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p       bility    i Annexation   :���.   the   United Stat.      is   the
Cause of Alarm    Insurgent* Capture Ano     r
Government Stronghold In _-
the Republic. ���-"
k  IIT/^
G     mm   U oi Russia Announces Polic;   That   [s   C .    .
a   d to Detc... the   Propoganda <.���:  th
Revolutionist*      Czar   Reserves
���amih   Estates.
T, ,'    t        :     ���
ere ii
:,  an-
���   '
Insurgents Walk  In.
Vug.  23.���1 rgei
Sai .    v      nei    thc
"������'.-��� ad and
ile     th     '  ji :.   an 1
-   .  .    : ed at tl
' ���   .
rhe sn all fori i
rae  town
i ��� the Ins trge iti
Germans W>ll  Land  Men.
\ ug   .. I.���The Oi
��� -
Officii from A
the almo lestruc-
[ that city,      he Gei tnari  i on
ral   with  th.   ai hives was
ed   but nobod        ��� -.-.-��� i     ith
ite  was hurt.
'  ti nenl   adds   thai   thi   i li
��� . '  ������   will   land   a   de-
1 :.'   ol   -:.: ors  and  marines  to
the   lives   and   property    ot
an   subjects   at   Valparaiso.
Ask Uncle Sam for Help.
���  na,   Aug,   23.���Thai   the    -,,,���
��� ni i- prepari il to adopl all pos
., i   the   suppression
��� Insurrection  Is  shown  by  the
���   ii   :  senl   to the Washington gov-
��� in toi Poi the loan of eight
In    run        :,ia .        American
men   foi    ise  In  quelling  the
disordi It        nol   admit-
at t equlvi lain   to a call ]
. : .. itloi    indei   the  terms ot
1   A.ri  i .... a imenl  and  Indeed  In-
i',' lon  . !��� ;  bj   Ihe  press
���  .     i remote : oaslbllltj, the
elng mi li  that all Indications
lo the    , ��� ���        estoratlon of or-!
through  the medium of the con-
' ited auth  , Itles of the Cuban re-,
killing   . -   the  Insurrectionary
���er, Hen Q u ntln Bandi ra today in
Hawthorne's Appeal.
ea]   has   be
....  was
.������,-..        i        then? wi re  tw.'
rhi ���
��� ���     n    onsibli
��� i it the
starti e ca ise  ol
the .      ned       \ Smii
thei      :.:'���. listi lei
: n 1 to prov
���ii. hints
.... .    must have
���    t     e pai ties.
Citizens Blame Mayor
For Haileybury Blaze
. ���
.    '
\t   a
���      a ..      ...      , .     :      IS   in   a    '���' :i
rhi    , ���    .      i i    this stale
���:���-,,. . .     '...
: :    .      , :    .
. . ��� ��� een cans
I Incendlai Ism
.'. I
Ign  In an    evi ni
He   is   Not   Dead.
I1   -   ..a    K< im      has 1''. eived a
an who calls
! .     elf Dave La S iking hlm I I
...       ;. .'    to  Borne  un-
im ,,, a   x      a advi rllsod for
him  an I who    ��� eason  to  be
ll ve  is  a      ���' :��� nr   i t   Hi-s  city   or
The ci mm mi n reads as follows: San It..ii Isi 0, Aug. 1", 19011
Foi vs hoe ver this n i ��� each. 1 have
11 en a refugee fi om 'Frisco until
lately. A friend of mine Informed
ine that I lu*l been advertised tor,
hul could only remember II was from
New  Westminster.
Well, wh, ev:- you are, resl assured
that 1 am well, though i was aive-i
up for de.nl In Los Vngeles where 1
had the small pox, Davi Ln Sallo,
ir.'i North Avenue, s.m Francisco, Cal.
ll you should come here, write first,
,,, is not my living .addross,
Losers   in   Montreal.
Monl o ���'.     Vug.    .' I,    rhe    bucket
bop firms In this city of Louis Dowd
,v   Co.,  \\'nitele  &   Bond,  Morgan   ���'.-
Co.,  D,  McEvers  &   Co. and    J,    C
Everett  & Co., 11 ised  iheir doors ti
day as a result i [ the failure of M
...  Sage  &   Co., of  New   York,    The
aggregated loss is estimated al $125,-
000,    The losi :-  are small trades pen
pie. Ml*
Pol ce  Gtt   on   t ie   Tr,. :   cf  the   Vendor   and   Purchasers   and
Make   Arrests.
ihn   Sing    a   ( hin  i n n   ft ho   '..is
been  asi sl     workl
a Hon ini ng tin ��� ms during
lhe l'l Ini . .. ion, and ��ho a
bei u im lei sui pi< li u ol sup] A Ing
thi a wKh whiske} ��� r some lime,
was arn led .'esterduj morning
the cltj pollci -> hi " ��� . '��� i damag
in,.     ; . ",.   from   i
i.e. : '.., an, who wai found carefullj
nursing h i g I o tie ol rye The
Cell stial wi escorted to the lockup
ifl , ���, linstou, where he linger
ed all da;        11      emonn nt) I
Infon        " ed ti   Sing's
a-i lolug   a ���      ii   eived   nl   Ihc   poi   i
i n ni    nnd
i      hi   , ' ���        hal     n Indian wo
man ng wh >  I   on
Mnxwi       ami    Olfl i
ive      .   ,    but wore seen
id  hei   companion,
i    and   befon   the   of
ii      .,  ci uld get nei
pair on    lhe   i un      'I he
v..,., .������ nal ��� ";��� . in China
Tie-up Is Threatened
In City of Hamilton
Hamilton, Ont, Aug. 23- Everything i local  case  yesterday  before    having
I'olnts to a. He up oi the city streetward tl vldence.    Kitson said the
i company   could   nol   be
"Ulway,  Dundas line  and   Kuiiington
ixpected   to
deal    Willi    Ihree    lines   al    nun',    al-
D(l Oakvllle railway on Saturday. Of- (hough  the    Bame      company  owns
' I  ihe  union  have  refused  to then,.    The  union   -uni   a   letter   to
he Ontario railway and  muni- the company this morning proposing
!   hoard,   whieh   is   here   to  deal arbitration  bul   no  answer had  been
the   mailer.    The-,   claim   thai received up to i  o'clock.   The gym
'.'���niiii   in   the   London   Btreet pathy of the people is largely ror the
���. ���  cases was ,i travesty on jus- men on account of the poor service
"  and   thai   Kltson,   one   of    the the   company   has   been   giving   and
i   expressed hla opinion on the for other  reasons.
thwn, , Ihi man gol cloai away
He repo led I itei  al Iho station, but
v,.,a nol . i" I nn ler am t, aa there
| . ;,, |] , . len lh ���' he I. i ', had
I || ,a,e  |n lili   posi'- alon,    The woman
: .  regli'      In   Iho i hnrge hi ok  as
I     ���     Se. nl       .t;ii   I ytl   n.  and   when
a, il nod to ��hi :������ . lie recelvi d
ih.. whlsltej. he nave the Informs
lum thai le I to tho Chlnamnn'
resl 'i he I eleatlal complains lhal
he hfl in-' 'i unable to work for seme
time pasl on nccounl of n severe
gash which he received In his rlghl
i, md i ome time ago, but the police
I elleve lhal he has boon loo busy
lately dispensing booze to tbe Indians
io   lom,    foi    work.     Slug   und   Lucy
will race  ihe police magistrate tbip
morning, when the error Of tlieir
wnya will be pointed out to ihem In
such ,i manner that it i�� trusted win
make a lasting Impression upon ihem.
Industrious Squaws.
Indians still continue to pour Into
the Royal City and last night there
.   ...    ,      long thi
n t hi
.-'. ��� fieldi ��onu ti
nn   Industrlou
oldi and    ���   tin
doors  ol   llieii   tents  th
��� p |   in   basket   i   ikln
��� . ��� ���, ..., .      om      clei
��� ���   ��� ���' -i    ��������� mat
���' .A. soaked  In  ' i
Inuni d Into .   ...   I    ei
nl an In      ��� She had iu>
In ' r   au.i whi ii .',.,��� wanted to fold
an .- || ,   Hghtl... 'a    ised  hi -   strong
ti   teeth.
im   ���   ��� "i in      their    mem ���.
nnd   . ni    (,  mg      unldi B     ol
:   .       ,   �� ���     ,, ������   i-ftvi   lr    nxiund
i he i Itj  on a brand new bicycle,
Theie Is a considerable amount of
wiiiske;,   in circulation among    them
and   Ihe  police  fin i    it   difficult    to
h  them al  II  oi   find  when   tl
ll     The)   place   a   good   ileal  ol
lame   on   Ihe   klooti hmi a   who
���   :' ���    [Ill a,a  :,,    lie   , . ��� ���,
a    ���      , :       ,,     erWlsi . , i. ���    I
���      person       Th..  i oil e ������ ������
a.i   iicaj   ed In thi   ������  pei I
the; all   nn itli mi      men
nd   1 ���        In V,
inlei     lhe}    in      ira
Bids on Philippine
Wn ihlngton,  D   C,   \ ig    11    Bl'
���,   re o ii 'lied al Iho bun nu ol Insulai
rfalri. w ir tlepai tment,  odaj. ror oi >
million  dollan   ol   Philippine  certifi
. ales     Nuniei on    iilds  wi re
tetl   bul   it   Is  q.\| ected   Ihe    w ho e
nmounl   will  i worded  to  PI li   i
Itoblnson,  or  New   \ oi k,   v. hoi e    I I
wns  $1 0' IS  im   all  or  none of the
amount       One    of    lhe    bids    WM    al
high us ��.i.un ror ono hundred thou
sand   dollars   worth.
Governor   oi   Province  ol Valparaiso   Proclaim!   .1   St  e
of Seige    IYajio    lctdenti ol the Earthquake Aii~ Brought
to  L.i   hi.
a.  I   .-.:..
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.   ' .  1 , ,
; received om Vai
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���'   -������   r ��� the
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. ������ 1        She \> a��
'���   -  ���     1 board
.    ������> ar 0
....  .  .   .   ..   \. .
.,,.       ind poll
���  it feu  in- <������  . 1
n ���     iir     I   '���.     a
p. m ng   ' om
Ri . and the lal
  ~. ���:<���.:. ���      Ihe
. herefoi ��������� pat-
���...-. \ation  at   i asi   II   I ���  'nnie,!
.... 'a'aa a
he  p   ... tlon,
.'    W    Howlson,   Vi
George A   Clai k, Poi    Ki I       \
Oakl       P   Ci 111 "     .'    lira,.  .1    \
Redl Van      i-cr;   A. Q. Lele
M .-. .-. ell,     Van. ouv
h and       ,-.  San  l-'iaiip i ��� 1
'    ...  T.i       \ ,111, .���    ve
IA C   \    .   11, Seattli    G. D. Li
\ '.  G    I-'..- - ���      Medici ie
:   \\    Flen Ing   1 adm
'   Stei        Vanco ivei    R   \   w ��� Ight
\   Fon, Vani ouv.
Fn      P Hazelmere:     Cyril     H,
ti      '     ,   Wl     e    Roi .-
' aim  Bi r.iks  Ankles,
Montreal      Vug      '.' - rio-
f I.  G.  Oi den   th   I     vice
the C   P   R   "'il reg ���
,   ,.,  .   hal he n et �� Ith an ... i Idenl
\   ,    |i | ia,!,.     Hidi'iul    lakes.
ch hie i iklea wme broken
while painful no Berious results are
Robbers Shoot Clerk.
Vladtka\ ..a.-.   Vug   S3    Robbei .  to
' ".'.a.al   a   ,i,,w,lial   pan   on   a   1 all
I  train  al   Essentukl  and shol  a
.       who   was  cai i j iutr  $8,500     i
pollcemnti  accompanying    the    clerk
.   the train with the cash
��� ���    were nol . a) unci
Templeman Recalled
\    inrla,   Vug   ,';     \ telegram wns
.   ,               he I "'a  w   i ��� plen a-.
; ��� he. moi ning il In    te
a-     een rei ailed to Ottawa b}  the
Pi       .    -i ��� :a      I'i. ���.
ii 11  on    ���            night, '
Men   WflO   Are   Willing   to   Lal-or   Are
Wanted    in   Service   .'I
the    City.
Vfti been   suspended  dUl
\)\z the   '.hint season the '-ewe-. . ott;
.   ou will Btarl again on Monday,
and a plai ard ha* '��� een placed on the
, o   i      ie ,i: j hall calling attention
ti, q| v   able bodli d
-Tint. ;    ;    once    to    d:s
,     (111      . i   '      all . ��� : ��� M:
1   . ipi i .ii . ii.l.ni   ol   WOI k'-.   ill
lend     o   re mme  ��� pi i itlons  on   the
eel   -��� �����     extensions al the
nev   week,   and   di e
havi   dlffli ull i   i"
��� i ai this Beason of the
iii,-   ��� -��� <���   e-a Mei', iv ale sl i eel t a I
Ird  avenue   will  also come  In   ������
ia  |mi ���     e:   bis   attentions,   at) i    i
,.   ol men tt;'.' be placed to w<
oon as thi j can be securi I
In .   '. ��  da; i   the macadamising ol
i,. ���  hi Plai.  w ill be < ompleted, and
ihi   ..-1 n,ebtpg there will be trane
erred to the .-ewe: wnk.   Before the
end ol nexl  week it I ��� expected thai
n  ���   �� |    i .���  ,i  [at ge EiiiiE  or rn. n
,   ip- woi li ��� n the sewei  i on
. -,\ aii.   are ui ui being consti "��� l
���n.-a. n- :.,-..... of 'ii" 'in. and
ilth     ore men    l  hi ��� dl iposal.  Ml
i- ill     ��� a   ||     .1 a    u 0| k     I,.    , oill
.   .-I     \i ,,i, a ie the sidewalk uana
i i    WO     111       '"'    ::' . Ond   Bti eel,    whe  e
to have a aldew alk  laid
Suicide   Calked.
,i.,a    '. rii.p prema-
' "v M-s" " "'"""(. ii charge  11   i  gun  prevented
v'       Selkirk, 33    Th n    i  . |   ^orrlB, an  Kngllsh    lmtnlgfanl
: owni ! loda}  ic  falling ilotde bul as II was 'he shol
"i'i" ���' i      ���    A        11
.i.i Ivi ���' indi ���    Scotl   ,i
was   '      ���  .... ... rrlble wound lh hi" leg    "������
.   iti the ho pltal
Too Hot For Tennis.
.Newport, Vermont, Aus. 23.���Fifteen
matches were played today in the
third round of the all comers tourna-
Uienl for the national lawn tennis
i iiiiiuplotishlp in singles and in nearly
every Instance the picked players
won. Tho only match thai Beemed
a., all doubtful was the J. O. Ame,;.
T. R. Fell affair, which ended in the
second set by Pells withdrawal owing
to  the  heat.
Winnipeg Free Press
Estimates  Wheat Crop
Winnipeg, Aug. 23.���The Free Press
will publish tomorrow-an estimate of
this year's crop'prepared by Miss B.
CoraTlind, commercial editor, which,
while slightly in excess of figures
prepared by the Grain Dealers' association, is believed to be very close
to the mark.
The wheat yield Is estimated at 90,-
250,000 bushels or an average of nineteen bushels per acre on 4,750,000
acres.   The increase in acreage Is es
timate.! al eighteen per cent. Had ii
ind been for the hot winds ot the
past week the esiimate would have
been twenty bushels. The Free Ptfetkj
estimate tor the past three years has
heen (he most accurate published and
ns the paper has had five special correspondents in the field for the past
twenty days, it is reasonable to suppose that the estimate this time is
as accurate as it can be made before
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Vi'.tsr'5-a THE DAILY NEWS
Clean, dry crystals ��� that are
absolutely pure���that will not cake
SALT.    The be�� for I	
Confesses   That   Whte   Pass   and   Yukon  Ry. Allo/.ed Rebotes to
Ii, ��� ..    . ..���The inquiry   b)
the i i. ��� comi     >ion in
to the fn ighl rati larged ���:���' the
\. hiti   Pas    road was i oni lu le i yes-
:.       ���   - ���:;������:-    left
last nighl for Ottawa. Decision will
be rea lere 1 Iati
During the Inquiry Presldenl Graves
of the White I'a ���- contende i that the
White Pa s ha le no     g . rofits
F T Cong lon . Henry N. Kleei Iter, counsel  foi   the Dawson board of
.a-,  a :   fO     Ya     a     |'.    :  ���        .      -   .   :
i . ha ,-e Mr. Graves      i   ��� ooks
of  thi . sl  a    te   his
stati Mr. Grav|      il I ';-'
hi re, but i i I    i -:
.... .   produci Mr. G
then ofl    e I wh it he
... .    ' ��� i A
Dawso      iui I refu                     this
Mr. Gravi
. :..- of thi . i the
White   1'
little         th As
: .       i*i ears ago Mr
I.    ivi -    '���'.    s
:u   ri. .... ....    Da .������    '.
mer' , 1  to  him  to
threatened un-
: ng of the        siness by lowei
V ikoi ��� ad    tra ling
p Mr.  Graves held    there
was to  protecl   vVhite
Pi -- - hi    ���   -    g dnsl the lowei
. ,:., . nies.    He - ii 1 he gave re ial  -
.. ���    i   r for the same reas >-..
Man testifie ;    aga ns!
��� ��� u hite Pas -. ���--������; ting th the
falling      f in  pop ilation an 1 the ex-
. ition of *he rich pi ice .     el iw-
11  rates necessai y to   tee I i
��� . going b ' the working >! lov n a li
. ��� i .els.
Mr.  Graves  contends    the    White
Pass nee is a gre iter  , il in
ne is    efore It can reduce rates
Thanlceray'i Portrait.
The following story furnishes an es
ample of the manner tn which Thackeray did not hesitate to 'rent w!   ��� .
considered vanity in others.  Afl tr long
pleading his family Induced the fr:   ,
novelist  to  sit   for  bis   portrait,       I
Lawrence,  tbe painter,  gladly   undertook the task.   Soon after tbe pi tur
was completed Tha, ...      ban    1 to
be dining at his club ��� j omp us
S'/Zce? of the gpards -������ ppt : i ���������-: 'e tl
table and sal:.
"Haw,  Thackeray,  old   boy,   I   '
Lawrence lias been  painting j   .  ; ir
".So lie bas," v,-a* the reply,
"Full length?"
"No; full length p rl    it     re : >r sol
dJers, that we ;..:.;.' thi lr :-; '.:'-. I Ut
the other end of the man Is the pr
pal  thing  with  authors,"  said Tha '.
Con Talk Without Tongae,
'Ther.; Beems to be a mistaken li i
presslon abroad," remarked a loctor
the other day In speaking of the i isi
of a man who ba 1 hi ongue cut out iu
an effort to cure a case of cancer of
that member, "that when a man li
unfortunate enough to lo3e bis tongue
thenceforth all power of speech i.s
denied bii This is nol so. While it Is
true th : ti il : any i. ��� . i irvive this
operation for any great leug h of time.
It is equally true thi : they can speak
so long as they live and with only a
comparatively slight Impediment in
their utterances. If you will hold a
pencil crossways between y air teeth
and speak while it remains In that position you can get just tl,.. effect it
bas on human speech when the ton ie
Is entirely removed."
S.-h or iti-nt-ri ;
tf it be true, as c mj ictur d
latest explorers, that Luke i |   .j
idly drying up, tbe pro ess will
bly be regardi l  I y  the gw!   -
simply a i ontinuati n erf o; ��� ��� vb
been going on for u -������������ lu .
rlca.    The whole of tl ���  .-    ,..
certainly  once  either an  an .
Bes or a vast lake, nnd \. ike <
probably only the (In il ; ��� innnnl
huge sheet of v uter.   'I he
must : Iways have beeu very -
a   faci   which    made   Its   evap
ea.vy. and Lake ('had is reporl
little  more  than   a   morass  ot
greater por;ion of its urea.
. in
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.... be
;.ilu tneuAurements.
To measure corn find number of cu
ble feet in crib, then multiply by '.) and
divide by 20, which gives the amount iu
bushels. To determine amount of shell
ed corn to be obtaiued from crib ol
coru iu ear find cubic feet of corn, divide by 2. and the product will be ih-
number of bushels of Bhelled corn, a
two cubic feet of corn If sound and dry
will produce one bushel of shelled corn.
To finil the number of bushels of apples, potatoes, etc., in a bin multiply
Uie length, breadth and thickness to
gather anil this product, by 8 and poln'
off on<> figure In the product for deci
mals.���lowa State Bolster and Fu'- r-r
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Great Shoe Sale
���*    ) SKu
Our Prices Will Put  a Smile on Your Face
= for To-Day   Friday  and Saturday
No. 1    ,
Men's "Geo. A, Slat* r's" Chocolate Kid Oxfords, made with large
eyelets and Military Heels, our $4.50 Shoe for $3.25.
No. 2
Men's "(ri".. A. Slater's," Ri sia Calf Bals, splendid wearers; our
$5.5.0 Shoes for $3.50.
No. 3
Men's "Packard" Shoes, in Chocolate, Kid, and Russia Call; a
$5.00 Ai erican Shoe for $3.25.
No. 4
Men's, "Frank Slater's" Strider Shoes, in Russian Cal:'; a $5.00
Boot for $3.50.
No. 5
Men's ���'Keen Kut" Shoe, a $4.50 Chocolate Kid, Blucher Cut Boot
for $3.50.
No. 6
Men's "Keen Kut" Dongola Kid, Duck Lined Boots; a regular
| $4.00 line for $3.00.
No. 7
Men's, "Keen Kut" Box Calf, Heavy Sole Boot; always sold for
$4.50.    Now $3.50.
No. 8
Men's Geo.  V Slater's $4.00 Black Vici Kid Oxfords, for $2.50.
Ko. 9
120 pair La Iii  ' D ngola Oxfords, light and heavy soles ; regular
$1.75 and $2.25 goods, for $1.00.
No.   IO
Ladies' Geo. A. Slat >r's Black G. W. Oxfi rds, i ur $4 0 I S   ������-
No.  1 1
La lies' John McPherson Chocolate Kid $3.00 Oxfords, a nie   I
sole shoe, for $1.95.
No. 1 2
Ladies' Geo. Slater's Olive Kid Oxfords, a $4.00 Shoe for $2.25.
INo.  13
Ladies' Black Kid Oxfords, our regular $2.50 Shoes for $1.75.
No.  14
Ladies' Tan Kussia Calf Heavy Sole Boots, a $4.50 line for $_a   .
No.   15
Ladies' Kid Button Boots, Patent Tips, a $2.75 Boot for $1.75.
No.  1G
Ladies' Kid Lace Boots in Box Calf and Kid, $3.00 Iii     .' ir $2.00
No.  1 7
.Misses' Chocolate Kid Lace Bunts, heavy soles, $2.25 line for $1.15
No. 18
Children's Black Slippers, sizes 3 to 7 1-2, our 95c Shoes .' a 5
No. 19
Children's Black and Tan Slippers and Oxfords, sizes 8 to 1" 1-2,
regular $1.25 goods, for 75c.
No. 20
Children's White Canvas Shies, anv size in the store for 50c.
These Prices Ought to Make the Shoes Go!
Here's a golden opportunity to save money.
NOTE���The above lines have been greatly
reduced in price for To-Day's and Saturday's
trade. The sooner you come the better you'll
fare in regard to sizes and assortment.
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situated BflSl of the head of
I'Mi Lake, N w. District! Oomiliehc
im-. al ii stake planted on the North
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old claim No, 1098, thence Northerly
Vli  chains,  theme  "West    Ml    Chain's,
thence South 80 chains, thence Bast
SO chains to poinl or commencement
Staked  Annus!   i::i)i.  1908,
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a  settlemenl ol thi   flehi i S
Wanhlnrtnn and  Hnrrnrd.
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iho president and fellows of the colleg��
nt tie meeting nt Watertown April 3
17711, "ns nu expression of the grati
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services *In the cause of his country
and to their society." The signers wen
President Samuel Langdcm, Nathaniel
Appleton, John Winthrop, Andrew EI
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���A rive-' ������-.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1906.
The annual statement made in the
Imperial Houes of Commons by Mr.
Morley, Secretary for India, was in
the nature of a summary of the retails of stock-taking of the condition
of public affairs In India, as well as
an Indication of the policy intended
to be pursued in fat ure. Some people
are inclined to say that Great Britain's government of India has been
a dead failure; Mr. Mori-.'.,' emphatlcal-
lj denied that; he did not deny that
India wns poor; he knew that the
system of governmenl was costly, and
he expected that it was extravagant,
but, he said, "could we not say the
same of Great Britain itself." As a
nun ler of fact, many of those whom
he addressed were there for the purpose of saying just such things iu relation to the affairs of the old country. The figures which he had to
I.i;. before them concerning India were
encouraging. For some years there
had been a surplus of revenue over
expenditure, resulting partly from the
facl that the country generally was
more prosperous. This surplus had
been used in making a partial reduction of the sail tax. which was regarded as a very oppressive tax In
India, and this remission had evident
ly been felt as a great relief by the
poorer people, and had resulted in an
Increase of ten per cent, in con-
sumption. There was also a general
rise in consumption of the necessaries
of life, as well as in the standard or
living, which of course showed an
increased purchasing power, and was
a certain indication of prosperity.
Referring to the public works undertaken by the government, he said
that the principal ones were the
building of railways and canals, and
the conservation of the forests. The
net revenue from these three things
had nearly doubled in the past five
years, and was now five millions
($25,000,000). The railway mileage
at present was ;i0/il) miles, and it
was increasing at the rate of 1,000
miles a year. Quoting figures Irom
other countries Mr. .Morley showed
that this was a large mileage, all
things considered. In 1003 two hundred and fifty million passengers and
fifty-six million tons of goods had
been carried. He said it would doubtless make iho mouths of travellers
and merchants in the old country water to know that the average charge
for passengers was less than half a
ceni per mile, and the average charge
for goods, one cent per ton. He
might have added that it would make
the mouths of people in other places
besides the old country water, especially when they Knew that at
these rates the system had returned
a handsome net revenue after paying
interesl on its cost and other charges.
The people who insist that Government ownership of railways and other
public utilities must necessarily be a
failure, should be careful to avoid any
reference to India in their arguments,
Referring to the revenue derived
from forests Mr. Morley spoke of the
enthusiastic spirit in which those
who were concerned in the work of
fina-i conservation in India spoke of
the splendid asset whicli these forests
were, and would continue to e, to
' bi   . ountry.
Referring to the controversy which
I' id been raging lately as to whether
imports or exports were the true test
of national prosperity Mr. Morley said
it did not matter a pin which one
chose in talking about India, as iio'h
i xports ami imports bad been rising
with considerable rapidity in recent
years. He pointed out tha' India rv is
a large country, and In such a country, occupying a vast continent, and
peopled by different races, one could
find of course poor districts and rich
districts, and both optimists and pessi
mists could find in India material out
of which they could make r?ool cases:
but a general view of the while country and circumstances showed that
India was advancing. There were
many people who though', and he
felt inclined to sympathize with their
view to a certain extent, that it
might have been better if 'rlia had
retained its old fashions in marufac
ture and other tilings, [or a longer
time; but the fact was that western
ideas, and western learnin ; and western methods were obtaining a foothold there: times wer- changed and
the details of our sys'-mi of gjveru-
tnenl in India must ch mge with tho
Dealing with India's re ition to the
free trade question Mr. Morley said
' a. il the C ise of India really lay In
a nutshell. If the market for her
foodstuffs and raw material was not
ample in volume and favorable in circumstances how could she bear the
weighl of her obligations? In 1905-6
her exports amounted to ln5 millions
and her imports to tilt millions. Of
the exports the United Kingdom took
only 25 per cent., and the chief cus-
tomers for the remaining three-
fourths were the states of Europe,
the Far East, and the countries bordering 01 a- Indian ocean. If India was asked to retaliate and to introduce a preference In our favor she
would be asked to discriminate against
three-fourths of her customers in order to satisfy one-fourth. He would
trouble tl e house with only one illus-
trati .... In the last four years Ger-
... - ill for In II i's produce had
risen from ��6,000,000 to ��10,000,-
000 per annum, while the value of
German goods sol.i to India had only
risen from ��2,000,000 to ��2,500,00
That showed that the industrial de-
ipnient of Germany did India no
harni, but rather did her good
wiping the market of the raw pro-
��� -:,.��� had to sell. It was of course
ting! nd who gained from this increase of the purchasing power ol
India, ecause the bulk of the Indian
; - ..: ��� fr .-.ii the United Iving-
i un
P. R. ticket agent at :iie coal city,
not in New Westminster ft was accidentally misplaced in making up lhe
paper. We have to apologize to the
Vancouver Province for unintentionally misleading it, as it last night
printed an account of the accident as
a "special" from this city, ami knowing ilia' the agenl of the C. P. R. here
was nm named McGirr, jumped to
the conclusion that Mr. McGirr was
the new agent of the G. N. R. Tint
gentleman's name is F. C. Meyers.
Thus the accidental separation of our
paragraph trom its date line, mixed j
things  up  .ill  around.
W. R. Gilley, '.-none 1-S8-SL
Under tire heading "A Pointer [or
. Xew Westminster" the Victoria
'Times suggests thar the discovery of
the Fraser by the man whose name
ihe river bears should be celebrated
in this cit.. on the centenary of
Fraser's arrival at the townsite,
which will be .inly 1, 1908. Uni iss
we are mitsaken, this matter was
a.noted some time ago, and no doubt
will receive full consideration in i ;������
time. We io not recall at tlie moment rhe exacl date of the first permanent settlemenl of the townsite,
lur it was in lv;s. and certalnij wiih
in a few months, possibly a few week.-.
,) days of the fiftieth anniversary of
��� ie presenc here of Fraser m his
journey to the sea. It would be quite
appropriate, therefore, i i i el ���' i
the centenarj of Fraser's arrival here
ami trie jubilee of the cit;'i founda-
tioi    r   'In'  same time.
 o- ���	
i��:. ��� if mr cotem's calls i' "The
Xit\ Yell ��� .'��� Peri:," bul Is te thai
lescription I self little '. ellow?"
I Where does the pei omi II the
fa I - ki ��� -.'.:. ' Paper < hich are
edited under "influence" '.'n".' speedi-
i lose all Influen ll . I he public
once   the   C ict  that  the und >r
inf] ieni ���'   : ic imes   ip ��� irei I
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents 15. C. Pottery C o. sewer pipe, fr.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement C .
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. D
'Phone lb
Yesterday morning there appeared
on the front page nf this paper, a
paragraph which sel forth ilia- a Mrs.
McGirr, "wife of the '.mal (A P. R.
ticket agent," had met with a serious
ai.-! pair.' il acident. The paragraph
ba e . : Inted wi'h another under a Nanaimo date line, as
the lady name-! Is the wife of the C.
"Wa; -   A; ��� ���    ' loes not
-���- t   r .  appl      . ce
tainly have a right to bu;   i paper if
the   wani  to an I hi i price; b it
.i  'A the
bill   [airly   well;   [or   a-.a:   '.. the
or  plan, ���     . ire
ferred    ���   ��� ive entire
'.ai ��e  ire .A .���  i'i'.4 to ���������������  ��� i,'
i Victoria C    mi    has to say ab tut
r*"      AN ODD b-ft  l-OOD
tlrr-iti-. ttf fh��*  v.iicnuiir   Onritic  Snatl
Knovrii   n*  the   Abalone.
Though iln- flesh of the abulone .-i ���������
nutritious im' wholesome article <������
food, highly esteemed hy Ihe I ...:.���-.
ami Japanese, few pe 'pie ir. the I uit
cl   Stales   know   anything   about   thi
abalo ., "i'1 tii u it has a li . -.������ A. I,
with a bright, pearly Interior. Thcubu
Inue is a gigantic - ',i sua . �� h i ie u u
��� ir i; home is the .leap water off a roi.:;
.���oast. Tin' whole coast of central auJ
lower California, from Cap Memlo
clno t ' i .ipe St. Lucas, ab mnds in aba
lones, ilie supply being al - ilutely un
limited. As fast as au area .if lishici;
ground i-. depicted I is repeopied I j
full grop-n abal me. coming in ft'",,
the ocenu. Three mouths after a pieci
of ground has he,-a thoroughly cleared
by ihe alia;.me :.-!i ��� ������. ���..,. 3U| ; ... i- as
abundanl as ever. Th,. content a .,.' thi
iare,- abalone shell weigh as much a.
two pounds.
Long ago '.he Chinese and Japanese
discovered the value of ihe meal as a
wholesome and digestible food. Thi
supply of abalones in Chinese water!
is, however, small, and the llshina
grounds o!T the coasl of Japan were -���
heavily drawn upon that they becami
exhaust,..;. The pe iple arc forbidde
by an imperial edict from taking tl..-:.,
Th..  .lap  !;   iai  '     a ���-.'  ia  I 'a111 ir
i.i.i dive . ir tl. '.. ���..:,. b- ci
al,.mi   ih,-  roi I; the botl 'ia  of thi
s. a    .:,       ������ p a   .,,;i side    tl ���'   SUI'I
'i'he   .!.���   ���.   ;.; lug   t! em   ��� -'.. ir ���
sprea 1 them oul place t
���: '      This |    ���   -     redti    - ti." .-' ilon
'  i a;-     ...     third    ..':'-���;���.'	
leaving       ��� ���<: ;>,,,,      ; ,
I nl     ,.   -    " ���������'..
wher '���:..'���-:.. . a I ���. ��� l ...
gr Ini i ��� iw ler .    1 used f >r m ������'..
lag soup
III  the pu     .  .'     ;,  v.,;.-    of tl 'Ill
the abal mc ,. ������������.   , I       It ls a clean
feeder its flesh Is al .  y- sound  and
wholesome,  being ���-���;;,. rl r ia  this r
poect   to  that oi    v.'.-r-   -I',.'   clajns,
which live near shore   w I
contaminated by sewage aad oil
{rarities.   The vis. era ,>t an  i     , .
unlike   those   ,,(  the   clam   ,,
which  must be swallow��� I ,
quite separate   fr be       .
edible part ami can be del ,
single   stroke   of   a
Knife. -Chi
KiikIIhIi  I'rram  < h.-.-���..-
Very thick cream It p iui
Into a linen bag and this buug
u kisin undern iath :,i cal   i i
in a  >1 room or cellar.   The iir ia tin
room must be pai'". as the rrea ,,
absorbs odors.   Wbon ihe whey
ly drained off, 'he bug is tv
ami  I".uml so us t,.  lr;.' thi      a.'
Then, after twenty-four I       r
hours,  according  i >  temperature and
tlie   consistency   of   the
"ehe ��e" Is ready to eai     id i
mold   I    ris    desired.    Th i     ;
en- im cheese" is hardly clu
rennet  is used,    t'erhap i II
called a "sour cream curd "
(Hill.   Troi-H.
Even   tin    Iree*   in G
().. are lull of weaitl
and   Edgar   Sabur  o I i  ������'    i
down an  Ad elm trc i        ��� I
Week   uf   [lea .::,>,."   [n   wl
coons, a swarm   if bi        nd
of honey.   The trc ��� w,i ? also
for its timber    Gard ���ti.iv.
Hon She  Knew.
Mr. McSosh���What was   I th    i
y iu think I'd been 'Ir.r.k:
Mrs. McSosh   ' lb, I don't kuov     I -   i
[1'isp- the  fact   tb il   - ,'i   ��� ���
drunk bad   as n to do
any thing.���I 'Ie'   land Li   dei
"Is y.iur daughter going I ��� i ���..
debut this a .ason, Mrs, P i
"No,   Indeed!    Mme   P
to all tl*!.    We don't hat
own   sewing   no   m ire'     ii ���
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Competition Closes Sa;iiurcSay9 September 22, 1 90G
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in G
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a. coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first numb'11-'
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Columbia Street
New Westminstei
iSsP ���AY| AUGUST 24, 1MS.
All About the . .
Picnic Sale
Numerous enquiries were received as to the meaning
of the phrase���to all of which ��� offi explanation���It's a sale thai offers mch opportunities to you
a t.i be of more satisfaction I i >u ��� fun of a
basket picnic you can non . of merchandise which yon re ill need���and oth ... aicb
reallv wani  to h ive   al  .��� a line savin
Basket No. 9
Ranchers' Crash Towi llin .���    lai        , ir
kitchen   use,  has  two  strlpi     of  rei
.ui border, this sale  	
10c yard
Basket No. 10
GO  inch  Table   Linen,  hal          ���   a |
Basket No. 11
8 I
Ble ich   I   SheeJ Ing,
ar :: this  - ii". ...
r . I
80c yard
20c yard
Basket No. 12
Linen   Rolli :    Towel .:
Dandi  ' Irash,   Aii; sale,  ..
6c yard
Basket No. 13
r.i irea Tweeds an .
JOO 1     f t     K II
.  .....  11.25 an    ' 1.50
ai ���    spe-
.  exl ra   wl le,   fo '-
    75c yard
Basket No. 14
Sat ia..
.. 1>.
40c yard
Basket No. 15
A  fine sele ition i f T vced
i   for ��� irlj  tall wear,
* v. ,'.      and 7
... a;.'
Basket No. 10
1'"" m   3      aer V ��� whi
leevi       nd      ,'      '.. sves,
*.lli      lli.i
'2 for 25c
��        Ms     Me.%
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
���' me Iti ani see our assort-
11 enl of the famous
-- o��
.' ������.<
- -' ;���.' v
Which arrived a short time ago.
It is swell.
fAione  157.
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Local News Briefly Told
The 0   G   8. Petrel left port yee-
baving heen tied up at
the   ;overi     ml   wharf for a day.
Miss Goulet, daughter of Station
Agent Ivi. Uotilet, haa returned from
a   visit  to friends  in Vernon.
The D. G. S. Georgia will leave In
the course of a tew days for the
Campbell river, about 200 miles north,
mi  an  official  trip.
The Ice-ci 1am so Ial announced to
be   held   this   (Friday)   evening   by
the  Sapperton  Methodist church, has
een pdsponed  until further notice.
Misa   Rlt i   Do iglas  returne 1  b >in -
'���-���������::.,.  from Vancouver, where she
had   been  spending  some 'ime    with
,-. i.i
Tl iter Lily arrived In
���    ; i.   with   a   good    sized
,1      if sl Ins   ��� bolts fo   the Fraser
Rl .'������      oiber c impany.
.\  ' :        ,    . ne  tug   calle I    the
G     ���      ime into port yester la   t i
Spring It is owne I at. i
"'������-.       A ill "in'   ,\:   Pur-
City i busy yes
...   . ��� iln through
M :Inn< ���   -������-.��� a   ��� borough-
ire   of  China! :            ������'.:'    Will
' e complel -    In oui le   il   lays
p   na'-e to property.    [I   blazed  up
i\\e:y yesterda;   for awhile in
unch  of shingle   j'S-   timber,  at
���   orner ur the Blue Mountain road
and created a lot of smoke.
The 15. C. Mark"-, company has a
big scheme on haul for the exten-
iion of their alreaiy large business.
They have bought a large tract of
land in the Eburne jiacnct and are
figuring" on  the  erection  of a large
il "oir of most up to date design.
The plans ami specifications are under course of preparation and will
be  public  property.
Pat   Bowlwer,   city   electrician,     is
these   .lays   buying  a   stock  of
 rical   lamps   for   distribution
��� xhibltors at the forthcoming
n ge and i-aried stock of
globes and fixtures will be purchased
-i thai exhibitors can have a good
choici ' i select trom when 'hey arrive,
Just Received an excellent line of Pictures of
all grades.
OLEOGRAPHS 20 x 40 for $1.50
OILS, good size        - ���   $2.00
See them.    They will delight your eyes, tempt
your purse and make ynu happy.
Moulding in large varieties.    Framing a specialty.
Duponl Block. Telephone 73.
'�� >:
.'.  McG iv    .        the C. P   R   aavt-
lej a '... :.'   was   ::.   'he   , ity
esterda     and       ��� '     ed  an   Inspe ������
ti   i  of the hull   ���''    the    ; ..-    ag i
The   A.;. dm i  ....  which   was   re-
enti;   ������   :. al I be B. C. Rifle association t   ������ nament by E. E. John Iro ot
i-   on  exhibition   In  J,   G,
n's   store   win low.    The   trophy
il 01 ������      ���.,. '...   c ilie 1   an
i      11   has  .-   - il      lai ip   lenea ir
tap I ..a   which to  lraw I he
ontent -.    it   is  rather    a   ban Iso    ���
ind   leai s the inscription "Pre-
-   .'        ...   the    cor loration    of    the
;' ty   of   Nanaimo."
Reduced Prices
Ladies' Blouses and
Shirtwaist Suits I
The  White House
A. J. BIRTCH. 275 Columbia St.
,''. D   Scott, su   srlnten lent of the
���:.  A.  R.,  was in  the ci j   ; esterday
:   om   o�� his periodical  visits.
.-.   ������ i (turning i i Se itt
H. C.  Bryce,  superinten 1 mt   if   he
electrl        *  .     tmi I I   if this   livislon
'-���.'..   :'.:.-. ���   ised Capl
.   |..p���, n Fourth i
:. ������ ..; l will shortlj   .A;,- his family
:..  Wisconsin
A thres      - engine which hns beep
rr. | fitted out by the Vulcan
Boiler   ' passed inspei tlon   yes-
. ��� imi i   away   last  eve-
,"  -        I ire J. L. Inn Isay, Its
use it ro run a separator.
I  .      M  Li m -  -'.iii return to   lutj
, irning    ftei h iv-
.  .. ��� n days    ;.  his  an-
The men   m the
force   will   ran   ���  ke   their   holidays,
lays ^    ation
a yeai
Of!:       Stevens escorted an Indian
,  : he  police  1 ickup    las'    evening,
vhen    the   brave   v.as   kin lly   given
edging for the night  by Jailer Maxwell.    The  Siwash   was  found  under
the  influenc    of  liquor, and  as  this
Mr.   Ia   ontrary to rhe moral- of the tribe,
to-  he w is gathere I in, in I will be granted an audience by the magistrate this
School Suits
Charlie Barrieau who �� , -  - , badly
ed  In the c igs   " hich  drive the
. !. .; il in the Fi asei River Lumber |
. ...; any's shingle mill on Wednesday
was reported last night to be resting
better than he had done since entering the hospital. The doctors are
making a strong effort to save one
arm The limb is badly lacerated by
the cogs and there Is a doubt as to
.vi.,.-'iie;- it will ever be of any use
ven if the doctors are able to forego
Th" residents of the Blue Mountain
listnct are threatening to either or-
gantzi    i    . --������ an 1 -'. ot a big buck
.  which is devastating their straw-
be Is or have the beast arrested
the provincial constable's depart-
Mready a . insiderable amount
i;: . in left    esterday for   of amunltlon Iras been wasted on the
Grind! A  when   -;' ���  will   spend      itter which seems to hear a charmed
dnder of thi   -     '    r as the   life ana Is getting on some people's
st of some relatives in that town,   nerves.    Strawberry   plants   and   the
tips   o;   young   raspberry   canes   are
'  -    '   ;      ' '     i - favorite diet.
Nelson, after spending the pasl week
:;      ,   ;:,-'.   , of the Colonial i    Owing  to  compl Ints   having   been
.*.-.,A     ''���" recentb that passengers travel-,
to Vani   iver over the B. C. E.!
Almost At Your Own Price.
$2.50 and $3.00 Suits, yours for -
$3.00 and $3.50 Suits, yours for -
$3.75 and $4.50 Suits, yours for -
above fitting boys from
7 to 1 O years of age.
We have not only the largest
and best stock of WATCHES
in the city, but also have the
sole   agency for the HAMIL-
|  TON WATCHES which for accurate time keeping
!���;  cannot bo beaten.
I      W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, Ihc Jeweler, Columbia St.
Th.' Vulcan Boiler works yesterday
el.,'! a now   in I up to date rivet
forge, v      b  is the first of its hind
, to be brought Info New Westminster.
The forge ls operate I I ,   com] ress i I
| ai.' instead of by hand  md w u-ks auto-
I m&tically.
A  Chinamafj  ha ne I  Lee Sing who
I was   co   i av    aj .   ared   before  Capt.
P  "i : i. igh,   S.   M.,   ; esterd ij    morning . h irged with re islng to pay his
���    ���:. :������  '.ix  was wise enough ro set-
':    ou   of court, and heme failed to
t :: a  up  an 1  :.t.v  the musi
Tb    Wesl bii itei  Fish and Towing
i . mpany's steatner the Dauntless was
in  porl   yesterdity  and  brought  in  a
.:'    ni:,;;. of  logs  from   Reld j
nd for the Frasei River mills, The
io a.- contained 20 swlfters and ner,,
taken  through  the  big  bridge safely
i night after a considerable amount
...   i-.aa. ile.
N'e '   ���'    ',; Q   tn le,  clt;   treasurei,
is having a new house built opposite
; be Crescent,   llis pre\ lous hOU ie ha i
become  too   small   for    the    family
the arrival  of  Mr,  McQuarrl \
:���.. and  it  was   i ue i  advl sable to
secure larger quarters. The new re.-i-
deni ��� will be co a ileted lu n1 out two
\ lai ge c nsignmenl i ' ele i rlcal
appliances, wire, cross bars, etc., j
v. ere taken to Ladner on board the
Transfer yesterday afternoon and
will be utilized In the Ladner lighting scheme. There are already a
large body of workmen busy in that'
town putting up tbe poles in readiness  for stringing up the vires.
Arthur .t. Mould of Vancouver has
filed an application In the government agent's office for the privilege
of purchasing 160 acres more or l"ss
ot unoccupied '.atti In the New Westminster district on the shores of the
Quit ot Georgia, and running westward frum lot 1582. Thc land is to
i e used ror grazing purposes.
The fire on tho Pitt road Is not
yet extinguished although it is riot
.enerally believed to be tn any way
Ry. on the days when the 50c return
i Is iii ��� igue, have been experiencing some difficulty in securing transfers to English bay or Stanley par...
1. ical Manager McQuarrie announce.1
yesterday that he would investigate
these complaints and that tlie matter
be set right at once. All pas-,
Vancouver on these days ,
the    transfers,    and
-Al have no diffl^W iu ��,jwilli"2
���IJa't's    XO
. ��� e  entitled
Wanted   at   Once���Quick,   active
ergetl'e boys.    From 15 to 2ii years
of age.    Apply  personally, Western
Canadian Can Factory. Sixth street.
For   Sale���Secon !   hand   buggy,  road
cart' and  harness.    W,   H,    Madill,
(are   \. Spec];, Columbia street.
Wanted���Active, Intelligent lads
aboul eight n years ol age. at Fruit
Cannery, i".  at street.
��' i
How nicely ani easily a Cake can be iced with
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Plnfe, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and   Coconut  Cream.
Advertise   in   ���e   News
* 1
Balloon Ascension and Parachute Jump every day,  and many other free
acts.   Dancing every day and night and a big continuous Vaudeville Performance
Onc Whole Week of Eun.   Baseball and   Other Sports
Wednesday,   August   22nd,   British   Columbia   Day
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Humor and Philosophy
Special Summer Courses EMERSON'S DRY DOCK Grand Trunk Ry.
'I! .  ��� ��� i phon.       ph
> a . ,  ....
.   that t   ne
I: mi   '���   Mm.
hard by
���   .   T
i !���   ���' :       a rom work
i porch at night
..-. ���.. ���   noise,
i:    : ..���     ���   ��� it     . ���: two,
Sa-   ....     .     ts her go,
And "Su '.    .        iT.rns at large
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3-1.  ���'.. ���   ��� that i       m    i   hi   hears
And ko a again
I 1 i ,���.���      more.
!: t tunes
For Teachers in the
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R.  J.   SROTT,   B..A..  Principal.
H. A.  SCRIVEN,  B. A.. Vice-Prin.
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Floin Era
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A. ... ..: I. More Material.
��� A . ," exclaimed 111.  ��� a' ;   ,,;;..
'ii" i    Miss   Cast! .'a-.   "1
:             ' mething else."
I i . Ia' ignifkant,
"Th : :. a: says 11����� Is looking fur
his better 1    : "
A -i. At ini; he ���������. ould 1 etter make
ft tw
His Cuest.
"Ch, whoi  a ray brother,
So far  tn      thi        b and the town'.'"
"I patli M.    search foi anoth r
Ir, I. I,.,..      who won't turn me down."
A Rapid Pace.
"That young nam Is going pretty
swift, isn'l he?"
"lie lias ta ur his debts would overtake him."
Quite Right.
"What sort of juke is the most enjoyable?"
"The one that a pretty jArl dimples
"How  vi ry  polite Mrs.  Brown  was
lhis morniiif. I '
"Then she musi lie mad at you."
She���Are you in.,,; of nui biscuits?
lie (mean ugly)   Thai depends njon
who make- them.
They Rather Applaud.
��f  *    EY
Foot of-ith Ave.  Cor. 16th  Streel
New Westminster, W. C.
A Gift For Our Custom
y-y  "",'
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centi i
PHILADELPH1 \.  via Niagara F
Foi   A-   ! Tables, i   :., address
rwn -m m ������* i �����   Assistant Hen'! Passenger and 'I
fhe Milwaukee    t?^^!^^���
All kinds ol* Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
i!3   '������   ";  i
\l  DENTAL  |
^ muni'    TCA&     -^    r.p-....-
W^aSfe  !   ���   ''Ji;
li.yfea *��?-,. ;0 ,a t*co. ��.'
'���jsfsij.i   'U ���"���" %���<���-
In Every Package ol Colgate's Dir.'.al Powder
We Give a Presenl of a cake of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
*REE, (Guest Room She)        FREE
A Wonderful  Bargain.
Open ror Business
{    July -4,  15C6.
Public Notice!
The bfittci   -���; ndi th .-. his i lace
A nd rn  ki    : .-   .'���   i  ��� ���
For no om   thinki  lo . all   t base
To make a ���   I
W 111 I' ll .��� ;, , ll' ale. Ihere also ls
SOIIie "i ,        '       .   : a i. off tliem.
An   ;  ���     |.   polor   i ipedltlon   looks
good ii ys,
Every ! ild thlnUs the earth was
made for bim, and it probably was.
Things me sure tu go awry when
yon try lo cut truth on tbe bias,
Some i>" iple spend so much time being thankful that they are as ihey are
thai they lose must of the fun.
Warm weather is too relaxing for
warm friendships.
The man behind the shovel doesn't
gei any credit, bul be raises a lot of
A woman often finds it hard to preserve her fruit and her temper at the
same time.
Men who nre sufficient unto them-
selves arc often found deficient unto
If the community is safe and sane n
freaky administration will come out all
No doubt money Is n curse, but fer��
of tis ever get enough to be affected.
The annual general meeting of the shareholders of
the New Westminster Southern Railway Company will
be held at the offices of the
V. W. & Y. in Vancouver at
10 o'clock A. M. on Wednesday, the 5th day of September, 1906.
T. .1. TRAPP,
For Sale
Well-�� . -   ed i ine Cord-
wooa; couici deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
China Department
Is filling up.   C me and see the lovely
MOREY'S c��lumbi��st.
Telephone A1S1  or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
"The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago.   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
N ���   tra ns    :i   the   service
��� li    d  in  the v      I that -equ
, ��� ui] ::. nl   thai  i ' the M I-
��� ���   &   St,   Paul   A. .A  ...
rate their   ������:. n    lee]
��� ��� tl   :   I .
heir  p itron      n
:   ���'    .
i.i4 Third St., cor Alder. Porl
Canadian Pacific
Royal !V!ai! Steamship
if     i
from ild
mi y lying  I
: ���  e,
Xext sailin
��� .��������� ec    \ ���-.   23;   t ee   ���
elegant steamer.
Icul ��� :o
C.   P.   R.   AGENT.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British   Columbia  CcaEt  Line
(Subject to change witnout   notice.!
!' :. "-- Beatri e eaves v. .. ivei
A ig isi  6th.
Princess May leaves Van iver
August 12th.
Prln ess Beal rice e ives Vi nccuvei
Mi ..  18th.
Princess May leavi /an ivei
A :���- ;-; E2n 1.
Princess Beati   e Ii    ��� j V i
V i- ist 29th.
Princess Victoria.
Li avi     Vancouver daily at 1  p. m.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves Xew Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Wedni   lay and Mondays.
S. S. Jean
Leaves Vancouver dally except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat-
n ...   at -':30 ji. m.
S. S. Queen City
Leav a Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
"th, 19th and 20th of each month foi
Ashousit and waj points; leaves Victoria i:. the 7, ,.:. . 20, for Quati li i and
way points. Leaves "v'i,''ena on 20th
of eai ii month ' ���: Cai e Scotl , i | way
poinl - ir. . idlng Quatslno.
Steamer Transfer
Lei ., i Ni .;��� Westn t r ' ii Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesda , 1 b. laj
and Frldi at 3 p. in. and s I ,. laj
i' -';.'. . rip on Mon
",   a.   II.
... Sti ton Mon la", Tue d ij,
Wedni ,      md Saturday al
7 a. n.; Frldi .  at 6 a. m, addll lonal
"i'i Sal .  laj   "  p, a,.
S.  S. Beaver
Leavi a N< w '.' ��� tm nster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
I.,: ves. Chilliwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chllllwack.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p, m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, oalling at
Skidegate on firs' trip and Bella Cool a
on Second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are  approximate.
For reservations and Information
call or address
Asent, Now Westminster.
B. .1. COTTLE,
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Pout.,
Xew Westminster.
ASK THI A   ' ' 1ENT
Ti i SEND YOU      ���."
1   .ir 1 rains   I    ery 1 *ay in the  A-
,     i .'. EEM
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
A' '   '.      .'  FAME
��� ; iA..
nd besl idi
.    i     NV   'A   ACH.
LUXURY.     It is  lighl
id   gas j I
lly     lluminated tin
rhe   i '   i    ���      5   oi
: -  .   ��� t   cars,     tai
��� ,
...r, rn. i I
���   ...iii A -.   .
1 rarv  ...._
Id ers, i
r information     ill on
RA]    '��� - -
Trains & Steamers
C.  A	
"   ��� ��� ���     7.2a
Li...'.'.. .    ; _
'. ��� -" X- w v, ���  tminsti :���  10.1
Ar- .ve New Westmin :er  19.10 di  ly.
l.v. A. \V. 7.25, Ar. Si ittle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle,  12.30;   Ar. X W, 20.20.
Lv.   X.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   X.   VS.   9.15,   10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
Lv. New Wi sti        er 6. i" a. m
I.v. N. W. 9.20 en,.; ar. Sei ttle 4 j .rn
Lv. n. W. 1.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 ; m
Lv, Si :" e, ;   i ;.. m., ar. X. w. 9.35.
v.,  W.  &   V.���VAX'',; '.', R
Lv. X. W. 3 p, m   and B:5"5 rv m,
Lv. Vanco iver S. 15 a.m., and : i m.
Lv, \. vs. 9:35 a m.; ar. Guichi ���
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p, m.; ar. X. w.
S: 15 j. m. and ,; p. nr.
Mondays only.
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, ]
and 8 a. m., and eva ry half hour thereafter ti:: n j,. io.
Lv.  Vancouver  for  Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
Berth No. 494," will he received at
this Department until noou ou Wed
nesday, the 8th day of August, 1906,
fi r a license to cut timber on Berth
No. 194, com] ��� nf thi v\ i
S. Ten 26, Town bip 5, Range 7.
Wei' of tbe 7th M I II in, i ntaining
au ana of 303 i e or less.
The .survey of this berth Is to be
made within one : ��� ir of c< i eipl of
ti a lers.
���; be  :'   ul itii ns   inder whieh a license  will  be       ii !.    also    printed
..... of tender and envelope, maj be
. ,  ii this Dej artment i i al
offlce nf the Crown Timber  ^gent at
Ni v; V. ���   ��� a      ter, B. C.
Each tender must  I e accompanied
���i accepted chi iue on a cbarten d
a  favi ��� ol   the Deputy of the
;: :   ter   of   the   Interior,   for   the
ami ml of the bi nu   which tl      ppll
' ��� ; .ry tor '.'���
No tender A             e ei
'��� : '
i'   RLEY   G.   KE 'ES,
g    ... ,,
Di e Inti
.  19 'A
Two   fasl
with dining
and   Qrst-class    lei
Atlantic  Expre
Imperial Limited, li
Cheap Excursion to To
and Return.
Sept. 8,9, & 10 Ll5
Good till Nov. 30th.
ED. Gi
C. P. K.
New v.
Assistant   General   Passerr
;, i
From X. W. -Mon. Wed. Frio. * a.m
Prom Chwk. 'i .���., 1 b., Sat., 7 a tu
From X. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 n.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fr)., 7 a.m.
Tran iter���
Fr mi x. w. dally, ex, Sat. and Sun.,
a p. ni.; Saturday 2 p. m,
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m, I Fri. fl a m.)
Add. trip Sa: irdi   , 5 p m,
Rithi t���
From X.W.,  Wal. and  Mon., 7 a.m.
lA'om Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Seattli, via Sun as, 10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside. .Jii.no p.m,
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale,  Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45 a.m.
Van. tt Cent. Park..,10.30a,
Victoria 10.30 a.m.
East Burnaby  l.ir,
Sleveslon, etc.... 1.30 p.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm.
East, via C. P. V.. 10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m.
Timhcrland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.
8.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m
3.30 p.m
rn.   .��� p.m.
10.00 a.m
1.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m,
7.10 p.m.
10.30 a.m
7.10 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
12.00 m.
��3e5i . '���"O'P'vt1
Tenders for .a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
the Timber ami .Mines Branch, Department of the Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Synopsis   or    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Vi       vailahle Doml witl
b Colui
., | ���
the  extei ..;.'-���
Thi red to per
:  ��� nditions connected tin
'. '     in li r one of the i "��� iv. ing A
i   ' ���   leasi  six  months'  n
cull v tion  of  the  land  in
j    r for tl    e yeai -.
i j i  If thi   Father (or i   ither,   [ the
ed) of the hoi
;  - pon  a  Arm  in  the
:   thc  lai I  ��� ��� '��� red  f r  the  req
mei ts as to residi nee may be sal i I
by su h person residing with the  i.i
ther or mother.
it If the s<tt> r has his permam i I
residen ������ upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity <~'\ his home-
-'.' id, the requirements ��� to re idence
may be satisfied by ri idence upon
;' e said land.
Six months' ni tice in writing should
h" given ti. thi   I oner of Do
minion  Lands at Otl  wa ol intention
to apply for patent.
W, W. Cl IRY.
Deputy   Minister   of  the   Interior.
X.  B.- Unauthorize I  publication  of
this advertisement   will   not   be   paid
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
"Tender for Ties, 1906," will be received ut the office of the Commls
sa ners of the Trai . ienta]  lt.i
way at  Ottawa, uni ������  o'clock
noon, of ih" 12tb   lay ol  J ily,  1906
for five hundred and Ihii'tj   ,   ��� thou
bund (535,000)  Railway Ties    In   accordance  with  the     <     , a loi
the Commissioners.
Seale.i Tenders addressed to the
undersigned, marked on the envelope
'Tender for Ties, 1907," will alsi, be
received as above until twelve o'clo li
noon, of the 4th day of Septsmbi r
1906, for one million and ten thousand i i.oiii.iiiio) Rallwaj 'lies, in ac
cordam e wil b tbe .- pi i Ificatlons of
the i Inmmlsi lonei
Tenders must    be    d    le   on    the
foi n     mpplled by the C     ml slone'
n hli li, . - well a   the   spei Iflcatlon .
mav    o obtaine i    m ition   to
Hugh D. Lum    en,   Chli      I nglneer
"  wn, Ont., to  \. E,    Do . et,   UK
Ini  neer,  Q ������   ���   ,  i'. tj, or I >
A,    E.   Hodgins,    District    Engineer
Kenora, Ont,
Full Information In regard to dellv
erlea required Is given a Corm o!
Each tender musi be si) ned an ;
si aled by all the pai ties I the lender
and witnessed.
The successful tenden r will be
required to sign a contrai I in form
satisfactory to the Commissioners,
and to furnish an accepted cheque on
a chartered hank of Canada, payable
to the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway for a sum ei|iia'
to ten per cent, iiu per cent ) of lhe
amount or the lender, as security for
tho duo and faithful performance of
the contract,
Xo tender for less than five Ihou-
sand ties will lie considered.
The right. Is reserved to reject nny
or all tenders.
By Order,
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Dated at Ottawa, June L'Oth, 1101
Grea�� Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Oil! I
1.20   ���    '���..   .
I: 00 pm V'i ...
..     .....
6  p.  m.,  Moi
Ri   ite    t l   13 Pami
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
S| ol   ��� e, St. !'., il,  ,; :
Winnipeg, D     th, i
Louis and     I poinl    I
T ....
rates,   berth   resi ei
!'.  C. GRI1 , '     at
Bank of Coi     erce
Ni w \\.        ���
S. G.  i'ERKES, A. G. P
C ��� ner Si i ond Avenue    -
limit,iu St., Seat! e, \,..   ..
{Northern Pacific
Trains Daily
Travel on the Fan i i
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rati s,
Quick Time. Excelli nt Sei
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtinn call on nr write
C. E. LANG, General Agi nt,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, IS C,
Portland, Ore. V, G.   A
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
\\ ATI E    II' IRSE,   DAW   ��� 'N    ' !
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  ti   n    0    '?'
Sunday)    carrying   passen]
expre s    and    freight
stages nt Carcross and V\
mail taining a through winti
la r information apply to
J.   II.   Rt IGERS, Traffic   M
Vancouver    B.  <
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson 8 Ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The  only  all   rail  route  between a J
points east, west and  south  to
land, Nelson and intermediate pO'n"
connecting at Spokane with the   <
Northern, Northern Pacific and V. n
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with ln��  ,
adian   Pacific   Railway  for   li"'"""  ���
Creek points. -.i.
Connects   at    Meyers    Falls    wm
Mane cWily for Republic,
Buffet   service   on   trams   bet\
Spokane   and   Nelson.
Sunday,   November   i��i
9.20 a.m,
i A25 p.m
9.40 a.m.
Pay Train
., Spokane
,,. Rossland
..-'5 r'"'
4.10 1"'
. 6.45 I '"'
AUGUST 24,   1906.
-. f1 S'PSS*
W. ,,i; ,v  EDMONDS, Bai
llJcltO     , Bl I' la.
New   VVestmluste
0.1��'A ,';,. i.. Edmonds.
- ���       . i - ���
,   i   p. HAMPTON  BOLE, sol
��� .       a.!..'   ourt, Offices
,   ,if Commerce build-
TRIP     f*1!
��� '. opposite  poi'
Westminster.    Money to
On the Famous
A', ollcitors, en.       of
,  Westmini ter, Trapp Blk.,
',������,. ,    :,   on  and   Lorne  stn el
Sou       ' l0ms "1 to 24,44S ,;'':i"
..,  ,,l, Mu-tin, K. C, ..
.;, a    ,;. McQuarrle, H, A
v. i
ifr. Martin wijl   he in tin
"Oriental Limited"
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Aoquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 rear experience. Late) was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & fo., Montreal.
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
,;;.'.. offices every Fri
HoW\V.  REID &  BOWES,  Barrte-
solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lorne
. [te   Court   House,   Ni w
! :      J, II. Howes. P. 0. Boi
GE, M UtTiA, Barrister and
.. r}ui< ton  i-i i   . I
���-. | ;ie stn sl    Sew Wi  I
Tickets on Sale July 29 3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept. 8,10
For  particulars  call   on   cr  address
F C. GRIFFIN, New Westminster, B. C.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
Still Doing Business at the Old Stand.
nNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
_���[���],.      ,    ih    Ii  ���    of    this
the Fli  '  W   ':    d r   In
a-    S   O'l lOI ���
:  Templi       Sojo
irdially invited
Dr.   W.  A.   I    '���'.    '
Shingle and Saw Mill 1Merchant Taihr 1
1   ���
The Schaake Machine Works,  Lt
Columbia  Street.
Full line of English, rseoten ana Irish
tweeds and worsteds always lr. st    h
Spring  stock  now In.    Alake  voui
)   hp.lectlon
New Westminster, B. C.
KING j      OMON  LODGE, NO. 17,   \.
I i
; ���    nth  In
M '; ������ i.i ie,   i    ���  p. ni.   V   ''
en are i
li. W. Gili hi   '   Se
: . .   ��� I i
lay of i '    '!"    al   3
0 ra
... r nm ,       ���������'���'.     ���   '
���   S .:���   Im : cord
tend      W.  E. D
i.   Matthl       Reg
| Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
1 .Man .'    tin   rs of
! Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
i      ~~
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
Fir.st Gas- Meals at  ill Hcurs,
English, Japane.-...' and Chinese  Style?. '
From 1 5c. up.
i.0Y��L   ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   11   0
a  Orange  1    II        I nd
���in r       moi      it & i
g bretl
i attend.    I".  '���
W, M.; J. Hun   hrii     Ri    Sei.
0. 0. F.���AMITY  LODGE,  No. 27���
Phi lar mei I ag    of I
a 0 I I ��� I iws   1, di, Colui
...        Moi evenii
',', Iting bi
ed to attend.   S, J. M
N ', .   W. <'. Coatham, Rec Sec,
A. 0   L    W.���FRASER   LOCGE  No. 3
the first and tl     II
each     n  ml ti.       VI
-. .... .        ,   .   ed to i"."i I
: .. ai. a. ii. r. w. hall, Odd
loi i;. Clai I     'i   streel   C
���   ' m, r i der;   Louis Witl
'���  'i kri an.
Bank of
r ,(..    >��� ited   bj   aci   oi   p ii,; in. nl
id upi.. m.uuu.ooo
IVE   FUND Ji",'." 1,000
���. IP.... Lord Sl ���  thcona an '. Mount
Royal,  G, '-'���'���'��� >.. ���. Hon  Pre    ' ������ I
-    ,;    '.   ;.       no id, fn     lenl
S.   Cloi '���     '   President   find
General Mana er.
���   -. hui .ie ss    ��� ��� ans.
.-���.'������ principal
,    i,;el.i.   In    Lou!  ii,   Lit .    New
, :. and  st, j mu,   Mid.,
.   .   .   ���    ,    ,...:..:.. I       !"s Of Ih6
Royal Bank
of Canada
U-.ital $3,000,000.    Reserve S3.4?7,162
Total   Asssts  5~Sb,4/4.stb.
Branches and correspondents ln
all the principal citi;s ot tne v.&r'.d.
Cere-al  banking  business transacted.
(1  opens an account.   Interest added
h ilf yearly.
C llectl ms made ar lowest rates.
Open    Saturday   nights' from   8   to   9
F.  B.  Lv'.c,  Manager.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
ii.    ,������ meel - .-'   onri      '
In  ..!���������   of eael
���   i      fall, i    luniklii  Sl .   t
: ... ir,   ���       ���
: ���    In   ��� .      month, same
nd  place,    VI dting Bi i
Id . ', .'        I'.   13   SI      ���'
Pre     ii   ;��� .        etary,
Savings Bank Dept. J^ HENLEY
NE  ���    '���'��� ��� STM
.       a   T.     .
Manufacturer of
��� Mi   Ls ih,   Foui h 'i the
h   al   8  o'i   - ...   ii    '   i  small
hall,  Oddfellows'   block.     Via   Ing
en aro coi    , vited to at
tend     i. h. Ru ihton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwi 11, u. s.
A. O. F.���The regular me itli ;s of
'.."lire are held on the S cond
i'a! l ��� i; it Ii Tuesdays of i n h a. ml n
; ' i. in. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
��� g Brethren are cordlaly into attend.   E. C. Firth, C. R.|
P. I'. .Maxwell. Sec.
Junk and Second-hand
Hig lest pri ild for se ion I hand
go id .    ink, rubbers,   brass,
., r, ol 1 shoes and all metals; also
old i     bes, el      write or call.
Fronl  Sl et,  N'ew   We tminster
Op] isite  Brai km in-Ker Wh..: t.
Pl-one 212.
ineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Farnly Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office,  Eighth Street,
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
and Sjo for anthracite. Not more
th.in 320 acre = can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner's certincate is granted
for one or more 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 e.ach eud of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
���' a mining recorder's ofiice, one ad-
ditional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recoiling a claim is $5-
At least $100 must be expended on
THI!   HOYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEMPERANCE meel   every Wedne  lay
o'clock  p.  tn.,  In  Oddfellows'
Columbi 1    bi reet.     Visiting
ren ar rdlallj Invited to at-
'������"l.   .1. s. Bryson, 8. C; J. MoD.
ii.  See.
camp, igi.���Moeta on the Flrsl and
Tuesday of ovorj   month In
K    of   P, Hull.     John    McNlven,
��� I.   J,   Kuia paler,   Kee.   See.
Board of trade.���New Westmln-
11 .iiil oi Trade meets In the
Board Room, City Hull, as follows'
Wednesday of each month
'si irti |y meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, A.".
August and November, at 8 p, m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, New
members may be proposed and
elected at anv monthly or quarterly
meeting,   a. ffl. White. Sec.
o ��� *.���
&t Musi ���K**^��i^v
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia  bt.
'":'   ''"  ilollvered    nromytly to any
"irt of tho city,
^     I Heavy Hauling
Hon 'I'aone HIT
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
In the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL is a specialty, not merely a bye-product
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
LONDON, EngSand,  and MONTREAL, Canada
 311?  I1H
the claim ea:h year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 ha= been expended or paid, the
��� - may, upon having 1 survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Min -'  r   of   the   Interior   I
claims containing iron and m
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2.'. per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of   the  location.
PLACF.R MIXING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukan
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
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends ba '.
to the base of the ti ii - bank, not
exceeding iooo ;' ' Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the R ��� ,f Manit ba
and the X. W. T.. e: ;.':n>: the Yukon Territory���A fn e min ir m
tain only two leases 1 f five miles each
for a term of twentj irs, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the   Interior.
The lessee's righl nfined to the
submerge 1 bed- 1 r bi rs 1 :' the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
fnr first yiar and Sio per mile for each
subsequent year. R ; ilty -ime as
pli   er mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���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
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing notii es. Entry must be ...btained 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 iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, or. A it-
put on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee Sio.    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 j
nn   the   Saskatch :wan   River,   where
the  lessee  can  dredge  to  high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The  leasee  shall  have  a  dredge in j
operation within one season from the j
date of the lease for each five miles |
but  where a  person  or cjmpany 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.     Roy Ity  at  the  rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
lutput after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each nny be
granted to a free miner for a 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
ist day of August in the year of the
(late 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 mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
Xo 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 oi claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same t.'eelc, 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 Sjoo.
A   certificate  that   work   has  been
abandoned,  anad  .".pen   to  occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line, They protect
their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum- All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector 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
$1 an acre, and tlie remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acre;,
will be sold at the rate of $,} an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate j. may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister of the
Dent. Interior.
Humor and Philosophy
The man with ti.       ie  .-   I    lowntrodden
I'. .��� e Is the principal Tea-
While otjj^r res ar,      iming ami
II�� tends  t.i  ia- knitting,  or,  rather,  his
I ... li g
i', it 1        1 a     il   rer's hardly a starter;
The  man  with the I iwn  ir,,-.v,-r���thp;re is
the martyr.
The   hrj'irs of  the morninir for  toil he Is
While others nui'.' fortunate sweetly are
Uni. is���then   he   gloats���they're   as  mad
as   a   hatter
Because   they're  aroused  by  his clickety
But though they berate him and call lt a
si andal
Yet  1 tl      me who must posh at tho
.'. ��� ���   :
The  lawn   whi h  seemed  small when  ho
m id    the selection
Now bi en he mows it a full quarter
se< 1' ���'
And    a'."..        ...   distance In Inches la
rei ,. ..   ,
Et seems to    ��� iw I  a^,.i- and Longer each
sei ��� nd
tlnl ���      r  fourth  time  he's
bei a-.
He   muttei mei hlng   worse
than  "1 'at f ,.:. I It!"
Nor d ter t!     I      ' bll  rhe
1.1- 1
To hear the rei
Who he would 1 1 ;-n at
trai ' Ion
Or pa -     is a mule il I   good
acl    a
I!,. forces a sin:!...  springs a chestnut so
hai  ly
Bv   saying,   "This  exer Ise,   n Iglibot1,  ls
��� l  n ly."
tf 2        have  a heart I     t with lov.j is"
..   i fl  -.- In a
Sav y oul  t r       11 ho  Is
! ���   ' ty formed for prev intlon
Of t . It    hen  ha - a cas 1 for  tti  nti in;
the law of the land 1      '
I     '.  '     .
Ac;., ng tori ure like this is for-
: ���
'..' ,     ...  .".   .-../.sro'.
ii .       ml times a iffer
l'rr. . ��� .      il the;
a.��� ��� , 1 ; Ic rei ,   ' .
rt is not it dr -      '   "v sim
ple  and ham I    nay be
tiled by the te ] erson.
It i- ni rely the a ii : bai ..-
ward.   An instructor ical cul-
iure claii 5 that it ifallible
ren    ; .     ',,,-.. S.   \ ery
slowly, lei iag the .      ��� foot
tou h the i1 ��� ir Brst, and then the
hi . A lev minutes' talking gen-
1 fi 1 complete ire, a ���-
cording to the in :: in 1 ir. tie also
cla ms thai wi S.S:: _ backward for a
little v, Kile evi n day ia the bi t
way I 1 1' ira to v. A. fi rv ai i ea ily
and ���_     ei ally.   �� n pose y m try it.
It.   1.    do   y .'i   a
Hovi B;;c Hum.
D 13*on km ��� lhal ! 3 hum from
under tin ir wings. it is not th 1
stir oi th 1; bi itiful white wings
we hear, i.i- tlie drawing Ln an ,
out. of I iir tubes in thc bee's
quick :' A. . The faster the bee
i!v- the 1 mder the humming is.
Did yo i know that insi -'is fee :
They I . ��� nerves 1 11 over then .
throu; 1; I teir " in ; and out to the
end of every feeler.
How A'voui Your Zyzz?
Seven oul of 1 .1 people have
stronger sight in oi e e; e I lian the
other, In tv0 cast : oul of Bvo one
eye i- oul ol line. N. irl; one-hall
of  the  ;. 1 ��� le   ire r  ' lind   tn
son;.' extent, and .oi A 0 ie pair "I
cyc3 out of ovc-ry ;iii".,:i is right in
all respei :s
Hat of blue and hair .^f br iwn!
Ono foi 1 up and one fi".t downl
In the .   nshim " j ly sklpplngl
\\ atchli ���-.. counl a.v : ��� ���   r tripping I
Like a ...a', am ,ia iclns gay,
Happy i lalden, Bkip ai  iy!
Laugh nt Borrow, homeleu i rover,
ir he in. ,i". j ou, Bkip hlm ovi i"
i'P with this toot, '���]' 'a uh thatl
flappj   hi art  go   pltl  a
Oi." to it up and o      fi ol  Jown,
Hat ,.:' blue and hair of brown;
Ov. r Care and ovi r B irrow
BVXn 'ai.iv and bUId tonanrrowl
One Unsolved.
"Aro you good at riddles?"
"No, the ladles wore always a mystery to me."
Survival of Fittest
Though football had, as you recall,
a orltnp i .' in IU neck,
The Ki.iii.i ,   ', \ in ,, '��� game, btuwball.
Is very  .a   ch on ...K "���
- v
'. ''At,
' ,'!
ri ���.:;. TME DAILY   NEWS
REASONS    WH V We Want Your Tra J,
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
;1. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
4. We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, natch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -    - B. C.
Notice to
the Publ
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
A   Good   Company
Hartford Fire Co.
Has Paid $4,405,000 of San
Francisco Losses.
I ��� in al of Commerce
���'   al B   letin,       A. v.   ���'     ,
of Aug. 11, says :    "Up       Aug.
���   rhe  Hartford  Fire Insurance  C .
has  paid  2,670 San Francisc ���    la
c  .    ing   n ..   ������ ml nf $4,405,000.
i lo ipany'    ���  ' ��� n< nl i , re pn gr.
.;....    ;';.   -���
GENTS   ..
ia St,   Phone 85
An   . a   will   he   made  Ihis
rning in the police court to have
a little girl, Mary Christie, removed
froi    ri.'- custody of her parents, who
are  ni ���  g Iving  I   r proper care and
tti ntli n
The 01 ��� na|   n.  which is  published
��� Vei non si   b: John Power of New
Westminster, who has been travelling
In the inten   I    of thi   p  ���. Inclal ex-
ill      'i    has   ir   Is   said,   bought   a
on   the S. 11,  Land
C e his famil;   i i !'i-n-
llctli :i
'.   ���     .'���   I   addition  to the  II
.... i un !��� ; the Slwasb  Vet,
I . a ii . :i making him-
. '   ' - a several of the ho
tel)', where he has been plead-
In ��� given jusl one drink of
. ��� W . :i Bob finds thai he
< uiu. t pro ire the cheering liquid for
love i: mom .. he becomes vi rj ahu
..���, and offers to flghl tho bartender or anyone else who happens to
be around, Bob thinks thai a greal
Injustice is being done him In keeping his favorite tonic from him,
An habitual drunkard, Billy Springer, was broughl to the police station
yesterday evening by Chief Mcintosh
and 11' toctive Bradshaw, who had
found Billy labouring under a heavy
jag on Columbia street, and decided
thai B nlghl in the hunks of the lockup was jusi aboul what, he needed.
The charge Bheel explains Bllly'a
history for several years hack In
lucid style. Under the heading, "profession or trade," the chief Inscribed
the   WOrdB,  "whiskey   soak,"   while   111<
number of previous arrests were described as being too numerous to mention, Billy will face the police magistrate this morning.
The   Mainland   Guardian,    a   semi-
iper,  which   was  publlshe 1
In tl Is . It; on Aug, 2 I, 1S71, thirty-
five years a?o. records a number of
iti n sting (-vents whi :h have a bear-
ng on Xew Westminster of today. A
num er ol the gi nt li ti n whi se
names in atione I  ire living in this
dt;   aril district at the presenl rime.
��� ' wing event - ..." recorded:
i'n Wednesday last the candidates
-. representatu n ol the district,
. .     -    'ith F. G. Cl . idet, Esq., J. P.,
������   imi  i   ifflcer and H. V. Edmonds,
.:    Mr.   E,   Drown   came   for-
vard    u   nominated Mr. J. C. Hughe?
: s      "i  ana propei     ersoi   to represent   the   lisi ict   in   the  local  legis-
lature.     Mr.   S.  Robertson   ihen  proposed W. J. Armstrong. Wm. Ross pro-
si I A. M Roberts. A sh iw of hands
being    alh I for resulti ! in the favor
Mess s,  Ross  and  Armstrong,  Mr.
Ross    leman led   a   ; oil   in   beha f    .'
M       fcRi  ierts,  v, hi '.    hi   ret in '
c fScei  stated would tak.    laci     n thi
A .,   inst,    The   candidates    brief...
essed the mei   ing and at the con-
���    ired     ::.--.     by   which
:....;. . n    they    reache l
town    a '. ���   r   -  . i evening,
A   farmers'   association   has   heen
rganize i under the name of the New
Westminster District Agricultural and
Horl I si   li ty.    The committee
"   nanagement was as follows: North
Arm,   VA  D.   Ferris;   South  Arm.  V>'.
A   Ladner;  Chilliwack, A.  C. Wells:
Sumas,   D.   M   A livn       Matsqui,   G.
irner;    Mi | le   Hi 3ge,   Agassiz   and
llstrlct,   Capt.   McLean;   Langley,   J.
r     .   Burrard Inlet. H, Burr:  New
Westminster,  Capt     Irving,    William
An objecti n gainst "adding the exhibition In New Westminster was
raised by A. C Wells, who state I
thai A   -a ;' |    .    t i Imost as much
��� :;��� ensi   in Ins   hi    exhibit to Xew
i -���.: Inster as 1 j :��� ould to take II
��� i   the   Kingston   exlil Hon.
His honor, the Lieut, Governor Sir
.!. W. Trutch inspected the Hyacks
Fire company on Wednesday last. He
was r ccon pan-led I ��� his pi Ivate secret! V Musgrave, Esq., and was
receive 1 by Chief Engineer Scott,
it   FMshi      His honor, after in-
- ���   ting  the men  and    'heir   equip-
.',.:������: the
ien     of I be    ;i-   le
rain"..:   Jack   Reardon,  who  was
- en I; scalded al the Fraser Rtver
mills aboul two weeks ago by the
I .rating of a Steam pipe, and who
has been confined in the Royal Columbian hospital ever since, is now
able to be about again, and left, that
Institution :. couple of days ago. hib
hands and arms, which were so
severely injured thai ai first It was
doubtful whether they could be saved, have bealed up wonderfully, bur
���are still very tender, He will be unable to resume his duties for some
time to come.
D, .Manila illi \1< Ik, the man who
v is ai n ted on " ��� Inesday evening
.' the Win i .a ��� ; on a charge of
having stolen i mntltj of Jewi 11 ���
in.:n oni . Ihe ri .-.as, was present) i
to the police magistrate yesterr/iy,
ning, when the case was remand
",| until m.i.e. Mi -' of lhe jewelry
now bi en rei ovi red, bul a valuable watch ami chain are siili missing,    The articles  w6l-6  found  ill  one
of the  looms  ai   the  Windsor  yes-
tenia;, morning. Melk refuses to
talk ni.i il himself, but protests that
lie was boI Implicated In the robbery,
Score   Two   to   Onc   Against   the   Reginas��� Last Quarter is
Cut   Short.
By a -    :������ ol it.   goals I    oni the
Wesl Enders defeated the Reginas in
ternn liate   i     osse  match  las"
Ing al  Queen's park.   The game,
:h   '...-  simply an ��� xhibition, aad
ihampionship  march,    as  ha I
��� i advert sed, ������ - i . <���:iA- contei t-
f. i throughout, but could nol be class-
��� i as   - tisfactorj   to  the  spectators,
.. ti r half wns played in al-
emi    larkm ss,   owing   to   the
ate s     '   made.    The  Reginas   wenl
on  the  field  witb  i nly  ten  men, but
with    bi   .   rival  i I   Roj   Pi arsi a  al
ginning ol  the second quarter,
the play  was a little more even, although the Reginas played nne
short thro ighout the game.
Thai   there   were  not   m< n     goi Is
��� I ������'...- due to the fact ihat the
men shol  ��ide In mosl  i asi  .
��� , use the goal ti nder could not
.   ......     all ci ming   his  way.
��� -��� liar guardian of the Regina -   .    ent,  ..nd  his     i   ���
a     ij    Pi    . Si ii.   who   plaj I d
' :             .     ie since the ac idenl   ���
> mi    timi   . -       Thi    plaj
li .  Into fifteen minute quarters,     it   the      -    . uarter   n as   cut
.. ���   ... a trifling sei ap thai oo m re 1
.������.'��������� a ���-..o of thi ��� ���
.. eree   lid   nol      ve  a   w hi tii
ig was sounded t    stop the gi mi
Ile th    fighi       s in prog
ayers      io as  an indi
ti that the game      - lefl
V   .- .       p'ered thel
' .���  . -: :    i   ' .. '     '
an it   was  on]      a
a gai
One of the Regin
I n g I
:.    is Ken B      ..      e s       lefenci
He  has    In    vi      : . ngi .
��� ian   any   i ian I b
eld,  is   alwa the
a   sure       . -     an I
.   ind can disl
. ...a   il es  I ;ing i
thi ��� ..    In the i pin-
: . ���        pe eni ��� -���     idges   Kei
.    ���     .vi]]   not     ,     ;,;.,   |n    ������,,,.   Jnter.
ediate clas   am    er si ason, but will
ti  nsfi rre I        ibe  si aa      ���   �� i
-ii. ���    luri night'
Inti      t   ���   : . '  .   '
si    ied to   e fa    ibi   ���  hi   reach an I
celling t
Is   his   goal,     \  ��� Int    is
bat when    e gets thi     all, hi
vhat to   lo  v. Ith it, an i  m vi r loses
.   i Ilng  whi thi      a-  shall
.   ..   !���   h forwi . I,    A wi .  ni I
���'.. t  the Regin
������ ;  -���  night.
. ���    dght's gi
.'���:���:��� ",    C.     I'    A" le,   timi
. ���   er,   W.   Turn   ill; pires,     D
for   the   Wesl   End,   an I   P
Oddj for the Reginas.
The teams lined up as fellows:
Reginas:   Goal,    Pearson;      ioinl
Maria, ring:   < over  point.  Robi r boh .
-���-.. nd   defence,   Gordon;   third    d< -
fence .  Fitzgerald;    centre,    Brown;
third   home,   Bourni ;   i econd   home,
:.���'     .. me,  ltampton;  outside I. ime,
Archibald;  inside home, Jamleson.
Wesl   End:   Goal,   .Marshall;   point.
i i.;     cover    ; oint,    Gi Ibraitb:
J (Except Butterick Patterns and Spool Cot J
1      AT   OUR    .  i
��   - .���   ..       "���zzzrzj--    --__   ���
��� ..     .���  ���
In selecting your hardware for your house, be
sure you t;'et a good
lock. To stand the continuous wear and use
given it both the material and workmanship
must bo good. Our line
comprises tlio besl Canadian and American
makes. Call ant! examine our lines	
&. Lusby
������" ���   your 'ray a ���;��� P for man;   i
��� purchase your fall supply ai reductions such as ���
���  ���
��� Summer Goods Reduced in Price by One-third and One-half ���
Trimmed Miliin ry and Ready-to-Wear Hats at la.
The Paragon
Ut ley, first hon       B. tialhr; Ith, -���
nd  hi me;   Johnston,    third    homi :
centre;    H.    lobnston,     third
��� :   Eastman id  bon ��� ;  Sang-
ii   . firsl home; SI   il   outsidi  home;
IcPha Idi'ii.  Ins   ���    bon i .   Spi Ing,
Training   Maple   Leafs.
v Galbraith, who 1   -    een
...   M     e   a al ia-
i rosse team  fo     ami   I
111 si cm e
tory at I      .      ��� ���     layed
.. ��� Ini - la;    I. u :. .      . a    three
...   week   '���.   ���   ���    ��� ���      Ini    City,
���    purpose   of  Instructin
ers in the ait of playing   acn
-mce   he   has   bei o   ... t.i.-    as
Iner,  a   ma i'i ......
���    i   noticed   In   the   work    ol   the
Before the end i : the season,
. expei ts to -... | .. the Leafs thi
est ti am in thi   .-. nioi  li ... n
Family Washer
The I citt'Nt   ��incJ  G~e.?tesl   Washer on  tht* Mark
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.    Vnythii
soap and vi
est laci
.   '   A..1   el
withoul thi test ii
���   emthe n
3.   i';. ���  ���
hin 5 to s i
r. r and  a
harsh, slov
board n
P: n runs i il ��� ������    and   i  ��� .    '
The Paragon v< 11 many tii ��� ��� ��� ���
-.   i -    ��� . I like others']
large Shipment of Them lusl Arrived Direct from Failurv
��� ��� ��� �������������������� ������ ������ ������ ���"���> ��� ���������,��������� ���������;��������� *****...*,.. >...,.,.
In th"        ������      ly,   A poor " ban
" never
uy ti i NOW
Do It Now.
lilt seedy m m i
���   il ���      a careh
I n vacant n       I did
..;��� !'n 'A. j
A  Special  Complex   Etfechantflm  Tun-
llll-S   I  ��   III    II.I    it.
VCe are so accustomed t.i standing
upright as n natural attitude thai few
of us think what a Bpeclal complex
mi. bi uiia i-. required for ibis pur-
; . ���-. A moment's conslil 'ration "'ill
show thai the ordinary oxplauutlop ot
���J," erect position (the center of gravity to be directly above the feet) Is In-
su.'U 'lent,    Wnen  a  man  Is suddenly
shut, whether from the fronl or bi 1 1,
bi drops on bis fm e, fur the truXh K
thai ihere la much more weighl In the
fronl of the spinal column lhan be
bind it.
': be facl Is thai when we are stand
Ing a large number "f powerful muscles (both front and back) arc simultaneously al work, the effects of their
action being to neutralize each other,
".'.,..- tbe legs would fall forward were
,t not that they are kepi vertical on
the feet by the strong tendon (the
"AehlUcs") at tb" back of the heel
At the same time the muscles of tbe
thigh are tightened bo as to prevent uh
taking a sitting position, and the mus-
cl's of lhe bad; are pulled tense so that
lhe trunk does not Stoop forward, 'rhe
bead is prevented from dropping on the
chest by the ligaments In the nape of
the neck,
That tbe upright Is nol its normal
i i Ition is easily shown by the fact
lhal a man nods as Ue Is falliiii; asleep.
for as soon as thi ntrolllng nervous
force Is deadened the bead drops for*
wnrd by Its own weight, only to be
pulled buck Into position again witb
n Jerk when the brain bedomci smd-
ileulv awaro of nn unusual attitude
Now Goods iincl New Prices ��
A I id jusi arrived.     As fine 1   ai  e\  r entered I  ���
Inspectioi      ,-ited     By bu     g hi an   a-, e i    ney and lots
Give      .  ��� rial      ���'��� e ha\ e many thing   a e are going
':.'.    ��� ���      ,-ed      noi ey made.
See our S^.oo Mattresses
716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors,     Rear Ex ten ion, Fronl
RoyeS City Fish Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In
Fresh arid Frozen Fish
Ciame In Season
He deliver to all parts of the City.     Telephone 40.    P.O.Box 72.
Front Street,
A'cjrt Daily News.
New  Westminster, IS ( .
Do If Now
Sea <>r iiisi-i-i r
��� f it be true, as conjectured by tht
latesl explorers, ihat Lake Chad is rap
idly drying up, the process will probn
bly be regarded by the geologists ns
slinply n continuation of one which ban
been going on for ages In northern Africa, The whole of the Sahara was
certainly once either an arm of the
sea or a vast lake, and Lake Chad is
probably only the final remnant of that
inure sheet of water,   The Sahara sea
r.ilist  always  have  been   very  shallow.
a fact which made Its evaporation
easy, and Lake Chad is rerun..a to be
little more than a morass over rhe
greater portion of iis area.
:   the 1    ���    f all gifts to your Pam-
7  Roomed House and
? I ol . 11 Seventh Street, near Baptisl
I Church. LotGOx 132 . . S.1750
|i Very Easy Terms,
Ard Wani lo Build
We Will Assist You.
Found   Blai li (.. ker spanli I dog, Ap-
|    ply  Customs,    n.  m.  Matheson.
F. I HART & Co.
Brltlili ConlrttHta,
Their wealth, their luxurj. tholr cul
tlvatlon of arts " hi ih ������������ <��� have nol yel
bn.I time io seri mslj contemplate, tholr
.; lllssm lon, Huir sir in ���.. class d itlnc-
lions, bul above all lhe great wealth
nnd tbo gronl povprty of their people,
stir our wondering faculties moro lhan
nny other llilims can over do, When
we heboid their v,e.-iiib we are as pool
children brought suddenly luto �� rich
child's nursery nnd losi In nstonlslv
ment al tho number and profusion "i
toys strange to us, When we sac theli
poverty we are Pharisees who ihnuk
God that we are nol ns ihe e others,
P.ut In either case nr.' we be et with n
great iiiiiii/.enient. From "Au nal laud '
er in England,"
: Electric Railway Service:
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver and   way
Stations   will   run   every   ball'-
hour from 5:50 a. m, to 11 p,
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:80
a,  in.    Hair l l.v ears will
run   from  Central    Park    to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line��� Mel-vice rrom
6.30 a. tn. to  11 p,  iii.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Between i^ and ii and fi nnd 7.
30   Minute    Service   du    ���
malnder ot day. i ran rei it f
Leopold flace, ���
Sunday Service half-hourl} be- #
tween 8 a. m, and  10 p. "'��� *
City ,md Sapperton.
llll.   Klf-UM*.
A Mcotiish parish  minister mei  thc
laird's gamekeeper  ove  day  and  said
to bim, "I nay, Davidson, why is it I
never see you  In  church?"
"Well,   sir,"   replied   Davidson,   "1
i dou't want to hurt the attendance."
"Hurt ihe attendance!   What do you
mean?" asked the minister in surprise,
"Well, sir, you see," replied the game-
j keeper, "there are ali.iiii  n d i/.i"i men
I In the parish thai go to church when
I'm  not   there,  and   Ihey  would  w
I poaching if i went 11 church "
ipperton Line���lb Minute ser- ��
vice, excepi bei weell - iin'' }
1!, nnd 6 and 7, during ��'lllll| 2
Sours III" service will '"���' ���
Halt hourly. *
Sunday Service   Hair Hourly 'o�� *
'ween 8 a. m. and H P- "'���   ���
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ud J
Boarding   House   for   Sale    r,   rooms
completely   furnished   and   at   pres.
eni   all  occupied.    Apply  Box  501
for rent���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an office, Apply lo
Chas. O. Major.
W. I\. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellard Block    New Westminster. B. ���


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