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VOU'MK 1. NUMBER 10!��
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phet is Avenged
Tragic Sequel to the Acquittal of the Murderer of Creffield
Is Suddenly F tacted in the Union Station in
Seattle- Avenger Arrested.
Bi    tie, July   12.���George  Mitchell,
;:.      i nt Is    who   recently   shot   and
killed I'r.in/, Esmond Creffield. a Holj
Etollei prophet, and was acquitted of
barge of murder on a  plea  ol
ty,  was  today  Bhol   and   killed
: j   his  sister   Esther  in  the  Bi    I
! station,
Miti hi 11    oined Holy
i,    er Bed al Coi vails, Ore., and
II be mosl  ardeni ol Creffield i
ers.     Whi ���   her   brother   pur-
��� de   ��� ',:. :   of the  .Inly  K
Si   ttle and shot him in the s reet,
Ieaded in lon thai  Cre
Bi ]    li   i le !   .''i !   ������ :   ngi I   his
Gei   -���    M:;    ��� icquitted   on
|; ler on Tuesday, and
nearly   all   ol iwin he
|i in Se-
;lng housi      S
ii    ti
Creffield, and would nol have anything
to do with her brother.
She was finally found, however, and
came to the railroad station to see
hei three brothers, Gei 'ge, Perry and
Fred, off to their home In Oregon.
The brothers and --? ��� were sitting on a bench in I tion waiting room, talking an 1 on
the bi     'f terms,
When    ih"   Oreg arrive 1
Ge irge    nose   and    sti    ��� I   for   the
door.     At    this    moms nl -:-������ i
ed to  his  elds     a I      in lng a
Iver al   hi.-  bead  firi I     ���   fatal
before any one else in the
1 what was li
Miss Mitchell was arrested sho
after the Bhooting.
Perry   and   Fred   M
i i    as    witm ssi b.      I hi
fi m i   togel bi :   on  a   bei   b,     ibbinj
iui Iei -
iapt.    Forrest    of   Vancouver    MaK.es    Speeches, Music, Sports. Bathing, etc..
Five���Scotland W ns .; e Mac- Makes  Up a  Most  Enjoyable
Kirsnon Cup. Programme.
iii-'. . Camp, J s 12.���In a strong
tn : ., - wln<J : '- afternoon Si
M,.jor Caven, ol Victoria, made nine
Buiis'-eyes in the A icKinnon cup
latch at linn yards, iii- score was
i, 5, 3, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5���48. Capt.
iTorrest, ol   Vi In   the  ��  a
batch made fivi ills'-i fee hie bci re
being i i. 5, I, -I. 5, 3, 5, 5, 5���43.
rhe i' her scores were [air.
nd  wi 'i t ie MacKinnon chal-
lengi      ip  today.    The scores  were:
cotland,  1,445;   England, 1,420;  Ci n-
Ida.  1,376,                               - ,
, 0	
Water for Klondike.
i ��� n, duly 12.���J. C Noi'. mem-
pei of the Dawson, bar, wno ��� turned
Irom Ottawa a few days ago, reports
that the big company fur the installation ol the gianl water system for
the Klondike has been Incorporated.
luidon capital has been secured to
jl ., the company. The watei has
peen applied for on the upper Klondike by Palmer Bros., who are associated  with other Klondikers.
Mr.  Noel   will   remain  here  for the
season, and  perhaps longer.
��� o	
Thaw's Trial.
New Yor t, July 12.���K was re] ed
might thai it la the intention ol Dis-
trict Attorney Jerome to put Harrj
[Thaw on trial the firsl Monday in
Dctober for  the  a 9 I
Careless With Revolver.
Winnipeg, July 12.���The careless
handling of a revolver by a els tl; in
second-band store today nearly terminated in a fatality. The firearm
was discharged, and the bullet shattered the clerk's band and struck a
i, ii e on the further side of the
About two hundred Orangemen left I
yesterday morning on a special C. P.
R. train at 6:20 a. m. ts i Ibl otsl i d,
and were joined by about 400 more
from other points, who elel ated the
day In their company. The picnic
was beld on a farm on the shores
of the lake, where all arrangements
for the celebration bad previously
been made. The la les ol Abbotsford
were out in full force and vied with
each other in entertaining ibe iris-
A programme of races and Caledonian spur;.- wa.s Indulgi 1 in, while a
large number enjoyed the bathing fa-,
cllitles. In the afternoon addresses
were delivered by well known speak-
i ;s. Rev. Mr, Kidd delivered an address of welcome on behalf of Abbotsford. William Dunlop, of the
grand lodge of British Columbia was
in the chair. Other speakers included
Rev. A. .1. Brace, James Calvert of
Mission City, R. H. Cairns, Aid. Gar-
ratt and Rev. Henry Wilson.
Leslie's life and drum band accom-
; panied the New Westminster Orangemen, while music was also supplied
by the Mission City brass band and u
fife and drum band from Chilliwack.
Continuous music was supplied
throughout the day, and a mosl enjoyable time was spent. The party
lefl for home again at 6:20 p, m��� arriving here about 9 o'clock. Mr.
Cooksley accompanied the picnickers
: i : tool Beveral photos ��� I groups and
it j   of Interesl   In  the    n< '
ho id.
Fatal  Accident  in   Mine.
L'hetford Mines, Que., July 12.���Alex
Paridis, 43 years of age, was Instantly   killed;   Thomas   Poulni,  22  years
of age, fatally injured, and Hudger
Dubries, 1!> years old, seriously injured this morning by a fall of loose
reck in the King's asbestos mines.
All are married men.
London, July 12.���The Congress of Chambers of
Commerce of the Empire this morning unanimously
adopted a resolution moved by J. E. Ellis, of Toronto, and seconded by F. H. Matthewson, of Montreal,
that the British government adopt rates of postage
to encourage the circulation of British newspapers
and periodicals in all parts of the empire and thus
promote trade unity.
The congress also adopted a resolution advising
that colonial postofnees of the empire adopt uniform
rates of parcel post.
A resolution was adopted requesting the imperial
government to devise means whereby cable and telegraph news to and from all parts of the empire
would be furnished entirely through imperial channels.
The tax imposed by some colonies on commercial
travellers came up for discussion and a motion to have
it abolished was carried.
A resolution by Col. Pontan, Belleville, advocating that the consular service of the empire be supple-
' mented by the appointment of intercolonial commer-
\ cial agencies, the colonies to bear cost, was carried.
A resolution that Newfoundland  and the West
Indies be brought into the Canadian confederation
was withdrawn at the instance of the delegates from
Australia, West Indies and New Zealand,  who objected that the question was beyond the functions of
the congress.
A resolution by C. N. Bell, Winnipeg, recording
the opinion of the congress that British emigrants
should settle in British colonies, was carried.
Scheme for Erection   of   College   is   Outlined ���Delegates
Ask Support   for   Provincial   University ���Prof.
Kierstead Disapproves of Secular Idea.
The  question  of the erection  of a   of  British  Columbia  be requested to
I new college by the Baptists was fully   se< aside one-fourth of all public lands
i discussed   yesterday   morning   at   the
| convention    in     the    Olivet     Baptist
i church. Rev. A. J. Saunib rs, who
bad taken an active part in the preparation of the plans for a building,
.-poke at length on the project, and
, said that a site had been offered to
! the Baptists at Summerland by James
Ritchie,   who
in the province, to be known as adu-
cational lands, the proceeds of the
sale or lease of such lands to be devoted to the maintenance and promotion of secondary and university
education within the province, and
further resolved that a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the minister of
education, requesting him to take ac-
had   offered  $20,000  to- tion in reference thereto, and that  a
wards   the   building   fund.    The  bus- committee of three or more of   the
tenation of the college would be the educational board  wait upon th min-
ba   :���-'   to   meet,      ii   this   could   be Ister to urge that  such policy be at
overcoi               plan  whereby shares o.ice Ina igu ated.
Runaway   Results and   Little  Child   Is
Knocked Dcwn on Begbie
Attraction   at   Queen's   Park   on
urday to Be Enlivened by
The sudden sprinkling of water over
a horse's legs caused a runaway yesterday afternoon on Columbia and
Begbie streets. A horse and delivery
cart belonging to the Pacific Meat
Market were standing in front of the
store when the street sprinkler came
along, and passing too e-ose to the
standing horse sprinkled a liberal
quantity of water over him. This so
startled the horse that he bolted at
full speed down the street, finally
! turning into Begbie street
Ai a meeting of the executive committee of the New Westminster lacrosse club, held in H. Ryall'a office
last evening for the purpose of discussing arrangements for the match
whicli is to be played with the Vancouvers at Queen's park on Saturday
afternoon, it was decided to engage
the Citizens' band to furnish music.
Arrangements were quickly made with
hte business man of the musical 01-
ganization and a band of fiften pieces U* WHS jeft over
is promised for the occasion. The
band will play a couple of selections
A little child who happened to be i
standing  in  the  -ire.-   was  knocked  on  Columbia  street  before  preceding
��� to the park, where it will discourse
music between the quarters of the
The question of referees will be de-
���;.|"1   this   morning.      .   suould   have
I een des ided  lour   I    s ago, br.-, the
representatives of the opposing ti
were unable to reach an agreement.
Unless they agree by 0 o'clock this
Litigants Agree. morning President Welsh   vill exercise
In the case of Band vs. Peen, tried   his perogative and select two refen i -
at   Mission on Wednesday  before His ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Honor W. Norman Bole, the disputed
point being alleged damage thnt bad
down, but happily i - a ��� ed Injui j.
The  runaway  was  finally  stopped
in ar tiie Salvallon An ,. . ks, a
��� '   smokestack   lying   across   the
��� it affectively checking the hoi -������'-
wild   race.     Nu   damage   was  done  I I
' the horse or carl.
'���: $100, payable lo per cent, each
year, could be promised, r'ive hundred of these shares woaid be enough
o i-i. the work being started. Xo
definite vote was taken on the ques-
��� tion, but the genera: sympathies of
the Baptists present at ihe convention     as -' ��� ngly in favor of the col-
T'ne report of the education board
v.as presented by Rev. A. .1. Pineo.
who in the course of a few remarks
commended the action taken by .>ir.
Saunders'in connection with the uui'.d-
liig of a college. The following rs io-
T.ition was submitted:
"Whereas,  as  we  as  a  convent: in
recognize our obligation to encourage
and promote in all possible ways the
means  for  general  education  in  our
provinces, and. whereas, through the
devoted generosity of a  number    of
brethren    in    Summerland  and elsewhere, and through the zeal of Rev.
A. J. Saunders in organizing and promoting the work, lands have been donated   and   pledges   of  financial   sup-
porl have been given in order that a
school of learning may he established
under Baptist influences and control;
resolved, that this committee gratefully accept the proffered resources with
��� the  responsibility   of  organizing  and
'��� managing through its education board
1 such school or schools as may be pos-
; sible   without   pledging  the   property
ior credit of the convention."
The resolution will be discussed at
this morning's session.
A   deputation   consisting  of  Judge
Henderson,    Mr.    Cowan    (barrister,
Vancouver)., and Dr. Pierson was introduced   to   the   session.     All   three
i addressed the convention on the need
io*'  higher education  in the  province,
i and proposed the establishment of a
provincial university.   After some dis-
i cussion the  following resolution  was
moved, but,  with  the  preceding one,
for decision until a
later date:
"Whereas, the steady advance of
educational standards necessitates
that better and more extended provision should be made for the higher
education of the youth of this province; resolved, that this convention
��� Itself in favor of the immediate establishment of a provincial
examining nivei Blty wit h w
oolle ��� ���    ��� ��� province, al temp
ing university work could become affiliated, and   resolvi '   that  this  con-
irom among the official hunch.
_ ���o-
\Only One Voice Raised
For Beauty of Niagara
Niagara Falls, N. Y., July 12.���Ap-
Iplicalion was made by ...e Canadian
Power Company to be allowed to
transmit 2!iX,ooo horsepower from its
[plants to the United States. The
|Burton bill allows only 160,000.
Horace J. MaeFarland, of Harris-
burg, Pa., president cf the American
Civic Association, was the only speak-
���sr at the hearing who touched upon
Hie question of preserving the scenic
fceauty of the falls.
Secretary Tafl visited all the power plants lhis afternoon in order to
gain personal knowledge of the conditions, He left for Washington tonight.
Power From Niagara.
Toronto, July 12.���It. is definitely
settled that power from .Niagara Palls
will be delivered In this city hy October 1 to supply the street railway
and for power and lighting purposes.
lieen done to the land of the plaintiff
by the erection of a fence, the parties to agree lo leave the matter iu the
hands of his honor as arbitrator.
Judge Bole got both parties to agree
that each of them should fence up an
equal portion of the land and notify
the arbitrator when they had done so,
when he would visit the premises to
ascertain what damage had been done
if any.
Hamilton Tragedy.
Hamilton, July 12.���Magistrate Jeffs
has remanded Alex McDonald until
tomorrow without;} bail. He is held
on a charge of aggravated assault,
imt this may be changed to manslaughter, as the man he kicked,
Andrew McGarvey, died after the in-
fiirmation was laid.
Bees Captured.
The firemen at No. 1 hall have been
'��� presented with a swarm of bees which
was captured by the employees of the
creamery   yesterday   morning.     The
vention is in favor of tlie establishment as soon as practicable of a
teaching university supported and
conducted by the provincial government,  resolved   that   the  government
Religion  in  Children.
The  af ernoon  session was opened
Rev.  H. 3. West, who conducted
t'ae "Half-hoar With the Word."    He
v ig followed by Mr. James Edmonds,
oi  Portland, Ore., who spoke on the
religious   aspects   of   childhood.     He
handled his theme in a masterly manner, and for close on an hour he kept
the attention cf the audience riveted
upon him.    The  report of the B. Y.
P. U. wi , a lopted after i ertain discussion.    The following are the chief
features   of   the/ report:     A   general
rally  was held during the past year
at Victr'ria.   The condition of the society was about the same as the previous   years,  and.  new   societies  had
been formed at Nelson, Nanaimo and
at Fairview church, Vancouver.    The
report  very highly  praised the work
of ths recently organized B. Y. P. U.
Association, whieh comprised the local
association, as well as the sister societies   ot   Vancouver    At   uie   rally
held in Victo-?'a it had been proposed
to form a pn vincial society, and the
report  endorsed the recommendation.
Ycung  People,
next    speaker    was    Rev.Dr.
of   Toronto,   who  spoke   upon
to   teach   young   people."    He
;.t   length   upon   his   own   ex-
pjeriences in the matter, and instanced
ihe   work   done   by   him  in   Toronto.
His ide l was ihat to keep the young
people  ini-rested   they  must   be  put
te  work   aid  that  was the plan he
fcdlowe 1,  settiLg  his  class of  young
men   to   conducting   a   boys'   service
every Sunday morning.    His address
was  closely  followed,    and    bristle 1
with helpful hints for those interested in young people's work. . .^f
Address on   Education. . ���'
At the evening session the opening
sxercises were conducted by Rev. H.
W. Piercy.   This was followed by an
address on education by Rev. Dr. C. B.
Parker,  of Winnipeg.    He  spoke  on
the necessity of instructing the young
">le   in   tne   religious   truths,   and
said  almost  every  one  has  come  at
some   time   or   oilier   under   the   influence  of the  power of Cod.    Even
Bradlaugh, tht   greatest of all English
infidels, bud o ice been a member of
a Bible cl  --. le t he had drifted away
truth.    The Bible suould be
, ughl   in  the  schools,    and    taught
there every day.    When this is being
' ne  there Is a possibility that men
will   begin  leading   better  and   purer
' lives.     Mail   was   a   creature   of   im-
-, pulses, and unless trained in infancy
(Continued on Page Eight.)
New Insurance.
Toronto,  July   12.���Manager    Hew    w^ _,    j ���        _
ton, of the Insurance department of \ bees were resting on the market piles
the Canadian Manufacturers' Assocla- j wnen  a  box  was  placed  over  them,
tion, says two members of the asso- j ani) tney were made prisoners.   They p _���_	
ciati'on have signed agreements with - wlll  be tllken t0 capt. Esplin's resl-   a dispatch from the
Halifax, July 12.���Four members of
the army service corps who were ar-
  rested last week for refusing to go to
the  insurance branches ot the asso-   flence  to  keep  company    wdth    .he   minister at San Salvador. I work when requested are to be court-
: elation, which will be doing bnsim a   swarm he captured a couple of weeks :    The dispatch stated tnat Regalador   martialed.    The charge, it is  under-
In a few weeks. [ ago on Calumbia. street. , was  killed  in  the last movement of I stood, will be mutiny.
Salvadorean Leader
Slain on Battle Field
Washington, D. C, July 12.���Regal-i the Salvadorean troops against the
ador, former president of Salvador, j Guatemalans, but did not indicate
and   the  leader   of   the   Salvadorean ; what the result of the battle was.
troops  in   the   present   conflict   with :  o- *
Guatemala,   was   killed   in   battle   to- | Court-Martial ut Halifax.
The   announcement   of   his   death
reached the state department through
United    States
a ���
Grizzlies and Black Bears Are Plentiful���Black    Wolf   Is   Brought
Into Camp.
Lillooet,  July   9.���There   has   been
wry Utile change in the mining as-
peci dining the las' month or so.
Work is going ahead on the Lorne.
The owners have already sen: one
cleanup lo the bank.
Development work on placers still
goes on at Alexander creek. Horseshoe Bend and the old Vancouver enterprise on  Cayoosh creek
Experts have been in to visit two
���r three quartz propositions, and one
deal has already gone through on
Bridge river.
The   dredge   on   Hors'ebeef   bar   is [
wo  ..',.  i rerj   daj   now.  thi   repairs
b:u  un .. . wenl last \\ Intel pu    ng hei
in i bandli   2,        .... daj
wit!      nj   stoppag    .      further repairs.    Foi        tin i
: ���    ,     .    of woi
a,1.1  i          fhere  wen
sand  i ; . Is piled In  the  vi inil  .   iu
... I   ;    he *In I v,
that  direction.
Coun ,.   i om t was      id Ith.
Judgs   . [i nderson presld   I.    fin
h ei e   i 'hair vs. Su hi   lai   , 1 hair vs.
'.. ,   i    is, I Iherrj  \ s. Ma , i hi .
vs. See Huig Lung, E igb - ..- rs. J hn-
son. All were su ts foi le it, and the
plaintiff  gol   judg In   all   ol   the
J. P, Babcock, provincial fishery
commissioner, came In on tonight's
siage. A few sockeye have been
caught iu the river during the past
week, so there is a prospect of operations commencing a: the hatchery
Hunting parties have been verj ic-
cessful this year. Four grizzlies and
quite a number of bear have been
brought in.
Some of the town buys were out
also, and have enough bear yarns now |
for the whole of next winter. One of
Ihem wounded a very big grizzly and
followed him ter a couple of days.
Another brought In a black wolf, an
animal not often seen in these parts,
.1. Russel, deputy game warden, has
returned from the Upper Bridge river. He says that no Chilcootins are
hunting there this year,
We have been having a rerj hoi
spell, the thermomete going tu 104
in the shade.
VTorlf of the Wndrrs nml  She  lllifm
en   She Baltic Sen.
The poor people who earn a prgcarl
ous livelihood by gathering amber on
the shores of tbe Baltic sea work only
in the roughest weather. When th
wind blows in from the set. as ir often
does with terrific violence, the b iwldera
are tossed and tumbled at the bol i
ami great quantitisjs of sea wrack am
washed up on Uio beach. This I I
harvest of the waders, for bidden In
the roots and branches of the seaweed
lumps of the precious gum may be
In other parts of the coast divers go
crawling ou the bottom of the sea foi
the lumps of amber hidden In seaweed
and under rocks. It ls believed that
once a great pine forest flourished here
where the great billows roll and that
amber in the gum exuded from the
trees, of which not a vestige remains.
The finds are very variable. Tbe largest piece known, weighing eighteen
pounds, is In the Royal museum In Ber
Iln. The usual Cuds range from luiup.-
as big as a man's head to particles llk<
grains of sand. The larger pieces are (
found jammed in rocks or In tangles oi
marine vegetation. Divers work from
four to five hours a day in all si I ns
except when the sea Is bl icked with
Ice. The work ls so arduous that thej
are bathed In perspiration even In thi
coldest weather. For all their grinding
(.���;: the Snmland natives are hi ppy in
their wnj and Increase and mull iply :,-
in more favored regh i s of the i... '..
Il"�� (IT.    an    I   '-M   !'���-    lllillill  r*.
The East India company In their attempts to make headway in India were
signally Indebted In various stages of
tlielr progress to humble practitioners
In medicine. It was In consequence of
a cure effected on the fav irlte daughter
of one of the Mogul emperors that tbey
had first been allowed a footing iu Bengal.
Later still, in the year 1715, a medical man named Hamilton, as a reward
for curing the reigning emperor of an
illness, obtained for the company a
grant of three villages near Madras, a
permission to purchase thirty-seven
townships In Bengal and the privilege
of introducing ami conveying their
merchandise from Calcutta through
Bengal without duty or search.
The footing thus gained aud the accompanying patronage and encouragement enabled the East India company
to make such progress as to cut out all
foreign rivals. So England, through
the company, gradually obtained full
sway over India.���London Mail.
J    S.   Emerson   Is   Still   a   Winner   in
the Log Seizing
.1. s. Emi rson ha non  bested
the provincial govi in a legal
bout,   and   the   goi pays   the
costs.    In the appeal rson vs.
Skinner, In which R. J. Sl ii ner,
vinci   .     imhei    .:.- .    v  uc i i
ver, appealed aj lin on ol
Chiel Justice  Hunter, -.    i refused to
sel   .   Ide a  writ   ol   n      vii     i    in
by   Mi.   Emi rson,   the   fu irt
Vlctoi t yes ter la ��� handi t down
ci   on unanim i
; eai w li b i osts,
li  is understood  on  goo I auth
thai   I       di i        ���;
works,   v rea '
Skin::--:,  will  can
Th      i tion arosi   i
Of   thi     pa     .: :    n!
bill . ���
i.i.-a ses  lon of the local leg
I lon. R, r Qrei n, i    ami - -. in -.
of land - and works. A pi ovisi in of
this bill "as thai all li gs cut under
band     - lies ..-i i   i. .-   he manu-
fas t are! in the province of British
Columbia. Prior to th - passage of the
act M:. Emerson b i I sei ured
ten or fifteen million feet of logs cut
under :, .:, I loggei -' icei ses and he
proposed to export them, claiming thai
the act v.as not retroactlv -.
Learning of his  purpose,  Mr.  Skinner, acting on  Instructions  from  the
department   at   Victoria,    seized     the'
log*.    Then Mr. Emerson, through his !
lawyer,   Mr.  Taylor,  of  Taylor,   Brad-1
burn & lnnes, secured an order of replevin on the logs.    The government
appealed before Chief Justice Hunter
to have the writ of replevin se; aside.
He  dismissed  the  appeal  with  costs.
Not satisfied with the decision of
tlie chief justice, the governmenl to ik
an appeal to the full couri, with the
result  mentioned.
Modern   Greek   Fire.
"Marine torches" are the direct descendants of the (Jrsiek flre of the ancients, though the modern torch is used
for defense rather than offense and
prevents the surprise of a fleet throng!:
the silent, approach of an enemy.
It consists of an aluminium cylinder
used ns a projectile. On being tired
from a gun it produces no result until
it falls Into the sea. In its interior it
contains stores of calcium phosphide
and calcium carbide. The former produces phosphiireted hydrogen on contact with water, which ignites spontaneously and also ignites the acetylene !
gas liberated from the carbide through
the action of the water. Enough of the
chemicals is contained to last, for ten
hours, and a few of these torches
thrown to the points of the compass
from which attack might be expected
would leave the defenders in obscurity.
while not permitting the euemy to ap
nroach  _
i.iiuii-ii Cream s heeae.
Very thick cream ls poured carefully
into a linen bag and this hung up, with
a basin underneath to catch the whey,
in a cool room or cellar. The air in the
room must be pure, as the cream easily
absorbs odors. Wh��n the whey is partly drained off, the Lag is twisted tight
and bound so as to dry tbe curd more.
Then, after twenty-four to forty-eighl
hours, according to temperature and
die consistency of the cream, tlie
'���cheese" is ready to eat and may be
molded as desired. This "English
cream cheese" is hardly cheese, as nc
rennet is used. Perhaps it should be
called a "sour cream curd."
Slhin  Tree*.
Even the trees in Geauga county,
0��� are full of wealth. Dwlght Hues
and  Edgar  Saber  of   Huntsburg  cul
down an old elm tr luring the tir-t
week of December In whieh wer" two
coons, a swarm of bees and two pails
of honey.   The ti  was also valuable
for its timber.���Gardening.
$10 and $12 Suits Will Be Sold Today For
Men's Regular $15.00 Suits
Boy's Regular $2.50 and $3.50 Suits
Men's Balbriggan Underwear
Men's Light Over shirts
Men's Socks       -
For Only $10.00
-      For Only $1.50
25 Cents Per Garment
25 Cents Each
4 Pairs For 25 Cents
Don't Miss This Big Opportunity
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F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, 11. C. TRIDAY, JUNE   13,  1906
| Things Happen
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to almost every, resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
Synopsis ol Regulations ior Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be pur-
:h -cd at Sio per acre for soft coal
and ,?2o for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
.dual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the g
QUA"RTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and j int -tock com-
pnniec holding free miners' certificates
may  obti.in entry ior  a  mining loca-
in partnership hy filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same t.-eek, gulch or river, by
giving notice and  paying a fee.
Work   must   be   done   on   a   claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been
abandoned,  anad open to occupation I height
and entry by a free miner. i throne.
Berths on their sleepers are longer
Dnrllnif an  It  Wan In Frnr.ce In   flu
Time uf lilrhellca.
The passion for dueling, which had
cost Frame, it was said, between
7,000 and S.0U0 lives during the twentj
years nf Henry IV.'a reign, was at ita
when his son came to the
Tii. council of Trent in 1546
'tad solemnly condemned tin," practice
higher and wider than in similar cars I of  slngje eombat,   Impartially  Includ
Ihey   protect   ing principals, seconds and spectators
A free miner s certincate is granted
for one or mi re years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7-50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of,
the line of the lode, o'r vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
ditional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least J'C'O must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to tlie
mining recorder in lieu there":'. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
tor may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission  may be granted by  the
Minister   oi   the    Interior   to   locate |
claims c( ntaining iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an j
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The   patent  for  a  mining location,
shall  provide   for  the   payment   of  a
R   y Ity of 2!< per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of   the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
ihe  N.  W.  T���  excepting the  Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally   are  100  feet  square,  entry   fee
$5, renewable yearly.     On the North
Saskatchewan  River claims are either
bar  or  bench,  the   former   being   100
feet long and extending between high j
and low water mark.     The latter in-
eludes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill  or bank, not!
exceeding   iooo   feet.      Where   steam
power  is  used  claims   200  feet  wide j
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
' and the N. Wr. T��� excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may ob-"]
'��� tain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renew- ���
able in the discretion of the Minister
of  the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
��� placer mining.
Placer  mining in  the   Yukon  Ter-
! ritory���Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
claims   shall  not   exceed   250   feet   in
length, measured on the base line or
: general   direction   of  the    creek     or
gulch, the width being from  iooo to
I 2000   feet.     All   other   placer   claims
' shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of 1000 feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative  leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dTedge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each, five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for 1 term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per miie
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
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
their trains by the  Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
j defined absolutely by having a survey
made   and   publishing   notices   in   the
Iffici !   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Do-
1 minion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
: Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may re-
-��� rve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery or  the land to be '
prospected, an area cf 1920 acres for
such   period   as  he   mr.y  decide,  the
length of which shall not exceed three ;
times the breadth.     Should the pros- j
pector   discover  oil   in   paying   quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an  area  not  exceeding 640
acres,  including the  oil well,  will  be
sold to the prospector at the rate of;
t Its penalty of excommunication.   In
'��������� 1 an edict of Henry pronounced the
"damnable custom of dueling Introduced by the corruption of the een
tury" to be the cause of so many plte
ous accidents, to the extreme regret
uml displeasure of the king and to the
irreparable damage of the state, "that
we should ciiunt ourselves unworthy
to hold thc scepter if we delayed tc
repress the enormity of this crime."
A whole series of exlicts followed tc
'. ������ same effect, but it was easier to
make edicts than to enforce ihem.
Degradation, Imprisonment, conflscc
tion of property, loss of civil rights
and death were the penalties attached
to the infringement of the laws againsl
dueling, und slill the practice prevailed. In 1626 Richelieu published a
milder  form  of prohibition.   The  first
$1 an acre, and the remainder ef the , offense was no longer capital, a third
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre, I
subject to royalty at such rate as may1
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister of the  Interior.
Dept. Interior.
Trains & Steamers
Leave Xew Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 19.10 daily.
X. Vv'. 7.25, Ar.  Seattle 15.50.
Seattle, 12.30;   Ar. X W. 20.20.
X.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
X.   W.   9.15,   10.30,   19.10,   20.20.
only of the offender's property was to
be confiscated, and the Judges were
permitted to recognize extenuating cir-
eUliistlUuM s.
a few months later the Comta de
BoutevUle thought tit to test the niin-
1 ter's patience In this direction. The
l :.. e Royale had lung been a favorite
dueling ground, and in- Bouteville
traveled from Brussels to tight his
twenty-second duel here, in the heart
'. Paris, in deliberate defiance of the
Ling's authority. The result was nut
encouraging. Montmorency though he
was, the count went with his second
3 'lie scaffold, and the marked decrease from that time in the number
uf duels may be attributed either to
the moderation used in framing the
law or to the inexorable resolution
with Which it was enforced.���Macmil-
lan's Magazine.
Lv. Xew Westminster 6.30 a. m.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. X. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle li' p tn
Lv. Seattle 8.30 a.m.; ar. X. W. '������ p.m
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. X. W. 9.35.
V.,  W.  & V��� VAXCOTJVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p.m. and 9.35 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m,
W.  9.20  a.m.;   ar.  Guiehoi
Lv.   X.
2.20 p.m.
Lv.   Gu
9.35 p.m.
Mondays onlv.
hon  2.40  p.m.;   ar.  X.   \V
Roguery is the last of trades.
Without cheating, no trading.
Every fox praises his'own tail.
A debt is adorned by payment.
A good beginning is half the work.
Every little frog is great in his own
Trust in God, but do uot stumble-
Go utter two wolves aud you will not
catch even one.
If (ijii doesn't forsake us, the pigs
will not take us.
The deeper you hide anything the
sooner you find it.
Be praised not for your ancestors,
but for your virtues.
Send a pig to dinner and he will put
his feet on the table.
Wed. Frid. 8 a.m
Th., Sat., 7 a.m
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and S a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. rn.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
From X. W. Mon.
Frbm  Chwk.  Tu.,
From X. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S n.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 n.m
From X. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. iFri. 6 a.m.i
Add. trip Saturday, 5. p.m.
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Hops   In   Knsrland.
The English were taught the uses of
hops by a native Artois. who introduced them into England in 1524. They
met with some hostility, for physicians
represented them as unwholesome, and
parliament was petitioued against them
as a "wicked weed." In 1528 their use
was prohibited under severe penalties.
Henry VIII. appears to have been prejudiced against hops, for in a manuscript, dated Eltham. January. I."i30, occurs an injunction to his brewer "not to
put hops or brimstone" into the ale.
The  LiTlnK.
Sis���Why did you throw up your situation. Ernest? Brother���Because I
am going to get married. Sis���But
what will you live on���love? Brother
���Oh, no! We are going to live on my
love's father.
In   llnnircr.
Gregson (In alarm)���Great Scott. I've
left my pocketbook uudi?r my pillow]
Fisher���Oh. well, your servant is honest, isn't she? Gregson���That's just it.
She'll take it to my wife.
What we call despair is often only the
painful eagerness of unfed hope.���
George Eliot
8.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside. .10.00 p.m,
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale,  Blaine,
Seattle, etc..   ..  K.45 a.m.    3.30 p.m
Van.  ii  Cent.  Park,..10.30 a.m.    2 p.m.
Victoria l'.:0a...i. 10.00 a.m
East Burnaby  1.15   1.80 p.m.
Steveston,  etc   1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R.. .4.45 pm.   7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. R.. 10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m,
10.30 a.m
7.10 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
"I :ir:ii" nm Applied 10  Diamonds.
Although the term "carat" is applied
to diamonds us well as to gold, it does
not mean the same thing. Used with
regard to the metal it expresses quality
or fineness, 24 curat being pure gold
and 22 carat equal to coined gold. But
applied to tho diamond carat menus actual weight, and by this measure nr>H'
carats ure equal to an ounce troy. The
value of a diamond is uot merely sj
much per curat, irrespective of size,
but increases in an increasing ratio
with the weight of the stone.
12.00 m.
Talk  and   Sleep.
Doctor���Do you talk in your sleepT
Patient���No; 1 tnlk ln other people's.
I'm a clergyman.
Something Unique is
1f *��� ���
Published by The Daily Xews Pub-
Isbing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
iffices   corner   of   Sixth   and   From
Streets, Xew Westminster, B. C.
J.   C.   Brown R.   J.   Burde
Transient display advertising, 10
c.mt.s per line (nonpariel) 12 lines to
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
.���cuts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special posi-
ts'ris, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., oue cent, per
word. No advertisement taken for
ies.s than 25 cents.
Business office     22
office      17 tion, the .api
criticism of the Xorth  Atlantic Trading Company contract.
"Thai corporation was peculiarly
- ten. The sponsors : >. :: did
not take into account tiie certaintj
wiih which, sooner nr later, '.he ar-
r ingement bit attracting ;��� mtinental
le would be :;>t,;:,���,;. i��� ; :
StralRn ina seems to have \ . verj
quiel about his doubts an i E< ars, They
ol sped thai I be i
they dei lare to have een unn ice3
. would involve a demand for the
dismissal of the officer who has directed the whole European campaign
of publicity from a London office.
"Judged by broad results, the government has been well served in London. The Commissioner of Emigration there must necessarily carry
large, direct, responsibility. He is
perforce running a big business. His
office should be judged by business
"Whoever is frightened of immigra-
talis;  and financier can-
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
Manager's   residence    277
PRIDAY,  JUNE   13,   1906
in a news report of the meeting ol
ihi' board of trade, publish' ! ji ster-
day morning, The Daily News said:
"J. D, Taj h r rose and ed to
make a political speech, when he iv.is
Interrupted by the president."
This simple little clause, which, be
it correct or not, certainly was not of
a nature to do anyone serious harm
in mind, body, or esi ate, causes the
Columbian to break out all over us if
lt had contracted a bad attack of
it has a from page, double column,
and a back page "scare head" story,
and a leading article, all because of
thai innocent little remark of our re-
i orter.
We are running no
risks of starvation In a country whose
main business is to produce food for
the uttermost parts of the earth. No
le ever arrived tn a new land
with fewer of the necessll les oi bai
existence than the Doukhobors. Man
tor man, none are betted fixe I  than
���   i   sa d e | overty-sl ricken    zea
after six j'ears ol  i Ighl  hours a d
toil.    According   I mlatioi    their
share  of the railroad  mih age        Cai
la  Is 35 miles,    Tbey  h ive i
$1,000,000 iii wages In less than ���- iven
,. ear-."
The  mayor of  Vancouver  says   .
would nol serve another term for half
the   value  of  the   city.     He   lias   had
a  year and a half of the "strenuous
life"   and   does   not   covet   any   more
of it.    The position of mayor of any
of  our  eiiies   makes   mo  great   a    I
mand   upon   the   time   and   energh
of   any   man   who   hns   to   give   continuous    attention    to his o��n  business; and the "indemnity" is not suf-
j ficient  to justify  neglect  of his  own
And   the   Iuu   of  the  thing  is  tlitit t business.    Mayor Buscombe's decision
the Columbian's own  report    of    the   may have been arrived at for reasons
Men's white Canvas Oxfords, leather or rubber soles
$1 to $2.50 a Pair
Men's Cool Everyday Canvas Boots
$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
"speech" made by J. D. Taylor fully
justifies what our reporter said. A
man can make a political speech without naming politics, or party, and that
that was the opinion of the president
is evident from the fact that he said,
answering Taylor's remarks, "Politics
should be kept out of the discussions
ot the board." I We quote from the
The personal attack upon Mr. Gilley is beneath notice; everyone knows
that the Columbian cannot get away
from personality; but it may be as
well to correct the Columbian's blunder about the resolution which was
passed with a view to preventing its
editor from repeating the offence
(using the board of trade for political i to know
purposes) which gave rise to all the
trouble. That, resolution was not moved by Mr, Gilley.
quite apart from such considerations;
we simply use his announcement as
a text, and the heads of the sermon
are, Give the mayors more power,
put more responsibility on them, and
make the "indemnity" correspond
with the new conditions. We do not
want partyism in municipal matters;
substitute concentration of executive
power and responsibility, ar.d then
when an election comes the voters
will have a chance to know whose
head should fall if things are not
properly managed: who should be reelected if desired reforms are to be
carried out. As things are now. everyone concerned blames the other fellow, and the voter has lit'le chance
where he is at."
:    BIG SHOE HOUSE    :
From an article in a recent issue of
the Monetary Times of Toronto, a
journal which looks at tilings from
the point of view of finance and business   and does not meddle with poll-1 al this .sample uf grit corruption.  This
A yarn was widely publis U a a li w
days ago to the effect that a man >\!).i
had been fined for crooked work as a
returning officer, had been afterwards
employed by the Dominion government as a census enumerator. The
public were invited to allow their
blood to boil a while'with indignation
Westminster Iron Works r
Ornamental   iron   Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
New Westminster. r. U. 474,
W. R. Gillev, 'Pnone t-z-Z.
J.  R. Gniey, 'Prions  1-41
Dealers in
���^hVVsss^BEii^immssnsaai it-��WTvTMi
Maple Leaf
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Gay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents it. U. lottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
"���' :i.afef!; 'Phone 1-b
man, we were told, had "queered" the
returns at a poll in such a way as to
favor the grit candidate, and although
he had been caught at it and fined,
government straightway reward I
his "services" by giving him a Eai
job, and so on. Well, the truth of
the mai ter is that there is no truth
in it. It Is a sample of whole cloth
manufacture. Do the organs hasten
to se; that facl before their reader.-.'.
Well, not much; ba Is nol rhal
are paid for.
tics as such, we take the subjoined
sentences relating to the great "scandal" of the North Atlantic Trading
"By his views on Immigration you
may pretty safely judge a man's wish
to see Canada flourish. The mysterious North Atlantic Trading Company
is nol the sole Incarnation of the Immigration policy that has been directed from Ottawa du :. 5 Sir Wilfrid
Laurier's   premiership.     The   letters
    .... oi Lord S    i       .. i to the
P   mi   Mlnisti r, w hh .. ivere   li ������ lose i
:     : ,.   lay  are   unpleasant   reading,      The  Nelson  Canadian,  li ni
they i alj prove th mble  i   nee of Its he u . remark -   I bai  i be
In the 1      .     iei Interior has | govi   ami a    ��� I    be   pi oa Ins e  did   n -
appa . Wi     leal with the dul;       ered     I        i
re  i oi enl the G. T. P,
fhe growtl    I coun    dared   to  suggei'."    0    course
: ould not He \s ul i be a very reel
(for   an   outsider)   who
t      Ive  assertioi
so hi e or i    wonderful
The   make such ai ��� ' 'lnl
thai ernmenl at
first deal with     i    G. ':'.  P ,
...        lied i
���    . ....
.      ���!:'    In
... i   syndicate   i I   of  in
��� . Uo ;-. oposed to i
... in a deal with the G, T.  P     < llici
pro vi     hat
adian   d  i
tin       id,
its   In-	
re west- . ,   .. .,. ��� e yeai
e im- Lnde i ; -  ,-  ������
"    ' md  preceded ,    ,.,,-,.r than   I e
he i E su ���      ;,r uisi year: ii exi eeds   he ordl
.   ,'.   i.    ��� .     ...   a    B t.   ,,;��� current, expen liture     ij     .
Mi.   Sil   i   a  mini Depart-   twenty-four  millions;   and   the  gro
There are running shoes,
| and running shoes, but
I none to equal those with
| the Maple Leaf Brand
I on the sole. They come
f in both Tennis and Ox-
1 ford styles for Ladies or
Gentlemen, Girls or Boys, | $ ��� ������
| and the soles of all are j-|  ;���; Have you seen our one piece enamelle J sink?
: made   from pure   para �� * _	
gum rubber.
To Figure on Your Plumbing Requirements.
We have a full Line of
Lavatories', Sinks, Baths, etc., to select from.
Maple Leaf       I l,m,ted
m   ���xxx*xx*xxxxsxxxxxxm*:*x*xxx :cc����:��::����'S>>>:;o>>::t��>>>::o:'i
1   Lacrosse, Tennis  I   ���
er liming Moes 11
Come In  and see our ri sorl
ment of the famous
.   Look well, fit well, wear ^ j
well and are stylish, neat I       '^
and durable.
For sale by all gocd shoe ���!
"Itsit lOUt
,.    Inter! i  "
I, in >ul ,i lently  un od I
Investmenl   point  of view.    Th ���
partmenl   became a  mom y-m    er   is
well as a money-spi nder, lemie
that  ii   became   a   mo
fi :    Mr.   Sifton   and   h
The suspicion wa > at th
total expenditure ' .   ovei  eleven mil-
Wi    .-  afraid these cold i    I
give   lome   of  our  journalistic
friends cold feet; and feel almost thai
an apology is due for printing them;
bul the public want to know whal is
going on and we pri  .. ie the    m i l
e told.
dealers.    Ask for   hem.    5
Selling Agents,
j     which arrived a short time ago. ,  i          !                   /
ilt is swell x                       -X   /
, J. J. MACKAY HO., V    .^
t ^SlgsS                       -'.                    i      COPYRIOXT
���    I     Fhone   157.
WAXTED-noy, over 1",       ,
who   can   milk,   and   | ,
horses;   good wages.    Appl
Wise, Brownsville.
WANTED���Situation   by   young
��� ir housework.   Apply k,iX 77
WANTED���Young girl I ,
baby.      Apply    Mrs.    A.    ',:
corner    Second    stn  il
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furnil
Stoves, Ranges, Too!-,
Bicycles, etc. We ;.' .
do all kinds of repairing.
All business prom]
attended to.
3'gn  Man  on  Wheel.
c i  ,       1 St. New  We
Fi d ��� '' '.ti. Ave.   Cer. l
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship  r<
Ship and  Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Royal Bank
of Canada
U��;iltd $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets $-ib,if j.scd.
Branches   and   correspondents   in
all  the   principal   cities  of the weld.
Cer?ra!   banking  business transacted,
", ..pens an account.   Inter I
tilf 'Parly.
Collections made at lowest i
)pen    Saturday    nights   trom  a to 9
F. B.  Lyle,  Manager.
Bank of
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL (All paid up)...sit.e 	
. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount
Ri    il   G.C.M.G,...Hon  Pre
i! m. Sir G. A. Drummond, !���:���
rl.  a   Clouston   Vice  Prosidei
Gem ral  Mi n
General    banking    busim
in ted,
Branch is in all l   ���    1 ini
���1   Canada,   In   1. in lon,
ork,   1 -in ago,   ind   Bt,
mi con
Savings Bank Dept.
G.   D.   Bl',���   . .   I ,
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Ser-, i ��n
Or ���:.    Londci
Hai ii]  ���
. ,:-.'. Ion,
rl all I' ��� princi] 1 ' '������
iNTARIO, Ql EBEi   am
TIME ','ito. !.'������ '
Also to BUFFALO, I'    '.     '
. UILADELPHIA, via Mian       Fa"8,
For '.;- e Tabl   ���  el   , 1    "
GEO   Vv    - * <>'
! Assistant Gen'l Pui en; er nnd "
Agent, 185 Adami    .., ��� ��� ������
 	 rRIDAY. JUNE  13.  1906
Many Lines Reduced One-third
Dress Goods,  Silks, Muslins,
Wash   Suits   must   be   Sold.
DRESS   GOODS   AT   25c.
o b.     anva an
��� ia   and
DRESS   GOODS   AT   50c
. ���   hundre
Dre in-
$1 and I
white,    green    and    white,
.   an I whiti lus-
v . il    cash-
ere In i        ma-
nai       ���     ....    rown
DRESS  GOODS   AT   75c.
Twelve only I
In luding   sili-.   e i leni e   In
ildered    i ���  ���
chene   in    brown    and
��� iwn,
���_.'..- $1. (1.25 and
I    50.   All go al      ���   .     . . .75c
267 C*lumf>i��SL VfeUmsUr.
.&.'���'   "E-y     .      ��� ���'-..>.... "Km   <r{f% ������ -
.. lv ^1-,-i ,_-.i-^.^!&4- ssJ^k'-tWJ^i-,,.
With Girdle and Silks
for Working
Thi&  Week
9    Onlv    .    .    .
^, 0PC;
Local News Briefly Told
ae   .
to    Nanaimo   on
WASH   GOODS   AT   7' 2c
t .      .   .:
 ?  ^c
WASH   GOODS   AT   11
i -
MUSLINS   AT   '2  Lc
.:. .1.
era i
.   -
....    mr    121 2c
La   es' (        Sumi    r Blouses
I i     .de,  in   white   ���'
e   ipes   60c
I .:.e      Lawn     Bl0"8ei
\. .        :,i��    afT
,.o  and   \..
ol bers with  p i
i ,      liderj    nise.:lon    ex-
..  a    values a:  $1;  some
get  $L25 lor them.    We offer them now at. each....76c
Twelve new e ire to Di  ���
il Millside.   The mill companj Is now
i tiling toi tenders on -in- work.
,i. Ii. v the   wi-:
e ittle        li     of i Ihllllwack,  wa    In
este  ia . on his waj  home
spending some   hue i-��� V i
ver on bush
The executive board of the Vancou-
Tourisi   Association has acce
��� ii  Invitatioi   from  F. .1.  Harl   & Co.
���'i take a   t.i;.  io !',
haf   no-   yel   been Be
Tick u      lit! sen
which   I    to   be  held   oi    '���
:.   i.     Hli
C.    A
The White House ;
275 Columbia Sl.  j
on   ..
Tin- n ot the i
I   ,.   :;    :-.
'.'.   'ei.
��� -    Baptist   church   last   even    -
,'i-cial car place
ugh   in- ell ii  -
Dr. Rugg   who had       mg      witl
Railwa    C
a special al 10  for the
venience ������. the Vancouvei  peo; e attending ' he convention.
The   -a ,-    of a bo ig   g to
Sam Johnson, an  employee    of
Schaa anj. was sawed off near
the top bj  some unknown pei son on
Wednesd iy,  i   ll be largs     ��ari of 11
earriea     .��� i. ,     rhe  boal   was tied up
:   Sixtsii  stri '!   Mr.
,.-    iss till
The       will   me
itivea  ol   the   dlffe
.   is interests
wa    i\ ena m    : ��� -
2 o's . ��� ���  they are
mi      Mr. Bui -    -
ray I       . in; .
A   Cell ��� ed  Loo Sing
i against M
C.   ���'..
S   Keith; V. C,
B. Dea ���-     i /���... J. Perdue; 1st.
.... A. D. Campbell;  M. of
-on;  M. of >:., A. McDonald;
I,    mil H., F.
O. i... D. Walker.   The
������ lorted  to  '�����  In   ���   flourishing
lltlon, sevei il new members hav-
ln I to the roll recen'l ���.
A telephone message was received
da noon       m�� ponce sta
tion   to   'he   ei a   little  boy
about two yea had ben found
le Ing on -lie street  ear track in
o   the semapho ������  -; .'ion, near
lenitentlary.   Detective Bradshaw
out to Investigate ami found
iking care of thi   cl lid
wiui was no    ible  to tell bl -  n ime.
was disc
e e;   lur  the boy belonged -,, :, fam-
'..     a nne .   -   mi       who  live  up  on
the hi!:, ami the boy was restored to
The li tie fellow ' i lered
mile -   -   ied i i
. .   ���
Ths weel
'��� ��� ���
ed   by   the
nilton Pov.  er
highest indivi . ������      . ill re
tain   it   for   one   we scon
ere as fi i, 78;
... 77; J. H. Vid .1. 76; Capt. Garland, 66; -    Bert Gal-
.   h,    61;    W,    Gifford,   r, 4;    '
Reichenbach, 74; Dr. Ha .     -   53;   i'i.
F. Pullan, 50;   W. Warwick. 40;  Alex
Turnbull, 29; L. B. Lush; . 28.
Ho For Thc Camps!
You will require some necessaries.
We have wire cots, v/ell sup ported     $2.25
Canvas Cots, good quality    1.50
Military   Folding   Cots    3.50
Do up in a small parcel.
Camp stools with black, ha rd wood finished and strong 50
Mattresses   and   pillows.
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
Hot Again, isn't it ?
Have You Ever Tried It ?
Grape Juice
Bana at Lacrosse Mate'-.
The Citizen1-' bai i will furnish
music at. the senior championship ia-
i are'n, Vancouver vs. New
Westminster, at Qusten's park torn or-
row afternoon. Match commences at
Tent Meetings.
Held by the Churcn or Christ on
Moody Park. Meetings ea- :i nigh:
during the week except Saturday, at
S p. m. and Sunday at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m. A cordial invitation is given
to all to come and investigate the
scriptures with us. Preaching by L.
.1. Keffer.
To Builders and Con-
- that he
him.    The   matter   will
Hla I  li
at oi Mission in
i. vs. Ho
�� ,i-,i.   The      ' ���        lered to
.... - - ,
nt owing to
n I
��� ; I
Tenders will ' >. rei Ived
rraser River Sdv.tnills. Limited, Mill-
side, for " ie ��� eel ion ��� npletion
of six one ��� iges and six one
and one-half story cottages; Bame to
in   built ci mplete, a
be a -        '    s,l
B. C.
L,ov !       a ssarilj   ac-
��� :      U!    lids     i be  Id t be-
"    20th
��   Made  from   Choice   Concord   Grapes
��� The Finest  Drink   Going   this  Hot
Weather.     Price   35c   per   bottle.
Here are a few other Summer
Drinks we have :
Eiffel Tower Lemonade, 25c per tin
Lime Juice. 25c, 40c and 75c per bottle
Raspberry Vinegar, 25c & 35c per bottle
WANTED���;, ��ys to sj B. C
t . Columbia Bti eet.
B. C. Land
Largest Stock   in  the  City,
Mounted     in   any   Style    you   Desire.
Come and  Inspect Them.
W. C. Chatnbeife
The Jeweler,      -      Columbia St.
PHMMnnn    ��� ��� ������
3JRNABY ���i;-i aire.,, aboul   one  acre   fu-llj
aevi  iss bottom I ind; good water;
i hii . -a ��oi te, and 25 fruii  ii i 1,000       li, balance arrang?
RICHMOND���'-'i acres of Brsl class land; 6 acres broken; p     I
dltche I: it, ts on go id road; adjoining land ol hay
to the acre;   will   make a   goad farm.    Price $60 per a
maple  RIDGE���295 acres,   50     eared;   a lend ' tlon   for
either dairy  or  trull   farm;   9-roomed   plastered   bou        iarn,  root-
house, dairy and hen-house.    Price $12,750.
McLeod, Mark & Co., *TmU ��%
Real Estate, Fire & Life Insurance
Near Tram Office
I Itanle
' I      '
i.v's oi
Ths I out to a
m, as they 1
���  ���      !   ���' ClSCO
onl i ome 1	
tin,   They ��I ih
to thti
It-esd       an i  trusl  thai  they
, ������vill   looti    s able  to have  an i
home, In i plte ef their i iany reverses.
The Installation of officers of
Granite Lod a\ K. "r P., took place
! t evei Ing, Deputy Grand Chancel
lor P. i' luglass oi cl ting, assisted
i , ���.,-..-. y irrester, fl. Semple, P, Mcintosh and T.  Hembrough.    The in-
[w 6
K< 1906.
Business    Section    cf    the    Town    of
Arrowhead Is Practically
An   nhead,     I.   C 2.    Fire
^ ni
ol & Young
this n spite
...   ess, .���..: i
...    IT     !
... ruins.
i iltcgether v	
., $40,0 IO an I ���: !0, I, and ii is j
not known yet just what amounl of
ia-i.anee was carried by the owners
of Die buildings destroyed.
The origin n Lhe fire is a mystery,
liui il is believed that it started in
I.- . I .t Young's slore. The flames
rsl noticed about - o'clock ihis
morning. A general alarm was raised.
and ail the residents of Arrowhead
turned oul to fight the Haines. Half
an hour after the fire wa.s discovered
ii bad Read cy Young's store almost
in ruins, and shortly after that the
wind, which was blowing fairly
strong from the lake, carris I sparks
io surrounding Btr i itures, and many
caught lire.
The buildings destroyed wi re Read
& Young, - ��� re; C. B. Hume, store;
W. F. Dumphy, store; Gi irge Chap-
111:111, cigar More; Union hotel; City
bote! and tiie residences of H. Stevens . nd Mrs. Kerr.
Some of the slocks carried in   the
burin  I    Stores    ��������� i<-    saved,    bul    the
majority   of   the  g Is   wero   burned.
The sl s savs i we ������ taken from the
buildings before May had caughl iir,-.
All the burned ou' merchants declare that ii is their intention 10 rebuild immediately; and already some
ol them are figuring on orders for
lumber : 1 be placed witb local mills.
ix Ti."""*��,
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 choic<2St 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.
LONDON, England,  and MONTREAL, Canada
Berth No. 494," will be received at
this Department until noon orf Wednesday, the Sth day of August, 1906,
for a license to cut limber on Berth
Xo. nil. comprising tiie Wesl ba -
Section 26, Township .".. 1; inge 7.
West of lhe 7th Meridian, containing
an  ana  of  303  acres   aa.:.    or  Is ss.
The survi j of ihis berth is to be
made within cue year of receipt of
ii nders.
The  regulations  under  which  a    i-
ci use  will   be issued,    also    1 rinted
. 1 ef tender an I envelope,   1
;:i~ Departn ��� 1   1     it the
ofiice of tin- Crown Timber  i.gen1 a!
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Each iea.lei- musi
���   1   b ique en a c ai tered
favor of the Depul ���   <\ the
Minister   of    the    Interior,    :  r    the
amounl of tbe bonus which the applicant is prepared 10 pay for 1! a-..
Xo tender by telegraph will lie entertained.
Seen 'aiy.
Department of the Interior, Ottawa,
dune 2:1, 1906.
Railway Company
Two   fast   transcontinental   ;,ajns
with dining cars and through tourist
and   first-class  sleepers  daily,
Atlantic   Express  lean     ,,���   -������_
Imperial  Limited,  lean - ..
Excursion  rate  tickets
Eastern points on June ".:,
2, ::, Aug. 7, 8 and :<.
For full particulars apply ���
C. P. It.  \r. 11
Xew We "1  ���  ter
Assistant   General   Passenger   Arent
Alaska-Pacific Expi ess Company Loses
Over One  Hundiea Thousand
Fairbanks, July 12.���Over $100, I 10
ill gold in care of the Alaska Pacific
Express C impany was stolen from the
Northern Commercial Company's
steamer ida May. The shipment was
placed on lhe steamer Tanana at Fairbanks and taken down the river to
Nenena, where ii was transferred to
the Ida .May.
The latter boat was lo transfer it
to the Surah for an ou side port, and
the gold was missed when the transfer Was  :"  bl   made.    'I'be;.. Is no Clew
to iii" iobbers.
The i.la May was placed in commission on the river service this year
for the flrsl time in four years. She
had been ��� 1 in har
bor a    St,   Mi     iei.    The  gold,
which was in the form of bricks, is
the first shipmenl ever losi by this
express company.
There was on board $90,000 being
shipped by tbe Fairbanks Banking
Company and $78,000 from the Washington Alaska bank.
E. Booth, Montreal; D. Lnrwin. Victoria; R. L. Duark, Clinton; C. S.
Kerriss. Langley; W, ii. Cluckenbread,
Windsor���L.  K,  Heght,  Skowlegon,
Maine; .1. A. McCallum. Blaine; N.
Xemes, G. Gaskell, A. Gourlay. Vance iver: .1. M, Collett, Dewey, Wash.
Cosmopolitan���George Mason, Seat-
tle;   Hugh   Bain,    Coquitlam:   .1.   M
Leod,   Ladner;    C.   A.   Cameron   and
wife,   Seattle;   .1.   H.   Wilkinson.  Roy
v,:: tlnson, Chilliwack.
Depot���F. B. Dixon, Ladner: J,
Baumaster, John McPhee, Vancouver;
P. Pigfon, Mission; .1. Wownes, Vancouver; W. W. Cameron, Seattle; Carlos Samora, Millside; M. C. Mason
and wife, Seattle.
Central���William Dean, .lohn Tills.
Vancouver; Harry Burr, Delta; .1. W.
Kerr, Central Park:  S. Cameron, Vancouver;   Robert   Burns,  Blaine.
balks Prorogation.
Ottawa , July 12.��� The House of
Commons finished its business ihis
morning, and everything was in readi-
ness for the announced prorogation
3 o'clock this afternoon when Senator Landry objected to the pas- 1
of the government bill abolishing ministerial pensions.
Procedure can uni.. be suspe 1
by unanimous consent, and Senator
j Landry availed himself of the privilege to withhold the same, telling
the government leader to notify the
governor general to come another
The government is not going to he
forced  into amending the hill  which
j has already  had the unanimous con-
I sent of the  commons,  and   Secretary
��� ���  State Scot! announced that 1
:  submit   to    Lan Iry's     ti
prorogation would be put off.
25.000 Settlers Comin-j.
Toronto,    July     12.���Commissii
Coombs, of the Salvation Army, says
25,i in  settlers  will  come  to Canada
from   England   nexl     ��� ie
Synopsis   of   Canadian   , Home-   J
stead Regulations ;
Any available Dominion Lands within lhe Railway Belt in British Colum-:
bia, may he homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to,
the extent of one-quarter s'-ction of
160 acres,  more or less.
Ent ������   -.as-   be mi de persi na   ���
the local land office for the   .
whicli tlie land is sltual -
Thc homesteader is required to pe
form the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans
1 1 ) At  least six  months'   1
upon   nnd   cultivation   of  thc   land   in
each year for three years.
(2) if the father (or mother, if tin
father is deceased) of the homi stei
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of tlie land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or  mother.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily  I NEW D
leave1 WESTMINSTER! Am, ���
9:20am Blaine] Belling! -::,.
���I ;35 Burling 9
. n,    Mt.    Ver-|
-1 a.     Everetl
Sl..     Itio ;,,,   I
4:.;.". pm Spokane,      St. 3;00 ; m
Ul     and    al!
nts East
B.20 an: Anacortes,
Wi illey,     and
': ��� I "a"'.
3:00 pm Vancouver
:':.".."> pin 1 [
Ib.'ite of the Famo 1
2���Daily Overland Trains-
Spokane, St Paul, Mlnneapol
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago,
Louis  and  all   points  E
For     complete     inform il 1
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED  TEXDERS,  addressed  to
i the   Timber   and   Mines   Branch,  De-
; panment of the Interior, and marked
|on ihe envelope "Tender for Timber
F. C. GRIFFIN, Agent. j
Bai... of Commerce Building.     1
Xew Westminster, B. C  J
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A..
Coiner  Second  Avenue and Co-  !
>     rates,   berth    reservation,   el
(3)  If the settler has his permanent   {    call on or addri   s,
residence   upon   farming   land   owned
by him in  the  vicinity of his home-
stead, the requirements as to residence
may  be   satisfied   by   residence   upon J
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should |
be given to the CommisHoner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,    If
Deputy  Minister  of the  Interior.     , } ��. . -^        .-.
X. B.���Unauthorized publication of  1 N/\f*fripyn     rJisplfir
lumbia St., Seattle, Wash
this  advertisement  v.dll  not  be  paid i {
m mtm^m^mm^m\Y\^mi
Miss Annie Jackson Gets Beyond  Her
Depth  and  Sinks Out   cf
A drowning accident occurred at
iiu] e's slough Wedni - i.i-.- evening in
which Mi-s Annie Jackson, aged 11
years, second daughter of Thomas 11.
Jackson, of Chilliwack, was the victim, and be;- companion, .Miss Kathleen Robblns, had ������ very narrow escape. The two girls while bathing
gol beyond their depth, and although
Miss Robblns managed to scramble
ashore, tbe other girl sank out of
Bight Their screams for help attracted two men named Richardson and
Perdue, who were in the vicinity, and
they immediately went to the rescue.
Mr. Perdue had to dive several times
in water fourteen feet deep before he
reached Miss Jackson. Although both
men made a hard fight to revive her,
she died a few seconds after being
brought ashore.
����������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������*������������<} ����<>*<,.���*<!���.>* v4** M ����">���������������������������������<>���������������
The steamer Charmer will leave the C.P.N.
wharf at 8 a.m., arriving at Nanaimo at 11:30.
Returning, the Charmer will leave Nanaimo at
6:30 p.m., reaching New Westminster at 10.
������������������������<���������������������*������������������ ����������������������������������������������������������������������� ������S>O��4S>S>*S>��*����0>��<!>44M>4l>4M
Programme of Sports and
Guichon���J. B. Ferguson, Blaine;
Mrs. Ford und child, Minneapolis;
Miss 11. Rhodes, F. W. Powell, T. F.
Sinclair, Vancouver; F. L. Stark, Toronto; W. D. McEwen, L. G. MacHag-
gie, Hedley J (
Colonial���E. H. Hewett, A. L. Bean,
Vancouver;   Joe   Fa.reli,   Seattle;   A.
Return Pare,
Sealed tenders   addressed   to   the
un iersigned, marked on the envelopi
"Ten.Ut tor Ties,  1906," will    be    re-
eel ��� d ut ibe office of   the   Comn
Bioners ol tin; Trai oen   I Ra
way  a'   Oltawa,  I i 'clock
noon, of tbe 12tl ...   L906
for five hundred and thirty-five thou
sand  (535,000)   R  il .-.   j    I  ��� I    ac
cordance  with cifications    of
the Commissioners.
Se . e , Tender idressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1907," will also be
received as above until twelve o'e ;" ..
noon, of the 4th day of Septamber
1906, for one million and ten thousand I 1,1 i 1,000) Railway Ti. 3, in a ���
cordance with lhe specifications of
the Commissioners.
Tenders must be made on the
forms supplied by the Commisslone**
which, as well a.- the specification*,
maj ; ��� obtains I un application to
Hugh I). Lumsden, chief engineer,
Ottawa, Out., to A, E. Doucet, District Engineer, Quebec, 1'. Q., or to
A. E. Hodgins, District Engineer,
Kenora, Ont.
Full information In regard to dully
eries required is given on form 0!
Each tender must he signed and
sealed by rill the parties to the tender
and witnessed.
The successful tenderers will be
required to sign a contract 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,
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June 26th, 1100
Trains Daily
Travel on tlie Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rati
Quick Time.
Excellent Si
New York, Chicago,
ToronLo, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all i
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
Portland, Ore A. G.    A
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The   only  all   rail   route   between   a I
points east, west and south to R
lam], Nelson and intermediate pi    '
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. !;
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  s'-iily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
Day Train              Arrive
O.20 a.m.
...  Spokane  ...7-iS Pm'
12.25 p.m.
 Rossland   410 p���'"���
9.40 a.m. .
....Nelson  6.45 Pn1-
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mad,
express    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C. FRIDAY,  JUNE   13,   1906
and solicito::,. Blackie Blk..
street,   New   Westminster,
\ lutsaside   H   L   Eslmonda.
Mr. J. P. HAMPT IN BOLE, ���ollcl-
,,   ibe supreme court Offices
an   Hank  of  Commerce  build-
imbla  street, opposite  pos
,,-w  Westminster.    Money to
M,. WBAR1   *.���  McQUARRIE,
. iters,  soli, rot's, en Of-
���,1. Westminster, Trapp mi...
ilarkson  and   Lorne  stri
olivet, room    :.'"        24, 44a Gran-
In, K. C, ...
V    Weart, W. li.  McQuarrie,  H.  A
n      Mr.  Martin  will   be  ln  th
minster offices every Friday af
Croquet Sets
Sporting Goods j
��� AT-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
MOREY'S c"iumbia St- i
Carnarvon SL, between 10th and Mctnais.
H.v AY, REID &  BOWES, Barristers,   solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lome
opposite   Court   Hous--.   New
minster.   J. H. Howes, P. 0. Box
GiROE E. MAI.'''        B
.i'o!', Guichon  bio ���
Mckenzie stn
B  C.
N  LODGE. NC. 9. A. F. &   a
��� I guli
Dr. W.
First Claw Meal   al all Hours,
English, Japanese and Chinese Si
From 1 5c. up.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
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.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
SpeCial    SliilliM    COUrSeS   |    Telephone 12.
New Westminster.
R -.
"     '
:  ..    D. W. ; B
B.   K.   of   I���   :.
of  i      .    ..; in I.    I
n...   in   On tigs    ' ' U    corner   of
onue me: .' inn street.    So-
iun  ng   Sir  Kna .lially   In-
atten . I    Dun  ip, W.
P.;   E. E. Ma   I
For Tesche-r,  in the
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
R.  J.   SROTT.   B..A..   Principal.
H. A.  SCRIVEN.  B. A.. Vice-Prin.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
-Meets  in  Orange  b      I ���s    and
third Friday In eai b  .
m.    Visiting
Invited  to attend.    E. F.   '
W. M.;  J. Humphries, Rec-Sec.
1   0. O. F.���AMITY   LODGE.  No. 27���
The regular mswtings of tl
a Oddfellov
. rery  Moi        ���   ���
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting hi
dlallj  invited to atteti I.   S. J. Ma;.
N. G.:   W. C. Coat ham. BfiC-Sesj,
A. O.  U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
-   I       ���.::.���:
i) each    n onto        Visiting
1,. ,:end.
Lodge roc IJ. W. hall, Odd-
��� lock, I --���.,.���_  c.
? . B Witt,
I worl nan.
and  manufacturer of
Warble and Granite Monuments,
Tablets, Tombstones, Etc.
rite for prices.
Ne*   Westminster,  B.  C
Jot       j
Printing   IP
���0! -1   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
1        SONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
��       ���   ; and
Fourih V
of P. H -
8 ,.. in.. While Rose .'���    ee, Fo
We In '���   sa  i<
��� |  pi in .    Visiting  Bretl
lially    lnviti I       E   B.   Stii
!':��� ! S
'Phone 101
Wholesale and Retail
Meat Dealers
Wp (ater to the Family Trade.
We have en sale for the benefit of
our Customers the Primest, Tenderest
and Best Beef ever offered.
Especially stall fed for our trade.
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
Open for Uusiness
....   4,  1906.
HO f UT��5
iOURT  BRUNETTE.  Nc. 409.9,   I.O.F.
be  si
B :'    I'
ll, R. S.
A.  0.   F.���Tl -  ot
Lo . ti   Second
I Fourth Tuesd '    ich i  onth
,,   |n  the Od        i       Hall.
;Brethrei '��-
C. Firth, C. EL;
K. P.  tfaxwi 11, Si   .
S. G. 1IDY,
,   Ave
���    s and  10th Strei
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Crown and
Of  The  Highest  Order
���- ���"-���Kir^.wiWSSBW'sn^^^
rHE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEMPERANCE meet   everj  Wednesday
p.  it,., in Od I fellows'
,    i olumhla     street.     Visiting
Brethren an  cordially invited to at-
-.   !'.;    .1.    Md'
1' impbell, Sec.
Fzrr.Uy Trade a Specialty.
Tp|.  113, Office,  Eighth  Street.
Duing Business at tlie Uld Stand.
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Flrsl and
i'ui.ii Tuesday of evi ry month In
K. ,,f P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Fdrrester, Rae. See
BOARD OF TRADE.���Xew Westmln-
ter li iard of Trade meets in Urn
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesd,.-. of each month
Quartc.lv meetings on the secon.
Wednesday of February, " ��� .
August nnd November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings sin the Becond
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. White, Sec.
! Merchant Tailor !
Columbia Street.
Full line of English, scotch ami Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in stock
Spring stock  now In,    Make vour
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to any
part ot the city.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through  knowledge  of the ;
business in England with III  years  experience.   Later was 7 years  manager I
of the watch  repairing department of
Savage,   Lyman    &    Co.,     Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of j]
the time.
English, Swiss, American anil all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Light aild Heavy Hauling        Charges Reasonable.
Office 'Phone 186.       Ham 'fJone 137  Two Doors from Geo. Adams Grocery
Our system of Gold Crown and Bridge
work is the best known to dentistry, ft e
defy contradiction. The bridge work
made by our a tern has never been surpassed. Our bridge and crown expert is
the highest salai ������ d 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
The Boston Dentists, i
Hou a 9 a. m. to 8 p. rn.    Remembei��the Place
407   Hastings  St. W.,  Vancouver
Dreyfu' Vindicated.
Pa ���                               .. ne court
toda     announce,!   [|      [eels innull-
ing the condemnation of Dreyfus wlth-
retrial.    The  eff. ,]���
cision   is   a   complete -n   of
Dreyfu -   enl Itlin    hin    I n ition
to   his   tank   In   ill      ���   ', I -   'hough
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Passengers arriving on
last Empress of Britain
had a most plessant and
comfortable trip across
the ocean. Next Empress
sails July 26th. Luggage
checked through to Liverpool. For rates and other
data  apply to
C.  P.   R.  AGENT.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pion'T Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No ���    thi -   on   any
in thi    - orld  that   equ
equipmen'    '        if  the  Chi :
waukee   &  St.   Paul  Railway,     They
own   and  operate  their  owl
and dinim alll their rrnif
give   their   patrons   an  excellence  of
ainable  elsewhere.
ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder, Portland. Or.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia  Coast  Line
T)i��li",rn),i  Porti-mit.
Tho following story furnishes an example of the manner In whicb Thack-
eray diil not hesitate to treai what be
considered vanity in others. After Ions?
pleading his family Induced the ta
nmrelist to sit for his portrait, and
Lawrence, the painter, gladly under
took the task Soon after the pWiir"
was completed Thackeray chanced to
bf dining at his club when a pompous
officer of the srnanls (stopped beside the
table and said:
"Haw, Thackeray, old hoy, I hear
Lawrence has bs>eii painting yer por
"Bo he hns," was the reply.
"Full length?"
,rNo; full length portraits are for soldiers, thnt we may see their spurs, but
the other end of the man is the orincl
pal tiling with authors." siiid Thaek-
Tan Tnlk  WStliont Tongue.
"There seems to be t mistaken im-
rires ,. abroad," remarked a doctor
tlie other day In speaking of the case
of a man who had his tongue cut out ln
an eff irt to core a ease of cancer of
that msimber, "that when a man ts
onfor unati  en ragl   to lose his tongue
thenceforth    al of    speech     Is
denied him.   This is not so.   While It ls
true  th ���   i	
operation for any length o
it Is equally true thi     I I    -peal:
=o long as thi >nty a
comparatively    slight    In ;    in
their utterance ! ild a
pencil erossways  be
and speak Whll I po-
��� -   gel   just
has on human b] b when the tongue
Is entirely remi
('Subject to change without    notice.
Princess   May,   leaves   Vancouver.
June 25th.
Princess Beatrice, leaves Vancouver.
July 1st.
Princeet, way, leaves Vancouver
July 7th.
Princess Beatrice, leaves Vancouver.
July 13th.
Princess May. leaves Vancouver.
July 17th.
Princess Beatrice, leaves Vancouver,
July 25th.
Princess May, leaves Vancouver,
July  31st.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves VaniMUver dally at 1 p. n,.
S. S. Charmer.
Li vi - New Westmlnstei al 7 a. in
on Wednesday and Mondays.
S. S. Joan
Leaves \ ouver daily except Sat
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat
a 2:30 p. m.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Vii   iria at  11 p. m. oa 1st,
Tih, 19th and 20th of each month foi
way point?:  leaves Vie-
I, and 20 for Quatslnoand
Lfeaves Victoria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scotl and waj
points Including Quatsino.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster on Mob
t      \      da      V\ Thur8daj
;  i'i ��� ] <���   ai  3 ;.. tn. and Saturda;
m. st - "il trip on Mon
it    a. in.
Leaves     ei    ton M ;p laj. Tuesday.
\y. (jnes it . i hui - lay and S tturd -   il
7 a. in.:  Friday al t; a. in. additional
trip Baturdaj  5 p. in.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilllwacki
S.  S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at  2  p. ni., 2nd
and   10th   of  each   month,  calling  at
I Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
I on second trip. Time on arrival and
; departure are approximate.
For reservations and information
i call or address
Agent, New Westminster.
E. 3. COYLE,
I -Vast. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
General Sut-cr'ntendent, Victoria.
Gen. Ageot, Freight Deyt.,
New Westminster.
Sea or  Denerl I
If it be true, u^ conjectured by thi
latest explorers, that Lake Chad is rapidly ii;-yiiig up, the process wil] proba
bly be regarded by the geologists as
simply a continuation of one which has
heel going on for ages in northern Africa.    The whole of the Sahara was
certainly  oi   either  an  nrin  of  the
sea or a vast lake, and Lake ('had is
probably only the final remnant of that
huge sheet of water. Tbe Sahara sea
must always have been very shallow,
a fact which made Its evaporation
easy, and Lake i.'binl is reported to be
little more than a morass over the
greater portion of its area.
Giving Them  I1S��.
Some years ago George !���' Haley of
Bisldeford was trying his first criminal
case before the supreme Judicial court
of Maine, with Chief Justice John A.
Peters on the bench. Mr. Haley was in
the middle of his plea when a man in
the audience fell over in a convulsion.
The young lawyer stopped, disconcerted.
"Go on, sir; go on," said the chief jus
tlce.  "You're giving them fits"'
An   Hnni'.S  Thief.
On leaving a Paris thsjatm- a German
gentleman fell for his watch, lt was
gone. Having a strong suspicion, he
laid violent hands on n man in the
crowd, who quietly gave up the tlcki ���
When he got homo, he f umd his own
watch lying on the table.--Pai-i.s Jour
She Rerr)��rnl7.e<i  Him.
"This," remarked Mr. Sappyhead, ":-s
my  photograph  with  my  two  Frenc
poodls^s.   You recognize me, eh?"
"I think so," said Miss Suifurii.
"You are the one with the hat on. ar-;
you not?"���Houston Chronicle.
Hin  Complf Int.
Insurance    <">tfieial-Ot'    what    complaint did your father die? Applicant���
The  jury  found  him  guilty.���Lon
--   -     -        - ���   AU -    ���      ���
The  Mole  Iln*  I": i -.
The majority of people believe that
the mole is even "blinder" than the
proverbial   bat,   but   the   naturalists
���    thai  sueii i< nol  the case.   Sir
b ick and Carl Hess, the latter
a noted German natural isi, by careful
investigation proved that the mole has
which are as perfect as those of a
horse or an elephant.   They arc very
small optics, to be sure lonly onc millimeter in diameter), but in tile matter
of reflection and refraction do not differ from the normal eyes in larger animals.
Itnr  Lttrkes)   lp  Forces.
II is the locked up forces within, that
lie deep in om- natures, hoi those that
are on the surface, thai tesi our mettle,
li is within everybody's power to call
out these hidden forces; to be somebody and 11 ilii something worth While
in the world, and the man who does
,,,,1 ,i,, it |s violating his sacred birth-
i-iudit, -Success Magazine.
French MnrrltiRi' Restriction*.
It Bounds' almost Incredible, but Is
none the less a fact, that a Frenchman
under tws��nty-five years of age whose
parents are dead and whose grandfather or grandmother is alive cannot
enter the married state without the
written authority of both or either of
them.���Paris Letter to Loudon Post.
"Nobody is worried nowadays by tho
fact that the twelfth mouth of the ycat
\ Is called the tenth,  December,"  says
a writer, "and no doubt even the an
clent  Ilonians  soou  got  used  to  thu
' anomaly when the new year was shift-
j cm1 back from March to January, though
! the old names of the months were retained.    But  there was one of them
' who   made   ingenious   use   of   It���Li-
I cinlus, a rascally procurator at Lyons
j under Augustus.   He insisted on hav-
; ing  certain   monthly  payments  madn
! fourteen times a year, arguing, whe.
December came round, that as it was
i tlie tenth month of the year and there
! ought to be twelve there must be two
i more to be accounted for "
'      ,.T'''"
��- ;-,
II 8
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.
Here is a
150 acres of good
land, 20 acres under
cultivation, balance
prairie; easily cleared;
iruit trees and fine
water ; one and one-
half storey house, barn,
chicken houses and
yards ; close to school,
church, store and postoffice ; nine miles from
New Westminster ; R.
R. station adjoining
Price $3500.00
Dead Easy Terms
Mclnnes & Kerr,
Real Estate,   Insurance
and Auctioneers
278  Columbia   Street.
Telephone   170.
Belyea & Co.
General Hauling and Delivery.
Heavy Hauling Our specailty.
Wood and Coal
Columbia St., below Tram Office.
Telenhone loo.
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
would follow these natural impulses
ali his life. To send men and women
.enwurd the Zionist movement
must be implanted within them, and
ihis must lie done from earliest childhood, and done every day. This approach  to  a  divine life can oni.
;������ prayer,   Tlie conclusion of Dr,
em irks   was   greeted   with
. use.
Missionary   Movement.
Rev. W. H. Barraclough was the
next speaker. In his opening remarks
he -aid that he almost felt at home
among them, the very one of things,
all around him was homely. In the
I western parts of Canada, he said,
things were moving swiftly with regard to missions. There was a forward missionary movement that was
noticeable in all the churches, a*nd
it was a happy state to be in.
Higher Education.
Rev. .1. W. Litch, of Vancouver,
chairman of the meeting, next introduced Prof. E. M. Kierstead, D. D.,
of McMaster university, Toronto, who
gave an interesting address, ln part
he said:
"It has been my pleasure to travel
considerably  recently.    After leaving
Toronto,  with  its  endless  visions  of
brick  and  mortar,  I  traveled to the
Pacific   coast,  and   in   the   course   of
my wanderings I visited Los Angeles,
San Francisco, Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver,  and   finally  1  find  myself in
New   Westminster.    1   was   glad   to
j get away in the country after being
i for so long in a city.    1 am expected
to   speak   on   higher   education   this
evening,   and   it   is   a   subject   with
which I am heartily in accord.    We
need higher education, we who are the
light   of   the   world   and   the   salt   of
the earth.   There is no higher means
oi ������ lucation than going Sunday after
Sunday listening to the word of God
preached   from   the   pulpits   of   our
churches.    Think  of  the  light there
1 is in the remarks vou listen to every
. Sunday.    There is nothing that stimulate- ths  '!fe of a man as the listen-
j ing to the reading of God's word."
Opposes Secular College.
Prof. Kierstead then procedeed to
j demonst/ate to his hearers by simple
j means the fallacy of the theory of
I certain scientists that all things were
I matter. He showed that while they
j might be atoms of matter, there was
! a certain divine arrangement about
I everything that could not lie gain-
! said. This was one of the reasons
why he was in favor of having their
own colleges and universities. In a
1 state university, where the classes
, would be composed of Mahommedans,
Agnostics, Christians and other people who pay taxes, it was impossible
to teach botany and geology in any-
other than a matter of fact way, without any reference to God, because
i thi rwise one would be certain to offend some of the scholars at any
rate. He reminded his hearers that
they were willing to do in con-
Ion with the establishment of a
university would have its bearing upon th inion for ages to coi 1 .
In conclusion he said thai he hopi I
thai the Baptii ild cany the
I th
would   .-.-.  ize  the importance of the
1 ti       had entered.
Give College Yell.
Hei plause   greeted   ihe   con
cluding remarks oi Mr. Kierstead.
and alter tiiis had somewhat subsided, Kev. Mr. Litch proceeded to raise
another round of applause by exclaiming, "He's all right." Continuing, Mr.
Litch said that he was surprised that
some of the professor's old college
students had not raised the college
yell at lhe conclusion of his remarks.
, He suggested that it should be done,
and offered to iead them. About
twenty ex-students et Acadia college.
N. S., then stood up and with lusty
voices yelled the old college cry of
"Hah, hah, hah, yah, yah yah. We
are the boys of A-ca-di-a." It is safe
to say that never before had the
Olivet Baptist church been the scene
of the raising of a college cry from
the far shores of Nova Scotia, and
many of the good people present looked slightly shocked when they listened to the veiling voices of the old
Acadia students.
Before the pronouncing of the ben-
ediction, Rev. Dr. Rugg announced
that the question of the provincial
university and college would be settled probably this morning, and he
made a special request to all interested to be present.
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	
& Lusby
New Westminster, July 12, 1906.
Editor Daily
Dear   Sir���
ic   .��� I  upon
your '
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I Here Is Your Chance!
>*�� Eighty acres of first-class   land, situated on ,1 good gravel ronl,
i��{ four miles from Westminster; 15 acres under cultivation;  7 acres 0!
���; good hay, now almost ready for   harvest.
S Dwelling, 3 rooms, barn an d stable ind three new houses.    This
!*< is an extra good buy.
Burnaby Homes
:���;    on easy terms.   This property is extra well situated.
I have a number of small  acreages adjoining New Westminster  $
��� ginning   1
de  paper as
j a broad-minded one, exempt of big
and spite. Now, the title of your
flrsl article this morning and its contents surprise me very much, and I
deem it injurious to me, to my fi
priests and to the Catholics of British Columbia. We do no; want to
1 .ile people in any part of the world,
'no more in Quebec than in British
Columbia, and our Catholics are not
disposed to be ruled improperly.
it is not my intention to dwell with
Rev. E. Bosworth on the merits or
demerits of the Quebec province, but
I would only say that nowadays people ars- . ad . their liberty in Que-
uec as anj . here else.   If priest3 ft'i re
; rule:.-:  there, 1   am  .- ire   thi re  woul 1
be  mure  than  2,600  out  of 1,650,000
who would stand up and crush d
any     improper   rule   to   join   a   foi :
were they are so well looked afti r.
Besides, 1 strongly object to 11t-
insinuation of the Rev. Bosworth
about Catholics "worshiping Mary and
the priest" instead of worshiping
Christ. A Catholic child ten years old
knows the difference between the
adoration of God and the honor paid
to the saints and to the virgin mother
of Christ in the church.
I feel sure that The Daily News will
understand  these  remarks.    I   protest
Nine acres of good soil near town.
Royal City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer's in
Fresh and Frozen Fish
(iame In Season
We deliver to all parts of the City.    Telephone 40.    P. O.Box 72.
Front Street,
rfexl Daily Neu'n.
New Westminster, B. C.
\a Cannol Afford to Miss li
Our Farmlts [k Tallt
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Electric Railway Service:
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. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���.no transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Fiace.
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 7, during wblch
hours the service will be
Sunday Service hair-nourly between 8 a. m. and 11 p. m.
It bristles with
interesting da-
Fiee on Application   ta nn farming.
________.��������_���. ���   It's a  mine���a
mmm*~~^~" great mine of
useful information for people who
are thinking of investing in B. C.
farm lands.
It contains n'4 pages, likewise a
very comprehensive map of New
Westminster district, and 32 views
showing fruit growing, haying,
dairying and mixed farming scenes.
It gives market prices of all
produce, weather statistics, amount
of crop raised to the acre, etc.
It will interest and entertain you.
against anyone coming from tl ��� iast
: nd speaking in a way that may hurt
tii" feelings of a part of the community.    In  a  country such  as ihis we
il i not interfere with the religion
of anyone.    Xu matter what our creed
be,   we  should  all   work  to tiie
di .-���   pment of this province as good
. lian citizens, interested in the
welfare  ol   our   country.    Yours  sln-
". : '.:.     ". 0. M. 1 . D. : ..
.-   Parish   ,'..-.
t 1 in- article 10 which our correspondent refers was printed simply as
news���the report of the proceedings
' ; public or semi-public body. The
heading was a paraphrase of the
ter's remarks on the subject. It
is the policy of this paper to give fair
reports of all matters of public interest; but it is not its policy to take
any side in religious controversy.
Members of all denominations are, in
the words of our correspondent, al
work for "the development of this
province, as good Canadian citizens,'
and The Daily News has neither the
right nor the wish to criticise their
reiigious beliefs.���Ed. Daily News.]
Vancouver has sold nearly three-
quarters of a million worth of debentures at the nominal price of is6.03.
We describe the price as "nominal"
because all the debentures are to bear
interest from the date of issue, ko
that 4 per cent, is really deducted
from the price in the case of one
lot which was issued a year ago, and
some 1% per cent, from that of rather
more than half the total issue. As
the total bonded debt of Vancouver,
deducting sinking fund, is tinder $5,-
000,000 and nearly half of that total
is represented by the waterworks and
by local improvement debentures, the
comparatively unfavorable price obtained must be attributed to the condition of the money market, although
there may have been createxl some
impression in the minds of financial
men that Vancouver is a little too
"rapid." Excessive "booming" has its
drawbacks; and one of them is a
tendency to create an impression in
the minds of outsiders that the
"hurrah boys" element is in control.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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F. J. HART X Co.
The Farm Land
Drug   Store
Over 100 pieces of Muslins, Ginghams.   Cotton,   Delaines,   i-\,.
are being sold at greatly reduced   prices  this  week.    Our
these goods is heavy and we want  to  send  them  oul   of, thi
quick.   They will quickly i'ti I their way out al these greatlj   .
See   what   we    are   Offering
1 st Lot a(M Oc per yard
This lot  contains close  on to 000 yards of Fancy Colored l> i
Muslins,  Ginghams,  Whit"   Muslins, etc.  and for good washing qu
ities and satisfaction of wear iiu-.'.   canto!   be beat.    In the loi
values from 12^c to ::i)c per yard.    We   clear   these  now   10c   ;,.���;���
2nd Lot at 1 5c per yard
This ioi is made up of qualities of goods regula. values of which
run from 20c to 35c per yard.    There   are   Foulards,   Colored   S%
and  Fancy  Ging.lams.    A   large selection at this price.
3rd Lot at 20c per yard.
This lot contains Plain and i". ncy   Novelties   iti   Ginghams,   B
Grenadines, Cotton Delaines, Satin   Stripes,   etc.,   and   contains   regular values worth from 25c to 40c per yard.
4th Lot at 25c per yard.
There is not as large a selection at, this price, but good \ .
represented in every piece in ths-   lot.     There   are   White  Vesting,
Colored  Organdies, Fancy Voiles, Applique   Muslin, etc.   We do :)<������
claim  thai   nil  the   pli 'ii 50c per yard, but the vain.
tho !'it  run from 30c to 50c lot  to i lear at 2i
These opportunities
of  buyinj   si      na '���
do no' i   i very day,
tie prices.
so seize this cham
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Deering and Frost & Wood All Steel
and Steel, Self Dumping
3 1-2 to 6 feet.
MOWERS-Our Giant Frame Mower  beats  them   all   for  strength
and easy cutting.
Auction Sale at Market Every Friday.
Japan  Leaves Hongkong.
Montreal, July 12.���The Empress of
Japan  left   Hongkong al   noon  yesterday for Vancouver.
;���; Not on Top, But Still in the Ring
I House Cleaning Time
And you may possibly neesl a carpet. We have the greatest range i f
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 a yard. We
have the largest stock and the finest sliow rooms and the finest prices.
Come and see us. It will pay you to see our stock before placing your
order elsewhere.
71Q and 718 Columbia St. Four Floors. Rear Extension, Front Street.
Fire Insurance.
Life Insurance.
We have been appointed agents for the Union  Assurance Society
of London, England, which has been carrying on fire  insurance business
2���CLFILA' D" and  which  has  a  capital and accumulated  funds  of
TTie National Life Assurance Co. of Canada, assurance record:
Dec. 31st,1899 (5 months) Assurance in force $60,400.   Prem. $22,954.6
1900 Assurance in force  $1,792,500 " ,.,.,,..
Premiums $'62i605.96
���m. McQUARRIE & CO., ���JZM2T
186   Columbia   Street, NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
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