���       ��� ��� . lay.     There   are   22
a     ��� or trial.   Two are  |
for d ��� orce, ..air are jury
die    Ixteen   wlll   be   heard
',.������   i.;,    Mr.   .Instil u
Morrison.
The  ot , -     wlll  be heard
In
VValmslej '..-..     i Kee,
',.��������� i   ,.-. .:.. ,   i . ",,ii,'    i  Elect: ic
��� ���    i ompanj.
X'.i: i rn  ', . i bai. Frederic Fulton.
.1. Aulay vs, lb ll annl i < lopper < lom-
i anj.
Ther..    .....    the    sixteen    non-jury
iases:
Ashcrofl vs. Ryan; Williams vs,
Hank of Commerce; Jackson vs. Maryland Company; Ford. vs. Jackson;
City vs. Carroll; ''rowe vs, Lewis;
Marshall vs. York: hire Guarantee
Company; BladtftocU: vs. Isaac; Murphy vs. I'i.meer .',1. ing Company;
Welsh vs, Davi.l-.in; McAulay vs.
Britannia; Lockhait vs, Yorkshire
Guarantee Company, and McDougall
vs. United E'nii.i: Mm'ng Company
of Xew  Yor;,
The most Important and perhaps
lhe most Interesting of tlie jury cases
is ths- suit by YV. T. Norton against
Hon. Frederick Fulton.
Tlie acl ion will decide the right of a
provincial secretary to refuse to submit to the lieutenant governor a petition of right. In this instance Mr.
Norton had sought in vain the renew
al of a timber license from tin- lands
and   works  department.    Then,  still
TO NANAIMO
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18
*++*+mmmm*mm**m*mmm++*+*<>*m+*'>++4*<it*m++*+*+4*+***++.++mmmmm4m*+mmmm
The steamer Charmer will leave the C.P.N.
wharf at 8 a.m., arriving at Nanaimo at 11:80.
Returning, the Charmer will leave Nanaimo at
6:30 p.m., reaching New Westminster at 10.
m*mm+mmm4>mm*fm**mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm++mmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmm4
Programme of Sports and
Music
Return Fare,
$1.00
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
TENDERS  FOR   RAILWAY  TIES
Se iled ten lers addressed to the
undersigned, marke I on the envelope
���Tender for Tii . I906," will be re-
ceived at the office of the < lommis
sinners of the Transcont inental Ra
way al Ottawa, until I n o'clock
noon, of the 12th day of July, 1906
for five hundred and tiirty-five thou
sand (535,000) Railway Ties, j ( ac.
cordance with the specification
the Commissioners.
Sealed Tender' addresi ed to the
undersigned, ma: ked mi the en ��� " i--
"Tender for Ties, 1907," v.. : also be
receivd as above until Iwelve ...
noon, of the ith day of September
lum'., for one million and tin thousand (1,010,000) Railway Ti. s in ,
cordance with the specifications ef
the Commissioners.
Tenders   must      be     ma |e     i,|i      lhe
forms supplied by 'lu- Commlssione
which,  as  weil  a-   I ie    . pi I i fien! inn-.
may be obtained   on   application   to
Hugh D, I isden,   Chief   Engineer
' Utawa, Ont., to A, E. Doucet, Dlstricl Engineer, Quebec, P. Q., <>r t-j
A, I-;. Hodgins, District Engineer
Kenora, (Jut.
Full Information in regard to di llv
eries required is given on form oi
tender,
Each tender must be Bigne I and
sealed by all the parties to the tender
and witnessed.
The successful tenderers will be
required to sign a contrail In form
satisfactory to the Commissioners,
and to furnish an accepted cheque on
a chartered bank of Canada, payable
to the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum equal
to ten per cent. (10 per cent.) of the
amount of the tender, as security for
the due and faithful performance of
the contract.
No tender for less than five thousand ties will be considered.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By Order,
P. E. RYAN,
Secretary
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Hal-.I at Ottawa, dune UCili, IOOO
iNorthern Pacific;
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Tra\el nn the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rati
QuickTime. Excellent Ser-:.'
New York, Chicago,
Toronlo, Sl. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale t.. a!. I
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   CaliTornia.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G.    A
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The   only all   rail   route   bi I svi   "
points cast, west  and  south  to   R
land, Nil-..n and Intermediate poi l
connecting al Spokane witli the Gn '���
Northern, Northern Pacific and 0
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with tl"' '
adian Pacific Railway for Bound
i i. ek points,
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    witb
stage  s^'iily for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
I poi,
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane   7-15 P"1'
12.25 pm Rossland   4'�� P-1"'
0.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 P-m-
H. A. JACKSON.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATL1N.
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mai .
express and freight connect ' wit"
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver, B. C. WEDNESDAY.  JULY   11,   1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
WS1DK &   EDMONDS
i,.I solicitor!, Hin kie I
let,   New   'Ot
teside   H   L, Edi io
MP.  HAMPTOi    in h E   solid-
. ol it"' supr. ��� iff ������.,
.   Bank  of Commerc ���  build-
: da   sin-el.  opposite  ���
-    Westminster.    Money  to
M WEART  &  McQUARRIE,
.er.-.   SOliC 'ors,  ore. Of-
New West min ter, Trapp Blk.,
Clarkson   and   Lorn.-   streets.
... rooms 21  to 24, -14") >\
.,.������.   .1 iseph Martin, K. C, ..
t,  \v.  H.  McQuarrle, H.  A.
Bourne.    Mr.  Marlin  wij!   be in ths
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HAMMOCKS
Croquet Sets
Sporting Goods
 AT	
MOREY'S C"1""^Sl-
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
Hi,\\\Y,  REID  &  BOWES, Barrls-
BOlicltorS,    etc..    42    Lorne
opposite   Court    House,   New
v, .���   ������ ii'Ster.
J. H. Bowes, P. O. Box
G1E E. MARTIN', Barrl ter and
Itor, Guichon block, Colum-
VlcKenzle strei I , New West-
H   C.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
First Cla      !       at all Hours,
English, Japanese and Chinese Styles.
From 1 5c. up.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
B. C. Mills, Timber and |
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
!
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,    }
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
MOVES TO STRENGTHEN
Kaiser Goes North.
Tron Ihjem,  Norvi
William left Trondhjem on the THE  BONDS  OF  EMPIRE
ly, going north.  .	
1 Drummond   of   Montreal   Offers   First
Q leen   .Maud   has    been     ,
fhe latter is confined to her bed and
a  sore throat, and
erish.
Resolution in Chamber of Commerce Congress.
.   LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
regi ���'
iy  in
���
oA-ning
are con
Dr. W,        D        ..
ry.
Special Summer Courses
Foi   " in the *-������ ���	
���waiittiiiiiii   ii*.
SPROTT-SHAWr
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
!    Telephone 12. New Westminster.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Passengers arriving on
last Empress of Britain
had a most pleasant and
comfortable trip across
the ocean. Next Empress
sails July 26th. Luggage
checked through to Liverpool. For rates and other
data   apply to
ED. GOULET,
C   P.   R. AGENT.
"The Milwaukee"
Business Institute
Limited.
= r,LOMON  LODGE. NO. 17, A
....     Ri        '   commui
I '���'��� ���
. .    |      m each  moi  I
.   Temp,. .    ���
ethren
tend.    1). W. G Bee.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 4=i9
ft,  B.  K,  of  Li  mei        ei ond  and
Friday of  h  month, at 8
,ii   Orange   hall,   corner   of
; avenue and John street.   So
- sir Knights   cordially   invited to attend.    W. B. Danlop, W
P.;   B. B. Matthii     Re
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall first nnd
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
in. Visiting brethren ire cordially
invited to attend. E. E, Matthias.
W. M.; J. Humphries, u ������ ,-Sei
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
R.  J.   SROTT,   E..A..   Principal.
H. A.  SCRIVEN. B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
[mi orter  and  manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments,
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
Write for prices.
New   Westminster,  B.  C.
I. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of 'K.is lod
are held in Oddfellov ��� ' '. ��� '   Colun
hi,i    ��� ever]   M       evenl
at  -. o'i I ��ck.    Visiting  ���
dlallj invited to attend.   8. J. M
N, i; ;   w. C. Coatham, Rec -
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  Ni.
-   Mi   tinf - the li''-!  and third T H
il .     :,    each    month.       Vis!
b  ithn n cordially Invited to attend
1    - ���    . A. 0. U. W. hall, Odd-
f ci irl    ���    -' eet,  C
lorrtgan, recorder;   Louis
\  irkman.
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I Printing
ARROW PRESS
Op.    !        lusmee
I    Jul-   4,  1006.
FO
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OF COLUMBIA .LODGE No.
SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
i    ,.,. 11, ���.      ���-���  md
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In   each month,
Vi I!
Inviti E.   B.  S
Pres., H. Disi
COURT BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
Ti [oo!        Vi
. .   . ��� , ordl il     lm Ited ti
. Rushton, C. K.    r.  P.
it. s.
S. G. TIDY -
 PLOR8ST
PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
i Ave
a
E
J. MEM LEY
Manufacturer of
COURT ROYAL COLUMBI A, No. 8808.
A. o. F.���The re
Lodge are l       o     lie Second
and Fourth Ti     I ch month
���    . m. in Ihe Oddfellows' H
ting  Brethren  are cordials   into i ".'mi.   k. <'. Firth, C. R-;
F. P, Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meel every Wednesdaj
at 8 O'clock p, m.. In Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Iir.:':,.-n are cordially invited to attend. J, S. Itrysnn, S. C.J J. McD.
Campbell, See.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
��� *rited Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Bti 11 Doing Business at the Old Stand.
W. McRAE,
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meet' On lhe First and
Third Tuesday of everj month In
K. of P. Hail. .lohn MeN'lven,
Chief; .1. .1. Forrester, Rec. See.
BOARD OF TRADE.���Now   Westminster  Board  ol   Trade  moots  in  tho
Board Room, City Hull, as follows:
Second Wednesdaj  of each month
Quarto.ly meetings mi the see "
Wednesday    of     February,    M .
August and November, at  S p. m.
Animal meetings   on   the   aei
Wednesday    of    February,
members   maj    be   proposed   an.
elected at any monthly or quarterlj
meeting.    A. ED. While, Ser.
Merchant Tailor j
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, Seot.cn ann Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Spring stock now ln.    Make vour
��� "lection.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of 'he city.
'CRAKE,   j
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of thi
businers in England with in years i ���
[..rience. I ater was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Rirk's business manager part Of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicatsjd watches cleaned, repaired.
made like new and adjusted.
Light and Heavy I laillillg        Charges Reasonable.
OrfU-o 'Phono 1SS,       Harn   tonne 137 ! Two Doors from Geo. Adarns Grocery
'Phone 101
RcichenbachCompany
Limited
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
We Cater to the Family Trade.
We have on sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
REICHENBACH CO.Ltd
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
tfPPLATES
n
��
?
Of  The  Highest  Order
Ws\Ws\\m\\\\\m\m\s\\
Our system of Gold Crown and Bridge
work is the best known to dentistry. We
defy contradiction. The bridge work
made by our system has never been surpassed. Our bridge and crown expert is
the highest salaried dentist in the west:
We have hundreds of testimonials to
prove these statements. Our prices are
about one half what you are accustomed
to pay.    They never change	
Bridge Work, per tooth -  $5.00
Gold Crowns       -       - $5.00
A Full Set of Teeth      - $5.00
Gold Fillings       -       - $1.00
Dentists, i
Hou 6 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember"the Place
407   Hastings   St. W.,   Vancouver
London, July 10.���The Earl of T
=  and   Kincardine,   lhe   honorary   presl-
.   today   opened   here    he   sixth
of  the  Ch .ne.i   -  of  Commerce   of   the   Empire.    About   200
delegates  were present,    In   welcom-
lng  them,  Lord  Elgin dwelt on the
Importance of the programme, which
Included   both  national  and   interna-
| lional,   political   and   financial   questions   of   the  most   far   reaching  importance, and expressed the hope
Uie r.-sult of the congress would tend
towards   further  uniting   the  empire,
An animated debate followed the '
i lon, which was Introduced
G.   E.   Druniuioii'l   on   behalf  of   the
Mom, 11 ide, in Bubstance
as follow   :
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"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line'1 Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
trains   in   the   service   on   any ' ': "   i;  ls '"  l!"   '""'
ad   in   the  world  that
equipment   that of the   Chicago,  Mil- should
ee  &  St.  Paul  Railway.     'I imating    such    an    arrangi
own  and  operate their own  sleep ,   ,     |Fe   iu   ���K,   ,-.,;., ,   K;,
and dining cars on alll their trains and   , , ,   . .       .
.,   ��� ,, colonies and dependencies  aatur-
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service  not  obtainable elsewhere. ourcea and   :'    l8trIea   wWch' if
doped, would be sufficient to pro-
II. S. ROWE. General Agent. vide the British empire wiib its food
i.34 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.  and all o ssaries and requirements for life."
"Be it therefore resolved, that this
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  congress   urges   upon   his   majesty's
British Columbia Coast Line          government   In   the   United   Kingdom,
Service.                             anj  in  the  various  colonies  and de-
                                 pendencies, the  -'ranting of preferen-
TIIV1E TABLE t'ltl treatment in their respective mar-
._, , . kets  on   a  reciprocal   basis,  each  to
tSubject to change wltnout    notice.,      .,
the other, believing that thereby the
ALASKA   ROUTE. bQnds  of unJon  wU]  bg  strengthened
Princess    May,   leaves   Vancouver.., and   the   British   empire   freed   from
June 25th. ; dependence  on foreign  countries  for
Princess Beatrice, leaves Vancouver, i food and other supplies."
July 1st. The   Indian  and    Lancashire   dele-
Princee^   may,   leaves   Vancouver  gates led the opposition to the propo-
July 7th. sal   for  preferential   treatment.
Princess Beatrice, leaves Vancouver, ��
July 13th. AT THE  HOTELS.
Princess    May,   leaves   Vancouver, j 	
July 17th. Guichon���Rev.   C.   Croncher.   Yale:
Princess Beatrice, leaves Vancouver,   It. McMurchie, Yale:  .Mrs. H. H. Ben-
July 25th. son    Nome;   R.   H.   Brown, ' Chicago;
Princess   May,   leaves   Vancouver,  A    H-   Wallbridge,   Vancouver;   P.   R.
Julv 31st. Brown   and   wife.   Viol  ria;    W.   T
Stackhouse.   Winnipeg;   C.   S,   Stephens,   Kamloops:     Mrs,   R,   Harknes .
Sarnia.   Ont.;    X.   A.   Harkness,   Katn-
Princess Victoria. ,     ...   H   F   Laflame, Toronto;  C. E.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1 p. m.  Mellish, Vancouver; E. A. Root, K
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER   Ind.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
s New Westminster al 7 a. m
n Wednesday aud Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Van lallj  except Sat
Colonial���Mrs.    Daughin    and
Calgary;   J.   R.   Terrall,   ciiy;   F.   .1.
Buckle and wlfi     ���      imo.
Windsor���s. .".   -        . Cloverdale;
A    Patterson,  Porl   Hi ney;   R.   We -
YV.   Wil
.... .      t irse,
Cosmopolitan���W.  I-I.  Vanetta, Ald-
urday aud Sunday al     :80 p. m. Sal   ergrove; J. W. Larrlman, Dublin,
land;   D.  McLean, Si
Beaton,   Cloverdah ;     D.    San ers n,
Barne::   P. Johns, Van-
2:30 p. m
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st, couver.
7th, 19th and 20th of each month foi Depot���H.   Hurst,   Seattle;   Charles
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic- Hewitt, Bellingham; William E. Lak-
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and lng, Cloverdale; Paul Stephens, Hazel-
way   points.  Leaves Victoria on  20th mere;     L.     Davis,     Mount     Vi
of each month for Cape Scott and way \y
points Including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
R. S. Plcken, Mission.
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thuradaj
and Friday at 3 p. m. and Saturday
at 2 p. in. with additional trip on Mon
day al  5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednes i t Thursday and Saturday at
7 a, in.; Friday at ll a. m. additional
trip  Saturday  5  p.   in.
UPPER   FRASER  RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   Westminster,  8   a.  in
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Bad  Indian  in Jail.
Sampson Allen, au Indian fisherman, whose home is at Rivers Inlel
was hroughi to Vancouver on the
steamer Camosun by Provincial Constable Sklllen yesterday and transferred to the provincial jail here to
await trial on b charge of attempted   llltl! dec.
Allen was Ashing for the Rivers
Inlet cannon and upon returning
home ou Wednesday last and after a
quarrel with his wile he drove her, at
the poini of a. knife, into a corner
of the room, where he slashed at her
several times, Inflicting sleep wounds
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at   on  her  shoulders  and  abdomen.    He
landings   between   New   Westminster i then left her, supposing thai she was
and Chilliwack. dead.     Oilier   Indians   in   the   village
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE. found  the  woman  and  carried  her to
mi
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at. 2 p. ni., 2nd
and 10th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure   are   approximate.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
RD. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
BJ. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROTTP,
General Sm.er'ntendeut, Victoria
W  H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight. Deyt,
New Westminster.
Dr. Large, the medical missionary,
who stitched the wounds. It was at
tirst feared thai the injuries would
prove fatal, bul the woman rallied
and on Saturdaj gave birth to a
:.-. .; . Constable Skillen took Allen
into custody an I he was oommitted
for trial. He will remain in custody
until the fall cilminal assizes Open.
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Investigation Resumed.
Cleveland, O.'. July 1(1.���The federal
grand jury today resumed the invi-.i-
ligation of alleged violations of interstate commerce laws by various rail-
ways and the Standard Oil Company,
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WEDNESDAY,  JULY
l1- 1906,
....CALL ON....
T.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
BAPTISTS GATHER AT
ANNUAL CONVKfflll
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Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -
Aiction
Sales
and more business L. our holiness.   I
I believe   that   the   church   is   in   need
of more business  methods now than
a: any previous time.
f   "When the twelve who were  to  he
a; "sties   were   chosen.     Christ    took
them  from all  ranks of life, in order
its power was not in faith but in God,   lo show that all clashes of men were
and it was not merely in Christianity   equally   well   adapted   to   the   service
: hut in Christ also thai the power of 'of    the    church.      The  Son  of  God
God was manifested.    Tlie experience   earned   His   bread   in   a   carpenter's
of   the  apostle   Paul   was   typical:   it   Shop   in   Nazareth.     In   these  days  it
was   not   Paul   but   the   spirit   of  the   seems to be  the  prevailing idea  that
| Lord within him that  was responsible   a man cannot be a successful business
j for the  things  winch   Paul   did.    The   man  and  a  Christian.    He can.    The
l personality of Christ  was a  very real   Bible is full of cases where the busi-
| thing to the apostles of old, and their  ness men were recruited from among
B. C.   ll(nv',r did not lay in their experience   the   most   earnest   Christians.     Take
_____   wiih   Him.   hut   in     Christ     Himself,   the   case   of   .Joseph   at   the   time   of
Their   message   was   that   there   was   the famine in the land of Egypt, and
salvation to be found ill God.    Every   Daniel   iu   after   years.     Both   were
tme saint has had experience of the   successful   l.usiness  men  and  devout
power of  Christ,  and   this  was  well | Chris'lans.
expressed in the words of George Fox,       "This  is  a  land  of early  manhood,
who   had   said.   "I   have   experienced  early resources and early history
God within me."
Faith was nothing but co-operation
with God, for as Christ enters into
the heart of man, the evil in him
must go out.    With Christ within us,
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MclNNES & KERR
Real [slate Brokers
and Auctioneers
Beg to announce that after
July 15th next they will be
prepared to conduct Sales of
Property, Farm Stock and
Household effects by
AUCTION OR
VALUATION
and while taking this opportunity of thanking their numerous patrons past and
present, would, by strict attention to their wishes, solicit a continuance of that
support and confidence in
this new  department.
Auction  and   Estate  Offices,
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
June, 1906.
: we became temples of the Holy Ghost.
In conclusion, he again quoted the
words of the apostle Paul, "1 live, yet
not I, hut Christ, who lives in me."
The sermon was followed hy a solo
contributed hy Mrs. .1. h. Burnette,
ol Vancouver, whicli was beautifully
rendered. A round of hearty applause
greeted the singer when she concluded the hymn. This was followed by
the feature of the evening, the president's address, given by C. S. Stevens.
Esq., of Kamloops. In part, he said:
"I am glad to see here this evening a represntative gathering of men
who are crowned with the grey hairs
thai represenl many years of wisdom,
and I am glad to think that they
have grown old in the service of the
Lord. If I were preaching I would
take for my text the words, "Seek ye
first the Kingdom of God,and all these
,, . .,,  ,       . ,    ,,. ,   isjiftnly one honest  party in politics.
things will be given unto you.     11 I
were a lecturer I would entitle my lec-
��� ture "the science of success, or believers and business in believers." Is
there any inconsistency in business
and in doing God's work at the same
In
this   province,  if a  professional  man
would keep abreast of the times, he
must take a professional course every
ftw  years, or else  he  will  find that
the  younger  element  is  outstripping
him.    There is  scarcely  an  old  professional   man   in   British   Columbia.
Of all the professional men, the one
with  the most opportunities is  without doubt the medical man, who can
diop a  word of comfort and hope at
a  time  when  it   will  be  received  aud
pondered   over.     The   kindly   nurses
a'so exert a great influence for good
o\er their  patients, and their opportunities for the telling of the love of
Christ  are innumerable.
"In   tbe   political   realm     we     find
yi ung   men   rapidly   coming   to   the
front.    Can a Christian be in politics
today?    I approach this phase of my
subject in fear and trembling, for the
political   situation   is   had   enough,   I
know,   for   I   have   seen     lhe     inner
1 fringe of the  politician.    I  ask  why
you do not/take a  more active part   KamloopSj for
ii-   the   politics  of  our  land.    There
Hardware
In selecting your hardware for your house, be
sure you get a good
lock. To stand the continuous wear and use
given it both the material and workmanship
must be good. Our line
comprises the best Canadian and American
makes. Call and examine our lines	
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General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our Specatlty.
Wood and Coal
Dealers
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telenhone lbu.
time'.' is it possible thai I can be in
business and at the same time remain an officer of a church? Can
I go to my business in the morning
and upon returning in lhe evening
say, "Father, I have done as thou
should have me do? Can I take God
into my business as my partner?
These are a few of the questions that
I   am   going   to   try   to   answer   this
and this the party that is out of power, and that wants to gel in, and as
soon as they get in the'other party
will be the honest one. it is a lamentable state of affairs, but it is true,
and the responsibility rests largely
upon you and me today.
"Of the young men in politics, how
many have gone out and come back
with garments unsoiled? It might be
written over the doors of the legislature and of the parliament the words
seen by Dante over the gates of
Hades, 'Abandon hope, all ye that enter here.'
"Christian Liberals, this is because
say, and I approach this task in fear
and .trembling, but I will answer
some of these questions at once from
my own experience. I think that we
need  more  holiness  in  our  business
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Here Is Your Chance!
Eighty acres of first-class land, situated on a good gravel road,
four miles from Westminster; 15 acres under cultivation; 7 acres of
good hay, now almost ready for   harvest.
Dwelling, 3 rooms, barn and stable and three new houses. This
is an extra good buy.
Burnaby Homes
I have a number of small  acreages adjoining Xew Wesl minster
on easy terms.   This property is extra well situated,
Xine acres of good soil near town.
THOS. R. PEARSON
evening.    I have spent many anxious
.    ... ,,        ,.    .   . T ���,     ,, i you have not pledged your candidate
moments in thinking of what I should '      ��
at the elections to the Lord of Lords.
Christian Conservatives, the responsibility ��rests with you for placing
such men in power. The forty-two
men in the parliament can do more
harm than any forty-two members of
a church can do good in their lifetime. And when 1 speak of the leg-
islature, I speak of the parliament
and of the city council at the same
time.
"The chief asset of the province
are the boys and girls of today who
are the men and womti of tomorrow.
The legislature to a large extent govern the destinies cf our children by
the laws th'-y make. It is the legislature which licenses the temptation.
You teach your daughters to grow tip
pure and undeflled, while the legislature allows vice to parade before her
Royal City Pish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
Next Daily News.
New Westminster, B. C.
Electric
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service Irom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
Service
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transrer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a. m. and 10 p. m.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���lb Minute Service, except between 12 and
2, and 5 and v, during wnich
hours the service wlll be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service naif-hourly between 8 a. m. and 11 p. m.
You Cannot Afford to Miss It
Our Farm
free on Application
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
t's the Talk
of the fertile
fraser Valley
It bristles with
interesting data on farming.
i It's a   mine���a
~~"""~~~~"���"���"" great mine of
useful information for people who
are thinking of investing in B. C.
farm lands.
It contains C.4 pages, likewise a
very comprehs'nsive map of New
Westminster district, and 32 views
showing fruit growing, haying,
dairying and mixed farming scenes.
It gives market prices of all
produce, weatherjstatistics, amount
of crop raised to the acre, etc.
YOU WANT
THIS
PAMPHLET
It will interest and entertain you.
F. J. HART ii Co.
LIMITED.
The Farm Land
Specialists
i.i silks and satins. They Iir-suise
'-��� mptations In the path of your sons
and allow pitfalls and snares to be
uug for them,
"In this glorious province we have
ail that nature could provide to make
man happy, If you want the finest
climate in the world, you must go to
in abundance of rain
travel to Vancouver, while for a ha i iy
medium Victoria an ! New Westminster are fo >.������- preferred. Notwith-
sl ���; ling ���hi in . .- thai ha ��������� I -n
taken out oi the mountains, ii is in-
finitesmal In comparison with whal
is left in the bosom of these mighty
mountains, and this is but a part of
the wealth of the "lovince.
"It is scarceij three decades since
the pioneers came to this province,
but we have no tirae to look back
upon the hi ;'���'������>��� of the land. The
tpiestion is what part are you going
to take in wilting of the future of
the province. Wu need Christian men
in every wa'.-; of 'Mi and it appears
to me that there never was a time
in the hist i -y i ; ibe world when
true men of character were at a
greater premium than they are today.
We need more preachers, but we also
need more business men whose lives
will be six sermons from Monday
morning to Saliir.;,1;, l.ight. Instead
of having prayers .mumbled in the
legislature by a clerk we should have
forty-three pn.jiug members in the
house.
"If we had the papers of Vancouver, Victoria ,New Westminster, Nelson and the Family Herald and Weekly Star ranged on our side, the Lord's
Day observance act would be .receiving a very different reception at the
present time. If the managers and
editors of these papers were good
Christian men we would not have
them trying to burk the passing of
the bill. Truly, we are handicapped
by having these men at the head of
ths- papers. What can be done when
so few papers are willing to support
the bill?
"We have too many among us al
the present time who are preaching
th" Fatherhood of (lod who have not
learned the brotherhood of man, Too
many people are prayin; to 'Our
Father in Heaven" who cannol see
cur brother on earth. Too many are
singing 'I wish I were an angel'
who if they were angels would be too
lazy to flap their wings. The opportunities and the responsibilities today are so many for the furtherance
of the Kingdom Of God thai there is
no excuse for anyone being idle, bin
llis is a theme that 1 must leave to
my friends of the cloth, for they will
know how to handle it better than I
can.
"Let me say in conclusion that the
need of British Columbia is the need
of the world. We need Christ in the
home, in the political and in the
business life."
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BIG   SALE    OF
Summer Muslins
NOW ON AT COLLISTER'S
Over 100 pieces of Muslins. Ginghams,   Cotton.   Delaines,   I',,
are being sold at greatly reduced   prices   this   weel:.    Our
these good- is heavy and we want   to   send   them  out   of  the
quick.   They will quickly And their way out at these greatly red
prices.
See   what   we    are   Offering
1 st Lot at 1 Oc per yard
This  lot  contains close  on  to t'.hO yards of Fancy Colored Dress
.Muslins,  Ginghams,   White   Muslins, etc.  and for good washing qualities and satisfaction of wear t hey  cannot   lie  beat.    In the lo
values from 12^0 to o0c per yard.     We   clear   these   now   10.
yard.
2nd Lot at 1 5c per yard
This lot is mane up of qualities ot goods regula. values of which
run from 20c to 35c per yard, There are Foulards, Colored Swl s
and  Fancy  Gingnams.    .'.   large selection at this price.
3rd Lot at 20c per yard.
This lot contains Plain and Fancy   Novelties  in   Ginghams,   Black
Grenadines, Cotton Delaines, Satin  Stripes, etc.,  and  contains  regular values worth from 25c to 4<ic per yard.
4th Lot at 25c per yard.
There is not as large a selection at this price, but good  va
represented in every piece in ths-   lot.    There   are   White   Ve.-i:.
Colored  Organdies,  Fancy  Voili -   Applique   Muslin, etc.    We do n
claim thai  all the  pieces are ��   rth 50c per yard, but the valu
the lot  run from  30c to 50c  pi      ard,   The loi  to clear at 25
yard.
These opportunities do not co   ������ every  day, so seize  this chair
of  buying  seasonable  goods  al little prices.
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Deering and Frost & Wood All Steel
Tedders
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Rakes
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MOWERS���Our Giant Frame Mower beats  them  ali  for Btrength
and easy cutting.
Auction Sate at Market Every Friday.
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them and can guarantee to save you'money and give you better satisfaction than you can get in any other place. For instance, a good body
Brussels, paper for underneath, sewed and laid i'or one dollar a yard up.
Old carpets taken up, cleaned and relayed for ten cents
have the largest stock and the linest show rooms and the
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executive officers of the Mutual Life
Insurance Company responsible for
the conditions which prevailed in that
organization prior to the year 1!)05
remain in the service. All practices
and methods of doubtful propriety
have been prohibited, and responsibility of officers has been definitely
fixed.
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Croker, a young fanner, was drowned
in the lake near here on Sunday.
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of London, Enc
$20;000,000
The National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dec. 31st, 1809 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,964.60
1900 Assurance in force $1,792,500. Premiums $ 62,605.96
1901 "    "     2.554.904.        "    92.029.80
1901
1902
1903
1904
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4,509,754.
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